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Hearts of Humanity (September 1, 1932)

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Jackie Searl and Richard Wallace
 

Released September 1, 1932: (running time 65 minutes) Two young boys learn to live in the crowded streets of the lower east side of New York City.

Produced by John Clein

Directed by Christy Cabanne

The Actors: Jean Hersholt (Sol Bloom, merchant), Jackie Searl (Shandy O'Hara), J. Farrell MacDonald (Tom O'Hara, policeman), Claudia Dell (Ruth Sneider), Charles Delaney (Tom Varney, Irish policeman), Lucille La Verne (Mrs. Sneider), Richard Wallace (Joey Bloom), George Humbert (Tony, fruit and vegetable merchant), Betty Jane Graham (Hilda Sneider), John Vosburgh (Dave Haller), Tom McGuire (Mr. Wells)

 
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Shandy O'Hara and His Celtic Harp in the Movie Theater

A hundred years ago New York City, with the Statue of Liberty in the harbor, was front door to a new life for hopeful families from around the world. The city became known as the ‘melting pot’ of the world. Families from nearly every nation in the old world traveled by ship to New York City, crowding into the bustling neighborhoods to begin a new life in a new land of opportunity.

Shandy O’Hara, played by eleven-year-old Jackie Searl, is the son of an Irish policeman living above a furniture store. Tony Bloom is the son of the furniture store owner, and is played by young Richard Wallace. This young fellow acted in only four movies, including this one, and apparently left acting behind, because I can find no trace of him in any acting or movie studio work after that.

Our story centers around these two young boys, but beyond their adventures, the story gives us an amazing time-machine view of daily life in the New York City of 1932. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Jackie Searl and Richard Wallace
Jackie Searl and Richard Wallace
Betty Jane Graham and Jackie Searl
Betty Jane Graham and Jackie Searl
Charles Delaney
Charles Delaney
Charles Delaney and Claudia Dell
Charles Delaney and Claudia Dell
Charles Delaney and Jean Hersholt
Charles Delaney and Jean Hersholt
Charles Delaney kisses Claudia Dell
Charles Delaney kisses Claudia Dell
Claudia Dell
Claudia Dell
Claudia Dell and Charles Delaney
Claudia Dell and Charles Delaney
Claudia Dell and Jean Hersholt
Claudia Dell and Jean Hersholt
Claudia Dell and John Vosper
Claudia Dell and John Vosper
CLaudia Dell, Lucille La Verne, and Charles Delaney
CLaudia Dell, Lucille La Verne, and Charles Delaney
Claudia Dell and Richard Wallace
Claudia Dell and Richard Wallace
Claudia Dell
Claudia Dell
J. Farrell MacDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald
Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl and Charles Delaney
Jackie Searl and Charles Delaney
Tom McGuire and Jackie Searl
Tom McGuire and Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl
Jackie Searl
Jean Hersholt
Jean Hersholt
Jaen Hersholt and Charles Delaney
Jaen Hersholt and Charles Delaney
Jean Hersholt and J. Farrell MacDonald
Jean Hersholt and J. Farrell MacDonald
Jean Hersholt and Jackie Searl
Jean Hersholt and Jackie Searl
Jean Hersholt and Dick Wallace
Jean Hersholt and Dick Wallace
Jean Hersholt and Jackie Searl
Jean Hersholt and Jackie Searl
Jean Hersholt
Jean Hersholt
Richard Wallace and Charles Delaney
Richard Wallace and Charles Delaney
Tom McGuire and Jackie Searl
Tom McGuire and Jackie Searl