Gerald Mohr


Actor

About

Birth Place
New York City, New York, USA
Born
June 11, 1914
Died
November 10, 1968

Biography

Gerald Mohr was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Mohr began his acting career with roles in such films as the Frances Gifford adventure "Jungle Girl" (1941), the crime picture "The Monster and the Girl" (1941) with Ellen Drew and the comedy "The Lady Has Plans" (1942) with Paulette Goddard. He also appeared in "One Dangerous Night" (1943), the Roy Rogers musical "King ...

Biography

Gerald Mohr was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Mohr began his acting career with roles in such films as the Frances Gifford adventure "Jungle Girl" (1941), the crime picture "The Monster and the Girl" (1941) with Ellen Drew and the comedy "The Lady Has Plans" (1942) with Paulette Goddard. He also appeared in "One Dangerous Night" (1943), the Roy Rogers musical "King of the Cowboys" (1943) and the Dennis Morgan adaptation "The Desert Song" (1943). He kept working in film throughout the forties, starring in "The Lone Wolf in Mexico" (1947), "The Lone Wolf in London" (1947) and "The Magnificent Rogue" (1947). He also appeared in "Two Guys From Texas" (1948) with Dennis Morgan. Nearing the end of his career, he continued to act in the Dean Martin comedic sports movie "Money From Home" (1953), "Invasion U.S.A." (1953) and "Guns, Girls and Gangsters" (1958). He also appeared in "The Angry Red Planet" (1959) and the Rita Moreno crime feature "This Rebel Breed" (1960). Mohr last acted in "Funny Girl" (1968). Mohr passed away in November 1968 at the age of 54.

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Funny Girl (1968)
Branca
One of Our Spies Is Missing (1966)
The Angry Red Planet (1960)
Col. Tom O'Banion
This Rebel Breed (1960)
Lt. Robert Brooks
Date with Death (1959)
Mike Mason [also known as Deverman]
My World Dies Screaming (1958)
Philip Justin [also known as Philip Tierney]
Guns, Girls and Gangsters (1958)
Chuck Wheeler
The Buckskin Lady (1957)
Slinger
Dragonfly Squadron (1954)
Capt. MacIntyre
Money from Home (1954)
Marshall Preston
The Eddie Cantor Story (1954)
Rocky Kramer
Raiders of the Seven Seas (1953)
[Capt. Jose] Salcedo
The Ring (1952)
Pete Genusia
The Duel at Silver Creek (1952)
Rod Lacey
Son of Ali Baba (1952)
Capt. Youssef
The Sniper (1952)
Sgt. Joe Ferris
Invasion U.S.A. (1952)
Vince Potter
Hunt the Man Down (1951)
Walter Long
Ten Tall Men (1951)
Caid Hussin
Detective Story (1951)
Tami Giacoppetti
Sirocco (1951)
Major Leon
Undercover Girl (1950)
Reed Menig
The Blonde Bandit (1949)
Joe Sapelli
Two Guys from Texas (1948)
Link Jessup
The Lone Wolf in Mexico (1947)
Michael Lanyard, also known as The Lone Wolf
The Lone Wolf in London (1947)
Michael Lanyard, also known as The Lone Wolf
Heaven Only Knows (1947)
Treason
The Catman of Paris (1946)
Inspector Severen
Passkey to Danger (1946)
Malcolm Tauber
The Invisible Informer (1946)
Eric Baylor
Dangerous Business (1946)
Duke
The Magnificent Rogue (1946)
Mark Townley
The Notorious Lone Wolf (1946)
Michael Lanyard, also known as The Lone Wolf
Gilda (1946)
Captain Delgado
The Truth About Murder (1946)
Johnny Lacka
A Guy Could Change (1946)
Eddy Raymond
Lady of Burlesque (1943)
Louie [Grindero]
One Dangerous Night (1943)
Harry Cooper
The Desert Song (1943)
Hassan
Redhead from Manhattan (1943)
Chick Andrews
Murder in Times Square (1943)
O'Dell Gissing
King of the Cowboys (1943)
Maurice
Dr. Broadway (1942)
Red
The Lady Has Plans (1942)
Joe Scalsi
The Reluctant Dragon (1941)
Narrator of "Baby Weems"
We Go Fast (1941)
Nabob [of Borria]
The Monster and the Girl (1941)
Munn
Jungle Girl (1941)
Society Smugglers (1939)
Footman
The Housekeeper's Daughter (1939)
Gangster

Cast (Short)

Movies Are Adventure (1948)
Narrator

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Sniper, The (1952) - It'll Turn Out To Be Her Boyfriend Second appearance for Adolphe Menjou as Lt. Kafka and Gerald Mohr as Sgt. Ferris, after the crime scene, now at the home of the victim, terse chat even as the perp Eddie (Arthur Franz) calculates whether he should deliver the cleaning for the gal he murdered, in The Sniper, 1952, shot on location around Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, Paul Marion the debriefed boyfriend.
Desert Song, The (1944) - Step Out Of The Sun Joining the uncommonly complex early exposition, we’ve barely met Dennis Morgan, a guy who shares bathing facilities in Morocco with a reporter (Lynne Overman), then the new singer in town (Irene Manning) converses with her boss (Nestor Paiva) and a French colonel (Bruce Cabot), in Warner Bros.’ The Desert Song, 1944.
Desert Song, The (1944) - El Khobar! Big action perhaps refers to the title, as a guy in a red mask, apparently the rebel leader in Morocco (could he be top-billed Dennis Morgan, an itinerant piano player?) leads a raid on a French forced-labor camp Gerald Mohr his aide, as Tarbouch (Marcel Dalio) is captured, in Warner Bros.’ The Desert Song, 1944.
Gilda (1946) - He Can't Afford It Buenos Aires casino boss Ballin (George MacReady) leaves new wife Rita Hayworth (title character) and employee Johnny (Glenn Ford) alone for the first time, their previous relations now confirmed, Delgado (Gerald Mohr) and Obregon (Joseph Calleia) cutting-in, in Charles Vidor's Gilda, 1946.
Lone Ranger, The (1956) - It Was A Hard Land Apparently Gerald Mohr (though not credited) on the narration, opening producer Jack Wrather's debut after buying out the radio and TV franchise, introducing Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels, with Technicolor action from Kanab, Utah, in the first big screen production of The Lone Ranger, 1956.
Watch On The Rhine (1943) - We Lived Modestly And Happily Returned to the home of her Washingtonian mother (Lucile Watson) and brother (Donald Woods) after 18 years abroad, Sara (Bette Davis) tries to explain how she and German husband Kurt (Paul Lukas), whom she's just introduced, have been getting by, in Watch On The Rhine, 1943.
Guns, Girls And Gangsters (1958) - Clear The Decks Lee Van Cleef is the villain watching from outside and Gerald Mohr, though he's a crook himself, is the object of the affection of "Vi" (Mamie Van Doren), performing her second original tune in the picture, at a New Year's party, in Guns, Girls And Gangsters, 1958.
Guns, Girls And Gangsters (1958) - Released From San Quentin The narrator is not credited but meant to be credible, introducing Las Vegas, anti-hero Wheeler (Gerald Mohr) and target Darren (Grant Richards), opening the Mamie Van Doren feature from low-budget Imperial Pictures, Guns, Girls And Gangsters, 1958.
Guns, Girls And Gangsters (1958) - Singing Bombshell Narration guides ex-con Wheeler (Gerald Mohr) to the Las Vegas-area night club where the main attraction is "Vi" (top-billed Mamie Van Doren), her opening number by Buddy Bregman and Stanley Styne, early in Guns, Girls and Gangsters, 1958, directed by B-movie specialist Edward L. Cahn.

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