John Harron

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% The Roaring Twenties (1939)
Lowest Rated:
85% Dark Victory (1939)
Birthday:
Mar 31
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
The younger brother of silent-film leading man Bobby Harron, John Harron began his own screen career in 1921, a year after his brother's accidental death. John most often played callow juveniles and lightweight romantic leads. His transition to talkies was a difficult one; except for worthwhile…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Fighting 69th
  • Carroll
-- 1940
Each Dawn I Die
  • Lew Keller Reporter
-- 1939
Secret Service of the Air
  • Cliff Durell
-- 1939
100% The Roaring Twenties
  • Soldier
-- 1939
Nancy Drew, Trouble Shooter
  • Greenhouse Clerk
-- 1939
Going Places
  • Guest
-- 1939
85% Dark Victory
  • First man
-- 1939
Women in the Wind
  • Process Server
-- 1939
Espionage Agent
  • Actor
-- 1939
The Oklahoma Kid
  • Secretary
-- 1939
King of the Underworld
  • G-Man
-- 1939
Gold is Where You Find It
  • Men at Stock Exchange
-- 1938
Accidents Will Happen
  • Actor
-- 1938
93% Jezebel
  • Jenkins
-- 1938
100% Angels with Dirty Faces
  • Sharpies
-- 1938
Boy Meets Girl
  • Extra
-- 1938
Slim
  • Workman
-- 1937
Marked Woman
  • Cab driver
-- 1937
Small Town Girl (One Horse Town)
  • Pat
-- 1936
Symphony of Living
  • Herb Livingston
-- 1935
Murder in the Museum
  • Jerry Ross Reporter
-- 1934
Midnight Waring
  • Actor
-- 1932
Crowd Roars
  • Red Eddie's pitman
-- 1932
The Midnight Warning
  • Erich
-- 1932
89% White Zombie
  • Neil Parker
-- 1932
Laugh and Get Rich
  • Hepburn
-- 1931
Big Boy
  • Joe
-- 1930
Street Girl
  • Mike Fall
-- 1929
Night Cry
  • John Martin
-- 1926
West-Bound Limited
  • Actor
-- 1923
Penrod
  • Robert Williams
-- 1922
Through The Backdoor
  • Billy Boy
-- 1921
Through the Back Door
  • Actor
-- 1921
Hearts of the World
  • Boy with Barrel
-- 1918

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