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Alan Marshal

Highest Rated:   100% Tom, Dick and Harry (1941)
Lowest Rated:   20% The Opposite Sex (1956)
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Handsome, sophisticated, mustachioed Australian actor Alan Marshal launched his screen career in 1936, appearing in two films, The Garden of Allah and After the Thin Man. Marshal is frequently cast as witty, daring heroes. Notable film appearances include The Conquest (1937), in which he appeared opposite Greta Garbo, and The White Cliffs of Dover (1943) with Irene Dunne. Before coming to the U.S. in the mid-'30s, Marshal worked on the Australian stage. In Hollywood, he contracted with David O. Selznick and MGM, but frequently was loaned out to appear in other studios' productions. A nervous condition prevented Marshal from appearing in films throughout much of the 1940s. During that period, Marshal returned to stage work. He made his final film appearances in the late '50s. Marshal, who at one time had been compared to Ronald Colman, died on the Chicago stage while working opposite Mae West in Sextet.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Day of the Outlaw
  • Hal Crane
1959
96% House On Haunted Hill
  • Dr. David Trent
1959
20% The Opposite Sex
  • Ted
1956
No Score Yet The White Cliffs of Dover
  • Sir John Ashwood
1944
No Score Yet Lydia
  • Actor
1941
100% Tom, Dick and Harry
  • Dick
1941
No Score Yet He Stayed for Breakfast
  • Andre Dorlay
1940
No Score Yet Irene
  • Robert "Bob" Vincent
1940
No Score Yet The Howards of Virginia
  • Roger Peyton
1940
No Score Yet Exile Express
  • Steve Reynolds
1939
100% The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
  • Jerrold Hunter
1939
100% The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Phoebus
1939
No Score Yet I Met My Love Again
  • Michael
1938
No Score Yet Conquest
  • Capt. D'Ornano
1937
No Score Yet Parnell
  • Capt. William 'Willie' O'Shea
1937
No Score Yet Night Must Fall
  • Justin
1937
100% After the Thin Man
  • Robert Landis
1936
33% The Garden of Allah
  • De Trevignac
1936

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