Payday Loans
Frank McHugh (1898-1981)

  1. George E Stone, 42nd  Street, 1932.    McHugh, Richard Barthelmess,  Joan Blondell, Ruth Chatterton, Glenda Farrell, Kay Francis, Warren William  and Loretta Young – they all  all missed the film that saved Warner Bros from bankruptcy. McHugh, in particular, lost one of tfhe most iconic lines in movies. "Sawyer, you're going out a youngster, but you've gotta come back a star!”
  2. Humphrey Bogart,  Manpower, 1941.    This was The Year of Bogie. Just not in  Diana Barrymore's screen debut.  George Raft made it clear. “I ain't working with him.”
  3. Robert Osterloh, White Heat, 1949.     After seven films together, James Cagney regretted that the budget did not allow room for his pal. They made one more movie together.
  4. Frank Faylen,  It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946.

 





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