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Dick Powell

Made his first notable film appearance in the musical Blessed Event (1932) and was subsequently made a contract player by Warner Bros. Played clean-cut leads in many early Hollywood musicals, including 42nd Street (1933), costarring Ruby Keeler; they would reunite for several other successful films. Also had a knack for hard-boiled dramatic roles, such as Philip Marlowe in Murder, My Sweet (1944). Founded Four Star Television, which produced the series Four Star Playhouse in the 1950s;… Show more

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