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This set of pages is dedicated to the actors who played only one time, in a supporting role, in a Tyrone Power film. Some of these actors were often lead actors in other Hollywood films. Others were usually character actors.

pictured at left, Lionel Atwill and Tyrone Power, in a scene from Johnny Apollo.

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Harry Morgan

Born
April 10, 1915, Detroit, Michigan

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Crash Dive (1943) .... Brownie (as Henry Morgan)

Film career spanned
1942-1999





Other Movies
To the Shores of Tripoli (1942)
The Big Clock (1948)
All My Sons (1948)
Dark City (1950)

A Few Other Credits (Television)
M*A*S*H (won Emmy in 1980 for supporting role)
The Love Boat (several guest appearances between 1978-1985)
The Richard Boone Show (many guest appearances 1963-1964)




Hobart Cavanaugh

Born
September 22, 1886, Virginia City, Nevada

Died
April 27, 1950, Woodland Hills, California

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Rose of Washington Square (1939) .... Whitey Boone



Film career spanned
1928-1950

Other Movies
Captain Blood (1935)>Wife vs. Secretary (1936)
Black Angel (1946)
A Letter to Three Wives (1949)


A Few Stage Credits (Broadway)
Irene (1919)
Sweet Mystery of Life (1935)
As the Girls Go (1948)




Jack Haley

Born
August 10, 1898, Boston, Massachusetts

Died
June 6, 1979, Los Angeles, California (heart attack)

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) .... Davey Lane

Film career spanned
1927-1974

Other Movies
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938)
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Navy Blues (1941)
Moon Over Miami (1941)

A Few Stage Credits (Broadway)
Round the Town (1924)
Take a Chance (1942)
Inside U.S.A. (1948




James Gleason

Born
May 23, 1882, New York, New York

Died
April 12, 1959, Woodland Hills, California (Asthma)

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Crash Dive (1943) .... Chief 'Mac' McDonnell

Film career spanned
1922-1959

Other Movies
Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941)
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945)
What Price Glory (1952)
The Night of the Hunter (1955)

A Few Stage Credits (Broadway)
The Pretty Mrs. Smith (1914)
The Deep Tangled Wildwood (1923)
The Shannons of Broadway (1927)




J. Carrol Naish

Born
January 21, 1897, New York, New York

Died
January 24, 1973, La Jolla, California (emphysema)

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Blood and Sand (1941) .... Garabato

Film career spanned
1930-1971




Other Movies
Sahara (1943)
House of Frankenstein (1944)
A Medal for Benny (1945)
Annie Get Your Gun (1950)

Stage Credits (had only two Broadway credits)
The Crooks' Convention (1929)
A View From the Bridge (1955)




John Barrymore

Born
February 14, 1882, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Died
May 29, 1942, Los Angeles, California (pneumonia/cirrhosis of the liver)

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Marie Antoinette (1938) .... King Louis XV

Film career spanned
1912-1941


Other Movies
Grand Hotel (1932)
Dinner at Eight (1933)
Maytime (1937)
Midnight (1939)

A Few Stage Credits (Broadway)
The Dictator (1904)
The Jest (1919)
My Dear Children (1940)




Karl Malden

Born
March 22, 1912, Gary, Indiana

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Diplomatic Courier (1952) .... Ernie

Film career spanned
1940-1995




Other Movies
Kiss of Death (1947)
A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
On the Waterfront (1954)
The Cincinnati Kid (1965)

A Few Stage Credits (Broadway)
Golden Boy (1937)
Winged Victory (1943)
Desire Under the Elms (1952)




leon ames

Born
January 20, 1902, Portland, Indiana

Died
October 12, 1993, Laguna Beach, California (stroke)

Filmography

Movie with Ty
Suez (1938) .... Louis Napoleon

Film career spanned
1931-1986



Other Movies
Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)
They Were Expendable (1945)
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
The Absent Minded Professor (1961)

A Few Stage Credits (Broadway)
Bright Honor (1936)
The Land Is Bright (1941)
The Russian People (1942)



Please note: The Broadway dates refer to the starting date. Some productions lasted just a few performances; others could have run two or three years.

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