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John Holland (II) (1899–1971)

John Holland was born on June 11, 1899 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA as James B. Holland. He was an actor, known for Summer Bachelors (1926), Hell Harbor (1930) and Morals for Women (1931). He died on September 2, 1971 in Laguna Beach, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Summer Bachelors Martin Cole
Hell Harbor Bob Wade
Morals for Women Paul Cooper
Defenders of the Law Police Captain Bill Houston


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 1932 The Silver Lining
 1931 Morals for Women
Paul Cooper
 1931 Grief Street
Jim Ryan
 1931 The Lady from Nowhere
John Conroy
 1931 Defenders of the Law
Police Captain Bill Houston
 1931 Ladies' Man
Peyton Walden
 1930 The Eyes of the World
Aaron King
 1930 Ladies Must Play
 1930 Hell Harbor
Bob Wade
 1930 Guilty?
Bob Lee
 1929 The College Coquette
Coach Harvey Porter
 1929 Black Magic
John Ormsby
 1929 She Goes to War
Tom Pike
 1927 The Secret Studio
Sloan Whitney (as Clifford Holland)
 1927 Rich But Honest
Bob Hendricks (as Clifford Holland)
 1926 Summer Bachelors
Martin Cole (as Clifford Holland)
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 1931 Morals for Women (performer: "I'll Be a Friend 'With Pleasure'")

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Alternate Names:

Clifford Holland


6' 1½" (1.87 m)

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