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Crime School (28-May-1938)

Director: Lewis Seiler

Writers: Crane Wilbur; Vincent Sherman

Music by: Max Steiner

Keywords: Drama, Dead End Kids

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Humphrey Bogart
Actor
25-Dec-1899 14-Jan-1957 Casablanca
Spencer Charters
Actor
25-Mar-1875 25-Jan-1943 Character actor
Gabriel Dell
Actor
8-Oct-1919 3-Jul-1988 Dead End Kid
Leo Gorcey
Actor
3-Jun-1917 2-Jun-1969 Bowery Boy
Huntz Hall
Actor
15-Aug-1919 30-Jan-1999 Dead End Kids
Billy Halop
Actor
11-Feb-1920 9-Nov-1976 Dead End Kid
Gale Page
Actor
23-Jul-1913 8-Jan-1983 Four Daughters
Paul Porcasi
Actor
1879 8-Aug-1946 Character actor, Broadway and film
Charles Trowbridge
Actor
10-Jan-1882 30-Oct-1967 The Great Lie

CAST

Humphrey Bogart   ...   Mark Braden
Gale Page   ...   Sue Warren
Billy Halop   ...   Frankie Warren
Bobby Jordan   ...   Squirt
Huntz Hall   ...   Goofy
Leo Gorcey   ...   Spike
Bernard Punsley   ...   Fats
Gabriel Dell   ...   Bugs
and
George Offerman, Jr.   ...   Red
Weldon Heyburn   ...   Cooper
Cy Kendall   ...   Morgan
Charles Trowbridge   ...   Judge Clinton
Spencer Charters   ...   Old Doctor
Donald Briggs   ...   New Doctor
Frank Jaquet   ...   Commissioner
Helen MacKellar   ...   Mrs. Burke
Al Bridge   ...   Mr. Burke
Sibyl Harris   ...   Mrs. Hawkins
Paul Porcasi   ...   Nick Papadopolos
Frank Otto   ...   Junkie
Edward Gargan   ...   Officer Hogan
James B. Carson   ...   Schwartz

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