Philip Reed


Actor

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Harum Scarum (1965)
King Toranshah
The Tattered Dress (1957)
Michael Reston
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955)
Robert Collier
Take Me to Town (1953)
Newton Cole
Bandit Queen (1950)
Carlos Murietta, also known as Joachim and Carlos Del Rio
Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950)
Red Hawk
Tripoli (1950)
Hamet Karamanly
Daughter of the West (1949)
Navo White Eagle
Manhandled (1949)
Guy Bayard
Unknown Island (1948)
Ted Osborne
Big Town Scandal (1948)
Steve Wilson
Bodyguard (1948)
Freddie Dysen
Big Town (1947)
Steve Wilson
Big Town After Dark (1947)
Steve Wilson
I Cover Big Town (1947)
Steve Wilson
Pirates of Monterey (1947)
Lt. Carlos Ortega
Song of Scheherazade (1947)
Prince Mischetsky
Song of the Thin Man (1947)
Tommy Edlon Drake
Her Sister's Secret (1946)
Dick Connolly
Hot Cargo (1946)
Chris Bigelow
Rendezvous with Annie (1946)
Lieutenant Avery
People Are Funny (1946)
Johnny Guedel
Old Acquaintance (1943)
Lucian Grant
A Gentleman After Dark (1942)
Eddie
Aloma of the South Seas (1941)
Revo
Week-End for Three (1941)
Randy [Bloodworth]
Madame X (1937)
Jean [Rochin]
Klondike Annie (1936)
[Inspector] Jack Forrest
The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (1936)
Simon
The Luckiest Girl in the World (1936)
Percy Mayhew
The Last of the Mohicans (1936)
Uncas
Maybe It's Love (1935)
Adolph [Mengle], Jr.
The Woman in Red (1935)
Dan McCall
Accent on Youth (1935)
Dickie Reynolds
Sweet Music (1935)
Grant
The Case of the Curious Bride (1935)
Dr. Millbeck
The Girl from 10th Avenue (1935)
Tony Hewlitt
Dr. Monica (1934)
Burton
Big Hearted Herbert (1934)
Andrew [Goodrich]
Affairs of a Gentleman (1934)
Carter Vaughan
Registered Nurse (1934)
Bill
Fashions of 1934 (1934)
Jimmy
Journal of a Crime (1934)
Young man
Gambling Lady (1934)
Steve
British Agent (1934)
LeFarge
Jimmy the Gent (1934)
Ronnie Gateson
Bedside (1934)
Intern
Glamour (1934)
Lorenzo Valenti
A Lost Lady (1934)
Ned Montgomery
Female (1933)
Claybourne
The House on 56th Street (1933)
Freddy
College Coach (1933)
Westerman

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Happy Feet (2006)
Data resources Manager

Life Events

Photo Collections

Her Sister's Secret - Movie Poster
Her Sister's Secret - Movie Poster

Videos

Movie Clip

Song Of The Thin Man (1947) - Right Down To Their Fingerprints At a charity event on a gambling boat anchored off New York, we join Nick and Nora Charles (William Powell, Myrna Loy) observing bandleader Philip Reed, soloist Don Taylor, sideman Keenan Wynn, Gloria Grahame the sexy singer, and Bruce Cowling who owns the joint, exposition early in Song Of The Thin Man, 1947.
Jimmy The Gent (1934) - I Love Your Enthusiasm The criminal underbelly of a big-city hospital, medical staff (Mary Treen the nurse, Philip Faversham the intern on the phone) sharing word of a loaded corpse, intercepted by Philip Reed, relaying the call to second-billed Bette Davis, who works for slick Alan Dinehart, in Jimmy The Gent, 1934, starring James Cagney.
Her Sister's Secret (1946) - My Past Is An Open Bottle After apparently genuine New Orleans Mardi Gras footage, director Edgar G. Ulmer taking full advantage of an elaborate set, introducing Pepe (Felix Bressart), his lead Toni (Nancy Coleman), her escort (George Meeker) and an admiring soldier (Philip Reed), in Her Sister's Secret, 1946.
Female (1933) - You Are A Goddess In the just-barely pre-Code Warner Bros./First National potboiler, Ruth Chatterton as auto CEO Allison plucks a prospective boy-toy (Philip Reed) from her staff, then reconsiders, in one of a handful of pictures shot at the famous Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House in LA, in Female, 1933.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) - Want Paleface Squaws Shifty Magua (Bruce Cabot) is leading Brit Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon) and his commanding officer’s daughters (Binnie Barnes, Heather Angel) toward abduction, fortunately Hawkeye (Randolph Scott) and the Mohicans (Robert Barrat, Philip Reed) have followed, in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.
Last Of The Mohicans, The (1936) - Haircut By Huron Barbers Impressive location shooting as Hawkeye (Randolph Scott) convinces Hayward (Henry Wilcoxon) they’d better save British Alice and Cora (Binnie Barnes, Heather Angel) from the Hurons quick, then some back-story for James Fenimore Cooper’s hero, in The Last Of The Mohicans, 1936.

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