Eric Linden
American actor
Eric Linden
Eric Linden was an American actor. He began his film career in 1931, appearing in over 30 movies, including a minor role in Gone with the Wind.
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Joan Blondell Movie Schedule: STAND-IN, CRY HAVOC, KONA COAST - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Cast: Joan Blondell, Eric Linden, Jobyna Howland. BW-63 mins. 8:30 AM CENTRAL PARK (1932) Small-town kids out to make it in the big city inadvertently get mixed up with gangsters. Dir: John G. Adolfi. Cast: Joan Blondell, Wallace Ford, Guy Kibbee
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Ann Dvorak one unforgettable 'girlie' on TCM's Summer Under The Star Aug. 9 - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
James Cagney is Joe Greer, a thrill-seeking racecar driver whose younger brother, Eddie (Eric Linden) worships the ground Joe walks on. Dvorak and Joan Blondell, as their respective bad girls, along with racing sequences and realistic crashes,
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PV Class of 2009 members on dean's lists - NorthJersey.com (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
She is a 2009 graduate of Pascack Valley High School and the daughter of Ronnie Linden, of the Borough, and Eric Linden, of New York City. River Vale – Michelle Mauro has been named to the dean's list at Penn State for the spring 2011 semester
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Paid Notice: Deaths COHEN, ARTHUR
NYTimes - over 6 years
COHEN--Arthur, died peacefully in his sleep on June 15, 2010. Having recently celebrated his 80th birthday, he is survived by his wife Denise, his daughters Jill Cohen, Jackie Cohen (and her husband Eric Linden), and Alyssa Cohen Ben-Avi (and her husband Hanan Ben-Avi) and their mother Dale Tannen; his granddaughters Olivia Cohen Gay and Kaila
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The Cost of Saving Energy
NYTimes - over 9 years
NEW YORKERS have often been told that they use less energy than most Americans, partly because they live in the most densely populated city in the country. And that's true, up to a point. Sure, New Yorkers have the benefit of an extensive mass-transit system, which means lower auto emissions, but the city's residential buildings are less
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Political Points
NYTimes - over 12 years
Ne'er the Twain Shall Meet THE Republicans took over New York for a week, but did they make any impact on the natives? Did the deep red and the true blue come any closer to understanding each other? We began our investigation outside Zabar's on the Upper West Side, the neighborhood that has called itself ''the conscience of the nation.'' We were
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MOVIES: CRITIC'S CHOICE
NYTimes - almost 17 years
IT'S an old story. He's married; she's young and virginal. He loves her; she finds him repellent. But he's the king of England so she takes him to wed anyway. Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn is a match in every way for Richard Burton, at his grandest as Henry VIII early in his divorcing-beheading-remarrying cycle, in Charles Jarrott's ANNE OF THE
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1994
    Age 84
    Died in 1994.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1931
    Age 21
    He starred in his debut in the 1931 RKO Radio Pictures crime film Are These Our Children?
    More Details Hide Details Other films included Big City Blues (1932), costarring with Joan Blondell, Old Hutch (1936), opposite Wallace Beery, A Family Affair (1937), the first Andy Hardy movie, and The Good Old Soak (1937), again with Beery. However, his career petered out and he left Hollywood after his final film, Criminals Within (1943). Eric Linden died in South Laguna Beach, California, aged 84.
    He began his film career in 1931, appearing in over 30 movies, including a minor role in Gone with the Wind.
    More Details Hide Details Eric Linden was born in New York City to Phillip Linden and Elvira Lundborg, both of Swedish descent. His father was a professional pianist and an actor on stage with the Theater Royal when he lived in Stockholm, Sweden. When Eric was six, Phillip Linden deserted his family in New York City. To help support his family, Eric sold newspapers on Tenth Avenue. Linden participated in school plays at DeWitt Clinton High School. After graduation, he worked his way through Columbia University.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1909
    Born
    Born in 1909.
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