Richard Ney


Actor

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Midnight Lace (1960) -- (Movie Clip) At Least You'll Be Cool American heiress Kit (Doris Day) visits her English husband Tony (Rex Harrison) at the firm, having shopped for her trip to Venice, which has got her mind off her maybe-stalker, a big wardrobe tease, and colleague Charles (Herbert Marshall) interrupting, in Midnight Lace, 1960.
Mrs. Miniver (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Orders From The Manor Young Vin (Richard Ney) is home from Oxford holding forth for mum and dad (Greer Garson, title character, and Walter Pidgeon) when Teresa Wright as Carol, born to the local nobility, introduces herself, worried about the flower show, a pre-war vignette from William Wyler’s Mrs. Miniver, 1942.
Mrs. Miniver (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Our Country Is At War News of England’s entry into WWII during Sunday services, the Minivers (Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Richard Ney, Christopher Severn, Clare Sanders), pleased to see Carol (Teresa Wright) with Lady Beldon (Dame May Whitty), as the vicar (Henry Wilcoxon) speaks, in Mrs. Miniver, 1942.
Joan Of Arc (1948) -- (Movie Clip) God Bothers Very Little Ingrid Bergman (title character) with supporters (Richard Derr, Ray Teal), not fooled by an impostor (Richard Ney), dazzles the court by detecting the real Dauphin (Jose Ferrer), in Joan Of Arc, 1948, from the Maxwell Anderson play.
Secret of St. Ives, The -- (Movie Clip) Open, Viscount Opening credits, a sample of original text, and handy character introductions from The Secret of St. Ives, 1949, starring Richard Ney and Henry Daniell, from a Robert Louis Stevenson novel.
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.

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Greer Garson
Wife
Actor. Married 1943, divorced 1947.

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