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  1. George Raft tiene dos estrellas en el Paseo de la Fama de Hollywood, una por su contribución a la industria cinematográfica, en el 6150 de Hollywood Boulevard, y otra por su trabajo en televisión, en el 1500 de Vine Street.

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    George Raft (born George Ranft; September 26, 1901 – November 24, 1980) was an American film actor and dancer identified with portrayals of gangsters in crime melodramas of the 1930s and 1940s. A stylish leading man in dozens of movies, Raft is remembered for his gangster roles in Quick Millions (1931) with Spencer Tracy, Scarface (1932) with ...

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    George Raft, Actor: Some Like It Hot. George Raft was born and grew up in a poor family in Hell's Kitchen, at the time one of the roughest, meanest areas of New York City. He was born George Ranft, and was the son of Eva (Glockner) and Conrad Ranft, a department store deliveryman. His parents were both of German descent. In his youth, he showed a great interest in, and aptitude for, ...

  4. George Raft was born and grew up in a poor family in Hell's Kitchen, at the time one of the roughest, meanest areas of New York City. He was born George Ranft, and was the son of Eva (Glockner) and Conrad Ranft, a department store deliveryman.

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    • September 26, 1901 in New York, New York, USA
  5. George Raft. Actor, Dancer, Hollywood Legend. A celebrated dancer before landing in Hollywood, George Raft became a movie star with his acclaimed portrayal of the coin flipping Guino Rinaldo in Scarface (1932). He continued charming audiences with his charisma and style in a range of roles from dancer to romantic lead to tough guy in the 1930's ...

  6. George Raft was the 1930s film star whose off-screen antics were a little too close to the gangster films he starred in. Although he gained fame for his titillating dance moves, the stain of his past was something that he just couldn’t rub out.

  7. 06/05/2016 · Mrs. George Raft Asks $1,200 Weekly Alimony. New York – AP – March 27, 1934 – George Raft, screen star, was called “cruel and inhuman” by his wife today in a separation suit in which she asked $25,000 counsel fees and $1,200 a week alimony.

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