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Jimmy Hollywood (1895–1955)

Jimmy Hollywood was born on January 1, 1895 in Massachusetts, USA as James Nicholas Hollywood. He was an actor, known for Every Night at Eight (1935), Squadron of Honor (1938) and The Big Idea (1934). He died on July 2, 1955 in Ventura, California, USA. See full bio »

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(age 60) in Ventura, California, USA

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Known For

Every Night at Eight Radio Rogue
(1935)
Squadron of Honor Sid Hinkle
(1938)
The Big Idea Radio Rogue singing 'Marta'
(1934)
Twenty Million Sweethearts One of the Three Radio Rogues
(1934)

Filmography

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 1944 Trocadero
Member The Radio Rogues (as The Radio Rogues)
 1943 O, My Darling Clementine
Radio Rogue (uncredited)
 1943 Harvest Melody
Radio Rogue Member (as The Radio Rogues)
 1943 Spotlight Scandals
Radio Rogues Member (as The Radio Rogues)
 1943 Reveille with Beverly
Member, The Radio Rogues
 1941 Love in Gloom (Short)
Radio Rogue
 1939 History Repeats Itself (Short)
Jimmy (as The Radio Rogues)
 1938 Squadron of Honor
Sid Hinkle
 1938 The Main Event
Cab Driver (uncredited)
 1938 When G-Men Step In
Numbers (uncredited)
 1938 The Lone Ranger
Cell Block Guard (uncredited)
 1938 The Old Barn Dance
Rancher (uncredited)
 1937 Blossoms on Broadway
Jimmy (as The Radio Rogues)
 1936 Hats Off
Radio Rogue
 1935 Yoo Yoo Hollywood (Short)
Jimmy, as The Radio Rogues
 1935 Star Gazing (Short)
One of The Radio Rogues (as The Radio Rogues)
 1935 Every Night at Eight
Radio Rogue
 1935 Do Your Stuff (Short)
One of The Radio Rogues (as The Radio Rogues)
 1934 The Big Idea (Short)
Radio Rogue singing 'Marta' (uncredited)
 1934 Twenty Million Sweethearts
One of the Three Radio Rogues (as Jim Hollingwood)
 1933 Going Hollywood
Member - Three Radio Rogues (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Jim Hollingwood | The Radio Rogues | The Three Radio Rogues
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Star Sign:

Capricorn

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