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Charles Kemper was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Kemper kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "An Angel Comes to Brooklyn" (1945), the crime adaptation "Scarlet Street" (1945) with Edward G Robinson and the Zachary Scott drama "The Southerner" (1945). He also appeared in "Gallant Journey" (1946) with Glenn Ford, the biopic drama "Sister Kenny" (1946) with Rosalind Russell and "That Hagen Girl" (1947). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the George Montgomery western "Belle Starr's Daughter" (1948), "Fighting Father Dunne" (1948) with Pat O'Brien and "Fury at Furnace Creek" (1948). He also appeared in the western "Yellow Sky" (1948) with Gregory Peck, the Shirley Temple Black dramatic comedy "Adventure in Baltimore" (1949) and the Dan Dailey comedy "A Ticket to Tomahawk" (1950). Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in the drama "Intruder in the Dust" (1950) with David Brian, the Bing Crosby adaptation "Mr. Music" (1950) and "Stars in My Crown" (1950). He also appeared in the Randolph Scott western "The Nevadan" (1950), "Wagonmaster" (1950) and "Where Danger Lives" (1950). Kemper was most recently credited in "On Dangerous Ground" (1952) with Ida Lupino. Kemper passed away in May 1950 at the age of 50.

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