~Johnny Mack Brown~

Born: September 1, 1904 in Dothan, Alabama, USA
Died: November 14, 1974 in Woodland Hills, California, USA
Former All-American halfback Johnny Mack Brown was a popular screen cowboy during the 1930s.
Already in the public eye for his athletic prowess, Brown was persuaded by a friend to give
Hollywood a try after graduating from the University of Alabama. In 1927, the muscular macho man
was signed by MGM where he played in a number of leading roles opposite popular actresses such
as Garbo, Pickford, and Crawford for several years. But Brown never really found his acting niche
until he starred in King Vidor's Billy the Kid (1930). From then on he was happily typecast as a
cowboy actor, and became a hero to millions of American boys, appearing in over 200 B-grade
Westerns over the next two decades. From 1942-50 he was consistently among the screen's ten
most popular Western actors. Brown formally retired from movies in 1953 but made occasional
return appearances as a "nostalgia" act.

Biography by Sandra Brennan, AllMovie.com
~Silent Filmography~
Jazz Heaven (1929) (as John Mack Brown) .... Barry Holmes  
The Single Standard (1929) (as John Mack Brown) .... Tommy Hewlett ... Movie Still Code: 430-X
A Lady of Chance (1928) (as John Mack Brown) .... Steve Crandall
Annapolis (1928) (as John Mack Brown) .... Bill
... aka Branded a Coward (UK)
Our Dancing Daughters (1928) (as John Mack Brown) .... Ben Blaine
The Play Girl (1928) .... Bradley Lane
Square Crooks (1928) (as John Mack Brown) .... Larry Scott
Soft Living (1928) (as John Mack Brown) .... Stockney Webb
The Divine Woman (1928) .... Jean Lery ... Movie Still Code: 332-X
Slide, Kelly, Slide (1927) .... Himself - Football Player
The Fair Co-Ed (1927) .... Bob
After Midnight (1927) (uncredited) .... Party Boy ... Movie Still Code: 319-X
Mockery (1927) .... Russian Officer
The Bugle Call (1927) (uncredited) .... Bit