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Eddie Nugent

Highest Rated:   95% 42nd Street (1933)
Lowest Rated:   86% Night Nurse (1931)
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Eternally youthful Edward J. "Eddie" Nugent seemed most at home in collegiate roles. Nugent made his screen bow as wealthy young sprout Freddie in Our Dancing Daughters (1928), then went through much the same paces as Reggie in Our Modern Maidens (1929). He continued essaying bright, breezy characters with names like Tommy, Jackie, and Wally until retiring from films in 1937. One of Edward J. Nugent's more substantial talkie roles was Wint Selby in the 1936 filmization of Eugene O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Big Game
  • Drunk
2013
No Score Yet Meet the Mayor
  • Steve
1938
No Score Yet Island Captives
  • Tom Willoughby
1937
No Score Yet A Man Betrayed
  • Frank Powell
1937
No Score Yet Pigskin Parade
  • Sparks
1936
No Score Yet Doughnuts and Society
  • Jerry Flannagan
1936
No Score Yet Prison Shadows
  • Gene Harris
1936
No Score Yet Ah, Wilderness!
  • Wint Selby
1935
No Score Yet Fighting Youth
  • Tonnetti
1935
No Score Yet Kentucky Blue Streak
  • Martin Marion
1935
No Score Yet Lost in the Stratosphere
  • Wood
1934
No Score Yet She Loves Me Not
  • Buzz Jones
1934
No Score Yet This Day and Age
  • Don Merrick
1933
95% 42nd Street
  • Terry Neil
1933
No Score Yet Dance, Girl, Dance
  • Joe
1933
No Score Yet Crooner
  • Henry
1932
No Score Yet Behind Stone Walls
  • Actor
1932
No Score Yet Meet the Mayor
  • Actor
1932
No Score Yet Girls Demand Excitement
  • Tommy
1931
No Score Yet Local Boy Makes Good
  • Wally Pierce
1931
No Score Yet Star Witness
  • Jackie Leeds
1931
86% Night Nurse
  • Eagan the Interne
1931
No Score Yet Up Pops the Devil
  • George Kent
1931
No Score Yet War Nurse
  • Frank
1930
No Score Yet Remote Control
  • Radio Engineer
1930
No Score Yet Vagabond Lover
  • Sport
1929
No Score Yet Our Modern Maidens
  • Reg
1929
No Score Yet Our Dancing Daughters
  • Freddie
1928

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