Image of José Ferrer

José Ferrer

1912-01-08 Santurce, Puerto Rico

Image of José Ferrer


José Ferrer (January 8, 1912 – January 26, 1992), was a Puerto Rican actor and director. He was the first Hispanic actor to win an Academy Award.


3-D Rarities Alfred Davidson (archive footage) 2015-06-11
Bogart: The Untold Story Self (archive footage) 1997-01-05
The Best Of Danny Kaye - The Television Years Self (archive footage) 1993-07-01
The Perfect Tribute Edward Everett 1991-04-21
Preminger: Anatomy of a Filmmaker Self 1991-10-28
Hired to Kill Rallis 1990-11-10
Old Explorers Warner Watney 1990-09-28
Mother's Day Judge Leatham 1989-05-13
El sol y la luna 1987-01-02
Young Harry Houdini Dr. Tybalt Grimaldi 1987-03-14
Blood & Orchids Walter Bergman 1986-02-23
Hitler's SS : Portrait In Evil Prof. Ludwig Rosenberg 1985-02-17
Raíces eternas English Narrator 1985-01-02
Covenant Victor Noble 1985-08-05
Jacques Cousteau: The First 75 Years Narrator (voice) 1985-06-23
Seduced James Killian 1985-03-12
The Evil That Men Do Dr. Hector Lomelin 1984-03-14
Dune Padisha Emperor Shaddam IV 1984-12-14
Samson and Delilah The High Priest 1984-03-31
To Be or Not to Be Prof. Siletski 1983-12-16
The Wind in the Willows Badger (voice) 1983-11-18
The Horror of It All Himself / Narrator 1983-02-23
Blood Feud Edward Bennett Williams 1983-04-25
This Girl For Hire Harrison Wooly 1983-01-11
The Being Mayor Gordon Lane 1983-11-18
Night of 100 Stars Self 1982-03-08
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy Leopold 1982-07-16
Blood Tide Nereus 1982-09-24
And They're Off Martin Craig 1982-06-13
Evita Peron Agustin Magaldi 1981-02-23
Bloody Birthday Doctor 1981-04-28
Berlin Tunnel 21 Martin Komansky 1981-03-25
The Big Brawl Dominici 1980-08-18
Gideon's Trumpet Abe Fortas 1980-04-30
Pleasure Palace 'Pokey' 1980-10-22
The Murder That Wouldn't Die Jeff Briggs 1980-03-09
The Fifth Musketeer Athos 1979-04-06
Isabel La Negra 1979-01-01
Natural Enemies Harry Rosenthal 1979-11-01
UFOs: It Has Begun 1979-01-01
The Swarm Dr. Andrews 1978-07-14
The Amazing Captain Nemo Captain Nemo 1978-05-12
Fedora Doctor Vando 1978-06-29
Fame Francesco 1978-01-02
Exo-Man Kermit Haas 1977-06-18
The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover Lionel McCoy 1977-12-01
The Sentinel Priest of the Brotherhood 1977-01-07
Simple Gifts Narrator (segment "A Memory of Christmas") (voice) 1977-12-03
Dracula's Dog Inspector Branco 1977-05-08
Who Has Seen the Wind The Ben 1977-04-20
Paco Fermin Flores 1976-06-04
Crash! Marc Denne 1976-12-24
Voyage of the Damned Manuel Benitez 1976-12-22
The Big Bus Ironman 1976-06-23
Medical Story Dr. William Knowland 1975-09-04
The Missing Are Deadly 1975-01-08
The Art of Crime Beckwith Sloan 1975-12-03
e’Lollipop Father Alberto 1975-03-24
Rickles 1975-11-19
El clan de los inmorales Inspector Reed 1975-04-22
Cyrano Cyrano de Bergerac (voice) 1974-03-06
The Marcus-Nelson Murders Jake Weinhaus 1973-03-08
Banyon Lee Jennings 1971-03-15
Gideon Angel of the Lord 1971-03-25
Crosscurrent Dr. Charles Bedford 1971-11-19
The Aquarians Dr. Alfred Vreeland 1970-10-24
The Little Drummer Boy Ben Haramed (voice) 1968-12-19
Kismet Hajj 1967-10-24
Cervantes Hassan Bey 1967-11-02
Enter Laughing Harrison B. Marlowe 1967-02-25
The Greatest Story Ever Told Herod Antipas 1965-04-09
Ship of Fools Rieber 1965-07-29
Cyrano et D'Artagnan Cyrano de Bergerac 1964-10-22
Verspätung in Marienborn Cowan the Reporter 1963-06-26
Nine Hours to Rama Superintendent Das 1963-04-30
Lawrence of Arabia Turkish Bey 1962-12-11
The High Cost of Loving Jim Fry 1958-05-16
I Accuse! Captain Alfred Dreyfus 1958-03-05
The Great Man Joe Harris 1956-12-01
The Cockleshell Heroes Major Stringer 1955-11-16
The Shrike Jim Downs 1955-06-16
Deep in My Heart Sigmund Romberg 1954-12-09
The Caine Mutiny Lt. Barney Greenwald 1954-06-24
Miss Sadie Thompson Alfred Davidson 1953-12-23
Moulin Rouge Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 1952-12-23
Anything Can Happen Giorgi Papashvily 1952-04-03
Whirlpool David Korvo 1950-01-13
Crisis Raoul Farrago 1950-07-07
The Secret Fury José (uncredited) 1950-02-21
Cyrano de Bergerac Cyrano de Bergerac 1950-11-16
Joan of Arc The Dauphin, Charles VII, later King of France 1948-12-22