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Jimmy Conlin was born on October 14, 1884 in Camden, New Jersey, USA. He was an actor, known for Anatomy of a Murder (1959), The Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947) and Second Chorus (1940). He was married to Dorothy Ryan and Myrtle Glass. He died on May 7, 1962 in Encino, California, USA.

Date Of BirthOctober 14, 1884, Camden, New Jersey, United States
DiedMay 7, 1962, Encino, California, United States
Place Of BirthCamden, New Jersey, USA
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
SpouseMyrtle Glass
Star SignLibra
1Slightly-built, rustic-looking comic character actor. Built his reputation on the Keith-Orpheum vaudeville circuit. In films from 1929, Hollywood from 1932. Briefly with the Preston Sturges unofficial stock company of players in the 1940's, with notable appearances in Sullivan's Travels (1941) and Hail the Conquering Hero (1944).
2Appeared in vaudeville with his wife Myrtle Glass as Conlin & Glass


Philip Marlowe1959TV SeriesFennedy
The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock1959Magruder
Anatomy of a Murder1959Clarence Madigan
The Seven Little Foys1955Stage Doorman in 1898 Chicago (uncredited)
Duffy's Tavern1954TV SeriesCharley
It Happens Every Thursday1953Matthew
The Jazz Singer1952Mr. Demming, Photographer (uncredited)
On Dangerous Ground1951Doc Hyman (uncredited)
Operation Haylift1950Ed North
The Great Rupert1950Joe Mahoney
The Inspector General1949Turnkey (uncredited)
Prejudice1949Young Joe
Tulsa1949Homer Triplette
Knock on Any Door1949Kid Fingers Carnahan (uncredited)
Hazard1948Mr. Tilson (uncredited)
Smart Woman1948Miller (uncredited)
Mourning Becomes Electra1947Abner Small
The Hucksters1947Blake - Blue Penguin Inn Proprietor
The Trouble with Women1947Mr. Pooler (uncredited)
Seven Keys to Baldpate1947Pete the Hermit
Dick Tracy's Dilemma1947Sightless
The Sin of Harold Diddlebock1947Wormy
It's a Joke, Son!1947Senator Alexander P. Leeds
Cross My Heart1946Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Rolling Home1946Grandpa Crawford (as James Conlin)
Blue Skies1946Jeffrey - Valet (uncredited)
Two Sisters from Boston1946Grandpa Chandler (uncredited)
Whistle Stop1946Al - the Barber
An Angel Comes to Brooklyn1945Cornelius Terwilliger
Fallen Angel1945Walton Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
What, No Cigarettes?1945ShortUncle Wilbur
Penthouse Rhythm1945Justice of the Peace (uncredited)
Don Juan Quilligan1945Marriage Bureau Clerk (uncredited)
Honeymoon Ahead1945Grant (uncredited)
G.I. Honeymoon1945Telegram Messenger (uncredited)
It's a Pleasure1945Messenger (uncredited)
The Picture of Dorian Gray1945Pub Pianist (uncredited)
Bring on the Girls1945Justice of the Peace (uncredited)
The Town Went Wild1944Lemuel Jones, Justice of the Peace
Army Wives1944Stan
Lost in a Harem1944Arab Follower (uncredited)
The Great Moment1944Mr. Burnett, Pharmacist (uncredited)
Hail the Conquering Hero1944Judge Dennis
Summer Storm1944Man Mailing Letter (uncredited)
Man from Frisco1944Mayor's Secretary (uncredited)
Gambler's Choice1944Nicky (uncredited)
And the Angels Sing1944Messenger (uncredited)
It Happened Tomorrow1944Man at Boardinghouse (uncredited)
The Miracle of Morgan's Creek1944Mayor (uncredited)
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves1944Little Thief
Old Acquaintance1943Frank - Photographer (uncredited)
Swing Shift Maisie1943Man at Meeting (uncredited)
This Is the Army1943Stage Doorman (uncredited)
Petticoat Larceny1943Jitters
Dixie1943Publisher (uncredited)
Hitler's Madman1943Dvorak - the Shopkeeper
Jitterbugs1943Barker for Bearded Lady (uncredited)
Taxi, Mister1943Cassidy, Disgruntled ex-Ballplayer
Slightly Dangerous1943Bartender at Opera (uncredited)
Calaboose1943Charlie the Drunk (uncredited)
Ice-Capades Revue1942Biddle (uncredited)
Madame Spy1942Winston
The Palm Beach Story1942Mr. Asweld
The Forest Rangers1942Otto Hanson
The Man in the Trunk1942Debt Collector (uncredited)
Are Husbands Necessary?1942Mover (uncredited)
Private Buckaroo1942Uncle (uncredited)
Broadway1942Newsman (uncredited)
The Remarkable Andrew1942Private Henry Bartholomew Smith
The Lady Is Willing1942Bum (uncredited)
Obliging Young Lady1942Mr. McIntyre - Linda's Neighbor (uncredited)
Call Out the Marines1942Little Man (uncredited)
Woman of the Year1942Reporter at Bar (uncredited)
Sullivan's Travels1941Trusty
Look Who's Laughing1941Brush Salesman (uncredited)
New York Town1941Burt the Newsman (uncredited)
The Gay Falcon1941Bartender at Party (uncredited)
Man at Large1941Stuttering Tenant (uncredited)
Unexpected Uncle1941Muriel's Husband, Kerrigan employee (uncredited)
Out of the Fog1941Card Game Kibitzer (uncredited)
Hurry, Charlie, Hurry1941Murphy, the Handyman (uncredited)
A Shot in the Dark1941Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Footlight Fever1941First Furniture Mover (uncredited)
The Lady Eve1941Third Steward (uncredited)
Ridin' on a Rainbow1941Joe
Let's Make Music1941Jim, the Pianist (uncredited)
Second Chorus1940Mr. Dunn (as Jimmy Conlon)
Christmas in July1940Arbuster (uncredited)
So You Won't Talk1940Stagehand (uncredited)
Angels Over Broadway1940Pawn Shop Proprietor (uncredited)
Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum1940Barker (uncredited)
The Great McGinty1940The Lookout
Wagons Westward1940Jake the Storekeeper (uncredited)
Florian1940Stock Guard (uncredited)
The Way of All Flesh1940Second Hobo (uncredited)
Edison, the Man1940Waiter (uncredited)
Two Girls on Broadway1940Poem Vendor (uncredited)
King of the Lumberjacks1940Jimmy, the Piano Player (uncredited)
3 Cheers for the Irish1940Riley - Party Guest (uncredited)
Honeymoon Deferred1940Detective (uncredited)
My Little Chickadee1940Squawk Mulligan - Bartender (uncredited)
Calling Philo Vance1940Dr. Doremus - Coroner (as Jimmy Conlon)
The Amazing Mr. Williams1939Master of Ceremonies (uncredited)
$1000 a Touchdown1939Sheriff (uncredited)
No Place to Go1939Rivers (as James Conlon)
Naughty But Nice1939Pedestrian (scenes deleted)
Torchy Runs for Mayor1939Coroner (uncredited)
Nancy Drew... Reporter1939Newspaper Morgue-Keeper (uncredited)
Idiot's Delight1939Stagehand (uncredited)
Sweethearts1938Properties Man (uncredited)
Comet Over Broadway1938Burlesque Comic (uncredited)
The Shining Hour1938Man Shaving on Plane (uncredited)
Hard to Get1938Dour Diner (uncredited)
Broadway Musketeers1938Mr. Hobart Skinner (as James Conlon)
Smashing the Rackets1938Witness (uncredited)
Prison Farm1938Dave, the Grocer (uncredited)
Cocoanut Grove1938Motel Proprietor (uncredited)
Torchy Blane in Panama1938Botkin (as James Conlon)
Over the Wall1938Davis' Handler (uncredited)
He Couldn't Say No1938Ambulance Driver (uncredited)
The Big Broadcast of 193819381st Reporter (uncredited)
Blondes at Work1938Coroner (uncredited)
Crashing Hollywood1938Crisby (as James Conlin)
Mannequin1937Elevator Operator (uncredited)
The Adventurous Blonde1937Dr. Bolger (as James Conlon)
Living on Love1937Man with Monkey (uncredited)
Mountain Music1937Medicine Show Shill (uncredited)
Captains Courageous1937Martin (uncredited)
The Man Who Found Himself1937Nosey Watson
Find the Witness1937Swifty Mullins (uncredited)
Arizona Mahoney1936Man in Hay Bill Gag (uncredited)
The Accusing Finger1936Bill Poster (uncredited)
Rose Bowl1936Browning Hills (as James Conlin)
And Sudden Death1936Mr. Tweets
Rose-Marie1936Joe - Piano Player (uncredited)
The Bride Comes Home1935Len Noble (as James Conlin)
365 Nights in Hollywood1934Heeber, Student Actor (uncredited)
She Learned About Sailors1934Irate Neighbor (uncredited)
City Limits1934Nap (as James Conlin)
Cross Country Cruise1934Sid (as James Conlin)
Advice to the Lovelorn1933California Booster (uncredited)
Myrt and Marge1933Comedian in Show (uncredited)
The Bowery1933Enlistee (uncredited)
Footlight Parade1933Uncle in 'Honeymoon Hotel' (uncredited)
The Last Trail1933Jimmy, Train Passenger (uncredited)
College Humor1933Dr. Mandel
Grand Slam1933Oscar Smelt (uncredited)
A Tight Squeeze1930Short
Zip! Boom! Bang!1929Short
The Gladiator1928ShortThe Husband


King of the Lumberjacks1940performer: "Avalon" 1920, "They Say" 1940, "For You" 1930
3 Cheers for the Irish1940performer: "Dear Old Donegal" - uncredited
The Gladiator1928Short writer: "I'll Call You Baby", "Autumn" - uncredited
Sharps and Flats1928Short performer: "You'll Never Be", "Morning, Noon and Night" - uncredited


Sharps and Flats1928ShortHimself

Archive Footage

American Masters1989TV Series documentaryWormy in 'The Sin of Harold Diddlebock'
Two Knights from Brooklyn1949Baseball Protestor (uncredited)

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