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Lee Bowman

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Biography

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Lee Bowman made his reputation as a suave, polished leading man opposite glamorous stars like Rita Hayworth and Jean Arthur in the 1940's. The columnist Jack Sher (later a noted writer and director) referred to him in 1944 as 'a very hot commodity' in Hollywood. A graduate from the University of Cincinnati, Bowman had studied acting at the New York Academy of Dramatic Arts, and, with the determination to succeed as a screen actor, went to tinsel town in 1934. Read more...

Actor

Character: El Greco Patron

Swing High, Swing Low 1937

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Character: Berk Sutter

I Met Him in Paris 1937

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Character: Count Georgi

Next Time I Marry 1938

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Character: Philip Booth

Third Finger, Left Hand 1940

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Character: Archduke Oliver

Florian 1940

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Character: Randolph Parker III

Buck Privates 1941

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Character: Walter Caldwell

Design for Scandal 1941

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Character: Ronnie Colton

Washington Melodrama 1941

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Character: Hubert Tyler

We Were Dancing 1942

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Character: Charles 'Charlie' Sands, Tish's Nephew

Tish 1942

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Character: Capt. Henry Lassiter

Bataan 1943

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Character: Noel Wheaton

Cover Girl 1944

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Character: Squadron Leader Paul Lundy

Tonight and Every Night 1945

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Character: Terrence Dowd

There's a Girl in My Heart 1949

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Character: Dr. Richard Moore

The Great Victor Herbert 1939

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Character: Himself - Guest Host

Your Show of Shows 1950

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Character: Ted Langer

The Fugitive 1963

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Character: Charles Grattner

Judd for the Defense 1967

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Character: Guy Elgin

Suspicion 1957

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Character: Bert Lovell

77 Sunset Strip 1958

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