Jane Bryan

Jane Bryan


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Kid Galahad (1937) -- (Movie Clip) He Used To Be A Farmer Harry Carey as trainer Silver has been sent by the girlfriend of his promoter boss (Bette Davis and Edward G. Robinson, not seen here) to hide novice prize-fighter Ward (Wayne Morris, title character) with Edward G’s mom (Soledad Jimenez) and, not previously mentioned, kid sister Marie (Jane Bryan), Michael Curtiz directing, in Warner Bros.’ Kid Galahad, 1937.
Marked Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) How Do You Entertain These Men? Prosecutor Graham (Humphrey Bogart) gets the I-D from night-club hostess Mary (Bette Davis), who's worried about what her kid sister (Jane Bryan) in the gallery will think, then defends her against the attorney (Raymond Hatton) for mobster Vanning (Eduardo Cianelli), in Marked Woman, 1937.
Brother Rat (1938) -- (Movie Clip) An All-Around Man Big reveal here as we find out why Virginia Military Institute cadet and star pitcher Bing (Eddie Albert, in his first picture, in a role he originated on Broadway) has been so anxious for the arrival of his girl Kate (Jane Bryan) before the big game weekend, and she has a big surprise, in the Warner Bros’ hit Brother Rat, 1938.
Slight Case Of Murder, A (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Douglas Fairbanks Rosenbloom Ex-bootlegger turned legit-but-broke brewer Marko (Edward G. Robinson) visiting his "alma-mater" orphanage, Margaret Hamilton in charge, collecting his annual summer adopt-ee, (Bobby Jordan), in A Slight Case Of Murder, 1938, from the Damon Runyon and Howard Lindsay play.
Each Dawn I Die (1939) -- (Movie Clip) We'll Take Off The Gloves James Cagney (as reporter Frank Ross) in the rain witnesses a white-collar crime, then sells the story to editor Patterson (Selmer Jackson) in the opening scenes of Each Dawn I Die, 1939.
Marked Woman -- (Movie Clip) Open, Johnny Opening credits and first scene entering the "Club Intime," as gangster Johnny (Eduardo Cianelli) moves in, from Marked Woman, 1937, starring Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart.