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Donald James "Don" Sorenson (born October 18, 1920) is a retired American actor, screenwriter, producer and director, known for his roles as a leading man in a career spanning nearly five decades. His film credits include The Contender (1952), Cheyenne (1954), The Lucky Lady (1955), The Railyard Siege (1958), The Black-Tooth Bandit (1959), Bogart (1965), Julius Caesar (1972), Old Country (1975), ___ as well as several appearances on various television programs. He directed two films in the early 1990's and helped produce several films before retiring permanently from the industry in 1995. He is the last surviving of the four "America's Favorite Gentlemen."

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