Don Douglas

  1. Wally Brown, Notorious, 1945.  Before deciding on Wally, Alfred Hitchcock had tested the Scottish Douglas  for Mr Hopkins in the spy thriller – the very matrix for the Bond  films. Douglas  won 113 screen roles in 16 years, including  as many as 18 releases in 1939.   Before 1940, he was billed as Donald. He died at 40 after an  emergency appendectomy, with the last three movies yet  to open. 

 Birth year: 1905Death year: 1945Other name: Casting Calls:  1