Guy D'Ennery

Highest Rated: 100% The Mark of Zorro (1940)
Lowest Rated: 80% Edison, the Man (1940)
Birthday: Jun 4, 1884
Birthplace: Not Available
Distinguished-looking, gray-haired supporting actor Guy D'Ennery appeared only sporadically in films prior to the changeover to sound. Busy thereafter, D'Ennery usually played dignified characters -- his character in a 1937 Paramount B-film was simply given as "Dignified Man" -- but could also play villains, such as the henchman Mordaunt in Universal's Meet the Wildcat (1940). Of his scores of mostly minor roles, D'Ennery is best remembered for two wildly diverging versions of the "Zorro" legend: the 12-chapter serial Zorro's Fighting Legion, in which he was the governor of the beleaguered San Mendolito, dispatched in the opening chapter; and the high-budget 20th Century Fox spectacular The Mark of Zorro (1940), as one of the California nobles, of which he was one in real life as well. D'Ennery continued playing bit roles on screen until at least 1943.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
88% Wilson Minor Role 1944
No Score Yet The White Cliffs of Dover Curate in Boarding House 1944
83% Madame Curie Professor 1943
No Score Yet Crossroads Reporter 1942
No Score Yet Prairie Pioneers Don Miguel 1941
100% The Mark of Zorro Don Jose 1940
80% Edison, the Man Lundstrom 1940
No Score Yet The Rains Came Mr. Durga 1939
No Score Yet Zorro's Fighting Legion Francisco 1939
No Score Yet Marie Antoinette Minister 1938
No Score Yet Blockade Counsellor 1938
No Score Yet Maytime Aide 1937
No Score Yet The Firefly Spanish General 1937
No Score Yet Wife vs. Secretary Cuban Waiter 1936
No Score Yet Klondike Annie Alvaredos 1936
100% Anna Karenina Tutor 1935
No Score Yet Star Witness Jack Short 1931
No Score Yet Lights of New York Tommy 1928

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