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Tommy Rall (Thomas Rall)

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Biography

Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Tommy Rall, dynamic actor/dancer of many 1950s musicals, was born in 1929 and began his dancing career at age 14 with American Ballet Theater. He appeared on Broadway in "Miss Liberty" (1949) and "Milk and Honey" (1960), as well as in several less successful shows. After a series of great dancing roles on screen (Kiss Me Kate (1953), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), My Sister Eileen (1955)), he performed in a variety of character roles, and then returned to American Ballet Theater. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Bill Calhoun 'Lucentio'

Kiss Me Kate 1953

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Character: Frank Pontipee

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers 1954

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Character: Alf Connors

The Second Greatest Sex 1955

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Character: The Sharpie in 'Ring Around the Rosy'

Invitation to the Dance 1956

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Character: Prince in 'Swan Lake' Parody

Funny Girl 1968

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Character: Not Kane

Fame 1982

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Character: Himself

Startime 1959

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Character: Himself - Dancer

The Bell Telephone Hour 1959

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Character: Giacomo Gallini

Merry Andrew 1958

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