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The Crowd Roars (5-Aug-1938)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: George Bruce; Thomas Lennon; George Oppenheimer

Keywords: Sports Drama, Boxing

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Arnold
Actor
18-Feb-1890 26-Apr-1956 You Can't Take It With You
William Gargan
Actor
17-Jul-1905 17-Feb-1979 Martin Kane, Private Eye
J. Farrell MacDonald
Actor
14-Apr-1875 2-Aug-1952 My Darling Clementine
Frank Morgan
Actor
1-Jun-1890 18-Sep-1949 The Wizard of Oz
Maureen O'Sullivan
Actor
17-May-1911 28-Jun-1998 A Day at the Races
Nat Pendleton
Actor
9-Aug-1895 12-Oct-1967 At the Circus
Gene Reynolds
Actor
4-Apr-1923   Child actor, later TV director/producer
Lionel Stander
Actor
11-Jan-1908 30-Nov-1994 Chauffer Max on Hart to Hart
Robert Taylor
Actor
5-Aug-1911 8-Jun-1969 Quo Vadis
Jane Wyman
Actor
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest

CAST

Robert Taylor   ...   Tommy McCoy
Edward Arnold   ...   Jim Cain
Frank Morgan   ...   Brian McCoy
Maureen O'Sullivan   ...   Sheila Carson
William Gargan   ...   Johnny Martin
Lionel Stander   ...   Happy Lane
Jane Wyman   ...   Vivian
Nat Pendleton   ...   Pug Walsh
Charles D. Brown   ...   Bill Thorne
Gene Reynolds   ...   Tommy McCoy (as child)
Don "Red" Barry   ...   Pete Mariola
Donald Douglas   ...   Murray
Isabel Jewell   ...   Mrs. Martin
J. Farrell MacDonald   ...   Fr. Patrick Ryan

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