Sam Levene

Highest Rated:
100% The Killers (1946)
Lowest Rated:
0% A Farewell To Arms (1957)
Birthday:
Aug 28
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Not Available

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
33% Last Embrace
  • Sam Urdell
-- 1979
81% ...And Justice For All
  • Arnie
-- 1979
The Royal Family
  • Actor
-- 1977
75% God Told Me To
  • Everett Lukas
-- 1976
Atlantic City Jackpot
  • Lou
-- 1975
Such Good Friends
  • Uncle Eddie
-- 1971
A Dream of Kings
  • Cicero
-- 1969
Act One
  • Richard Maxwell
-- 1963
0% A Farewell To Arms
  • Swiss Sergeant
-- 1957
75% Designing Woman
  • Ned Hammerstein
-- 1957
98% Sweet Smell of Success
  • Frank D'Angelo
-- 1957
20% The Opposite Sex
  • Mike Pearl
-- 1956
3 Sailors And A Girl
  • Joe Woods
-- 1953
Guilty Bystander
  • Capt. Mark Tonetti
-- 1950
Dial 1119 (The Violent Hour)
  • Dr. John Faron
-- 1950
Babe Ruth Story
  • Phil Conrad
-- 1948
Killer McCoy
  • Happy
-- 1947
79% Crossfire
  • Joseph Samuels
-- 1947
77% Boomerang!
  • Dave Woods
-- 1947
91% Brute Force
  • Louie
-- 1947
100% The Killers
  • Lt. Sam Lubinsky
-- 1946
The Purple Heart
  • Lt. Wayne Greenbaum
-- 1944
Whistling in Brooklyn
  • Creeper
-- 1943
Gung Ho!: The Story of Carlson's Makin Island Raiders
  • Transport (Leo Andreof)
-- 1943
I Dood It
  • Ed Jackson
-- 1943
Action in the North Atlantic
  • Chips Abrams
-- 1943
Grand Central Murder
  • Inspector Gunther
-- 1942
Sing Your Worries Away
  • Smiley Clark
-- 1942
The Big Street
  • Horsethief
-- 1942
83% Shadow of the Thin Man
  • Lieutenant Abrams
-- 1941
Golden Boy
  • Siggie
-- 1939
Shopworn Angel
  • Leer
-- 1938
The Mad Miss Manton
  • Lt. Mike Brent
-- 1938
100% After the Thin Man
  • Lt. Abrams
-- 1936
Three Men on a Horse
  • Patsy
-- 1936
Kathy O'
  • Actor
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Quotes from Sam Levene's Characters

    1. Joseph Samuels: It's worse at night, isn't it? I think maybe it's suddenly not having a lot of enemies to hate anymore. Maybe it's because for four years now we've been focusing our mind on -- on one little peanut. The win the war peanut. That was all; get it over! Eat that peanut. [he eats and swallows the peanut] All at once, no peanut. Now we start looking at each other again. We don't know what we're supposed to do - we don't know what's supposed to happen. We're too used to fighting, but we just don't know what to fight. You can feel the tension in the air. A whole lot of fight, and hate, that doesn't know where to go. A guy like you, maybe, starts hating himself. Well - one of these days maybe we'll all learn to shift gears. Stop hating and start liking things again. Eh.
    From Crossfire. Submitted by Christopher B (13 months ago)
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