Highest Rated: 33% The Sign of the Cross (1932)
Lowest Rated: 33% The Sign of the Cross (1932)
Birthplace: Not Available
The son of a stage actor, wavy-haired Tommy Conlon was one of the less spectacular Our Gang kids, but he did earn a couple of good supporting roles in the early '30s: gaining sympathy for Mae Marsh's hard-luck ma in the old warhorse Over the Hill (1931) and as the Christian boy tortured and cruelly thrown to the lions in Cecil B. DeMille's spectacular The Sign of the Cross (1932). He later became an editor.
Highest Rated Movies
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|No Score Yet||Hell in a Circus||
|No Score Yet||Only Yesterday||
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|33%||The Sign of the Cross||
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