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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Cyril Ring (December 5, 1892 – July 17, 1967) was an American film actor. He began his career in silent films in 1921. By the time of his final performance in 1951, he had appeared in over 350 films, almost all in small and/or uncredited parts. He is probably best remembered today for his role as Harvey Yates, a con artist captured and hand-cuffed to fellow con artist Penelope, played by Kay Francis at the very end of the Marx Brothers first film The Cocoanuts (1929).
December 5, 1892, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
July 17, 1967
1929 The CocoanutsHarvey Yates 1937 Make Way for TomorrowGuest in Vogard Hotel Lobby (uncredited) 1937 Nothing SacredPilot (uncredited) 1939 The Roaring TwentiesCharlie (uncredited) 1939 Union PacificSurveyor (uncredited) 1940 The Great DictatorOfficer Extra (uncredited) 1941 Citizen KaneNewspaperman at Trenton Town Hall (uncredited) 1941 The Lady EveHusband on Ship (uncredited) 1941 Keep 'Em FlyingNightclub Extra (uncredited) 1942 This Gun for HireNeptune Club Waiter (uncredited) 1942 Woman of the YearMr. Harding's Chauffeur 1944 LauraParty Guest (uncredited) 1944 Mr. SkeffingtonPerry Lanks (uncredited) 1945 The Naughty NinetiesMan in Water Gag (uncredited) 1947 Body and SoulVictor - Butler (uncredited)Limited to the 15 most popular items