biography

Born Gerard Kenneth Tierney in Brooklyn on September 13, 1924, rugged actor Scott Brady excelled in film noir and westerns throughout his long career in Hollywood. After serving in the Navy during World War II, Brady developed an interest in acting and enrolled in drama classes. Brady's older brother, Lawrence Tierney, was already a successful actor, starring in the 1945 film Dillinger. Just a few years later, Brady landed the lead role in his first film, the film noir flick Canon City (1948; with Jeff Corey and Whit Bissell).

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LEFT and CENTER: 1950s photos of Scott Brady. RIGHT: Brady's brother Lawrence Tierney in the 1951 crime drama The Hoodlum

Throughout the 1950s, Brady went on to star in a number of film noir thrillers, including I Was a Shoplifter (1950; with Andrea King and Tony Curtis) and Terror at Midnight (1956; with Frank Faylen and John Dehner). He also made scores of westerns, such as Kansas Raiders (1950; with Audie Murphy and Brian Donlevy), Johnny Guitar (1954; with Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden, and Mercedes McCambridge), and The Restless Breed (1957; with Anne Bancroft and Jim Davis). Later, his career migrated to television and low-budget horror/sci-fi films, including Castle of Evil (1966; with Virginia Mayo, David Brian, and Lisa Gaye), Nightmare in Wax (1969; with Cameron Mitchell and Anne Helm), and The Mighty Gorga (1969; with Anthony Eisley and Kent Taylor).

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In This Corner (1948)

Anabel Shaw, Scott Brady, and Mary MeadeScott Brady, Anabel Shaw, and Charles D. Brown

From Eagle-Lion's boxing drama In This Corner. LEFT: With Anabel Shaw and Mary Meade. RIGHT: With Anabel Shaw and Charles D. Brown

Port of New York (1949) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

Scott Brady

From the film-noir thriller Port of New York

I Was a Shoplifter (1950)

Scott Brady and Mona FreemanScott Brady and Mona FreemanScott Brady and Andrea KingScott Brady and Andrea KingScott Brady and Tony Curtis

From the campy film noir drama I Was a Shoplifter, released by Universal-International. LEFT and CENTER A: With Mona Freeman. CENTER B and C: With Andrea King. RIGHT: With Tony Curtis

Undercover Girl (1950)


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From Universal-International's Undercover Girl. The left photo includes Richard Egan

Untamed Frontier (1952)


Scott Brady and Shelley Winters

With Shelley Winters in the Universal-International western Untamed Frontier

Yankee Buccaneer (1952) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited


Suzan Ball, Jeff Chandler, and Scott Brady

With Suzan Ball and Jeff Chandler in the Universal-International adventure Yankee Buccaneer

The Ford Television Theatre (1952-1957 NBC/ABC TV Series)

Joanne Dru and Scott Brady

With Joanne Dru from a comedic April 1953 episode of The Ford Television Theatre titled Just What the Doctor Ordered

Johnny Guitar (1954) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited

Ben Cooper, Sterling Hayden, Joan Crawford, and Scott Brady

With Ben Cooper, Joan Crawford, and Sterling Hayden in the offbeat Republic western Johnny Guitar

Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955)

Jane Russell, Alan Young, Jeanne Crain, and Scott Brady

With Jane Russell, Alan Young, and Jeanne Crain in the colorful romantic comedy Gentlemen Marry Brunettes

Damon Runyon Theater (1955-1956 CBS TV Series)

Nancy Gates and Scott Brady

With Nancy Gates in the CBS anthology TV series Damon Runyon Theater, episode All Is Not Gold, which originally aired April 30, 1955

The Storm Rider (1957)

Scott Brady and Mala Powers

With Mala Powers in the western The Storm Rider

Stage to Thunder Rock (1964)

Scott Brady and Lon Chaney Jr.

From the Paramount western Stage to Thunder Rock with Lon Chaney Jr.

Castle of Evil (1966)

Lisa Gaye, Hugh Marlowe, Scott Brady, David Brian, and Virginia Mayo

From the low budget horror flick Castle of Evil with Lisa Gaye, Hugh Marlowe, David Brian, and Virginia Mayo

The Cycle Savages (1969)


Scott Brady and Melody Patterson

With Melody Patterson in the biker flick The Cycle Savages

Satan's Sadists (1969) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited


Scott Brady

From Al Adamson's biker film Satan's Sadists

Bonnie's Kids (1973) Get It Here at Movies Unlimited


Robin Mattson, Scott Brady, and Tiffany Bolling

With Robin Mattson and Tiffany Bolling in the low-budget actioner Bonnie's Kids

later years

While in his 50s, Scott Brady was diagnosed with emphysema. Illness aside, he continued to take acting jobs in such projects as The Winds of War TV miniseries and on the hit TV series Simon and Simon and Matt Houston. In addition, he appeared in one more film, the 1984 horror/comedy Gremlins. Not long after the film's release, Brady passed away from respiratory failure on April 16, 1985, at the age of 60. He was survived by his wife, sons Timothy and Terrence, and brother Lawrence Tierney (1919–2002).

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TELEVISION
Shotgun Slade, Vol. 1 [DVD] DVD
Eight episodes include "Backtrack," "The Spanish Box," "The Deadly Key," "Donna Juanita," "The Fabulous Fiddle," "The Golden Tunnel," "A Flower for Jenny," and "A Flower on Boothill." 3 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1.
Shotgun Slade, Vol. 2 [DVD] DVD
Seven episodes include "The Ring of Death," "Charcoal Bullet," "Sudden Death," "Lost Gold," "The Smell of Money," "Crossed Guns," and "Killer's Brand." 180 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1.
Shotgun Slade Two-Pack [DVD] DVD
Two-disc collector's set includes volumes 1 and 2. 6 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1. **15 episodes on 2 discs. 6 1/2 hrs.**
Police Story: Season One [DVD](1973) DVD
All 21 episodes form the first season--including "Dangerous Games," "Collision Course," "Chain of Command," "The Wyatt Earp Syndrome," and "The Gamble"--are collected in a six-disc set. 19 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; interview. **21 episodes on 6 discs. Includes the bonus pilot movie "Slow Boy." 19 1/2 hrs.**

FILM
He Walked By Night [DVD](1948) DVD
Based on a true case, this fine film noir details the Los Angeles Police Department's search for a technically adept but mentally unbalanced thief who killed a policeman. With Richard Basehart, Scott Brady, Whit Bissell, and Jack Webb, who supposedly based his "Dragnet" radio show on this movie; directed by Alfred Werker and (uncredited) Anthony Mann. 80 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Plays All Regions.
Great Cop Movies 3 On 1 [DVD] DVD
Includes "Borderline" (1950), "He Walked by Night" and "A Real American Hero."
Dark Crimes: Film Noir Thrillers, Vol. 2 [DVD] DVD
Fritz Lang's unusual social drama "You and Me" (1938) stars George Raft as an ex-con who lands a clerking job, then woos and weds fellow employee (and, unknown to him, fellow parolee) Sylvia Sidney. When he learns the truth and that their marriage may be invalidated, he considers returning to crime. Harry Carey, Robert Cummings co-star. While on a layover in Chicago, gambler/ex-con Scott Brady is accused of a mob boss's assassination, and he must stay a step ahead of the cops in an effort to clear his name. William Castle's thriller "Undertow" (1949) co-stars John Russell, Dorothy Hart, Peggy Dow; keep an eye out for Rock Hudson. After buying up a movie lot shuttered since a scandalous silent-era murder happened there, producer Richard Conte decides to mount a film about the crime...and perhaps flush out the never-found killer. Castle's insider noir "Hollywood Story" (1951), inspired by the William Desmond Taylor case, co-stars Julia Adams, Richard Egan, Henry Hull, and many cameos. Two-disc set also includes "Ministry Of Fear." 5 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; photo gallery; picture gallery; featurette; more.
Port Of New York [DVD](1949) DVD
Gritty, expertly realized noir from director Laslo Benedek ("The Wild One") featuring Yul Brynner, with a full head of hair, playing the dangerous leader of a ring of drug runners. Scott Brady and Richard Rober are the customs agents out to topple the syndicate. With K.T. Stevens and Neville Brand. 72 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Classic Western Round-Up, Vol. 1 [DVD] DVD
One-time desperadoes Fred MacMurray and Jack Oakie go straight and join "The Texas Rangers" (1936) in their fight to uphold the law in Lone Star territory. When one of their former partners continues his outlaw ways, MacMurray and Oakie are called on to catch him. Lloyd Nolan, Jean Peter co-star. Next, the Oregon Territory of the 1850s is the setting for a bitter rivalry between scout-turned-general store owner Dana Andrews and crooked banker Brian Donlevy--a rivalry that intensifies when beautiful Susan Hayward comes between them--in "Canyon Passage" (1946). Audie Murphy stars as a young Jesse James, who becomes the protege of notorious outlaw William Quantrill (Donlevy) before making history as leader of his own gang, in "Kansas Raiders" 1950). With Marguerite Chapman, Tony Curtis. And, in his fir st starring role, Rock Hudson plays famed frontier badman John Wesley Hardin in director Raoul Walsh's well-crafted Western biodrama "The Lawless Breed" (1953). Julia Adams, John McIntyre and Lee Van Cleef also star. 6 hrs. total on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), French; theatrical trailers.
The Model And The Marriage Broker [DVD](1951) DVD
Professional matchmaker Thelma Ritter feels compelled to apply her unsolicited skills for a most unlikely client, gorgeous cover girl Jeanne Crain, who's mired in a futureless affair with a married man. Can she broker a love connection with shy radiologist Scott Brady, and can she handle it when the model decides to turn the tables? Comic charmer co-stars Zero Mostel, Frank Fontaine, Nancy Kulp; George Cukor directs. 103 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Pirates Of The Golden Age Movie Collection [DVD] DVD
This quartet of spirited swashbucklers is sure to shiver your timbers. First, Yvonne De Carlo stars as a popular entertainer who falls in love with a wealthy aristocrat (Philip Friend) who is actually a pirate out for revenge against the sinister shipping magnate who ruined his father, in "Buccaneer's Girl" (1950). With Robert Douglas, Elsa Lanchester. Wrongly accused of piracy, a hapless shopworker (Donald O'Connor) actually joins a privateer crew and quickly earns a reputation as the most dangerous man on the high seas, in the comedic "Double Crossbones" (1951). Helena Carter co-stars. Next, the action-packed "Yankee Buccaneer" (1952) finds the crew of a 19th-century U.S. Navy frigate disguising themselves as pirates in an effort to catch some real nautical ne'er-do-wells. Jeff Chandler, Scott Brady star. And, with rapier in one hand and rope in the other, Errol Flynn swings into action as a British naval officer charged with stopping pirate Anthony Quinn, in "Against All Flags" (1952). Maureen O'Hara also stars. 5 1/3 hrs. total on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), French; theatrical trailers.
Forgotten Noir: Collector's Set Series One [DVD] DVD
Three-disc set includes "Portland Expose," "They Were So Young," "Loan Shark," "Arson, Inc.," "Shadow Man" (1953), and "Shoot to Kill" (1947).
Johnny Guitar [Blu-ray](1954)
A tough-as-nails ex-dancehall girl (Joan Crawford) opens a saloon/gaming hall on the outskirts of an Arizona town whose residents--led by a rancher (Mercedes McCambridge) who blames Crawford's outlaw lover (Scott Brady) for her brother's death--try to shut her down. Into this frontier feud rides Johnny Guitar (Sterling Hayden), a mysterious wanderer from Crawford's past. Called an anti-McCarthyism allegory and a proto-feminist drama, director Nicholas Ray's cult western co-stars Ward Bond, Ernest Borgnine, John Carradine. 110 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Johnny Guitar [DVD](1954) DVD
A tough-as-nails ex-dancehall girl (Joan Crawford) opens a saloon/gaming hall on the outskirts of an Arizona town whose residents--led by a rancher (Mercedes McCambridge) who blames Crawford's outlaw lover (Scott Brady) for her brother's death--try to shut her down. Into this frontier feud rides Johnny Guitar (Sterling Hayden), a mysterious wanderer from Crawford's past. Called an anti-McCarthyism allegory and a proto-feminist drama, director Nicholas Ray's cult western co-stars Ward Bond, Ernest Borgnine, John Carradine. 110 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Mohawk [DVD](1956) DVD
A peace-loving federal agent (Scott Brady) and an Indian woman (Rita Gam) work together to prevent a range war, only to fall in love in the process and face rejection from both their peoples. Western drama also stars Neville Brand, Lori Nelson. 80 min.
Ambush At Cimarron Pass (Remastered Edition) [Blu-ray](1958)
Attacked by Apache warriors while escorting a prisoner charged with selling rifles to the Indians, a band of Cavalry soldiers must form an uneasy alliance with some ex-Confederate cattlemen who were similarly ambushed. Tensions run high within the two groups--especially between veteran Army sergeant Scott Brady and Georgia-born cowboy Clint Eastwood (in an early co-starring role). Thrilling frontier drama also stars Margia Dean, Frank Gerstle. 73 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.
Ambush At Cimarron Pass (Remastered Edition) [DVD](1958) DVD
Attacked by Apache warriors while escorting a prisoner charged with selling rifles to the Indians, a band of Cavalry soldiers must form an uneasy alliance with some ex-Confederate cattlemen who were similarly ambushed. Tensions run high within the two groups--especially between veteran Army sergeant Scott Brady and Georgia-born cowboy Clint Eastwood (in an early co-starring role). Thrilling frontier drama also stars Margia Dean, Frank Gerstle. 73 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.
Operation Bikini [DVD](1963) DVD
American International infused its "Beach Party" regulars into this World War II actioner of a Navy demolitions crew charged with finding and destroying a sunken sub before its secrets can be captured by the Japanese. One-of-a-kind ensemble includes Tab Hunter, Frankie Avalon, Scott Brady, Jim Backus, Jody McCrea, Gary Crosby, and Eva Six. 80 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Destination Inner Space [DVD](1966) DVD
In the ocean it's a little more difficult for someone to hear you scream, as the staff of an underwater research lab learns after discovering the wreckage of an alien craft on the sea floor. The ship contains a pod which grows into a savage aquatic creature that must be stopped before it's too late. Deep-six sci-fi shocker stars Scott Brady, Gary Merrill, Sheree North. 83 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Marooned [DVD](1969) DVD
Science-fiction drama about a three-man team of American astronauts who are stranded in orbit 200 miles above the Earth when their ship's engines fail, and the desperate global race to rescue them. Gregory Peck, Gene Hackman, David Janssen and James Franciscus star. 134 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: English, Japanese, French.
Satan's Sadists [DVD](1969) DVD
The ads promised "Motorcycle Maniacs on Wheels," "Breezy Riders Roaring to Hell!" and "Human Garbage--in the Sickest Love Parties!," and B-legend Al Adamson delivered with this sordid cycle tale of LSD-taking bikers who kidnap and assault innocent women. With Russ Tamblyn, Scott Brady, Greydon Clark as Acid, and Regina Carrol as "the freak-out girl." AKA: "Nightmare Bloodbath." 86 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Plays All Regions.
The Ice House [DVD](1969) DVD
Ultra-sleazy account of a Casanova who gets bonked on the head and becomes a homicidal maniac, picking up and killing strippers and then depositing the corpses in an icehouse he runs. When his twin brother detective begins looking for the missing women, the psycho kills him and assumes his identity! David and Robert Story, Kelly Ross, and British pin-up fave Sabrina star; look quickly for future porn legend John Holmes. AKA: "Love in Cold Blood," "The Passion Pit." Soundtrack: English.
The Gorehouse Greats Collection [DVD] DVD
Here's 12 cult horror classics in one set! "The Devil's Hand" (1962) has Robert Alda trying to save his girl from a voodoo cult; "Madmen of Mandoras" (1963) features Nazis attempting to resurrect Hitler. AKA: "They Saved Hitler's Brain"; a student gets "Terrified" (1963) while exploring the effects of fear on the mind; a couple inherits a castle only to find it inhabited in "Blood of Dracula's Castle" (1969). John Carradine stars; "Nightmare in Wax" (1969), with Cameron Mitchell, has a museum owner torturing victims; "Blood Mania" (1970) gets a doctor involved in a gothic nightmare; a Vietnam vet trains his rattlesnake to kill, in "Stanley" (1972); a "Trip with the Teacher" (1975) turns deadly when killers attack the students; an innocent woman's family turns her into "Satan's Slave" (1976); a supernatural force seeks revenge in "Terror" (1978); modern-day Satanists practice human sacrifice during "Prime Evil" (1988); and the bodies pile high when experiments on computer-generated mind control go haywire in "Brain Twisters" (1991). 17 hrs. total on three discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Five Bloody Graves (1970)/Nurse Sherri [DVD](1978) DVD
B-movie auteur Al Adamson's savage shoot-'em-up "Five Bloody Graves" stars Robert Dix (son of Richard) as a gunslinger hired to defend a group of gorgeous gals on a wagon train from a group of notorious outlaws. Dix has his hands full as the gals keep turning up tortured or dead! With Jim Davis, John Carradine, Vicki Volante, Paula Raymond and Darlene Lucht (the former "Miss Sun Fun"). AKA: "Gun Riders." And, "Nurse Sherri," Adamson's answer to Roger Corman's nurse movies, stars Jill Jacobson as the lady in white, possessed by a demon and stalking and killing patients at the hospital. The only way to stop the terror is to destroy the corpse of the ghoul that possesses her! With Geoffrey Land. AKA: "Beyond the Living," "Black Voodoo," "Hospital Of Terror," "The Possession Of Nurse Sherri." Standard; Soundtrack: English; audio commentary; theatrical trailers. Two-disc set.
Hell's Bloody Devils [DVD](1970) DVD
What happens when you take a James Bond-type thriller with FBI agents battling Mafia hoods and German WWII criminals, toss in footage shot three years later of a biker gang working for the Nazis, and top it all off with a cameo by Colonel Sanders? You get this over-the-top asphalt actioner from B-movie legend Al Adamson. John Gabriel, Kent Taylor, Broderick Crawford, and John Carradine star. AKA: "The Fakers." 92 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; audio commentary; featurettes; interview; photo gallery; theatrical trailer.
Doctors' Wives [DVD](1971) DVD
Their husbands are ambitious doctors, but the trajectory of their careers provides cold comfort to the physicians' wives. Feeling neglected and unsatisfied with the amount of attention they receive at home, the lonely spouses take to engaging in clandestine affairs. This steamy drama of the secret trysts that go on behind hospital doors features an all-star cast: Gene Hackman, Dyan Cannon, Carroll O'Connor, Rachel Roberts, Richard Crenna, Janice Rule, and Ralph Bellamy. 102 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Bonnie's Kids (Special Edition) [DVD](1973) DVD
Tiffany Bolling and Robin Mattson are the title "kids," two gorgeous young gals who blow away their lecherous stepfather with a shotgun and set off to stay with a wealthy uncle in Texas. Before long, the girls get involved with the uncle's shady comrades and everyone is after a suitcase filled with cash. Fast-paced and sexy actioner also stars Scott Brady, Leo Gordon, Alex Rocco. Special edition restored from the original 35mm negative. 105 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English; featurette; TV spots; theatrical trailer; more.
Bonnie's Kids [DVD](1973) DVD
Tiffany Bolling and Robin Mattson are the title "kids," two gorgeous young gals who blow away their lecherous stepfather with a shotgun and set off to stay with a wealthy uncle in Texas. Before long, the girls get involved with the uncle's shady comrades and everyone is after a suitcase filled with cash. Fast-paced and sexy actioner also stars Scott Brady, Leo Gordon, Alex Rocco. 105 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
When Every Day Was The Fourth Of July (1978)/The Long Days Of Summer [DVD](1980) DVD
A lawyer in a small Depression New England town is asked by his daughter to help her friend, a shell-shocked mute, against a charge of murder in the emotional drama "When Every Day Was the Fourth of July." Dean Jones, Louise Sorel and Geoffrey Lewis star. Then, a small town in 1930s New England is the focus for "The Long Days of Summer," which looks at prejudice as seen through the eyes of a young Jewish boy whose lawyer father comes under attack from the townspeople. Dean Jones, Joan Hackett and Donald Moffat star. 185 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; audio commentary; photo gallery.
The China Syndrome [Blu-ray](1979)
Released two weeks before the Three Mile Island accident, this taut thriller is set at a California nuclear plant where an emergency shutdown is caught on film by a TV news crew. As the journalists and a veteran plant engineer uncover unsafe practices stemming from the "minor incident" that could lead to a catastrophic meltdown, they also find their lives are in danger. Jane Fonda, Michael Douglas, Jack Lemmon, and Wilford Brimley star. 122 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English DTS HD 5.1 Master Audio; featurettes.
The China Syndrome [DVD](1979) DVD
Released two weeks before the Three Mile Island accident, this taut thriller is set at a California nuclear plant where an emergency shutdown is caught on film by a TV news crew. As the journalists and a veteran plant engineer uncover unsafe practices stemming from the "minor incident" that could lead to a catastrophic meltdown, they also find their lives are in danger. Jane Fonda, Michael Douglas, Jack Lemmon, and Wilford Brimley star. 122 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital mono, French; Subtitles: English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Thai; documentaries; deleted scenes; filmographies.
Strange Behavior [DVD](1981) DVD
A series of violent murders in a small college town leads the sheriff to the campus Psych Department, and the bizarre behavioral experiments going on there, in this slyly subversive shocker. Michael Murphy, Fiona Lewis, Dan Shor, and Louise Fletcher star. AKA: "Bad Kids." 99 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; audio commentary; deleted scenes; filmographies; photo gallery; theatrical trailers.
The Winds Of War [DVD](1983) DVD
The Emmy-winning TV mini-series, bringing to life Herman Wouk's tale of a Navy family's devotion to duty and to each other in the days shortly before America's entry into World War II, features an acclaimed cast that includes Robert Mitchum, Ali MacGraw, Jan-Michael Vincent, Victoria Tennant, John Houseman, Polly Bergen, Lisa Eilbacher, and Ralph Bellamy, reprising his screen role as FDR. 14 1/2 hrs. on six discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English; "making of" documentary; featurettes.
Gremlins [Blu-ray](1984)
Gremlins may be cute and cuddly, but don't get them wet or feed them after midnight, or else you'll have more monsters than anyone can handle. "E.T." meets "The Thing" by way of "It's a Wonderful Life" in this horror gem from Joe Dante and Steven Spielberg; with Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton and the great Dick Miller. 111 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby 5.1 MLP, French Dolby 5.1 MLP, Spanish Dolby 5.1 MLP, Italian Dolby 5.1 MLP, Portuguese Dolby Digital stereo; audio commentary by Dante, Cates, others; deleted scenes; bloopers; documentary; theatrical trailers; photo gallery.
Gremlins [DVD](1984) DVD
Gremlins may be cute and cuddly, but don't get them wet or feed them after midnight, or else you'll have more monsters than anyone can handle. "E.T." meets "The Thing" by way of "It's a Wonderful Life" in this horror gem from Joe Dante and Steven Spielberg; with Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton and the great Dick Miller. 111 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital stereo, Spanish Dolby Digital stereo, French Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; audio commentary by Dante, Cates, others; deleted scenes; bloopers; documentary; theatrical trailers; photo gallery.

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filmography

FILM
Gremlins (1984) with Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton, Polly Holliday, and Dick Miller
This Girl for Hire (1983) with Bess Armstrong, Celeste Holm, Cliff De Young, Hermione Baddeley, Howard Duff, Jose Ferrer, Beverly Garland, Roddy McDowall, Ray Walston, and Elisha Cook Jr.
Strange Behavior (1981) with Michael Murphy and Louise Fletcher
Power (1980) with Joe Don Baker, Karen Black, David Groh, Howard Da Silva, Brett Halsey, Victor Jory, and Brian Kerwin
The China Syndrome (1979) with Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon, and Michael Douglas
The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang (1979) with Cliff Potts, Randy Quaid, Larry Wilcox, Sharon Farrell, John Karlen, and Bo Hopkins
When Every Day Was the Fourth of July (1978) with Dean Jones, Louise Sorel, Geoffrey Lewis, Henry Wilcoxon, and Moosie Drier
Bonnie's Kids (1973) with Robin Mattson and Tiffany Bolling
Wicked, Wicked (1973) with Tiffany Bolling, Edd Byrnes, Diane McBain, and Madeleine Sherwood
The Night Strangler (1973) with Darren McGavin, Jo Ann Pflug, Richard Anderson, Wally Cox, Margaret Hamilton, John Carradine, and Al Lewis
The Loners (1972) with Gloria Grahame, Richard O'Brien, Hortense Petra, and Tim Rooney
Cain's Cutthroats (1971) with John Carradine, Robert Dix, and Valda Hansen
$ (1971) with Warren Beatty, Goldie Hawn, and Gert Frobe
Doctors' Wives (1971) with Dyan Cannon, Richard Crenna, Gene Hackman, and Carroll O'Connor
Five Bloody Graves (1970) with Robert Dix, Jim Davis, Paula Raymond, and John Carradine; directed by Al Adamson
Hell's Bloody Devils (1970) with Broderick Crawford, John Gabriel, Kent Taylor, Robert Dix, Keith Andes, John Carradine, and Jack Starrett; directed by Al Adamson
The Ice House (1969) with Jim Davis
The Mighty Gorga (1969) with Anthony Eisley, Kent Taylor, Gary Kent, and Greydon Clark
Space Travelers (1969) with Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna, David Janssen, James Franciscus, Gene Hackman, Lee Grant, Nancy Kovack, and Mariette Hartley; once aired on Mystery Science Theater 3000
D.A.: Murder One (1969) with Robert Conrad and Diane Baker
The Cycle Savages (1969) with Bruce Dern, Chris Robinson, and Melody Patterson
Satan's Sadists (1969) with Regina Carrol and Russ Tamblyn; directed by Al Adamson
Nightmare in Wax (1969) with Cameron Mitchell and Anne Helm
Portrait of Violence (1968) with Jock Mahoney
The Road Hustlers (1968) with Jim Davis
They Ran for Their Lives (1968) with John Payne and Luana Patten
Arizona Bushwhackers (1968) with Yvonne De Carlo and John Ireland
Fort Utah (1967) with John Ireland, Virginia Mayo, John Russell, and Richard Arlen
Journey to the Center of Time (1967) with Gigi Perreau and Anthony Eisley
Red Tomahawk (1967) with Howard Keel, Wendell Corey, Joan Caulfield, Broderick Crawford, Richard Arlen, Ben Cooper, and Don 'Red' Barry
Castle of Evil (1966) with Virginia Mayo, Lisa Gaye, Hugh Marlowe, and David Brian
Destination Inner Space (1966) with Sheree North and Gary Merrill
Black Spurs (1965) with Rory Calhoun, Terry Moore, Linda Darnell, Lon Chaney Jr., Bruce Cabot, Richard Arlen, Patricia Owens, James Best, Jerome Courtland, and DeForest Kelley
John Goldfarb, Please Come Home (1965)
Stage to Thunder Rock (1964) with Barry Sullivan, Ralph Taeger, and John Agar
Operation Bikini (1963) with Tab Hunter, Frankie Avalon, and Jody McCrea
Battle Flame (1959) with Robert Blake and Richard Harrison
Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958) with Clint Eastwood
Blood Arrow (1958) with Phyllis Coates
The Restless Breed (1957) with Jim Davis, Anne Bancroft, and Myron Healey
The Storm Rider (1957) with Mala Powers and Bill Williams
Mohawk (1956) with Allison Hayes, Lori Nelson, and Neville Brand
The Maverick Queen (1956) with Barbara Stanwyck and Barry Sullivan
Terror at Midnight (1956)
Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955) with Jane Russell and Jeanne Crain
The Vanishing American (1955) with Forrest Tucker, Lee Van Cleef, and Glenn Strange
They Were So Young (1954) with Raymond Burr and Gert Frobe
Three Steps to the Gallows (1954)
The Law vs. Billy the Kid (1954) with Betta St. John; directed by William Castle
Johnny Guitar (1954) with Sterling Hayden, Joan Crawford, and Mercedes McCambridge
A Perilous Journey (1953) with Vera Ralston and David Brian
Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952) with Mitzi Gaynor
Bronco Buster (1952) with Joyce Holden and Chill Wills
Yankee Buccaneer (1952) with Jeff Chandler and Suzan Ball
Montana Belle (1952) with Jane Russell and George Brent
Untamed Frontier (1952) with Joseph Cotten, Shelley Winters, and Lee Van Cleef
The Model and the Marriage Broker (1951) with Jeanne Crain and Thelma Ritter
Undercover Girl (1950) with Alexis Smith, Richard Egan, and Gerald Mohr
Kansas Raiders (1950) with Audie Murphy, Richard Long, Dewey Martin, Brian Donlevy, and Tony Curtis
I Was a Shoplifter (1950) with Mona Freeman, Andrea King, Tony Curtis, Peggie Castle, and Rock Hudson
The Gal Who Took the West (1949) with Yvonne De Carlo
Undertow (1949) with Bruce Bennett, Peggy Dow, John Russell, and Rock Hudson
Port of New York (1949) with Yul Brynner
Canon City (1948) with Whit Bissell and Ralph Byrd
He Walked by Night (1948) with Richard Basehart, Whit Bissell, and Jack Webb
In This Corner (1948)

TELEVISION SERIES
Shotgun Slade, 1959-1961 syndicated TV series, 78 episodes. Brady portrayed Shotgun Slade, a detective in the Old West
Police Story, 1973-1977 anthology TV series. Brady portrayed Vinnie in a recurring role.

TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
Whiz Kids, episode Altaira, originally aired April 28, 1984
Simon & Simon, episode Shadow of Sam Penny, originally aired November 3, 1983
Cagney & Lacey, episode The Informant, originally aired May 9, 1983
The Winds of War, episode Into the Maelstrom, originally aired February 13, 1983
The Winds of War, episode Defiance, originally aired February 9, 1983
Matt Houston, episode Killing Isn't Everything, originally aired October 24, 1982
240-Robert, episode First Loss, originally aired March 14, 1981
Charlie's Angels, episode Taxi Angels, originally aired February 7, 1981
The Littlest Hobo, episode The Pearls, originally aired October 23, 1980
Eischied, episode Do They Really Have to Die?, originally aired November 8, 1979
Taxi, episode The Great Race, originally aired November 6, 1979
Supertrain, episode Hail to the Chief, originally aired February 28, 1979
The Rockford Files, episode Local Man Eaten by Newspaper, originally aired December 8, 1978
Baretta, episode Make the Sun Shine, originally aired November 30, 1977
Laverne & Shirley, episode Buddy Can You Spare a Father?, originally aired February 15, 1977
The Fantastic Journey, episode Vortex, originally aired February 3, 1977
The Rockford Files, episode The Trees, the Bees and T.T. Flowers: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired January 21 and 28, 1977
Welcome Back, Kotter, episode Caruso's Way, originally aired January 6, 1977
All in the Family, episode Archie's Brief Encounter: Part 3, originally aired September 29, 1976
All in the Family, episode Archie's Brief Encounter: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired September 22, 1976
All in the Family, episode Edith's Night Out, originally aired March 8, 1976
The Invisible Man, episode Stop When Red Lights Flash, originally aired November 24, 1975
Movin' On, episode The Big Wheel, originally aired November 11, 1975
The Rockford Files, episode Gearjammers: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired September 26 and October 3, 1975
Hawaii Five-O, episode The Hostage, originally aired March 11, 1975
Movin' On, episode High Rollers, originally aired December 5, 1974
Sierra, episode The Trek, originally aired November 14, 1974
Get Christie Love!, episode Pawn Ticket for Murder, originally aired October 2, 1974
Dirty Sally, episode Right of Way, originally aired January 11, 1974
Gunsmoke, episode Lynch Town, originally aired November 19, 1973
Banacek, episode No Stone Unturned, originally aired October 3, 1973
Ironside, episode A Game of Showdown, originally aired March 22, 1973
Mission: Impossible, episode The Pendulum, originally aired February 23, 1973
McMillan & Wife, episode No Hearts, No Flowers, originally aired January 14, 1973
Gunsmoke, episode Jubilee, originally aired December 18, 1972
The Virginian, episode The Animal, originally aired January 20, 1971
The Immortal, episode Paradise Bay, originally aired December 10, 1970
San Francisco International Airport, episode Hostage, originally aired November 11, 1970
The Name of the Game, episode The War Merchants, originally aired October 30, 1970
The High Chaparral, episode Wind, originally aired October 9, 1970
Lancer, episode The Experiment, originally aired February 17, 1970
Mannix, episode A Chance at the Roses, originally aired January 17, 1970
Gunsmoke, episode Danny, originally aired October 13, 1969
Bracken's World, episode Panic, originally aired September 26, 1969
Adam-12, episode Log 102: We Can't Just Walk Away from It, originally aired March 1, 1969
The Name of the Game, episode High on a Rainbow, originally aired December 6, 1968
The Virginian, episode The Storm Gate, originally aired November 13, 1968
Felony Squad, episode Killing, Country Style, originally aired December 28, 1967
Judd for the Defense, episode A Civil Case of Murder, originally aired September 29, 1967
Summer Fun, episode Little Leatherneck, originally aired July 29, 1966
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, episode Run for Doom, originally aired May 17, 1963
The Untouchables, episode The Floyd Gibbons Story, originally aired December 11, 1962
G.E. True Theater, episode We're Holding Your Son, originally aired December 3, 1961
Checkmate, episode Voyage Into Fear, originally aired May 6, 1961
Alcoa Theatre, episode Forced Landing, originally aired May 2, 1960
Adventure Showcase, episode Johnny Nighthawk, originally aired September 1, 1959
Schlitz Playhouse, episode The Salted Mine, originally aired March 27, 1959
Climax!, episode The Big Success, originally aired May 8, 1958
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Papa Said No, originally aired April 4, 1958
Playhouse 90, episode Lone Woman, originally aired December 26, 1957
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Always Open and Shut, originally aired August 29, 1957
Zane Grey Theater, episode Man on the Run, originally aired June 21, 1957
Studio 57, episode Always Open and Shut, originally aired April 7, 1957
Crossroads, episode Barbed Wire Preacher, originally aired February 8, 1957
Conflict, episode Shock Wave, originally aired September 18, 1956
Lux Video Theatre, episode Road of Fear, originally aired September 6, 1956
Climax!, episode The 78th Floor, originally aired August 16, 1956
Schlitz Playhouse, episode The Roustabout, originally aired June 8, 1956
Celebrity Playhouse, episode Incident in Rio, originally aired May 15, 1956
Lux Video Theatre, episode Tabloid, originally aired April 5, 1956
The Ford Television Theatre, episode Tin Can Skipper, originally aired February 2, 1956
Lux Video Theatre, episode Holiday Affair, originally aired December 22, 1955
Celebrity Playhouse, episode Diamonds in the Sky, originally aired December 13, 1955
The Loretta Young Show, episode Man in the Ring, originally aired December 11, 1955
Studio 57, episode Night Tune, originally aired December 4, 1955
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Night of the Big Swamp, originally aired November 18, 1955
The Ford Television Theatre, episode The Blue Ribbon, originally aired November 10, 1955
Damon Runyon Theater, episode All Is Not Gold, originally aired April 30, 1955
Studio One in Hollywood, episode Millions of Georges, originally aired March 7, 1955
The Ford Television Theatre, episode Wonderful Day for a Wedding, originally aired May 13, 1954
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Rim of Violence, originally aired January 8, 1954
The Ford Television Theatre, episode Tangier Lady, originally aired October 1, 1953
Lux Video Theatre, episode Return to Alsace, originally aired September 24, 1953
The Ford Television Theatre, episode Just What the Doctor Ordered, originally aired April 9, 1953

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