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Also Known As: Died: March 10, 1986
Born: January 3, 1905 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: United Kingdom Profession: Cast ...


Director (feature film)

Hostile Witness (1968) as Director
A lawyer out to avenge his daughter's death becomes the suspect in a suspect's murder.
Panic in Year Zero! (1962) as Director
A vacationing family tries to survive the aftermath of nuclear war.
The Safecracker (1958) as Director
A reformed burglar calls on his criminal skills to aid the war effort.
Lisbon (1956) as Director
A Man Alone (1955) as Director

Cast (feature film)

Sea Serpent, The (1984) as Professor Timothy Wallace
Starflight One (1983) as Q T Thornwell
A hypersonic passenger jet is forced into orbit.
Cave-In! (1983) as Professor Soames
A party of tourists -- including a state senator (Susan Sullivan), a park ranger (Dennis Cole) who was her one-time lover, a cantankerous professor (Ray Milland), and an escaped convict (James Olson) -- are trapped deep inside the caverns of an unnamed national park, rescued briefly, and then caught
Royal Romance of Charles and Diana, The (1982) as Mr Griffiths
The second Charles and Diana movie, with two virtual unknowns in the leads: Christopher Baines had acted on the British stage and on the BBC, but Catherine Oxenberg, a U.S.-born, British-raised professional model, here made her acting debut. Of particular interest was the casting of Dana Wynter as Q
Our Family Business (1981) as Tony
This film, dealing with the life and family of a syndicate boss (played by actor/director Sam Wanamaker), emerged as an off-beat pilot to a prospective series -- TV's first dealing exclusively with organized crime from the syndicate's point of view. Ted Danson, later to find stardom on "Cheers", is
Survival Run (1980)
Six teenagers are on their way to Arizona for a vacation when they have a car accident. While hiking to the next town, they run into some drug smugglers and wind up running for their lives.
Game For Vultures (1979) as Colonel Brettle
The Attic (1979)
Woman librarian devotes life to caring for wheelchair-bound tyrannical father after being stood up at altar. She fantasizes his death and finds joy only with her pet monkey. Monkey disappears and a shocking past is revealed.
Darker Side Of Terror (1979) as Professor Meredith
A psychological thriller about a research biologist who, angered when an associate is given a position over him based on stolen research findings, agrees to assist his former professor in a cloning experiment in which a duplicate of himself is created -- and which then, with a mind and will of its o
Oliver's Story (1978) as Mr Barrett
After the death of his wife Jenny, Oliver Barrett tries to ease the pain of his loss by throwing himself into this work as a lawyer. Not only d s this not help him emotionally, but his political views which run counter than those of the senior partners and his inconsolable grief is wearing on everyo
Cruise into Terror (1978) as Dr Isiah Bakkun
Evil emanates from an ancient sarcophagus brought aboard a pleasure cruise ship peopled by a predictably stellar TV cast. Originally this was to have been called "Voyage into Evil."
Spree (1978)
Blackout (1978) as Monsieur Stafford
Battlestar Galactica (1978) as Sire Uri
A spaceship full of survivors of a doomed planet are headed to planet Earth. Along the way they encounter villainous robots, threatening to derail their Earth bound journey.
Aces High (1977) as Brigadier Whale
A naive young officer straight from school arrives on the Western front to fight the air war against the Germans. However, the life expectancy of green pilots is not very good.
Slavers (1977) as Hassan
Uncanny, The (1977) as Frank Richards
Wilbur Gray, a horror writer, has stumbled upon a terrible secret, that cats are supernatural creatures who really call the shots. In a desperate attempt to get others to believe him, Wilbur spews three tales of feline horror.
Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (1976) as Roman Castavet
This sequel to Roman Polanski''s 1968 chiller traces the growth to adulthood of the half-human/half-demon child whose life is a macabre battleground between human and satanic forces. Ruth Gordon recreates her original film role, and Patty Duke Astin and George Maharis take over where Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes left off. Originally this one was to have been titled simply "Rosemary''s Baby II" -- which is what it is called in syndication.
Last Tycoon, The (1976) as Fleishacker
1930s studio executive Monroe Starr makes high money deals, calms nervous stars and carries on an affair. F. Scott Fitzgerald is said to have based the character on MGM legend Irving Thalberg.
Mayday At 40,000 Feet! (1976) as Dr Joseph Mannheim
An airliner has been disabled and the lives of its terrified passengers depend on the untried skills of its co-pilot after the pilot is seriously wounded by a killer who had boarded during a stopover.
Dead Don't Die, The (1975) as Jim Moss
This supernatural period piece set in the mid-1930s has a sailor becoming drawn into the netherworld while trying to prove that his brother was wrongly executed for murder.
Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) as Aristotle Bolt
An unscrupulous millionaire tries to catch two mysterious children with super powers.
Ellery Queen (1975) as Carson Mckell
The pilot film for an atmospheric whodunit set in the 1940s that involves an author-criminologist in one of the cases stumping his New York City police inspector father -- the murder of a famed fashion designer. Hutton and Wayne continued their roles in the subsequent series (1975-76) that also had
Swiss Conspiracy, The (1975) as Johann Hurtil
When a Swiss bank finds that the confidentiality of some of its more vulnerable customers has been compromised it calls in an American investigator, who soon uncovers a web of deceit and blackmail. With old debts being paid off his own health is soon in danger, but at least he starts to gets to know one of the bank's female customers pretty well.
Gold (1974) as Hurry Hirschfeld
Rod Slater is the newly appointed general manager of the Sonderditch gold mine, but he stumbles across an ingenious plot to flood the mine, by drilling into an underground lake, so the unscrupulous owners to make a killing in the international gold market.
Terror In The Wax Museum (1974) as Flexner
Embassy (1973) as Ambassador
The Thing with Two Heads (1972) as Maxwell Kirshner
A rich but racist man is dying and hatches an elaborate scheme for transplanting his head onto another man's body. His health deteriorates rapidly, and doctors are forced to transplant his head onto the only available candidate: a black man from death row.
Frogs (1972) as Jason Crockett
Ray Milland plays an aging, grumpy, physically disabled millionaire who invites his family to his island estate for his birthday celebration. Sam Elliot plays a free-lance photographer who is doing a pollution layout for an ecology magazine. Jason Crokett (Milland) hates nature, poisoning anything that crawls on his property. On the night of his birthday the frogs and other members of nature begin to pay Milland back.
River of Gold (1971) as Evelyn Rose
A pair of beach bums drift to Acapulco in search of a beautiful young woman and a sunken treasure.
Black Noon (1971) as Caleb Hobbs
An occult Western about a circuit-riding minister and his wife who are caught up in a web of witchcraft involving a mute beauty and a satanical gunfighter.
Company of Killers (1970) as George DeSalles
Love Story (1970) as Oliver Barrett III
Students from opposite sides of the tracks fight for their love.
Hostile Witness (1968) as Simon Crawford
A lawyer out to avenge his daughter's death becomes the suspect in a suspect's murder.
X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963) as Dr. James Xavier
A doctor uses special eye drops to give himself x-ray vision, but the new power has disastrous consequences.
Premature Burial (1962) as Guy Carrell
Emily Gault arrives at the Carrell mansion determined to rekindle an old relationship with Guy Carrell, despite the disapproval of his sister, Kate. Guy overcomes his all-consuming fear of being buried alive long enough to marry Emily but soon becomes obsessed again, building a crypt designed to guarantee that he will not fall prey to his most dreaded nightmare. Trying to prove that he has been cured of his phobia, he opens his father's tomb and is shocked into a catatonic state. His worst fears are realized as he is lowered into a grave and covered over, apparently never to learn that the treachery of someone very dear to him was directly responsible for his predicament.
Panic in Year Zero! (1962) as Harry Baldwin
A vacationing family tries to survive the aftermath of nuclear war.
High Flight (1958) as Wing Commander [Rudge]
A flight trainer tries to deal with a headstrong cadet.
The Safecracker (1958) as Colley Dawson [Also known as Simon Ledburn]
A reformed burglar calls on his criminal skills to aid the war effort.
Three Brave Men (1957) as Joe Di Marco
A Navy Security employee gets discharged after being suspected of "Communist affiliations." With the help of a lawyer and the Secretary of the Navy, his life long commitment to the military is established and he is returned to service with back pay.
The River's Edge (1957) as Nardo Denning
A thief with a million dollars on him wrangles a Texas couple, the husband being an expert outdoorsman, to guide him across the Texas border and make his escape into Mexico.
Lisbon (1956) as Capt. Robert John Evans
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955) as Stanford White
A Man Alone (1955) as Wes Steele
Dial M for Murder (1954) as Tony Wendice
A straying husband frames his wife for the murder of the man he'd hired to kill her.
Let's Do It Again (1953) as Gary Stuart
A divorced couple finds it impossible to stay out of each other's lives.
Jamaica Run (1953) as Pat Fairlie
Promoter William Montague (Patric Knowles) wants to buy the estate owned by the Daceys, Mrs. Dacey (Carroll McComas)and her daughter Ena (Arlene Dahl) and son Todd (Wendell Corey), in order to build a resort hotel. When they turn him down, he produces a couple of distant relatives, Janice (Laura Elliott) and Robert Clayton (Michael Moore), and sets about to prove that the estate rightfully belongs to them. The identity of the rightful heirs is thought to be buried in a sunken ship off of the Jamaican shore and the search begins, led by a schooner skipper, Patrick Fairlie (Rayy Milland), who is in love with Ena.
The Thief (1952) as Dr. Allan Fields
Interesting, but sometimes slow film about a nuclear physicist working in Washington DC who also spies for some unnamed foreign country. It does have a rather funny, patriotic/propagandist ending. It's most interesting aspect is that it is filmed entirely without dialogue.
Something to Live For (1952) as Alan Miller
Bugles in the Afternoon (1952) as Sgt. Kern Shafter
Old enemies stationed together at an Army post vie for the same woman.
Close to My Heart (1951) as Brad Sheridan
A journalist's wife insists on adopting an abandoned child.
Night into Morning (1951) as Phillip Ainley
After a fire kills his family, a college professor sinks into alcoholism.
Rhubarb (1951) as Eric Yeager
Rich, eccentric T.J. Banner adopts a feral cat who becomes an affectionate pet. Then T.J. dies, leaving to Rhubarb most of his money and a pro baseball team, the Brooklyn Loons. When the team protests, publicist Eric Yeager convinces them Rhubarb is good luck. But Eric's fiancée Polly seems to be allergic to cats, and the team's success may mean new hazards for Rhubarb.
Copper Canyon (1950) as Johnny Carter
During post civil war, southern veterans move wet to find money to rebuild their homes and are continuosly harassed.
A Life of Her Own (1950) as Steve Harleigh
An innocent small-town girl climbs to the top of the modeling business man by man.
A Woman of Distinction (1950) as Alec Stevenson
A publicity hungry press agent creates a romance between an icy college dean and a visiting lecturer.
Alias Nick Beal (1949) as Nick Beal
A crusading district attorney sells his soul to the devil to fight corruption.
It Happens Every Spring (1949) as Vernon Simpson, also known as King Kelly
A scientist invents a baseball that can''''t be hit.
Miss Tatlock's Millions (1948) as Himself
After the accidental death of an idiot heir, a stunt man is hired to impersonate him while the family gathers to determine the dispersment of the estate of Miss Tatlock's millions.
Sealed Verdict (1948) as Major Robert Lawson
So Evil My Love (1948) as Mark Bellis
A con artist seduces a missionary's widow into joining his crooked schemes.
The Big Clock (1948) as George Stroud
A corrupt publisher tries to frame a career-driven editor for murder.
The Trouble with Women (1947) as Professor Gilbert Sedley
Variety Girl (1947) as
Dozens of star and character-actor cameos and a message about the Variety Club (show-business charity) are woven into a framework about two hopeful young ladies who come to Hollywood, exchange identities, and cause comic confusion (with slapstick interludes) throughout the Paramount studio.
California (1947) as Jonathan Trumbo
"Wicked" Lily Bishop joins a wagon train to California, led by Michael Fabian and Johnnny Trumbo, but news of the Gold Rush scatters the train. When Johnny and Michael finally arrive, Lily is rich from her saloon and storekeeper (former slaver) Pharaoh Coffin is bleeding the miners dry. But worse troubles are ahead: California is inching toward statehood, and certain people want to make it their private empire.
The Imperfect Lady (1947) as Clive Loring
Golden Earrings (1947) as Colonel Ralph Deniston
An English POW tries to hide from the Nazis by posing as a gypsy.
The Well Groomed Bride (1946) as Lt. Dudley Briggs
Kitty (1946) as Sir Hugh Marcy
A penniless British lord passes a street urchin off as a lady to sell her to a rich husband.
The Lost Weekend (1945) as Don Birnam
A writer fights to overcome his addiction to liquor.
Lady in the Dark (1944) as Charley Johnson
Till We Meet Again (1944) as John
The Uninvited (1944) as Roderick "Rick" Fitzgerald
A brother and sister buy a house with a ghostly secret.
Ministry of Fear (1944) as Stephen Neale
When hidden microfilm comes into his possession, an innocent man is drawn into espionage.
Forever and a Day (1943) as Bill [Trimble]
During World War II an American travels to Britain to sell an old house near London that belongs to his family. But he mets Susan Trimble who lives in the house and who is strictly against the sale. While they spend the night in an air-raid shelter she tells him the story of the building from it's construction in 1804 until present day.
The Crystal Ball (1943) as Brad Cavanaugh
A female fortuneteller uses her "powers" to land a man.
Star Spangled Rhythm (1943) as Himself, men playing cards skit
Pop, a security guard at Paramount has told his son that he's the head of the studio. When his son arrives in Hollywood on shore leave with his buddies, Pop enlists the aid of the studio's dizzy switchboard operator in pulling off the charade. Things get more complicated when Pop agrees to put together a show for the Navy starring Paramount's top contract players.
Sullivan's Travels (1942) as Man on lot
A filmmaker masquerades as a hobo to get in touch with the little people.
The Major and the Minor (1942) as Major [Philip] Kirby
A woman disguises herself as a little girl and ends up in a military academy.
The Lady Has Plans (1942) as Kenneth Harper
Some dastardly criminals have stolen some top secret plans and tattoo them on the back of a woman so she can sell them to the highest bidder in Lisbon. This woman plans to take the place of a 'Sidney Royce', a legitimate traveler going to Lisbon as a reporter. Crossed signals allows the real Sidney to reach Portugal first, where she is pursued by those trying to obtain the plans and US government agents trying to prevent the sale.
Are Husbands Necessary? (1942) as George Cugat
Reap the Wild Wind (1942) as Stephen Tolliver
Two sailors vie for the affections of a southern temptress while fighting off pirates.
I Wanted Wings (1941) as Jeff Young
Story follows the training and personal lives of three recruits in the Army Air Corps --- a wealthy playboy, a college jock and an auto mechanic. Love interest is supplied by a female photographer and a sultry blonde.
Skylark (1941) as Tony Kenyon
A neglected housewife falls in love with a handsome attorney.
The Doctor Takes A Wife (1940) as Dr. Timothy Sterling
A man-hating author and a woman-hating doctor have to pretend they're married.
Arise, My Love (1940) as Tom Martin
A dashing pilot and a vivacious reporter find adventure in Europe on the eve of World War II.
French Without Tears (1940) as Alan [Howard]
Untamed (1940) as Dr. William Crawford
Irene (1940) as Don Marshall
An Irish shop girl falls in love with a high-society boy.
Hotel Imperial (1939) as Lieutenant Stephen Nemassy
It is the fate of a small frontier town, adjoining the no-man's-land where the Russians and Austrians are fighting out one of the final campaigns of World War I, to be occupied one day by the Russians, the next by the Austrians, and the inhabitants soon acquire a complacent view of the changing allegiances. To the town comes Ann Warschaska (Isa Miranda), intent on aveninging the suicide of her sister, who has killed herself after being betrayed by an Austrian officer. She knows no more about his identity than the number of his room at the "Hotel Imperial". She gets a job at the hotel as a maid but soon combines this work with modeling, when an eccentric Russian, General Videnko (Reginald Owen), with a passion for painting asks her to pose for him. Breaking into the fatal Room 12, she finds Lt. Nenassey (Ray Milland), a young Austrian officer who has taken refuge there after being separated from the army. Thinking him the betrayer of her sister, she plans to hand him over to the occupying-Russians, but relents when she learns that there are two Room 12's. The man actually guilty of the crime is a Russian spy who holds a commission in the Austrian army. Believing him to be a fellow-soldier in distress, Nenassey makes plans to help him escape, but finds out at the last minute that he is a Russian spy. A strange turn events allows Nenassey to aid Anna in her mission and rid his country of a dangerous enemy at the same time. General Videnko, meanwhile, is giving a grand-style banquet for the man who will never be able to attend another.
Everything Happens at Night (1939) as Geoffrey Thompson
Two reporters compete to discover a scientist living in hiding and win his daughter.
Beau Geste (1939) as John Geste
Three brothers in the French foreign legion fight off murderous Arabs and a sadistic sergeant.
Tropic Holiday (1938) as Ken Warren
Say It in French (1938) as Richard ["Ricky"] Carrington, Jr.
Men with Wings (1938) as Scott Barnes
Her Jungle Love (1938) as Bob [Mitchell]
While searching the South Pacific for a missing aviator, Bob Mitchell (Ray Milland) and Jimmy Wallace (Lynne Overman) are caught in a typhoon and crack up on an island, escaping unharmed with the aid of Tura (Dorothy Lamour), a beautiful jungle girl who is the only inhabitant of the island and is believed a goddess by the natives of the adjoining islands. The three are about to leave the island on a make-shift raft when a gang of savage tribesman land, headed by Kuasa (J. Carroll Naish), a half-mad potentate who informs them that all whites are his mortal enemies because an Englishwoman once spurned his love and he got his revenge by stealing her daughter, who is Tura. He had set her up as a goddess but she must now pay for befriending the hated white men by being sacrificed to the crocodiles in an underground temple. An earthquake rocks the island and destroys Kuasa and his band. Bob, Jimmy and Tura find a party of rescuers waiting on the beach, headed by aviation company president J. C. Martin (Jonathan Hale) and his daughter Eleanor (Virginia Vale as Dorothy Howe), Bob's fiancee. It soon becomes evident that Bob must choose between Tura and Elanor.
Easy Living (1937) as John Ball, Jr.
When a working girl tries to return a lost fur coat, she gets caught up in a wealthy family''''s battles.
Wings over Honolulu (1937) as Lieutenant [Richard] "Stony" Gilchrist
Adapted by Isabel Dawn and Boyce de Gaw from a "Redbook Magazine" story by Mildred Cram with, apparently, none of the three understanding much about military trials or else the Ray Milland character would have ended up with a dishonorable discharge and twenty years in the slammer. Story begins at a birthday party given for Virginia deb Lauralee Curtis (Wendy Barrie) by her adoring aunts Nellie (Margaret McWade) and Evie Curtis (Clara Blandick.) Wealthy yankee Gregory Chandler (Kent Taylor) claims the first dance and spends the night unfolding dazzling vistas of yachts, wealth and far-off romantic places and asks Lauralee to marry him. She declines, as properly brought-up southern girls do not accept first-night proposals or, most of the time, propositions. But this changes when navy flyers Lieutenants Stony Gilchrist (Ray Milland) and Jack Furness (William Gargan) make a forced landing on the Curtis plantation, and it is a case of love at first sight when Lauralee meets Stony,evidently because Lauralee and Stony are the only two people at the party with British accents. She marries him and follows him to Honolulu.But the Navy bungalow is a bit drab---"pitifully drab" to be exact---for a good old girl from a southern plantation, and she isn't too keen about airplanes flying over the house all day even if they are on a Naval base and, for goodness gracious sakes, ol' Stony's duties force him to stay away from home at times. Meanwhile, Gregory sails his yacht into the harbor with the express purpose of winning Lauralee away from Stony, which is not surprising for a damn yankee. She assures the cad that she loves her husband more than ever but...she will attend a party on his yacht since Stony is tied up doing whatever it is he does and a girl just can't stay cooped up all the time and she reckons there is nothing wrong in that. But Stony comes home early, finds out where she is going and reckons otherwise. They quarrel and Lauralee hies herself on to the party, which ends up on a slumming excursion to a disreputable cafe where a drunk makes a pass at Lauralee, and Gregory, miffed that someone other than he is out to spoil Lauralee's honor, fights the drunk. All three are hauled to jail and the story is all over Honolulu's morning newspapers. Grief-stricken and not wishing to bring further shame on Stony, Lauralee sends word she is leaving him for Gregory Chandler. Stony isn't buying any of that and he steals a Navy plane and goes in search of Chandler's yacht. To compound his theft of United States government property, Stony also manages to crash said property. He offers no defense at his court martial, since doing so would involve his wife's good (albeit somewhat tarnished) name. But Lauralee shows up and tells the court martial board it was all her fault, and the board reckons that under these circumstances Stony should be restored to full duty and rank but transferred to another base. In real life, of course, his next base would have been the federal prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas doing a hard-duty twenty years behind the bars.
Wise Girl (1937) as John O'Halloran
A rich girl plays poor to win over a Greenwich Village artist.
Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937) as Capt. Hugh "Bulldog Drummond"
Captain Drummond becomes a prisoner when he intents to protect a beautiful heiress of an espionage organization.
Ebb Tide (1937) as Robert Herrick
The Return of Sophie Lang (1936) as Jimmy Lawson
Three Smart Girls (1936) as Lord Michael Stuart
The daughters of a divorced couple try to keep their father from remarrying.
The Jungle Princess (1936) as Christopher Powell
Christopher Powell is in Malaysia with his fiancée and her father, capturing wild animals. While out hunting, he is attacked by a tiger, and his native guides run away, leaving him for dead. But the tiger is the pet of Ulah, a beautiful young woman who grew up by herself in the jungle. She rescues Chris and takes him back to her cave, where she nurses him to health and falls in love with him. When he eventually returns to camp, she follows. The fiancée is jealous, and the natives don't like Ulah or her pet tiger either, all of which leads to a lot of trouble.
The Big Broadcast of 1937 (1936) as Bob Miller
A failing radio station needs to put on a ratings winner to have any chance of continued operation.
Next Time We Love (1936) as Tommy Abbott
Woman drops out of college to marry an ambitious, young journalist. Their happiness is delayed when a rich admirer sees that she gets an acting job just as her reporter leaves to cover the news from Rome. The marriage goes stale as separartions follow reunions, and the two pursue their respective ca
The Gilded Lily (1935) as Chas. Gray Granville
A news reporter turns the woman he loves into a media star after she rejects an aristocrat''s marriage proposal.
The Glass Key (1935) as Taylor Henry
Four Hours to Kill! (1935) as Carl Barrett
Alias Mary Dow (1935) as Peter Marshall
Dying Evelyn Dow anguishes over her lost daughter, who disappeared as a child. Evelyn's husband Henry, hoping to make his wife's final days more bearable, asks waitress Sally Gates to pose as the daughter. Sally does so, but Mrs. Dow is so cheered by her "daughter's" return that she regains her health, leaving Sally stuck in her role.
Many Happy Returns (1934) as Ted Lambert
Gracie Allen (Gracie Allen) assumes the "management" of the shop owned by her papa Horatio Allen (George Barbier), turning it into a radio station and then an aviary---with the usual Gracie Allen logic---while distracted Papa is trying to get younger daughter, beauty contest winner Florence (Joan Marsh), married before she can head to Hollywood and get into the movies. The story moves to Hollywood, where, with Gracie around, kidnappers get kidnapped and the chatter between her and George Burns (George Burns)even takes a few satirized shots at Filmland, in addition to their usual unusual routines. Guy Lombardo, top-billed on the ads and posters with Burns and Allen but not the cast listings, and dance team Frank Veloz and Yolanda, fill in where needed between the cracks of the mostly on-the-fly plot, and they don't seem to be taking their gigs all that seriously either. Burns & Allen Radio fans, the few of us that still remember "Radio", will love it,while others are likely to give it a "say what" or 'duh", especially if they were raised on television comedy of the past 20 years.
Orders Is Orders (1934) as Dashwood
Menace (1934) as Freddie Bastion
Bolero (1934) as Lord Coray
This is the story of an egotistical nightclub dance performer named Raoul, his determination to succeed at all costs, and the only woman in his life that truly matters to him, a dancing partner named Helen. (The highlight of the film is a dance performed atop a circular stage to a truncated version of Ravel's "Bolero.")
We're Not Dressing (1934) as Prince Michael [Stofani]
A marooned socialite finds herself taking orders from the sailor she had snubbed before their shipwreck.
One Hour Late (1934) as Tony St. John
The Mystery of Mr. X (1934) as Forbes
A sophisticated jewel thief tries to prove himself innocent of a string of cop murders.
Charlie Chan in London (1934) as Neil Howard
Polly of the Circus (1932) as Church usher
A small-town minister risks his career when he falls for a trapeze artist.
But the Flesh Is Weak (1932) as Mr. Stewart, man at party
A widower and his son set out to marry rich widows.
The Man Who Played God (1932) as Eddie
After losing his hearing, a musician uses lip-reading to help others.
Payment Deferred (1932) as James Medland
A milquetoast kills for money and finds it a hard habit to break.
Ambassador Bill (1931) as King Lothar
An American ambassador arrives in a small country that is being convulsed by political intrigue and civil unrest. He befriends the young boy who is to be the country's king, to ensure that the boy is prepared to take on the role and also to see that he lives long enough to assume the crown.
The Bachelor Father (1931) as Geoffrey Trent
An aging Don Juan decides to get better acquainted with his grown children.
Bought (1931) as Charles Carter, Jr.
Blonde Crazy (1931) as [Joe] Reynolds
A con-man bellhop and his chambermaid girlfriend set out to fleece hotel guests.
Strangers May Kiss (1931) as Young man at roulette table
A sophisticated woman risks her marriage for love of a ruthless schemer.
Just a Gigolo (1931) as Freddie
To escape gold diggers, a British lord pretends to be a gigolo.

Producer (feature film)

Lisbon (1956) as Associate Producer

Cast (special)

Markham (1958) as Detective Roy Markham
The pilot film for the series of the same title. The exploits of Roy Markham, a tough private detective. In the pilot episode, Markham attempts to rescue a girl who has been kidnapped by a psychopath. ("Markham" was the proposed series title.)

Cast (special)

Dream Merchants, The (1980) as Lawrence Radford
Testimony of Two Men (1977) as Jonas Witherby
Seventh Avenue (1977) as Douglas Fredericks
The third in NBC's "Best Seller" series, this three-part serialization of Norman Bogner's novel about a poor young man from New York's lower east side who becomes a power in the garment industry in the post-Depression era won Emmy Award nominations for Steven Keats and Dori Brenner.
Rich Man, Poor Man (1975) as Duncan Calderwood
The overwhelming success of this star-laden TV adaptation of Irwin Shaw's 1970 best-seller that was shown as six two-hour motion pictures over a seven-week period assured the future of the "Novel for Television" miniseries genre. Stars of varying magnitudes were made of the production's three leadin

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