Gerald Mohr Overview:

Character actor, Gerald Mohr, was born on Jun 11, 1914 in New York City, NY. Mohr died at the age of 54 on Nov 9, 1968 in S?dermalm, Stockholm .


American actor with narrowed eyes, close-cropped hair, and wolfish smile. His laconic voice made him an ideal choice to portray Chandler's Philip Marlowe on radio, but he played mostly charming villains in (largely co-feature) films, apart from a stint as the gentleman crook, The Lone Wolf, in the 1940s. Died from a heart attack while in Sweden.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Character Actors: an Illustrated Directory).



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Philip Tierney: Come on, honey.

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Narrator: Montana in the '80s - the cattleman was king, his herds grazed a hundred thousand square miles of pasture. There was so much room that fertile range land was going to waste - but not for long. Shepherds and their sheep sought the lush green pasture of the north.

Col. Thomas O'Bannion: Pretty soon people will be just as sure of space ravel as I was of my dog... as I'd like to be of you.

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Gerald Mohr Facts
Perhaps the only person to voice a character from both DC Comics and Marvel Comics. Besides being the voice of Green Lantern (DC) he was the voice of Reed "Mr. Fantastic" Richards (Marvel) in Hanna-Barbera's "Fantastic 4" (1967) animated series.

Extremely prolific as member of stock company for radio shows such as "Academy Award" and "Hallmark Playhouse", appearing in scores of roles in each.

He can be heard singing 3 songs, "My Darling Clementine," "Oh, I Killed A Man" and "Aura Lee," in the "Cheyenne" (1955) episode "Rendezvous at Red Rock.".

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