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Guy Stockwell

Highest Rated:   85% Santa Sangre (1989)
Lowest Rated:   29% Airport 1975 (1974)
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The son of Broadway singer/actor Harry Stockwell, Guy Stockwell made his stage debut at age 5 in The Innocent Voyage. Also appearing in this 1943 Theatre Guild production was Guy's younger brother Dean Stockwell. Dean went on to fame as a child actor, specializing in sensitive roles; conversely, Guy did not truly achieve prominence until adulthood, playing rugged, outdoorsy types. More active on the stage than on screen, Guy nonetheless chalked up plenty of on-camera credits, including regular roles on such TV series as Adventures in Paradise (1961), The Richard Boone Show (1963), and the daytime drama Return to Peyton Place (1972; as Dr. Michael Rossi). Guy Stockwell's best big-screen assignment was the title role in the 1966 remake of Beau Geste.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Everybody's Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure
  • Actor
1989
85% Santa Sangre
  • Orgo
1989
No Score Yet Grotesque
  • Orville Kruger
1987
No Score Yet Forty Days of Musa Dagh
  • Simon Tomassian
1983
29% Airport 1975
  • Col. Moss
1974
No Score Yet The Disappearance of Flight 412
  • Trottman
1974
69% It's Alive
  • Bob Clayton
1973
No Score Yet The Gatling Gun
  • Lt. Wayne Malcolm
1972
No Score Yet The Monitors
  • Harry
1969
No Score Yet In Enemy Country
  • Braden
1968
No Score Yet Banning
  • Linus
1967
No Score Yet Tobruk
  • Lt. Max Mohnfeld
1967
No Score Yet Blindfold
  • James Fitzpatrick
1965
67% The War Lord
  • Draco
1965
No Score Yet Le Tre spade di Zorro
  • Zorro
1964
67% Please Don't Eat the Daisies
  • Young Man
1960

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet CHiPs
1977-1983
  • Paul Everett
  • 1979

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