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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Royal Bed (1931) Crown Prince William
2.
 Conspiracy (1930) John Howell
3.
 Half Shot at Sunrise (1930) Lieut. Jim Reed
4.
 The Cuckoos (1930) Billy
5.
 Midnight Mystery (1930) Gregory Sloane
6.
 The Pay Off (1930) Rocky
7.
 Night Parade (1929) Bobby Murray
8.
 The Very Idea (1929) Joe Garvin
9.
 Love in the Desert (1929) Bob Winslow
10.
 Her Summer Hero (1928) Kenneth Holmes
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Tony Scott ( 2006-03-13 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Born: Hugh Edwin Trevor-Thomas, October 28, 1930 Yonkers, NY
Died: November 10, 1933 Los Angeles, CA

Tony Scott ( 2006-03-13 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Trevor attended Harvard and Columbia Universities and his film career started in 1927 when he visited actor Richard Dix with the hope of selling him an insurance policy. Dix arranged for a screen test for the handsome insurance agent and the rest, as they say, is history. In 1931, Trevor retired from films and entered the insurance business with James Ryan. Their firm operated out of Hollywood and catered to film people. Trevor died from an appendicitis operation he'd received in October 1933.

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