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Paul Harris (I) (1917–1985)


Paul Harris was born on September 15, 1917 in Los Angeles County, California, USA as Paul Elwood Harris. He was an actor, known for Truck Turner (1974), Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes (1974) and All Night Long (1962). He died on August 25, 1985 in Los Angeles, California. See full bio »

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Truck Turner Richard Leroy 'Gator' Johnson
(1974)
All Night Long Aurelius Rex
(1962)
(1972)

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 1987 Donny's House (TV Movie)
 1981 Sanford (TV Series)
Corban Hills Man #1
- Freeway (1981) ... Corban Hills Man #1
 1973-1976 Sanford and Son (TV Series)
Daniel Tracy
- The Oddfather (1976) ... Daniel Tracy
- Fred, the Reluctant Fingerman (1973) ... Daniel Tracy (uncredited)
 1975 Let's Do It Again
Jody Tipps (as Paul E. Harris)
 1974 Uptown Saturday Night
Police Officer (uncredited)
 1974 Truck Turner
Richard Leroy 'Gator' Johnson
 1973 The Slams
Jackson Barney (as Paul E. Harris)
 1973 The Mack
Blind Man
 1972 Across 110th Street
Mr. C.
 1970 The Silent Force (TV Series)
Saul
- In by Nine, Out by Five (1970) ... Saul
 1968 For Love of Ivy
Dealer
 1962 All Night Long
Aurelius Rex

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Paul E. Harris
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