Edgar Barrier





Cast (Feature Film)

Irma La Douce (1963)
General Lafayette
Pirates of Tortuga (1961)
Sir Thomas Modyford
Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961)
King Augustus
On the Double (1961)
Juke Box Rhythm (1959)
Ambassador Truex
The Giant Claw (1957)
Dr. Karol Noymann
Rumble on the Docks (1956)
Pete Smigelski
Silver Lode (1954)
Thad Taylor
Princess of the Nile (1954)
The War of the Worlds (1953)
Prof. McPherson
Prince of Pirates (1953)
Count Blanco
The Golden Blade (1953)
Destination Gobi (1953)
Yin Tang
The Stand at Apache River (1953)
Cara Blanca
Count the Hours (1953)
District Attorney Gillespie
Eyes of the Jungle (1953)
Cyrano de Bergerac (1951)
The Whip Hand (1951)
Dr. Edward Keller
Hurricane Island (1951)
Jose Ponce de León
Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle (1950)
Michael Brogdon
Last of the Buccaneers (1950)
George Mareval
The Secret of St. Ives (1949)
Sergeant Carnac
To the Ends of the Earth (1948)
Port Said (1948)
The Great Lingallo, Paolo
Rocky (1948)
John Hammond
Adventures in Silverado (1948)
Robert Louis Stevenson
Rogues' Regiment (1948)
Colonel Mauclaire
Macbeth (1948)
Tarzan and the Leopard Woman (1946)
Dr. Emir Lazar
Nob Hill (1945)
Lash Carruthers
Cornered (1945)
Ernest DuBois
Song of Mexico (1945)
Gregory Davis
A Game of Death (1945)
Eric Kreiger
Secrets of Scotland Yard (1944)
John Usher/Robert Usher
Cobra Woman (1944)
Crazy House (1943)
Flesh and Fantasy (1943)
We've Never Been Licked (1943)
Phantom of the Opera (1943)
Raoul Daubert
The Pride of the Yankees (1943)
Hospital doctor
The Adventures of Smilin' Jack (1943)
Journey into Fear (1942)
Eagle Squadron (1942)
Wadislaw Borowsky
Arabian Nights (1942)
Nadan [the Grand Vizier]
Danger in the Pacific (1942)
They Dare Not Love (1941)
Captain Wilhelm Ehrhardt
The Penalty (1941)
Escape (1940)
Comrade X (1940)
Too Much Johnson (1938)
Le spectre vert (1930)
The medium

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Whip Hand - Lobby Card
Here is a Lobby Card from RKO's The Whip Hand (1951), directed by William Cameron Menzies. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.


Movie Clip

Journey Into Fear (1943) -- (Movie Clip) I Like The Turks Hustled onto a steamer out of Istanbul by officials who insist he’s in danger, American engineer Graham (Joseph Cotten), narrating from a letter to his wife, with acquaintances on board, singer Josette (Dolores del Rio), Kuvetli (Edgar Barrier) and Haller (Eustace Wyatt), in Journey Into Fear, 1943.
Macbeth (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Is This A Dagger? Director, Shakespeare-adapter and star Orson Welles plots murder with his wife (Jeanette Nolan), dismisses Banquo (Edgar Barrier) and sees a ghost in Macbeth, 1948.
Macbeth (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Thane of Cawdor Director, star and Shakespeare-adapter Orson Welles, with Banquo (Edgar Barrier), reflects on seeing the witches, then Lady Macbeth (Jeanette Nolan) enters his thoughts, in Macbeth, 1948.
Too Much Johnson (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Rooftops From Orson Welles’ long-lost silent film, meant to accompany his never-produced Mercury Theatre stage version of the William Gillette play, Joseph Cotten and Edgar Barrier, with no stunt-doubles, chasing over now-demolished rooftops of lower Manhattan, in Too Much Johnson, 1938.
Rumble On The Docks (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Money With Blood On It Exposition here, as Brooklyn gangster Brindo (Michael Granger), with goon Mangus (Timothy Carey), visits Smigelski (Edgar Barrier), the disabled printer father of budding hoodlum Jimmy (James Darren) who, along with his mom (Celia Lovsky), can't relate to the old man, in producer Sam Katzman's Rumble On The Docks, 1956.
To The Ends Of The Earth -- (Movie Clip) I Go In For Roses Now undercover as a tourist in Shanghai, treasury man Barrows (Dick Powell, narrating) introduces himself to Ann (Signe Hasso) and Shu-Pan (Maylia), then gets in trouble with "Shannon" (Fritz Leiber), in To The Ends Of The Earth, 1948.
Secret of St. Ives, The -- (Movie Clip) Duel Beefy duel with bayonets between surprisingly athletic St. Ives (Richard Ney) and Cougelat (John Dehner), Napoleonic French prisoners held in Scotland, in The Secret of St. Ives, 1949, from a Robert Louis Stevenson novel.