Rhys Williams


Actor
Rhys Williams

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Skullduggery (1970)
Judge Draper
Our Man Flint (1966)
Dr. Krupov
The Sons of Katie Elder (1965)
Charlie Bob Striker
Midnight Lace (1960)
Victor Elliott
Merry Andrew (1958)
Constable
Raintree County (1957)
Ezra Gray
The Restless Breed (1957)
Reverend Simmons
Mohawk (1956)
Clem Jones
The Desperados Are in Town (1956)
Jud Collins
The Fastest Gun Alive (1956)
Brian Tibbs
Nightmare (1956)
Deputy Torrence
The Boss (1956)
Stanley Millard
Many Rivers to Cross (1955)
Lige Blake
The King's Thief (1955)
Turnkey
The Scarlet Coat (1955)
Peter
The Kentuckian (1955)
Constable
How To Be Very, Very Popular (1955)
Cedric Flagg
Battle Cry (1955)
Enoch Rogers
The Black Shield of Falworth (1954)
Dicon Bowman
Bad for Each Other (1954)
Dr. Scobee
There's No Business Like Show Business (1954)
Father Dineen
Johnny Guitar (1954)
Mr. Andrews
Julius Caesar (1953)
Lucilius
Scandal at Scourie (1953)
Bill Swazey
Man in the Attic (1953)
William Harley
Carbine Williams (1952)
Redwick Karson
The World in His Arms (1952)
Eben Cleggett
Les Miserables (1952)
Brevet
Meet Me at the Fair (1952)
Pete McCoy
Mutiny (1952)
Redlegs
Okinawa (1952)
"Robby" Roberg
Plymouth Adventure (1952)
Mr. Weston
The Light Touch (1951)
Mr. MacWade
The Son of Dr. Jekyll (1951)
Michaels
The Sword of Monte Cristo (1951)
Mayor Henri Lubec
The Law and the Lady (1951)
Inspector McGraw
Lightning Strikes Twice (1951)
Father Paul
Million Dollar Pursuit (1951)
Waxman "Waxey" Wilk
Never Trust a Gambler (1951)
Sgt. Quentin McCloy
One Too Many (1951)
[Michael H.] Sully [Sullivan]
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
Vic Mason
California Passage (1950)
Norris
Devil's Doorway (1950)
Scotty MacDougall
Tyrant of the Sea (1950)
Capt. William Blake
The Showdown (1950)
Chokecherry
Tokyo Joe (1949)
Colonel Dahlgren
The Inspector General (1949)
Inspector general
Fighting Man of the Plains (1949)
Chandler Leach
Bad Boy (1949)
Arnold Strawn
The Crooked Way (1949)
Lt. Joe Williams
If Winter Comes (1948)
Mr. Bright
Tenth Avenue Angel (1948)
Blind Mac
The Black Arrow (1948)
Bennet Hatch
Hills of Home (1948)
Mr. Milton
The Imperfect Lady (1947)
Inspector Carston
Moss Rose (1947)
Sergeant Evans
The Trouble with Women (1947)
Judge
The Farmer's Daughter (1947)
Adolph
Cross My Heart (1947)
Prosecutor
Easy Come, Easy Go (1947)
Priest
The Spiral Staircase (1946)
Mr. Oates
The Strange Woman (1946)
Deacon Adams
So Goes My Love (1946)
Magel
Blood on the Sun (1945)
Joe Cassell
You Came Along (1945)
Colonel Stubbs
The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
Dr. McKay
Voice of the Whistler (1945)
Ernie Sparrow
The Corn Is Green (1945)
Mr. Jones
No Time for Love (1943)
Clancy
Cairo (1942)
Strange man
Gentleman Jim (1942)
Harry Watson
Random Harvest (1942)
Sam
Underground Agent (1942)
Henry Miller
Remember Pearl Harbor (1942)
Andy L. Anderson
Mrs. Miniver (1942)
Horace
This Above All (1942)
Sergeant
Eagle Squadron (1942)
Sergeant Johns
How Green Was My Valley (1941)
Dai Bando

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

How Green Was My Valley (1941)
Technical Advisor

Stunts (Feature Film)

Like Mike 2 (2006)
Stunts

Cast (Special)

Brigadoon (1966)

Life Events

1941

Film acting debut in "How Green Was My Valley"

Videos

Movie Clip

Corn Is Green, The (1945) - So This Is My House Miss Moffat (Bette Davis), with Watty (Rosalind Ivan), arrives at her inherited Welsh home, the squire (Nigel Bruce), Miss Ronberry (Mildred Dunnock) and Jones (Rhys Williams) surprised to discover she's a female, early in The Corn Is Green, 1945.
Plymouth Adventure (1952) - We Be Loaded Deep Exhaustive exposition from producer Dore Schary, focused on introducing Leo Genn and Gene Tierney as the Bradfords, Kathleen Lockhart as Mrs. Brewster, John Dehner as Winslow, Van Johnson as Alden, finally Spencer Tracy as Jones, Lloyd Bridges as Coppin, in MGM's Plymouth Adventure, 1952.
Bad For Each Other (1954) - Five Miles From Pittsburgh Opening with Charlton Heston as army doctor Tom narrating, exposition as he's greeted by Doc Scobee and druggist Upham (Rhys Williams, Earl Lee), then confronted by an old pal (Chris Alcaide) before visiting mom (Mildred Dunnock), in Bad For Each Other, 1954, also starring Lizabeth Scott.
Tenth Avenue Angel (1948) - Not So Nice Cameron Mitchell narrates, recalling Depression era New York, and his meeting with Flavia (Margaret O'Brien, title character) who soon joins neighborhood sage and news vendor Mac (Rhys Williams), opening Tenth Avenue Angel, 1948, also starring George Murphy and Angela Lansbury.
Tenth Avenue Angel (1948) - How Does He Look? Gleeful Flavia (Margaret O'Brien), with pal Mac (Rhys Williams) at the news stand, awaiting Steve (George Murphy), returning from prison, though she believes he's been traveling the world, early in Roy Rowland's Tenth Avenue Angel, 1948.
Law And The Lady, The (1951) - Stop Being Witty Domestic "girl" Jane (Greer Garson) is just being accused of stealing by Lord and Lady Minden (Michael Wilding, Phyllis Stanley), when his twin Nigel (also Wilding) appears, the police inspector (Rhys Williams) baffled, early in The Law And The Lady, 1951.
Gentleman Jim (1942) - Come Out Fighting San Franciscan Errol Flynn (title character, Jim Corbett), cited by experts as among the most naturally gifted actors ever to play a fighter, squares off with Burke (Jack Foster) a former champ, Jack Carson, Alexis Smith, Alan Hale, Arthur Shields supporting, in Warner Bros.’ Gentleman Jim, 1942.
Gentleman Jim (1942) - You've Got A Good Build Still schmoozing affluent Miss Ware (Alexis Smith), who’s agreed to show handsome hustler Errol Flynn (title character) San Francisco’s Olympic Club, in the gym meets the judge (Wallis Clark) whom he did a favor, and Brit expert Watson (Rhys Williams), in the bio-pic Gentleman Jim, 1942.
Carbine Williams (1952) - That Was His Last Mistake From his first scene working at his illegal still in eastern North Carolina ca. 1920, we learn that railroad employee "Marsh" Williams (James Stewart) hasn't told wife Maggie (Jean Hagen) how he's really making the extra money, still far from earning his nickname in the title, in the bio-pic Carbine Williams, 1952.
Lightning Strikes Twice (1951) - I Have Need Of You Convict Trevelyan (Richard Todd), his execution drawing nigh, is visited by Father Paul (Rhys Williams), then a news editor (Leo Cleary) is baffled, opening King Vidor's Lightning Strikes Twice, 1951.
Devil's Doorway - -- Rich Indians In town to sell cattle, Native American Civil War hero Lance Poole (Robert Taylor) learns from Zeke (Edgar Buchanan) and others how politics have changed Wyoming, in Anthony Mann's Devil's Doorway, 1950.

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