Gino Corrado

Actor - USA
Born February 9, 1893 in Firenze
Died December 23, 1982 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Gino Corrado was born under the given name Gino Corrado Liserani on February 9, 1893 in Firenze. He was an American Actor, known for Casablanca (1942), The Iron Mask (1929), Those who dance (1930), Gino Corrado's first movie on record is from 1916. Gino Corrado died on December 23, 1982 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1945.

Gino Corrado Filmography [Auszug]
1945: [06.21] A Bell for Adano (Cast: Zapulla (/xx/)), Directed by Henry King, with Gene Tierney, John Hodiak, William Bendix,
1942: [11/26] Casablanca (Cast: Kellner), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid,
1942: [07.09] I married an Angel (Cast: Valet), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Sidney D'Albrook, Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy,
1937: [05.30] The Girl from Scotland Yard (Cast: Violinist-Translator (/xx/)), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Karen Morley, Robert Baldwin, Eduardo Ciannelli,
1930: [/ /1] Those who dance (Cast: Tony), Directed by William Beaudine, with Monte Blue, William Stage Boyd, Betty Compson,
1930: [06.16] I love you Wednesday (Cast), Directed by Henry King, William Cameron Menzies, with Warner Baxter, Elissa Landi, Victor Jory,
1929: [] The Iron Mask (Cast: Aramis), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Gordon Thorpe, Lon Poff, Henry Otto,
1929: [] Navy Blues (Cast), Directed by Clarence Brown, with William Haines, Anita Page, Karl Dane,
1928: [11.20] The Gun Runner (Cast: Garcia), Directed by Edgar Lewis, with Ricardo Cortez, ,
1928: [06.20] The Prowlers of the Sea (Cast: The Skipper), Directed by John G. Adolfi, with Carmel Myers, Ricardo Cortez, George Fawcett,
1928: [06/04] Fazil (Cast: Sultan's Messenger (/xx/)), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Charles Farrell, L. William O'Connell, Greta Nissen,
1928: [04.01] The House of Scandal (Cast: Morgan), Directed by King Baggot, with Pat O'Malley, Dorothy Sebastian, ,
1928: [02.01] The Devil's Skipper (Cast: Philip La Farge), Directed by John G. Adolfi, with Belle Bennett, Montagu Love,
1927: [07/23] Paid to love (Cast: Tour Director (/xx/)), Directed by Howard Hawks, with George O'Brien, Virginia Valli, J. Farrell MacDonald,
1927: [04.10] Modern Youth (Cast), Directed by Jack Nelson, with Ollie Kirkby, Rhea Mitchell,
1926: [09.30] Bardelys the Magnificent (Cast: Duellist), Directed by King Vidor, with John Gilbert, Karl Dane, Eleanor Boardman,
1926: [05.23] The Volga Boatman (Cast: White Army Officer (/xx/) ), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with William Boyd, Arthur C. Miller, Elinor Fair,
1925: [02.24] La Bohème (Cast: Marcel), Directed by King Vidor, with Blanche Payson, Mathilde Comont,
1925: [] Without Mercy (Cast: Malay Jack), Directed by George Melford, with Dorothy Phillips, Rockliffe Fellowes, Vera Reynolds,
1925: [06.21] The Desert Flower (Cast: Jose Lee), Directed by Irving Cummings, with Colleen Moore, Lloyd Hughes, Kate Price,
1923: [09.24] Adam's Rib (Dumb and Bobbed (Working title), Glorifying the Girl (Working title)) (Cast: Lt. Braschek ), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Milton Sills, Elliott Dexter, Theodore Kosloff,
1923: [04.16] Slander the Woman (The White Frontier (Working title)) (Cast: Tetreau, the Guide (AKA Geno Corrado) ), Directed by Allen Holubar, with Dorothy Phillips, Lewis Dayton, Robert Anderson,
1918: [09.30] The Velvet Hand (Cast: Russino Russelli (AKA Eugene Corey) ), Directed by Douglas Gerrard, with Fritzi Brunette, William Conklin,
1918: [] The Law of the Great Northwest (Cast: Charles Morin (as Eugene Corey)), Directed by Raymond Wells, with , William J. Dyer,
1918: [06.02] The Poor Fish (Cast: (AKA Gene Corey)), Directed by William Beaudine, with Ed Brady, Claire Anderson, ,
1918: [03.31] Her Bohemian Party (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Ruth Langdon, Arthur Moon,
1918: [03.31] A Good Elk (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Joseph Belmont, Ruth Langdon,
1918: [02.03] The Hopper (Cast: Roger Livingston Talbot (as Eugene Corey)), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Walt Whitman, George Hernandez, Irene Hunt,
1918: [01.20] The Flames of Chance (Cast: Anatole (as Eugene Corey)), Directed by Raymond Wells, with Margery Wilson, Jack Mulhall, Anna Dodge,
1918: [01.20] The Argument (Evidence (Working title)) (Cast: John Corbin Jr. (as Eugene Corey), Directed by Walter Edwards, with J. Barney Sherry, Pauline Starke, Audelle Higgins,
1917: [12.30] The Gown of Destiny (Cast: in French Consulate office), Directed by Lynn Reynolds, with Alma Rubens, Herrera Tejedde, Allan Sears,
1917: [07.12] Forbidden Paths (Cast: A Mexican Flirt (/xx/)), Directed by Robert Thornby, with Vivian Martin, Sessue Hayakawa, Tom Forman,
1916: [11.10] The Evidence (Cast: (AKA Eugene Corey)), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard,
1916: [09.03] Gretchen the Greenhorn (Gretchen Blunders In (Working title)) (Cast: Wedding Guest), Directed by Chester M. Franklin, Sidney Franklin, with Dorothy Gish, Ralph Lewis, Eugene Pallette,

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