Carleton Young


Actor

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Cheyenne Autumn (1964)
Aide to Carl Schurz
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
Maxwell Scott
Twenty Plus Two (1961)
Colonel
Armored Command (1961)
Captain Macklin
The Big Show (1961)
Judge Richter
Wake Me When It's Over (1960)
Radar instructor
Sergeant Rutledge (1960)
Capt. Shattuck
Spartacus (1960)
Herald
The Music Box Kid (1960)
George Gordon
The Gallant Hours (1960)
Col. Evans Carlson
The Perfect Furlough (1959)
Maj. Morrow
Here Come the Jets (1959)
Burton
North by Northwest (1959)
Fanning Nelson
It Started with a Kiss (1959)
McVey
The Horse Soldiers (1959)
Col. Jonathan Miles
The Last Hurrah (1958)
Mr. Winslow
Cry Terror! (1958)
Robert Adams
Three Brave Men (1957)
Board chairman
The True Story of Jesse James (1957)
Neighboring farmer
Run of the Arrow (1957)
Surgeon
Jet Pilot (1957)
Sergeant
Battle Hymn (1957)
Major Harrison
The Spirit of St. Louis (1957)
Captain
Artists and Models (1956)
Colonel Drury
The Bottom of the Bottle (1956)
Battle Stations (1956)
Rear admiral
Flight to Hong Kong (1956)
Commander Larabee
Julie (1956)
Field man
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956)
Kirk
Great Day in the Morning (1956)
Col. Gibson
Seven Angry Men (1955)
Judge
Battle Cry (1955)
Maj. Wellman
The Racers (1955)
Race announcer
Daddy Long Legs (1955)
Commission member
The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (1955)
Gen. Pershing's aide
Phantom of the Jungle (1955)
Prince Valiant (1954)
Herald
Rogue Cop (1954)
District Attorney Powell
The Glenn Miller Story (1954)
Adjutant general
Arrow in the Dust (1954)
Major Andy Pepperis
Bitter Creek (1954)
Quentin Allen
Woman's World (1954)
Joe Wilkinson, an executive
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954)
John Howard
Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954)
Captain Barrett
Salome (1953)
Officer
From Here to Eternity (1953)
Col. Ayres
Cruisin' Down the River (1953)
Doctor
A Blueprint for Murder (1953)
Frank Connelly
Last of the Comanches (1953)
Maj. Lanning
Goldtown Ghost Riders (1953)
Jim Granby, previously known as Jim Mears
Niagara (1953)
Policeman
Torpedo Alley (1953)
Psychiatrist
The Glory Brigade (1953)
Capt. Hal Davis
Mexican Manhunt (1953)
Silk Caruthers
No Escape (1953)
Don Holden
Boots Malone (1952)
Steward
Thunderbirds (1952)
Maj. Alberts
Toughest Man in Arizona (1952)
Caxton
Diplomatic Courier (1952)
Brennan
Deadline--U.S.A. (1952)
Crane
My Six Convicts (1952)
Captain Haggerty
Battle Zone (1952)
Colonel
Red Mountain (1952)
Morgan
The Brigand (1952)
Carnot
The Steel Trap (1952)
Briggs
Army Bound (1952)
Doctor
Washington Story (1952)
Reading clerk
The Flying Missile (1951)
Colonel
The Desert Fox (1951)
German major
The Mob (1951)
District Attorney
Best of the Badmen (1951)
Wilson
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
Colonel
People Will Talk (1951)
Technician
Anne of the Indies (1951)
Pirate mate
Flying Leathernecks (1951)
Capt. McAllister
Chain of Circumstance (1951)
Lt. Sands
Gene Autry and the Mounties (1951)
Pierre LaBlond
Operation Pacific (1951)
Briefing officer
American Guerrilla in the Philippines (1950)
Col. Phillips
Double Deal (1950)
Reno Sebastian
Smash Up--The Story of a Woman (1947)
Fred Elliott
Queen of Burlesque (1946)
Steve Hurley
Thunderhead, Son of Flicka (1945)
Major Harris
Ladies of Washington (1944)
Investigator
Take It or Leave It (1944)
Program director
The Fighting Devil Dogs (1943)
Johnson
Code of the Outlaw (1942)
Garson
SOS Coast Guard (1942)
Dodds
Thunder River Feud (1942)
Grover [Harrison]
Valley of the Sun (1942)
Nolte
South of Santa Fe (1942)
Kelsey
Buck Privates (1941)
Supply sergeant
A Missouri Outlaw (1941)
Luke Allen
Billy the Kid's Round-Up (1941)
Jeff
Billy the Kid's Fighting Pals (1941)
Jeff
Billy the Kid's Range War (1941)
Jeff
Badlands of Dakota (1941)
Mercer
Keep 'Em Flying (1941)
Orchestra leader
Adventure in Diamonds (1940)
American sailor
Up in the Air (1940)
Stevens
Pals of the Silver Sage (1940)
Jeff
Cowboy from Sundown (1940)
Nick Cuttler
Billy the Kid in Texas (1940)
Gil [Cooper]
Billy the Kid's Gun Justice (1940)
Jeff [Blanchard]
Take Me Back to Oklahoma (1940)
Ace [Hutchinson]
Gun Code (1940)
Slim [Doyle]
Billy the Kid Outlawed (1940)
Jeff Travis
Pride of the Bowery (1940)
Norton
Adventures of Red Ryder (1940)
Risky Business (1939)
Reporter
Girl from Rio (1939)
Convict's Code (1939)
Pete Jennings
The Pal from Texas (1939)
Joe Fox
Smoky Trails (1939)
Mort
Trigger Fingers (1939)
Lee
Honor of the West (1939)
Russ [Whitely]
Port of Hate (1939)
Don Cameron
El Diablo Rides (1939)
Herb Crenshaw
Big Town Czar (1939)
Thompson
Flaming Lead (1939)
Hank
Riders of the Sage (1939)
Luke Halsey
Mesquite Buckaroo (1939)
Sands
Outlaw Express (1938)
Ramon
Heroes of the Hills (1938)
Jim Connors
Cassidy of Bar 20 (1938)
Jeff Caffrey
The Black Bandit (1938)
Cash
Guilty Trails (1938)
Steve [Yates]
Prairie Justice (1938)
Dry Gultch
The Wages of Sin (1938)
The Old Barn Dance (1938)
Peabody
Gang Bullets (1938)
Hank Newell
It Could Happen to You (1937)
Thug
Navy Blues (1937)
Spencer
Join the Marines (1937)
Corporal
The Hit Parade (1937)
Radio announcer
Race Suicide (1937)
She Married an Artist (1937)
Reporter
Dangerous Holiday (1937)
Tango
Michael O'Halloran (1937)
Tough guy
Git Along Little Dogies (1937)
First car henchman
Young Dynamite (1937)
Spike
Happy Go Lucky (1936)
Al
Tell Your Children (1936)
Jack [Perry]
A Man Betrayed (1936)
Smokey
Wild Women of Borneo (1931)
Narrator

Cast (Short)

March On America! (1942)
Narrator

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1936) - New Prospects Jimmy (Warren McCollum), greeted with gusto by partying Agnes (Pat Royale) is impressed with the (uncredited) piano player who turns out to be a dope fiend, while pot mongers Jack, Ralph and Blanche (Carleton Young, Dave O'Brian, Lillian Miles) conspire, in Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) 1936.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1936) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Play Anytime Jack the dealer (Carleton Young) and sidekick Ralph (Dave O'Brian) begin their amoral pursuit of Mary (Dorothy Short), Bill (Kenneth Craig) and Jimmy (Warren McCollum) in Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) 1936.
Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) (1936) -- You Give Me The Creeps Assistant pot dealer Ralph (Dave O'Brian) is actually having an attack of conscience over the sentencing of Jimmy, and finds that neither Blanche's (Lillian Miles) piano playing nor reefer itself helps, which is bad news for the boss Jack (Carleton Young), in Reefer Madness (a.k.a. Tell Your Children) 1936.
His Kind Of Woman (1951) - Who's Happily Married? Ever more embittered paid girlfriend Lenore (Jane Russell) and her new confidant Dan (Robert Mitchum) at a Mexican resort have been summoned by her movie actor sponsor Mark Cardigan (Vincent Price), informing him that his wife has arrived, his agent (Carleton G. Young) attempting a rescue, in His Kind Of Woman, 1951.
Kansas City Confidential - You Were Framed, Then? Not guilty of a bank job, delivery man Joe (John Payne) being grilled by investigator Martin (Carleton Young) and not backed by his boss (Phil Tead), early in Phil Karlson's Kansas City Confidential, 1952.
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The (1962) - Print The Legend SPOILER in a way, Doniphon (John Wayne) finishes his pep talk and holds the door as Stoddard (James Stewart) launches his political career and, flashing back to "present day," editor Scott (Carleton Young) utters the famous line, in John Ford's The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, 1962.
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The (1962) - I'd Have Had A Bang-up Funeral Sen. and Mrs. Stoddard (James Stewart, Vera Miles) discover the minimal preparations for a friend's funeral, Pompey (Woody Strode) already mourning, Earle Hudgins and Andy Devine featured, early in John Ford's The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, 1962.
Battle Cry (1955) - They May Look Like Marines James Whitmore as Mac continues narrating as the squad arrives San Diego for training, introducing Wellman (Carleton Young), Ziltch (Tommy Cook) and especially top billed Van Heflin as Maj. Huxley, in producer-director Raoul Walsh’s hit Battle Cry, 1955.
Sergeant Rutledge (1960) - White Women Only Spell Trouble With John Ford's dimmed-lighting-during-testimony device, Mary (Constance Towers) recounting her evening with accused Woody Strode (title character), Cantrell (Jeffrey Hunter) examining, in Sergeant Rutledge, 1960.
Sergeant Rutledge (1960) - The Unspeakable Nature The first appearance by the accused, title character Woody Strode in the famous trial setting by director John Ford, in Sergeant Rutledge (1960), co-starring Jeffrey Hunter and Constance Towers.
Arrow In The Dust (1954) - You've Come A Long Way Down Himself a deserter, pursued by fellow soldiers, Bart Laish (Sterling Hayden) accidentally comes upon the remains of a supply train he knew was led by his distant cousin Major Pepperis (Carleton Young), whom he finds gravely wounded, early in the Allied Artists Western Arrow In The Dust, 1954.
Smash Up -- The Story Of A Woman (1947) - I'm So Glad You Like Him The specter of Marsha Hunt as executive assistant Martha grows, as agent Fred (Carleton Young) pushes up-and-coming composer Ken (Lee Bowman) and partner Steve (Eddie Albert) to get his ex-singer wife Angie (Susan Hayward) out in public, in Smash Up -- The Story Of A Woman, 1947.

Family

Tony Young
Son
Actor. Survived him.

Bibliography