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E. Alyn Warren
Edward Alyn Warren
June 2, 1874
Richmond, Virginia, U.S.
|Died||January 22, 1940 65) (aged|
|Resting place||Chapel of the Pines Crematory|
Edward Alyn Warren (June 2, 1874 – January 22, 1940) was an American actor.  He appeared in more than 100 films between 1915 and 1940. In some early silent films he was credited as Fred Warren or E. A. Warren. He was born in Richmond, Virginia and died in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles. He died at the age of 65. 
|1915||Money||Antome Johanson||Film debut|
|1917||Mother O' Mine||Romeo Bonelli|
|The Mysterious Mr. Tiller||Rosario|
|The Silent Lady||Dr. Carlyle|
|1918||Mother o' Mine||Romeo Bonelli|
|The Wine Girl||Chico Piave|
|New Love For Old||Louis Bracchi|
|Her Only Way||Judge Hampton Bates|
|The Forbidden City||Wong Li|
|1919||The Fire Flingers||Chris Cotterill|
|Yvonne from Paris||Luigi|
|The Tiger Lily||Giovanni|
|1920||The Virgin of Stamboul||Yusef Bey|
|Twins of Suffering Creek||Scipio Jones|
|Outside the Law||Chang Lo|
|1921||A Tale of Two Worlds||Ah Wing|
|No Woman Knows||Rabbi Thalman|
|The Man Who|
|1922||The Truthful Liar||Peteer Vanetti|
|East Is West||Lo Sang Kee|
|1923||The Courtship of Miles Standish||Myles Standish|
|1925||The Unholy Three||Prosecuting Attorney|
|1926||The Truthful Liar||Peteer Vanetti|
|Born to the West||Sam Rudd|
|The Bells||Jethro Koweski/Baruch Koweski|
|Sweet Rosie O'Grady||Uncle Ben Shapiro|
|1927||The Opening Night||Robert Chandler|
|1928||The Trail of '98||Train Engineer|
|Red Wine||Jacks First Friend|
|1929||Chasing Through Europe||Louise Herriot|
|1930||Son of the Gods||Lee Ying|
|Prince of Diamonds||Li Fang|
|The Medicine Man||Goltz|
|Abraham Lincoln||Stephen A. Douglas/Ulysses S. Grant|
|Du Barry, Woman of Passion||Denys|
|East Is West||Lo Sang Kee|
|A Free Soul||Bottomley - Ace's Chinese Butler||Uncredited|
|Daughter of the Dragon||Lu Chung|
|Secret Service||General U.S. Grant|
|1932||The Hatchet Man||Soo Lat, The Cobbler|
|The Seventh Commandment||The Philosopher|
|The Washington Masquerade||Dr. Hyams||Uncredited|
|The Mask of Fu Manchu||Goy Lo Sung - Fu Manchu Messenger||Uncredited|
|1933||Smoke Lightning||Carter Blake|
|Tarzan the Fearless||Dr. Brooks|
|1934||The Cat and the Fiddle||Orchestra Leader||Uncredited|
|The Trumpet Blows||Stationmaster||Uncredited|
|Operator 13||Gen. Ulysses S. Grant||Uncredited|
|The Cat's-Paw||Tien Wang|
|Wagon Wheels||Abner Mosley, The Factor|
|Limehouse Blues||Ching Lee|
|The Mysterious Mr. Wong||Tsi Tung|
|1935||Chinatown Squad||John Yee|
|Get That Man||Jay Malone, Private Investigator|
|1936||I Conquer the Sea!||Sebastian|
|Revolt of the Zombies||Dr. Trevissant|
|Women Are Trouble||Joe Eldridge||Uncredited|
|1937||You Only Live Once||Prison Chef||Uncredited|
|Between Two Women||Dr. Owen||Uncredited|
|They Won't Forget||Carlisle P. Buxton|
|Double Wedding||Al - Desk Clerk||Uncredited|
|Night Club Scandal||Waiter||Uncredited|
|The Last Gangster||Country Club Caretaker||Uncredited|
|The Bad Man of Brimstone||George Emerson||Uncredited|
|1938||The Girl of the Golden West||Miner||Uncredited|
|Hold That Kiss||Sam||Uncredited|
|Three Comrades||Bookstore Owner||Uncredited|
|Port of Seven Seas||Captain Escartefigue|
|The Shining Hour||Leonard - Hannah's Servant||Uncredited|
|Dramatic School||Stage Manager - National Theater||Uncredited|
|The Girl Downstairs||Concierge||Uncredited|
|1939||North of Shanghai||Leader|
|Idiot's Delight||Clerk at Royal Grand Hotel||Uncredited|
|The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn||Mr. Shackleford||Uncredited|
|Tell No Tales||Sam - Janitor||Uncredited|
|Miracles for Sale||Dr. Hendricks - the Coroner||Uncredited|
|Those High Grey Walls||Convict||Uncredited|
|The Amazing Mr. Williams||Clerk|
|Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President||Father Reilly||Uncredited|
|Gone with the Wind||Frank Kennedy's Clerk||Uncredited|
|Broadway Melody of 1940||Pop||Uncredited|
James Francis Cagney Jr. was an American actor, dancer and film director. On stage and in film, Cagney was known for his consistently energetic performances, distinctive vocal style, and deadpan comic timing. He won acclaim and major awards for a wide variety of performances. He is remembered for playing multifaceted tough guys in films such as The Public Enemy (1931), Taxi! (1932), Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), The Roaring Twenties (1939), City for Conquest (1940) and White Heat (1949), finding himself typecast or limited by this reputation earlier in his career. He was able to negotiate dancing opportunities in his films and ended up winning the Academy Award for his role in the musical Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942). In 1999 the American Film Institute ranked him eighth among its list of greatest male stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood. Orson Welles described Cagney as "maybe the greatest actor who ever appeared in front of a camera".
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Smoke Lightning is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film directed by David Howard and written by Sidney D. Mitchell and Gordon Rigby. The film stars George O'Brien, Nell O'Day, Betsy King Ross, Frank Atkinson, Clarence Wilson and Morgan Wallace. It is based on the story "Cañon Walls" by Zane Grey. The film was released on February 17, 1933, by Fox Film Corporation.
Call of the Rockies is a 1944 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Smiley Burnette, Sunset Carson, Harry Woods, Kirk Alyn, Ellen Hall and Frank Jaquet. The film was released on July 14, 1944, by Republic Pictures.
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