No. 50 in a series of 50 from Player's Navy Cut cigarettes
"Robert Young was born in Chicago on February 22nd, 1907, one of a family of three boys and two girls. As a boy he sold newspapers, worked in drug stores and cleaning establishments to pay for his education. On leaving school, he joined the Pasadena Community Playhouse, and then decided to take up the stage as a career. While on tour he was given a film test by M.G.M., and a contract followed. The Black Camel was his first film, for which he was loaned to another studio. Among his latest are Lazy River, The House of Connelly, Spitfire, The House of Rothschild, Paris Interlude and Death on the Diamond."