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  • Arnold Kent - Wikipedia

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    Arnold Kent (1899–1928) was an Italian-born American actor. He was born in Florence as Lido Manetti and acted under that name in Italy, appearing in films such as Goodbye Youth (1918) and Quo Vadis (1924).

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    Arnold Kent, Actor: Il processo Clémenceau. Italian actor who was brought to America as a young leading man, but died before living up to his promise. Born Lido Manetti, he studied civil engineering in his native Italy, but entered the theatre and then films subsequent to his schooling. After a number of Italian films, he was noticed by a Universal studio talent scout and brought to ...

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    By putting America first, Arnold Kamler has put his company first. Kent International's decision to bring some production to the United States is helping them grow their business.

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    Arnold Kent (1899–1928) was an Italian-born American actor. He was born in Florence as Lido Manetti and acted under that name in Italy, appearing in films such as Goodbye Youth (1918) and Quo Vadis (1924). He moved then to Hollywood where he played supporting roles in films such as Hula (1927) with Clara Bow and Clive Brook . He died in Los Angeles the following year after a car accident shortly before he was due to make a film with Mary Pickford . Selected filmography The Clemenceau ...

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    Arnold Kent, Actor: Mexican Spitfire's Elephant. Arnold Kent is an actor, known for Mexican Spitfire's Elephant (1942).

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  • Arnold Kent | Wiki & Bio | Everipedia

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    Arnold Kent's wiki: Arnold Kent (1899–1928) was an Italian-born American actor. He was born in Florence as Lido Manetti and acted under that name in Italy, appearing in films such as Goodbye Youth (1918) and Quo Vadis (1924). He moved then to Hollywood where he played suppor

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    "Soon after the trial started, Kent Arnold began complaining about how slow things were going. At one point, I remember him saying something to the effect that at least nine of us are ready to vote right now and asked why don't the prosecutors just play the confession and get this over with....

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