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Johnny Apollo (1940)

Original U.S. Lobby Card
(11" x 14")

$35.00

R1949 – Card #: N/A |

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IMDb ID: tt0032651 | Location: LC35

Story Line

Wall Street broker Robert Cain, Sr., is jailed for embezzling. His college graduate son Bob then turns to crime to raise money for his father’s release. As assistant to mobster Mickey Dwyer, then falls for Dwyer’s girl Lucky. He winds up in the same prison as his father.

The cast includes: Tyrone Power, Dorothy Lamour, Edward Arnold, Lloyd Nolan, Charley Grapewin, Lionel Atwill, Marc Lawrence, Jonathan Hale, Harry Rosenthal, Russell Hicks, Fuzzy Knight, Charles Lane, Selmer Jackson, Charles Trowbridge, John Hamilton, William Pawley, Eric Wilton, Gary Breckner, Harry Tyler, George Irving, Eddie Marr, Anthony Caruso, Stanley Andrews, Wally Albright, Bess Flowers, Louis Jean Heydt, James Flavin, Emmett Vogan, Milburn Stone, Charles Williams, Carol Adams, James Blaine, Stanley Blystone, Charles D. Brown, Jack Byron, Joe Caits, James Conaty, Maurice Costello, Tom Dugan, Ralph Dunn, Frank Fanning, Edward Gargan, William Haade, Chuck Hamilton, Robert Homans, Gladden James, Thomas Martin, Frank McLure, Walter Miller, Robert Morgan, Philip Morris, Edward Mundy, Field Norton, Wedgwood Nowell, James Pierce, Alexander Pollard, Tom Quinn, Dick Rich, Cyril Ring, Don Rowan, Geneva Sawyer, Dick Scott, Robert Shaw, Lee Shumway, J. Scott Smart, Edwin Stanley, Larry Steers, Bert Stevens, Harry Strang, Charles Tannen, Phil Tead, Harry Tenbrook, Emmett Vogan, Charles Williams, Norman Willis

Directed by: Henry Hathaway

Genres: Drama, Crime, Romance