Henry Morgan


Comedian, Radio And Tv Personality
Henry Morgan

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

European Nights (1963)
Murder, Inc. (1960)
[District Attorney Burton] Turkus
It Started with a Kiss (1959)
Charlie Meriden
It Happened to Jane (1959)
Himself
Under Fire (1957)
Sgt. Joseph C. Dusak
The Bottom of the Bottle (1956)
Felix
The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956)
Sgt. Gregovich
Unidentified Flying Objects (1956)
Pilot's voice, Red Dog One
Star in the Dust (1956)
Lew Hogan
Backlash (1956)
Tony Welker
The Far Country (1955)
Ketchum
Strategic Air Command (1955)
Sgt. Bible
Not As a Stranger (1955)
Oley
The Forty-Niners (1954)
Alf Billings
The Glenn Miller Story (1954)
Chummy [MacGregor]
Prisoner of War (1954)
Maj. O. D. Halle
About Mrs. Leslie (1954)
Fred Blue
Arena (1953)
Lew Hutchins
Champ for a Day (1953)
Al Muntz
Stop, You're Killing Me (1953)
Innocence
Thunder Bay (1953)
Rawlins
Torch Song (1953)
Joe Denner
My Six Convicts (1952)
Dawson
Toughest Man in Arizona (1952)
Verne Kimber
Scandal Sheet (1952)
Biddle
Boots Malone (1952)
Quarter Horse Henry
Apache War Smoke (1952)
Editor Cotten
Bend of the River (1952)
Shorty
High Noon (1952)
Sam Fuller
What Price Glory (1952)
Sgt. Moran
The Well (1951)
Claude Packard
Belle Le Grand (1951)
Abel Stone
The Blue Veil (1951)
Charles Hall
When I Grow Up (1951)
Father Reed
Appointment with Danger (1951)
George Soderquist
The Highwayman (1951)
Tim
Outside the Wall (1950)
Garth
Dark City (1950)
Soldier
The Showdown (1950)
Rod Main
Down to the Sea in Ships (1949)
Britton
Holiday Affair (1949)
Police lieutenant
Madame Bovary (1949)
Hyppolite
Strange Bargain (1949)
Lt. Richard [L.] Webb
Red Light (1949)
Rocky
All My Sons (1948)
Frank Lubey
The Big Clock (1948)
Bill Womack
Moonrise (1948)
Billy Scripture
Yellow Sky (1948)
Half Pint
Race Street (1948)
Hal Towers
The Saxon Charm (1948)
Hermy
So This Is New York (1948)
Ernie Finch
The Gangster (1947)
Shorty
Dragonwyck (1946)
Klaas Bleeker
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946)
Joe Patillo
From This Day Forward (1946)
Hank Beesley
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946)
Gus Rivers
Somewhere in the Night (1946)
Man at baths
State Fair (1945)
Barker
A Bell for Adano (1945)
Capt. Purvis
Wing and a Prayer (1944)
Ensign Malcolm Brainard
The Eve of St. Mark (1944)
Shevlin
Roger Touhy, Gangster (1944)
Thomas J. "Smoke" Reardon
Gentle Annie (1944)
Cottonwood Goss
Happy Land (1943)
Anton "Tony" Cavrek
Crash Dive (1943)
Brownie
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943)
Art Croft
The Omaha Trail (1942)
Nat
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942)
Ebenezer Burling
To the Shores of Tripoli (1942)
Mouthy
Orchestra Wives (1942)
Cully Anderson

Writer (Special)

Victor Borge's Comedy in Music III (1958)
Writer

Special Thanks (Special)

Victor Borge's Comedy in Music III (1958)
Writer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Race Street (1948) - Don't Bet On Horses Following opening narration, entering the horse gambling racket in San Francisco, introducing bookie Hal (Henry Morgan), then his friend and backer, the star, George Raft, as "Dan." who has a fancy girlfriend "Robbie," (Marilyn Maxwell), from Race Street, 1948.
Red Light (1949) - Two Brothers Reunited Nick (Raymond Burr) and Rocky (Henry Morgan) are the prison projectionists, their newsreel introducing Torno (George Raft) greeting his priest brother Jess (Arthur Franz), early in Roy Del Ruth's Red Light, 1949.
Scandal Sheet (1952) - Open, Blood All Over! Cracking opening to director Phil Karlson's Scandal Sheet, 1952, in which unscrupulous reporter McCleary (John Derek) gets gory details from a witness who thinks he's a cop.
Ox-Bow Incident, The (1943) - That Leaves You Five Choices Cowhands Gil (Henry Fonda) and Art (Henry Morgan) ride into a Nevada town after the winter roundup and have a testy encounter with bartender Darby (Victor Kilian), opening William A. Wellman's The Ox-Bow Incident, 1943.
Gangster, The (1947) - My Conscience Never Bothered Me Heady opening in a relatively high-priced entry from Monogram/Allied Artists, Barry Sullivan (as “Shubunka”) narrates about his operation in a fictional New York neighborhood, soda jerk Henry Morgan, cashier Joan Lorring, and underling Akim Tamiroff on the phone, in The Gangster, 1947.
Gangster, The (1947) - I'm In A Hole Shorty (Henry Morgan) and cashier Dorothy (Joan Lording), both with plenty attitude, both work for title-character Shubunka (Barry Sullilvan) in his boardwalk soda-shop front operation, gambler Karty (John Ireland) pleading for for a bailout, in The Gangster, 1947.
Prisoner Of War (1954) - It's A Tough Assignment Straight up exposition as Ronald Reagan (then a freelance actor, who eagerly accepted MGM’s offer to play Captain Webb Sloane) volunteers for Henry Morgan (as Major Halle) to infiltrate a North Korean P.O.W. camp to collect evidence of violations of the Geneva Conventions. in Prisoner Of War, 1954.
Scandal Sheet (1952) - Chocolate Syrup Newsroom antics as feature writer Julie (Donna Reed) observes editor Chapman (Broderick Crawford), who gets schmoozed by her hard-news reporter boyfriend McCleary (John Derek) in Phil Karlson's Scandal Sheet, 1952.
Glenn Miller Story, The (1954) - Potted Palms And Marble Stairs Opening scene shot very near the Angel's Flight rail in downtown LA, James Stewart as the title character, with pawn broker Kranz (Sig Ruman) and pal Chummy (Henry Morgan), in the hit bio-pic The Glenn Miller Story, 1954, directed by Anthony Mann.
Moonrise - Open, Danny Hawkins Opening sequence and scene in which the hero Danny (who will be Dane Clark) is introduced as a boy, ridiculed over his father's hanging, from Frank Borzage's Moonrise, 1948.

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