George Tyne

Highest Rated:
100% Decision Before Dawn (1951)
Lowest Rated:
17% The Skin Game (1931)
Birthday:
Feb 6
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
American actor/director {$George Tyne began his performing career under his own name, Martin "Buddy" Yarus, in films as varied as Errol Flynn's Objective Burma (1945) and Laurel and Hardy's Dancing Masters (1943). Under the new soubriquet George Tyne, the actor had sizable roles in a multitude of…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
48% The Lonely Guy
  • Director at Party
-- 1984
Romantic Comedy
  • Doctor
-- 1983
Rolling Home
  • Actor
-- 1982
Mr. Ricco
  • Detective Barrett
-- 1975
I Will, I Will For Now
  • Marriage Counselor
-- 1975
Skin Game
  • Bonner
-- 1971
The Lost Man
  • Plainclothesman
-- 1969
71% Marlowe
  • Oliver Hardy
-- 1969
91% Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here
  • Le Marie
-- 1969
92% The Boston Strangler
  • Dr. Kramer
-- 1968
Crackshot
  • George
-- 1968
Don't Make Waves
  • Newspapermen
-- 1967
Not with My Wife, You Don't!
  • Sgt. Dogerty
-- 1966
40% Circus World (The Magnificent Showman)
  • Madrid bartender
-- 1964
100% Decision Before Dawn
  • Sgt. Griffin
-- 1951
83% No Way Out
  • Whitey
-- 1950
83% Side Street
  • Detective Roffman
-- 1950
100% Thieves' Highway
  • Charles
-- 1949
The Red Pony
  • Charlie
-- 1949
100% Sands of Iwo Jima
  • Pfc. Harris
-- 1949
Open Secret
  • Harry Strauss
-- 1948
73% Call Northside 777
  • Tomek Zaleska
-- 1948
Seven Were Saved
  • Actor
-- 1947
They Won't Believe Me
  • Lieutenant Carr
-- 1947
Deadline at Dawn
  • Ray
-- 1946
Objective, Burma!
  • Soapy Higgins
-- 1945
100% A Walk in the Sun
  • Friedman
-- 1945
Life with Blondie
  • Cassidy
-- 1945
Once Upon a Time
  • Jitterbug
-- 1944
Four Jills in a Jeep
  • Actor
-- 1944
Mr. Winkle Goes to War
  • Johnson
-- 1944
The Iron Major
  • Actor
-- 1943
The Dancing Masters
  • Gangster
-- 1943
17% The Skin Game
  • Bonner
-- 1931

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Quotes from George Tyne's Characters

    1. Rivera: So that's what I am, huh? Whaddaya know. Where'd you get that malarkey, Jake?
    2. Friedman: Out of a book.
    3. Rivera: A book!
    4. Friedman: You're a decadent democrat, Rivera.
    From A Walk in the Sun. Submitted by Harold M (2 years ago)
    1. Rivera: Good thing they invented trains for travelling salesmen.
    2. Friedman: OK, kill me: what's the gag?
    3. Rivera: No gag. But if they didn't have trains, all the travelling salesmen would have to walk.
    4. Friedman: *You're* a travelling salesman; you ain't been taking any trains lately.
    5. Rivera: Rivera: Whaddaya mean, *I'm* a travelling salesman? I'm a murderer!
    6. Friedman: You're a travelling salesmen. You're selling democracy to the natives.
    7. Rivera: You're a travelling salesmen. You're selling democracy to the natives.
    From A Walk in the Sun. Submitted by Harold M (2 years ago)
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