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John Calvert (I) (1911–2013)

John Calvert was born on August 5, 1911 in New Trenton, Indiana, USA as Elbern Madren Calvert. He was an actor and writer, known for Dark Venture (1956), Gold Fever (1952) and Search for Danger (1949). He was married to Tammy and Ann Cornell. He died on September 27, 2013 in Lancaster, California, USA. See full bio »

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Dark Venture John Kenyon
Gold Fever John Bonar
Search for Danger Michael 'The Falcon' Waring


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 1956 Dark Venture
John Kenyon
 1952 Gold Fever
John Bonar
 1949 Search for Danger
Michael 'The Falcon' Waring
 1948 Appointment with Murder
Michael Waring aka The Falcon
 1948 Devil's Cargo
Michael 'The Falcon' Watling
 1945 Lawless Empire
Blaze Howard (uncredited)
 1945 Ten Cents a Dance
Breezy Walker
 1945 Youth on Trial
Jud Lowry
 1944 The Mark of the Whistler
Eddie Donnelly
 1944 Are These Our Parents?
The Great Gaspar - Magician
 1944 Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
Thief (uncredited)
 1943 Bombardier
Calvert the Magician (uncredited)
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Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (2 credits)
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Show Show Self (5 credits)
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John Trevlac

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His childhood passion for magic and illusion grew into a career, and he made more than 20,000 appearances on stage. During World War II his magic show ran for five months in Hollywood. Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, Danny Kaye and Edgar Bergen with Charlie McCarthy were among the big celebrities who helped out in his act. He still tours with his act, assisted by his wife, at the age of 90. See more »

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