Marten Lamont

Highest Rated: 100% Pride and Prejudice (1940)
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British-born, California-educated Marten Lamont enjoyed a varied career that included a stint as a feature writer for Time, managing editor of Arts & Architecture (1938-1942), writing and producing for NBC and, in 1941, a flying instructor for the Army Air Corps. In between all these endeavors, Lamont found time to appear in scores of Hollywood productions, almost always playing dignified gentlemen from the British Isles: Sir Guy's Squire in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), Mr. Denny in Pride and Prejudice (1940), and Yestyn, the mine owner's son in How Green Was My Valley (1944), to name a few. With his comfortable features and Cary Grant-like voice, Lamont was perhaps the least obvious serial star of all time but there he was, starring as Jerry Blake in Republic's Federal Operator 99, a "4-F" hero as ever there was one.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Command Decision Officer of R.A.F 1948
No Score Yet My Dear Secretary Male Secretary 1948
No Score Yet Of Human Bondage Dunsford 1946
No Score Yet Federal Operator 99 Jerry Blake 1945
No Score Yet Waterfront Mike Gorman 1944
No Score Yet Lady in the Dark Man 1944
No Score Yet First Comes Courage Lieutenant Colonel 1943
No Score Yet The Mayor of 44th Street Shoemaker 1942
No Score Yet Mexican Spitfire's Elephant Arnold 1942
No Score Yet Mexican Spitfire Sees a Ghost Harcourt 1942
No Score Yet Mexican Spitfire at Sea Purser 1942
No Score Yet Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake Kenneth Hobart 1942
No Score Yet The Navy Comes Through Doctor 1942
No Score Yet International Lady Lt. Fenwick 1941
90% How Green Was My Valley Lestyn Evans 1941
94% Foreign Correspondent Clipper Captain 1940
100% Pride and Prejudice Mr. Denny 1940
No Score Yet Music in My Heart Barrett 1940
100% The Adventures of Robin Hood Sir Guy's Squire 1938
No Score Yet Murder with Pictures Reporter 1936


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