Dan Duryea
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Dan Duryea


​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dan Duryea (January 23, 1907, in White Plains, New York – June 7, 1968, in Hollywood, California) was an American actor of film, stage and television. Duryea graduated from Cornell University in 1928. While at Cornell, Duryea was elected into the Sphinx Head Society. He made his name on Broadway in the play Dead End, followed by The Little Foxes, in which he played the dishonest and not particularly bright weakling Leo Hubbard. He moved to Hollywood in 1940 to appear in the film version in the same role. He established himself in films playing similar secondary roles as the foil, usually as a weak or annoyingly immature character, in movies such as The Pride of the Yankees. As his career progressed throughout the 1940s he began to carve a niche as a violent, yet sexy, bad guy in a number of film noirs. In so doing he established a significant female following and, over time, something of a cult status. His work in this era included Scarlet Street, The Woman in the Window, Criss Cross, Black Angel and Too Late for Tears. From the 1950s, Duryea was more often seen in Westerns, most notably his charismatic villain in Winchester '73 (1950). Other memorable work in the latter part of his career included Thunder Bay (1953), The Burglar (1957), The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), and the primetime soap opera Peyton Place. He also appeared in one of the first Twilight Zone episodes in 1959 as a drunken former gunfighter in "Mr. Denton on Doomsday," written by Rod Serling. He guest starred on NBC's anthology series The Barbara Stanwyck Show. In 1963, Duryea appeared as Dr. Ben Lorrigan in the episode "Why Am I Grown So Cold" on the NBC medical drama about psychiatry, The Eleventh Hour. Duryea was far removed from many of the characters he played in the course of his career. He was married for thirty-five years to his wife, Helen, who preceded him in death on January 21, 1967. The couple had two sons: Peter, who worked for a time as an actor, and Richard. Dan Duryea died of cancer at the age of sixty-one. His remains are interred in Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills Cemetery in Los Angeles, California. Description above from the Wikipedia article Dan Duryea, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Dan Duryea Movie Credits


Black Angel

Character : Martin Blair

The Bamboo Saucer

Character : Hank Peters

The Burglar

Character : Nat Harbin

 

The Underworld Story

Character : Mike Reese

World for Ransom

Character : Mike Callahan / Corrigan

Chicago Calling

Character : Bill Cannon

36 Hours

Character : Major Bill Rogers

Sky Commando

Character : Col. Ed 'E.D.' Wyatt

White Tie and Tails

Character : Charles Dumont

Al Jennings of Oklahoma

Character : Al Jennings

The Marauders

Character : Avery

Do You Know This Voice?

Character : John Hopta

The Bounty Killer

Character : Willie Duggan

Six Black Horses

Character : Frank Jesse

Un fiume di dollari

Character : Col. Winny Getz

River Lady

Character : Beauvais

Taggart

Character : Jay Jason

Ride Clear of Diablo

Character : Whitey Kincade

Black Bart

Character : Charles E. Boles / Black Bart

Another Part of the Forest

Character : Oscar Hubbard

This Is My Love

Character : Murray Myer

He Rides Tall

Character : Bart Thorne

Kathy O'

Character : Harry Johnson

Mr. Denton on Doomsday

Character : Al Denton

Foxfire

Character : Hugh Slater

Criss Cross

Character : Slim Dundee

Night Passage

Character : Whitey Harbin

Larceny

Character : Silky Randall

Too Late for Tears

Character : Danny Fuller

Silver Lode

Character : Ned McCarty

The Great Flamarion

Character : Al Wallace

Manhandled

Character : Karl Benson

One Way Street

Character : John Wheeler

Winchester '73

Character : Waco Johnnie Dean

Scarlet Street

Character : Johnny Prince

Johnny Stool Pigeon

Character : Johnny Evans

Slaughter on Tenth Avenue

Character : John Jacob Masters

Battle Hymn

Character : le sergent Herman

Storm Fear

Character : Fred

Incident at Phantom Hill

Character : Joseph Henry 'Joe' Barlow

Platinum High School

Character : Maj. Redfern Kelly

Rails Into Laramie

Character : Jim Shanessy

Walk a Tightrope

Character : Carl Lutcher

Thunder Bay

Character : Johnny Gambi

Along Came Jones

Character : Monte Jarrad

Man from Frisco

Character : Jim Benson

That Other Woman

Character : Ralph Cobb

Winchester '73

Character : Bart McAdam

The Little Foxes

Character : Leo Hubbard

The Woman in the Window

Character : Heidt / Tim, the Doorman

The Pride of the Yankees

Character : Hank Hanneman

Main Street After Dark

Character : Posey Dibson

Stranger on the Run

Character : O.E. Hotchkiss

Gundown at Sandoval

Character : No character defined

Screen Actors

Character : Himself

Lady on a Train

Character : Arnold Waring

Ministry of Fear

Character : Cost aka Travers the tailor

Sahara

Character : Jimmy Doyle

None But the Lonely Heart

Character : Lew Tate

The Flight of the Phoenix

Character : Standish

The Valley of Decision

Character : William Scott Jr.

Five Golden Dragons

Character : Dragon #1

Mrs. Parkington

Character : Jack Stilham

Ball of Fire

Character : Duke Pastrami

James Stewart's Wonderful Life

Character : (archive footage)

Dan Duryea Tv Credits


Burke's Law

Character : No character defined

Route 66

Character : No character defined

Naked City

Character : No character defined

Combat!

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General Electric Theater

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China Smith

Character : No character defined

Rawhide

Character : No character defined

Lux Video Theatre

Character : No character defined

Climax!

Character : No character defined

Laramie

Character : No character defined

Riverboat

Character : No character defined

Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater

Character : No character defined

December Bride

Character : No character defined

Kraft Suspense Theatre

Character : No character defined

The Twilight Zone

Character : Al Denton

The Monroes

Character : No character defined

Going My Way

Character : No character defined

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse

Character : No character defined

The Virginian

Character : No character defined

The 20th Century Fox Hour

Character : No character defined

Daniel Boone

Character : No character defined

Schlitz Playhouse of Stars

Character : No character defined

Adventures in Paradise

Character : No character defined

The Loner

Character : No character defined

Cimarron City

Character : No character defined

Cavalcade of America

Character : No character defined

Studio 57

Character : No character defined