Don Castle

American actor Don Castle

Don Castle American film actor of the 1930s and 1940s. Castle started his acting career as a stage actor, then moved to films. The actor, who resembled Clark Gable, became close friends with The Guilty co-star Bonita Granville and her husband Jack Wrather who was a successful businessman and film producer. The relationship eventually led the actor to become a television producer for Wrather's Lassie television program.
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26 May 1966

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Candidates and Issues for November's General Election - Ada Herald
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Liberty Township Trustee - Don Castle, Richard Cole, and Tim Rodabaugh. Liberty Township Fiscal Officer - Angela Hall and Kathy Sybert. Ada Exempted Village School Board - Michael Elliott, Ronald Fleming, Jennifer Hiester, and Terry Price
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The trial court revoked a suspended sentence imposed on Gary Don Castle, Jr. after finding he violated the condition of good behavior. Castle appeals, claiming the court erred as a matter of law. We disagree and affirm. In 2006, Castle pled guilty to
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Powerful storm knocks out power in Sherwood - KATV
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"The wind was brief but it was probably the most powerful wind I've seen come through here before," said Don Castle. According to residents, the sixty to seventy mile per hour winds seemingly came out of nowhere. "I was grateful for the rain but it
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Donald Castle - Sioux City Journal
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He eventually was dubbed Don Castle, the Man with the Golden Voice. He sang for several years with local artists including Big Bun (Don Beck), the Derby Brothers (Lowell, Allen and Darrell), Donny Blasso and Austin Coates. It was during these years
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Castle honored for 60 years of service - Steuben Courier
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When Don Castle joined the department 60 years ago it had two fire trucks. One for rural firefighting and the other for urban fire fighting. He remembers when the department acquired a 1949 Cadillac ambulance. The vehicle could go 70 mph in second gear
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Don Castle
  • 1966
    Age 48
    After a traffic accident in 1966, Don Castle died of a medication overdose, aged 48.
  • 1917
    Born in 1917.
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