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Erskine Sanford

Highest Rated: 100% Jane Eyre (1944)

Lowest Rated: 60% Impact (1949)

Birthday: Nov 19, 1885

Birthplace: Trinidad, Colorado, USA

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sierra Judge Prentiss (Character) - 1950
No Score Yet 60% Night Unto Night Dr. Gallen Altheim (Character) - 1949
60% 54% Impact Dr. Bender (Character) - 1949
85% 76% Macbeth Duncan (Character) - 1948
No Score Yet No Score Yet Kidnapped Rankeillor (Character) - 1948
No Score Yet 49% Wake of the Red Witch Dr. van Arken (Character) - 1948
82% 85% The Lady From Shanghai Judge (Character) - 1948
67% 46% Mourning Becomes Electra Josiah Borden (Character) - 1947
No Score Yet 69% One for the Book Storekeeper (Character) - 1947
90% 76% Possessed Dr. Max Sherman (Character) - 1947
No Score Yet 44% Crack-Up Museum Director Barton (Character) - 1946
No Score Yet 68% Angel on My Shoulder Minister (Character) - 1946
85% 82% Spellbound Dr. Galt (uncredited) (Character) - 1945
No Score Yet 68% Uncertain Glory Drover (uncredited) (Character) - 1944
100% 83% Jane Eyre Mr. Briggs (uncredited) (Character) - 1944
87% 75% Ministry of Fear Mr. George Rennit (Character) - 1944
89% 85% The Magnificent Ambersons Roger Bronson (Character) - 1942
100% 90% Citizen Kane Herbert Carter/Newsreel Reporter (Character) $977.3K 1941
No Score Yet No Score Yet Pop Always Pays John Hayes (Character) - 1940

QUOTES FROM Erskine Sanford CHARACTERS

Drover says: He was just another murderer (ie Picard)..... Nobody can help me decide this (ie the fate of Picard).

Drover says: He was just another murderer [ie Picard]..... Nobody can help me decide this. [ie the fate of Picard]

Jean Picard says: I'd better be going along, Gestapo clocks may be fast.

Jean Picard says: Somehow (Paris) is always beautiful before dark.

Jean Picard says: Somehow [Paris] is always beautiful before dark.

Jean Picard says: Tell (Marianne) .... we'll think of something.

Jean Picard says: Tell Marianne... we'll think of something.

Drover says: What is it that brought you (Picard) back (to turn himself in to the Gestapo).

Drover says: What is it that brought you [Picard] back. [to turn himself in to the Gestapo]

Jean Picard says: What time do they shoot me?

Jean Picard says: Its been a long road.

Jean Picard says: Yes, but it has a good ending.

Gestapo Agent says: You see, you forgot how to answer that one (a question that quizzed all captives).

Gestapo Agent says: You see, you forgot how to answer that one. [a question that quizzed all captives]

Jean Picard says: I'm looking a that little pulse there in your throat. (talking to Marriane)

Jean Picard says: I'm looking a that little pulse there in your throat. [talking to Marriane]

Drover says: We've had enough fishing, both of us. (after wasting time fishing).

Drover says: We've had enough fishing, both of us. [after wasting time fishing]

Drover says: No Picard, you have an appointment in Paris tonight.

Jean Picard says: At this point everybody in the world is trembling.

Jean Picard says: How better can a man live the last than three days of his life (on meeting Marianne.)

Jean Picard says: How better can a man live the last than three days of his life [on meeting Marianne]

Marianne says: We don't know where to turn or who to tell.

Jean Picard says: What? are all the men around here blind? (asking about Marianne's romances)

Jean Picard says: What? are all the men around here blind? [asking about Marianne's romances]

Drover says: It wasn't my idea,[their plan to fool the Germans] there is always the guillotine you know.

Drover says: It wasn't my idea, [their plan to fool the Germans] there is always the guillotine you know.

Drover says: I intend to enjoy my pension some day. (chains Picard to the bed)

Drover says: I intend to enjoy my pension some day. [chains Picard to the bed]

Jean Picard says: Always the policeman, here I dig help to dig my own grave and you still don't trust me.

Jean Picard says: At least it has more dignity than the guillotine. (being shot by a firing squad)

Jean Picard says: At least it has more dignity than the guillotine. [being shot by a firing squad]

Jean Picard says: A hundred innocent lives for one guilty one (his own)

Jean Picard says: A hundred innocent lives for one guilty one [his own]

Jean Picard says: I'll be honest with you, I do have a prejudice against the guillotine.

Jean Picard says: A hundred men you could have saved and didn't.

Drover says: I'm willing to risk everything on a theif and a murderer (he will release Picard to be caught by the Germans and certain death for Picard)

Drover says: I'm willing to risk everything on a theif and a murderer [he will release Picard to be caught by the Germans and certain death for Picard]

Father Le Clerc says: Anything that maintain a free spirit is worth a life.

Jean Picard says: What's wrong with [a name like] Emile on a tombstone? Sounds like a hair dresser.