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Biography

Freeport, Pennsylvania, USA
Born in Freeport, Pennsylvania, Don Taylor studied law, then speech and drama at Penn State University, where as a freshman he began taking part in college stage productions. Hitchhiking to Hollywood in 1942, the youthful Taylor screen-tested at Warner Brothers but was rejected because of his draft status. MGM, not as fussy, signed him to a contract and immediately put him to work, assigning him the minuscule role of a soldier in director Clarence Brown's sentimental slice of Americana, The Human Comedy (1943). Read more...

Actor

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Character: Soldier at Railroad Station

The Human Comedy 1943

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Character: Danny 'Pinkie' Scariano

Winged Victory 1944

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Character: Buddy Hollis

Song of the Thin Man 1947

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Character: Jimmy Halloran

The Naked City 1948

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Character: Standiferd

Battleground 1949

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Character: Lt. James Dunbar

Stalag 17 1953

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Character: Dr. Peter Masters

Love Slaves of the Amazons 1957

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Character: Angela's Doctor

Falcon Crest 1981

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Character: Dr. Robert Palfrey

The Blue Veil 1951

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Character: Mac Rawlings

The Ford Television Theatre 1952

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Character: Roger Gifford

Alcoa Theatre 1957

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Character: George Hogarth

Burke's Law 1963

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Character: Chip Damion

Checkmate 1960

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Directing

Writing

Character: Roger Gifford

Alcoa Theatre 1957

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Character: George Hogarth

Burke's Law 1963

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Character: Chip Damion

Checkmate 1960

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