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Curt Conway

Highest Rated:   100% They Live by Night (1948)
Lowest Rated:   43% A Woman's Secret (1949)
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Wiry, solemn-faced American actor Curt Conway interrupted stage work to appear in his first film, Gentleman's Agreement (1947). As Bert McAnny in the Oscar-winning film, Conway was one of many Anglo-Saxon types who opened mouth and inserted foot when Gregory Peck, investigating anti-Semitism, pretended to be Jewish. Conway was a stalwart of television's "live" days of the '50s, at which time he did some directing as well as acting. Twilight Zone fans will remember a heavily made-up Conway in the 1963 episode "He's Alive"; the actor played a shadowy stranger who gives advice to a neo-Nazi activist (Dennis Hopper) on how to get ahead, and who at the end of the episode turns out to be--to everyone's surprise but the audience--Adolph Hitler. Having begun his film career in a movie indictment of race prejudice, Curt Conway ended his career in a film dealing with the same subject, 1971's The Man.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Big Mo
  • Dr. Stewart
1973
No Score Yet No Place to Run
  • 1st Old Man
1972
No Score Yet Macho Callahan
  • Judge
1970
No Score Yet Invitation to a Gunfighter
  • McKeever
1964
84% Hud
  • Truman Peters
1963
No Score Yet Burning Bright
  • Director
1959
No Score Yet Wind Across the Everglades
  • Perfesser
1958
No Score Yet The Goddess
  • Writer
1958
No Score Yet The Lady Gambles
  • Bank Clerk
1949
43% A Woman's Secret
  • Doctor
1949
70% Knock on Any Door
  • Elkins
1949
100% They Live by Night
  • Man in Tuxedo
1948
100% Raw Deal
  • Spider
1948
86% The Naked City
  • Nick
1948
100% T-Men
  • Shorty
1947
78% Gentleman's Agreement
  • Bert McAnny
1947
No Score Yet Singapore
  • Pepe
1947
71% A Double Life
  • Reporter
1947

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Twilight Zone
1959-1964
  • Stranger
  • 1963

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