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Otto Kruger

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Otto Kruger (1885–1974) was an American actor who began his career in 1915. His career was most prolific during the 1930s and 1940s.

Birth Place: Toledo, Ohio, USA on 1885-09-06
Known For: Acting

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Escape in the Fog
A military nurse recovering at an inn from a nervous breakdown keeps having dreams where she sees two men trying to murder a third. When she meets a man who is a federal agent at the inn, she is astounded to discover that he is the man in her dream who is the intended murder victim.
Release Date: 1945-04-05
Role: Paul Devon


The Women in His Life
An immensely successful criminal lawyer is blindsided when he learns that his new case involves his ex-wife, who left him.
Release Date: 1933-12-08
Role: Kent ‘Barry’ Barringer


Counsel for Crime
Otto Kruger once again plays a dynamic, bombastic attorney in Columbia’s Counsel for Crime. Kruger plays William Mellon, a shifty shyster whose underhanded methods loses him the love of his sweetheart Anne (Nana Bryant), who subsequently marries a powerful senator (Thurston Hall). What Mellon doesn’t know is that Anne has borne him a son, whom the senator has adopted. Reaching adulthood, Paul (Douglass Montgomery) opts for a legal career himself, taking a clerical job with his own father’s firm. In typical “B”-picture, Mellon is charged with murdering one of his more odious clients — and Paul is appointed prosecuting attorney in the case.
Release Date: 1937-10-14
Role: William Mellon


Scandal Sheet
The crimes of a tabloid publisher (Otto Kruger) are exposed by a reporter (Edward Norris), his secret illegitimate son.
Release Date: 1939-10-16
Role: Jim Stevenson


The Big Boss
Why did the Governor want to resign?
Release Date: 1941-04-28
Role: Jim Maloney

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