Clem Bevans

  1. Harry Davenport, Music For Millions, 1944.  June Allyson was a pregnant musician (“who scrapes a ‘cello,” said the New York Times critic Bosley Crowther). So there has to be a doctor around somewhere. And there he is.  Except he’s not the  one announced,  Bevans ,but the substituted Davenport.  No matter Jmmy Durante saved the showl Three years earlier, Alfred Hitchcock allowed Bevans to escape his vaudeville past in Saboteur. Finally becoming  known to the public in in his 70s, Davenport knocked off 164 screen credits, silents included.


 Birth year: 1879Death year: 1963Other name: Casting Calls:  1