Edward Earle was a Canadian-American stage and television actor. In a career which lasted from the early 1900s to 1966, he appeared in 400 films between 1914 and 1956, he was born in Toronto and died in Los Angeles, aged 90. Edward Earle on IMDb Edward Earle at Find a Grave
Carlos F. Borcosque
Carlos Francisco Borcosque Sánchez was a Chilean film director and screenwriter involved in the production of the Cinema of Argentina. He established Estudios Cinematográficos Borcosque in Santiago in 1922 and directed several Chilean silent movies before he moved to Hollywood in 1926 where he worked as a consultant on Latin-based movies, had a spell working for Paramount Pictures. Between 1922 and his death in 1965 Borcosque was responsible for directing and screenwriting simultaneously some 45 different feature films including the 1951 film El alma de los niños. Carlos F. Borcosque on IMDb
Corazón is a 1947 Argentine film directed by Carlos F. Borcosque and starring Narciso Ibáñez Menta. Narciso Ibáñez Menta Juan Carlos Barbieri Salvador Lotito Marcos Zucker Luis Zaballa Diana Ingro Carmen Llambí Félix Gil Juan Fontanals Enrique Lerós Juan Carlos Altavista Alberto Berco... Extra Diego Marcote Agustín Orrequia Corazón on IMDb
Edward Woods was an American actor. He is best known for his extensive role as Matt Doyle in The Public Enemy opposite James Cagney. An obituary from the Salt Lake City Tribune, dated October 10, 1989, names Woods' parents as Mary Clark and William B. Woods, mentions two brothers, Roy C. and William B. Woods. After graduating from the University of Southern California, Woods became an actor, he appeared at the old Salt Lake Theatre as Lionel Barrymore's teenage son. In New York City, he appeared in many successful Broadway productions began a movie career, he worked with Cary Grant, Greta Garbo, Jean Harlow, John Barrymore, Clark Gable. His most famous role was playing "Matt Doyle" opposite James Cagney's "Tom Powers" in The Public Enemy. Although he cast Woods in the lead role as Powers, director William Wellman switched Woods' role with Cagney's after viewing Cagney's electrifying performance in the dailies. In the sequences at the beginning of the film, the children's appearances are reversed because those scenes were filmed before the switch and the studio opted not to pay to refilm them, which has confused viewers since.
The studio had promised to make the role switch up to him with parts but reneged and dropped him when his contract expired. After his film acting career ended, Woods went into producing and theatrical management, working with the Schubert Organization and 20th Century Fox. During World War II, he worked with Warner Bros. star Ronald Reagan making training films for the U. S. Army, he retired in 1975, moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. Woods married Gabrielle Margery Morris, the couple had a daughter, Robin. Tortilla Flat, Jan 12, 1938 - Jan 1938 One Good Year, Nov 27, 1935 - Jun 1936 Houseparty, Sep 9, 1929 - Feb 1930 Zeppelin, Jan 14, 1929 - Mar 1929 Trapped, Sep 11, 1928 - Sep 1928 Speak Easy, Sep 26, 1927 - Nov 1927 Edward Woods on IMDb Edward Woods at the Internet Broadway Database
John Joseph Francis Mulhall was an American film actor beginning in the silent film era who transitioned to sound films, appearing in over 430 films in a career spanning 50 years. Mulhall was born in New York, he was one of six children born to a Scottish mother. He began helping with carnival acts. Before acting in films, Mulhall worked in legitimate theater, musical comedy, vaudeville, he worked as a model for magazine illustrators. His first film appearance was in The Fugitive. During the silent era, Mulhall was a popular screen player in the 1920s, he starred in such films as The Social Buccaneer, The Mad Whirl and We Moderns; some of his more prominent mid-career roles were in The Three Musketeers, Burn'Em Up Barnes and The Clutching Hand. He last appeared in a film in 1959. In the late 1940s, Mulhall joined a stage revue produced by Ken Murray. After that production ended in 1949, he went on to appear on television programs in the 1950s, his last television appearance was on 77 Sunset Strip.
After he left acting, Mulhall worked for the Screen Actors Guild as a contract negotiator until 1974. During the peak of his success in films, Mulhall bought "large land holdings in what is now Sherman Oaks in the San Fernando Valley." However, losses in the Great Depression wiped out his fortune. Mulhall's first wife was Bertha Vuillot, his second wife, Laura Brunton, committed suicide in 1921. In 1921, he married Evelyn Winans, they remained married until his death in 1979. In 1979, Mulhall died from congestive heart failure at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, California, he was 91. He was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in California. For his contributions to the motion picture industry, Mulhall received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1724 Vine Street, it was dedicated on February 8, 1960. Jack Mulhall on IMDb Jack Mulhall at the Internet Broadway Database Jack Mulhall at Find a Grave Jack Mulhall at Virtual History
Mientras haya un circo
Mientras haya un circo is a 1958 Argentine comedy film directed by Carlos F. Borcosque and starring Adrianita and Carlos Borsani. Adrianita Carlos Borsani Guillermo Longoni Mercedes Carreras Eber Lobato Nélida Lobato María Luisa Santés Carlos Gouthié Carlos Borcosque Oscar Orlegui Mientras haya un circo on IMDb
Mary Carr was an American film actress and was married to the actor William Carr. She appeared in 144 films between 1915 and 1956, she was given some of filmdoms plum mother roles in silent pictures Fox's 1920 Over the Hill to the Poorhouse, a great success. She was interred in Calvary Cemetery. Carr bore a strong resemblance to Lucy Beaumont, another famous character actress of the time who specialized in mother roles; as older actresses such as Mary Maurice and Anna Townsend passed on, still in her forties, seem to inherit all the granny roles in silent films. Mary Carr appeared on the 9 June 1954 episode of the radio quiz program "You Bet Your Life", hosted by comedian Groucho Marx; the Carrs' oldest son, died at two years of age. All of her children were involved in the film business. All of them appeared with her in Over the Hill, they are as follows: John Carr Stephen Carr Thomas Carr Rosemary Carr Maybeth Carr m. Pete Carpenter Marie Luella Carr Walsh Mary Carr at Find a Grave Mary Carr on IMDb Mary Carr at Virtual History