Conrad Scott Forbes (September 11 1920 - February 25 1997) popularly known as Scott Forbes, was a movie and television actor and scriptwriter.
In his later career as a scriptwriter he is credited as C. Scott Forbes. In the 1940s Forbes used the name Julian Dallas, appearing in Night Boat to London (1946), Mrs. Fitzherbert (1947), But Not in Vain (1948), This Was a Woman (1948) and The Reluctant Widow (1951). He also appeared on the stage as Julian Dallas, spending a year with the Liverpool Old Vic, and in London under the direction of John Gielgud in The Cradle Song, among other plays.
He had attended Repton, a public school near Derby, England and then studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Balliol College, Oxford and worked for the Ministry of Defense before settling on a performing career.
An English-born American, Forbes seemed to be groomed in the early stages as "the younger Gregory Peck", whom Forbes resembled physically and vocally. Consigned action roles with Warner...
Operation Pacific is a 1951 submarine film starring John Wayne and directed by George Waggner.
Serving as Executive Officer aboard USS Thunderfish, Lieutenant Commander Duke Gifford (Wayne), assumes command of the boat when the skipper (Ward Bond) is killed. A scene where the crew solves a complex torpedo performance-design problem is based on fact.