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Douglas Spencer (William Henry Mesenkop)

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Biography

Princeton, Illinois, USA
Douglas Spencer was born on February 10, 1910 in Princeton, Illinois, USA as William Henry Mesenkop. He is known for his work on The Thing from Another World (1951), Shane (1953) and The Diary of Anne Frank (1959). He died on October 6, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Read more...

Actor

Character: Prisoner in Irons

Allegheny Uprising 1939

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Character: Policeman in Dance Line

Little Nellie Kelly 1940

11
Character: Niblo's Assistant Director

I'm Still Alive 1940

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Character: Lou Schwartz

Double Indemnity 1944

5
Character: Beetle Man in Drunk Tank

The Lost Weekend 1945

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Character: Bert Finch

The Big Clock 1948

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Character: Dr. Ramsdell

Night Has a Thousand Eyes 1948

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Character: Actor in Theatre Group

Red, Hot and Blue 1949

4
Character: Boswell Co. Fair Racing Official

The Great Dan Patch 1949

3
Character: False physician

Bride of Vengeance 1949

3
Character: Fritz the Organist

Father of the Bride 1950

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Character: Axel 'Swede' Shipstead

Shane 1953

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Character: Father Procurator aka George

Trouble Along the Way 1953

10
Character: Lew Ludlow

She's Back on Broadway 1953

27
Character: The Monitor of Metaluna

This Island Earth 1955

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Character: Charlie - Reporter

Chicago Deadline 1949

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Character: Inspector Bailey

The Glass Wall 1953

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Character: Ike Bashaw

Come Fill the Cup 1951

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Character: Dance Floor Extra, Latham's at the Lake

The Mayor of 44th Street 1942

4
Character: Frome Brother

The Kentuckian 1955

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Character: Skinny Santa Claus

The Lemon Drop Kid 1951

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