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Poster of Diamond Jim

Diamond Jim

Release Date: Sunday, September 1 1935 (87 years ago)
Portrait of Edward ArnoldEdward Arnold
Diamond Jim
Edward Arnold was:
Portrait of Jean ArthurJean Arthur
Jane Matthews / Emma
Jean Arthur was:
Portrait of Binnie BarnesBinnie Barnes
Lillian Russell
Binnie Barnes was:
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
Jerry Richardson
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Eric BloreEric Blore
Sampson Fox
Eric Blore was:
Portrait of Hugh O'ConnellHugh O'Connell
Charles B. Horsley
Hugh O'Connell was:
Portrait of George SidneyGeorge Sidney
Pawnbroker
George Sidney was:
Portrait of Robert McWadeRobert McWade
A.E. Moore
Robert McWade was:
Portrait of Charles SellonCharles Sellon
John Touchey
Charles Sellon was:
Portrait of Henry KolkerHenry Kolker
J.C. Randolf - Bank President
Henry Kolker was:
Portrait of William DemarestWilliam Demarest
Harry Hill
William Demarest was:
Portrait of Albert ContiAlbert Conti
Jeweler
Albert Conti was:
Portrait of Armand KalizArmand Kaliz
Jewelry Salesman
Armand Kaliz was:
Portrait of Tully MarshallTully Marshall
Minister
Tully Marshall was:
Portrait of Purnell PrattPurnell Pratt
Physician
Purnell Pratt was:
Portrait of Helen BrownHelen Brown
Brady's Mother
Helen Brown was:
Portrait of Stanley AndrewsStanley Andrews
Gambler
Stanley Andrews was:
Portrait of Sam AppelSam Appel
Engineer
Sam Appel was:
Portrait of William ArnoldWilliam Arnold
Man at Racetrack
William Arnold was:
Portrait of Irving BaconIrving Bacon
Passenger
Irving Bacon was:
Portrait of Barbara BarondessBarbara Barondess
Barbara Barondess was:
Portrait of Wade BotelerWade Boteler
Mill Foreman
Wade Boteler was:
Portrait of Harry C. BradleyHarry C. Bradley
Brady's Secretary
Harry C. Bradley was:
Portrait of Al BridgeAl Bridge
Poker Player on Train
Al Bridge was:
Portrait of Ralph BrooksRalph Brooks
Interne
Ralph Brooks was:
Portrait of Daisy BuffordDaisy Bufford
Maid
Daisy Bufford was:
Portrait of Orrin BurkeOrrin Burke
Man at Bar
Orrin Burke was:
Portrait of Bobby BurnsBobby Burns
Waiter
Bobby Burns was:
Portrait of Jack CarlyleJack Carlyle
Gambler
Jack Carlyle was:
Portrait of Allan CavanAllan Cavan
Allan Cavan was:
Portrait of Eddy ChandlerEddy Chandler
Engineer
Eddy Chandler was:
Portrait of Alex ChivraAlex Chivra
Chef
Alex Chivra was:
Portrait of Russ ClarkRuss Clark
Mug
Russ Clark was:
Portrait of Mabel ColcordMabel Colcord
Brady's Aunt
Mabel Colcord was:
Portrait of Eddie CollinsEddie Collins
Bicycle Act
Eddie Collins was:
Portrait of Gino CorradoGino Corrado
Chef
Gino Corrado was:
Portrait of Dan CrimminsDan Crimmins
Tailor
Dan Crimmins was:
Portrait of Edwards DavisEdwards Davis
Stockbroker
Edwards Davis was:
Portrait of Jean De BriacJean De Briac
Chef
Jean De Briac was:
Portrait of Germaine De NeelGermaine De Neel
Lillian Russell's Maid
Germaine De Neel was:
Portrait of George DeNormandGeorge DeNormand
Passenger
George DeNormand was:
Portrait of Kay DeslysKay Deslys
Barmaid
Kay Deslys was:
Portrait of Jimmie DundeeJimmie Dundee
Gambler
Jimmie Dundee was:
Portrait of George ErnestGeorge Ernest
Sullivan (the Boy)
George Ernest was:
Portrait of Dot FarleyDot Farley
Dot Farley was:
Portrait of Jim FarleyJim Farley
Passenger
Jim Farley was:
Portrait of Patricia FarleyPatricia Farley
Chorine
Patricia Farley was:
Portrait of Sam FlintSam Flint
Man at Bar
Sam Flint was:
Portrait of Eddie FosterEddie Foster
Man in Saloon
Eddie Foster was:
Portrait of Charles K. FrenchCharles K. French
Charles K. French was:
Portrait of Clarence GeldartClarence Geldart
Stockbroker
Clarence Geldart was:
Portrait of Joseph W. GirardJoseph W. Girard
Joseph W. Girard was:
Portrait of Dorothy GrangerDorothy Granger
Chorine
Dorothy Granger was:
Portrait of Frank HagneyFrank Hagney
Mug
Frank Hagney was:
Portrait of Charles HammerCharles Hammer
Headwaiter
Charles Hammer was:
Portrait of Otis HarlanOtis Harlan
Drunk
Otis Harlan was:
Portrait of Sam HayesSam Hayes
Announcer
Sam Hayes was:
Portrait of Edward HearnEdward Hearn
Job Applicant
Edward Hearn was:
Portrait of Dell HendersonDell Henderson
Gambler
Dell Henderson was:
Portrait of Al HillAl Hill
Fireman
Al Hill was:
Portrait of Bill HoolahahnBill Hoolahahn
John L. Sullivan
Bill Hoolahahn was:
Portrait of Arthur HousmanArthur Housman
Souse
Arthur Housman was:
Portrait of Bill HowardBill Howard
Minister
Bill Howard was:
Portrait of Arthur Stuart HullArthur Stuart Hull
Stockbroker
Arthur Stuart Hull was:
Portrait of Mitchell IngrahamMitchell Ingraham
Man at Bar
Mitchell Ingraham was:
Portrait of Billy JonesBilly Jones
Passenger
Billy Jones was:
Portrait of Darby JonesDarby Jones
Black Man
Darby Jones was:
Portrait of Jane KeckleyJane Keckley
Minister's Wife
Jane Keckley was:
Portrait of Lew KellyLew Kelly
Bartender
Lew Kelly was:
Portrait of Fred KelseyFred Kelsey
Horsley's Secretary
Fred Kelsey was:
Portrait of Emmett KingEmmett King
Stockbroker
Emmett King was:
Portrait of John LarkinJohn Larkin
Butler
John Larkin was:
Portrait of Jean LavertyJean Laverty
Barmaid
Jean Laverty was:
Portrait of Louis LaVoieLouis LaVoie
Louis LaVoie was:
Portrait of Edward LeSaintEdward LeSaint
Stockbroker
Edward LeSaint was:
Portrait of Ralph LewisRalph Lewis
Man at Bar
Ralph Lewis was:
Portrait of George MacQuarrieGeorge MacQuarrie
Stockbroker
George MacQuarrie was:
Portrait of Murdock MacQuarrieMurdock MacQuarrie
Stockbroker
Murdock MacQuarrie was:
Portrait of Eily MalyonEily Malyon
Organist
Eily Malyon was:
Portrait of Charles McAvoyCharles McAvoy
Cop
Charles McAvoy was:
Portrait of Billy McClainBilly McClain
Cook
Billy McClain was:
Portrait of Francis McDonaldFrancis McDonald
Gambler
Francis McDonald was:
Portrait of J.P. McGowanJ.P. McGowan
Engineer
J.P. McGowan was:
Portrait of Malcolm McGregorMalcolm McGregor
Man at Racetrack
Malcolm McGregor was:
Portrait of Matt McHughMatt McHugh
Bartender
Matt McHugh was:
Portrait of Robert McKenzieRobert McKenzie
Chef
Robert McKenzie was:
Portrait of Addie McPhailAddie McPhail
Addie McPhail was:
Portrait of Greta MeyerGreta Meyer
Masseuse
Greta Meyer was:
Portrait of Arthur MillettArthur Millett
Passenger
Arthur Millett was:
Portrait of John MilternJohn Miltern
Briggs
John Miltern was:
Portrait of Charles R. MooreCharles R. Moore
Cook
Charles R. Moore was:
Portrait of Edwin MordantEdwin Mordant
Man at Bar
Edwin Mordant was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Man Aiding Suicidal Man
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Harold NelsonHarold Nelson
Stockbroker
Harold Nelson was:
Portrait of Wilfrid NorthWilfrid North
Stockbroker
Wilfrid North was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Waiter
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Robert Emmett O'ConnorRobert Emmett O'Connor
Brady's Father
Robert Emmett O'Connor was:
Portrait of Henry OthoHenry Otho
Mug
Henry Otho was:
Portrait of Marina PasserovaMarina Passerova
Marina Passerova was:
Portrait of Bob PerryBob Perry
Mug
Bob Perry was:
Portrait of Bernice PilotBernice Pilot
Maid
Bernice Pilot was:
Portrait of Lee PratherLee Prather
Lee Prather was:
Portrait of George ReedGeorge Reed
Porter
George Reed was:
Portrait of Cyril RingCyril Ring
Fireman
Cyril Ring was:
Portrait of Julian RiveroJulian Rivero
Headwaiter
Julian Rivero was:
Portrait of Marshall RuthMarshall Ruth
Man at Racetrack
Marshall Ruth was:
Portrait of Gay SeabrookGay Seabrook
Nurse
Gay Seabrook was:
Portrait of C. Montague ShawC. Montague Shaw
Stockbroker
C. Montague Shaw was:
Portrait of C.L. SherwoodC.L. Sherwood
Bartender
C.L. Sherwood was:
Portrait of Herbert SkinnerHerbert Skinner
Cook
Herbert Skinner was:
Portrait of John St. ClairJohn St. Clair
Passenger
John St. Clair was:
Portrait of Hayden StevensonHayden Stevenson
Hayden Stevenson was:
Portrait of Libby TaylorLibby Taylor
Maid
Libby Taylor was:
Portrait of William H. TookerWilliam H. Tooker
Man at Bar
William H. Tooker was:
Portrait of Richard TuckerRichard Tucker
Headwaiter
Richard Tucker was:
Portrait of Maidel TurnerMaidel Turner
Mrs. Perry
Maidel Turner was:
Portrait of Anders Van HadenAnders Van Haden
Anders Van Haden was:
Portrait of Dorothy VernonDorothy Vernon
Dorothy Vernon was:
Portrait of Malcolm WaiteMalcolm Waite
Fireman
Malcolm Waite was:
Portrait of Mary WallaceMary Wallace
Party Girl
Mary Wallace was:
Portrait of William WelshWilliam Welsh
Conductor
William Welsh was:
Portrait of Larry WheatLarry Wheat
Stage Manager
Larry Wheat was:
Portrait of Huey WhiteHuey White
Mug
Huey White was:
Portrait of Lloyd WhitlockLloyd Whitlock
Man at Racetrack
Lloyd Whitlock was:
Portrait of David WorthDavid Worth
Man at Racetrack
David Worth was:
Portrait of William WorthingtonWilliam Worthington
Man at Bar
William Worthington was:
Portrait of Baby WymanBaby Wyman
Sullivan (the Child)
Baby Wyman was:
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