Carl Benton Reid

Carl Benton Reid




Cast (Feature Film)

Madame X (1966)
The Ugly American (1963)
Pressure Point (1962)
Chief medical officer
The Underwater City (1962)
Dr. Halstead
The Gallant Hours (1960)
Adm. Robert L. Ghormley
The Bramble Bush (1960)
Sam McFie
The Trap (1959)
Sheriff Lloyd Anderson
Pork Chop Hill (1959)
The Last of the Fast Guns (1958)
John Forbes
Tarzan's Fight for Life (1958)
Dr. Sturdy
Battle Hymn (1957)
Deacon Edwards
Spoilers of the Forest (1957)
John Mitchell
Time Limit (1957)
Gen. Connors
The Last Wagon (1956)
Gen. Howard
The Spoilers (1956)
Judge Stillman
A Day of Fury (1956)
Judge John J. McLean
The First Texan (1956)
Andrew Jackson
Strange Intruder (1956)
James Carmichael
One Desire (1955)
Senator Watrous
The Left Hand of God (1955)
Father Cornelius
Wichita (1955)
Mayor [Andrew Hope]
The Egyptian (1954)
Broken Lance (1954)
Clem Lawton
Athena (1954)
Mr. Griswalde
The Command (1954)
Col. Janeway
Main Street to Broadway (1953)
Judge Robbins, fantasy seq
Escape from Fort Bravo (1953)
Col. Owens
The Sniper (1952)
The First Time (1952)
Andrew Bennet
The Brigand (1952)
Prime Minister Triano
The Story of Will Rogers (1952)
Clem Rogers
Carbine Williams (1952)
Claude Williams
Indian Uprising (1952)
John Clemson
Boots Malone (1952)
John Williams
The Flying Missile (1951)
Dr. Gates
Stage to Tucson (1951)
Doc Noah Benteen
Criminal Lawyer (1951)
Tucker Bourne
The Family Secret (1951)
Dr. Reynolds
Lorna Doone (1951)
Sir Ensor Doone
The Great Caruso (1951)
Park Benjamin
Smuggler's Gold (1951)
"Pop" Hodges
The Killer That Stalked New York (1950)
Commissioner Ellis
The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)
In a Lonely Place (1950)
Captain Lochner
Convicted (1950)
Captain Douglas
The North Star (1943)
Tennessee Johnson (1942)
Congressman Hargrave
The Little Foxes (1941)
Oscar Hubbard

Life Events


Movie Clip

Wichita (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Pretty Good Sized Man Packed scene after the opening of the railroad, Joel McCrea as visitor Wyatt Earp is making a deposit (Sam Peckinpah his teller!) when railroad chief McCoy (Walter Coy) arrives with wife, daughter, reporter Bat Masterson and the mayor (Mae Clarke, Vera Miles, Keith Larsen, Carl Benton Reid), and trouble ensues, George Sherwood the risk-averse sheriff, in Wichta, 1955.
Wichita (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Babylon On The Arkansas River None of the principals appear here, as two guys we haven’t seen (Peter Graves and John Smith, whom we’ll learn play the brothers of the star, Joel McCrea as Marshal Wyatt Earp) arrive, meeting the bartender (William Newell) and the scheming saloon owner Black (Edgar Buchanan), in Wichta, 1955.
Convicted (1950) -- (Movie Clip) They Call It Yammering Ex-D-A Knowland (Broderick Crawford) is unflappable on his first day as prison warden, ignoring head guard Douglas (Carl Benton Reid) and aide Mackay (Ed Begley), confronting his new charges including Tex (John Doucette) and Luigi (Peter Virgo), in Convicted, 1950, starring Glenn Ford.
Little Foxes, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Not Even A Whole Violin Spectacular bit between Dan Duryea as shiftless Leo and Carl Benton Reid, his even more brazen father, discussing what might be done with their uncle and brother-in-law’s dormant assets, while they shave, in the circa 1900 South, William Wyler directing from Lillian Hellman’s script, in The Little Foxes, 1941.
Little Foxes, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Good Names Are Always Useful Alexandra (Teresa Wright) arriving home from a ride, as we meet her aunt Birdie (Patricia Collinge), uncle Ben (Charles Dingle), mother Regina (Bette Davis), Birdie's husband and other uncle Oscar (Carl Benton Reid) and son Leo (Dan Duryea), early in William Wyler's The Little Foxes, 1941.
Little Foxes, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) When We're Very Rich Having just charmed their Yankee investor, Regina (Bette Davis) begins her financial manipulation of brothers Ben (Charles Dingle) and Oscar (Carl Benton Reid), in William Wyler's The Little Foxes, 1941, from Lillian Hellman's play and screenplay.
In A Lonely Place (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Miss Gray Laurel (Gloria Grahame) is grilled by Brub (Frank Lovejoy as Sgt. Nicolai) on the whereabouts of her neighbor, screenwriter Dixon Steele (Humphrey Bogart) on the night of the murder in Nicholas Ray's In A Lonely Place, 1950.
Great Caruso, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) She Can't Sing MGM's version of the meeting of the title character Enrico (Mario Lanza) and his future wife Dorothy Park Benjamin (Ann Blyth) in New York, the date unclear, when he comes to apologize to another Metropolitan Opera singer (Dorothy Kirsten), in The Great Caruso, 1951.
Escape From Fort Bravo (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Glad We're In The Same Army Director John Sturges’ opens his first wide-screen, color Western, William Holden as harsh Union Capt. Roper, dragging Confederate prisoner Bailey (John Lupton) who escaped from an Arizona stockade, then consulting with Col. Owens (Carl Benton Reid), in Escape From Fort Bravo, 1953, co-starring Eleanor Parker and John Forsythe.
Escape From Fort Bravo (1953) -- (Movie Clip) You're Beginning To Act Human Texan visitor Carla (Eleanor Parker) coming on strong to Union stockade captain Roper (William Holden), the night before the dance where, under the nose of commanding Col. Owens (Carl Benton Reid), we learn she’s in league with Confederate prisoner Capt. Marsh (John Forsythe), Escape From Fort Bravo, 1953.
Egyptian, The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Thirty-Three Centuries Ago Michael Curtiz directing the lavish early CinemaScope Darryl F. Zanuck production from 20th Century-Fox, Edmund Purdom is the title character but billed below Jean Simmons, Michael Wilding, Victor Mature, Gene Tierney, Bella Darvi and Peter Ustinov, opening The Egyptian, 1954.
Carbine Williams (1952) -- (Movie Clip) The First Day Is The Worst Prominent North Carolina landowner Claude Williams (Carl Benton Reid) delivers his black-sheep eldest son "Marsh" (James Stewart) to prison, warden Wendell Corey narrating and brother James Arness visiting, in the life-story of the famous gun designer, Carbine Williams, 1952.