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Boys Town (8-Sep-1938)

Director: Norman Taurog

Writers: John Meehan; Dore Schary; Eleanore Griffin

Musical Score by: Edward Ward

Producer: John W. Considine, Jr.

Keywords: Drama, Biography

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jonathan Hale
Actor
21-Mar-1891 28-Feb-1966 J. C. Dithers
Henry Hull
Actor
3-Oct-1890 8-Mar-1977 Werewolf of London
Victor Kilian
Actor
6-Mar-1891 11-Mar-1979 Raymond Larkin on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Edward Norris
Actor
10-Mar-1911 18-Dec-2002 They Won't Forget
Gene Reynolds
Actor
4-Apr-1923   Child actor, later TV director/producer
Addison Richards
Actor
20-Oct-1887 22-Mar-1964 American character actor
Mickey Rooney
Actor
23-Sep-1920   Actor in Andy Hardy comedies, musicals
Spencer Tracy
Actor
5-Apr-1900 10-Jun-1967 Two consecutive Best Actor Oscars
Minor Watson
Actor
22-Dec-1889 28-Jul-1965 Guadalcanal Diary

CAST

Spencer Tracy   ...   Father Flanagan
Mickey Rooney   ...   Whitey Marsh
with
Henry Hull   ...   Dave Morris
Leslie Fenton   ...   Dan Farrow
Gene Reynolds   ...   Tony Ponessa
Edward Norris   ...   Joe Marsh
Addison Richards   ...   The Judge
Minor Watson   ...   The Bishop
Jonathan Hale   ...   John Hargraves
Bobs Watson   ...   Pee Wee
Martin Spellman   ...   Skinny
Mickey Rentschler   ...   Tommy Anderson
Frankie Thomas   ...   Freddie Fuller
Jimmy Butler   ...   Paul Ferguson
Sidney Miller   ...   Mo Kahn
Robert Emmett Keane   ...   Burton
Victor Kilian   ...   The Sheriff

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