Don DeFore’s Feature Film Credits

(with links to lobby cards/photos)

 

 

Feature Film

Key Cast with Don DeFore

Studio

Year

Submarine D-1

Pat O’Brien, George Brent

Warner Brothers/ First National

1937

Kid Galahad

Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis

Warner Brothers

1937

Garden of the Moon

Pat O'Brien, Isabel Jeans

1938

Freshman Year

Dixie Dunbar, William Lundigan

Universal Pictures

1938

City Without Men

Linda Darnell, Edgar Buchanan

Puritan Pictures

Brother Rat

Priscilla Lane, Wayne Morris, Ronald Reagan, Eddie Albert, Jane Wyman

Warner Brothers

1938

The Male Animal

Henry Fonda, Olivia de Havilland

Warner Brothers

1941

We Go Fast

Lynn Bari, Alan Curtis, Sheila Ryan

20th Century Fox

1941

Wings for the Eagle

Ann Sheridan, Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson

Warner Brothers

1942

You Can’t Escape Forever

George Brent, Brenda Marshall

Warner Brothers

1942

Right to the Heart

Brenda Joyce, Joseph Allen

20th Century Fox

1942

The Human Comedy

Mickey Rooney, Frank Morgan

MGM

1943

Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

Spencer Tracy, Van Johnson,

Robert Mitchum

MGM

1944

A Guy Named Joe

Spencer Tracy, Irene Dunne, Van Johnson, Lionel Barrymore

MGM

1944

The Affairs of Susan

Joan Fontaine, George Brent,

Dennis O’Keefe

Paramount

1945

You Came Along       + photo

Robert Cummings, Lizabeth Scott

Paramount

1945

Stork Club                  + photo

Betty Hutton, Barry Fitzgerald

Paramount

1945

Without Reservations  +photo

Claudette Colbert, John Wayne

RKO

1946

Ramrod                       + photo

Joel McCrea, Veronica Lake

Enterprise/

United Artists

1947

It Happened On 5th Avenue

+  photo

Gale Storm, Victor Moore,

Charles Ruggles

Allied Artists/ Monogram

1947

Romance on the High Seas

Jack Carson, Janis Paige, Doris Day

Warner Brothers

1948

One Sunday Afternoon

Dennis Morgan, Janice Paige

Warner Brothers

1948

My Friend Irma

John Lund, Diana Lynn, Marie Wilson; Introducing: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis

Paramount

1949

Too Late For Tears

also released as: Killer Bait

Lizabeth Scott, Dan Duryea

United Artists

1949

Southside 1-1000       +photo

Andrea King, George Tobias

Allied Artists/ Monogram

1950

Dark City                       +photo

Charlton Heston’s first film, Lizabeth Scott, Dean Jagger

Paramount

1950

The Guy Who Came Back

Paul Douglas, Joan Bennett,

Linda Darnell

20th Century Fox

1951

A Girl In Every Port

Groucho Marx, Marie Wilson,

William Bendix

RKO

1952

No Room For The Groom

Tony Curtis, Piper Laurie,

Spring Byington

Universal

1952

She's Working Her Way Through College

Ronald Reagan, Virginia Mayo

Warner Brothers

1952

Jumping Jacks

Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis

Paramount

1952

Battle Hymn

Rock Hudson,  Dan Duryea

Universal

1957

A Time To Love and

A Time To Die

John Gavin, Liselotte Pulver,

Jack Mahoney

Universal

1958

Facts of Life

Bob Hope,  Lucille Ball, Ruth Hussey

United Artists

1960

Rare Breed

George Kennedy, Forest Tucker

New World

1984