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Rose of Washington Square

Rose of Washington Square

Release Date: 1939-05-05 (82 years ago)
Tyrone Power
Bart Clinton
Tyrone Power was:
Alice Faye
Rose Sargent
Alice Faye was:
Al Jolson
Ted Cotter
Al Jolson was:
William Frawley
Harry Long
William Frawley was:
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton was:
Hobart Cavanaugh
Whitey Boone
Hobart Cavanaugh was:
Moroni Olsen
Buck Russell
Moroni Olsen was:
E. E. Clive
Barouche Driver
E. E. Clive was:
Louis Prima
Band Leader
Louis Prima was:
Charles C. Wilson
Mike Cavanaugh
Charles C. Wilson was:
Paul Stanton
District Attorney
Paul Stanton was:
Maurice Cass
Mr. Mok
Maurice Cass was:
Charles Lane
Sam Kress
Charles Lane was:
Hal K. Dawson
Hal K. Dawson was:
Paul E. Burns
Paul E. Burns was:
Ben Welden
Ben Welden was:
Horace McMahon
Horace McMahon was:
Harry Hayden
Harry Hayden was:
Adrian Morris
Adrian Morris was:
John Hamilton
John Hamilton was:
Winifred Harris
Mrs. Russell
Winifred Harris was:
Carol Adams
Carol Adams was:
Murray Alper
Eddie (uncredited)
Murray Alper was:
Herbert Ashley
Stage Doorman (uncredited)
Herbert Ashley was:
Brooks Benedict
Man in Box at Wintergarden (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict was:
Ed Brady
Cooch Show Spectator (uncredited)
Ed Brady was:
Ralph Brooks
Man in Audience (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks was:
Chick Chandler
Emcee at Theatre (uncredited)
Chick Chandler was:
Eddy Chandler
Cop (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Edward Cooper
Butler (uncredited)
Edward Cooper was:
Edgar Dearing
Lieutenant (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing was:
Ralph Dunn
Officer (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn was:
Paul Ellis
Frank (uncredited)
Paul Ellis was:
Al Ferguson
Court Officer (uncredited)
Al Ferguson was:
James Flavin
Guard (uncredited)
James Flavin was:
Bess Flowers
Dinner Guest (uncredited)
Bess Flowers was:
Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian
Man in Audience (uncredited)
Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian was:
Lew Hicks
Bailiff (uncredited)
Lew Hicks was:
Paul Irving
Music Publisher (uncredited)
Paul Irving was:
Claire James
Well-Wisher (uncredited)
Claire James was:
Gladden James
Court Bailiff (uncredited)
Gladden James was:
Jack Luden
Attorney (uncredited)
Jack Luden was:
Charles McMurphy
Music Conductor (uncredited)
Charles McMurphy was:
Harold Miller
Man in Front Row (uncredited)
Harold Miller was:
George Mori
Publisher (uncredited)
George Mori was:
James C. Morton
Speakeasy Bartender (uncredited)
James C. Morton was:
William Newell
Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
William Newell was:
Arthur Rankin
Newspaper Reporter (uncredited)
Arthur Rankin was:
Cyril Ring
Master of Ceremonies at Cast Party (uncredited)
Cyril Ring was:
Bert Roach
Mr. Paunch (uncredited)
Bert Roach was:
Charles Tannen
Newspaper Reporter (uncredited)
Charles Tannen was:
Stanley Taylor
Lobbygow (uncredited)
Stanley Taylor was:
Blue Washington
Prisoner (uncredited)
Blue Washington was:
Kenny Williams
Dancer (uncredited)
Kenny Williams was:
Irma Wilson
Miss Lust (uncredited)
Irma Wilson was:
Robert Shaw
Newspaper Reporter (uncredited)
Robert Shaw was:
Leonard Kibrick
Newsboy (uncredited)
Leonard Kibrick was:
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