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Gentleman Jim

Gentleman Jim

Release Date: 1942-11-14 (78 years ago)
Errol Flynn
James J. Corbett
Errol Flynn was:
Alexis Smith
Victoria Ware
Alexis Smith was:
Jack Carson
Walter Lawrie
Jack Carson was:
Alan Hale
Pat Corbett
Alan Hale was:
John Loder
Carlton De Witt
John Loder was:
William Frawley
Billy Delaney
William Frawley was:
Minor Watson
Buck Ware
Minor Watson was:
Ward Bond
John L. Sullivan
Ward Bond was:
Madeleine Lebeau
Anna Held
Madeleine Lebeau was:
Rhys Williams
Harry Watson
Rhys Williams was:
Monte Blue
Gambler in "Lucky Guy"
Monte Blue was:
Pat Flaherty
Harry Corbett
Pat Flaherty was:
Arthur Shields
Father Burke
Arthur Shields was:
Dorothy Vaughan
Ma Corbett
Dorothy Vaughan was:
Hooper Atchley
(uncredited)
Hooper Atchley was:
Milton Kibbee
(uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Richard Kipling
(uncredited)
Richard Kipling was:
Charles Lang
(uncredited)
Charles Lang was:
Edwin August
Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Edwin August was:
Eric Mayne
Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Eric Mayne was:
Charles Meakin
Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Charles Meakin was:
Count Stefenelli
Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Count Stefenelli was:
Clara Blandick
Woman on Train (uncredited)
Clara Blandick was:
Winifred Harris
Woman at Opera (uncredited)
Winifred Harris was:
Wade Boteler
Policeman (uncredited)
Wade Boteler was:
Walter Byron
Ringside Telegrapher (uncredited)
Walter Byron was:
Hal Craig
Telegrapher (uncredited)
Hal Craig was:
Robert Fiske
Telegrapher (uncredited)
Robert Fiske was:
Georgia Caine
Mrs. Geary (uncredited)
Georgia Caine was:
Mary Gordon
Mrs. Casey (uncredited)
Mary Gordon was:
Johnny Calkins
Boy (uncredited)
Johnny Calkins was:
Lon McCallister
Page Boy (uncredited)
Lon McCallister was:
Davison Clark
Auctioneer (uncredited)
Davison Clark was:
Wallis Clark
Judge Geary (uncredited)
Wallis Clark was:
Joseph Crehan
Duffy - Referee (uncredited)
Joseph Crehan was:
Freddie Steele
Referee (uncredited)
Freddie Steele was:
Dick Wessel
Referee (uncredited)
Dick Wessel was:
Harry Crocker
Charles Crocker (uncredited)
Harry Crocker was:
Wade Crosby
Manager (uncredited)
Wade Crosby was:
William B. Davidson
Donovan (uncredited)
William B. Davidson was:
William 'Wee Willie' Davis
Flannagan (uncredited)
William 'Wee Willie' Davis was:
Jean Del Val
Renaud (uncredited)
Jean Del Val was:
Joe Devlin
Hogan (uncredited)
Joe Devlin was:
Dudley Dickerson
Bellboy (uncredited)
Dudley Dickerson was:
Peggy Diggins
Beautiful Actress (uncredited)
Peggy Diggins was:
Joan Winfield
Actress (uncredited)
Joan Winfield was:
Lester Dorr
Reporter (uncredited)
Lester Dorr was:
Lew Harvey
Reporter (uncredited)
Lew Harvey was:
Victor Zimmerman
Reporter (uncredited)
Victor Zimmerman was:
James Flavin
George Corbett (uncredited)
James Flavin was:
Art Foster
Jack Burke (uncredited)
Art Foster was:
Jack Gardner
Usher (uncredited)
Jack Gardner was:
Frank Hagney
Mug (uncredited)
Frank Hagney was:
Creighton Hale
Championship Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Creighton Hale was:
Mathew McCue
Championship Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Mathew McCue was:
Bert Hanlon
Clerk (uncredited)
Bert Hanlon was:
Carl Harbaugh
Smith (uncredited)
Carl Harbaugh was:
Jack Herrick
Bodyguard (uncredited)
Jack Herrick was:
Herbert Heywood
Man on Telephone (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood was:
Si Jenks
Old Man (uncredited)
Si Jenks was:
Tor Johnson
The Mauler (uncredited)
Tor Johnson was:
Fred Kelsey
Sutro (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey was:
Joe King
Col. McLane (uncredited)
Joe King was:
Ed Lewis
Hoghead (uncredited)
Ed Lewis was:
George Lloyd
Harrigan (uncredited)
George Lloyd was:
Charles Marsh
Station Master (uncredited)
Charles Marsh was:
John Maxwell
Stockbroker (uncredited)
John Maxwell was:
Frank Mayo
Gov. Stanford (uncredited)
Frank Mayo was:
Mike Mazurki
Jake Kilrain (uncredited)
Mike Mazurki was:
Pat McKee
Callahan - Ticket Taker (uncredited)
Pat McKee was:
Wilmuth Merkyl
Headwaiter (uncredited)
Wilmuth Merkyl was:
Leo White
Headwaiter (uncredited)
Leo White was:
Jack Wise
Headwaiter (uncredited)
Jack Wise was:
Frank Moran
Spectator - Sullivan Fight (uncredited)
Frank Moran was:
Pat Moriarity
Spectator - Sullivan Fight (uncredited)
Pat Moriarity was:
Wedgwood Nowell
Broker (uncredited)
Wedgwood Nowell was:
Pat O'Malley
Detective (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley was:
Lee Phelps
Detective (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Emory Parnell
Dennis Simmons (uncredited)
Emory Parnell was:
Jack Roper
Donaldson (uncredited)
Jack Roper was:
Syd Saylor
Hansom Cab Driver (uncredited)
Syd Saylor was:
Edwin Stanley
Bank President McInnes (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley was:
Sammy Stein
Joe Choynski (uncredited)
Sammy Stein was:
Dan Tobey
Ring Announcer (uncredited)
Dan Tobey was:
Charlotte Treadway
Matron (uncredited)
Charlotte Treadway was:
Emmett Vogan
Stage Manager (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Charles C. Wilson
Gurney (uncredited)
Charles C. Wilson was:
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