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Stage actor Russell Hardie came to films in the early 1930s as an all-purpose "juvenile." Hardie's larger roles included the arrogant stage-star son of veteran vaudevillians Frank Morgan and Alice Brady in Broadway to Hollywood (1933) and Gustave in Camille (1936). In 1937, he returned to the stage, appearing exclusively in theatrical productions until 1951. Russell Hardie re-emerged on screen in the 1960s as a New York-based character actor, essaying featured roles in such films as Fail Safe (1964) and The Group (1966).

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