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Harry Carey Jr., a character actor best known for Western roles in films directed by John Ford, died Thursday. He was 91. The actor died of natural causes at a hospice facility in Santa Barbara, his daughter Melinda Carey told the Associated Press. In a more than 50-year career, Carey made over 90 films and was a member of the John Ford Stock Company, making several films with the legendary director. Many of those starred John Wayne and included "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon," "The Searchers,"  "3 Godfathers " and "Rio Grande." His »


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