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Carl Brisson

Highest Rated:   100% The Ring (1927)
Lowest Rated:   83% Murder at the Vanities (1934)
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Danish leading man Carl Brisson began singing and dancing in Copenhagen night clubs in 1916, a year after he won Central Europe's amateur middle-weight boxing championship. He moved to the London stage in 1923. After breaking into the film industry, Brisson's full, rich tenor voice went unheard in his first British films-mainly because they were silents. Brisson starred in a brace of Hitchcock films, The Ring (1928) and The Manxman (1929), before movies learned to talk. In Hollywood from 1934, Brisson introduced the standard "Cocktails for Two" in Murder at the Vanities (1934). Brisson's subsequent film career was not so remarkable, and by the end of the 1930s he was devoting his time to radio and nightclub appearances. Carl Brisson was the father of Frederick Brisson, the theatrical-producer husband of Rosalind Russell.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
83% Murder at the Vanities
  • Eric Lander
1934
No Score Yet Knowing Men
  • Actor
1930
90% The Manxman
  • Pete Quilliam
1929
100% The Ring
  • 'One-Round' Jack Sander
1927

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