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Curtis in IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA.
About Donald Curtis (1915 – 1997)
Donald Curtis was born on February 27, 1915 in Cheney, Washington.
On May 22, 1997 Donald Curtis passed away in Desert Hot Springs, California.
Sometimes Donald Curtis was credited as Don Curtis.
In 1940 Donald Curtis made his movie debut, in EMERGENCY SQUAD in an uncredited role as an Ambulance Intern. Curtis's last film was also uncredited – in WARNING SHOT, playing Dr. James B. Ruston.
Donald Curtis played henchmen in four of his films: JUNIOR G-MEN, TAKE ME BACK TO OKLAHOMA, THE SON OF DAVY CROCKETT, and CODE OF THE OUTLAW.
In the 50s Donald Curtis played Adam Conway, in DETECTIVE'S WIFE.
With over 30 TV guest appearances Donald Curtis was on shows like THE FORD TELEVISION THEATRE, SCIENCE FICTION THEATER, ANNIE OAKLEY, THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES and PETTICOAT JUNCTION.
Donald Curtis played two different roles in two different Lassie movies. In 1945 he played Sergeant Eddie Brown in the SON OF LASSIE and in 1946 he played Charlie in COURAGE OF LASSIE.
Donald Curtis's notable credits include...
WARNING SHOT (1967)
NIGHT PASSAGE (1957)
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (1956)
IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA (1955)
TWO FLAGS WEST (1950)
A LETTER FOR EVIE (1946)
SEE HERE, PRIVATE HARGROVE (1944)
JOAN OF OZARK (1942)
THE SON OF DAVY CROCKETT (1941)