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Brian Aherne

Brian Aherne

Birthdate: May 2, 1902

Deathdate: February 10, 1986

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Brian Aherne  (May 2, 1902 – February 10, 1986) was a British actor of both stage and screen, who found success in Hollywood. Description above from the Wikipedia article Brian Aherne, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia ...detailed bio


Lancelot and Guinevere (1963)

Lancelot is King Arthur's most valued Knight of the Round Table and a paragon of courage and virtue. Things change, however, when he falls for Guinevere (Wallace), bride of Arthur (Brian Aherne, who had essayed this character previously in 1954's Prince Valiant), and she for him. Made ten years a...

Susan Slade (1961)

The plot revolves around a naive 17-year old girl, Susan Slade (Connie Stevens) who becomes pregnant during a shipboard romance with Conn White, a mountain climber (Grant Williams). Her parents decide that it is best for Susan to allow them to pass the baby off as theirs to protect her reputation...

The Swan (1956)

The film deals with the story of the daughter of a minor branch of a European royal house who is being considered as a wife for her cousin, the heir to the throne. Princess Alexandra (Grace Kelly) is the princess, her cousin the crown prince, Albert, is played by Alec Guinness, and her brothers' ...

Prince Valiant (1954)

The story begins with the recounting of the forced exile which has befallen the Christian royal family of the Viking kingdom of Scandia - King Aguar (Donald Crisp), his wife, and his son Prince Valiant (Robert Wagner) - by the Viking rebels led by the usurper Sligon (Primo Carnera), a worshipper ...

A Bullet Is Waiting (1954)

A plane carrying a sheriff and a man indicted for manslaughter is wrecked on a lonely California beach and the prisoner manages to escape, after a struggle, only to be taken in hand by the female manager of a remote sheep ranch.

I Confess (1953)

Father Michael Logan (Clift) is a devout Catholic priest in a church in Quebec City. To take care of the church and the rectory, Father Logan employs a caretaker, Otto Keller (O. E. Hasse), and a housekeeper, Otto's wife Alma (Dolly Haas), who are German immigrants with very little money, althou...

Titanic (1953)

At the last minute Richard Sturges (Clifton Webb) buys a steerage-class ticket for the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic from a Basque immigrant. Once aboard he seeks out his runaway wife, Julia (Barbara Stanwyck). He discovers she is trying to take their two unsuspecting children, 18-year-old Ann...

The Locket (1946)

A story told in a number of flashbacks from different points of view, this psychological drama tells the story of a bride-to-be (Day) who, as a child, was falsely accused of theft. She grows up to become a kleptomaniac and eventually a murderess. Apparently, all her misdeeds are an attempt by the...

First Comes Courage (1943)

Merle Oberon plays a Norwegian resistance figure in a small town, married to a Nazi commandant. When his superiors begin to suspect her, the Allies land an assassin to kill him -- an assassin who happens to be her former lover.

A Night to Remember (1942)

Nancy (Loretta Young) and Jeff Troy (Brian Aherne) move into an somber-looking basement apartment building on 13 Gay Street, Greenwich Village, where the residents all act very strangely. Nancy recognizes one of the residents, Anne Carstairs, who acts very odd and not at all the way Nancy remembe...

My Sister Eileen (1942)

Anxious to help boost the career of her aspiring actress sister Eileen, reporter Ruth Sherwood of the Columbus Courier writes a rave review about her performance in a local play before it opens. When Eileen is replaced on opening night and the newspaper mistakenly runs the inaccurate review, Ruth...

Skylark (1941)

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The Lady in Question (1940)

After serving on a Paris jury which acquits a young woman of any blame for the death of a young man she had known, Andre Morestan invites her to live and work at his bicycle shop so she can readjust to society. However, he decides to keep her true identity a secret which soon begins to raise the ...

Juarez (1939)

The film focuses on the conflict between Maximilian I, a European political dupe who is installed as the puppet ruler of Mexico by the French, and Benito Juárez, the country's president. In 1863, Napoléon III of France, fearful he will lose Mexico to its newly-elected president Benito Juárez, cir...

Merrily We Live (1938)

Butler Grosvenor (Mowbray) discovers at breakfast that the family silver has been stolen by the latest tramp, Ambrose, whom Emily Kilbourne (Burke) had taken under her wing as the chauffeur, in her latest attempt to reform fallen and destitute men, much to the exasperation of the rest of the fami...

Beloved Enemy (1936)

During the Irish War of Independence, Irish rebel leader Dennis Reardon (Aherne) and English aristocrat Helen Drummond (Oberon) meet and fall in love. Reardon is pursued, however, by British army officer Captain Preston (Niven). The original movie ended with Reardon getting shot and killed, but d...

Sylvia Scarlett (1935)

Sylvia Scarlett and her father, Henry, flee France one step ahead of the police. Henry, while employed as a bookkeeper for a lace factory, was discovered to be an embezzler. While on the channel ferry, they meet a "gentleman adventurer", Jimmy Monkley, who partners with them in his con games.

The Song of Songs (1933)

The Song of Songs (1933) is a romantic drama film starring Marlene Dietrich as a naive, German peasant who moves to Berlin and suffers much heartache. It was based on the 1908 novel Das Hohe Lied by Hermann Sudermann and the subsequent 1914 play, The Song of Songs by Edward Sheldon. A remake of t...

Underground (1928)

An electrician and a porter both fall in love with a shop girl they meet on the London Underground.