Raymond McKee

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Raymond McKee
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Raymond McKee
Motion Picture Magazine (November, 1915)
Born Eldon Raymond McKee
(1892-12-07)December 7, 1892
Keokuk, Iowa, USA
Died October 3, 1984(1984-10-03) (aged 91)
Long Beach, California, USA
Occupation Actor
Years active 1912-1935
Spouse(s) Marguerite Courtot
(1923–1984;his death)

Raymond McKee born Eldon Raymond McKee (December 7, 1892 – October 3, 1984) was an American actor. He appeared in 173 films between 1912 and 1935. His film debut was in The Lovers' Signal (1912).[1]

During the production of The Unbeliever in 1918, McKee worked with his future wife, Marguerite Courtot. They worked again in the 1922 Down to the Sea in Ships. They married after the production of the film and were wed for 60 years until his death in 1984.

Early life[edit]

Eldon Raymond McKee was born in Keokuk, Iowa.


He died in Long Beach, California from pneumonia, aged 91. A United States Army veteran, he was buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California with his wife, actress Marguerite Courtot.[2]

Partial filmography[edit]

In an operating room, Robert Sandell (played by McKee) is shocked by what he has read in the notepad that the Hunchback (Lon Chaney) has given him in a scene from the silent horror film. A Blind Bargain (1922)


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