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A handsome stage actor, mustachioed Clyde Fillmore (born Clyde Fogle) made quite an impression as the rakish Captain Rex Strong, Una Trevelyan's suspected lover in Erich Von Stroheim's now sadly lost The Devil's Passkey (1920). In fact, 1920 was a good year for Fillmore, who also played Griswold, the white slaver in Jack Holt's Crooked Streets and was Mary Miles Minter's love interest in Nurse Marjorie. The actor returned to the legitimate stage at that point, but was back in Hollywood from 1941 to 1946 to play such distinguished-looking supporting characters as senators, mayors, and doctors.

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