Morris Carnovsky

Sep 5, 0002
St. Louis, Missouri


The son of a St. Louis grocer, Morris Carnovsky inaugurated his stage career in 1919. He played an extensive variety of roles on Broadway, from Shakespeare to Clifford Odets. In films from 1937, he was seen in such noteworthy roles as Anatole France in the Oscar-winning Life of Emile Zola (1937) and Papa Gershwin in Rhapsody in Blue (1945). He was also… More


Morris Carnovsky Videos

Cyrano De Bergerac
1 minutes 3 seconds
Rhapsody In Blue
2 minutes 20 seconds
Thieves' Highway
2 minutes 7 seconds
Dead Reckoning
2 minutes 37 seconds
2 minutes 8 seconds

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