Frank McHugh

Frank McHugh

Brother of Matt McHugh, Kitty McHugh, James McHugh, Nora McHugh, and Edward McHugh.

Ex-brother in law of Ned Glass.

Made 11 movies with his close friend James Cagney, more than any other actor. These were The Crowd Roars (1932), Footlight Parade (1933), Here Comes the Navy (1934), Devil Dogs of the Air (1935), The Irish in Us (1935), A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935), Boy Meets Girl (1938), The Roaring Twenties (1939), The Fighting 69th (1940), City for Conquest (1940), A Lion Is in the Streets (1953).

Played the same character (the petty thief running away from Chinese authorities) both in One Way Passage (1932) and its remake, 'Til We Meet Again (1940). The character was called Skippy in the first film and Rockhingham T. Rockingham in the second.

Played the same character, Spud Connors, in The Crowd Roars (1932) and its remake, Indianapolis Speedway (1939).