Shepperd Strudwick

Shepperd Strudwick




Cast (Feature Film)

Kent State (1981)
The Man Without a Country (1973)
Slaves (1969)
Arthur Stillwell
The Monitors (1969)
Daring Game (1968)
Dr. Carlyle
Violent Midnight (1963)
Adrian Benedict
The Sad Sack (1957)
Gen. Vanderlip
That Night! (1957)
Dr. [Bernie] Fischer
Autumn Leaves (1956)
Dr. Malcolm Couzzens
The Eddy Duchin Story (1956)
Mr. Sherman Wadsworth
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956)
Jonathan Wilson
A Place in the Sun (1951)
Anthony Vickers
Let's Dance (1950)
Timothy Bryant
All the King's Men (1950)
Adam Stanton
The Kid from Texas (1950)
Three Husbands (1950)
Arthur Evans
Chicago Deadline (1949)
Blacky Franchot
Enchantment (1949)
Marchese Del Laudi
The Red Pony (1949)
Fred Tiflin
The Reckless Moment (1949)
Ted Darby
Joan of Arc (1948)
Father [Jean] Massieu, her bailiff
Fighter Squadron (1948)
Brig. Gen. Gilbert
Strange Triangle (1946)
Earl Mathews
Home Sweet Homicide (1946)
Mr. Wallace Sanford
Chetniks! (1943)
Dr. Renault's Secret (1942)
Dr. Larry Forbes
Remember the Day (1942)
Dewey Roberts
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942)
Edgar Allan Poe
Rings on Her Fingers (1942)
Tod Fenwick
Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942)
Henry Clay
Belle Starr (1941)
Editor Shirley
Cadet Girl (1941)
Bob Mallory
The Men in Her Life (1941)
[Sir] Roger Chevis
Flight Command (1940)
Lieut. Jerry Banning
Dr. Kildare's Strange Case (1940)
Dr. Gregory Lane
Congo Maisie (1940)
Dr. John McWade
Fast Company (1938)
Ned Morgan

Cast (Special)

Lady in the Dark (1954)

Cast (Short)

A Way in the Wilderness (1940)
That Mothers Might Live (1938)
Joaquin Murrieta (1938)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Beyond A Reasonable Doubt (1956) - He Can't Be Dead! Lawyer Wilson (Shepperd Strudwick) brings news to Garrett (Dana Andrews) that the guy helping him pose as a murder suspect has died, fianceè Susan (Joan Fontaine) helping in aftermath, in Beyond A Reasonable Doubt, 1956.
Flight Command (1940) - Keep It Flying Director Frank Borzage in his element, high emotion meeting military duty, as dying inventor-pilot Jerry (Shepperd Strudwick) shares with buddy Drake (Robert Taylor) while their commander (Walter Pidgeon) breaks the news to his wife, Jerry’s sister (Ruth Hussey), expecting courage, in Flight Command, 1940.
Eddy Duchin Story, The (1956) - Second Hand Vanderbilt Picking up his long dreamed-of Stutz Bearcat, now-successful pianist Eddy (Tyrone Power) jousts with manager Lou (James Whitmore), then splits for the Manhattan party hosted by the snooty aunt and uncle of his designer friend Marjorie (Kim Novak), in The Eddy Duchin Story, 1956.
Eddy Duchin Story, The (1956) - Sink Or Swim, Do Or Die The morning after his bumpy but good debut at a Manhattan casino, pianist Eddy (Tyrone Power) drops by to thank new friend and decorator Marjorie (Kim Novak), who got him the gig, meeting her affluent aunt and uncle (Frieda Inescort, Shepperd Strudwick), in The Eddy Duchin Story, 1956.
Reckless Moment, The - Get Rid Of That Beast Lucia (Joan Bennett) writing her out-of-town husband when teenage daughter Bea (Geraldine Brooks) sneaks out to meet shiftless Ted (Shepperd Strudwick), the event mentioned in the title, in Max Ophuls' The Reckless Moment, 1949.
Reckless Moment, The - She's Only A Child After a prologue and drive into Los Angeles, suburban mom Lucia (Joan Bennett) meets smooth bachelor Ted (Shepperd Strudwick), soon revealed as a creep, opening Max Ophuls' The Reckless Moment, 1949.
Red Pony, The - Good Rancher Mom Alice (Myrna Loy) commands breakfast for Tom (Peter Miles), spouse Fred (Shepperd Strudwick) and ranch-hand Billy (Robert Mitchum), with Aaron Copland score and John Steinbeck dialogue, in The Red Pony, 1949.
Red Pony, The - Gabilan Ranch hand Billy (Robert Mitchum) and Dad (Shepperd Strudwick) present young Tom (Peter Miles) with the pony he'll name "Gabilan," in Lewis Milestone's The Red Pony, from John Steinbeck's novel and screenplay.
Red Pony, The - Five Pound of Buffalo Grandpa (Louis Calhern) holds forth on his favorite subject over dinner while Billy (Robert Mitchum), Dad (Shepperd Strudwick), Mom (Myrna Loy), Tom (Peter Miles) and Aaron Copland's score react in The Red Pony, 1949.


Mary Jeffrey Shannon