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Anthony Ross



Broadway-based actor Anthony Ross is best remembered by theatre buffs for originating the character of The Gentleman Caller in Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie. Ross also appeared in Moss Hart's morale-boosting play Winged Victory, and was set to repeat his role in the 1944 20th Century-Fox screen version, when for reasons unknown his part was recast. Even so, he remained with Fox in the postwar years, playing character roles in such films as Kiss of Death (1947) and The Gunfighter (1950). Anthony Ross made his last screen appearance in The Country Girl (1954), reprising his Broadway characterization as laconic playwright Phil Cook.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Minnesota Clay
  • Scratchy
1965
No Score Yet Rogue Cop
  • Fr. Ahern
1955
83% The Country Girl
  • Phil Cook
1954
100% On Dangerous Ground
  • Pete Santos
1952
No Score Yet Westinghouse Studio One - "Burden of Guilt"
  • Actor
1952
No Score Yet Between Midnight and Dawn
  • Lt. Masterson
1950
No Score Yet Perfect Strangers
  • Robert Fisher
1950
No Score Yet The Window
  • Ross
1949
86% Kiss of Death
  • Williams
1947
71% Boomerang!
  • Warren
1947

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