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Robert Paige’s height is 6ft 0in (1.83 m)

Robert Paige (December 2, 1911 – December 21, 1987) was an actor and a TV newscaster and political correspondent and Universal Pictures leading man who made 65 films in his lifetime: he was the only actor ever allowed to sing on film with Deanna Durbin (in 1944′s Can’t Help Singing). He was a graduate of West Point and was related to Admiral David Beatty, hero of the World War I Battle of Jutland.

Robert Paige

First Name: Robert
Last Name: Paige
Birth Full Name: John Arthur Page
Other Names: David Carlyle
Born: 2nd December, 1910, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Died: 21st December, 1987, Place of Death
Cause of Death: Aortic aneurysm
Height: 6ft 0in (1.83 m)
Build: Average
Hair Color: Brown – Dark
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Actor, TV newscaster, producer and political correspondent
Filmography: Bye Bye Birdie (1963), The Marriage-Go-Round (1961), It Happened to Jane (1959), Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (1953), Split Second (1953), The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse (1953, TV Show), The Schaefer Century Theatre (1952, TV Show), Chevron Theatre (1952, TV Show), Schlitz Playhouse (1951, TV Show), Gruen Guild Theater (1951, TV Show), The Colgate Comedy Hour (1950, TV Show), The Green Promise (1949), Fireside Theatre (1949, TV Show), Blonde Ice (1948), The Flame (1947), The Red Stallion (1947), Tangier (1946), Shady Lady (1945), Can’t Help Singing (1944), Follow the Boys (1944), Her Primitive Man (1944), Son of Dracula (1943), Crazy House (1943), Keep ‘Em Slugging (1943), Mister Big (1943), Cowboy in Manhattan (1943), Fired Wife (1943), Frontier Badmen (1943), Get Going (1943), Hi’ya, Chum (1943), Hi, Buddy (1943), How’s About It (1943), Pardon My Sarong (1942), Almost Married (1942), Get Hep to Love (1942), What’s Cookin’? (1942), Don’t Get Personal (1942), Jail House Blues (1942), You’re Telling Me (1942), Hellzapoppin’ (1941), The Flame of New Orleans (1941), The Monster and the Girl (1941), Melody Lane (1941), San Antonio Rose (1941), Emergency Squad (1940), Golden Gloves (1940), Women Without Names (1940), Dancing on a Dime (1940), Opened by Mistake (1940), Parole Fixer (1940), First Love (1939), Homicide Bureau (1939), Death of a Champion (1939), Flying G-Men (1939), Highway Patrol (1938), Sergeant Murphy (1938), The Kid Comes Back (1938), The Lady Objects (1938), There’s Always a Woman (1938), When G-Men Step In (1938), Who Killed Gail Preston? (1938), I Stand Accused (1938), Meet the Boy Friend (1937), Melody for Two (1937), Rhythm in the Clouds (1937), Smart Blonde (1937), Talent Scout (1937), The Cherokee Strip (1937), Once a Doctor (1937), Cain and Mabel (1936), Hearts in Bondage (1936), Rose Bowl (1936), Annapolis Farewell (1935), You Can’t Buy Everything (1934), The Green Promise (1949)

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