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Whether or not you want to remain miserable is up to you". So I quit. Trivia: He met both his first and second wives at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Star Sign: Capricorn. Andrews continued at the Pasadena Playhouse , working in over 20 productions and proposed to second wife Mary Todd.
Andrews was loaned to Edward Small to appear in Kit Carson , before Goldwyn used him for the first time in a Goldwyn production: William Wyler 's The Westerner , featuring Gary Cooper.
Andrews had support parts in Fox films Tobacco Road , directed by John Ford; Belle Starr , with Randolph Scott and Gene Tierney , billed third; and Swamp Water , starring Walter Brennan and Walter Huston and directed by Jean Renoir.
His next film for Goldwyn was the Howard Hawks comedy Ball of Fire , again teaming with Cooper, where Andrews played a gangster. Back at Fox, Andrews was given his first lead, in the B-movie Berlin Correspondent He was second lead to Tyrone Power in Crash Dive and then appeared in the film adaptation of The Ox-Bow Incident with Henry Fonda , in a role often cited as one of his best in which he played a lynching victim.
Andrews then went back to Goldwyn for The North Star , directed by Lewis Milestone. He worked on a government propaganda film December 7th: The Movie , then was used by Goldwyn again in Up in Arms , supporting Danny Kaye.
Andrews was reunited with Milestone at Fox for The Purple Heart , then was in Wing and a Prayer for Henry Hathaway. One of his most famous roles was as an obsessed detective in Laura with Gene Tierney at Fox, directed by Otto Preminger.
He co-featured with Jeanne Crain in the movie musical State Fair , a huge hit, and was reunited with Preminger for Fallen Angel Andrews did another war movie with Milestone, A Walk in the Sun , then was loaned to Walter Wanger for a western, Canyon Passage , directed by Jacques Tourneur and co-featuring Susan Hayward.
Andrews's second film with William Wyler, also for Goldwyn, was his most successful: The Best Years of Our Lives , both a popular and a critical success and became the role for which Andrews is best known.
Upon release, the topical film about society's problems integrating the homecoming soldiers after World War II outgrossed the longstanding box office success of Gone with the Wind , in the US and Britain.
Andrews appeared in Boomerang! In , he was voted the 23rd most popular actor in the U. Andrews starred in the anti-communist The Iron Curtain , reuniting him with Gene Tierney , then Deep Waters He made a comedy for Lewis Milestone at Enterprise Pictures, No Minor Vices , then traveled to England for Britannia Mews Andrews filmed at Universal for Sword in the Desert , then Goldwyn cast him in My Foolish Heart with Susan Hayward.
He played a brutal police officer in Where the Sidewalk Ends , also with Tierney and Preminger. Around this time, alcoholism began to damage Andrews's career, and on two occasions it nearly cost him his life as he drove a car.
Edge of Doom , another film for Goldwyn, was a flop. Andrews was then loaned to RKO to make Sealed Cargo , in which his brother Steve Forrest has an uncredited role.
In an interview on Turner Classic Movies , Forrest stated "I'd have given my eye teeth to have worked with him. From to , Andrews was featured in the radio series, I Was a Communist for the FBI , about the experiences of Matt Cvetic , an FBI informant who infiltrated the Communist Party of the United States of America.
Andrews's film career struggled in the s. Assignment: Paris was not widely seen. He did Elephant Walk in Ceylon, a film better known for Vivien Leigh 's nervous breakdown and replacement by Elizabeth Taylor.
Duel in the Jungle was an adventure tale; Three Hours to Kill and Smoke Signal were Westerns; Strange Lady in Town was a Greer Garson vehicle; Comanche , another Western.
By the middle s, Andrews was acting almost exclusively in B-movies. However, his acting in two movies for Fritz Lang during , While The City Sleeps and Beyond A Reasonable Doubt , and two for Jacques Tourneur , Curse of the Demon and The Fearmakers , are well regarded.
Around this time he also appeared in Spring Reunion , Zero Hour! In , Andrews toured with his wife, Mary Todd, in The Glass Menagerie , and in , he replaced Henry Fonda his former co-star in The Oxbow Incident and Daisy Kenyon on Broadway in Two for the Seesaw.
Andrews began appearing on television on such shows as Playhouse 90 "Right Hand Man", "Alas, Babylon" , General Electric Theatre , The Barbara Stanwyck Show , Checkmate , The DuPont Show of the Week , The Twilight Zone " No Time Like the Past " , The Dick Powell Theatre , Alcoa Premiere , Ben Casey , and Theatre of Stars.
Andrews continued to make films like The Crowded Sky and Madison Avenue He then went to Broadway for The Captains and the Kings , which had a short run in In , he was elected president of the Screen Actors Guild.
In , Andrews resumed his film work with support roles in The Satan Bug and In Harm's Way. Although he had the lead in films such as Crack in the World , Brainstorm , and Town Tamer , he was increasingly cast in supporting roles: Berlin, Appointment for the Spies , The Loved One , Battle of the Bulge , and Johnny Reno He occasionally played leads in low-budget films like The Frozen Dead , The Cobra and Hot Rods to Hell , however, by the late s he had evolved into a character actor, as in The Ten Million Dollar Grab , No Diamonds for Ursula , and The Devil's Brigade By the end of the decade, Andrews returned to television to play the leading role of college president Tom Boswell on the NBC daytime soap opera Bright Promise from its premiere on September 29, , until March Andrews spent the s in supporting roles of Hollywood films such as The Failing of Raymond , Innocent Bystanders , Airport , A Shadow in the Streets , The First 36 Hours of Dr.
Durant , Take a Hard Ride , The Last Tycoon , The Last Hurrah , and Good Guys Wear Black He also appeared regularly on TV in such shows as Ironside , Get Christie Love!
Andrews's final roles included Born Again , Ike: The War Years , The Pilot , Falcon Crest —83 and Prince Jack Andrews married Janet Murray on December 31, The show premiered in and shared facilities at the NBC studios in Burbank, CA, with the popular soap Days of Our Lives , and Andrews--who was a trained opera singer--actually got to use his singing skills on the show something he was seldom allowed to do in his film career.
In , after the show had been on for about a year, Andrews was reading the "Los Angeles Times'" entertainment section, called "Calendar", and learned that he had been fired from the show by the network.
His character was written out and he was replaced two weeks later by Anne Jeffreys. NBC also fired the show's producer, Dick Dunn , and brought in one of its own people, Jerry Layton , to replace him.
The series itself was canceled the next year, replaced by Return to Peyton Place --like Andrews, the show's cast and crew found out they were out of work by reading about it in the L.
Times' Calendar section. Ironically, in Return to Peyton Place was also canceled and its cast and crew found out about it the same way--by reading about it in the "Times".
The series was replaced by a game show. Initial concept discussions about scenery for Bright Promise between producer Gloria Monty and production designer Hub Braden concentrated on the series' stage set's wall color related to the series star Andrews age 60 at the time.
The final overall set color, hue, solution had to have a rose tint for stage-set wall bounce-lighting reflections. The bounce light from the rose-beige set wall color would enhance any actor's facial make-up for camera appearances.
The color solution was to make Andrews look younger for "camera. Braden used the same "Dana Andrews' rose-beige tinted wall color scheme" in determining the painted color for any stage set, and location set, built that Lansbury 63 in appeared in on her series role as "Jessica Fletcher.
The Bright Promise Bancroft University interior corridors, classrooms and administrative offices set floor plan was an extensive layout.
The "hub" of the set was the University President Tom Boswell's Andrews office. Because the President's set was the center of the interior complex floor plan-footprint, when the class-room hall corridors and office sets and classrooms were required, the entire Andrews' set had to be set up.
After Andrews left the series, his office-set was never dressed, nor ever used after his departure from the NBC series. He and his younger brother Steve Forrest made guest appearances in consecutive episodes of The Twilight Zone : Andrews in The Twilight Zone: No Time Like the Past and Forrest in The Twilight Zone: The Parallel Sealed Cargo was the only film that he and his younger brother Steve Forrest made together.
He was important to the "disaster" genre, specializing in "Airliners in Peril". In Zero Hour! In The Crowded Sky he played a pilot who must land a disabled plane.
Then in Airport he appeared in a small but important role. You're going to be in a western". So in the society column of the Santa Monica paper there was a picture of the two of us, me with this beard, and it said, "Mr.
Andrews is an actor. Note the beard. It's not difficult for me to hide emotion [on-screen], since I've always hidden it in my personal life.
Whether or not you want to remain miserable is up to you". So I quit. I went through all the psychiatry thing, trying to find out why I drank. I finally ended up with the president of the American Psychiatry Association in Hartford telling me, "I'm damned if I know why you drink".
That's all. I've made all the money I want. So I just do what I feel like doing. If I act again, it has to be something meaningful.Andrews filmed at Universal for Sword in the Desertthen Goldwyn cast him in My Foolish Heart with Susan Hayward. Decatur Daily Review. He retired from films in the s and made, he said, more money from real estate than he ever Dana Andrews in movies. Andrews suffered from Alzheimer's disease in his later years and Hanni Und Nanni 2 Kostenlos Hier Im Internet Anschauen his final days in a nursing facility. Elliot McKay. Retrieved Sky Hd+ Receiver Showing all 38 items. Dunkelheit Heute Cargo was the only film that he and his younger brother Steve Forrest made together. Self Film St Guest star. Andrews did another war movie with Milestone, A Walk in Dirty Grandpa Streamcloud Sunthen was loaned to Walter Wanger for a western, Canyon Passagedirected by Jacques Tourneur and co-featuring Susan Hayward.