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Bette Davis and John Eldredge in Dangerous (1935)Alan Ladd, John Eldredge, Ethan Laidlaw, and Robert Preston in Whispering Smith (1948)John Eldredge, Bob Haymes, and Lynn Merrick in Swing Out the Blues (1943)Lionel Atwill, Claire Dodd, John Eldredge, Rosina Galli, Noble Johnson, Mala, Una Merkel, and Nat Pendleton in The Mad Doctor of Market Street (1942)Edward G. Robinson, Mary Astor, Ricardo Cortez, Louis Calhern, Mae Clarke, Margaret Dale, John Eldredge, Emily Fitzroy, and David Landau in The Man with Two Faces (1934)Vincent Price, John Eldredge, Gabriel Heatter, Art Linkletter, Vici Raaf, and Lyle Talbot in Champagne for Caesar (1950)Jane Adams, John Eldredge, and John Gallaudet in Lost City of the Jungle (1946)Edmund Cobb, John Eldredge, Kirby Grant, Edward Howard, Fuzzy Knight, and Francis McDonald in Bad Men of the Border (1945)Jean Brooks, Johnny Mack Brown, Tom Chatterton, John Eldredge, Lloyd Ingraham, Fuzzy Knight, Ethan Laidlaw, Frank McCarroll, and Chuck Morrison in Son of Roaring Dan (1940)Lucille Ball, John Eldredge, and Ethan Laidlaw in The Marines Fly High (1940)Roy Rogers, Ken Carson, John Eldredge, Dale Evans, and Forrest Taylor in Song of Nevada (1944)John Eldredge, George Pembroke, and Jeff York in The Lone Ranger (1949)Phyllis Coates, John Eldredge, John Hamilton, Jack Larson, and Robert Shayne in Adventures of Superman (1952)John Eldredge, Barbra Fuller, Dorothy Patrick, and Robert Rockwell in Lonely Heart Bandits (1950)Roy Brent, John Eldredge, Kirby Grant, and Edward Howard in Bad Men of the Border (1945)Johnny Mack Brown and John Eldredge in Son of Roaring Dan (1940)Ricardo Cortez, Ruth Donnelly, John Eldredge, Minna Gombell, Walter Kingsford, Jean Muir, and Gordon Westcott in The White Cockatoo (1935)John EldredgeRalph Bellamy, Ann Dvorak, John Eldredge, Chester Morris, and Joan Perry in Blind Alley (1939)Lucille Ball, Richard Dix, Steffi Duna, John Eldredge, Kirby Grant, Horace McMahon, and Chester Morris in The Marines Fly High (1940)Bette Davis, John Eldredge, and Franchot Tone in Dangerous (1935)Mary Brian, Ann Baker, and John Eldredge in Meet Corliss Archer (1954)
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John Eldredge was born on August 30, 1904 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was an actor, known for High Sierra (1941), The Master Key (1945) and Dark Alibi (1946). He died on September 23, 1961 in Laguna Beach, California. See full bio »
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