Morgan Conway


Actor

About

Birth Place
Newark, New Jersey, USA
Born
March 16, 1903
Died
November 16, 1981

Biography

Morgan Conway was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Conway's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Happy Landing" (1934), "Illegal Traffic" (1938) and "Nurse From Brooklyn" (1938). He also appeared in the drama "Sinners in Paradise" (1938) with Madge Evans, "Blackwell's Island" (1939) and "Charlie Chan in Reno" (1939). His passion for actin...

Biography

Morgan Conway was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Conway's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as "Happy Landing" (1934), "Illegal Traffic" (1938) and "Nurse From Brooklyn" (1938). He also appeared in the drama "Sinners in Paradise" (1938) with Madge Evans, "Blackwell's Island" (1939) and "Charlie Chan in Reno" (1939). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Secret Service of the Air" (1939), "Television Spy" (1939) and "Brother Orchid" (1940) with Edward G Robinson. He also appeared in "The Saint Takes Over" (1940) with George Sanders, the comedy "Three Cheers For the Irish" (1940) with Thomas Mitchell and the William Gargan adventure "A Desperate Chance For Ellery Queen" (1942). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "Bells of Capistrano" (1942), "Sing Your Worries Away" (1942) and the adventure "Jack London" (1943) with Michael O'Shea. He also appeared in "Tornado" (1943), "Dick Tracy" (1945) and the western "Badman's Territory" (1946) with Randolph Scott. Conway last acted in "Dick Tracy Vs. Cueball" (1946). Conway passed away in November 1981 at the age of 78.

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Brother Orchid (1940) - Who's Your Boss? Returned from five years abroad, gangster Little John (Edward G. Robinson) is greeted warmly at first by Jack (Humphrey Bogart) and henchmen (Morgan Conway, Richard Lane, Paul Guilfoyle, John Ridgely), in Brother Orchid, 1940.
Blackwell's Island (1939) - I'm Studying My Ants Quirky mobster Bull (Stanley Fields) playing with pets and his moll (Peggy Shannon) receives brash reporter Hayden (John Garfield) who’s not backing down, crooked pol Cardigan (Morgan Conway) near the end, in Blackwell’s Island, 1939, story and screenplay by Crane Wilbur.
Dick Tracy Vs. Cueball - You Dirty Stoolie! Dick (Morgan Conway) and sidekick Pat (Lyle Latell) tail nefarious antique dealer Percival Priceless (Douglas Walton) to the "Dripping Dagger" where Cueball (Dick Wessel) awaits, Dick interviewing Flora (Esther Howard) until action ensues, in Dick Tracy Vs. Cueball, 1946.
Dick Tracy (1945) - Must Be The Fuse First appearance for both Jane Greer (as "Judith") and Mike Mazurki (as "Splitface"), as Dick (Morgan Conway) and girlfriend Tess (Anne Jeffreys) visit first Jane's dad's restaurant, then his house where the villain lurks, in RKO's Dick Tracy, 1945.
Dick Tracy (1945) - Only A Fiend Sidekick Pat (Lyle Latell) leads us to the first appearance of Morgan Conway (title character) as he grills a suspect (Tom Noonan), blows off his gal Tess (Anne Jeffreys), and meets the murder witness (Tanis Chandler), in Dick Tracy, 1945.
Dick Tracy (1945) - Blood Drips From Two Dick (Morgan Conway) reaches the roof of the house into which his suspect fled, meeting star-gazing "professor" Starling (Trevor Bardette), whom he interrogates until fellow cops led by Pat (Lyle Latell) arrive, in Dick Trach, 1945.
Sing Your Worries Away - My Uncle Nancy Daffy songwriter Chow (Bert Lahr) visits hat-check girl Bebe (Patsy Kelly), boss Chesty (Morgan Conway) and his cousin the cigarette girl Carol (Dorothy Lovett) at the night club in Sing Your Worries Away, 1942.

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