Preston Foster

Preston Foster (August 24, 1900 ? July 14, 1970) was an American stage and film actor. Foster entered films in 1929 after appearing as a Broadway stage actor. Foster was considered ruggedly handsome and a talented singer. Some of his notable films include: Doctor X (1932), I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932), Annie Oakley (1935), The Last Days of Pompeii (also 1935), The Informer (1935) (as the head of the organization), Thunder Birds (1942) opposite Gene Tierney, My Friend Flicka (1943), ... more on Wikipedia

Preston Foster Filmography

video movie 1992 Gunfighters of the Old West as John Kelley
movie 1975 Brother Can You Spare a Dime
movie 1967 Chubasco as Nick
movie 1967 You've Got to Be Smart as D.A. Griggs
movie 1964 Advance to the Rear as Gen. Bateman
movie 1964 The Time Travelers as Dr. Erik von Steiner
movie 1963 The Man from Galveston as Judge Homer Black
movie 1957 Destination 60,000 as Col. Ed Buckley
movie 1953 I, the Jury as Capt. Pat Chambers
movie 1953 Law and Order as Kurt Durling
movie 1953 The Marshal's Daughter as Preston Foster, Poker-Game Player
movie 1952 Kansas City Confidential as Tim Foster
movie 1952 Montana Territory as Sheriff Henry Plummer
movie 1951 The Big Gusher as Henry 'Hank' Mason
movie 1951 The Big Night as Andy La Main
tv movie 1951 The Bogus Green as Brass McGannon
movie 1951 Three Desperate Men as Tom Denton
movie 1951 Tomahawk as Col. Carrington
movie 1950 The Tougher They Come as Joe MacKinley
movie 1949 I Shot Jesse James as John Kelley
movie 1949 The Big Cat as Tom Eggers
movie 1948 The Hunted as Johnny Saxon
movie 1948 Thunderhoof as Scotty Mason
movie 1947 Hollywood Bound as Edited from: A Night at the Biltmore Bowl
movie 1947 King of the Wild Horses as Dave Taggert
movie 1947 Ramrod as Frank Ivey
movie 1946 Inside Job as Bart Madden
movie 1946 Strange Triangle as Sam Crane
movie 1946 Tangier as Col. Jose Artiego
movie 1946 The Harvey Girls as Judge Sam Purvis
movie 1945 Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood as Preston Foster
movie 1945 The Valley of Decision as Jim Brennan
movie 1945 Thunderhead - Son of Flicka as Rob McLaughlin
movie 1945 Twice Blessed as Jeff Turner
movie 1944 Bermuda Mystery as Steve Carramond
movie 1944 Roger Touhy, Gangster as Roger Touhy
movie 1943 Guadalcanal Diary as Father Donnelly
movie 1943 My Friend Flicka as Rob McLaughlin
movie 1942 A Gentleman After Dark as Lt. Tom Gaynor
movie 1942 American Empire as Paxton Bryce
movie 1942 Little Tokyo, U.S.A. as Michael Steele
movie 1942 Night in New Orleans as Police Lt. Steve Abbott
movie 1942 Secret Agent of Japan as Roy Bonnell
movie 1942 Thunder Birds [Soldiers of the Air] as Steve Britt
movie 1941 The Roundup as Greg Lane
movie 1941 Unfinished Business as Steve Duncan
movie 1940 Cafe Hostess as Dan Walters
movie 1940 Moon Over Burma as Bill Gordon
movie 1940 North West Mounted Police as Sergeant Jim Brett
movie 1939 20,000 Men a Year as Jim Howell
movie 1939 Chasing Danger as Steve Mitchell
movie 1939 Geronimo as Capt. Bill Starrett
movie 1939 Missing Evidence as Bill Collins
movie 1939 News Is Made at Night as Steve Drum
movie 1939 Society Smugglers as Sully
movie 1938 Army Girl as Capt. Dike Conger
movie 1938 Double Danger as Bob Crane
movie 1938 Everybody's Doing It as Bruce Keene
movie 1938 Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 8 as Himself
movie 1938 Submarine Patrol as Lt. John C. Drake
movie 1938 The Lady in the Morgue as Det. Bill Crane
movie 1938 The Last Warning as Bill Crane
movie 1938 The Storm as Jack Stacey
movie 1938 Up the River as 'Chipper' Morgan
movie 1937 First Lady as Stephen Wayne
movie 1937 Sea Devils as Michael 'Mike' O'Shay
movie 1937 The Outcasts of Poker Flat as John Oakhurst
movie 1937 The Westland Case as Bill Crane - Private Detective
movie 1937 We Who Are About to Die as Steven Mathews
movie 1937 You Can't Beat Love as James Ellsworth 'Jimmy' Hughes
movie 1936 Love Before Breakfast as Scott Miller
movie 1936 Muss 'em Up as Tippecanoe 'Tip' O'Neil
movie 1936 The Plough and the Stars as Jack Clitheroe
movie 1935 A Night at the Biltmore Bowl as Preston Foster
movie 1935 Annie Oakley as Toby Walker
movie 1935 Strangers All as Murray Carter
movie 1935 The Arizonian as Tex Randolph
movie 1935 The Informer as Dan Gallagher
movie 1935 The Last Days of Pompeii as Marcus
movie 1935 The People's Enemy as Vince M. Falcone
movie 1935 We're Only Human as Det. Sgt. Pete 'Mac' McCaffrey
movie 1934 Heat Lightning as George
movie 1934 Sleepers East as Jason Everett
movie 1934 The Band Plays On as Howdy Hardy
movie 1934 Wharf Angel as Como Murphy
movie 1933 Corruption as Tim Butler
movie 1933 Dangerous Crossroads
movie 1933 Elmer, the Great as Walker
movie 1933 Hoop-La as Nifty Miller
movie 1933 Just Around the Corner as Tim - Office Worker
movie 1933 Ladies They Talk About as David Slade
movie 1933 Sensation Hunters as Tom Baylor
movie 1933 The 42nd. Street Special as Himself
movie 1933 The Devil's Mate as Insp. O'Brien
movie 1933 The Man Who Dared as Jan Novak
movie 1932 Doctor X as Dr. Wells
movie 1932 I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang as Pete
movie 1932 Life Begins as Dr. Brett
movie 1932 The All-American as Steve Kelly
movie 1932 The Last Mile as John 'Killer' Mears... Cell 4
movie 1932 Two Seconds as Bud Clark
movie 1932 You Said a Mouthful as Ed Dover
movie 1931 His Woman as Crewman
movie 1930 Follow the Leader as Two-Gun Terry
movie 1930 Heads Up as Blake
movie 1929 Nothing But the Truth as Nightclub Patron
movie 1929 Pusher-in-the-Face

Preston Foster on Youtube


Trailer for the 1942 wartime programmer, LITTLE TOKYO, U.S.A. starring Preston Foster, Brenda Joyce, Harold Huber and Donald. Douglas. Rushed into ...


Theatrical trailer for the 1939 B-movie, MISSING EVIDENCE, starring Preston Foster and Irene Hervey. This public domain trailer was part of Captain Bijou's 1...


Director: Walter Lang Writers: Faith Baldwin (novel- SPINSTER DINNER), Herbert Fields (screenplay) Stars: Carole Lombard, Preston Foster and Cesar Romero ...


Winner of four Academy Awards, this powerful and suspenseful drama tells the story of a hard-drinking Irish man who betrays his wanted friend for a mere twen...