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Stephen Dunne (Francis Dunne)

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Biography

Northampton, Massachusetts, USA
A minor "B" leading man of 1940s and early 1950s films who moved easily to 60s TV when film offers dried up, blue-eyed, brown-haired actor Stephen Dunne was born Francis Michael Dunne and raised in his hometown of Northampton, Massachusetts in 1918. His interest in acting occurred following high school and, after a brief job for an electric company, decided to study drama and journalism at the University of Alabama. He also earned experience at the time as a radio deejay at a nearby station. Read more...

Actor

Character: Frederick Manly Gerard

Doll Face 1945

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Character: Prof. Edward 'Ed' Bland

Colonel Effingham's Raid 1946

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Character: Roy Bivins

Mother Wore Tights 1947

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Character: Lt. Tom Mayfield

The WAC from Walla Walla 1952

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Character: Bill Haven

Cha-Cha-Cha Boom! 1956

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Character: Stanley Kael - Second Newscaster

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory 1971

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Character: Maj. Harry Bratton, Co-Pilot B-29 Tests

Above and Beyond 1952

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Character: Wright Steadman

The Bold Ones: The New Doctors 1969

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Character: Hamilton Gregory

Home Before Dark 1958

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Character: Tony Kirkland

Private Secretary 1953

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Character: Jack Wentworth

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1962

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