Barry Jones

Highest Rated: 85% Brigadoon (1954)
Birthday: Mar 6, 1893
Birthplace: Not Available
British character actor Barry Jones firmly established himself as a stage star as early as 1921. Ten years later, Jones made the transition to films, most famously as Bluntschli in the filmization of G. B. Shaw's Arms and the Man. He then went back to the stage, reemerging on screen in the postwar years. His movie and television characters were generally of an intellectual and/or aristocratic nature: Aristotle in Alexander the Great (1955), Count Rostov in War and Peace (1956) and Julius Caesar in the Shakespearean TV series Spread of the Eagle (1963). His most fondly remembered film role was also his most atypical: deranged explosives expert Professor Willingdon, who threatens to lay waste to London in Seven Days to Noon (1950).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Dancing With Crime Gregory 2012
No Score Yet A Study in Terror Duke of Shires 1965
80% The Heroes of Telemark Prof. Logan 1965
No Score Yet The 39 Steps Professor Logan 1959
No Score Yet Ten Little Indians Actor 1959
30% Saint Joan De Courcelles 1957
43% War and Peace Count Ilya Rostov 1956
0% Alexander the Great Aristotle 1956
No Score Yet The Glass Slipper Duke 1955
85% Brigadoon Mr. Lundie 1954
80% Demetrius and the Gladiators Claudius 1954
No Score Yet Prince Valiant King Luke 1954
No Score Yet Return to Paradise Pastor Corbett 1953
No Score Yet Plymouth Adventure William Brewster 1952
No Score Yet The Magic Box Bath Doctor 1952
No Score Yet Appointment with Venus Provost 1951
No Score Yet White Corridors Dr. Shoesmith 1951
No Score Yet The Clouded Yellow Nicholas Fenton 1951
No Score Yet Seven Days to Noon Professor Willingdon 1950
83% Madeleine Lord Advocate 1950
No Score Yet Bad Lord Byron Col. Stonhope 1949
No Score Yet Uneasy Terms Inspector Gringall 1948
No Score Yet Frieda Holliday 1947
57% Number Seventeen (Number 17) Henry Doyle 1932


89% The Magicians
  • 2016
No Score Yet The Saint


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