Alan Curtis

Alan Curtis




Cast (Feature Film)

Icebreaker (2001)
The Vision (1987)
Apache Chief (1949)
Young Eagle
The Pirates of Capri (1949)
The Enchanted Valley (1948)
Johnny [Nelson]
Philo Vance's Secret Mission (1947)
Philo Vance
Philo Vance's Gamble (1947)
Philo Vance
Inside Job (1946)
Eddie Norton, also known as Eddie Mitchell
Flight to Nowhere (1946)
Hoby Carrington
Renegade Girl (1946)
Captain Fred Raymond
Frisco Sal (1945)
Rio [Jordan, previously known as John Warren]
Shady Lady (1945)
Marty Martin
See My Lawyer (1945)
Charlie [Rodman]
The Naughty Nineties (1945)
The Daltons Ride Again (1945)
Emmett Dalton
The Invisible Man's Revenge (1944)
Mark Foster
Phantom Lady (1944)
Scott Henderson
Destiny (1944)
Cliff [Banks, also known as Cliff Johnson]
Follow the Boys (1944)
Crazy House (1943)
Hitler's Madman (1943)
Karel Vavra
Two Tickets to London (1943)
Dan Driscoll
Gung Ho! (1943)
John Harbison
Remember Pearl Harbor (1942)
Bruce Gordon
High Sierra (1941)
We Go Fast (1941)
Bob Brandon
Buck Privates (1941)
Bob Martin
New Wine (1941)
Franz Schubert
Four Sons (1940)
Karl [Bern]
Good Girls Go to Paris (1939)
Tom Brand
Hollywood Cavalcade (1939)
Nicky Hayden
Sergeant Madden (1939)
Dennis Madden
Burn 'Em Up O'Connor (1939)
Jose "Rocks" Rivera
The Duke of West Point (1938)
Cadet Strong
The Shopworn Angel (1938)
"Thin Lips"
Yellow Jack (1938)
Bad Guy (1937)
China Passage (1937)
Between Two Women (1937)
Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
Customer's man
The Firefly (1937)
French soldier
Mannequin (1937)
Eddie Miller
Wanted! Jane Turner (1936)
Walking on Air (1936)
Fred Randolph
Smartest Girl in Town (1936)

Cast (Short)

One Live Ghost (1936)

Life Events


First film role


Movie Clip

Phantom Lady (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Slept Like A Guilty Man First scene together for New York engineer Henderson (Alan Curtis) and devoted secretary Carol “Kansas” (Ella Raines), after he’s been convicted of murdering his wife, which we know he didn’t do, Robert Siodmak directing from a Cornell Woolrich novel, in Phantom Lady, 1944.
Phantom Lady (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Too Spoiled And Too Beautiful We learn here that Alan Curtis is professional engineer Henderson, returning home after a date with a mystery woman, with whom he shared a Broadway ticket after his wife stood him up, greeted by cops Regis Toomey, Joseph Crehan, and Thomas Gomez as Burgess, early in Robert Siodmak’s Phantom Lady, 1944.
Phantom Lady (1944) -- (Movie Clip) It Would Be Fun To Laugh Nobody gets a name here, the actors are Alan Curtis, Fay Helm, and Andrew Tombes as the bartender, Robert Siodmak directing, from the first novel by writer Cornell Woolrich written under his “William Irish” pseudonym, in Phantom Lady, 1944, also starring Ella Raines and Franchot Tone.
Hitler's Madman (1943) -- (Movie Clip) In Far Bohemia Complex opening sequence, the narration is the poem Edna St. Vincent Millay was commissioned to write about the then-current Nazi massacre at Lidice, from Douglas Sirk's Hitler's Madman, 1943.
High Sierra (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Desperado Opening sequence from Raoul Walsh's High Sierra, 1941, introducing Roy "Mad Dog" Earle (Humphrey Bogart, in his breakthrough role), from a script by W.R. Burnett and John Huston.
High Sierra (1941) -- (Movie Clip) That Gun Reminds Me Cornel Wilde (in his first credited role, as Mendoza, the inside man) with Roy Earle (Humphrey Bogart) and his gang (Arthur Kennedy, Alan Curtis, Ida Lupino), planning the job in Raoul Walsh's High Sierra, 1941.
High Sierra (1941) -- (Movie Clip) That's Right, Blame The Dame Returning to the hide-out from personal business, veteran robber Roy Earle (Humphrey Bogart) finds the dog and Marie (Ida Lupino) mistreated, and straightens out gang weaklings Red (Arthur Kennedy) and Babe (Alan Curtis), in Raoul Walsh's High Sierra, 1941.
Shopworn Angel, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Ever See A Woman Before? Lovelorn Texan doughboy Bill (James Stewart), waiting to ship out from New York, stumbles into a meeting with harried Broadway star Daisy (Margaret Sullavan), early in MGM's 1938 version of The Shopworn Angel.
Mannequin (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Tell 'Em I Said Fishcakes! Manhattan shipping potentate Hennessey (Spencer Tracy) with pal Briggs (Ralph Morgan) recalling the charming bride, less so the husband, they met the night before, then with Jessie (Joan Crawford) and Eddie (Alan Curtis) in their apartment, in Mannequin, 1937.
Mannequin (1937) -- (Movie Clip) You Ain't The Bride Shipping big-shot Hennessey (Spencer Tracy) and pal Briggs (Ralph Morgan) on a witty visit to a Manhattan restaurant, meeting newlyweds from the old neighborhood, Jessie (Joan Crawford) and maybe just slightly shiftless Eddie (Alan Curtis), in Frank Borzage's Mannequin, 1937.
Hitler's Madman (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Sworn To Destroy Nazism Native of Lidice, Bohemia Karel Vavra (Alan Curtis) has parachuted in, and tricked fellow citizens to into a meeting about resisting Nazi occupiers, with girlfriend Jamila (Patricia Morison), early in Hitler's Madman, 1943.


Ilona Massey