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John Kelly (John F. Kelly)

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Biography

Boston, Massachusetts, USA
John Kelly was born on June 29, 1901 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as John F. Kelly. He is known for his work on Bringing Up Baby (1938), Little Miss Marker (1934) and Black Friday (1940). He died on December 9, 1947 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Read more...

Actor

Character: Window-Cleaner

Romance of the Underworld 1928

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Character: Whitey Eckhart

The Doorway to Hell 1930

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Character: Unruly Baseball Spectator

They Learned About Women 1930

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Character: Irish Recruit

Born Reckless 1930

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Character: Curango's Henchman

Politics 1931

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Character: Sailor at Sally's

Suicide Fleet 1931

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Character: One of Costillo's Hoods

Scarface 1932

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Character: Timothy 'Tim' / 'Ed' O'Hara

The Little Giant 1933

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Character: Lumpy Hogan

The Bowery 1933

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Character: Bar Patron #5

The Prizefighter and the Lady 1933

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Character: Gloski - Ammunition Loader

Ace of Aces 1933

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Character: Sgt. Dugan the Jailer

Goodbye Love 1933

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Character: Canvas Back

Little Miss Marker 1934

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Character: Adolph Wilson

Kid Millions 1934

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Character: Harold the Chauffer

After the Thin Man 1936

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Character: Kelly - Stagehand

San Francisco 1936

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Character: 'Shivvy' the Tire Man

The Devil Is a Sissy 1936

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Character: Sailor Outside Bar

The Sisters 1938

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Character: Joe - First Croquet Player

The Crowd Roars 1938

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Character: Feather Foot - the Sailor

These Glamour Girls 1939

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Character: Rockpile Convict

Castle on the Hudson 1940

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Character: 28 Club Bouncer

Manpower 1941

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Character: Buffalo Bill Oxenstern

Three Sons o' Guns 1941

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Character: Burglar / Driver

Tales of Manhattan 1942

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Character: Mac

Moontide 1942

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Character: Bus #5 Driver

My Favorite Blonde 1942

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Character: Batter Hitting Home Run

Larceny, Inc. 1942

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Character: Military Policeman on Cable Car

Up in Arms 1944

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Character: Tough Guy in Nightclub

Blue Skies 1946

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Character: Sailor Barfly

The Docks of New York 1928

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