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List of Fredric March Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
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The Best Years of Our Lives
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The Best Years of Our Lives is an Oscar-winning American drama film which tells the story of three World War II veterans, who return home to a small town in America, only to find that they and their families have been changed irreparably. 

Role:
Al Stephenson (as Frederic March)
Starring:
Blake Edwards, Myrna Loy, Dana Andrews, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
2. Inherit the Wind (1960)
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2
Inherit the Wind
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The film is based on the true facts of ‘Scopes Monkey Trial’ of 1925. Bertram Cates, a Tennessee science teacher is arrested for violating Butler Act by teaching Darwin’s theory of Evolution. The case attracts the attention of entire nation when the two formidable lawyers fight the case: the atheist lawyer Henry Drummond defends Cates, while evangelist and former presidential candidate Matthew Brady is the prosecutor. 

Role:
Matthew Harrison Brady
Starring:
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
3. Seven Days in May (1964)
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Seven Days in May
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After the President offers his support to a nuclear disarmament treaty, several military leaders in the US plan to overthrow him, as they fear an attack from the Soviets.

Role:
President Jordan Lyman
Starring:
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
4. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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Role:
Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Edward Hyde
Starring:
Holmes Herbert, Miriam Hopkins, Halliwell Hobbes, Rose Hobart
Directed By:
Rouben Mamoulian
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
5. The Desperate Hours (1955)
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The Desperate Hours
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The Desperate Hours is a crime drama thriller film which revolves around three escaped convicts, who target a house in a suburban neighborhood, where they plan to hide until midnight, after being delivered money by an accomplice. They take a family hostage, but things get ugly, when the delivery does not take place, and their stay extends.

Role:
Dan C. Hilliard
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Martha Scott, Dewey Martin, Arthur Kennedy
Directed By:
6. Les Misérables (1935)
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Les Misérables
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Role:
Jean Valjean / Champmathieu
Starring:
Charles Laughton, John Carradine, Rochelle Hudson, Frances Drake, Cedric Hardwicke
Directed By:
Richard Boleslawski
7. A Star Is Born (1937)
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A Star Is Born
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Role:
Norman Maine
Starring:
Janet Gaynor, Adolphe Menjou, May Robson, Andy Devine
Directed By:
Jack Conway, William A. Wellman
8. Middle of the Night (1959)
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Middle of the Night
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A wealthy garment manufacturer, Jerry Kingsley, in his 60s strikes up a romance with twenty-four year old Betty, after the death of his wife. However, the relationship is denounced by Lillian, his daughter. It is also discouraged by his sister and dismissed by Betty's mother. Betty, too, starts having mixed feelings the moment Jerry mentions marriage. Will they walk down the aisle?

Starring:
Lee Grant, Glenda Farrell, Kim Novak, Jan Norris
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
9. Death of a Salesman (1951)
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Death of a Salesman
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Role:
Willy Loman
Starring:
Mildred Dunnock, Cameron Mitchell, Kevin McCarthy, Howard Smith
Directed By:
Laslo Benedek
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Drama
10. Nothing Sacred (1937)
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Nothing Sacred
TV-PG
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Role:
Wally Cook
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Hattie McDaniel, Charles Winninger, Walter Connolly, Sig Ruman
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
11. I Married a Witch (1942)
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I Married a Witch
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Jennifer is a 300 year old witch living in the 20th century, who decides to torture a politician named Wallace Wooley, as he is a descendant of the very family that used to persecute witches centuries ago. Wallace is unhappily engaged, and Jennifer decides to make things even more miserable for him, by making him fall for her with the help of a love potion. However, things take a hilarious turn when she ends up taking the potion herself.

Role:
Jonathan Wooley / Nathaniel Wooley / Samuel Wooley / Wallace Wooley
Starring:
Susan Hayward, Robert Benchley, Cecil Kellaway, Veronica Lake
Directed By:
René Clair
12. The Iceman Cometh (1973)
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The Iceman Cometh
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Role:
Harry Hope
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Lee Marvin, Jeff Bridges, Bradford Dillman, Robert Ryan
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
13. Hombre (1967)
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Hombre
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Hombre is a Western film which tells the story of John Russell, a white man who grew up among Native Indians. This makes him the subject of racism, but when the people are attacked by outlaws, he becomes their only hope for survival.

Role:
Favor
Starring:
Paul Newman, Diane Cilento, Cameron Mitchell, Richard Boone
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
14. Design for Living (1933)
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Design for Living
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Role:
Thomas B. 'Tom' Chambers
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Miriam Hopkins, Edward Everett Horton, Franklin Pangborn
Directed By:
Ernst Lubitsch
15. Anna Karenina (1935)
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Anna Karenina
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Role:
Count Vronsky
Starring:
Greta Garbo, May Robson, Freddie Bartholomew, Maureen O'Sullivan
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
16. Man on a Tightrope (1953)
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Man on a Tightrope
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A circus-owner in Communist Czechoslovakia has been ordered to insert Marxist messages into his acts. Many of his men have also been conscripted and his equipments declared government property.  Unable to operate his circus the way he wants he finally decides to flee with his entire troop. But escaping from Communist regime is not easy.  His daughter’s affair further complicates the matter. 

Role:
Karel Cernik
Starring:
Adolphe Menjou, Gloria Grahame, Cameron Mitchell, Terry Moore
Directed By:
17. The Adventures of Mark Twain (1944)
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The Adventures of Mark Twain
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The biographical movie is a depiction of Samuel Langhorne Clemens’ journey from humblest of beginnings to one of the most beloved authors of all time, Mark Twain. As Sam becomes a famous humorist and later a renowned author, he marries the love of his life Olivia, thus fulfilling all his dreams. 

Role:
Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain)
Starring:
Alexis Smith, John Carradine, Donald Crisp, Alan Hale, C. Aubrey Smith
Directed By:
Irving Rapper
18. Another Part of the Forest (1948)
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Another Part of the Forest
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Role:
Marcus Hubbard
Starring:
Florence Eldridge, Edmond O'Brien, Dan Duryea, Ann Blyth
Directed By:
Michael Gordon
19. Manslaughter (1930)
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Manslaughter
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A spoiled young rich girl is sent to prison after she runs down a pedestrian by accident. Her life takes a turn and she learns more about life and people, whom she never thought to exist. After her release, she starts falling for the District Attorney who had prosecuted her case.

Role:
Dan O'Bannon
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Richard Tucker, Natalie Moorhead, Emma Dunn
Directed By:
George Abbott
20. Death Takes a Holiday (1934)
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Death Takes a Holiday
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Role:
Prince Sirki / Death
Starring:
Evelyn Venable, Katharine Alexander, Guy Standing, Gail Patrick
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
21. Executive Suite (1954)
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Executive Suite
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Role:
Loren Phineas Shaw
Starring:
William Holden, Barbara Stanwyck, Shelley Winters, John Banner, June Allyson, Walter Pidgeon
Directed By:
Robert Wise
22. The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)
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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
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Role:
Ralph Hopkins
Starring:
Gregory Peck, Keenan Wynn, Lee J. Cobb, Marisa Pavan, Jennifer Jones
Directed By:
Nunnally Johnson
23. The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)
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The Barretts of Wimpole Street
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Role:
Robert Browning
Starring:
Norma Shearer, Charles Laughton, Katharine Alexander, Maureen O'Sullivan
Directed By:
Sidney Franklin
24. One Foot in Heaven (1941)
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One Foot in Heaven
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William Spence is a medical student who is soon going to be a doctor. While passing a Methodist church one Sunday, he receives a ‘Divine Calling’, after which he decides to join the ministry. His fiancée accepts his decision, although his would-be in-laws are disappointed. Over the years, he struggles to build a balance between the church and the state, as he moves from one parish to another, along with his family.  

Role:
William Spence
Starring:
Beulah Bondi, Gene Lockhart, Martha Scott, Elisabeth Fraser
Directed By:
Irving Rapper
25. Strangers in Love (1932)
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Strangers in Love
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Role:
Buddy Drake / Arthur Drake
Starring:
Kay Francis, Stuart Erwin, George Barbier, Juliette Compton
Directed By:
Lothar Mendes
26. Tonight Is Ours (1933)
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Tonight Is Ours
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Tonight is Ours is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a princess whose life is turns upside down after she falls for a handsome and young French man.

Role:
Sabien Pastal
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Alison Skipworth, Paul Cavanagh, Arthur Byron
Directed By:
Stuart Walker
27. Victory (1940)
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Victory
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Role:
Hendrik Heyst
Starring:
Alan Ladd, Sig Ruman, Cedric Hardwicke, Jerome Cowan
Directed By:
John Cromwell
28. The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)
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The Eagle and the Hawk
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During World War 1, the killings take a toll on the mental health of ace pilot Lt. Jerry Young. He goes to London to recuperate. In his absence, his friend Lt. Mike Richards is killed in action and Jerry blames his other friend Henry. When Jerry finally returns to duty, the brutality of war pushes him over the edge. 

Role:
Jerry Young
Starring:
Cary Grant, Carole Lombard, Jack Oakie, Guy Standing
Directed By:
Stuart Walker
29. So Ends Our Night (1941)
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So Ends Our Night
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After being discovered as half-Jew, Ludwig Kern is jailed and his passport is seized. Later, he travels to Czechoslovakia with anti-Nazi Josef Steiner, and meets Jew refugee Ruth Holland. Ludwig and Ruth fall in love, while Josef tries to see his ailing wife in Germany. With commencement of WWII, as Nazis invade European countries, the three refugees try to evade the advancing army. 

Role:
Josef Steiner
Starring:
Glenn Ford, Margaret Sullavan, Erich von Stroheim, Anna Sten, Frances Dee
Directed By:
John Cromwell
30. The Sign of the Cross (1932)
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The Sign of the Cross
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Role:
Marcus Superbus, Prefect of Rome
Starring:
John Carradine, Claudette Colbert, Charles Laughton, Ian Keith, Elissa Landi
Directed By:
31. Smilin' Through (1932)
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Smilin' Through
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The plot of the movie, adapted from the 1919 play by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin, concerns John Carteret who looses his fiancé, Moonyeen Clare on the wedding day. Years later, he is given the custody of a five year old Kathleen, Moonyeen‘s niece. A grown up Kathleen is the mirror image of her aunt and John adores her. However, he is aghast when she falls for the son of the man who killed Moonyeen.

Role:
Kenneth Wayne (credited) / Jeremy Wayne (uncredited)
Starring:
Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, Ralph Forbes, O.P. Heggie
Directed By:
Sidney Franklin
32. The Dark Angel (1935)
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The Dark Angel
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Kitty, Alan and his cousin, Gerald have been close friends since their childhood. Both Alan and Gerald are in love with Kitty while Kitty loves only Alan. Later, on leave from the front during the WWI, Allan proposes to Kitty, which she accepts joyfully. When they find no one to marry them, they decide to spend the night together. 

Role:
Alan Trent
Starring:
Merle Oberon, Herbert Marshall, John Halliday, Janet Beecher
Directed By:
Sidney Franklin
33. An Act of Murder (1948)
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An Act of Murder
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Role:
Judge Calvin Cooke
Starring:
Florence Eldridge, Stanley Ridges, Edmond O'Brien, Geraldine Brooks
Directed By:
Michael Gordon
34. The Road to Glory (1936)
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The Road to Glory
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The Road to Glory is a war drama film, which takes us to France, during the time of the First World War. It tells the story of a love triangle, which develops between a French commander who cares more for strategy than his soldiers, a free-thinking officer who is appalled by the decisions of his superior, and a nurse with whom both men fall in love.   

Role:
Lt. Michel Denet
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Warner Baxter, Gregory Ratoff, June Lang
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
35. Bedtime Story (1941)
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Bedtime Story
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The wife wants to retire from stage. But her playwright husband continues to work on his upcoming play, which is being written especially for her. Frustrated with that, she decides to leave home and get a divorce. But the husband is not ready to give up either, hatching up numerous plans to stop her not only from retiring, but also from leaving him. 

Role:
Luke Drake
Starring:
Loretta Young, Robert Benchley, Allyn Joslyn, Eve Arden
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
36. I sequestrati di Altona (1962)
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I sequestrati di Altona
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3

After being denounced by the Gestapo, a German war criminal hides in a secluded house owned by his rich father, for over 15 years, thinking that the war is still going on. 

Role:
Albrecht von Gerlach
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Maximilian Schell, Robert Wagner, Françoise Prévost
Directed By:
37. True to the Navy (1930)
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True to the Navy
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Miss Ruby Nolan is a counter girl working at a San Diego soda shop. She is pursued by a lot of sailors. However, her heart actually belongs to a man named Bull’s Eye McCoy. However, McCoy is someone who doesn’t want to be tied down to one woman.     

Role:
Bull's Eye McCoy
Starring:
Clara Bow, Harry Green, Rex Bell, Eddie Fetherston
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
38. The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1954)
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The Bridges at Toko-Ri
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2
Role:
Rear Adm. George Tarrant
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Grace Kelly, William Holden, Robert Strauss
Directed By:
Mark Robson
39. Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)
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Merrily We Go to Hell
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Romance develops between an heiress and an alcoholic journalist, which despite her father’s objection culminates into marriage. Although he becomes drunk off and on, she does not fail to stand by him and encourages him to write. But when she finds him cheating on her she announces she will also start dating. 

Role:
Jerry Corbett
Starring:
Cary Grant, Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher, Sylvia Sidney, Adrianne Allen
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
40. Tomorrow, the World! (1944)
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Tomorrow, the World!
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Based on a popular 1943 Broadway play of the same name, this 1944 black-and-white film tells the story of a young German boy, whose parents send him to the US to live with his uncle.  A firm believer in Nazism, due to his early years in the Hitler youth, Emil creates trouble for his uncle’s fiancée Leona, who is a Jew. 

Role:
Mike Frame
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Betty Field, Joan Carroll, Edit Angold
Directed By:
Leslie Fenton
41. The Buccaneer (1938)
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The Buccaneer
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This is a semi fictional account of Jean Lafitte, the well-known French pirate and privateer operating in the Gulf of Mexico and his involvement in the War of 1812.  When the woman he loves, agrees to marry him if he gives up piracy, he sets up a trading post to sell luxury goods. But, before long his past deeds catches up with him and he has to take up arms once again. 

Role:
Jean Lafitte
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Anthony Quinn, Margot Grahame, Akim Tamiroff
Directed By:
42. Laughter (1930)
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Laughter
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Role:
Paul Lockridge
Starring:
Frank Morgan, Nancy Carroll, Glenn Anders, Diane Ellis
Directed By:
Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast
43. My Sin (1931)
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My Sin
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3
Role:
Dick Grady
Starring:
Harry Davenport, Tallulah Bankhead, Scott Kolk, Anne Sutherland
Directed By:
George Abbott
44. Paris Bound (1929)
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Paris Bound
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3
Role:
Jim Hutton
Starring:
George Irving, Leslie Fenton, Carmelita Geraghty, Ann Harding
Directed By:
Edward H. Griffith
45. ...tick... tick... tick... (1970)
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...tick... tick... tick...
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African-American, Jim Price, is elected as the sheriff over former white sheriff, John Little, and faces opposition from everyone including Mayor Parks. When a white man, John Braddock, is arrested for manslaughter, his influential father hires vigilantes to save his son. John Little returns to help Jim Price and they are helped by the town people. 

Role:
Mayor Jeff Parks
Starring:
George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Jim Brown, George Kennedy, Don Stroud, Lynn Carlin
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
46. There Goes My Heart (1938)
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There Goes My Heart
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Role:
Bill Spencer
Starring:
Nancy Carroll, Alan Mowbray, Virginia Bruce, Patsy Kelly
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
47. Honor Among Lovers (1931)
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Honor Among Lovers
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3

Honor among Lovers is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Julia, a personal secretary working for Jerry Stafford, a Wall Street trader. She manages nearly everything for her boss.  Jerry starts falling for her, but she falls for another man named Philip, and therefore Jerry fires her from her job.

Role:
Jerry Stafford
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Claudette Colbert, Charles Ruggles, Monroe Owsley
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
48. The Royal Family of Broadway (1930)
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The Royal Family of Broadway
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Despite a successful stage career and belonging to a well-known family of actors, Julie Cavendish wants to retire. Meanwhile, her own daughter, Gwen, quarrels with her boyfriend about the acting life.

Role:
Tony Cavendish
Starring:
Ina Claire, Mary Brian, Charles Starrett, Henrietta Crosman
Directed By:
49. Anthony Adverse (1936)
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Anthony Adverse
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Role:
Anthony Adverse
Starring:
Olivia de Havilland, Anita Louise, Donald Woods, Edmund Gwenn
Directed By:
50. The Young Doctors (1961)
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The Young Doctors
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When Dr. David Coleman joins as an assistant pathologist at a country hospital, department head Dr. Pearson perceives him as a rival. Both doctors clash over many issues as Pearson insists on running his laboratory exactly the same way he always had, and tries to override Coleman’s suggestions. But following complications in two critical cases, both pathologists try to assess their judgments. 

Role:
Dr. Joseph Pearson
Starring:
Ben Gazzara, Eddie Albert, Ina Balin, Dick Clark
Directed By:
Phil Karlson
51. Trade Winds (1938)
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Trade Winds
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A comedy mystery film about a detective who chases a socialite accused of committing a murder. She must outwit him to avoid going to prison.

Role:
Sam Wye
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Sidney Blackmer, Joan Bennett, Ralph Bellamy
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
52. Make Me a Star (1932)
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Make Me a Star
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Make me a Star is a romantic comedy film, which revolves around Merton Gill, who longs to become a cowboy actor, and therefore, he leaves his hometown to try his luck in Hollywood. However, when his acting abilities are not appreciated, an actress starts to think that he might be a good comedian instead. 

Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, Claudette Colbert, Gary Cooper, Stuart Erwin, Joan Blondell, Florence Roberts
Directed By:
William Beaudine
53. Good Dame (1934)
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Good Dame
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Role:
Mace Townsley
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Noel Francis, Sylvia Sidney, Russell Hopton, Jack La Rue
Directed By:
Marion Gering
54. The Night Angel (1931)
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The Night Angel
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Role:
Rudek Berken
Starring:
Alan Hale, Nancy Carroll, Alison Skipworth, Phoebe Foster
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
55. Mary of Scotland (1936)
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Mary of Scotland
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Role:
Earl of Bothwell
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, John Carradine, Douglas Walton, Florence Eldridge
Directed By:
56. The Wild Party (1929)
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The Wild Party
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Wild girls at a college pay more attention to attending parties than their classes. One of these party girls, Stella, goes too far at a local bar and lands herself in trouble, and her professor comes to rescue her. She eventually wins the professor’s respect and accompanies him on a jungle expedition. 

Role:
James Gilmore
Starring:
Clara Bow, Marceline Day, Shirley O'Hara, Adrienne Dore
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
57. Albert Schweitzer (1957)
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Albert Schweitzer
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This biographical drama film, which had won an Oscar in the category of ‘Best Documentary’ revolves around the life of renowned philosopher, humanitarian, physician, writer and musician Albert Schweitzer, who had received the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1952.  

Role:
Albert Schweitzer (voice)
Starring:
Burgess Meredith, Albert Schweitzer, Helene Schweitzer, Zizi
Directed By:
Jerome Hill
58. The Devil (1921)
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The Devil
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Starring:
Sylvia Breamer, Edmund Lowe, George Arliss, Florence Arliss
Directed By:
James Young
59. Christopher Columbus (1949)
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Christopher Columbus
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Role:
Christopher Columbus
Starring:
Florence Eldridge, Francis L. Sullivan, Derek Bond, Kathleen Ryan
Directed By:
David MacDonald
60. We Live Again (1934)
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We Live Again
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A young servant girl is seduced and impregnated by a Russian prince. After she loses the baby and moves to the city, she descends into a life of poverty and prostitution. When the prince learns of her crimes, he feels guilty and attempts to redeem her and himself.

Role:
Prince Dmitri Ivanovich Nekhlyudov
Starring:
C. Aubrey Smith, Anna Sten, Sam Jaffe, Jane Baxter
Directed By:
Rouben Mamoulian
61. The Affairs of Cellini (1934)
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The Affairs of Cellini
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Renaissance artist-goldsmith Benevenuto Cellini of Florence, who is commissioned to do artwork for the Palace of Medici, sets his sight on the duchess of Florence, who reciprocates his feelings. Although the wavering, unintelligent duke Alessandro is smitten with Cellini’s model Angela, he orders Cellini to be hanged. But a series of ensuing twists and turns work out in favor of Cellini. 

Role:
Benvenuto Cellini
Starring:
Lucille Ball, Frank Morgan, Jessie Ralph, Constance Bennett, Fay Wray
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
62. Ladies Love Brutes (1930)
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3
Ladies Love Brutes
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Role:
Dwight Howell
Starring:
Mary Astor, George Bancroft, Stanley Fields, David Durand
Directed By:
Rowland V. Lee
63. The Marriage Playground (1929)
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3
The Marriage Playground
9
3
Role:
Martin Boyne
Starring:
Huntley Gordon, Lilyan Tashman, Mary Brian, Kay Francis,
Directed By:
Lothar Mendes
64. Paramount on Parade (1930)
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Paramount on Parade
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This musical film involves several stars such as Maurice Chevalier, Clara Bow, Skeets Gallagher, William Powell, and multiple stars, who appear in musical numbers.

Starring:
Jean Arthur, Maurice Chevalier, Clara Bow, Gary Cooper, George Bancroft, Rosita Moreno
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle, Edmund Goulding, Edwin H. Knopf, Victor Heerman, A. Edward Sutherland
65. All of Me (1934)
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All of Me
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Role:
Don Ellis
Starring:
Miriam Hopkins, George Raft, Helen Mack, Nella Walker
Directed By:
James Flood
66. It's a Big Country: An American Anthology (1951)
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It's a Big Country: An American Anthology
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Told in eight episodes, the film covers different facets of American culture and spirit. It all begins with a professor being asked by a fellow passenger during a train journey if he loves America, to which he responds by counter-asking, “Which America”. The simple question leads to the unfolding of diverse layers of American ethos.   

Starring:
James Whitmore, Ethel Barrymore, Janet Leigh, Gary Cooper, Keenan Wynn, Gene Kelly, Van Johnson
Directed By:
Don Weis, William A. Wellman, Clarence Brown, John Sturges, Charles Vidor
67. Alexander the Great (1956)
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Alexander the Great
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Role:
Philip of Macedonia
Starring:
Richard Burton, Christopher Lee, Claire Bloom, Barry Jones
Directed By:
Robert Rossen
68. The Studio Murder Mystery (1929)
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The Studio Murder Mystery
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3

The Studio Murder Mystery is a mystery crime film which tells the story of a womanizing actor named Richard Hardell, who is murdered at a film studio. Suspicion falls on his wife Blanche, his director Rupert, and a girl whom he had mistreated, as all of them seem to have a motive.

Role:
Richard Hardell
Starring:
Chester Conklin, Warner Oland, Neil Hamilton, Doris Hill,
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
69. Sarah and Son (1930)
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Sarah and Son
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Role:
Howard Vanning
Starring:
Ruth Chatterton, Gilbert Emery, Doris Lloyd, Fuller Mellish Jr.
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
70. Susan and God (1940)
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Susan and God
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Based on a 1937 play by Rachel Crothers, the 1940 comedy-drama film Susan and God follows the story of a society matron who discovers a new religious movement and becomes a changed woman. The drastic change in her personality affects the relationships around her. 

Role:
Barrie
Starring:
Joan Crawford, Rita Hayworth, John Carroll, Ruth Hussey
Directed By:
71. The Dummy (1929)
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The Dummy
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Role:
Trumbull Meredith
Starring:
Fred Kohler, Ruth Chatterton, John Cromwell, Mickey Bennett
Directed By:
Louis J. Gasnier, Robert Milton

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Frank Sinatra, Henry Fonda, Buster Keaton, Lauren Bacall, Audrey Hepburn, Rod Steiger, Paul Lynde
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, Cloris Leachman, Anne Bancroft, Lillian Gish, Jack Lemmon, Mary Wickes, John Forsythe
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Franklin J. Schaffner, Carl Beier
Shower of Stars (1954)
Shower of Stars
Starring:
Red Skelton, Jayne Mansfield, Mel Blanc, Elsa Lanchester, Shirley MacLaine, William Frawley, Vivian Vance
Directed By:
Ralph Levy, Seymour Berns
Lux Video Theatre (1950)
Lux Video Theatre
Starring:
Alfred Hitchcock, Roger Moore, Charles Bronson, Charlton Heston, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Bing Crosby
Directed By:
Richard Goode, Fielder Cook, Buzz Kulik, Earl Eby, Norman Morgan
Fredric March Presents Tales from Dickens (1958)
Fredric March Presents Tales from Dickens
Role:
Himself - Host / ... (13 episodes, 1958-1962)
Starring:
John Salew, Patricia Jessel, Martin Stephens, Robert Arditti
The Best of Broadway (1954)
The Best of Broadway
Starring:
Jackie Gleason, Dorothy McGuire, Art Carney, Alice Ghostley, Helen Hayes, Peter Lorre, Ethel Merman
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet, Paul Nickell, David Alexander
The DuPont Show of the Month (1957)
The DuPont Show of the Month
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Richard Harris, Elaine Stritch, Eli Wallach, Larry Hagman, Dick Van Patten, Elizabeth Montgomery
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Ralph Nelson, Alex Segal, Sidney Lumet, Daniel Petrie
Nash Airflyte Theatre (1950)
Nash Airflyte Theatre
Starring:
Barbara Bel Geddes, David Niven, Jane Wyatt, Grace Kelly, Cloris Leachman, William Gaxton
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, David Pressman

Fredric March Awards

Academy Awards
The Best Years of Our Lives Best Actor in a Leading Role 1947
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Best Actor in a Leading Role 1932
Golden Globe Awards
Death of a Salesman Best Actor - Drama 1952