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Hugh Trevor (1903–1933)

Educated at Collegiate Prepitory-Columbia Extension Institute, Hugh Trevor-Thomas was planning an altogether different future for himself until following the advice of his distant relative, producer William Le Baron. He left New York where he had successfully begun his own insurance company (Thomas and Blomer, Inc.) and instead decided to pursue ... See full bio »

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The Royal Bed
The Royal Bed Crown Prince William of Grec
Wallflowers Rufus
Her Summer Hero
Her Summer Hero Kenneth Holmes
Beau Broadway
Beau Broadway Killer Gordon


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 1931 The Royal Bed
Crown Prince William of Grec
 1930 The Pay-Off
 1930 Half Shot at Sunrise
Lt. Jim Reed
 1930 Conspiracy
John Howell
 1930 Midnight Mystery
Gregory Sloane
 1930 The Cuckoos
Billy Shannon
 1929 Night Parade
Bobby Martin
 1929 The Very Idea
Joe Garvin
 1929 Love in the Desert
Bob Winslow
 1928 Hey Rube!
 1928 Red Lips
'Spike' Blair / Norris Parker
 1928 Taxi 13
Dan Regan
 1928 Dry Martini
Bobbie Duncan
 1928 Beau Broadway
Killer Gordon
 1928 The Pinto Kid
Dan Logan
 1928 Skinner's Big Idea
Jack McLaughlin
 1928 Wallflowers
 1928 Her Summer Hero
Kenneth Holmes
 1927 Ranger of the North
Bob Fleming
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 1930 The Cuckoos (performer: "All Alone Monday" (1926), "Wherever You Are" (1930), "I Love You So Much (It's a Wonder You Don't Feel It)" (1930) - uncredited)

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In 1931, he retired from films and entered the insurance business with James Ryan. Their firm operated out of Hollywood and catered to film people.

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