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Van Johnson (August 25, 1916 – December 12, 2008) was an American film and television actor and dancer who was a major star at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios during and after World War II.
Johnson was the embodiment of the "boy next door", playing "the red-haired, freckle-faced soldier, sailor or bomber pilot who used to live down the street" in MGM movies during the war years. At the time of his death in December 2008, he was one of the last surviving matinee idols of Hollywood's "golden age."
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|Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant||Dr. Randall 'Red' Adams||1942|
|Pilot #5||Everett Arnold||1943|
|3 Men in White||Dr. Randall 'Red' Ames||1944|
|Two Girls and a Sailor||John Dyckman Brown III||1944|
|Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo||Ted Lawson||1944|
|Week-End at the Waldorf||Captain James Hollis||1945|
|No Leave, No Love||Michael Hanlon||1946|
|State of the Union||'Spike' McManus||1948|
|Go for Broke!||Lt. Michael Grayson||1951|
|It's a Big Country||Rev. Adam Burch||1951|
|The Caine Mutiny||Lt. Steve Maryk||1954|
|The Last Time I Saw Paris||Charles Wills||1954|
|Miracle in the Rain||Pvt. Arthur 'Art' Hugenon||1956|
|23 Paces To Baker Street||Phillip Hannon||1956|
|Slander||Scott Ethan Martin||1957|
|Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows||Father Chase: The 'In' Group||1968|
|Yours, Mine and Ours||Warrant Officer Darrel Harrison||1968|
|Eagles Over London||Air Marshal George Taylor||1969|
|Black Beauty||Horace Tompkins||1978|
|The Kidnapping Of The President||Vice President Ethan Richards||1980|