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Joe Torillo (1901–1979)

Joe Torillo was born on February 14, 1901 in Onondaga, New York, USA as Joseph Torrillo. He was an assistant director and actor, known for Let's Talk It Over (1934) and No Privacy (1931). He died on September 12, 1979 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Let's Talk It Over
Let's Talk It Over Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
No Privacy
No Privacy Actor


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 1936 Show Boat (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 The Great Impersonation (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 King Solomon of Broadway (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 Lady Tubbs (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 Chinatown Squad (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 Mister Dynamite (assistant director - uncredited)
 1935 It Happened in New York (assistant director - uncredited)
 1934 Million Dollar Ransom (assistant director - uncredited)
 1934 Half a Sinner (assistant director - uncredited)
 1934 Let's Talk It Over (assistant director)
 1931 Strictly Dishonorable (assistant director - uncredited)
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 1936 Dangerous Waters
Sailor (uncredited)
 1935 Three Kids and a Queen
Newsboy (uncredited)
 1933 Alice in Wonderland
Second Executioner (uncredited)
 1931 Strictly Dishonorable
Cook (uncredited)
 1931 No Privacy (Short)

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