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Gentleman Jim (1942)

| The grandest story of the Naughty "Nineties" becomes the gayest picture of the Fighting "Forties!"

Release Date: November 14, 1942
Production Country: United States of America
Production Company: Warner Bros.
Runtime: 1h 44minutes
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Stars: Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson, Alan Hale, John Loder, William Frawley, Minor Watson,
Errol Flynn

Errol Flynn

as James J. Corbett
Alexis Smith

Alexis Smith

as Victoria Ware
Jack Carson

Jack Carson

as Walter Lawrie
Alan Hale

Alan Hale

as Pat Corbett
John Loder

John Loder

as Carlton De Witt
William Frawley

William Frawley

as Billy Delaney
Minor Watson

Minor Watson

as Buck Ware
Ward Bond

Ward Bond

as John L. Sullivan
Madeleine Lebeau

Madeleine Lebeau

as Anna Held
Rhys Williams

Rhys Williams

as Harry Watson
Monte Blue

Monte Blue

as Gambler in "Lucky Guy"
Pat Flaherty

Pat Flaherty

as Harry Corbett
Arthur Shields

Arthur Shields

as Father Burke
Dorothy Vaughan

Dorothy Vaughan

as Ma Corbett
Hooper Atchley

Hooper Atchley

as (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee

Milton Kibbee

as (uncredited)
Richard Kipling

Richard Kipling

as (uncredited)
Charles Lang

Charles Lang

as (uncredited)
Edwin August

Edwin August

as Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Eric Mayne

Eric Mayne

as Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Charles Meakin

Charles Meakin

as Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Count Stefenelli

Count Stefenelli

as Olympic Club Member (uncredited)
Clara Blandick

Clara Blandick

as Woman on Train (uncredited)
Winifred Harris

Winifred Harris

as Woman at Opera (uncredited)
Wade Boteler

Wade Boteler

as Policeman (uncredited)
Walter Byron

Walter Byron

as Ringside Telegrapher (uncredited)
Hal Craig

Hal Craig

as Telegrapher (uncredited)
Robert Fiske

Robert Fiske

as Telegrapher (uncredited)
Georgia Caine

Georgia Caine

as Mrs. Geary (uncredited)
Mary Gordon

Mary Gordon

as Mrs. Casey (uncredited)
Johnny Calkins

Johnny Calkins

as Boy (uncredited)
Lon McCallister

Lon McCallister

as Page Boy (uncredited)
Davison Clark

Davison Clark

as Auctioneer (uncredited)
Wallis Clark

Wallis Clark

as Judge Geary (uncredited)
Joseph Crehan

Joseph Crehan

as Duffy - Referee (uncredited)
Freddie Steele

Freddie Steele

as Referee (uncredited)
Dick Wessel

Dick Wessel

as Referee (uncredited)
Harry Crocker

Harry Crocker

as Charles Crocker (uncredited)
Wade Crosby

Wade Crosby

as Manager (uncredited)
William B. Davidson

William B. Davidson

as Donovan (uncredited)
William 'Wee Willie' Davis

William 'Wee Willie' Davis

as Flannagan (uncredited)
Jean Del Val

Jean Del Val

as Renaud (uncredited)
Joe Devlin

Joe Devlin

as Hogan (uncredited)
Dudley Dickerson

Dudley Dickerson

as Bellboy (uncredited)
Peggy Diggins

Peggy Diggins

as Beautiful Actress (uncredited)
Joan Winfield

Joan Winfield

as Actress (uncredited)
Lester Dorr

Lester Dorr

as Reporter (uncredited)
Lew Harvey

Lew Harvey

as Reporter (uncredited)
Victor Zimmerman

Victor Zimmerman

as Reporter (uncredited)
James Flavin

James Flavin

as George Corbett (uncredited)
Art Foster

Art Foster

as Jack Burke (uncredited)
Jack Gardner

Jack Gardner

as Usher (uncredited)
Frank Hagney

Frank Hagney

as Mug (uncredited)
Creighton Hale

Creighton Hale

as Championship Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Mathew McCue

Mathew McCue

as Championship Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Bert Hanlon

Bert Hanlon

as Clerk (uncredited)
Carl Harbaugh

Carl Harbaugh

as Smith (uncredited)
Jack Herrick

Jack Herrick

as Bodyguard, Donaldson's Partner (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood

Herbert Heywood

as Man on Telephone (uncredited)
Si Jenks

Si Jenks

as Old Man (uncredited)
Tor Johnson

Tor Johnson

as The Mauler (uncredited)
Fred Kelsey

Fred Kelsey

as Sutro (uncredited)
Joe King

Joe King

as Col. McLane (uncredited)
Ed Lewis

Ed Lewis

as Hoghead (uncredited)
George Lloyd

George Lloyd

as Harrigan (uncredited)
Charles Marsh

Charles Marsh

as Station Master (uncredited)
John Maxwell

John Maxwell

as Stockbroker (uncredited)
Frank Mayo

Frank Mayo

as Gov. Stanford (uncredited)
Mike Mazurki

Mike Mazurki

as Jake Kilrain (uncredited)
Pat McKee

Pat McKee

as Callahan - Ticket Taker (uncredited)
John Merkyl

John Merkyl

as Headwaiter (uncredited)
Leo White

Leo White

as Headwaiter (uncredited)
Jack Wise

Jack Wise

as Headwaiter (uncredited)
Frank Moran

Frank Moran

as Spectator - Sullivan Fight (uncredited)
Pat Moriarity

Pat Moriarity

as Spectator - Sullivan Fight (uncredited)
Wedgwood Nowell

Wedgwood Nowell

as Broker (uncredited)
Pat O'Malley

Pat O'Malley

as Detective (uncredited)
Lee Phelps

Lee Phelps

as Detective (uncredited)
Emory Parnell

Emory Parnell

as Dennis Simmons - Doorman (uncredited)
Jack Roper

Jack Roper

as Donaldson (uncredited)
Syd Saylor

Syd Saylor

as Hansom Cab Driver (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley

Edwin Stanley

as Bank President McInnes (uncredited)
Sammy Stein

Sammy Stein

as Joe Choynski (uncredited)
Dan Tobey

Dan Tobey

as Ring Announcer (uncredited)
Charlotte Treadway

Charlotte Treadway

as Matron (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan

Emmett Vogan

as Stage Manager (uncredited)
Charles C. Wilson

Charles C. Wilson

as Gurney (uncredited)
Gentleman Jim
Gentleman Jim