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Gene Lockhart
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Actor
    (July 18, 1891-March 31, 1957)
    Born in London, Ontario, Canada
    Father of June Lockhart
    Grandfather of Anne Lockhart
    Film credits include ‘Algiers (Oscar nominee),’ ‘A Christmas Carol (1938),’ ‘His Girl Friday,’ ‘Billy the Kid (1941),’ ‘They Died with Their Boots On,’ ‘Hangmen Also Die,’ ‘Miracle on 34th Street (1947),’ ‘Joan of Arc (1948 Oscar nominee),’ ‘Madame Bovary,’ and ‘Carousel’
    Stage credits include ‘Ah, Wilderness’ and ‘Death of a Salesman’
    Died of coronary thrombosis (clot inside a blood vessel of the heart) in Santa Monica
    1960 Hollywood Walk of Fame honoree
    His Wikipedia article lists him as: actor, singer, playwright… and Railroad Conductor.
    Believe it or not, he played for… the Toronto Argonauts! (Yes, football!)
    He did not live to see his two Walk of Fame stars (film and television).
    He was an accomplished choirboy, songwriter, contributing writer, and playwright — much of which he came by honestly.
    In his teens, he appeared onstage alongside Beatrice Lillie.
    Because he was described as an amiable gentle being, he had little trouble playing community pillars, dirty cowardly villains, or pretty much anything in between.
    He was a Canadian who married a Briton who gave birth to an American.
    Over a two-decade stretch on the big screen, he played in some 300 features.

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