Victor Jory


Actor
Victor Jory

About

Birth Place
Dawson City, Alabama, USA
Born
November 23, 1902
Died
February 11, 1982

Family & Companions

Jean Innes
Wife
Actor. Married December 21, 1927 until 1978.

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

A Time for Dying (1982)
Judge Roy Bean
The Mountain Men (1980)
Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell (1978)
Kino, the Padre on Horseback (1977)
Perilous Voyage (1976)
Papillon (1973)
Frasier, The Sensuous Lion (1973)
A Time For Dying (1971)
Judge Roy Bean
Trail of the Hunter (1970)
Flap (1970)
Wounded Bear Mr. Smith
Mackenna's Gold (1969)
Narrator
Jigsaw (1968)
Dr. Edward Arkroyd
Who Has Seen the Wind? (1965)
Cheyenne Autumn (1964)
Tall Tree
The Miracle Worker (1962)
Captain Keller
The Fugitive Kind (1960)
Jabe Torrance
The Man Who Turned to Stone (1957)
Dr. Murdock
Last Stagecoach West (1957)
Rand McCord
Death of a Scoundrel (1956)
Leonard Wilson
Blackjack Ketchum, Desperado (1956)
Jared Tetlow
Manfish (1956)
"Professor"
Valley of the Kings (1954)
Taureg chief
The Man from the Alamo (1953)
Jess Wade
Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)
Kip Reisner
Flaming Feather (1952)
Lucky Lee, also known as "The Sidewinder"
Son of Ali Baba (1952)
Caliph
Toughest Man in Arizona (1952)
Frank Girard
Cave of Outlaws (1951)
Ben Cross
The Highwayman (1951)
Lord Douglas
The Capture (1950)
Father Gomez
The Cariboo Trail (1950)
Frank Walsh
South of St. Louis (1949)
Luke Cottrell
Fighting Man of the Plains (1949)
Dave Oldham
Canadian Pacific (1949)
Dirk Rourke
A Woman's Secret (1949)
Brook Matthews
The Gallant Blade (1948)
Marshall Mordore
The Loves of Carmen (1948)
Garcia
Tubby the Tuba (1947)
Narrator
Colt Comrades (1943)
Jeb Hardin
Buckskin Frontier (1943)
Champ Clanton
Bar 20 (1943)
Mark Jackson
Unknown Guest (1943)
Chuck Williams
Leather Burners (1943)
Dan Slack
Hoppy Serves a Writ (1943)
Tom Jordan
The Kansan (1943)
Jeff Barat
Power of the Press (1943)
Oscar Trent
Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die (1942)
Ike Clanton
Shut My Big Mouth (1942)
Buckskin Bill
The Stork Pays Off (1941)
Deak Foster
Secrets of the Lone Wolf (1941)
Dapper Dan Streever
Riders of the Timberline (1941)
Baptiste Deschamp
Charlie Chan in Rio (1941)
Alfredo Marana [alias of Alfredo Cardozo]
Wide Open Town (1941)
Steve Fraser
Bad Men of Missouri (1941)
William Merrick
Border Vigilantes (1941)
Henry Logan
The Green Archer (1941)
Give Us Wings (1940)
[Arnold] Carter
Lady with Red Hair (1940)
Mr. Clifton
Knights of the Range (1940)
Malcolm Lascalles
The Light of Western Stars (1940)
Gene Stewart
Girl from Havana (1940)
Tex Moore
Cherokee Strip (1940)
Coy Barrett
River's End (1940)
Norman Talbot
The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady (1940)
Clay Beaudine
The Shadow (1940)
Dodge City (1939)
Yancey
Each Dawn I Die (1939)
Grayce
Susannah of the Mounties (1939)
Wolf Pelt
Wings of the Navy (1939)
Lieutenant Parsons
Call a Messenger (1939)
Editor Hogan
Man of Conquest (1939)
William B. Travis
I Stole a Million (1939)
Patian
Rangle River (1939)
Dick Drake
Women in the Wind (1939)
Doc
Blackwell's Island (1939)
Thomas McNair
Gone With the Wind (1939)
Jonas Wilkerson, the overseer
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1938)
Injun Joe
First Lady (1937)
Gordon Keane
Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937)
The King Steps Out (1936)
Palfi
Hell-Ship Morgan (1936)
Jim Allen
Meet Nero Wolfe (1936)
Claude Roberts
Party Wire (1935)
Matthew Putnam
Streamline Express (1935)
Jimmy Hart
Escape from Devil's Island (1935)
Dario
Too Tough to Kill (1935)
John O'Hara
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935)
Oberon, King of the fairies
Pursued (1934)
Beauregard
I Believed in You (1934)
Jim Crowl
Madame Du Barry (1934)
[Duc] d'Aiquillon
Murder in Trinidad (1934)
Howard Sutter
He Was Her Man (1934)
Nick [Gardella]
White Lies (1934)
Terry Condon
Mills of the Gods (1934)
Jim Devlin
State Fair (1933)
The barker
My Woman (1933)
[John] Bradley
Trick for Trick (1933)
La Tour
Smoky (1933)
Clint [Peters]
The Devil's in Love (1933)
Andre [Morand, also known as Paul Vernay]
I Loved You Wednesday (1933)
Randall Williams
Sailor's Luck (1933)
Baron Darrow [Portolo]
Infernal Machine (1933)
Alfred Doreen
Second Hand Wife (1933)
Lotzi Vadja
Broadway Bad (1933)
Stone
The Pride of the Legion (1932)
Jerry Brewster
Handle with Care (1932)
First public enemy

Cast (Special)

Johnny Belinda (1958)
Last Stagecoach West (1954)
Rand Mccord (Guest)

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Power (1980)

Life Events

Photo Collections

A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935) - Scene Stills
Here are some scene stills from the all-star Warner Bros. production of A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935), directed by Max Reinhardt and William Dieterle.

Videos

Movie Clip

Shut My Big Mouth (1942) - Beautify West! Opening his first feature on his new Columbia contract after two years recovering from car-crash injuries, Joe E. Brown is visionary florist Wellington Holmes, heading west with sidekick Oglethorpe (Fritz Feld), soon pursued by Buckskin Bill (Victor Jory), Hank Bell and Earle Hodgins driving the stage, in Shut My Big Mouth, 1942.
Flap (1970) - Holy Last Resting Place At a loose tribal meeting, Anthony Quinn (title character, “Flapping Eagle”) is charged with stealing a bulldozer, when lawyer Wounded Bear (Victor Jory) steps in, Anthony Caruso the chairman, Don Collier the plaintiff, Victor French the cop, Claude Akins a pal, in Flap, 1970, Carol Reed directing.
Death Of A Scoundrel (1956) - I Might Cross You European refugee swindler Sabourin (George Sanders) with his "assistant" Bridget (Yvonne De Carlo), whom he met on the boat, has come to Canada to reveal his plot to businessman Wilson (Victor Jory), whose wallet he didn't personally steal, in Death Of A Scoundrel, 1956.
Miracle Worker, The (1962) - Old Stonewall Indeed! Early in her stay with the Alabama Kellers, Annie Sullivan (Anne Bancroft) is more concerned with the behavior of her student Helen (Patty Duke) than with the opinions of the Captain, brother James and mother Kate (Victor Jory, Andrew Prine, Inga Swenson), in The Miracle Worker, 1962.
Miracle Worker, The (1962) - W-A-T-E-R Famous big money-scene from Arthur Penn's The Miracle Worker, 1962, after a big family blow-out, in which Annie (Anne Bancroft) teaches Helen (Patty Duke) that things have names.
State Fair (1933) - Three Rings For A Dime We learn that one of our protagonists, rural farmer's son Wayne (Norman Foster), has returned to the Iowa State Fair determined to get even with the carny (Victor Jory) who fleeced him last year, pretty Emily (Sally Eilers) arriving to support, early in the original State Fair, 1933.
Cariboo Trail, The (1950) - Send Me A Bill Dropping off their third man, injured when Walsh (Douglas Kennedy) stampeded their cattle, Redfern and Ling (Randolph Scott, Lee Tung Foo) arrive in a British Columbia gold-rush town, saloon keeper Francie (Karin Booth) and villain Walsh (Victor Jory) introduced, in The Cariboo Trail, 1950.
Each Dawn I Die (1939) - We're Here To Release Men Framed ex-reporter Ross (James Cagney) has been more than a little changed by prison, as evidenced by his parole hearing (overseen by Victor Jory) in director William Keighley's Each Dawn I Die, 1939.
Bulldog Drummond At Bay (1937) - The Man Behind The Guns Cracking start, headlines tell the tale of Kalinsky (Hugh Miller), European arms dealer between the wars, whom, when he meets Gregoroff (Victor Jory), we learn is plenty diabolical, Wilfrid Hyde-White the assistant, in the 1937 version of Bulldog Drummond At Bay, starring John Lodge.
Kansan, The (1943) - He's No Tenderfoot Straight to business in this RKO programmer, Richard Dix rides into a Kansas town where the James Gang is making trouble (the one who gets away is George "Superman" Reeves), and we meet Albert Dekker, the banker and Jane Wyatt, the overdressed nurse, in The Kansan, 1943.
Kansan, The (1943) - Lot Of Texas Men In Town Riding around with pal Jeff (Victor Jory), who's the brother of his new employer, Bonniwell (Richard Dix), who's just been made sheriff of Broken Lance, KS, meets his older cattleman pal Tom (Eugene Pallette) and finds out just how rigged things really are, in The Kansan, 1943.
Miracle Worker, The (1962) - She'll Live Inga Swenson and Victor Jory in the intense opening scene from director Arthur Penn's The Miracle Worker, 1962, from William Gibson's play, starring Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke.

Trailer

Family

Jon Jory
Son
Theater executive. Artistic director of Human Festival of New American Plays (Actors Theater of Louisville).

Companions

Jean Innes
Wife
Actor. Married December 21, 1927 until 1978.

Bibliography