Gene Morgan

Highest Rated: 100% Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)
Lowest Rated: 50% A Song Is Born (1948)
Birthday: Mar 12, 1893
Birthplace: Not Available
Pudgy character actor Gene Morgan started out as a utility player in Pathe's Folly comedies in the late teens, then worked for several years at Hal Roach studios. From 1935 to 1940, Morgan was under contract to Columbia Pictures, where he was usually cast as a perplexed cop or city detective. He was fleetingly but memorably seen in such Columbia's as She Couldn't Take It (1935), Meet Nero Wolfe (1936), The Devil's Playground (1937), and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939). Gene Morgan made his last appearance in Warner Bros.' Meet John Doe (1941) under the direction of another longtime Columbia contractee, Frank Capra.

Highest Rated Movies



50% A Song Is Born Actor 1948
89% Meet John Doe Mug 1941
No Score Yet Saps at Sea Officer 1940
No Score Yet Son of the Navy Burns 1940
No Score Yet Primrose Path Hawkins 1940
No Score Yet Blondie on a Budget Man 1940
No Score Yet Gaucho Serenade Motorcycle Cop #2 1940
No Score Yet Tomboy 1st Tramp 1940
95% Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Reporter 1939
91% You Can't Take It With You Reporter 1938
No Score Yet There's Always a Woman Officer Fogarty 1938
100% Make Way for Tomorrow Carlton Gorman 1937
No Score Yet When You're in Love Dancer 1937
No Score Yet And So They Were Married Drunk 1936
89% Mr. Deeds Goes to Town Waiter 1936
No Score Yet Shakedown Presto Mullins 1936
No Score Yet Dr. Socrates Photographer 1935
No Score Yet She Couldn't Take It (Woman Tamer) District Attorney's Man 1935
No Score Yet Alibi Ike Smitty 1935
No Score Yet G-Men Lounger 1935
No Score Yet Wings in the Dark Reporter 1935
No Score Yet If You Could Only Cook Al 1935
No Score Yet Elmer, the Great Noonan 1933
No Score Yet Lady from Nowhere Mike 1933
No Score Yet Pack Up Your Troubles Police Officer 1932
53% Blonde Venus Ben Smith 1932
No Score Yet Night World Joe 1932
No Score Yet Tangled Destinies Capt. Randall "Randy" 1932
No Score Yet Pardon Us Actor 1931
No Score Yet Rogue of the Rio Grande SethLandport 1930


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