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Cameron Mitchell (4 de noviembre, 1918 – 6 de julio, 1994) fue un actor estadounidense de películas, televisión y teatro en Broadway. Biografía Nacido en Dallastown (Pensilvania), fue hijo de Charles y Kathryn Mitzell. Su carrera comenzó con roles menores en películas del año 1945 aunque...

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