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Poster of The Great McGinty

The Great McGinty

Release Date: Thursday, August 1 1940 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Brian DonlevyBrian Donlevy
Daniel 'Dan' McGinty
Brian Donlevy was:
Portrait of Muriel AngelusMuriel Angelus
Catharine McGinty
Muriel Angelus was:
Portrait of Akim TamiroffAkim Tamiroff
The Boss
Akim Tamiroff was:
Portrait of Allyn JoslynAllyn Joslyn
Allyn Joslyn was:
Portrait of William DemarestWilliam Demarest
Skeeters - The Politician
William Demarest was:
Portrait of Louis Jean HeydtLouis Jean Heydt
Tommy Thompson
Louis Jean Heydt was:
Portrait of Harry RosenthalHarry Rosenthal
Louie - The Boss' Bodyguard
Harry Rosenthal was:
Portrait of Arthur HoytArthur Hoyt
Mayor Wilfred H. Tillinghast
Arthur Hoyt was:
Portrait of Libby TaylorLibby Taylor
Bessy - The Maid
Libby Taylor was:
Portrait of Thurston HallThurston Hall
Mr. Maxwell
Thurston Hall was:
Portrait of Steffi DunaSteffi Duna
The Dancing Girl
Steffi Duna was:
Portrait of Esther HowardEsther Howard
Madame Juliette La Jolla
Esther Howard was:
Portrait of Frank MoranFrank Moran
The Boss' Chauffeur
Frank Moran was:
Portrait of Jimmy ConlinJimmy Conlin
The Lookout - At Felgman's
Jimmy Conlin was:
Portrait of Dewey RobinsonDewey Robinson
Benny Felgman
Dewey Robinson was:
Portrait of Donnie KerrDonnie Kerr
Donnie - Catherine's Boy, Age 4
Donnie Kerr was:
Portrait of Mary ThomasMary Thomas
Mary - Catherine's Girl, Age 6
Mary Thomas was:
Portrait of Drew RoddyDrew Roddy
Donnie - Catherine's Boy, Age 9
Drew Roddy was:
Portrait of Sheila SheldonSheila Sheldon
Mary - Catherine's Girl, Age 11
Sheila Sheldon was:
Portrait of George AndersonGeorge Anderson
Charlie - Cashier (uncredited)
George Anderson was:
Portrait of Sylvia AndrewSylvia Andrew
Bit Role (uncredited)
Sylvia Andrew was:
Portrait of William BenedictWilliam Benedict
Farm Boy (uncredited)
William Benedict was:
Portrait of Sammy BlumSammy Blum
Bartender (uncredited)
Sammy Blum was:
Portrait of Richard CarleRichard Carle
Dr. Jonas J. Jarvis - Card Player in Cantina (uncredited)
Richard Carle was:
Portrait of Ed CassidyEd Cassidy
Detective (uncredited)
Ed Cassidy was:
Portrait of Pauline DrakePauline Drake
Switchboard Operator (uncredited)
Pauline Drake was:
Portrait of William EdmundsWilliam Edmunds
Professor - Election Official at Gymnasium (uncredited)
William Edmunds was:
Portrait of Betty FarringtonBetty Farrington
Bit Role (uncredited)
Betty Farrington was:
Portrait of Byron FoulgerByron Foulger
Governor's Secretary (uncredited)
Byron Foulger was:
Portrait of Duke GreenDuke Green
Double (uncredited)
Duke Green was:
Portrait of Harry HaydenHarry Hayden
Poll Watcher at Barber Shop (uncredited)
Harry Hayden was:
Portrait of Lorimer JohnstonLorimer Johnston
Old Crack-Pot (uncredited)
Lorimer Johnston was:
Portrait of Charles McAvoyCharles McAvoy
Guard (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy was:
Portrait of Wanda McKayWanda McKay
Bit Role (uncredited)
Wanda McKay was:
Portrait of George MelfordGeorge Melford
Senior Senator (uncredited)
George Melford was:
Portrait of Charles R. MooreCharles R. Moore
McGinty's Valet (uncredited)
Charles R. Moore was:
Portrait of Bert MoorhouseBert Moorhouse
Saloon Extra (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse was:
Portrait of Paul NewlanPaul Newlan
Ugly Prisoner Demanding Quiet (uncredited)
Paul Newlan was:
Portrait of Enrique OronaEnrique Orona
Libertad, Mexican Boy (uncredited)
Enrique Orona was:
Portrait of Emory ParnellEmory Parnell
Policeman at Soup Kitchen (uncredited)
Emory Parnell was:
Portrait of Jean PhillipsJean Phillips
New Manicurist (uncredited)
Jean Phillips was:
Portrait of Victor PotelVictor Potel
Cook (uncredited)
Victor Potel was:
Portrait of C.L. SherwoodC.L. Sherwood
Guard at Jail (uncredited)
C.L. Sherwood was:
Portrait of Lee ShumwayLee Shumway
Mike - Cop (uncredited)
Lee Shumway was:
Portrait of Walter SoderlingWalter Soderling
Election Official at Laundry (uncredited)
Walter Soderling was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Guest at Election Celebration (uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Kay StewartKay Stewart
First Manicurist (uncredited)
Kay Stewart was:
Portrait of Dorothy VernonDorothy Vernon
Voting Registrar (uncredited)
Dorothy Vernon was:
Portrait of Bess WadeBess Wade
Bit Role (uncredited)
Bess Wade was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Opposition Speaker (uncredited)
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Pat WestPat West
Pappia Saunders - Bail Bondsman (uncredited)
Pat West was:
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