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Lew Hearn (1882–1965)


Lew Hearn was born on February 15, 1882 in Witkow, Austria. He was an actor and writer, known for Big Time Charlie (1929), The Opry House (1929) and Gentlemen of the Evening (1929). He was married to Catherine Jane Hourin. He died in February 1965 in New York, USA. See full bio »

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(age 82) in New York, USA

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Known For

Big Time Charlie
(1929)
The Opry House
The Opry House Opera House Manager
(1929)
Gentlemen of the Evening
Gentlemen of the Evening The Convention Delegate
(1929)

Filmography

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 1954 Go Man Go
Appraiser
 1949 The Inspector General
Izzick (uncredited)
 1947 Joe Palooka in the Knockout
Gym Attendant (uncredited)
 1947 I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
Karl (uncredited)
 1946 Specter of the Rose
Mr. Lyons
 1943 Follies Girl
Lew
 1940 The Notorious Elinor Lee
Joe Grim
 1939 Paris Honeymoon
Small Store Proprietor (uncredited)
 1938 International Crime
Moe
 1936 Television Highlights (Short)
Buyer
 1935 Hillbilly Love (Short)
 1935 Speedy Justice (Short)
Judge of the Peace / Speed Cop
 1930 See America Thirst
Inventor
 1929 Die K√∂nigsloge
Salomon
 1929 Gentlemen of the Evening (Short)
The Convention Delegate
 1929 Big Time Charlie (Short)
Charlie
 1929/II The Opry House (Short)
Opera House Manager
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Other Works:

He acted in WB Friedlander and C. Conrad's musical, "Mercenary Mary," at the London Hippodrome in London, England with Peggy O'Neil, AW Baskcomb, Eileen Redcott, Frank Masters, Sonnie Hale, Paddy Dupres, Ardath De Sales, Betty Garson, Janette Dietrich, Margaret Campbell, and Billy Rego in the cast. Leonard Hornsey was conductor. See more »
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