Gerald Mohr

Gerald Mohr

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Sea Hawk (1940)
  • Lowest Rated: 0% The Angry Red Planet (1959)
  • Birthday: Jun 11, 1914
  • Birthplace: New York, New York, USA
  • While attending the medical school of Columbia University, Gerald Mohr was offered an opportunity to audition as a radio announcer. The upshot of this was a job at CBS as the network's youngest reporter. He moved to the Broadway stage upon landing a role in The Petrified Forest. Shortly afterward, he became a member of Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre. He was chosen on the basis of his voice alone for his first film role as a heavily disguised phony mystic in Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939). Following wartime service, the dark, roguish Mohr was selected to play thief-turned-sleuth the Lone Wolf in Columbia's B-picture series of the same name. His detective activities spilled over into radio, where Mohr starred as Philip Marlowe, and TV, where in 1954 he was cast as Bogart-like café owner Chris Storm on the final season of the syndicated Foreign Intrigue. Gerald Mohr died at the age of 54, shortly after playing a crooked gambler in Funny Girl (1968).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

93% Funny Girl Branca 1968
No Score Yet This Rebel Breed Lt. Robert Brooks 1960
0% The Angry Red Planet Col. Thomas O'Bannion 1959
No Score Yet Guns, Girls & Gangsters Actor 1959
No Score Yet My World Dies Screaming Actor 1958
No Score Yet The Buckskin Lady Slinger 1957
No Score Yet Money from Home Preston 1953
No Score Yet Raiders Of The Seven Seas Actor 1953
No Score Yet The Eddie Cantor Story Rocky 1953
No Score Yet Invasion U.S.A. Vince Potter 1952
No Score Yet The Ring Pete 1952
No Score Yet The Duel at Silver Creek Rod Lacy 1952
86% The Sniper Police Sgt. Joe Ferris 1952
No Score Yet Son of Ali Baba Capt. Youssef 1952
73% Detective Story Tami Giacoppetti 1951
No Score Yet Ten Tall Men Caid Hussin 1951
No Score Yet Hunt the Man Down Walter Long 1951
No Score Yet Sirocco Maj. Leon 1951
No Score Yet Two Guys from Texas Link Jessup 1948
70% The Emperor Waltz Marques Alonso 1948
No Score Yet The Lone Wolf in London Michael Lanyard 1947
No Score Yet The Magnificent Rogue Actor 1946
No Score Yet The Notorious Lone Wolf Michael Lanyard 1946
97% Gilda Capt. Delgado 1946
60% Lady of Burlesque Louie Grindero 1943
No Score Yet King of the Cowboys Maurice, the Mental Marvel 1943
No Score Yet The Desert Song Haasan 1943
No Score Yet Redhead from Manhattan Chick Andrews 1943
92% Woman of the Year Radio Emcee 1942
No Score Yet Jungle Girl Slick Latimer 1941
No Score Yet The Reluctant Dragon Baby Weems Narrator/Guard 1941
No Score Yet The Monster and the Girl Munn 1941
100% The Sea Hawk Spanish Officer 1940
No Score Yet Charlie Chan at Treasure Island Dr. Zodiac 1939
No Score Yet Panama Patrol Pilot 1939
86% Love Affair Extra 1939

TV

Rating

Title

Credit

Year

No Score Yet Bonanza
1959-1973
Collins Reed Troxell
  • 1968
  • 1965
  • 1960
No Score Yet Fantastic Four
1967-1968
Mr. Fantastic
  • 1967
100% The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
1964-1968
Josef
  • 1967
  • 1965
No Score Yet Lost in Space
1965-1968
Morbus
  • 1966
No Score Yet Perry Mason
1957-1966
Joe Medeci Durfee Lloyd Rubin
  • 1966
  • 1964
  • 1963
  • 1961
No Score Yet Maverick
1957-1962
Dave Lindell Giacomo Beretti Doc Holliday Steve Corbett Juan "Johnny" Bolero Gus Tellson
  • 1961
  • 1960
  • 1959
  • 1958
  • 1957
No Score Yet I Love Lucy
1951-1957
Dr. Henry Molin
  • 1953

QUOTES FROM Gerald Mohr CHARACTERS

Col. Thomas O'Bannion
with all this vegetation there must be something alive out there.
Col. Thomas O'Bannion
With all this vegetation there must be something alive out there.
Gilda Mundson
I danced in America
Gilda Mundson
I danced in America.
Capt. Delgado
This is not America?
Gilda Mundson
I mean New York
Gilda Mundson
I mean New York.