Donald Buka

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Donald Buka (1920–2009) was an American supporting actor in radio, films, and television from 1943 (Watch on the Rhine) to 1971 when he appeared in A Memory of Two Mondays. After some early experience in the theater, he got his start in mass media by appearing on the CBS radio program Let's Pretend.[1]

He appeared in episodes of Dragnet, Ironside, Perry Mason and The High Chaparral.[citation needed]

Buka was born in Cleveland, Ohio and died in Reading, Massachusetts.[2]

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  1. ^ Bertel, Dick; Corcoran; Ed (June 1972). "Donald Buka". The Golden Age of Radio. Season 3. Episode 3. Broadcast Plaza, Inc.. WTIC Hartford, Conn. 
  2. ^ Donald Buka, Veteran Stage and Film Actor, Dies at 88 Archived September 28, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.

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