Tyrone Power filmography

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Tyrone Power (1914–1958) appeared in a total of 48 feature-length motion pictures. These are listed in chronological order along with the name of the character that Power portrayed. The names of the remarkably large number of distinguished actresses and directors that he worked with are listed as well.

Power's one short film, his uncompleted films and some questionable credits are also listed.

Contents

Feature Film Appearances

All films were produced by 20th Century-Fox except where noted.

1930s

Year#TitleRoleLeading LadyDirectorNotes
19321Tom Brown of CulverJohn-William WylerMade by Universal Pictures. Billed as Tyrone Power Jr.
19342Flirtation WalkCadet-Frank BorzageA Warner Bros. Busby Berkeley musical starring Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler. Power in an uncredited bit.
19363Girls' DormitoryCount VallaisRuth ChattertonIrving CummingsBilled eighth as Tyrone Power Jr.
Simone Simon
4Ladies in LoveCount Karl LanyiLoretta YoungEdwin H. GriffithBilled seventh as Tyrone Power Jr.
5Lloyd's of LondonJonathan BlakeMadeleine CarrollHenry KingHis first leading role despite fourth billing.
19376Love Is NewsSteve LaytonLoretta YoungTay GarnettHis first film with top billing. Remade as That Wonderful Urge (1948) also starring Power.
7Café MetropoleAlexisLoretta YoungEdwin H. Griffith
8Thin IcePrince RudolphSonja HenieSidney Lansfieldaka Lovely to Look at (UK).
9Second HoneymoonRaoul McLishLoretta YoungWalter Lang
10In Old ChicagoDion O'LearyAlice FayeHenry King
193811Alexander's Ragtime BandRoger "Alexander" GrantAlice FayeHenry King
12Marie AntoinetteCount Axel de FersenNorma ShearerW.S. Van DykeAn MGM production. Originally released in sepiatone.
13SuezFerdinand de LessepsLoretta YoungAllan DwanOriginally released in sepiatone.
Annabella
193914Jesse JamesJesse JamesNancy KellyHenry KingFilmed in Technicolor
15Rose of Washington SquareBarton DeWitt ClintonAlice FayeGregory Ratoff
16Second FiddleJimmy SuttonSonja HenieSidney Lansfieldaka Irving Berlin's Second Fiddle.
17The Rains CameDr. Major Rama SaftiMyrna LoyClarence BrownRe-issued in sepiatone.
Brenda Joyce
18Day-Time WifeKen NortonLinda DarnellGregory Ratoff

1940s

Year#TitleRoleLeading LadyDirectorNotes
194019Johnny ApolloBob Cain (Johnny Apollo)Dorothy LamourHenry Hathaway
20Brigham YoungJonathan KentLinda DarnellHenry Hathawayaka Brigham Young – Frontiersman. Originally released in sepiatone.
21The Mark of ZorroDon Diego Vega / ZorroLinda DarnellRouben Mamoulian
194122Blood and SandJuan GallardoLinda DarnellRouben MamoulianFilmed in Technicolor
Rita Hayworth
23A Yank in the R.A.F.Tim BakerBetty GrableHenry King
194224Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin BlakeBenjamin BlakeGene TierneyJohn CromwellOriginally released with sepiatone sequences.
Frances Farmer
25This Above AllClive BriggsJoan FontaineAnatole Litvak
26The Black SwanJamie WaringMaureen O'HaraHenry KingFilmed in Technicolor
194327Crash DiveLt. Ward StewartAnne BaxterArchie MayoFilmed in Technicolor. Power's last film before serving in the Marines during World War II
194628The Razor's EdgeLarry DarrellGene TierneyEdmund Goulding
194729Nightmare AlleyStanton CarlisleJoan BlondellEdmund GouldingFilmed after - but released before - Captain From Castile.
30Captain from CastilePedro De VargasJean PetersHenry KingFilmed in Technicolor.
194831The Luck of the IrishStephen FitzgeraldAnne BaxterHenry KosterOriginally released with green tinted sequences.
32That Wonderful UrgeThomas Jefferson TylerGene TierneyRobert B. SinclairRemake of the earlier Power film Love is News (1937).
194933Prince of FoxesAndrea OrsiniWanda HendrixHenry King

1950s

Year#TitleRoleLeading LadyDirectorNotes
195034The Black RoseWalter of GurnieCécile AubryHenry HathawayFilmed in Technicolor
35American Guerrilla in the PhilippinesEnsign Chuck PalmerMicheline PresleFritz Langaka I Shall Return (UK). Filmed in Technicolor.
195136RawhideTom OwensSusan HaywardHenry Hathawayaka Desperate Siege.
37The House in the SquarePeter StandishAnn BlythRoy Ward BakerMade in England. aka I'll Never Forget You (United States). Filmed in Technicolor.
195238Diplomatic CourierMike KellsPatricia NealHenry Hathaway
39Pony SoldierConstable Duncan MacDonaldPenny EdwardsJoseph M. Newmanaka MacDonald of the Canadian Mounties (UK). Filmed in Technicolor.
195340The Mississippi GamblerMark FallonPiper LaurieRudolph MatéMade by Universal-International. Filmed in Technicolor.
41King of the Khyber RiflesCapt. Alan KingTerry MooreHenry KingFilmed in CinemaScope and color by Deluxe.
195542The Long Gray LineMartin "Marty" MaherMaureen O'HaraJohn FordMade by Columbia. Filmed in CinemaScope and Technicolor.
43UntamedPaul Van RiebeckSusan HaywardHenry HathawayFilmed in CinemaScope and color by Deluxe.
195644The Eddy Duchin StoryEddy DuchinKim NovakGeorge SidneyMade by Columbia. Filmed in CinemaScope and Technicolor
195745Seven Waves AwayAlec HolmesMai ZetterlingRichard SaleMade in England. aka Abandon Ship!
46The Sun Also RisesJacob "Jake" BarnesAva GardnerHenry KingFilmed in CinemaScope and color by Deluxe.
47The Rising of the MoonHimself-John FordThree short stories introduced by Power.
48Witness for the ProsecutionLeonard VoleMarlene DietrichBilly WilderPower's last completed film.

Questionable Credits

Year#TitleRoleLeading LadyDirectorNotesDVD
19251School for WivesBit part-Victor HalperinSome filmographies list these films among Power's credits.
19352Northern FrontierBit Part-Sam Newfieldx

Short Film Appearance

Year#TitleRoleLeading LadyDirectorNotesDVD
19461Red Cross DriveHimself-Harold J. FitzgeraldA 3-minute short with Power speaking on behalf of the 1946 Red Cross fund drive.

Uncompleted Film Appearances

Year#TitleRoleLeading LadyDirectorNotesDVD
1The Dark Wood--Otto PremingerProduction of this film was shut down after several weeks of filming in Italy.
19592Solomon and ShebaSolomonGina LollabrigidaKing VidorPower died during the production of this film. He was replaced by Yul Brynner.x

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