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  • The Changeling

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  • Angel

  • The Seduction of Joe Tynan

  • Theodora Goes Wild

  • Too Many Husbands

  • My Forbidden Past

  • Twilight's Last Gleaming

  • The Great Sinner

  • Advance to the Rear

  • Third Finger, Left Hand

  • The Sea of Grass

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Melvyn Douglas Movies

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Apr 5, 1901
  • Died: Aug 4, 1981
  • Birth Name: Melvyn Edouard Hesselberg
  • Biography: American actor Melvyn Douglas began his stage career shortly after being mustered out of World War I Army service. Douglas secured a position with the Owens Repertory Company, making his debut in a production of Merchant of Venice. He spent the... Continued
Movie Role(s) Year
The Tenant Monsieur Zy 2011
The Changeling Sen. Joe Carmichael 1980
Being There Benjamin Rand 1979
Twilight's Last Gleaming Guthrie 1977
The Candidate John J. McKay 1972
The Americanization of Emily Adm. William Jessup 1964
Billy Budd The Dansker 1962
The Amazing Colossal Man Col. Claude Brackenby / Col. Claude Brackenby 1957
Two-Faced Woman Larry Blake 1942
That Uncertain Feeling Larry Baker 1941
Too Many Husbands Henry Lowndes 1940
Ninotchka Count Leon Dalga 1939
Theodora Goes Wild Michael Grant 1936
She Married Her Boss Richard Barclay 1935
As You Desire Me Count Bruno Varelli 1932
Angel Anthony Halton
The Seduction of Joe Tynan Sen. Birney
My Forbidden Past Paul Beaurevel
Captains Courageous Mr. Cheyne
A Woman's Face Dr. Gustav Segert
Counsellor-At-Law Roy Darwin
The Sea of Grass Brice Chamberlain
Gentle Annie
Tell Me a Riddle David
Hud Homer Bannon
My Own True Love Clive Heath / Clive Heath
The Shining Hour Henry Linden
The Guilt of Janet Ames Smithfield Cobb
The Old Dark House Roger Penderell
The Great Sinner Armand de Glasse
Third Finger, Left Hand Jeff Thompson
I Never Sang for My Father Tom Garrison
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House Bill Cole
The Vampire Bat Karl Brettschneider
One Is a Lonely Number Joseph Provo
Annie Oakley Jeff Hogarth
We Were Dancing Nicki Prax
Ghost Story John Jaffrey
Advance to the Rear Col. Claude Brackenby