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List of Hume Cronyn Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Rope (1948)
16
2
Rope
16
2

Two brilliant college students, Brandon Shaw and Phillip Morgan, strangle fellow classmate David Kentley as an intellectual exercise to prove their superiority. They organize a party after hiding the body in an antique chest and invite people close to David, as well as their prep-school teacher Rupert Cadell, who unwittingly inspired them and now begins to suspect them.

Starring:
Alfred Hitchcock, James Stewart, Farley Granger, Dick Hogan, John Dall
Directed By:
2. Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
14
2
Shadow of a Doubt
TV-PG
14
2

Teenager Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Newton is thrilled when her namesake and favorite maternal uncle Charlie Oakley comes for a visit. But soon she notices some odd things, then two detectives come home as surveyors asking questions about Uncle Charlie. As she learns from them that he is suspected serial killer, ‘Merry Widow Murderer,’ she starts investigating, which could prove unsafe for her life.

Starring:
Teresa Wright, Alfred Hitchcock, Joseph Cotten, Macdonald Carey, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
3. Lifeboat (1944)
15
2
Lifeboat
15
2

Lifeboat is a survival drama film which revolves around eight survivors of a torpedoed ship, who find themselves in the same boat with the man who had sunk the ship.  

Starring:
William Bendix, John Hodiak, Walter Slezak, Tallulah Bankhead, Mary Anderson
Directed By:
4. Brute Force (1947)
12
2
Brute Force
12
2

Tough and disgruntled prisoners at a penitentiary, decide to rebel against Captain Munsey, the chief guard, and plan a daring escape.

Role:
Captain Munsey
Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Yvonne De Carlo, Charles Bickford, Ann Blyth
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
5. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
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2
The Postman Always Rings Twice
14
2

Nick Smith, owner of a roadside diner, hires a drifter Frank Chambers to work at his restaurant. Soon, Frank begins an affair with Nick’s pretty wife Cora. The two eventually think of murdering Nick as well as seizing all his assets. Although they succeed, a local prosecutor Kyle starts to suspect them.

Role:
Arthur Keats
Starring:
Lana Turner, John Garfield, Cecil Kellaway, Leon Ames
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
6. People Will Talk (1951)
14
2
People Will Talk
14
2

People Will Talk is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of a physician named Dr. Noah, who teaches in a medical school. Meanwhile, he has also founded a clinic, which is dedicated to provide holistic and humane treatment to patients. Meanwhile, another professor named Rodney becomes jealous and he decides to teach Dr. Noah a lesson.

Role:
Prof. Rodney Elwell
Starring:
Cary Grant, Jeanne Crain, Walter Slezak, Finlay Currie, Cary Grant
Directed By:
7. Hamlet (1964)
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3
Hamlet
12
3

Based on the play of the same name by William Shakespeare, this film tells the story of the young prince Hamlet, who returns home to find that his father, the King of Denmark, is dead, and his uncle Claudius has usurped the throne and married Hamlet’s widowed mother. As Hamlet tries to uncover the truth behind his father’s death, he is visited by his father’s spirit, who asks him to avenge Claudius for his murder. 

Role:
Polonius
Starring:
Richard Burton, John Gielgud, William Redfield, Alfred Drake, Eileen Herlie
Directed By:
9. Conrack (1974)
12
2
Conrack
PG
12
2
Starring:
Jon Voight, Paul Winfield, Madge Sinclair, Antonio Fargas, Tina Andrews
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
10. The World According to Garp (1982)
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2
The World According to Garp
R
13
2

T.S. Garp, the son of nurse Jenny Fields from a dying soldier, grows up with an aptitude for fiction writing and freestyle wrestling. Inspired by him, Jenny, too, forays into writing, earns success in feminist non-fiction, and starts a center for distressed women. This peculiar community of disparate women becomes as much part of Garp’s world as his children and unfaithful wife.

Role:
Mr. Fields
Directed By:
George Roy Hill
11. The Parallax View (1974)
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2
The Parallax View
R
11
2

After a senator running for President is assassinated, Joe Frady, a political reporter, begins his own investigation. He soon discovers a conspiracy and begins to suspect that the mysterious Parallax Corporation might be involved. He soon finds himself in a game of cat and mouse.

Role:
Bill Rintels
Starring:
Warren Beatty, William Daniels, Walter McGinn, Paula Prentiss
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
12. Sunrise at Campobello (1960)
11
2
Sunrise at Campobello
11
2

Based on the popular Broadway play, this movie depicts the struggles of future US president Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his family after he is stricken by polio at the age of 39 in 1921. His political career is threatened but through his perseverance and efforts of those around him, he ultimately succeeds in delivering a nomination speech for Al Smith's presidency in 1924.

 

Role:
Louis Howe
Starring:
Greer Garson, Ralph Bellamy, Ann Shoemaker, Jean Hagen
Directed By:
Vincent J. Donehue
13. The Green Years (1946)
12
2
The Green Years
12
2

An orphaned Irish boy is taken in by his mother’s relatives. Though he wishes to follow in his great-grandfather’s footsteps to go to university and become a doctor, his harsh grandfather gets in his way. 

Role:
Papa Leckie
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Gladys Cooper, Charles Coburn, Tom Drake
Directed By:
Victor Saville
14. A Letter for Evie (1946)
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2
A Letter for Evie
11
2
Role:
John Phineas McPherson
Starring:
Marsha Hunt, John Carroll, Spring Byington, Pamela Britton
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
15. Cleopatra (1963)
10
2
Cleopatra
G
10
2

This epic historical drama film chronicles the story of Queen Cleopatra, who in order to save her kingdom from the imperial ambitions of Rome, became the mistress of Julius Caesar.

Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Martin Landau, Rex Harrison, Desmond Llewelyn, Richard Burton, Pamela Brown, George Cole
Directed By:
16. There Was a Crooked Man... (1970)
10
2
There Was a Crooked Man...
R
10
2
Role:
Dudley Whinner
Starring:
Henry Fonda, Kirk Douglas, Lee Grant, Warren Oates, Burgess Meredith
Directed By:
17. The Beginning or the End (1947)
10
2
The Beginning or the End
10
2

This is a docudrama film, detailing the development of the atomic bomb in World War II. It starts with Roosevelt authorizing up to two billion dollars for the project and then goes on to detail the research, development and deployment of the bomb, finally ending with the bombing of Hiroshima. 

Starring:
Blake Edwards, John Banner, Brian Donlevy, Robert Walker, Tom Drake
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
18. The Cross of Lorraine (1943)
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2
The Cross of Lorraine
10
2

When defeated by the Nazis in WWII, surrendered troop of Frenchmen find themselves in military prison instead of being sent back home. As they endure difficult conditions, Paul and others like him resist, willing to take beatings, while some like Duval cooperate with Nazi jailors to obtain better conditions. Paul helps his troop-mates to escape, who then join the French Resistance.

Starring:
Gene Kelly, Peter Lorre, Joseph Calleia, Cedric Hardwicke, Richard Whorf
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
19. The Secret Heart (1946)
10
2
The Secret Heart
10
2

The Secret Heart is a 1946 drama film, which tells the story of Larry Adams, a brilliant pianist, who commits suicide burdened by his unpaid debts. His wife devotes her life to paying off his debts as well as raising his two children. However, Penny, who is unable to get over her father’s death, starts questioning everything concerning him. 

Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Lionel Barrymore, Walter Pidgeon, Robert Sterling, June Allyson
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
20. Ziegfeld Follies (1945)
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2
Ziegfeld Follies
11
2
Starring:
Judy Garland, Red Skelton, Lucille Ball, Keenan Wynn, William Frawley, Lena Horne, Fred Astaire
Directed By:
21. The Arrangement (1969)
11
2
The Arrangement
R
11
2
Role:
Arthur Houghton
Starring:
Deborah Kerr, Faye Dunaway, Kirk Douglas, Maureen McCormick, Richard Boone
Directed By:
22. Phantom of the Opera (1943)
10
2
Phantom of the Opera
10
2
Starring:
Leo Carrillo, Claude Rains, Nelson Eddy, Edgar Barrier, Susanna Foster
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
23. The Bride Goes Wild (1948)
10
2
The Bride Goes Wild
10
2
Role:
John McGrath
Starring:
Una Merkel, Van Johnson, June Allyson, Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
24. Top o' the Morning (1949)
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2
Top o' the Morning
10
2

After the Blarney Stone vanishes from a small town in Ireland, an insurance agent comes to the place to investigate. He meets the daughter of the local policeman, who tells him that his presence is part of a prophecy that predicted that the stone would be stolen. As the investigation continues, it seems that the theft may not be only crime that was committed.

Role:
Hughie Devine
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, Ann Blyth, Eileen Crowe
Directed By:
David Miller
25. Cocoon (1985)
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2
Cocoon
PG-13
12
2

The Oscar-winning film follows a group of elders from a retirement home, who secretly use the swimming pool of nearby unused house. They are not aware that the house is rented by aliens living as humans and have stored the cocoons containing their people in the pool which imparted a special quality to water making the seniors feel invigorated with youthful energy.

Role:
Joe Finley
Starring:
Brian Dennehy, Don Ameche, Jessica Tandy, Maureen Stapleton
Directed By:
26. Marvin's Room (1996)
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2
Marvin's Room
PG-13
9
2

When Marvin suffers a stroke, one of his daughters Bessie, starts caring for him, while the other daughter Lee, moves away to Ohio with her husband. However, twenty years later, when Bessie learns that she is suffering from leukemia and requires a bone marrow transplant, Lee decides to travel back home.

Role:
Marvin
Starring:
Diane Keaton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cynthia Nixon, Meryl Streep, Victor Garber, Kelly Ripa, Robert De Niro
Directed By:
Jerry Zaks
27. The Sailor Takes a Wife (1945)
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2
The Sailor Takes a Wife
9
2
Role:
Freddie Potts
Starring:
Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, Robert Walker, June Allyson, Audrey Totter
Directed By:
Richard Whorf
28. *batteries not included (1987)
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2
*batteries not included
PG
11
2

Frank and Faye are a feisty elderly couple who live in New York City. They run a diner and an apartment building which is home to a poor but friendly group of people. Things go well until a property dealer starts harassing them since he wants to buy the apartment. However, the elderly couple receives help from mysterious aliens.

Role:
Frank Riley
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Dennis Boutsikaris, Frank McRae, Elizabeth Peña
Directed By:
Matthew Robbins
29. Under Capricorn (1949)
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3
Under Capricorn
10
3

Under Capricorn is a romantic crime drama film which tells the story of Charles, a young man, who gets reunited with Heinreita, his childhood sweetheart in Australia. However, he soon learns that she is having several problems in her life, which has made her an alcoholic. Charles helps her restore her self-confidence and they get closer and closer to one another.

Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Alfred Hitchcock, Joseph Cotten, Denis O'Dea, Cecil Parker, Michael Wilding
Directed By:
30. The Pelican Brief (1993)
9
2
The Pelican Brief
PG-13
9
2

Law student, Darby Shaw, writes a brief with a theory as to why two Supreme Court justices were killed and she herself becomes the target of the assassin. As she is forced to go on the run, she reaches out to reporter Gray Grantham for help and uncovers a conspiracy involving senior Government officials. 

Starring:
Denzel Washington, Julia Roberts, Stanley Tucci, Sam Shepard, Tony Goldwyn, John Lithgow, Cynthia Nixon
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
31. Brewster's Millions (1985)
9
2
Brewster's Millions
PG
9
2

Montgomery Brewster, a minor league baseball player, learns that a wealthy uncle he didn’t know existed has left him $300 million….but with a condition. Brewster must spend $30 million in 30 days; however, he cannot donate to charity, waste or destroy any money or possess any assets. Also, he can’t tell anyone about it. So, Brewster has an enormous task to tackle

Starring:
John Candy, Richard Pryor, Rick Moranis, Alan Autry, Jerry Orbach, Stephen Collins, Pat Hingle
Directed By:
Walter Hill
32. Main Street After Dark (1945)
9
2
Main Street After Dark
9
2
Starring:
Edward Arnold, Dan Duryea, Selena Royle, Audrey Totter
Directed By:
Edward L. Cahn
33. Impulse (1984)
10
2
Impulse
R
10
2

A science-fiction thriller film, Impulse tells the story of the residents of a small rural town who start to exhibit strange and violent behavior after the seal on a toxic waste burial site ruptures and the town’s milk supply gets contaminated. 

Role:
Dr. Carr
Starring:
Bill Paxton, Tim Matheson, John Karlen, Meg Tilly
Directed By:
Graham Baker
34. Blonde Fever (1944)
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2
Blonde Fever
9
2

Blonde Fever is a comedy drama film which revolves around Peter Donay, who owns Café Donay, a fancy roadside establishment. His marriage is not very successful , and therefore, he soon starts falling for a nightclub waitress named Sally. However, Sally is only interested in Peter’s money and business. When his wife comes to know about this, she tries to get rid of Sally.   

Starring:
Ava Gardner, Jessica Tandy, Mary Astor, Felix Bressart, Gloria Grahame
Directed By:
Richard Whorf
35. Gaily, Gaily (1969)
8
2
Gaily, Gaily
M
8
2

Ben Harvey is a naïve young man who leaves his small town for Chicago. However, a pickpocket steals his money in the city, leaving him nowhere to go. Queen Lil, who runs a bordello gives him shelter, and also helps him find work at a newspaper. His life takes a turn, when he realizes the extent of government corruption, and he sets out to reform the entire system.  

Role:
Tim Grogan
Starring:
Margot Kidder, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Brian Keith, George Kennedy, Melina Mercouri
Directed By:
Norman Jewison
36. Rollover (1981)
8
2
Rollover
R
8
2

Lee Winters, an ex-film star, and widow of a murdered petrochemical tycoon, joins forces with financial expert Hubbell Smith, who is examining the liquidity of a bank. As they fall for each other, the two try to hunt for her husband’s murderer and inspect her financial issues, but end up discovering an international monetary conspiracy that could destroy the global financial system.

Role:
Maxwell Emery
Starring:
Kris Kristofferson, Jane Fonda, Bob Gunton, Josef Sommer
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
37. Honky Tonk Freeway (1981)
8
2
Honky Tonk Freeway
PG
8
2

A planned freeway passes near a tiny Florida town of Ticlaw, which has a safari park as its only tourist attraction; however, the town is denied a freeway exit despite requests from its residents. The mayor, accompanied by the people of Ticlaw, goes all-out to convince the authorities, and they also do their best to attract a posse of diverse tourists. 

Starring:
George Dzundza, William Devane, Geraldine Page, Teri Garr, Jessica Tandy, Jenn Thompson, David Rasche
Directed By:
John Schlesinger
38. Cocoon: The Return (1988)
9
1
Cocoon: The Return
PG
9
1

This science fiction adventure film revolves around friendly aliens from Anterea, a far away planet, who return to Earth to rescue some incubation pods which have been found by scientists. Although in their planet, nobody grows old, they start developing a liking towards earth and therefore, they think of staying back.

Role:
Joseph 'Joe' Finley
Starring:
Courteney Cox, Elaine Stritch, Jessica Tandy, Brian Dennehy, Don Ameche, Don Ameche
Directed By:
Daniel Petrie
39. Angel Passing (1998)
12
2
Angel Passing
12
2
Starring:
Calista Flockhart, Joanne Dorian, James Fischer, Timothi-Jane Graham
Directed By:
David Langlitz
40. Crowded Paradise (1956)
11
2
Crowded Paradise
11
2
Role:
George Heath
Starring:
Nancy Kelly, Frank Silvera, Mario Alcalde, Enid Rudd
Directed By:
Fred Pressburger, Ben Gradus
41. Camilla (1994)
9
2
Camilla
PG-13
9
2
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Maury Chaykin, Elias Koteas, Bridget Fonda
Directed By:
Deepa Mehta

TV Movie(s)

1. The Gin Game (1981)
12
2
The Gin Game
12
2
Role:
Weller Martin
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Jessica Tandy
Directed By:
Terry Hughes
2. The Dollmaker (1984)
12
2
The Dollmaker
12
2
Starring:
Levon Helm, Amanda Plummer, Jane Fonda, Geraldine Page, Ann Hearn, Susan Kingsley
Directed By:
Daniel Petrie
3. The Moon and Sixpence (1959)
11
2
The Moon and Sixpence
11
2
Role:
Dirk Stroeve
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Jessica Tandy, Cyril Cusack, Denholm Elliott, Judith Anderson
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan
4. 12 Angry Men (1997)
11
2
12 Angry Men
PG-13
11
2
Starring:
Courtney B. Vance, Tony Danza, Ossie Davis, Edward James Olmos, Jack Lemmon, James Gandolfini, George C. Scott
Directed By:
William Friedkin
5. A Doll's House (1959)
11
2
A Doll's House
11
2
Role:
Nils Krogstad
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Jason Robards, Julie Harris, Eileen Heckart
Directed By:
George Schaefer
6. Day One (1989)
11
2
Day One
11
2
Role:
James F. Byrnes
Starring:
Hal Holbrook, Brian Dennehy, David Strathairn, Richard Dysart
Directed By:
Joseph Sargent
7. To Dance with the White Dog (1993)
11
2
To Dance with the White Dog
PG
11
2
Role:
Robert Samuel Peek
Starring:
Christine Baranski, Esther Rolle, Jessica Tandy, Terry Beaver
Directed By:
Glenn Jordan
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special
8. Age-Old Friends (1989)
10
2
Age-Old Friends
10
2
Role:
John Cooper
Starring:
Esther Rolle, Tandy Cronyn, Aaron Alexander, Frummie Blatt
Directed By:
Allan Kroeker
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special
9. Yesterday's Children (2000)
10
2
Yesterday's Children
10
2
Starring:
Jane Seymour, Clancy Brown, Kyle Howard, Denis Conway
Directed By:
Marcus Cole
10. Juno and the Paycock (1960)
10
2
Juno and the Paycock
10
2
Starring:
Walter Matthau, Luella Gear, Pauline Flanagan, Liam Clancy
Directed By:
Paul Shyre
11. Christmas on Division Street (1991)
10
2
Christmas on Division Street
10
2
Role:
Cleveland Meriwether
Starring:
Fred Savage, Jim Byrnes, Badja Djola, Cloyce Morrow
Directed By:
George Kaczender
12. Foxfire (1987)
11
2
Foxfire
PG
11
2
Role:
Hector Nations
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Harriet Hall, John Denver, Gary Grubbs
Directed By:
Jud Taylor
13. Broadway Bound (1992)
9
2
Broadway Bound
9
2
Role:
Ben
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Jerry Orbach, Corey Parker, Jonathan Silverman
Directed By:
Paul Bogart
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Special
14. Santa and Pete (1999)
9
2
Santa and Pete
9
2
Role:
Saint Nick
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Tempestt Bledsoe, Flex Alexander, Tracy Douglas
Directed By:
Duwayne Dunham
15. Sea People (1999)
8
2
Sea People
8
2
Role:
Mr. John McRae
Starring:
Ron Lea, Tegan Moss, Shawn Roberts, Joan Gregson
Directed By:
Vic Sarin
16. Alone (1997)
8
2
Alone
8
2
Role:
John Webb
Starring:
Lisa Robin Kelly, Ed Begley Jr., Chris Cooper, James Earl Jones, Betty Murphy
Directed By:
Michael Lindsay-Hogg
17. Off Season (2001)
8
2
Off Season
TV-G
8
2
Role:
Sam Clausner
Starring:
Adam Arkin, Bruce Davison, Sherilyn Fenn, Stephen E. Miller
Directed By:
Bruce Davison
18. A Separate Peace (2004)
8
2
A Separate Peace
R
8
2
Starring:
Alison Pill, Aaron Ashmore, Jacob Pitts, J Barton
Directed By:
Peter Yates

Animation(s)

People: A Musical Celebration (1995)
People: A Musical Celebration
Role:
Grandpa (voice)
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Sasha Gronim, Dai Dai Ming, Ophelia Essien
Directed By:
Joshua M. Greene, Aleksey Alekseev, Vladlen Barbe, Svetlana Grossou, Oleg Kuzovkov

TV Shows and Videos

Omnibus (1952)
Omnibus
Starring:
Elaine May, Jack Lord, Mike Nichols, Ethel Barrymore, Peter Falk, Carol Burnett, William Shatner
Directed By:
Andrew McCullough, Norman Lloyd, Charles S. Dubin, Harry Horner, Delbert Mann
Studio 57 (1954)
Studio 57
Starring:
Alan Young, James Whitmore, Lorne Greene, Eddie Albert, John Carradine, Claude Akins, Michael Landon
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Richard Irving, John English, Jules Bricken, Don Weis
The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre (1948)
The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre
Starring:
Nanette Fabray, Jackie Cooper, Paul Muni, Buddy Ebsen, Mary Wickes, Luise Rainer, Margaret Sullavan
Telephone Time (1956)
Telephone Time
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Charles Bronson, Edd Byrnes, Joel Grey, Bette Davis, Cloris Leachman, Rory Calhoun
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton, Lewis Allen, Robert B. Sinclair, Roy Kellino, Owen Crump
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
TV-14
Starring:
Robert Redford, Inger Stevens, Sydney Pollack, Wayne Rogers, Scatman Crothers, Leslie Nielsen, Art Carney
Directed By:
Robert Stevens, Paul Henreid, Herschel Daugherty, Norman Lloyd, Alfred Hitchcock
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Starring:
David Niven, Charlton Heston, Tony Curtis, Burt Reynolds, Janet Leigh, Mary Tyler Moore, Vincent Price
Directed By:
Roy Kellino, Jus Addiss, Robert Florey, John Brahm, Ted Post
Naked City (1958)
Naked City
Starring:
Cicely Tyson, Robert Duvall, Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, Christopher Walken, Mickey Rooney, Telly Savalas
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg, John Brahm, William A. Graham, David Lowell Rich, Elliot Silverstein
The Barbara Stanwyck Show (1960)
The Barbara Stanwyck Show
Starring:
Anna May Wong, Lee Marvin, Julie London, Dennis Hopper, Marion Ross, Jack Nicholson, Barbara Stanwyck
Directed By:
Don Taylor, Richard Whorf, Arthur Hiller, David Lowell Rich, Robert Florey
Producers' Showcase (1954)
Producers' Showcase
Starring:
Paul Newman, Frank Sinatra, Buster Keaton, Lauren Bacall, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Paulette Goddard
Directed By:
Clark Jones, Kirk Browning, Delbert Mann, Vincent J. Donehue, Alex Segal
The Ford Theatre Hour (1948)
The Ford Theatre Hour
Starring:
Judy Holliday, Lillian Gish, Anthony Quinn, John Forsythe, Fredric March, Lilli Palmer, Eddie Albert
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Franklin J. Schaffner, Carl Beier
Suspense (1949)
Suspense
Starring:
Grace Kelly, Abe Vigoda, Bela Lugosi, Arlene Francis, Rod Steiger, Eva Marie Saint, Otto Preminger
Directed By:
Robert Stevens, Robert Mulligan, John Peyser
The United States Steel Hour (1953)
The United States Steel Hour
Starring:
James Dean, Andy Griffith, Betty White, Dina Merrill, Roy Scheider, Fred MacMurray, Alexis Smith
Directed By:
Alex Segal, Paul Bogart, Tom Donovan, Daniel Petrie, Bruce Minnix
Letter to Loretta (1953)
Letter to Loretta
Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Elinor Donahue, Frances Bavier, Denver Pyle, Loretta Young, Charles Bronson, Michael Landon
Directed By:
John Newland, Richard Donner, Jeffrey Hayden, Norman Foster, Harry Keller
The Philco Television Playhouse (1948)
The Philco Television Playhouse
Starring:
Sidney Poitier, George Reeves, Sal Mineo, Vivian Vance, Cliff Robertson, Audra Lindley, Eli Wallach
Directed By:
Delbert Mann, Fred Coe, Gordon Duff, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Penn
Goodyear Television Playhouse (1951)
Goodyear Television Playhouse
Starring:
Celeste Holm, Eva Gabor, Larry Hagman, Joanne Woodward, Steven McQueen, Werner Klemperer, Patricia Neal
Directed By:
Paul Stanley, Robert Mulligan, Jack Smight, Herbert Hirschman, Delbert Mann
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (1950)
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse
Starring:
Helen Hayes, Barbara Bel Geddes, Eva Gabor, Cloris Leachman, Anthony Quinn, Vincent Price, John Forsythe
Directed By:
Charles S. Dubin, Alex Segal, Frank Telford, Lawrence Carra
Willys Theatre Presenting Ben Hecht's Tales of the City (1953)
Willys Theatre Presenting Ben Hecht's Tales of the City
Starring:
Olga Baclanova, Ben Hecht, Madeleine Carroll, Gary Merrill
Studio One (1948)
Studio One
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Jerry Stiller, Bea Arthur, Ed Asner, Jack Klugman, Gena Rowlands, Elsa Lanchester
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Tom Donovan, Allen Reisner, Robert Mulligan
Seasons of Love (1999)
Seasons of Love
Starring:
Rip Torn, Peter Strauss, Rachel Ward, John Finn
Hawaii Five-O (1968)
Hawaii Five-O
Starring:
Jeff Daniels, Slim Pickens, George Chakiris, George Lazenby, Sam Elliott, Bert Convy, Eleanor Parker
Directed By:
Michael O'Herlihy, Charles S. Dubin, Paul Stanley, Allen Reisner, Richard Benedict
The Motorola Television Hour (1953)
The Motorola Television Hour
Starring:
Roger Moore, Jack Palance, Jane Wyatt, Christopher Walken, Lee Marvin, Helen Hayes, Walter Matthau
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson, Don Richardson
Norman Corwin Presents (1972)
Norman Corwin Presents
Starring:
David McCallum, Donald Sutherland, Milton Berle, Bonnie Bedelia, Leslie Nielsen, Lorne Greene, Cicely Tyson
Directed By:
Charles S. Dubin, Lela Swift, Ted Post, Steve Binder, Norman Corwin
The DuPont Show of the Month (1957)
The DuPont Show of the Month
Starring:
Ben Gazzara, Richard Harris, Shelley Winters, Dick Van Patten, Joss Ackland, Harpo Marx, Anne Meara
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Ralph Nelson, Alex Segal, Sidney Lumet, Daniel Petrie
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Katy Jurado, Peter Graves, Tina Louise, Dorothy McGuire, Lloyd Bridges, Angela Lansbury
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
The Alcoa Hour (1955)
The Alcoa Hour
Starring:
Laurence Harvey, Diane Cilento, Sorrell Booke, George Peppard, Anne Bancroft, Vincent Price, Sal Mineo
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Herbert Hirschman, Norman Felton, Sidney Lumet, Kirk Browning
Actor's Studio (1948)
Actor's Studio
Starring:
James Doohan, Marlon Brando, Jack Klugman, Lee Grant, Grace Kelly, Jessica Tandy, Cloris Leachman
Directed By:
Yul Brynner, David Pressman, Alex Segal, Ralph Warren, Fred Carr
Play of the Week (1959)
Play of the Week
Starring:
Alice Ghostley, Ray Walston, Paul Lynde, Tom Bosley, Doris Roberts, Charles Grodin, Joyce Bulifant
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Henry Kaplan, Ralph Nelson, Don Richardson, Paul Bogart
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Bud Abbott, Ron Howard, Mel Blanc, Amanda Blake, James Coburn, Irene Dunne
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen

Hume Cronyn Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards
To Dance with the White Dog Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special 1994
Broadway Bound Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Special 1992
Age-Old Friends Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special 1990