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John Dall (John Dall Thompson)

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
John Dall was born John Dall Thompson (some sources state John Jenner Thompson) on May 26, 1918. He made his Broadway debut in Norman Krasna's comedy "Dear Ruth," directed by Moss Hart, in 1944. The show was a hit, running for over a year and a half and 680 performances.

He next appeared on Broadway in Jean-Paul Sartre's "Red Gloves" in 1948. The show ran for 113 performances. Dall's penultimate stint on Broadway, in the 1950 revival of "The Heiress", was a flop, closing after 16 performances. Read more...

Actor

Character: Donald Read

Something in the Wind 1947

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Character: His friend - Brandon

Rope 1948

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Character: Marcus Publius Glabrus

Spartacus 1960

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Character: John Bagtry

Another Part of the Forest 1948

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Character: Jim

Suspense 1949

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