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Poster of China Clipper

China Clipper

Release Date: Tuesday, August 11 1936 (86 years ago)
Portrait of Pat O’BrienPat O’Brien
Dave Logan
Pat O’Brien was:
Portrait of Beverly RobertsBeverly Roberts
Jean Logan
Beverly Roberts was:
Portrait of Ross AlexanderRoss Alexander
Tom Collins
Ross Alexander was:
Portrait of Humphrey BogartHumphrey Bogart
Hap Stuart
Humphrey Bogart was:
Portrait of Marie WilsonMarie Wilson
Sunny Avery
Marie Wilson was:
Portrait of Joseph CrehanJoseph Crehan
Jim Horn
Joseph Crehan was:
Portrait of Joe KingJoe King
Mr. Pierson
Joe King was:
Portrait of Addison RichardsAddison Richards
Mr. B.C. Hill
Addison Richards was:
Portrait of Ruth RobinsonRuth Robinson
Mother Brunn
Ruth Robinson was:
Portrait of Henry B. WalthallHenry B. Walthall
Dad Brunn
Henry B. Walthall was:
Portrait of Carlyle Moore Jr.Carlyle Moore Jr.
Radio Operator on Clipper
Carlyle Moore Jr. was:
Portrait of Lyle MoraineLyle Moraine
Co-Pilot on Clipper
Lyle Moraine was:
Portrait of Dennis MooreDennis Moore
Engineer on Clipper
Dennis Moore was:
Portrait of Wayne MorrisWayne Morris
Navigator on Clipper
Wayne Morris was:
Portrait of Alexander CrossAlexander Cross
Bill Andrews
Alexander Cross was:
Portrait of William WrightWilliam Wright
William Wright was:
Portrait of Kenneth HarlanKenneth Harlan
Department of Commerce Inspector
Kenneth Harlan was:
Portrait of Anne NagelAnne Nagel
Anne Nagel was:
Portrait of Marjorie WeaverMarjorie Weaver
Marjorie Weaver was:
Portrait of Milburn StoneMilburn Stone
Radio Operator
Milburn Stone was:
Portrait of Owen KingOwen King
Radio Operator
Owen King was:
Portrait of Irving BaconIrving Bacon
Charlie - the Janitor (uncredited)
Irving Bacon was:
Portrait of George BerangerGeorge Beranger
Waiter (uncredited)
George Beranger was:
Portrait of John ButlerJohn Butler
Second Commerce Inspector (uncredited)
John Butler was:
Portrait of Glen CavenderGlen Cavender
Pan American Union Waiter (uncredited)
Glen Cavender was:
Portrait of Joe CunninghamJoe Cunningham
Jack - a Weatherman (uncredited)
Joe Cunningham was:
Portrait of Hal K. DawsonHal K. Dawson
Airplane Designer (uncredited)
Hal K. Dawson was:
Portrait of Ralph DunnRalph Dunn
Plane Announcer at Miami Airport (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn was:
Portrait of Bill ElliottBill Elliott
Pilot (uncredited)
Bill Elliott was:
Portrait of Frank FaylenFrank Faylen
Weatherman (uncredited)
Frank Faylen was:
Portrait of Jonathan HaleJonathan Hale
State Department Official (uncredited)
Jonathan Hale was:
Portrait of Jack HatfieldJack Hatfield
Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Hatfield was:
Portrait of Milton KibbeeMilton Kibbee
Mechanic (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Portrait of Shirley LloydShirley Lloyd
Eadie - Horn's Secretary (uncredited)
Shirley Lloyd was:
Portrait of John MarstonJohn Marston
Airplane Designer (uncredited)
John Marston was:
Portrait of Walter MillerWalter Miller
Instructor (uncredited)
Walter Miller was:
Portrait of Thomas PogueThomas Pogue
Key West Speaker (uncredited)
Thomas Pogue was:
Portrait of Georges RenaventGeorges Renavent
Pan American Union Speaker (uncredited)
Georges Renavent was:
Portrait of John Graham SpaceyJohn Graham Spacey
Australian Broadcaster (uncredited)
John Graham Spacey was:
Portrait of Edwin StanleyEdwin Stanley
Airplane Designer (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley was:
Portrait of Houseley StevensonHouseley Stevenson
Doctor (uncredited)
Houseley Stevenson was:
Portrait of Harland TuckerHarland Tucker
Airplane Designer (uncredited)
Harland Tucker was:
Portrait of Guy UsherGuy Usher
State Department Official (uncredited)
Guy Usher was:
Portrait of Emmett VoganEmmett Vogan
Airplane Designer (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Portrait of Pierre WatkinPierre Watkin
Secretary of State (uncredited)
Pierre Watkin was:
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