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Poster of The Earl of Chicago

The Earl of Chicago

Release Date: Friday, January 5 1940 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Robert MontgomeryRobert Montgomery
Robert Kilmount
Robert Montgomery was:
Portrait of Edward ArnoldEdward Arnold
Quentin 'Doc' Ramsey
Edward Arnold was:
Portrait of Reginald OwenReginald Owen
Gervase Gonwell
Reginald Owen was:
Portrait of Edmund GwennEdmund Gwenn
Munsey, the Butler
Edmund Gwenn was:
Portrait of E. E. CliveE. E. Clive
Mr. Redwood
E. E. Clive was:
Portrait of Ronald SinclairRonald Sinclair
Master Gerald Kilmount
Ronald Sinclair was:
Portrait of Norma VardenNorma Varden
Maureen Kilmount
Norma Varden was:
Portrait of Halliwell HobbesHalliwell Hobbes
Lord Chancellor
Halliwell Hobbes was:
Portrait of Ian WolfeIan Wolfe
Reading Clerk (as Ian Wulf)
Ian Wolfe was:
Portrait of Peter GodfreyPeter Godfrey
Judson
Peter Godfrey was:
Portrait of Billy BevanBilly Bevan
Castle Guide
Billy Bevan was:
Portrait of Lowden AdamsLowden Adams
Floor Waiter (uncredited)
Lowden Adams was:
Portrait of Harry AllenHarry Allen
Mayor (uncredited)
Harry Allen was:
Portrait of Radford AllenRadford Allen
Boy (uncredited)
Radford Allen was:
Portrait of George AndersonGeorge Anderson
Prison Guard (uncredited)
George Anderson was:
Portrait of Jimmy AubreyJimmy Aubrey
Cockney (uncredited)
Jimmy Aubrey was:
Portrait of Frank BakerFrank Baker
Policeman (uncredited)
Frank Baker was:
Portrait of Barbara BedfordBarbara Bedford
Ramsey's Secretary Martha Jackson (uncredited)
Barbara Bedford was:
Portrait of Vangie BeilbyVangie Beilby
Old Maid (uncredited)
Vangie Beilby was:
Portrait of Frank BensonFrank Benson
Sexton (uncredited)
Frank Benson was:
Portrait of Art Berry Sr.Art Berry Sr.
Seedsman (uncredited)
Art Berry Sr. was:
Portrait of Ted BillingsTed Billings
Townsman Outside House of Lords (uncredited)
Ted Billings was:
Portrait of Gladys BlakeGladys Blake
'Babe', Silken Legs (uncredited)
Gladys Blake was:
Portrait of Barlowe BorlandBarlowe Borland
Fingal (uncredited)
Barlowe Borland was:
Portrait of Matthew BoultonMatthew Boulton
Ickerton (uncredited)
Matthew Boulton was:
Portrait of John BurtonJohn Burton
Clerk (uncredited)
John Burton was:
Portrait of David ClydeDavid Clyde
Hanger-on (uncredited)
David Clyde was:
Portrait of James ConatyJames Conaty
Lord (uncredited)
James Conaty was:
Portrait of Bob CoreyBob Corey
Fisherman (uncredited)
Bob Corey was:
Portrait of Alec CraigAlec Craig
Fingal's Son (uncredited)
Alec Craig was:
Portrait of Sayre DearingSayre Dearing
Gunman in Card Game (uncredited)
Sayre Dearing was:
Portrait of David DunbarDavid Dunbar
Plowman (uncredited)
David Dunbar was:
Portrait of Paul EnglandPaul England
Chief Constable (uncredited)
Paul England was:
Portrait of Henry FlynnHenry Flynn
Villager (uncredited)
Henry Flynn was:
Portrait of Colonel FordColonel Ford
Villager (uncredited)
Colonel Ford was:
Portrait of William HaadeWilliam Haade
Crapshooter (uncredited)
William Haade was:
Portrait of Alec HarfordAlec Harford
Mr. Dell (uncredited)
Alec Harford was:
Portrait of Sam HarrisSam Harris
Lord (uncredited)
Sam Harris was:
Portrait of Holmes HerbertHolmes Herbert
Sergeant-at-Arms (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert was:
Portrait of Harold HowardHarold Howard
Fisherman (uncredited)
Harold Howard was:
Portrait of Kenneth HunterKenneth Hunter
Lord Tyrmanell (uncredited)
Kenneth Hunter was:
Portrait of Olaf HyttenOlaf Hytten
Hodges (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten was:
Portrait of Ellis IrvingEllis Irving
Russell (uncredited)
Ellis Irving was:
Portrait of Boyd IrwinBoyd Irwin
Presiding Magistrate (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin was:
Portrait of Gladden JamesGladden James
Silky's Secretary (uncredited)
Gladden James was:
Portrait of P.J. KellyP.J. Kelly
Hanger-on (uncredited)
P.J. Kelly was:
Portrait of Colin KennyColin Kenny
Sergeant (uncredited)
Colin Kenny was:
Portrait of Claude KingClaude King
Yeoman Usher (uncredited)
Claude King was:
Portrait of Leyton LeeLeyton Lee
Adjutant (uncredited)
Leyton Lee was:
Portrait of Miles ManderMiles Mander
Attorney General (uncredited)
Miles Mander was:
Portrait of Eddie MarrEddie Marr
Kilmount Salesman with Gun (uncredited)
Eddie Marr was:
Portrait of Harold MillerHarold Miller
House of Lords Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Harold Miller was:
Portrait of Edmund MortimerEdmund Mortimer
Lord (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer was:
Portrait of Leonard MudieLeonard Mudie
Mr. Allington (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie was:
Portrait of Arthur MullinerArthur Mulliner
Mr. Brackton (uncredited)
Arthur Mulliner was:
Portrait of Forbes MurrayForbes Murray
Diplomat (uncredited)
Forbes Murray was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Turnkey (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Nora PerryNora Perry
Receptionist (uncredited)
Nora Perry was:
Portrait of Tempe PigottTempe Pigott
Mrs. Oakes (uncredited)
Tempe Pigott was:
Portrait of 'Snub' Pollard'Snub' Pollard
Townsman (uncredited)
'Snub' Pollard was:
Portrait of John PowerJohn Power
Tourist (uncredited)
John Power was:
Portrait of Yvonne SevernYvonne Severn
Village Girl (uncredited)
Yvonne Severn was:
Portrait of Ivan F. SimpsonIvan F. Simpson
Hargraves (uncredited)
Ivan F. Simpson was:
Portrait of William StackWilliam Stack
Coroner (uncredited)
William Stack was:
Portrait of Ralph StockRalph Stock
Constable (uncredited)
Ralph Stock was:
Portrait of Zeffie TilburyZeffie Tilbury
Miss Nana (uncredited)
Zeffie Tilbury was:
Portrait of Anthony WardeAnthony Warde
Kilmount Salesman (uncredited)
Anthony Warde was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Clerk at Parliament (uncredited)
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Ben WebsterBen Webster
Gaffer Oakes (uncredited)
Ben Webster was:
Portrait of Ben WeldenBen Welden
Silky's Driver (uncredited)
Ben Welden was:
Portrait of Frederick WorlockFrederick Worlock
Lord Elfie (uncredited)
Frederick Worlock was:
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