Roman Bohnen


Actor
Roman Bohnen

Biography

Life Events

1937

Film acting debut

Videos

Movie Clip

Counter-Attack (1945) - Too Much Courage Paul Muni as Alexei leads the band of Russian military engineers arrived to a key Eastern Front theater, bragging recklessly until the commander Kostyuk (Roman Bohnen) demands their attention, revealing his plans to surprise the Germans, Marguerite Chapman as comrade Lisa, in director Zoltan Korda’s Counter-Attack, 1945.
Of Mice And Men (1939) - A Place Like That... Disabled Candy (Roman Bohnen) wonders if he can join new farm-hand pals George (Burgess Meredith) and Lenny (Lon Chaney Jr.) in their fantasy of buying their own place, in director Lewis Milestone's Of Mice And Men, 1939, from the Steinbeck novel.
Of Mice And Men (1939) - Them New Guys Candy (Roman Bohnen) introduces farm workers George (Burgess Meredith) and Lenny (Lon Chaney Jr.) to his skeptical boss Jackson (Oscar O'Shea) in Lewis Milestone's Of Mice And Men, 1939, from John Steinbeck's novel.
Hard Way, The (1943) - You'll Get Out Older sister Helen (Ida Lupino) catches Katherine (Joan Leslie) on the porch with vaudevillian Albert (Jack Carson), husband Sam (Roman Bohnen) getting steamed, then a scheme developing, in Vincent Sherman's melodrama The Hard Way, 1943.
Brute Force (1947) - I Don't Believe In Coincidence Captain Munsey (Hume Cronyn) calls attention to an address by the warden (Roman Bohnen) then, after a legit suicide, accuses the R17 gang (Howard Duff, Jeff Corey, John Hoyt, Burt Lancaster) of crimes, in Jules Dassin's Brute Force, 1947.
Song Of Bernadette, The (1945) - If You Go Early Little dialogue in director Henry King's opening, Jennifer Jones (as "Bernadette") makes her official movie debut asleep, mother and father (Anne Revere, Roman Bohnen) fighting poverty in 19th century France, in The Song Of Bernadette, 1945.

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