Dana Andrews

Biography

President of the Screen Actors Guild from 1963 to 1965, Dana Andrews was one of the first to speak out against the degradation of the acting profession, particularly actresses doing nude scenes just to get a role. Probably the first actor to do a public service announcement about alcoholism (in 1972...

66 titles Acting

6.0

Prince Jack

1985 · The Cardinal

6.7

The Pilot

1980 · Randolph Evers

7.2

Ike: The War Years

1980 · General George C. Marshall

5.4

Born Again

1978 ·

7.1

The Last Hurrah

1977 · Roger Shanley

6.3

The Last Tycoon

1976 · Red Ridingwood

The First 36 Hours of Dr. Durant

1975 · Dr. Hutchins

5.8

Take a Hard Ride

1975 · Morgan

5.6

Airport 1975

1974 · Scott Freeman

6.2

Innocent Bystanders

1972 · Blake

7.1

The Failing of Raymond

1971 · Allan McDonald

6.8

The Devil's Brigade

1968 · Brig. Gen. Walter Naylor

4.8

The Ten Million Dollar Grab Supercolpo da 7 miliardi

1967 · George Kimmins

5.0

The Cobra Il cobra

1967 · Capt. Kelly

5.3

Hot Rods to Hell

1967 · Tom Phillips

5.7

Johnny Reno

1966 · Johnny Reno

5.1

The Frozen Dead

1966 · Dr. Norberg

7.2

The Loved One

1965 · Gen. Buck Brinkman

6.7

Brainstorm

1965 · Cort Benson

6.0

Town Tamer

1965 · Tom Rosser

6.1

Crack in the World

1965 · Dr. Stephen Sorenson

7.3

In Harm's Way

1965 · Admiral Broderick

6.2

The Satan Bug

1965 · Gen. Williams

6.8

Battle of the Bulge

1965 · Colonel Pritchard

5.5

Spy in Your Eye Berlino - Appuntamento per le spie

1965 · Col. Lancaster

6.0

Madison Avenue

1962 · Clint Lorimer

5.9

The Crowded Sky

1960 · Dick Barnett

6.1

The Fearmakers

1958 · Alan Eaton

5.0

Enchanted Island

1958 · Abner "Ab" Bedford

6.0

Spring Reunion

1957 · Fred Davis

6.6

Zero Hour!

1957 · Lt. Ted Stryker

7.6

Night of the Demon

1957 · Dr. John Holden

5.5

Comanche

1956 · Jim Read

7.0

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

1956 · Tom Garrett

7.0

While the City Sleeps

1956 · Edward Mobley

6.2

Smoke Signal

1955 · Brett Halliday

6.3

Strange Lady in Town

1955 · Dr. Rourke O'Brien

6.4

Duel in the Jungle

1954 · Scott Walters

6.4

Three Hours to Kill

1954 · Jim Guthrie

6.1

Assignment: Paris

1952 · Jimmy Race

6.8

Sealed Cargo

1951 · Pat Bannon

6.7

The Frogmen

1951 · Jake Flannigan

6.7

I Want You

1951 · Martin Greer

7.0

My Foolish Heart

1950 · Walt Dreiser

6.5

Edge of Doom

1950 · Father Thomas Roth

7.6

Where the Sidewalk Ends

1950 · Det. Sgt. Mark Dixon

6.4

The Forbidden Street Britannia Mews

1949 · Henry Lambert / Gilbert Lauderdale

6.7

Sword in the Desert

1949 · Mike Dillon

5.8

No Minor Vices

1948 · Perry Ashwell

6.9

Deep Waters

1948 · Hod Stillwell

6.4

The Iron Curtain

1948 · Igor Gouzenko

7.2

Boomerang!

1947 · State's Attorney Henry L. Harvey

6.5

Night Song

1947 · Dan Evans

6.8

Daisy Kenyon

1947 · Dan O'Mara

7.0

Canyon Passage

1946 · Logan Stuart

8.1

The Best Years of Our Lives

1946 · Fred Derry

7.1

State Fair

1945 · Pat Gilbert

7.2

A Walk in the Sun

1945 · Sgt. Bill Tyne

7.2

Fallen Angel

1945 · Eric Stanton

6.8

The Purple Heart

1944 · Capt. Harvey Ross

6.6

Up in Arms

1944 · Joe Nelson

8.1

Laura

1944 · Det. Lt. Mark McPherson

6.9

Wing and a Prayer

1944 · Lt. Cmdr. Edward Moulton

8.1

The Ox-Bow Incident

1943 · Donald Martin

6.2

December 7th

1943 · Ghost of US sailor killed at Pearl Harbor

6.0

The North Star

1943 · Kolya Simonov

6.4

Crash Dive

1943 · Lt. Cdr. Dewey Connors

6.3

Berlin Correspondent

1942 · Bill Roberts

7.8

Ball of Fire

1941 · Joe Lilac

6.6

Tobacco Road

1941 · Capt. Tim Harmon

5.8

Belle Starr

1941 · Maj. Thomas Crail

7.1

Swamp Water

1941 · Ben Ragan

6.3

Kit Carson

1940 · Captain John C. Fremont

5.8

Sailor's Lady

1940 · Scrappy Wilson

6.1

Lucky Cisco Kid

1940 · Sergeant Dunn

7.5

The Westerner

1940 · Hod Johnson