Derrick De Marney

Derrick De Marney

  • Highest Rated: 100% Young and Innocent (1938)
  • Lowest Rated: 88% The Scarlet Pimpernel (1935)
  • Birthday: Sep 21, 1906
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • A stage actor from the age of seventeen, Derrick DeMarney made his film bow in 1928, at age 21. A handsome and virile leading man in films like Forbidden Music (1936) and Hitchcock's Young and Innocent (1937), DeMarney seemed to prefer playing against type in such character roles as Disraeli in Victoria the Great (1936) and Sixty Glorious Years (1938). During his wartime service, he directed the government documentary Malta GC (1942). He went on to produce or co-produce a number of films, including the morale-boosting The Gentle Sex (1943) and the noirish thrillers Latin Quarter (1946) and She Shall Have Murder (1950). De Marney's postwar film roles included the vastly different title characters in Uncle Silas (1947) and Meet Slim Callaghan (1952). Derrick DeMarney was the brother of actor Terence De Marney (1909-71).

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No Score Yet The Projected Man Latham 1967
No Score Yet Private's Progress Pat 1956
No Score Yet Meet Mr. Callaghan Slim Callaghan 1954
No Score Yet Uncle Silas Actor 1951
No Score Yet Sleeping Car to Trieste George Grant 1948
No Score Yet Frenzy Producer Charles Garrie 1945
No Score Yet The Gentle Sex Producer 1943
No Score Yet White Eagle Producer 1943
No Score Yet Spitfire (The First of the Few) S.L. Jefferson 1942
No Score Yet Suicide Squadron (Dangerous Moonlight) Michael 'Mike' Carroll 1942
No Score Yet Queen of Destiny (Sixty Glorious Years) Benjamin Disraeli 1938
100% Young and Innocent Robert Tisdall 1938
No Score Yet Victoria the Great Young Disraeli 1937
100% Pearls of the Crown Darnley 1937
No Score Yet Forbidden Music Rudolpho Strozzi 1936
93% Things to Come Richard Gordon 1936
88% The Scarlet Pimpernel Members of the Pimpernel League 1935


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