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Douglas Fairbanks Jr.’s height is 6ft 0.5in (1.84 m)

Douglas Elton Fairbanks, Jr., KBE, DSC was an American actor and a highly decorated naval officer of World War II.

Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

Best Known For Movie: Little Caesar
Born: December 9, 1909, United States of America
Filmography: B.L. Stryker (1989), Strong Medicine (1986), Ghost Story (1981), The Love Boat (1979-1981), The Hostage Tower (1980), Kingdom of Gifts (1978), The Art of Film (1976), The Crooked Hearts (1972), The Legend of Robin Hood (1968), Red and Blue (1967), ABC Stage 67 (1966), The Bruce Forsyth Show (1966), Dr. Kildare (1964), The Red Skelton Hour (1964), The United States Steel Hour (1962-1963), The DuPont Show of the Week (1962), Route 66 (1962), Rheingold Theatre (1953-1956), Faccia da mascalzone (1956), Destination Milan (1954), The Last Moment (1954), The Red Dress (1954), Thought to Kill (1954), Three’s Company (1954), The Triangle (1953), The Genie (1953), Sure As Fate (1951), Mister Drake’s Duck (1951), Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (1950), The Great Manhunt (1950), The Fighting O’Flynn (1949), That Lady in Ermine (1948), The Exile (1947), Sinbad, the Sailor (1947), The Corsican Brothers (1941), Angels Over Broadway (1940), Safari (1940), Green Hell (1940), Rulers of the Sea (1939), The Sun Never Sets (1939), Gunga Din (1939), The Young in Heart (1938), Having Wonderful Time (1938), The Rage of Paris (1938), Joy of Living (1938), The Prisoner of Zenda (1937), When Thief Meets Thief (1937), Accused (1936), The Amateur Gentleman (1936), Man of the Moment (1935), Mimi (1935), Success at Any Price (1934), The Rise of Catherine the Great (1934), Captured! (1933), Morning Glory (1933), The Narrow Corner (1933), The Life of Jimmy Dolan (1933), Parachute Jumper (1933), Scarlet Dawn (1932), Love Is a Racket (1932), L’athlète incomplet (1932), It’s Tough to Be Famous (1932), Union Depot (1932), I Like Your Nerve (1931), Chances (1931), The Stolen Jools (1931), L’aviateur (1931), Little Caesar (1931), One Night at Susie’s (1930), Outward Bound (1930), The Way of All Men (1930), The Little Accident (1930), The Dawn Patrol (1930), Loose Ankles (1930), Party Girl (1930), The Show of Shows (1929), The Forward Pass (1929), The Careless Age (1929), Our Modern Maidens (1929), Fast Life (1929), The Jazz Age (1929), A Woman of Affairs (1928), The Barker (1928), The Power of the Press (1928), The Toilers (1928), Modern Mothers (1928), Dead Man’s Curve (1928), A Texas Steer (1927), Is Zat So? (1927), Women Love Diamonds (1927), Man Bait (1927), Broken Hearts of Hollywood (1926), Padlocked (1926), The American Venus (1926), Stella Dallas (1925), Wild Horse Mesa (1925), The Air Mail (1925), Stephen Steps Out (1923), The Three Musketeers (1921), American Aristocracy (1916), Chase a Crooked Shadow (1958), Rheingold Theatre (), The Silken Affair (1956), Police Dog (1955), The Last Moment (1954), The Red Dress (1954), Thought to Kill (1954), Three’s Company (1954), The Genie (1953), Terry and the Pirates (1953), Mister Drake’s Duck (1951), The Fighting O’Flynn (1949), The Exile (1947), Angels Over Broadway (1940), When Thief Meets Thief (1937), Accused (1936), The Amateur Gentleman (1936), The Fighting O’Flynn (1949), That Lady in Ermine (1948), Joy of Living (1938), Man of the Moment (1935), The Dawn Patrol (1930), The Fighting O’Flynn (1949), The Exile (1947), Scarlet Dawn (1932), Night and the City (1950), Another Man’s Poison (1951), Mary Pickford: A Life on Film (1997), Hollywood (1980), Brother Can You Spare a Dime (1975), Mary Pickford: A Life on Film (1997), The American Experience (1996), The Complete Churchill (1992), Stars and Stripes: Hollywood and World War II (1991), Warner Bros. Celebration of Tradition, June 2, 1990 (1990), American Masters (1990), Night of 100 Stars III (1990), Jameson Tonight (1990), Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond (1990), This Is Your Life (1989), The Dame Edna Experience (1989), Going Hollywood: The War Years (1988), Cary Grant: A Celebration of a Leading Man (1988), Hollywood Uncensored (1987), George Stevens: A Filmmaker’s Journey (1984), Great Performances (1983), The Pirates of Penzance (1982), Night of 100 Stars (1982), Tomorrow Coast to Coast (1981), Starring Katharine Hepburn (1981), Hour Magazine (1981), Bob Hope’s 30th Anniversary Special (1981), From Raquel with Love (1980), Parkinson (1980), Great Railway Journeys of the World (1980), The British Greats (1980), The 52nd Annual Academy Awards (1980), Hollywood (1980), Circus of the Stars #4 (1979), Hollywood Greats (1979), All-Star Salute to Pearl Bailey (1979), The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (1978), Hollywood’s Diamond Jubilee (1978), Dinah! (1976), The Elstree Story (1976), The Hollywood Squares (1968-1975), Celebrity Squares (1975), Stars on Sunday (1974-1975), Target Tirpitz (1973), The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (1973), The Pearl Bailey Show (1971), The Brian Connell Interview (1970), The Dick Cavett Show (1970), NBC Experiment in Television (1970), The Ed Sullivan Show (1951-1969), The David Frost Show (1969), Allen Ludden’s Gallery (1969), Della (1969), Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In (1968), The Jonathan Winters Show (1968), The Hollywood Palace (1968), The Pat Boone Show (1968), You Don’t Say (1968), The Funniest Man in the World (1967), Shindig! (1965), Today (1965), The Eamonn Andrews Show (1965), Cinépanorama (1965), The Mike Douglas Show (1965), Get the Message (1964), Password All-Stars (1961-1964), The Match Game (1963-1964), I’ve Got a Secret (1958-1962), The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (1959-1960), The Big Party (1959), Chelsea at Nine (1958), Chase a Crooked Shadow (1958), Rheingold Theatre (1953-1957), The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (1957), The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (1956), What’s My Line? (1951-1956), The Bob Hope Show (1956), The Martha Raye Show (1955), The Kate Smith Evening Hour (1951), The Frank Sinatra Show (1951), The Faye Emerson Show (1950), Your Show of Shows (1950), Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 9: Sports in Hollywood (1940), Cavalcade of the Academy Awards (1940), Hollywood Goes to Town (1938), Hollywood on Parade No. A-3 (1932), How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 10: ‘Trouble Shots’ (1931), Screen Snapshots Series 10, No. 6 (1931), Screen Snapshots Series 10, No. 1 (1930), An Intimate Dinner in Celebration of Warner Bros. Silver Jubilee (1930), Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 13 (1930), Screen Snapshots Series 9, No. 11 (1930), Hollywood Snapshots #11 (1929), Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 11 (1924), Reel Herstory: The Real Story of Reel Women (2014), 1939: Hollywood’s Greatest Year (2009), Zeitenblicke – Jetzt ist Hallstatt Zeit (2008), Mary Pickford: The Muse of the Movies (2008), Gable and Crawford (2008), Little Caesar: End of Rico, Beginning of the Antihero (2005), On Location with ‘Gunga Din’ (2004), Checking Out: Grand Hotel (2004), American Masters (2001-2004), Bob Hope at 100 (2003), Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star (2002), The 73rd Annual Academy Awards (2001), Sir John Mills’ Moving Memories (2000), The Third Reich, in Color (1998), Laugh-In Past Christmas Present (1993), Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage (1983), America at the Movies (1976), Hollywood and the Stars (1964), Hollywood: The Great Stars (1963), Hollywood Without Make-Up (1963), Hollywood Mothers and Fathers (1955), Screen Snapshots: Spike Jones in Hollywood (1953), The Costume Designer (1950), Screen Snapshots Series 25, No. 10: Famous Fathers and Sons (1946), Personality Parade (1938).
Other Names: Mr. Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Young Fairbanks, Douglas Fairbanks Jnr.
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Actor
Died: May 7, 2000, New York City, New York, United States
Spouse: Vera Shelton (m. 1991–2000), Mary Lee Eppling (m. 1939–1988), Joan Crawford (m. 1929–1933)
Parents: Anna Beth Sully, Douglas Fairbanks
Height: 6ft 0.5in (1.84 m)
First Name: Douglas
Last Name: Fairbanks
Birth Full Name: Douglas Elton Ulman Fairbanks
Birthplace: New York City, New York, USA
Death Location: New York City, New York, USA
Cause of Death: Heart Attack
Build: Athletic
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Father: Douglas Fairbanks

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