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Brian Donlevy

Brian DonlevyAKA Waldo Brian Donlevy

Born: 9-Feb-1901
Birthplace: Portadown, Craigavon District, Northern Ireland
Died: 5-Apr-1972
Location of death: Woodland Hills, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Throat
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered at sea)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Great McGinty

Military service: US Army (Mexico, WWI)

Wife: Yvonne Grey (m. 5-Oct-1928, div. 1936)
Wife: Marjorie Lane (m. 31-Dec-1936, div. 1948)
Daughter: Judy Donlevy
Wife: Lillian Lugosi (widow of Bela Lugosi, m. 25-Feb-1966, until his death)

    University: US Naval Academy, Annapolis (two years)

    Risk Factors: Toupee

    Pit Stop (14-May-1969)
    Arizona Bushwhackers (Mar-1968)
    Five Golden Dragons (4-Aug-1967)
    Hostile Guns (Jul-1967)
    Gammera the Invincible (15-Dec-1966)
    Waco (25-Jun-1966)
    The Fat Spy (11-May-1966)
    How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (14-Jul-1965) · B. D.
    Curse of the Fly (May-1965)
    The Pigeon That Took Rome (20-Jun-1962) · Col. Sherman Harrington
    The Errand Boy (28-Nov-1961) · Mr. T. P.
    Girl in Room 13 (1960)
    Never So Few (7-Dec-1959) · Gen. Sloan
    Juke Box Rhythm (1-Apr-1959)
    Cowboy (19-Feb-1958) · Doc Bender
    Escape from Red Rock (Dec-1957)
    Quatermass 2 (17-Jun-1957)
    A Cry in the Night (17-Aug-1956) · Capt. Ed Bates
    The Quatermass Xperiment (28-Sep-1955) · Prof. Bernard Quatermass
    The Big Combo (13-Feb-1955) · Joe McClure
    Woman They Almost Lynched (20-Mar-1953)
    Ride the Man Down (25-Nov-1952)
    Hoodlum Empire (15-Apr-1952)
    Slaughter Trail (15-Oct-1951)
    Fighting Coast Guard (1-Jun-1951)
    Kansas Raiders (20-Nov-1950)
    Shakedown (1-Sep-1950)
    Impact (20-Mar-1949) · Walter Williams
    The Lucky Stiff (22-Jan-1949)
    Command Decision (23-Dec-1948) · Brig. Gen. Clifton I. Garnet
    A Southern Yankee (5-Aug-1948)
    Killer McCoy (Dec-1947)
    Heaven Only Knows (12-Sep-1947) · Duke Byron
    Kiss of Death (27-Aug-1947) · ADA Louis D'Angelo
    Song of Scheherazade (26-Feb-1947)
    The Beginning or the End (19-Feb-1947) · Maj. Gen. Leslie R. Groves
    Two Years Before the Mast (24-Sep-1946)
    Canyon Passage (17-Jul-1946) · George Camrose
    Our Hearts Were Growing Up (14-Jun-1946)
    The Virginian (17-Apr-1946) · Trampas
    Duffy's Tavern (28-Sep-1945) · Himself
    An American Romance (11-Oct-1944) · Steve Dangos
    The Miracle of Morgan's Creek (5-Jan-1944)
    The City That Stopped Hitler: Heroic Stalingrad (4-Sep-1943) · Narrator [VOICE]
    Hangmen Also Die (23-Mar-1943) · Dr. Franticek Svoboda
    Stand by for Action (31-Dec-1942) · Lt. Cmdr. Martin J. Roberts
    Nightmare (10-Nov-1942)
    The Glass Key (15-Oct-1942) · Paul Madvig
    Wake Island (11-Aug-1942) · Maj. Geoffrey Caton
    The Great Man's Lady (29-Apr-1942) · Steely Edwards
    A Gentleman After Dark (16-Apr-1942)
    The Remarkable Andrew (5-Mar-1942)
    Birth of the Blues (31-Oct-1941)
    Billy the Kid (30-May-1941) · Jim Sherwood
    I Wanted Wings (26-Mar-1941)
    Brigham Young: Frontiersman (20-Sep-1940)
    When the Daltons Rode (23-Aug-1940)
    The Great McGinty (15-Aug-1940) · Dan McGinty
    Destry Rides Again (29-Dec-1939) · Kent
    Allegheny Uprising (10-Nov-1939) · Callendar
    Beau Geste (2-Aug-1939)
    Union Pacific (27-Apr-1939) · Sid Campeau
    Jesse James (13-Jan-1939) · Barshee
    We're Going to Be Rich (3-Jul-1938)
    In Old Chicago (6-Jan-1938) · Gil Warren
    This Is My Affair (27-May-1937) · Batiste Duryea
    Born Reckless (1937) · Bob Kane
    Crack-Up (14-Dec-1936)
    36 Hours to Kill (24-Jul-1936)
    Human Cargo (15-May-1936)
    Strike Me Pink (16-Jan-1936)
    Another Face (18-Nov-1935) · Broken Nose Dawson
    Mary Burns, Fugitive (9-Nov-1935)
    Barbary Coast (13-Oct-1935) · Knuckles Jacoby

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