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      Barry Jones

      Barry Jones

      Highest Rated: 100% Seven Days to Noon (1950)

      Lowest Rated: Not Available

      Birthday: Mar 6, 1893

      Birthplace: Guernsey, Channel Islands

      Originally a stage actor, Englishman Barry Jones successfully transitioned to the screen in 1932 and went on to work for over three decades in film and television in both the United States and England. His first several film roles were, appropriately, derived from plays, including the crime thriller "Number 17," directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and the George Bernard Shaw romantic-comedy adaption "Arms and the Man," in which Jones starred as Capt. Bluntschli. By the end of the 1930s, Jones made his first appearance on television, and by the mid-1950s he was working on such American theater-based programs as "Kraft Theatre" and "Robert Montgomery Presents." While stateside, Jones continued to take on aristocratic roles, including King Luke in "Prince Valiant," Aristotle in "Alexander the Great"--in which he starred alongside such acting royalty as Richard Burton, Fredric March, and Claire Bloom--and as Prince Mikhail Andreevich Rostov in the 1956 epic "War and Peace." Jones' career soon peaked, in terms of critical recognition, on an episode of the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" titled "Victoria Regina"; for his characteristically authoritative role of The Dean, Jones earned a Best Supporting Actor Emmy nomination. He was soon back on television in the U.K., with a leading role in the mini-series "Martin Chuzzlewit."

      Highest rated movies

      Seven Days to Noon
      Squadron Leader X
      Demetrius and the Gladiators
      War and Peace
      Alexander the Great


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      No Score Yet No Score Yet Ten Little Indians Mr. Justice Sir Lawrence Wargrave (Character) - 1959
      No Score Yet 68% The 39 Steps Professor Logan (Character) - 1959
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Wuthering Heights Mr. Earnshaw (Character) - 1958
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Safecracker Bennett Carfield (Character) - 1958
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Little Moon of Alban Dr Clive (Character) - 1958
      0% 42% Alexander the Great Aristotle (Character) - 1956
      50% 63% War and Peace Count Rostov (Character) - 1956
      No Score Yet 65% The Glass Slipper Duke (Character) - 1955
      86% 71% Brigadoon Mr. Lundie (Character) - 1954
      75% 65% Demetrius and the Gladiators Claudius (Character) - 1954
      No Score Yet 0% Return to Paradise Pastor Corbett (Character) - 1953
      No Score Yet 36% Plymouth Adventure William Brewster (Character) - 1952
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Island Rescue Provost (Character) - 1951
      No Score Yet 53% The Clouded Yellow Nicholas Fenton (Character) - 1951
      100% 73% Seven Days to Noon Professor Willingdon (Character) - 1950
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Dancing with Crime Gregory (Character) - 1947
      88% No Score Yet Squadron Leader X Unknown (Character) - 1943


      No Score Yet No Score Yet El Santo Otis Q. Fennick (Guest Star) 1964
      92% 86% The Outer Limits Unknown (Character) 1963
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Alcoa Hour Hamish (Character) 1956