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Eugene Deckers

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
  • Lowest Rated: 29% Lady L (1965)
  • Birthday: Not Available
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  • French stage actor Eugene Deckers relocated to England when his Nazi-held homeland was liberated by the Allies. Re-establishing himself on the British stage, Deckers made his first English language film appearance in 1946. Formerly a romantic lead, he specialized in "continental" character roles, playing many an obsequious concierge and imperious diplomat. As he grew older, Eugene Deckers expanded his characterization range to include Germans and Italians as well as Frenchmen; he made his final screen appearance in 1968.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

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Year

75% The Assassination Bureau Desk Clerk 1969
No Score Yet Last Safari Refugee Leader 1967
29% Lady L Koenigstein 1965
87% The Longest Day Nazi Soldier 1962
No Score Yet A Weekend with Lulu Inspector Larve 1961
No Score Yet Crack in the Mirror Magre 1960
No Score Yet North West Frontier Actor 1960
No Score Yet Northwest Frontier Peters 1959
No Score Yet The Iron Petticoat Actor 1957
No Score Yet Foreign Intrigue Sandoz 1956
No Score Yet Triple Deception Vidal 1956
No Score Yet Doctor At Sea Colonel Perello, chief of police 1955
No Score Yet The Colditz Story Le Tour 1955
No Score Yet Man of the Moment Day Lift Man 1955
No Score Yet The Detective French Cavalry Officer 1954
No Score Yet The Love Lottery Vernet 1954
100% The Lavender Hill Mob Customs Official 1951
No Score Yet So Long at the Fair Day Porter 1951
No Score Yet Golden Salamander Police Chief 1950
83% Madeleine Mr. Thau 1950
No Score Yet Highly Dangerous Alf 1950
No Score Yet Elusive Pimpernel Capt. Meiieres 1950
No Score Yet Prince of Foxes Borgia Henchman 1949
No Score Yet Sleeping Car to Trieste Jules 1948
No Score Yet Against the Wind Marcel Van Hecke 1948
No Score Yet Mrs. Fitzherbert Philippe 1947
No Score Yet Dual Alibi Ringmaster 1947

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