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Poster of Torchy Gets Her Man

Torchy Gets Her Man

Release Date: Saturday, November 12 1938 (84 years ago)
Portrait of Glenda FarrellGlenda Farrell
Torchy Blane
Glenda Farrell was:
Portrait of Barton MacLaneBarton MacLane
Detective Steve McBride
Barton MacLane was:
Portrait of Tom KennedyTom Kennedy
Tom Kennedy was:
Portrait of Willard RobertsonWillard Robertson
Charles Gilbert
Willard Robertson was:
Portrait of Thomas E. JacksonThomas E. Jackson
Henchman Gloomy (as Tommy Jackson)
Thomas E. Jackson was:
Portrait of George GuhlGeorge Guhl
Desk Sergeant Graves
George Guhl was:
Portrait of Frank ReicherFrank Reicher
The Professor - Henchman
Frank Reicher was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
Henchman Bugs
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Joe CunninghamJoe Cunningham
Joe Cunningham was:
Portrait of Herbert RawlinsonHerbert Rawlinson
Tom Brennan
Herbert Rawlinson was:
Portrait of Nat CarrNat Carr
Mr. Schmidt (uncredited)
Nat Carr was:
Portrait of Loia CheaneyLoia Cheaney
Marie - Gang Moll (uncredited)
Loia Cheaney was:
Portrait of Alice ConnorsAlice Connors
Newspaper Office Worker (uncredited)
Alice Connors was:
Portrait of Jack A. GoodrichJack A. Goodrich
Bettor (uncredited)
Jack A. Goodrich was:
Portrait of John HarronJohn Harron
John Wilkins (uncredited)
John Harron was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Bettor on #9 (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of Edward KeaneEdward Keane
Henchman Stoneham (uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Portrait of Vera LewisVera Lewis
Woman at Schmidt's Pet Store (uncredited)
Vera Lewis was:
Portrait of Greta MeyerGreta Meyer
Mrs. Schmidt (uncredited)
Greta Meyer was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Police Officer Shane (uncredited)
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Edward RaquelloEdward Raquello
Henchman Gonzales (uncredited)
Edward Raquello was:
Portrait of Bob ReevesBob Reeves
Man at Station (uncredited)
Bob Reeves was:
Portrait of Edwin RochelleEdwin Rochelle
Racetrack Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Police Officer O'Brien (uncredited)
Cliff Saum was:
Portrait of Frank ShannonFrank Shannon
Police Captain McTavish (uncredited)
Frank Shannon was:
Portrait of Jack WiseJack Wise
Laughing Bystander (uncredited)
Jack Wise was:
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