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List of Spencer Tracy Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Judgment at Nuremberg (1961)
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Judgment at Nuremberg
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This is a dramatized version of 3rd Nuremberg trial for war crimes held by the US authorities after WWII. Four German judges, who officiated during the Nazi regime, are tried before Chief Trial Judge Dan Haywood for crimes against humanity. Haywood has the most challenging task of deciding whether they are guilty of international crimes or were observing the orders of their government. 

Role:
Chief Judge Dan Haywood
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
2. Inherit the Wind (1960)
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Inherit the Wind
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9

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:
Henry Drummond
Starring:
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
3. Captains Courageous (1937)
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Captains Courageous
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4

During the 1920s, a spoilt young man onboard an ocean liner falls into the sea by accident due to a prank. Luckily, he is picked up by a fishing boat. Now, he has no option but to adapt to the ways of the fishermen, if he wants to survive.  

Role:
Manuel
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, John Carradine, Lionel Barrymore, Melvyn Douglas, Charley Grapewin
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
4. Fury (1936)
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Fury
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5

Don "Wardaddy" Collier embarks on a mission with his crew of five members. The mission is sure to put many lives in danger. As they begin, they realize that the odds are against them, but they still decide to go on with the task of attacking the Nazi army.

Role:
Joe Wilson
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Sylvia Sidney, Bruce Cabot, Edward Ellis
Directed By:
5. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967)
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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
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Joanna is a young woman who was raised with liberal values. One day, when she brings home her fiance, who is an African-American widowed physician, her parent’s attitudes are challenged. 

Role:
Matt Drayton
Starring:
Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn, Cecil Kellaway, Katharine Houghton
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actor
6. Libeled Lady (1936)
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Libeled Lady
TV-G
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4

When wealthy socialite Connie Allenbury is falsely accused of breaking up a marriage, she decides to sue the New York Evening Star for libel for $ 5 million. Unsure of what to do, Warren Haggerty, the managing editor, turns to former reporter Bill Chandler, hoping that he can help him. He tries to come up with a story to frame her, and make the false story seem true.

Role:
Warren Haggerty
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Hattie McDaniel, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Walter Connolly
Directed By:
Jack Conway
7. Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)
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Bad Day at Black Rock
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8

Bad Day at Black Rock is a mystery crime thriller drama film which tells the story of a one-armed stranger who comes to a small town. He knows about their terrible past which they want to keep hidden, even by violent means, is required.

Role:
John J. Macreedy
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Walter Brennan, Lee Marvin, Robert Ryan, Anne Francis
Directed By:
John Sturges
9. Adam's Rib (1949)
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Adam's Rib
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8

Adam and his wife Amanda who are both lawyers find themselves on the same case, on opposite sides. The case which involves a woman, who shot her cheating husband, turns their domestic life upside down.

Role:
Adam Bonner
Starring:
Judy Holliday, Katharine Hepburn, Tom Ewell, David Wayne
Directed By:
11. The Last Hurrah (1958)
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4
The Last Hurrah
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4
Role:
Mayor Frank Skeffington
Starring:
John Carradine, Anna Lee, Pat O'Brien, Basil Rathbone
Directed By:
12. Woman of the Year (1942)
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Woman of the Year
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6

Woman of the Year is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of Sam and Tess, two reporters working for a press who dislike each other. But eventually they fall for one another and get married. However, after Tess gets elected as ‘Woman of the Year’, her life gets busy and hectic and Sam begins to feel lonely.

Role:
Sam Craig
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Reginald Owen, Minor Watson, Fay Bainter
Directed By:
George Stevens
13. Desk Set (1957)
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Desk Set
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5

Desk Set is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a young woman named Bunny, who works at the reference library of the Federal Brodcasting Network. She feels bored with her relationship with Mike Cutler, a rising network executive. When a engineer named Richard Summer is hired to install an advanced machine at her library, she begins to fall for him.  

Role:
Richard Sumner
Starring:
Dina Merrill, Katharine Hepburn, Gig Young, Joan Blondell
Directed By:
Walter Lang
14. Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944)
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Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo
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After the Pearl Harbor attack, Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle of the US Army Air Force is forced to leave his pregnant wife behind, in order to take part in a top-secret mission. He warns his crew about the importance and danger of the mission, and tells them that they should opt out if they have to, especially if they have wives and families. It is soon revealed that the mission involves bombing five Japanese cities.

Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Blake Edwards, Van Johnson, Robert Walker, Don DeFore
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
15. Boys Town (1938)
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Boys Town
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A death row prisoner tells Father Edward Flanagan that he would not have lived a life of crime only if he had a single friend in life. Therefore, Father Edward Flanagan makes the decision to build a home for young boys. Things go smoothly until he meets a very complicated child.

Role:
Father Flanagan
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Gene Reynolds, Henry Hull, Leslie Fenton
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
16. San Francisco (1936)
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San Francisco
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Blackie Norton hires Mary Blake as a singer in his bar named The Paradise Club. Over some time, Mary gains a lot of popularity. She is soon noticed by socialite Jack Burley and Maestro Baldini of the Tivoli Opera. They approach her and offer her an opportunity to do opera, but it seems that Blackie has her under a two-year contract. However, things turn sour between Blackie and Mary, when he makes up posters featuring her in tights, and she decides to break her contract and leave for the Tivoli.  

Role:
Father Tim Mullin
Starring:
Clark Gable, D. W. Griffith, Jeanette MacDonald, Jack Holt, Jessie Ralph
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
17. State of the Union (1948)
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State of the Union
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Role:
Grant Matthews
Starring:
Angela Lansbury, Carl Switzer, Katharine Hepburn, Van Johnson, Adolphe Menjou
Directed By:
Frank Capra
18. Man's Castle (1933)
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Man's Castle
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3

Bill takes pity on a starving woman named Trina, after meeting her in a city park. He takes her to a fancy restaurant, but after finishing, he causes a ruckus, as he has no money as well. The manager has no option but to let them go. After learning that Trina is homeless, he decides to allow her to stay in his ramshackle home. They soon fall in love, but things get complicated when Trina tells him that she is now pregnant.

Role:
Bill
Starring:
Loretta Young, Glenda Farrell, Marjorie Rambeau, Walter Connolly
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
19. Father of the Bride (1950)
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Father of the Bride
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6

Stanley Banks is a successful suburban lawyer whose daughter Kay announces casually that she is in love with a man named Buckley, and that she has accepted his proposal. Although this makes Stanley uneasy, he realizes that his daughter is now grown up, and this day is inevitable. He tries to deal with the emotional pain of separating from her, and does his best to arrange for the wedding.

Role:
Stanley T. Banks
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Billie Burke, Joan Bennett, Don Taylor
Directed By:
20. Boom Town (1940)
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Boom Town
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4
Role:
Square John Sand
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr, Claudette Colbert, Clark Gable, Frank Morgan
Directed By:
Jack Conway
21. Edison, the Man (1940)
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3
Edison, the Man
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3
Role:
Thomas A. Edison
Starring:
Lynne Overman, Gene Lockhart, Charles Coburn, Rita Johnson
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
22. Northwest Passage (1940)
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Northwest Passage
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4
Role:
Major Rogers
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, Walter Brennan, Robert Young, Nat Pendleton
Directed By:
23. Stanley and Livingstone (1939)
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3
Stanley and Livingstone
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3
Role:
Henry M. Stanley
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Richard Greene, Charles Coburn, Nancy Kelly
Directed By:
Henry King, Otto Brower
24. Pat and Mike (1952)
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Pat and Mike
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5
Role:
Mike Conovan
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Katharine Hepburn, Carl Switzer, Aldo Ray, William Ching
Directed By:
25. Broken Lance (1954)
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4
Broken Lance
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4
Role:
Matt Devereaux
Starring:
Katy Jurado, Richard Widmark, Robert Wagner, Jean Peters
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
26. A Guy Named Joe (1943)
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A Guy Named Joe
TV-G
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Role:
Pete Sandidge
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Lionel Barrymore, Blake Edwards, James Gleason, Ward Bond
Directed By:
27. The People Against O'Hara (1951)
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The People Against O'Hara
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3

Retired recovering alcoholic lawyer, James Curtayne, is persuaded into taking the case of young boy Johnny O'Hara who is falsely accused of murder. Because of his bad handling of the case, Johnny ends up being found guilty. James takes matters into his own hands to prove Johnny’s innocence with fatal consequences. 

Role:
James P. Curtayne
Starring:
James Arness, Charles Bronson, Pat O'Brien, John Hodiak, Diana Lynn
Directed By:
John Sturges
28. The Murder Man (1935)
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The Murder Man
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3

Steve Grey, a famous New York, reporter pins the murder of corrupt businessman, Halford, on Halford’s partner, Henry Mander, who is sentenced to death. When Steve’s editor asks him to get an interview with Mander, the real truth comes out. 

Role:
Steve Grey
Starring:
James Stewart, Robert Barrat, Harvey Stephens, Virginia Bruce
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
29. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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6

Dr. Jekyll believes that every individual has a good side and an evil side, and to explore his evil side, he creates a potion that transforms him into Mr. Hyde, his dark and evil side, which kills Ivy, a woman who had expressed interest in Jekyll, and Sir Charles, the father of Jekyll’s fiancée.

Role:
Dr. Henry Jekyll / Mr. Hyde
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Lana Turner, Donald Crisp, Ian Hunter
Directed By:
30. Disorderly Conduct (1932)
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3
Disorderly Conduct
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3
Role:
Dick Fay
Starring:
El Brendel, Sally Eilers, Ralph Bellamy, Dickie Moore
Directed By:
John W. Considine Jr.
31. Shanghai Madness (1933)
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3
Shanghai Madness
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3
Role:
Pat Jackson
Starring:
Eugene Pallette, Fay Wray, Herbert Mundin, Ralph Morgan
Directed By:
John G. Blystone
32. Shoot the Works (1934)
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3
Shoot the Works
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3
Starring:
William Frawley, Roscoe Karns, Jack Oakie, Alison Skipworth
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
33. 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)
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20,000 Years in Sing Sing
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Role:
Tommy Connors
Starring:
Bette Davis, Arthur Byron, Lyle Talbot, Warren Hymer
Directed By:
34. Test Pilot (1938)
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Test Pilot
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Jim Lane is a test pilot, who lives a very dangerous life. During one of his flights, he is forced to make an emergency landing on a farmer’s field in Kansas. The farm belongs to the Barton family, and he meets and falls for their daughter Ann Barton. They impulsively decide to get married and to live in New York. However, Ann is upset by the fact that Jim always puts his work before her. She also begins to fear that she will become a widow, due to the dangerous nature of his work. 

Role:
Gunner Morse
Starring:
Clark Gable, Lionel Barrymore, Myrna Loy, Samuel S. Hinds
Directed By:
35. The Mountain (1956)
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The Mountain
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Role:
Zachary Teller
Starring:
Robert Wagner, Anna Kashfi, Claire Trevor, William Demarest, Barbara Darrow
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
36. Whipsaw (1935)
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Whipsaw
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3
Role:
Ross McBride
Starring:
Myrna Loy, William Harrigan, Harvey Stephens, Clay Clement
Directed By:
Sam Wood
37. The Power and the Glory (1933)
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3
The Power and the Glory
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3
Role:
Tom Garner
Starring:
Colleen Moore, Ralph Morgan, Helen Vinson, Phillip Trent
Directed By:
William K. Howard
38. Keeper of the Flame (1943)
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Keeper of the Flame
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4
Role:
Steven O'Malley
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Richard Whorf, Forrest Tucker, Margaret Wycherly
Directed By:
39. Men of Boys Town (1941)
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Men of Boys Town
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3

Father Flanagan is the head of Boys Town home for troubled children. When his young protégé Whitey Marsh goes to Marysport reform school, the brutal truth of Marysport is revealed, where boys are physically abused. Father Flanagan exposes the school and saves the boys. 

Role:
Father Flanagan
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Bobs Watson, Larry Nunn, Darryl Hickman
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
40. Mannequin (1937)
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Mannequin
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3

Jessie Cassidy plans to escape the poverty at her home and pushes her boyfriend Eddie Miller to marry her. But Eddie is a crook and convinces Jessie to work as a shopgirl. When shipping tycoon John L. Hennessey falls in love with Jessie, Eddie proposes a devious plan to steal Hennessey’s money. 

Role:
John L. Hennessey
Starring:
Joan Crawford, Alan Curtis, Ralph Morgan, Mary Philips
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
41. Me and My Gal (1932)
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3
Me and My Gal
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3

Danny is a police officer who falls for a waitress named Helen. However, things get complicated when Helen’s sister, Kate, falls for Duke, the same gangster whom Danny is pursuing.

Role:
Danny Dolan
Starring:
J. Farrell MacDonald, George Walsh, Joan Bennett, Marion Burns
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
42. Dante's Inferno (1935)
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3
Dante's Inferno
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3

Ambitious Jim Carter joins Pop McWade’s carnival and works for a show called ‘Dante’s Inferno,’ making it a big attraction. He marries Pop’s niece Betty and they have a son. Carter bribes an inspector who proclaims the show pier as unsafe. When the pier crashes injuring Pop, Carter faces trial while Betty leaves him. Despite this, he starts a new floating casino. 

Role:
Jim Carter
Starring:
Don Ameche, Rita Hayworth, Alan Dinehart, Claire Trevor, Henry B. Walthall
Directed By:
Harry Lachman
43. The Painted Woman (1932)
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3
The Painted Woman
6
3
Role:
Tom Brian
Starring:
William 'Stage' Boyd, Irving Pichel, Peggy Shannon, Raul Roulien
Directed By:
John G. Blystone
44. Face in the Sky (1933)
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3
Face in the Sky
6
3
Role:
Joe Buck
Starring:
Sam Hardy, Marian Nixon, Stuart Erwin, Sarah Padden
Directed By:
Harry Lachman
45. Without Love (1945)
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4
Without Love
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4
Role:
Pat Jamieson
Starring:
Lucille Ball, Keenan Wynn, Katharine Hepburn, Carl Esmond
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
46. The Actress (1953)
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The Actress
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4

Teenager Ruth Gordon Jones wants to drop out of school and move to New York City to pursue a career as a theater actress. However, her father, a former sailor working a menial job, who was once forced to leave school to seek work, wants her to become an instructor and marry handsome Harvard student Fred Whitmarsh.

Role:
Clinton Jones
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Teresa Wright, Mary Wickes, Jean Simmons, Ian Wolfe
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Drama
47. Edward, My Son (1949)
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Edward, My Son
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4

Starting with burning down his own business to fund little Edward's treatment from insurance money, Arnold Boult has continued to take desperate measures to protect his beloved son, even if it meant hurting people close to him. The situation takes a dire turn when he refuses to believe his wife's concerns that Edward has become alcoholic and immoral.

Role:
Arnold Boult
Starring:
Deborah Kerr, Ian Hunter, Mervyn Johns, James Donald
Directed By:
48. Malaya (1949)
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Malaya
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4

Right after the USA enters World War II, reporter John Royer secures the release of and enlists the help of his friend Carnaghan to smuggle much-needed rubber out of Japanese controlled Malaya. With a dangerous Japanese commander Tomura in pursuit, Royer and Carnaghan involve an old associate The Dutchman to help them.

Role:
Carnahan
Starring:
James Stewart, Lionel Barrymore, John Hodiak, Sydney Greenstreet, Valentina Cortese
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
49. Young America (1932)
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3
Young America
6
3
Role:
Jack Doray
Starring:
Doris Kenyon, Ralph Bellamy, Tommy Conlon, Raymond Borzage
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
50. Father's Little Dividend (1951)
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5
Father's Little Dividend
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5
Role:
Stanley Banks
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Billie Burke, Joan Bennett, Don Taylor
Directed By:
51. Cass Timberlane (1947)
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3
Cass Timberlane
6
3

Cass Timberlane, a middle-aged small-town judge with an immaculate reputation, falls in love with and marries Virginia ‘Jinny’ Marshland, a working-class girl, which creates ripples in his society. Feeling restless with the staid life, Jinny gets involved with Cass’s friend Bradd Criley, and leaving Cass, goes away with Bradd. Will she ever return to Cass? Can they share the same bond again?

Role:
Cass Timberlane
Starring:
Lana Turner, Mary Astor, Tom Drake, Zachary Scott
Directed By:
George Sidney
52. I Take This Woman (1940)
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3
I Take This Woman
6
3

This 1940 drama film revolves around a doctor who rescues a young woman while the latter tries to commit suicide due to a failed romance. The duo eventually get married, but in order to afford her expensive lifestyle, the doctor abandons his clinic services to the poor, and joins a famous hospital.  

Role:
Karl Decker
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr, Verree Teasdale, Kent Taylor, Laraine Day
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke, Frank Borzage, Josef von Sternberg
53. Big City (1937)
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3
Big City
6
3

Big City is an American drama film, which tells the story of Joe Benton, an independent taxi driver, who fights against corruption, and to stop his wife from being deported, after she is accused of murder. 

Role:
Joe Benton
Starring:
Luise Rainer, Eddie Quillan, Charley Grapewin, Janet Beecher
Directed By:
George B. Seitz, Frank Borzage
54. Quick Millions (1931)
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3
Quick Millions
6
3
Role:
Daniel J. 'Bugs' Raymond
Starring:
Sally Eilers, John Wray, Marguerite Churchill, Bob Burns
Directed By:
Rowland Brown
55. Looking for Trouble (1934)
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3
Looking for Trouble
6
3
Role:
Joe Graham
Starring:
Jack Oakie, Judith Wood, Arline Judge, Constance Cummings
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
56. Society Girl (1932)
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3
Society Girl
5
3
Role:
Briscoe
Starring:
Walter Byron, Peggy Shannon, James Dunn, Bert Hanlon
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
57. They Gave Him a Gun (1937)
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3
They Gave Him a Gun
6
3
Role:
Fred P. Willis
Starring:
Edgar Dearing, Franchot Tone, Mary Treen, Gladys George
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
58. Now I'll Tell (1934)
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3
Now I'll Tell
5
3

Golden is addicted to gambling, but he promises his wife that when he makes $ 200,000, he is going to quit it for good. However, when he loses a significant sum of money to a mobster, he has no other option but to pawn his wife’s jewelry.

Role:
Murray Golden
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Helen Twelvetrees, Henry O'Neill, Alice Faye
Directed By:
Edwin J. Burke
59. The Devil at 4 O'Clock (1961)
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4
The Devil at 4 O'Clock
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4
Role:
Father Matthew Doonan
Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Kerwin Mathews, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Grégoire Aslan
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
60. The Sea of Grass (1947)
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4
The Sea of Grass
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4
Role:
Col. James B. 'Jim' Brewton
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Melvyn Douglas, Robert Walker, Phyllis Thaxter
Directed By:
61. Plymouth Adventure (1952)
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4
Plymouth Adventure
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4

The movie is a fictionalized retelling of the Pilgrims’ voyage on board the Mayflower, to North America to establish the Plymouth Colony. As a love triangle with tragic consequences develops between the Capt. Christopher Jones, Dorothy Bradford, and her husband William Bradford, the movie also provides a description of the voyage. 

Role:
Capt. Christopher Jones
Starring:
Gene Tierney, Lloyd Bridges, Barry Jones, Van Johnson
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
62. Riffraff (1936)
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4
Riffraff
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4

Fisherman Dutch marries cannery worker Hattie, and quits his job to become the union leader; but a failed union strike leaves him jobless. Ashamed of his poverty, his pride makes him abandon Hattie, who then joins cannery boss Nick. As her love for Dutch never dies, she steals for him and gets a prison-term. Dutch, a changed person, waits for her return.  

Role:
Dutch Muller
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Mickey Rooney, Una Merkel, Joseph Calleia
Directed By:
J. Walter Ruben
63. Tortilla Flat (1942)
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4
Tortilla Flat
6
4
Role:
Pilon
Starring:
John Garfield, Hedy Lamarr, Frank Morgan, Akim Tamiroff
Directed By:
64. The Hard Guy (1930)
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3
The Hard Guy
5
3
Role:
Guy
Starring:
Katharine Alexander, Arch Hendricks, Pat Kearney, Valli Roberts
Directed By:
Arthur Hurley
65. The Show-Off (1934)
5
3
The Show-Off
5
3
Role:
J. Aubrey Piper
Starring:
Lois Wilson, Henry Wadsworth, Madge Evans, Grant Mitchell
Directed By:
Charles Reisner
66. Up the River (1930)
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Up the River
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5

The story focuses on the friendship between three prison convicts, Saint Louis, Dan and Steve. After his release, Steve heads for his hometown, where people are not aware of his criminal past. But in comes Frosby, a dishonest salesman, who blackmails him into taking part in a scheme to defraud the neighbors. When Louis and Dan learn about this, they escape from the prison to foil Frosby’s plan. 

Role:
Saint Louis
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Warren Hymer, William Collier Sr., Claire Luce
Directed By:
67. She Wanted a Millionaire (1932)
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3
She Wanted a Millionaire
5
3
Role:
William Kelley
Starring:
James Kirkwood, Joan Bennett, Dorothy Peterson, Una Merkel
Directed By:
John G. Blystone
68. Bottoms Up (1934)
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3
Bottoms Up
5
3

Wanda is an actress from Canada, who wins a contest to go to Hollywood. She falls for the promises of two con men Smoothie and Limey. They make up a story that Wanda is the daughter of a British lord, and she is eventually noticed by a cynical and drunken director named Hal.

Role:
'Smoothie' King
Starring:
Lucille Ball, John Boles, Herbert Mundin, Sid Silvers
Directed By:
David Butler
69. It's a Small World (1935)
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3
It's a Small World
5
3
Role:
Bill Shevlin
Starring:
Astrid Allwyn, Wendy Barrie, Raymond Walburn, Virginia Sale
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
70. 6 Cylinder Love (1931)
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3
6 Cylinder Love
5
3
Role:
William Donroy
Starring:
Edward Everett Horton, William Collier Sr., Sidney Fox, Una Merkel
Directed By:
Thornton Freeland
71. Marie Galante (1934)
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3
Marie Galante
5
3

Marie is kidnapped and taken aboard a ship. However, she manages to escape, and begins a new life as a singer, in order to earn her safe passage back home. However, she gets involved in a plot to destroy the canal.

Role:
Dr. Crawbett
Starring:
Stepin Fetchit, Ned Sparks, Helen Morgan, Ketti Gallian
Directed By:
Henry King
72. The Mad Game (1933)
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3
The Mad Game
4
3
Role:
Edward Carson
Starring:
Ralph Morgan, Howard Lally, Claire Trevor, J. Carrol Naish
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
73. Goldie (1931)
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3
Goldie
4
3

After finding Bill’s address book, Spike uses it to date women. When Bill and Spike eventually meet, they become friends. Things get interesting when they meet a woman named Goldie.    

Role:
Bill
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Warren Hymer, Jesse De Vorska, Leila Karnelly
Directed By:
Benjamin Stoloff
74. Sky Devils (1932)
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3
Sky Devils
4
3

Wilkie and Mitchell are trying their best to avoid being drafted into the Army during the First World War. They decide to stow away on a ship, unaware that it will lead them into the war zone.

Role:
Wilkie
Starring:
Ann Dvorak, William 'Stage' Boyd, George Cooper, Billy Bevan
Directed By:
A. Edward Sutherland
75. Taxi Talks (1930)
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2
Taxi Talks
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2
Role:
Taxi Driver
Starring:
Katharine Alexander, Mayo Methot, Roger Pryor, Evalyn Knapp
Directed By:
Roy Mack

Narrator/Dubbing

How the West Was Won (1962)
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How the West Was Won
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How the West Was Won is an epic Western film which takes us to the 19th century, and covers several events such as the Gold Rush, the Civil War, as well as the building of the railroads.

Role:
Narrated by (voice)
Starring:
James Stewart, Gregory Peck, John Wayne, Carroll Baker, Debbie Reynolds, Eli Wallach, George Peppard
Directed By:
The Old Man and the Sea (1958)
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The Old Man and the Sea
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Based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway, this adventure drama film tells the story of a Cuban fisherman who is ridiculed as he has been unable to catch anything for almost three months. Therefore, he vows to catch a legendary fish and sets out into the sea to prove his worth. Eventually, he is able to hook a huge marlin, but he is forced to battle the fish for three days and nights.  

Role:
The Old Man / Narrator
Starring:
Don Diamond, Harry Bellaver, Felipe Pazos, Don Blackman
Directed By:
Henry King, Fred Zinnemann, John Sturges

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Strong Arm (1930)
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The Strong Arm
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Role:
Prisoner (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Starring:
E.L. Fernandez, John Harrington, Henry O'Neill, Paul Harvey
Directed By:
Edmund Joseph
Young Tom Edison (1940)
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Young Tom Edison
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Based on the early life of inventor Thomas Edison, the movie follows young Tom as his mischiefs and chemical experiments brand him as a troublemaker. Eventually, Tom earns the respect of the townspeople after using science to save a train from plunging into a river and helping a surgeon operate on his mother. 

Role:
Man Admiring Portrait of Thomas A. Edison (uncredited)
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Fay Bainter, Eugene Pallette, Virginia Weidler
Directed By:
Norman Taurog

Spencer Tracy Awards

Academy Awards
Captains Courageous Best Actor in a Leading Role 1938
Boys Town Best Actor in a Leading Role 1939
Golden Globe Awards
The Actress Best Actor - Drama 1954
BAFTA Awards
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Best Actor 1969