The Air Circus

Heinie Conklin and David Rollins in an original publicity still for The Air Circus (1928)

The Air Circus

David Rollins and Arthur Lake sport knickers with Heinie Conklin and Sue Carol in a publicity still for The Air Circus (1928).  Louise Dresser is top billed, but appears in only one of the numerous surviving stills.

The Air Circus

Heinie Conklin and David Rollins in a publicity still for The Air Circus (1928).  Heinie was born in San Francisco and had an astounding 459 acting credits in his career, from a 1915 short to a 1959 episode of Gunsmoke.  Highlights of his career include The Gold Rush (uncredited prospector), All Quiet on the  Western Front (uncredited), Baby Face (uncredited), The Bowery (uncredited), Barbary Coast (uncredited), Come and Get It (uncredited), One Hundred Men and a Girl (uncredited), The Westerner (uncredited), I Wake Up Screaming (uncredited), The Pride of the Yankees (uncredited wallpaper hanger), The Best Years of Our Lives (uncredited customer), Broken Arrow (uncredited townsman), Monkey Business (uncredited house painter), Pickup on South Street (uncredited subway passenger), A Star is Born (uncredited), and Love Me Tender (uncredited train passenger).  In fact, Air Force is the only film of note where he is actually credited.