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Just a quick comment to add the name of Thurston Hall to the list of bit players whose face is very familiar but whose name may not be.

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Comment by Bill on October 2, 2008 at 10:59am
I just recently watched Warren William in 5 of his Lone Wolf films. I had not previously seen or even been aware of this group of films. Thanks for posting the picture. Bill
Comment by Dave Miller on October 2, 2008 at 10:08am


Thurston Hall was a great face on the screen. Here is Hall with Warren Williams and another, much seen, character actor Fred Kelsey from the Lone Wolf film series.

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