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Poster of Young Man with Ideas

Young Man with Ideas

Release Date: Friday, May 2 1952 (70 years ago)
Portrait of Glenn FordGlenn Ford
Maxwell Webster
Glenn Ford was:
Portrait of Ruth RomanRuth Roman
Julie Webster
Ruth Roman was:
Portrait of Denise DarcelDenise Darcel
Dorianne Gray
Denise Darcel was:
Portrait of Nina FochNina Foch
Joyce Laramie
Nina Foch was:
Portrait of Donna CorcoranDonna Corcoran
Caroline Webster
Donna Corcoran was:
Portrait of Ray CollinsRay Collins
Edmund Jethrow
Ray Collins was:
Portrait of Mary WickesMary Wickes
Mrs. Jasper Gilpin
Mary Wickes was:
Portrait of Bobby DiamondBobby Diamond
Willis Gilpin
Bobby Diamond was:
Portrait of Sheldon LeonardSheldon Leonard
Rodwell 'Brick' Davis
Sheldon Leonard was:
Portrait of Dick WesselDick Wessel
Eddie Tasling
Dick Wessel was:
Portrait of Carl MilletaireCarl Milletaire
Tux Cullery
Carl Milletaire was:
Portrait of Curtis CookseyCurtis Cooksey
Curtis Cooksey was:
Portrait of Karl 'Killer' DavisKarl 'Killer' Davis
Punchy
Karl 'Killer' Davis was:
Portrait of Fay RoopeFay Roope
Kyle Thornhill
Fay Roope was:
Portrait of John CallJohn Call
Man with Bushy Hair
John Call was:
Portrait of Nadine AshdownNadine Ashdown
Susan Webster
Nadine Ashdown was:
Portrait of Barry RadoBarry Rado
Max, Junior
Barry Rado was:
Portrait of Norman RadoNorman Rado
Max, Junior
Norman Rado was:
Portrait of Wilton GraffWilton Graff
Mr. Cardy
Wilton Graff was:
Portrait of Martha WentworthMartha Wentworth
Mrs. Hammerty
Martha Wentworth was:
Portrait of Jean AckerJean Acker
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jean Acker was:
Portrait of John AlbrightJohn Albright
Bill - Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
John Albright was:
Portrait of Monya AndreMonya Andre
Mrs. Bowker (uncredited)
Monya Andre was:
Portrait of Charles AndrewsCharles Andrews
Pullman Porter (uncredited)
Charles Andrews was:
Portrait of Benny BakerBenny Baker
Bill Collector (uncredited)
Benny Baker was:
Portrait of Rudy BaronRudy Baron
Hammerty Boy (uncredited)
Rudy Baron was:
Portrait of Rodney BellRodney Bell
Party Guest (uncredited)
Rodney Bell was:
Portrait of Barbara BillingsleyBarbara Billingsley
Aggie - Party Guest (uncredited)
Barbara Billingsley was:
Portrait of Lela BlissLela Bliss
Mrs. Tom Hanley (uncredited)
Lela Bliss was:
Portrait of Marshall BradfordMarshall Bradford
Mr. Creely (uncredited)
Marshall Bradford was:
Portrait of Paul BradleyPaul Bradley
Attorney (uncredited)
Paul Bradley was:
Portrait of Leonard BremenLeonard Bremen
Bill Collector (uncredited)
Leonard Bremen was:
Portrait of Peter BroccoPeter Brocco
Butler (uncredited)
Peter Brocco was:
Portrait of Harry BrownHarry Brown
Salesman (uncredited)
Harry Brown was:
Portrait of Steve CarruthersSteve Carruthers
Court Stenographer (uncredited)
Steve Carruthers was:
Portrait of Robert CarsonRobert Carson
Second Prosecutor (uncredited)
Robert Carson was:
Portrait of Ed CassidyEd Cassidy
Train Conductor (uncredited)
Ed Cassidy was:
Portrait of Wheaton ChambersWheaton Chambers
Proctor - Law Professor (uncredited)
Wheaton Chambers was:
Portrait of Mack ChandlerMack Chandler
Photographer (uncredited)
Mack Chandler was:
Portrait of Russ ConwayRuss Conway
Prosecuting Attorney (uncredited)
Russ Conway was:
Portrait of Tom DalyTom Daly
Salesman (uncredited)
Tom Daly was:
Portrait of Bert DavidsonBert Davidson
Minor Role (uncredited)
Bert Davidson was:
Portrait of Hal K. DawsonHal K. Dawson
Mr. Cumberly (uncredited)
Hal K. Dawson was:
Portrait of Lawrence DobkinLawrence Dobkin
Prosecutor at Hearing (uncredited)
Lawrence Dobkin was:
Portrait of Charles EvansCharles Evans
Mr. Jankin - Party Guest (uncredited)
Charles Evans was:
Portrait of Margaret FarrellMargaret Farrell
Party Guest (uncredited)
Margaret Farrell was:
Portrait of Charles FergusonCharles Ferguson
Juror (uncredited)
Charles Ferguson was:
Portrait of Sam FlintSam Flint
Mr. Jones (uncredited)
Sam Flint was:
Portrait of Bess FlowersBess Flowers
Party Guest (uncredited)
Bess Flowers was:
Portrait of Jack GarganJack Gargan
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jack Gargan was:
Portrait of Frank GerstleFrank Gerstle
Bill Collector (uncredited)
Frank Gerstle was:
Portrait of Dick GordonDick Gordon
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Dick Gordon was:
Portrait of A. Cameron GrantA. Cameron Grant
Party Guest (uncredited)
A. Cameron Grant was:
Portrait of Dabbs GreerDabbs Greer
Telephone Man (uncredited)
Dabbs Greer was:
Portrait of Eula GuyEula Guy
Miss Daniels (uncredited)
Eula Guy was:
Portrait of Robert HainesRobert Haines
Juror (uncredited)
Robert Haines was:
Portrait of Jonathan HaleJonathan Hale
Stanley Rickson (uncredited)
Jonathan Hale was:
Portrait of Richard HaleRichard Hale
Vishto (uncredited)
Richard Hale was:
Portrait of Selmer JacksonSelmer Jackson
Merritt Crayton - Attorney (uncredited)
Selmer Jackson was:
Portrait of Nikki JustonNikki Juston
Minor Role (uncredited)
Nikki Juston was:
Portrait of Paul KrugerPaul Kruger
Bailiff (uncredited)
Paul Kruger was:
Portrait of Raymond LargayRaymond Largay
Tom Hanley (uncredited)
Raymond Largay was:
Portrait of Earl LeeEarl Lee
Foreman of the Jury (uncredited)
Earl Lee was:
Portrait of Ruth LeeRuth Lee
Secretary (uncredited)
Ruth Lee was:
Portrait of Margie LisztMargie Liszt
Registrar (uncredited)
Margie Liszt was:
Portrait of Louise LorimerLouise Lorimer
Mrs. Martha Rixon (uncredited)
Louise Lorimer was:
Portrait of Philo McCulloughPhilo McCullough
Attorney (uncredited)
Philo McCullough was:
Portrait of Joseph MellJoseph Mell
Municipal Judge (uncredited)
Joseph Mell was:
Portrait of Helene MillardHelene Millard
Mrs. Creely (uncredited)
Helene Millard was:
Portrait of Tom MonroeTom Monroe
Policeman (uncredited)
Tom Monroe was:
Portrait of Roger MooreRoger Moore
Real Estate Associate (uncredited)
Roger Moore was:
Portrait of William NewellWilliam Newell
Party Waiter (uncredited)
William Newell was:
Portrait of Barry NortonBarry Norton
Lawyer at Seminar (uncredited)
Barry Norton was:
Portrait of Murray PollackMurray Pollack
Club Patron (uncredited)
Murray Pollack was:
Portrait of Isabel RandolphIsabel Randolph
Mrs. Martha Rickson (uncredited)
Isabel Randolph was:
Portrait of Kay RiehlKay Riehl
Mrs. Jankin - Party Guest (uncredited)
Kay Riehl was:
Portrait of Dick RyanDick Ryan
Court Clerk (uncredited)
Dick Ryan was:
Portrait of Charles SherlockCharles Sherlock
Sheriff in Courtroom (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock was:
Portrait of Eddie Lou SimmsEddie Lou Simms
Tiger (uncredited)
Eddie Lou Simms was:
Portrait of Helen SpringHelen Spring
Mrs. Jones (uncredited)
Helen Spring was:
Portrait of Amzie StricklandAmzie Strickland
Party Guest (uncredited)
Amzie Strickland was:
Portrait of Frank SullyFrank Sully
Salesman (uncredited)
Frank Sully was:
Portrait of Hal TaggartHal Taggart
Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Hal Taggart was:
Portrait of Arthur ToveyArthur Tovey
Attorney (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey was:
Portrait of John TrebachJohn Trebach
Waiter (uncredited)
John Trebach was:
Portrait of Emmett VoganEmmett Vogan
Mr. Bowker - Party Guest (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Portrait of Nella WalkerNella Walker
Mrs. Jethrow (uncredited)
Nella Walker was:
Portrait of Frank WilcoxFrank Wilcox
Morton H. Clay (uncredited)
Frank Wilcox was:
Portrait of Wilson WoodWilson Wood
Milkman (uncredited)
Wilson Wood was:
Portrait of Will WrightWill Wright
Party Guest (uncredited)
Will Wright was:
Portrait of John ZarembaJohn Zaremba
Court Clerk (uncredited)
John Zaremba was:
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