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Delmer Daves

Director, Actor

Destination Tokyo (1943)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Cary Grant
Suspenseful Cary Grant war melodrama set aboard a U.S sub encroaching Japanese waters.
Dark PassageDark Passage (1947)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall
Smokey Bogie and Bacall noir thriller in which his convicted murderer flees prison and changes his face to prove his innocence. The first third is…
Red House, TheRed House, The (1947)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Edward G. Robinson, Lon McCallister, Dame Judith Anderson
A man dares to unlock the mystery of the red house in the thick of the woods. Music, photography and Edward G. Robinson in a spooky key role combine…
Broken Arrow (1950)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. James Stewart, Jeff Chandler, Debra Paget
This influenced a trend in offering a more sympathetic view of Indian culture. James Stewart is amiable as always as an army scout who arbitrates…
Demetrius and the GladiatorsDemetrius and the Gladiators (1954)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Victor Mature
Efficient sequel to THE ROBE follows Demetrius, the Greek slave (Victor Mature), to Rome where he is trained as a gladiator. Rousing combat sequences.
Drum BeatDrum Beat (1954)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Alan Ladd, Audrey Dalton, Marisa Pavan
Fine western with Indian fighter Ladd sent by President Grant to negotiate a treaty with the Medoc Tribe. Charles Bronson's first major role.
Last Wagon, TheLast Wagon, The (1956)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Richard Widmark, Felicia Farr, Susan Kohner
Racially charged western with a vengeful Widmark and a wagon full of bigots under siege from Indians.
JubalJubal (1956) Recommended
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgnine, Rod Steiger
Vivid Western melodrama from visually gifted director Delmer Daves (3:10 TO YUMA), telling a Shakespearean tale of jealousy and betrayal between two…
3:10 to Yuma3:10 to Yuma (1957)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Glenn Ford, Van Heflin
Outlaw Glenn Ford is escorted via train to his trial in Yuma by rookie bounty–man Van Heflin. A suspenseful yarn made of Elmore Leonard's novel.
Kings Go ForthKings Go Forth (1958)
Dir. Delmer Daves
Feat. Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis, Natalie Wood
Frank Sinatra and Tony Curtis are comrades in arms who fight over Natalie Wood, but her mixed heritage arouses their bigotry instead.

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