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Brown of Harvard (1926) is a silent film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and starring William Haines. The film is the best known of the three Brown of Harvard films, having been film legend John Wayne's screen debut. [1] Uncredited, Wayne played a "Yale Football Player". Grady Sutton and Robert Livingston, both of whom went on to long and successful careers, also appear uncredited. The 1918 film included future Boston Redskins coach William "Lone Star" Dietz and the only Washington State University football team to win a Rose Bowl Game.


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