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Dick Powell
[Dick Powell]
November 14, 1904 - January 2, 1963
Richard Ewing Powell was a 1930s singing star for Warner Bros. who went on to become a popular leading actor in the 1940s and later a television producer and director. He also starred in two popular 1940s radio series "Richard Diamond, Private Detective" and "Rogue's Gallery."
Powell was one of the founders of Four Star Television, hosting "Four Star Playhouse" (1952-56), "Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre" (1956-62), and "The Dick Powell Show" (1961-63)
Member : Ascot Lodge No. 538, Los Angeles

Source : Denslow, 10,000 Famous Freemasons. p. 362 vol iii.

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