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Yesterday's Heroes (1940)

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A doctor looks at his scrapbook and reflects on college days: how success at football took him from his studies, his flirtation with a widow and his true love. How his roommate helped him put things right.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Rogers ...
Lee Kellogg
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Duke Wyman
Ted North ...
Claude Hammond
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Janice Mason
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Bill Garrett
Richard Lane ...
Cleats Slater
Edmund MacDonald ...
Tex Jones
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Dr. Stovall
Emma Dunn ...
Aunt Winnie
Harry Hayden ...
Mr. Kellogg
Isabel Randolph ...
Mrs. Kellogg
Pierre Watkin ...
Harvey Mason
Frank Sully ...
Curly Walsh
M.J. Frankovich ...
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Don Forbes ...
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A doctor looks at his scrapbook and reflects on college days: how success at football took him from his studies, his flirtation with a widow and his true love. How his roommate helped him put things right.

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Drama | Sport

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20 September 1940 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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