Alan Hale

Alan Hale may refer to:

  • Alan Hale, Sr. (1892–1950), American actor; played Little John in three different Robin Hood films
  • Alan Hale, Jr. (1921–1990), American actor in television show Gilligan's Island; son of Alan Hale, Sr.
  • Alan Hale (astronomer) (born 1958)

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List Of Stage Names - H
... JaMais Hakimakli – Cedric Aiello Alan Hale Jr ... – Alan Hale Mackahan Alan Hale Sr ... Rufus Edward Mackahan Binnie Hale – Beatrice Mary Hale-Monro Creighton Hale – Patrick Hale FitzGerald Monte Hale – Buren Ely Sonnie Hale – John Robert Hale-Monro Anthony Michael Hall – Michael Anthony ...
Errol Flynn Filmography - Films - 1933–1940
... Hendon William Keighley Claude Rains, Henry Stephenson, Barton MacLane, Alan Hale Based on the novel by Mark Twain Another Dawn Captain Denny Roark William Dieterle Kay Francis, Ian Hunter ...
Errol Flynn Filmography - Films - 1941–1950
1941 Footsteps in the Dark Francis Warren Lloyd Bacon Brenda Marshall, Ralph Bellamy, Alan Hale, Allen Jenkins Dive Bomber Lieutenant Douglas Lee Michael Curtiz Fred MacMurray ... Raoul Walsh Alexis Smith, Jack Carson, Alan Hale, Ward Bond 1943 Edge of Darkness Gunnar Brogge Lewis Milestone Ann Sheridan, Walter Huston, Helmut Dantine, Judith Anderson ... Don Juan Don Juan de Marana Vincent Sherman Viveca Lindfors, Robert Douglas, Alan Hale, Ann Rutherford Technicolor 1949 It's a Great Feeling Jeffrey Bushdinkle David Butler Dennis Morgan, Doris Day, Jack ...

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