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Fairbanks, Douglas Jr.
Arms: Azure two flaunches connected by a ribbon in fess with a bow Or

SOURCE/NOTES & CREDITS: The illustration for background by Don Pottinger from “Simple Heraldry” by Iain Moncreiffe of Easter Moncreiffe 1953. The blazon and biographic information came from and was adapted from the Wikipedia article on Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. The arms were granted by the College of Arms in England.

Douglas Elton Fairbanks, Jr., KBE, DSC, Silver Star, KStJ born 9 Dec 1909 was an American actor, producer, and decorated naval officer of World War II. He is best-known for starring in such films as The Prisoner of Zenda, Gunga Din, and The Corsican Brothers. He was the son of Douglas Fairbanks and stepson of Mary Pickford. He was knighted with the KBE in 1949.

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. died on 7 May 2000, age 90.

The arms are an interpretation of John Hamilton Gaylor.

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