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Douglass Montgomery was an actor from the 1930s to the 1940s. Some of his movies include: Waterloo Bridge, The Way to the Stars, Everything is Thunder, Little Women, and the Cat and the Canary. Note that he was born "Robert Douglass Montgomery", and he was signed by MGM in the early 1930s, where they had him change his name to Kent Douglass, because the name "Robert Montgomery" had been taken by the famous actor the year before (which is ironic, because that Robert Montgomery's birth name was "Henry Montgomery"!). In 1935, MGM started losing faith in this actor, and they changed his name to "Douglass Montgomery", and started lending him to other studios. By the start of World War II, his career was in a major decline, and he served in the Canadian infantry for 4 years, in his 30s. He returned to acting after the war, but never got his career going again. Montgomery passed away in 1966 at the age of 58.
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