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MAY ROBSON

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LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE (1932)
ONE MAN'S JOURNEY (1933)
GRAND OLD GIRL (1935)
STRANGERS ALL (1935)
RAINBOW ON THE RIVER (1936)
BRINGING UP BABY (1938)
NURSE EDITH CAVELL (1939)
THAT'S RIGHT YOU'RE WRONG (1939)
IRENE (1940)
PLAYMATES (1941)
JOAN OF PARIS (1942)

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LEX BARKER

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THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER (1947)
CROSSFIRE (1947)
UNDER THE TONTO RIM (1947)
DICK TRACY MEETS GRUESOME (1947)
BERLIN EXPRESS (1948)
THE VELVET TOUCH (1948)
MR. BLANDINGS BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE (1948)
RETURN OF THE BADMEN (1948)
TARZAN'S MAGIC FOUNTAIN (1949)
TARZAN AND THE SLAVE GIRL (1950)
TARZAN'S PERIL (1951)
TARZAN'S SAVAGE FURY (1952)
TARZAN AND THE SHE-DEVIL (1953)

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VIRGINIA VALE

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THREE SONS (1939)
MARSHAL OF MESA CITY (1939)
LEGION OF THE LAWLESS (1940)
BULLET CODE (1940)
PRAIRIE LAW (1940)
YOU CAN'T FOOL YOUR WIFE (1940)
MILLIONAIRES IN PRISON (1940)
STAGE TO CHINO (1940)
REPENT AT LEISURE (1941)
ROBBERS OF THE RANGE (1941)
UNEXPECTED UNCLE (1941)
THE GAY FALCON (1941)

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HAROLD PEARY

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LOOK WHO'S LAUGHING (1941)
HERE WE GO AGAIN (1942)
THE GREAT GILDERSLEEVE (1942)
GILDERSLEEVE'S BAD DAY (1943)
GILDERSLEEVE ON BROADWAY (1943)
GILDERSLEEVE'S GHOST (1944)

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JOAN FONTAINE

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QUALITY STREET (1937)
THE MAN WHO FOUND HIMSELF (1937)
YOU CAN'T BEAT LOVE (1937)
MUSIC FOR MADAME (1937)
A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS (1937)
MAID'S NIGHT OUT (1938)
BLONDE CHEAT (1938)
SKY GIANT (1938)
GUNGA DIN (1939)
SUSPICION (1941)
FROM THIS DAY FORWARD (1946)
BORN TO BE BAD (1950)
DECAMERON NIGHTS (1953)
BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT (1956)

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GEORGE SANDERS

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THE SAINT STRIKES BACK (1939)
NURSE EDITH CAVELL (1939)
ALLEGHENY UPRISING (1939)
THE SAINT IN LONDON (1939)
THE SAINT'S DOUBLE TROUBLE (1940)
THE SAINT TAKES OVER (1940)
THE SAINT IN PALM SPRINGS (1941)
THE GAY FALCON (1941)
A DATE WITH THE FALCON (1942)
THE FALCON TAKES OVER (1942)
THE FALCON'S BROTHER (1942)
THIS LAND IS MINE (1943)
ACTION IN ARABIA (1944)
WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS (1956)
DEATH OF A SCOUNDREL (1956)
FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON (1958)

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WENDY BARRIE

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LOVE ON A BET (1936)
PACIFIC LINER (1939)
THE SAINT STRIKES BACK (1939)
FIVE CAME BACK (1939)
THE SAINT TAKES OVER (1940)
CROSS COUNTRY ROMANCE (1940)
MEN AGAINST THE SKY (1940)
THE SAINT IN PALM SPRINGS (1941)
REPENT AT LEISURE (1941)
THE GAY FALCON (1941)
FOREVER AND A DAY (1943)

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5 hours ago, Ray Faiola said:

WINTERSET is an orphan film. RKO's rights expired decades ago. UCLA has 35mm nitrate and safety preservation materials. They had a screening some years ago. It took me years to finally acquire an original 16mm print. I would love to see TCM run material from UCLA but under whose auspices? Ugh.

Speaking of Paul Guilfoyle, when was announced at the CBS Upfront presentation, I was at the Tavern-on-the-Green afterparty and went up to greet Paul Guilfoyle. I welcomed him to the Network, told him how much I had enjoyed his work and that I was a huge fan of his father's work, especially his groundbreaking performance in WINTERSET. He nodded graciously and we both moved on to more gladhanding. Soon afterwards I was reading a newspaper article about CSI's Guilfoyle and it stated he was not related to the late American actor. In fact, the latter Guilfoyle was doing stage in New Jersey when he was greeted backstage by the (elder) Paul Guilfoyle Fan Club! Did I feel like a total jerk? YES!

Ray -

You are NOT ALONE!  I actually had a small bit in an episode of CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION.  I was hoping Paul Guilfoyle was going to be in my scene so I could talk to him about his famous relative.

I quickly found I was not in a scene with him but I knew he was working that day as I saw his name on the call sheet. When my scene was over I sought him out to tell him how much I enjoyed his father, or grandfather... I wasn't sure which. When I saw his trailer door was open I knocked and he came forward.

I apologized for bothering him. Told him I'd likely not have this chance again but wanted to talk to him about his father. Or was he your grandfather?

"I appreciate it but sorry to tell you we're not related." "Really? Huh! So sorry to have bothered you." "Not at all."  He was nothing if not very pleasant about the whole thing.

I was a little embarrassed and somewhat disappointed. I have some questions that will continue to go unanswered!

Yancey

 

 

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JOAN DIXON

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BUNCO SQUAD (1950)
EXPERIMENT ALCATRAZ (1950)
PISTOL HARVEST (1951)
GUNPLAY (1951)
LAW OF THE BADLANDS (1951)
ROADBLOCK (1951)
HOT LEAD (1951)
DESERT PASSAGE (1952)
I MARRIED A WOMAN (1958)

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GENE RAYMOND

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FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933)
HOORAY FOR LOVE (1935)
SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE (1935)
THE BRIDE WALKS OUT (1936)
WALKING ON AIR (1936)
LOVE ON A BET (1936)
SMARTEST GIRL IN TOWN (1936)
THAT GIRL FROM PARIS (1936)
THERE GOES MY GIRL (1937)
THE LIFE OF THE PARTY (1937)
SHE'S GOT EVERYTHING (1937)
CROSS COUNTRY ROMANCE (1940)
MR. AND MRS. SMITH (1941)
THE LOCKET (1946)

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BROWN AND CARNEY

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ADVENTURES OF A ROOKIE (1943)
ROOKIES IN BURMA (1943)
SEVEN DAYS ASHORE (1944)
STEP LIVELY (1944)
GIRL RUSH (1944)
ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY (1945)
RADIO STARS ON PARADE (1945)
GENIUS AT WORK (1946)

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LUPE VELEZ

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THE HALF-NAKED TRUTH (1932)
STRICTLY DYNAMITE (1934)
HIGH FLYERS (1937)
THE GIRL FROM MEXICO (1939)
MEXICAN SPITFIRE (1940)
MEXICAN SPITFIRE OUT WEST (1940)
THE MEXICAN SPITFIRE'S BABY (1941)
PLAYMATES (1941)
MEXICAN SPITFIRE AT SEA (1942)
MEXICAN SPITFIRE SEES A GHOST (1942)
MEXICAN SPITFIRE'S ELEPHANT (1942)
LADIES' DAY (1943)
MEXICAN SPITFIRE'S BLESSED EVENT (1943)

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MARGOT GRAHAME

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THE INFORMER (1935)
THE ARIZONIAN (1935)
THE THREE MUSKETEERS (1935)
MAKE WAY FOR A LADY (1936)
TWO IN THE DARK (1936)
NIGHT WAITRESS (1936)
CRIMINAL LAWYER (1937)
THE SOLDIER AND THE LADY (1937)
FIGHT FOR YOUR LADY (1937)

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BORIS KARLOFF

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CRACKED NUTS (1930)
YOUNG DONOVAN'S KID (1931)
THE PUBLIC DEFENDER (1931)
THE LOST PATROL (1934)
YOU'LL FIND OUT (1940)

THE BODY SNATCHER (1945)
ISLE OF THE DEAD (1945)
BEDLAM (1946)
DICK TRACY MEETS GRUESOME (1947)

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ANN MILLER

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NEW FACES OF 1937 (1937)
THE LIFE OF THE PARTY (1937)
STAGE DOOR (1938)
HAVING WONDERFUL TIME (1938)
ROOM SERVICE (1938)
RADIO CITY REVELS (1938)
TARNISHED ANGEL (1938)
TOO MANY GIRLS (1940)
TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY (1951)

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8 hours ago, yanceycravat said:

I was a little embarrassed and somewhat disappointed. I have some questions that will continue to go unanswered!

Yancey

 

I mean it's NOT a common name among actors!! Great story Yancey!

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JAMES CRAIG

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KITTY FOYLE (1940)
UNEXPECTED UNCLE (1941)
THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER (1941)
VALLEY OF THE SUN (1942)
SEVEN MILES FROM ALCATRAZ (1942)
DRUMS IN THE DEEP SOUTH (1951)
WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS (1956)

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HELEN WESTLEY

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ANNE OF GREEN GABLES (1934)
THE AGE OF INNOCENCE (1934)
CHASING YESTERDAY (1935)
CAPTAIN HURRICANE (1935)
ROBERTA (1935)
SUNNY (1941)
MY FAVORITE SPY (1942)

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TIM HOLT

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STELLA DALLAS (1937)
THE RENEGADE RANGER (1938)
THE LAW WEST OF TOMBSTONE (1938)
THE ROOKIE COP (1939)
THE GIRL AND THE GAMBLER (1939)
FIFTH AVENUE GIRL (1939)
LADDIE (1940)
SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON (1940)
WAGON TRAIN (1940)
THE FARGO KID (1940)
ALONG THE RIO GRANDE (1941)
ROBBERS OF THE RANGE (1941)
CYCLONE ON HORSEBACK (1941)
SIX GUN GOLD (1941)
THE BANDIT TRAIL (1941)
DUDE COWBOY (1941)
RIDING THE WIND (1942)
LAND OF THE OPEN RANGE (1942)
THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (1942)
COME ON DANGER (1942)
THUNDERING HOOFS (1942)
PIRATES OF THE PRAIRIE (1942)
BANDIT RANGER (1942)
RED RIVER ROBIN HOOD (1942)
THE AVENGING RIDER (1943)
HITLER'S CHILDREN (1943)
FIGHTING FRONTIER (1943)
SAGEBRUSH LAW (1943)
THUNDER MOUNTAIN (1947)
UNDER THE TONTO RIM (1947)
WILD HORSE MESA (1947)
WESTERN HERITAGE (1948)
THE ARIZONA RANGER (1948)
GUNS OF HATE (1948)
INDIAN AGENT (1948)
GUN SMUGGLERS (1948)
BROTHERS IN THE SADDLE (1949)
RUSTLERS (1949)
STAGECOACH KID (1949)
MASKED RAIDERS (1949)
THE MYSTERIOUS DESPERADO (1949)
DYNAMITE PASS (1950)
RIDERS OF THE RANGE (1950)
STORM OF WYOMING (1950)
BORDER TREASURE (1950)
RIDER FROM TUCSON (1950)
RIO GRANDE PATROL (1950)
SADDLE LEGION (1951)
LAW OF THE BADLANDS (1951)
GUNPLAY (1951)
HIS KIND OF WOMAN (1951)
HOT LEAD (1951)
PISTOL HARVEST (1951)
OVERLAND TELEGRAPH (1951)
TRAIL GUIDE (1952)
ROAD AGENT (1952)
TARGET (1952)
DESSERT PASSAGE (1952)

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