Dan Duryea

Biography

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...

51 titles Acting

5.5

The Bamboo Saucer

1968 · Hank Peters

6.5

Stranger on the Run

1967 · O.E. Hotchkiss

5.0

Five Golden Dragons

1967 · Dragon #1

5.7

Winchester '73

1967 · Bart McAdam

5.9

The Hills Run Red Un fiume di dollari

1966 · Col. Winny Getz

6.0

Incident at Phantom Hill

1966 · Joseph Henry 'Joe' Barlow

5.8

Taggart

1965 · Jay Jason

7.6

The Flight of the Phoenix

1965 · Standish

5.9

The Bounty Killer

1965 · Willie Duggan

6.3

Walk a Tightrope

1965 · Carl Lutcher

6.1

He Rides Tall

1964 · Bart Thorne

7.0

Do You Know This Voice?

1964 · John Hopta

6.6

Six Black Horses

1962 · Frank Jesse

5.8

Platinum High School

1960 · Maj. Redfern Kelly

7.3

Gundown at Sandoval

1959 ·

6.9

Kathy O'

1958 · Harry Johnson

7.0

Slaughter on Tenth Avenue

1957 · John Jacob Masters

6.4

Battle Hymn

1957 · le sergent Herman

6.7

The Burglar

1957 · Nat Harbin

6.7

Night Passage

1957 · Whitey Harbin

5.8

The Marauders

1955 · Avery

6.5

Storm Fear

1955 · Fred

6.1

Foxfire

1955 · Hugh Slater

6.6

This Is My Love

1954 · Murray Myer

7.0

Silver Lode

1954 · Ned McCarty

5.8

World for Ransom

1954 · Mike Callahan / Corrigan

7.0

Ride Clear of Diablo

1954 · Whitey Kincade

6.1

Rails Into Laramie

1954 · Jim Shanessy

5.2

Sky Commando

1953 · Col. Ed 'E.D.' Wyatt

5.5

36 Hours

1953 · Major Bill Rogers

6.6

Thunder Bay

1953 · Johnny Gambi

7.2

Chicago Calling

1952 · Bill Cannon

6.2

Al Jennings of Oklahoma

1951 · Al Jennings

7.0

The Underworld Story

1950 · Mike Reese

6.9

One Way Street

1950 · John Wheeler

7.7

Winchester '73

1950 · Waco Johnnie Dean

6.9

Johnny Stool Pigeon

1949 · Johnny Evans

7.6

Criss Cross

1949 · Slim Dundee

7.4

Too Late for Tears

1949 · Danny Fuller

6.8

Manhandled

1949 · Karl Benson

7.1

Larceny

1948 · Silky Randall

6.3

Black Bart

1948 · Charles E. Boles / Black Bart

6.1

River Lady

1948 · Beauvais

6.9

White Tie and Tails

1946 · Charles Dumont

7.0

Black Angel

1946 · Martin Blair

7.9

Scarlet Street

1945 · Johnny Prince

6.6

Along Came Jones

1945 · Monte Jarrad

7.4

The Valley of Decision

1945 · William Scott Jr.

6.6

The Great Flamarion

1945 · Al Wallace

6.9

Lady on a Train

1945 · Arnold Waring

7.8

The Woman in the Window

1944 · Heidt / Tim, the Doorman

7.2

Ministry of Fear

1944 · Cost aka Travers the tailor

6.4

Man from Frisco

1944 · Jim Benson

6.6

None But the Lonely Heart

1944 · Lew Tate

7.0

Mrs. Parkington

1944 · Jack Stilham

7.6

Sahara

1943 · Jimmy Doyle

6.0

That Other Woman

1942 · Ralph Cobb

7.7

The Pride of the Yankees

1942 · Hank Hanneman

8.2

The Little Foxes

1941 · Leo Hubbard

7.8

Ball of Fire

1941 · Duke Pastrami