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Poster of Torchy Blane in Chinatown

Torchy Blane in Chinatown

Release Date: Thursday, February 2 1939 (84 years ago)
Portrait of Glenda FarrellGlenda Farrell
Torchy Blane
Glenda Farrell was:
Portrait of Barton MacLaneBarton MacLane
Det. Lt. Steve 'Mac' McBride
Barton MacLane was:
Portrait of Tom KennedyTom Kennedy
Det. Sgt. Gahagan
Tom Kennedy was:
Portrait of Henry O'NeillHenry O'Neill
Sen. H. Baldwin
Henry O'Neill was:
Portrait of Patric KnowlesPatric Knowles
Capt. Condon
Patric Knowles was:
Portrait of James StephensonJames Stephenson
Dr. Mansfield
James Stephenson was:
Portrait of Janet ShawJanet Shaw
Janet Baldwin
Janet Shaw was:
Portrait of Frank ShannonFrank Shannon
Police Capt. McTavish
Frank Shannon was:
Portrait of George GuhlGeorge Guhl
Desk Sergeant
George Guhl was:
Portrait of Anderson LawlerAnderson Lawler
Allan Fitzhugh
Anderson Lawler was:
Portrait of Richard BondRichard Bond
Richard Staunton
Richard Bond was:
Portrait of Eddy ChandlerEddy Chandler
State Police Captain
Eddy Chandler was:
Portrait of Alice ConnorsAlice Connors
Maid (uncredited)
Alice Connors was:
Portrait of Joe CunninghamJoe Cunningham
Editor Maxie (uncredited)
Joe Cunningham was:
Portrait of Bud GearyBud Geary
Trooper (uncredited)
Bud Geary was:
Portrait of Sol GorssSol Gorss
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Sol Gorss was:
Portrait of Roger GrayRoger Gray
Cemetery Gateman (uncredited)
Roger Gray was:
Portrait of John HarronJohn Harron
Chauffeur (uncredited)
John Harron was:
Portrait of Gordon HartGordon Hart
Minister (uncredited)
Gordon Hart was:
Portrait of Charles H. HickmanCharles H. Hickman
Officer Mike, at car crash (uncredited)
Charles H. Hickman was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Club Member / Party Guest (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of Tetsu KomaiTetsu Komai
Lem Kee (uncredited)
Tetsu Komai was:
Portrait of Eddie LeeEddie Lee
Chinese Waiter (uncredited)
Eddie Lee was:
Portrait of Vera LewisVera Lewis
Dowager (uncredited)
Vera Lewis was:
Portrait of Frank MayoFrank Mayo
Officer (uncredited)
Frank Mayo was:
Portrait of Bruce MitchellBruce Mitchell
Officer Tim, at car crash (uncredited)
Bruce Mitchell was:
Portrait of Edmund MortimerEdmund Mortimer
Dowager's Husband (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Bill (uncredited)
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Paul PanzerPaul Panzer
Store Clerk (uncredited)
Paul Panzer was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Detective (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Fred RapportFred Rapport
Man at Funeral (uncredited)
Fred Rapport was:
Portrait of John J. RichardsonJohn J. Richardson
Party Guest (uncredited)
John J. Richardson was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
Officer (uncredited)
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Detective Larry (uncredited)
Cliff Saum was:
Portrait of Leo WhiteLeo White
Waiter (uncredited)
Leo White was:
Portrait of Eric WiltonEric Wilton
Butler (uncredited)
Eric Wilton was:
Portrait of Jack WiseJack Wise
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jack Wise was:
Portrait of Beal WongBeal Wong
Chinese Entertainer (uncredited)
Beal Wong was:
Portrait of Victor Sen YungVictor Sen Yung
Chinese Entertainer with Sword
Victor Sen Yung was:
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