Emmett Lynn

Actor - USA
Born February 14, 1897 in Muscatine, Iowa, USA
Died October 20, 1958 in Hollywood, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Emmett Lynn was born on February 14, 1897 in Muscatine, Iowa, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Monkey Business (1952), Bluebeard (1944), Hitler's Madman (1943), Emmett Lynn's first movie on record is from 1941. Emmett Lynn died on October 20, 1958 in Hollywood, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1952.

Emmett Lynn Filmography [Auszug]
1952: [09.03] Monkey Business (Howard Hawks' Monkey Business, Darling, I'm growing younger) (Cast: Jimmy), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn,
1945: [06.14] Gangster's Den (Cast: Webb aka Webfoot ), Directed by Sam Newfield, with Buster Crabbe, Al St. John, ,
1944: [10.23] When the Lights Go on Again (Cast: Old Panhandler), Directed by William K. Howard, with Jimmy Lydon, , Regis Toomey,
1944: [/ /1] Bluebeard (Cast), Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, with Iris Adrian, Nils Asther, John Carradine,
1943: [10.06] Hitler's Madman (Hitler's Hangman) (Cast: Germak (/xx/)), Directed by Douglas Sirk, with Patricia Morison, John Carradine, Alan Curtis,
1942: [03.06] Stagecoach Express (Cast: Charles Haney), Directed by George Sherman, with Donald 'Red' Barry, , Al St. John,
1941: [] Along the Rio Grande (Cast), Directed by Edward Killy, with Tim Holt, , ,

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