Don Rowan was an actor.
Don Rowan was born on January 22nd. His zodiac sign was Aquarius.
He died on Wednesday, February 16th, 1966 at the age of sixty-one (61) in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, United States.
As an actor, Don Rowan played in movies such as Murder with Pictures, released in 1936 in which he plays Siki, Whipsaw (1935) in which he plays Curley, a Henchman, Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (1940) playing Captain Torch, Sea Racketeers (1937) as Henchman Lew, Affairs of Cappy Ricks (1937) portraying Riley, and Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase (1939) playing Phillips the Chauffeur.
Directed by: L. Bacon, starring A. Sheridan, J. Oakie, M. Raye, J. Haley...
Riders of Death Valley
Directed by: F. Beebe, R. Taylor, starring D. Foran, L. Carrillo, B. Jones, C. Bickford...
When the Daltons Rode
Directed by: G. Marshall, starring R. Scott, K. Francis, B. Donlevy, G. Bancroft...
Directed by: L. Bacon, starring E. G. Robinson, A. Sothern, H. Bogart, D. Crisp...
Directed by: H. Hathaway, starring T. Power, D. Lamour, E. Arnold, L. Nolan...
Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe
Directed by: F. Beebe, R. Taylor, starring C. Hughes, C. Middleton, A. Gwynne, F. Shannon...
The Green Hornet
Directed by: F. Beebe, R. Taylor, starring G. Jones, W. Boteler, A. Nagel, K. Luke...
The Roaring Twenties
Directed by: R. Walsh, starring J. Cagney, P. Lane, H. Bogart, G. George...
Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase
Directed by: W. Clemens, starring B. Granville, F. Thomas, J. Litel, F. Orth...
Directed by: H. MacFadden, starring W. Heyburn, J. Madden, W. Hymer, J. Carrol Naish...
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