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Poster of They Made Me a Criminal

They Made Me a Criminal

Release Date: Saturday, January 21 1939 (83 years ago)
Portrait of John GarfieldJohn Garfield
Johnnie Bradfield, aka Jack Dorney
John Garfield was:
Portrait of Claude RainsClaude Rains
Det. Monty Phelan
Claude Rains was:
Portrait of Ann SheridanAnn Sheridan
Goldie West
Ann Sheridan was:
Portrait of May RobsonMay Robson
Grandma Rafferty
May Robson was:
Portrait of Gloria DicksonGloria Dickson
Peggy
Gloria Dickson was:
Portrait of Billy HalopBilly Halop
Tommy
Billy Halop was:
Portrait of Bobby JordanBobby Jordan
Angel
Bobby Jordan was:
Portrait of Leo GorceyLeo Gorcey
Spit
Leo Gorcey was:
Portrait of Huntz HallHuntz Hall
Dippy
Huntz Hall was:
Portrait of Gabriel DellGabriel Dell
T.B.
Gabriel Dell was:
Portrait of Bernard PunslyBernard Punsly
Milt
Bernard Punsly was:
Portrait of Robert GlecklerRobert Gleckler
Doc Ward (Johnnie's Manager)
Robert Gleckler was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
Charles 'Charlie' Magee (Reporter)
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Barbara PepperBarbara Pepper
Budgie Massey
Barbara Pepper was:
Portrait of William B. DavidsonWilliam B. Davidson
Ennis
William B. Davidson was:
Portrait of Ward BondWard Bond
Lenihan
Ward Bond was:
Portrait of Robert StrangeRobert Strange
Malvin
Robert Strange was:
Portrait of Louis Jean HeydtLouis Jean Heydt
Randy Smith
Louis Jean Heydt was:
Portrait of Frank RiggiFrank Riggi
Gaspar Rutchek
Frank Riggi was:
Portrait of Cliff ClarkCliff Clark
Manager
Cliff Clark was:
Portrait of Dick WesselDick Wessel
Collucci
Dick Wessel was:
Portrait of Sam HayesSam Hayes
Fight Announcer
Sam Hayes was:
Portrait of Jack AustinJack Austin
Cop #1 (uncredited)
Jack Austin was:
Portrait of Irving BaconIrving Bacon
Gas Station Attendant (uncredited)
Irving Bacon was:
Portrait of Clem BevansClem Bevans
Ticket Taker (uncredited)
Clem Bevans was:
Portrait of Richard BondRichard Bond
Reporter at First Fight (uncredited)
Richard Bond was:
Portrait of Edwin BrianEdwin Brian
Newsboy (uncredited)
Edwin Brian was:
Portrait of Raymond BrownRaymond Brown
Sheriff (uncredited)
Raymond Brown was:
Portrait of Mushy CallahanMushy Callahan
Schwimmer (uncredited)
Mushy Callahan was:
Portrait of Nat CarrNat Carr
Haskell - Reporter at First Fight (uncredited)
Nat Carr was:
Portrait of Eddy ChandlerEddy Chandler
Detective #2 (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Portrait of Georgie CooperGeorgie Cooper
Elderly Lady (uncredited)
Georgie Cooper was:
Portrait of Hal CraigHal Craig
Detective #3 (uncredited)
Hal Craig was:
Portrait of Joe CunninghamJoe Cunningham
Columnist (uncredited)
Joe Cunningham was:
Portrait of John DilsonJohn Dilson
Doctor (uncredited)
John Dilson was:
Portrait of Mike DonovanMike Donovan
Policeman (uncredited)
Mike Donovan was:
Portrait of Tom DuganTom Dugan
Man Behind Grandma (uncredited)
Tom Dugan was:
Portrait of John HarronJohn Harron
First Fight Radio Announcer (uncredited)
John Harron was:
Portrait of Leyland HodgsonLeyland Hodgson
Mr. Williamson (uncredited)
Leyland Hodgson was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Second Fight Timekeeper (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of Arthur HousmanArthur Housman
Drunk Next to Grandma (uncredited)
Arthur Housman was:
Portrait of Donald KerrDonald Kerr
Man in Ring After First Fight (uncredited)
Donald Kerr was:
Portrait of Reid KilpatrickReid Kilpatrick
Radio Sports Commentator (voice) (uncredited)
Reid Kilpatrick was:
Portrait of Harry LeroyHarry Leroy
Spectator at Second Fight (uncredited)
Harry Leroy was:
Portrait of Al LloydAl Lloyd
Man in Front of Spit (uncredited)
Al Lloyd was:
Portrait of Doris LloydDoris Lloyd
Mrs. Williamson (uncredited)
Doris Lloyd was:
Portrait of Frank MayoFrank Mayo
Man at First Fight with Tophat (uncredited)
Frank Mayo was:
Portrait of Sam McDanielSam McDaniel
Splash (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel was:
Portrait of Larry McGrathLarry McGrath
Second Fight Referee (uncredited)
Larry McGrath was:
Portrait of Frank MeredithFrank Meredith
Cop #2 (uncredited)
Frank Meredith was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Man in Locker Room After First Fight (uncredited)
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Jimmy O'GattyJimmy O'Gatty
Rutchek's Handler (uncredited)
Jimmy O'Gatty was:
Portrait of Paul PanzerPaul Panzer
Jim - Assistant Ticket Taker (uncredited)
Paul Panzer was:
Portrait of Bob PerryBob Perry
Cawley - Jack's Handler (uncredited)
Bob Perry was:
Portrait of Charles RandolphCharles Randolph
First Fight Referee (uncredited)
Charles Randolph was:
Portrait of John J. RichardsonJohn J. Richardson
Reporter (uncredited)
John J. Richardson was:
Portrait of Cyril RingCyril Ring
First Fight Ringsider (uncredited)
Cyril Ring was:
Portrait of Bert RoachBert Roach
Hendricks (uncredited)
Bert Roach was:
Portrait of Dave RobertsDave Roberts
Police Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Dave Roberts was:
Portrait of Sally SageSally Sage
Girl Entering Locker Room (uncredited)
Sally Sage was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Man in Front of Tommy (uncredited)
Cliff Saum was:
Portrait of Janet ShawJanet Shaw
Girl Entering Locker Room (uncredited)
Janet Shaw was:
Portrait of John SheehanJohn Sheehan
Man in Front of Grandma (uncredited)
John Sheehan was:
Portrait of Ronald SinclairRonald Sinclair
J. Douglas Williamson (uncredited)
Ronald Sinclair was:
Portrait of Charles SullivanCharles Sullivan
Second Fight Trainer (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan was:
Portrait of Elliott SullivanElliott Sullivan
Mel - Hoodlum Stealing $50 (uncredited)
Elliott Sullivan was:
Portrait of Dorothy VardenDorothy Varden
Minor Role (uncredited)
Dorothy Varden was:
Portrait of Tom WilsonTom Wilson
Kid Tacoma (uncredited)
Tom Wilson was:
Portrait of Jack WiseJack Wise
Second Fight Ticket Seller (uncredited)
Jack Wise was:
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