Tony D'Algy

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Tony D'Algy
Born Antonio Eduardo Lozano Guedes
1897
Luanda, Angola
Died 29 April 1977 (aged 79–80)
Lisbon, Portugal
Occupation Actor
Years active 1924–1949

Tony D'Algy (1897 – 29 April 1977) was a Portuguese film actor. He appeared in 57 films between 1924 and 1949, including The Boob a silent comedy where Joan Crawford makes one of her first appearances. He was born in Luanda, Angola, and died in Lisbon, Portugal. He was the older brother of actress Helena D'Algy (born 1906)

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