Victor Francen

Victor Francen


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Movie Clip

Beast With Five Fingers, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) I Couldn't Be Mistaken Lawyer Duprex (David Hoffman) is messing with the will of dead pianist "Ingram," when a hand wearing his ring visits, then nurse Julie (Andrea King), would-be heir Arlington (Charles Dingle) and weird secretary Hilary (Peter Lorre) are awakened by music, in The Beast With Five Fingers, 1947.
Beast With Five Fingers, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Leave Me Alone! Former musician Conrad (Robert Alda) visits the Italian Alpine villa where one-armed pianist Ingram (Victor Francen) and nurse Julie (Andrea King) await, creepy aide Hilary (Peter Lorre) lurking, early in Robert Florey's The Beast With Five Fingers, 1947.
Beast With Five Fingers, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) He Would Have Killed Me Nurse Julie (Andrea King) sits with stricken pianist Ingram (Victor Francen), who has recently assaulted his secretary Hilary (Peter Lorre), and who then takes an ill-advised trip from his bedroom, weirdness by director Robert Florey, in The Beast With Five Fingers, 1947.
Beginning Or The End, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) We Can Change The World Joining narration by Hume Cronyn in the voice of J. Robert Oppenheimer, introducing Tom Drake as fictional student Matt, with Joseph Calleia and Victor Francen as scientists Fermi and Marre, for a big moment at Columbia’s Pupin Hall, in the A-Bomb docudrama The Beginning Or The End, 1947.
Passage To Marseille (1944) -- (Movie Clip) We Have No Leader Aboard the French steamer in the Caribbean, the captain (Victor Francen) and suspicious French officer Duval (Sydney Greenstreet) lead the interrogation of rescued Renault (Philip Dorn), Matrac (Humphrey Bogart), Marius (Peter Lorre) et al, in Michael Curtiz's Passage To Marseille, 1944.
Confidential Agent (1945) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Like Melodrama In a roadhouse between Dover and London, 1937, accidental companions Denard (Charles Boyer) and socialite Rose (Lauren Bacall), watched by Licata (Victor Francen), visited by Currie (George Coulouris), in the Spanish Civil War story from the Graham Greene novel, Confidential Agent, 1945.
Confidential Agent (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Pretty Girl Like You Opening of the spy drama based on Graham Greene's novel, introducing Denard (Charles Boyer), Rose (Lauren Bacall, in her third film but the second released), a hapless suitor (Olaf Hytten) and Licata (Victor Francen), in Confidential Agent, 1945, directed by Broadway producer Herman Shumlin.