Melvyn Douglas

Biography

Melvyn Douglas (born Melvyn Edouard Hesselberg, April 5, 1901 – August 4, 1981) was an American actor. Douglas came to prominence in the 1930s as a suave leading man, perhaps best typified by his performance in the 1939 romantic comedy Ninotchka with Greta Garbo. Douglas later played mature and fath...

60 titles Acting

6.3

Ghost Story

1981 · Dr. John Jaffrey

6.5

Tell Me a Riddle

1980 · David

7.3

The Changeling

1980 · Senator Carmichael

6.1

The Seduction of Joe Tynan

1979 · Senator Birney

8.0

Being There

1979 · Benjamin Rand

6.8

Twilight's Last Gleaming

1977 · Zachariah Guthrie

6.7

Intimate Strangers

1977 · Donald's father

7.7

The Tenant Le locataire

1976 · Monsieur Zy

6.7

Murder or Mercy

1974 · Dr. Paul Harelson

4.8

The Death Squad

1974 · Police Captain Earl Kreski

7.3

The Going Up of David Lev

1973 · Grandfather

6.2

One Is a Lonely Number

1972 · Joseph Provo

7.1

The Candidate

1972 · John J. McKay

7.6

Death Takes a Holiday

1971 · Judge Earl Chapman

7.7

I Never Sang for My Father

1970 · Tom Garrison

5.5

Hunters Are for Killing

1970 · Keller Floran

7.9

Companions in Nightmare

1968 · Dr. Lawrence Strelson

6.6

Hotel

1967 · Warren Trent

7.3

Rapture

1965 · Frederick Larbaud

8.1

Inherit the Wind

1965 · Henry Drummond

6.0

Advance to the Rear

1964 · Col. Claude Brackenbury

7.4

The Americanization of Emily

1964 · Adm. William Jessup

7.9

Hud

1963 · Homer Bannon

7.9

Billy Budd

1962 · The Dansker, Sailmaker

6.2

My Forbidden Past

1951 · Paul Beaurevel

6.0

On the Loose

1951 · Frank Bradley

6.1

A Woman's Secret

1949 · Luke Jordan

5.6

My Own True Love

1949 · Clive Heath

6.7

The Great Sinner

1949 · Armand De Glasse

7.3

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House

1948 · Bill Cole

6.5

The Guilt of Janet Ames

1947 · Smithfield 'Smitty' Cobb

6.4

The Sea of Grass

1947 · Brice Chamberlain

5.9

Three Hearts For Julia

1943 · Jeff Seabrook

6.2

We Were Dancing

1942 · Nicholas Prax

5.8

They All Kissed the Bride

1942 · Michael 'Mike' Holmes

6.8

That Uncertain Feeling

1941 · Larry Baker

7.2

A Woman's Face

1941 · Dr. Gustaf Segert

6.3

Our Wife

1941 · Jerome 'Jerry' Marvin

6.4

Two-Faced Woman

1941 · Lawrence 'Larry' Blake

6.5

Too Many Husbands

1940 · Henry Lowndes

6.9

This Thing Called Love

1940 · Tice Collins

6.9

He Stayed for Breakfast

1940 · Paul Boliet

6.9

Third Finger, Left Hand

1940 · Jeff Thompson

8.0

Ninotchka

1939 · Count Leon d'Algout

6.6

Tell No Tales

1939 · Michael Cassidy

6.8

Good Girls Go to Paris

1939 · Ronald Brooke

6.6

The Amazing Mr. Williams

1939 · Kenny Williams

6.7

Arsene Lupin Returns

1938 · Rene Farrand aka Arsene Lupin

6.8

That Certain Age

1938 · Vincent Bullitt

6.7

Fast Company

1938 · Joel Sloane

6.2

There's That Woman Again

1938 · William 'Bill' Reardon

6.9

There's Always a Woman

1938 · William H. Reardon

6.1

The Shining Hour

1938 · Henry Linden

5.9

The Toy Wife

1938 · George Sartoris

8.0

Captains Courageous

1937 · Frank Burton Cheyne

6.3

I'll Take Romance

1937 · James Guthrie

6.3

I Met Him in Paris

1937 · George Potter

5.8

Women of Glamour

1937 · Richard 'Dick' Stark

7.4

Angel

1937 · Anthony 'Tony' Halton

5.5

The Gorgeous Hussy

1936 · John Randolph

6.1

And So They Were Married

1936 · Stephen Blake

7.3

Theodora Goes Wild

1936 · Michael Grant

5.8

The People's Enemy

1935 · George R. 'Traps' Stuart

6.8

The Lone Wolf Returns

1935 · Michael Lanyard

6.6

She Married Her Boss

1935 · Richard Barclay

6.8

Annie Oakley

1935 · Jeff Hogarth

7.2

Mary Burns, Fugitive

1935 · Barton Powell

6.0

Woman in the Dark

1934 · Tony Robson

6.0

Dangerous Corner

1934 · Charles Stanton

7.6

Counsellor at Law

1933 · Roy Darwin

5.7

The Vampire Bat

1933 · Karl Brettschneider

7.2

The Old Dark House

1932 · Roger Penderel

7.0

The Wiser Sex

1932 · David Rolfe

5.3

The Broken Wing

1932 · Philip 'Phil' Marvin

6.5

As You Desire Me

1932 · Count Bruno Varelli

5.7

Prestige

1932 · Capt. Andre Verlaine

7.7

Tonight or Never

1931 · Jim Fletcher