Philip Bourneuf

Highest Rated: 100% Joan of Arc (1948)
Lowest Rated: 11% The Arrangement (1969)
Birthday: Jan 7, 1908
Birthplace: Not Available
American character actor Philip Bourneuf interrupted a lengthy stage career for his first film, 1944's Winged Victory. Like all other male members of the cast, Bourneuf was billed by his military rank; though he played a Colonel in Winged Victory, he was really just plain Corporal Philip Bourneuf. Few of his film roles allowed Bourneuf much room for expression; in the lavish historical drama Joan of Arc (1949), for example, the actor was listed way down the cast list for his role as Jean D'Estivet. Better roles came Bourneuf's way in The Big Night, where as a well-dressed nightclub denizen he shared several scenes with star John Barrymore, and in Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956), in which as a district attorney Bourneuf maneuvers the apparently innocent Dana Andrews into the electric chair. Philip Bourneuf's last film appearance was a typically minor role in 1970's The Molly Maguires.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Captains and the Kings Father Scanlon 1976
No Score Yet Frankenstein Alphonse Frankenstein 1973
80% Pete 'n' Tillie Dr. Willett 1972
No Score Yet The Man Chief Justice Williams 1972
89% The Molly Maguires Father O'Connor 1970
No Score Yet Lassie: Peace Is Our Profession Actor 1970
11% The Arrangement Judge Morris 1969
No Score Yet Chamber of Horrors Inspector Strudwick 1966
No Score Yet Heningway's Adventures of a Young Man Montecito 1962
71% Beyond a Reasonable Doubt Roy Thompson 1956
No Score Yet Everything but the Truth Mayor Parker 1956
No Score Yet The Big Night Dr. Lloyd Cooper 1951
100% Joan of Arc Jean d'Estivet 1948

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Mr. Renshaw George
  • 1961
  • 1958
No Score Yet Father Knows Best
1954-1960
Dr. Melton
  • 1958
No Score Yet Gunsmoke
1955-1975
Kelly
  • 1958

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