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Clifford Evans

Highest Rated:   83% Kiss of the Vampire (1963)
Lowest Rated:   50% The Long Ships (1964)
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Following his 1930 British stage debut, Welsh actor Clifford Evans shuttled between the theatrical centers of England and the U.S. His first film appearance was in the 1936 British musical Calling the Tune. An agreeable leading man of the pre-war era, Evans is best-remembered for his portrayal of the title role in The Courageous Mr. Penn (1943). His lengthy wartime service halted his career momentum, and for the rest of his life Clifford Evans was seen mostly in small supporting roles both in films and on television.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Tenth Man
  • Ford
2005
No Score Yet One Brief Summer
  • Mark Stevens
1970
50% The Long Ships
  • King Harald
1964
83% Kiss of the Vampire
  • Professor Zimmer
1963
60% The Curse of the Werewolf
  • Don Alfredo Corledo
1961
No Score Yet S.O.S. Pacific
  • Peterson
1960
No Score Yet Jack the Ripper
  • Actor
1958
No Score Yet Violent Playground
  • Heaven Evans
1958
No Score Yet The Gilded Cage
  • Ken Aimes
1955
No Score Yet Valley of Song (Men Are Children Twice)
  • Geraint Llewellyn
1953
No Score Yet I'll Get You
  • Actor
1953
No Score Yet The 20 Questions Murder Mystery
  • Actor
1950
No Score Yet The Silver Darlings
  • Roddie
1947
No Score Yet The Flemish Farm
  • Jean Duclos
1943
No Score Yet The Saint Meets the Tiger
  • Sidmarsh
1943
No Score Yet The Foreman Went to France (Somewhere in France)
  • Fred Carrick
1942
No Score Yet Love on the Dole
  • Larry
1941
No Score Yet Freedom Radio (A Voice in the Night)
  • Dressler
1941
No Score Yet Courageous Mr. Penn
  • William Penn
1941
No Score Yet The Proud Valley (The Tunnel)
  • Seth Jones
1940
No Score Yet Mutiny on the Elsinore
  • Bert Rhyne
1937
No Score Yet Ourselves Alone
  • Actor
1936
No Score Yet River of Unrest
  • Cmdr. Connolly
1936

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