Karl Swenson

Highest Rated:
100% Hour of the Gun (1967)
Lowest Rated:
43% North to Alaska (1960)
Birthday:
Jul 23
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Karl Swenson was one of the busiest performers in the so-called golden days of network radio. Swenson played the leading role in the seriocomic daily serial Lorenzo Jones, and was also heard on Our Gal Sunday as Lord Henry, the heroine's "wealthy and titled Englishman" husband. He carried over his…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
86% Ulzana's Raid
  • Rukeyser
-- 1972
75% Vanishing Point
  • Clerk At Delivery Agency
-- 1971
Wild Country
  • Jenson
-- 1971
...tick... tick... tick... (Tick tick tick)
  • Braddock
-- 1970
100% Hour of the Gun
  • Dr. Goodfellow
-- 1967
Brighty of the Grand Canyon
  • Theodore Roosevelt
-- 1967
90% Seconds
  • Dr. Morris
-- 1966
100% The Sons of Katie Elder
  • Doc Isdel/Bartender
-- 1965
85% The Cincinnati Kid
  • Mr. Rudd
-- 1965
97% Major Dundee
  • Capt. Waller
-- 1965
71% The Sword in the Stone
  • Merlin the Magician
-- 1963
100% How the West Was Won
  • Train conductor
-- 1963
96% The Birds
  • Drunk
-- 1963
Man From Galveston
  • Sheriff
-- 1963
The Prize
  • Hilding
-- 1963
The Spiral Road
  • Inspector Bevers
-- 1962
90% Lonely are the Brave
  • Rev. Hoskins
-- 1962
Walk on the Wild Side
  • Schmidt
-- 1962
90% Judgment at Nuremberg
  • Dr. Geuter
-- 1961
43% North to Alaska
  • Lars Nordquist
-- 1960
90% Flaming Star
  • Dred Pierce
-- 1960
Ice Palace
  • Scotty Ballantyne
-- 1960
Gallant Hours
  • Capt. Bill Bailey
-- 1960
One Foot in Hell
  • Sheriff Olson
-- 1960
No Name on the Bullet
  • Earl Sticker
-- 1959
The Hanging Tree
  • Tom Flaunce
-- 1959
The Badlanders
  • Marshal
-- 1958
Kings Go Forth
  • Colonel
-- 1958

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Quotes from Karl Swenson's Characters

    1. Drunk: It's the end of the world!
    From The Birds. Submitted by Abner H (6 months ago)
    1. Merlin the Magician: Ha ha! Of course, of course. King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table.
    From The Sword in the Stone. Submitted by Austin G (3 years ago)
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