Tom KeeneTom Keene (December 30, 1896 August 4, 1963; Rochester, NY). He is best known for his roles in so-called B Westerns, such as "The Godless Girl" (1929, directed by Cecil B. Demille) and "Our Daily Bread" (1934, by King Vidor). His last big role was as Col. Tom Edwards in Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959, Ed Wood).
He was born George Duryea, and was known by this name and as James Duryea in various films before having his name changed in the early 30s. He also used the name Richard Powers later in his career.
Keene is buried in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California.
Tom Keene - filmography
Tom Keene facts
5 most recent filmsBlood On The Moon - 3.0 stars
5 highest-rated filmsBlood On The Moon - 3.0 stars
5 lowest-rated filmsBlood On The Moon - 3.0 stars
Most frequent co-starsCharles McGraw - 1 times - show films
Zon Murray - 1 times - show films
Walter Brennan - 1 times - show films
Clifton Young - 1 times - show films
Karen Morley - 1 times - show films
Most frequent directorsKing Vidor - 1 times - show films
Robert Wise - 1 times - show films