Donald Cook

Sep 26, 1901

Bio: Entering vaudeville in the early 1920s, Donald Cook matriculated to Broadway in 1926 and came to films in the first years of the talkies. He was a leading man in most of his earliest movie appearances; he played the protégé of crippled ballet impresario John Barrymore in The Mad Genius (1931), Bette Davis' love interest in The Man Who Played God (1932), and so on.… More


Donald Cook Videos

The Unfaithful
29 seconds
Baby Face
2 minutes 57 seconds
Side Show
2 minutes 18 seconds
The Public Enemy
1 minutes 48 seconds

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