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Cast (feature film)

European Nights (1963) as
Murder, Inc. (1960) as [District Attorney Burton] Turkus
A glimpse into Brooklyn''s 1930s crime syndicates, where mobsters used hired killers to enact their dirty work.
It Started with a Kiss (1959) as Charlie Meriden
After a whirlwind courtship, an Army officer and his wacky wife try to make their marriage work.
It Happened to Jane (1959) as Himself
A small-town businesswoman takes on a railroad magnate in court.
Under Fire (1957) as Sgt. Joseph C. Dusak
On the same day that he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary valor in the European campaign during World War II, Sergeant Joe Dusak (Harry Morgan as Henry Morgan) is charged with desertion during combat by a military court. Also summoned to testify are Corporal Crocker (John Locke), Corporal Quinn (Gregory La Fayette)and Private Pope (Robert Levin), the only surviving members of a patrol led by Dusak. The charges stem from a patrol into the Black Forest of Germany in which Dusak claims the patrol got lost. Sergeant William Hutchins (Karl Lucas) testifies that he ran into Dusak's patrol, and the men were laughing and not lost.
The Bottom of the Bottle (1956) as Felix
Patrick Martin (Joseph Cotten), known as P.M., is a wealthy attorney and rancher big-man-in-town in the border town of Nogales, Arizona. He returns home to find his brother Donald (Van Johnson)hiding in his garage. A former drunkard, Donald had been sent to the penitentiary five years previously for killing a man in a barroom brawl. It was in self-defense but P.M. hadn't defended his brother and he was convicted. Donald has escaped and wants his brother to help him across the Santa Cruz River into the Mexico-side Nogales, where his wife (Shirley Patterson as Shawn Smith)and children (Kim Charney and Sandy Deschler) are in dire straits. The straits get even dier when P.M. tells him the river is flooded and it will be days before anyone can cross. And P.M. is all a'twitter because his wife Nora (Ruth Roman), whom he married after Donald had gone to prison, doesn't know about his jail-bird brother. He introduces Donald to Nora and the rest of his Cadillac Cowboy and ranch society friends as an old friend, and is kept busy trying to make sure old Donald doesn't find anything harder that ginger ale to drink. Donald gets a telephone call telling him that his family has gone from dire straits to destitution and when P.M. won't get some money to them through his contacts in the Mexico side of Nogales, Donald knocks him down and grabs a couple of bottles of whiskey and dashes out of the house into the rain.
The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956) as Sgt. Gregovich
An Okinawan translator introduces U.S. occupation forces to the joys of local life.
Unidentified Flying Objects (1956) as Pilot's voice, Red Dog One
Interviews and documentary footage combine with the fictional story of an air-force pilot who encounters aliens.
Star in the Dust (1956) as Lew Hogan
In this western, a lawman tries to mediate between irate farmers and angry ranchers who are trying to decide the fate of a captured killer. The killer was hired by the ranchers who want him freed. The farmers, egged on by a schoolteacher, want to see the gunman swing. Meanwhile the real troublemaker
Backlash (1956) as Tony Welker
Jim Slater's father (whom he never knew) died in the Apache ambush at Gila Valley, and Jim is searching for the one survivor, who supposedly went for help but disappeared with a lot of gold. In the process, he gets several people gunning for him, and he keeps meeting liberated woman Karyl Orton, who may be on a similar mission. Renewed Apache hostilities and an impending range war provide complications.
Not As a Stranger (1955) as Oley
A medical student will stop at nothing to become a top surgeon.
The Far Country (1955) as Ketchum
Two cowboys on the road to Alaska help a wagon train in trouble.
Strategic Air Command (1955) as Sgt. Bible
A baseball star takes to the air to help plan the U.S.'''' aerial defense.
The Glenn Miller Story (1954) as Chummy [MacGregor]
The famed bandleader fights to establish himself and keep his family going.
The Forty-Niners (1954) as Alf Billings
A man poses as a gunman to learn the identity of three killers.
Prisoner of War (1954) as Maj. O. D. Halle
American GIs fight to survive inhuman treatment in a Korean POW camp.
About Mrs. Leslie (1954) as Fred Blue
An aging woman recalls the affair that consumed her life.
Thunder Bay (1953) as Rawlins
Oil men battle fishermen for the rights to drill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Champ for a Day (1953) as Al Muntz
Torch Song (1953) as Joe Denner
A tempestuous musical theatre star falls for a blind pianist.
Stop, You're Killing Me (1953) as Innocence
The surprise appearance of four corpses interferes with a beer baron's plans to crash high society.
Arena (1953) as Lew Hutchins
A rodeo star fights to mend his broken marriage.
What Price Glory (1952) as Sgt. Moran
A marine captain and his top sergeant are assigned to take their company from a small village to the brutal reality of war in the trenches.
My Six Convicts (1952) as Dawson
A prison psychologist tries to rehabilitate six hardcore criminals.
Toughest Man in Arizona (1952) as Verne Kimber
Marshal Landry captures outlaw Girard and bringing him in finds a woman and two children, the only survivors of an Indian attack. Later, transferring the prisoner his brothers free him. Then a stage is robbed of a silver shipment by Girard and his brothers. Examining telegrams gets Landry a confession from Girard's girlfriend. The telegraph line has been tapped and the telegrapher is the supposedly dead husband of the woman he brough in. Now knowing Girard's location he sets out after him.
Scandal Sheet (1952) as Biddle
A tabloid editor assigns a young reporter to solve a murder the editor committed himself.
Boots Malone (1952) as Quarter Horse Henry
A broken-down sports agent tries to use a promising jockey as his ticket back to the top.
Apache War Smoke (1952) as Ed Cotten
A killer joins stagecoach passengers under attack by Indians.
Bend of the River (1952) as Shorty
A westerner with a questionable past leads a wagon train into the Oregon territory.
High Noon (1952) as Sam Fuller
A retired Marshal must defend his town from a revengeful villain.
The Blue Veil (1951) as Charles Hall
The Well (1951) as Claude Packard
In a racially mixed American town, a 5-year-old black girl falls unnoticed into a hidden, forgotten well on her way to school. Having nothing better to go on, the police follow up a report that the child was seen with a white stranger, and rumors run wild. Before hapless, innocent Claude Packard is even found, popular hysteria has him tried and convicted. But Packard's troubles pale by comparison as ever more inflated rumors uncap the well of racial tensions and mob violence. And young Carolyn Crawford, forgotten by most, is still missing...
The Highwayman (1951) as Tim
Appointment with Danger (1951) as George Soderquist
Relentless postal inspector Al Goddard is set to Gary, Indiana, when another officer is murdered. He must find the nun who witnessed the murder, then infiltrate the gang by convincing them he is a postal inspector gone bad.
When I Grow Up (1951) as Father Reed
Belle Le Grand (1951) as Abel Stone
Dark City (1950) as Soldier
Danny Haley's bookie operation is shut down, so he and his pals need money; when Danny meets Arthur Winant, a sucker from out of town, he decoys him into a series of poker games where eventually Winant loses $5000 that isn't his...then hangs himself. But it seems Winant had a shadowy, protective elder brother who believes in personal revenge. And each of the card players in turn feels a faceless doom inexorably closing in. Dark streets and sexy torch-singer Fran lend ambience.
The Showdown (1950) as Rod Main
Shadrach Jones (William Elliott), ex-Texas State Policeman, has a ruthless determination to find and kill the man who shot his brother in the back and stole the money with which he was to buy a ranch for he and Shadrach. At the saloon-hotel ran by Adelaide (Marie Windsor), Shadrach is convinced that one of the cowhands on a cattle drive by Captain McKellar (Walter Brennan) to Montana is the killer, and he takes the trail-herd boss job to identify the man. McKellar preaches to Jones that he should forget revenge and let the law of retribution take care of the killer. Shadrach's hard driving of the men and his hunt for the killer makes him bitterly hated, and his retribution quest ends in a manner he has not anticipated.
Outside the Wall (1950) as Garth
Red Light (1949) as Rocky
An embezzler's revenge on the businessman who turned him in leads to a bloody vendetta.
Down to the Sea in Ships (1949) as Britton
A re-make of the 1922 silent film that details the lives of the people in a small Quaker community and the adventures of a whaling ship.
Madame Bovary (1949) as Hyppolite
A romantic country girl sacrifices her marriage when she thinks she's found true love.
Holiday Affair (1949) as Police lieutenant
A young widow is torn between a boring businessman and a romantic ne'er-do-well.
Strange Bargain (1949) as Lt. Richard [L.] Webb
A young bookkeeper is framed for his boss''''s murder.
So This Is New York (1948) as Ernie Finch
Race Street (1948) as Hal Towers
A night-club owner takes on the crooks who killed his best friend.
Yellow Sky (1948) as Half Pint
Outlaws on the run hide out in a ghost town.
Moonrise (1948) as Billy Scripture
When a murderer''''s son accidentally kills someone, he takes it on the lam.
The Big Clock (1948) as Bill Womack
A corrupt publisher tries to frame a career-driven editor for murder.
All My Sons (1948) as Frank Lubey
A veteran discovers his father cut costs on wartime military equipment.
The Saxon Charm (1948) as Hermy
The Gangster (1947) as Shorty
A troubled gangster, who has lost all faith in people, loses his weak grip on life.
Dragonwyck (1946) as Klaas Bleeker
A farm girl signs on as governess in a gloomy mansion.
Somewhere in the Night (1946) as Man at baths
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946) as Gus Rivers
Reporter Henry Barton, just out of the Army, is chagrined to be made Science Editor while his old crime reporter job goes to Bess. Against orders, Henry probes a racketeering case, and is in a Brooklyn tavern when beautiful Julia comes in with a well-trained Doberman Pinscher and with the dog's aid proceeds to rob the place... or does she? More complications ensue, with a "battle of the sexes" undertone.
From This Day Forward (1946) as Hank Beesley
In flashbacks, the 1938 courtship and marriage of young machinist Bill Cummings and bookstore clerk Susan are recalled: newlywed bliss, unemployment and other tribulations, opportunity with a hidden drawback, war and separation. Now out of the army, Bill job-hunts and worries about the future...
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946) as Joe Patillo
A Bell for Adano (1945) as Capt. Purvis
A major and his men attempt to restore order to the war-torn Italian town of Adano.
State Fair (1945) as Barker
An Iowa family finds romance and adventure at the yearly state fair.
The Eve of St. Mark (1944) as Shevlin
Wing and a Prayer (1944) as Ensign Malcolm Brainard
An aircraft carrier is sent on a decoy mission around the Pacific, with orders to avoid combat, thus lulling Japanese alertness before the battle of Midway. All the men have their individual worries and concerns, but become increasingly frustrated at their avoidance of combat, for reasons unknown to them. But in the end, all get their chance to fight.
Roger Touhy, Gangster (1944) as Thomas J. "Smoke" Reardon
Gentle Annie (1944) as Cottonwood Goss
A frontierswoman turns her family into a band of bank robbers.
Happy Land (1943) as Anton "Tony" Cavrek
A small-town druggist thinks back on the life of the son who has just died in World War II.
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) as Art Croft
A loner gets caught up in a posse's drive to find and hang three suspected rustlers.
Crash Dive (1943) as Brownie
Against his personal preference, PT boat commander Ward Stewart is made executive officer of the submarine USS Corsair. On leave before sailing, he meets schoolteacher Jean Hewlett and gives her a romantic rush...unaware that she's the sweetheart of Dewey Connors, his new commander. At sea, the men bond while fighting German Q-ships. When will they discover their mutual romantic rivalry? Will it interfere with a spectacular commando raid on a secret German base?
The Omaha Trail (1942) as Nat
The coming of the railroad to the West triggers an Indian war.
Orchestra Wives (1942) as Cully Anderson
A woman falls in love with a musician in a band and learns about life as an orchestra wife.
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942) as Ebenezer Burling
Edgar Allen Poe (John Shepperd) led an unhappy childhood, broken only by the unceasing devotion of his foster mother, Mrs. Frances Allan (Mary Howard), whose loving ministrations gave him courage to carry out his desire to write. His first love was Elmira Royster (Virginia Gilmore), and though she married another while he was at the University of Virginia, he could never purge his thoughts of her and, under the influence of her spell, he poured out the deepest passions of his heart. After a discouraging period during which he was disowned by his foster father and lost his appointment to West Point, he found the love that tamed his restless heart with Virginia Clemm (Linda Darnell). After he and Virginia married, Poe did his greatest creative work, writing for the Southern Literary Messenger and Graham's Magazine.
To the Shores of Tripoli (1942) as Mouthy
A brash young Marine has to redeem himself after trying to romance a female officer.

Writer (special)

Victor Borge's Comedy in Music III (1958) as Writer
Music and comedy with comical pianist Victor Borge and his guests.

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