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Douglas Evans (January 26, 1904 – March 25, 1968) was born in Madison, Virginia, was an actor, known for At War with the Army (1950), King of the Rocket Men (1949), and I Saw What You Did (1965). He died on March 25, 1968 in Hollywood, California, USA.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Douglas Evans (January 26, 1904 – March 25, 1968) was born in Madison, Virginia, was an actor, known for At War with the Army (1950), King of the Rocket Men (1949), and I Saw What You Did (1965). He died on March 25, 1968 in Hollywood, California, USA.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 35

Birthday 1904-01-26

Day of Death 1968-03-25

Place of Birth Madison, Virginia, USA

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Also Known As

  • Doug Evans

Acting TV ShowsMovies

1965 I Saw What You Did as Tom Ward
1964 The Addams Family (1 episode)
1964 Bewitched (1 episode)
1957 Beginning of the End as Editor Norman Taggart
1953 The Eddie Cantor Story as Leo Raymond
1953 The Big Heat as Councilman Gillen (uncredited)
1952 South Pacific Trail as Rodney Brewster
1952 Just for You as Raymond
1951 The Well as Lobel
1951 Lost Planet Airmen as Civil Defense Chairman
1951 I Love Lucy (1 episode) as Doug
1950 North of the Great Divide as Mountie Sergeant
1950 Rustlers on Horseback as Lawyer Ken Jordan
1950 The Underworld Story as Newscaster (uncredited)
1950 Champagne for Caesar as Radio Announcer
1950 The Invisible Monster as "James Hunter"
1950 At War with the Army as Col. Davis
1949 The Golden Stallion as Jeff Middleton, Owner of Oro City Hotel
1949 Trails End as Lawyer Mel Porter
1949 Hideout as Radio Announcer
1948 Cowboy Cavalier as Lance Regan
1948 Crossed Trails as Jim Hudson
1948 The Main Street Kid as Mark Howell
1947 Gun Talk as Rod Jackson
1947 Flashing Guns as Longdon
1947 The Crimson Key as Dr. Kenneth G. Swann
1947 Dangerous Venture as Dr. Grimes Atwood
1941 Dick Tracy vs. Crime Inc. as Police Broadcaster
1941 Sailors on Leave as Radio Announcer (uncredited)
1941 Man Made Monster as Police Radio Announcer
1940 King of the Royal Mounted as Sergeant - Wireless Operator
1940 Three Faces West as 'We the People' Radio MC
1940 The Green Hornet as Martin Mortinson (uncredited)
1939 Sued For Libel as Douglas Evans, Radio Announcer (uncredited)
1939 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington as Francis Scott Key

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