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In films like The Prisoner of Zenda (1939), Gunga Din (1939), The Corsican Brothers (1942) and Sinbad the Sailor (1947) the spirit of his father seemed to glow within him.Between 19 he acted in (and often helped to produce) 75 films, appearing opposite some of the greatest names in Hollywood - including Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Irene Dunne, Betty Grable and Rita Hayworth.

There was a hint of a stumble in Fairbanks's glittering progress when his name cropped up in connection with the notorious Profumo affair of 1963.

Where Douglas Fairbanks Sr performed graceful feats of derring-do beyond the nerve of stunt-men, "Doug Junior", who it seemed for a while might follow in such dashing footsteps, eventually settled for a cosmopolitan career in high society, mixing with royalty and statesmen and sporting a permanent sun-tan in a busy life divided between Palm Beach, Florida, and St James's in London.

Although his father had been against his making films, especially in the same genre as his own, Doug Junior managed, especially after the death of his discouraging parent in 1939, to prove himself hardly less zestful as a romantic adventurer.

But apart from the titles mentioned above, only a handful of his other films - Howard Hawks's The Dawn Patrol (1930), Henry Koster's The Rage of Paris (1938), Richard Wallace's Young In Heart (1938) and Max Ophuls's The Exile (1948) were of enduring quality.

For all his sexual energy and attraction, Fairbanks never permanently established himself as a star.

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