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Francis Pierlot was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In his early acting career, Pierlot appeared in such films as the Mickey Rooney musical comedy "Strike Up the Band" (1940), "Cracked Nuts" (1941) and the Jack Oakie sports comedy "Rise and Shine" (1941). He also appeared in the comedy "International Lady" (1941) with George Brent, the Robert Young adaptation "The Trial of Mary Dugan" (1941) and "Just Off Broadway" (1942) with Lloyd Nolan. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "The Doughgirls" (1944), the action film "Uncertain Glory" (1944) with Errol Flynn and the adaptation "The Adventures of Mark Twain" (1944) with Fredric March. He also appeared in the Dennis Morgan romance "The Very Thought of You" (1944). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "Two Guys From Milwaukee" (1946), "Cigarette Girl" (1947) and "The Late George Apley" (1947). He also appeared in the Wallace Beery musical comedy "A Date With Judy" (1948) and the comedy "That Wonderful Urge" (1949) with Tyrone Power. Pierlot last acted in the Stewart Granger adaptation "The Prisoner of Zenda" (1952). Pierlot passed away in May 1955 at the age of 80.
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