Billy Halop


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Billy Halop

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Crime School - Movie Posters
Here are a few original release American movie posters for Warner Bros' Crime School (1938), starring Humphrey Bogart and The Dead End Kids.

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Fitzwilly (1967) - I'm Not Your Social Equal With her not knowing he’s hitting on her to cause her to quit her job, or that he’s more a scam artist than butler, or that it’s all to support their eccentric and broke mutual employer, Dick Van Dyke and college-gal/secretary Juliet (Barbara Feldon) visit a restaurant run by Billy Halop, in the Mirisch company’s Fitzwilly, 1967.
Mister Buddwing (1966) - Wanna Be A Trophy? One hour and thirteen minutes into the picture, the first appearance for second-billed Jean Simmons, with James Garner, the amnesiac title character, not sure he wants to be picked up for a scavenger hunt, in Mister Buddwing, 1966.
Blues In The Night (1941) - Hang On To Your Lids! Travel montage to jazz band in a freight car, Priscilla Lane (as "Character"), Elia Kazan (the future famous director) on clarinet, Jack Carson on trumpet, Richard Whorf (also later a prominent director) on guitar, with Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer's "Hang On To Your Lids," from Blues In The Night, 1941.
Dead End (1937) - The Mark Of The Squealer The gang (Billy Halop, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Leo Gorcey, Gabriel Dell) showing off for Baby Face (Humphrey Bogart), would-be architect Dave (Joel McCrea) panics as well-to-do Kay (Wendy Barrie) tries to visit, with director William Wyler’s famous cockroach shot, in Dead End, 1937.
Blues In The Night (1941) - Here's Your Butt Opening scene from Anatole Litvak's nutty Blues In The Night, 1941, with future major directors Elia Kazan (as "Nickie") and Richard Whorf (as "Jigger") and Bowery Boy Billy Halop (as "Peppi").
Dead End (1937) - I'm Frightened Of Being Poor With “Dead End” kids (Billy Halop, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan) and gangster Baby Face (Humphrey Bogart) nearby, aspiring architect Dave (Joel McCrea) visits with his more affluent otherwise-committed girlfriend Kay (Wendy Barrie), in Samuel Goldwyn’s urban drama Dead End, 1937.
Dead End (1937) - I Can Do My Own Fighting Tommy (Billy Halop) leads future “Bowery Boys” (Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Gabriel Dell) recruiting Milton (Bernard Punsly), until his sister Drina (Sylvia Sidney) intervenes, gangster Baby Face (Humphrey Bogart) and her under-employed architect pal Dave (Joel McCrea) observing, early in Dead End, 1937.
For Love Or Money (1963) - You And Your Helpless Sisters With the second of three heiress sisters (Leslie Parrish) living in the same apartment building, lawyer Deke (Kirk Douglas) gets referred upstairs to the eldest and savviest Kate (Mitzi Gaynor), who makes clear they're not interested in their widowed mother's offer, in For Love Or Money, 1963.
Tom Brown's School Days (1940) - Tossed In A Blanket New boy Tom (Jimmy Lydon), about to undergo hazing, friend East (Freddie Bartholomew) advising, when headmaster Dr. Arnold (Cedric Hardwicke) interrupts, finishing with a stern talk with head boy Brook (Hughie Green), in Tom Brown's School Days, 1940, from the Thomas Hughes novel.
Angels With Dirty Faces - Now We're Pals Rocky (James Cagney) pays particular attention to Soapy (Billy Halop) and Bim (Leo Gorcey) when he drops in to collect his stash from the kids (including Huntz Hall, Bernard Punsley et al) in Angels With Dirty Faces, 1938.
Angels With Dirty Faces - According To Rules! Rocky (James Cagney) steps in as referee when Father Jerry (Pat O'Brien) is having trouble instructing the kids (Billy Halop, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey et al) in basketball in Angels With Dirrty Faces, 1938.

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