Spencer Tracy

Biography

Spencer Bonaventure Tracy (April 5, 1900 – June 10, 1967) was an American actor, noted for his natural style and versatility. One of the major stars of Hollywood's Golden Age, Tracy won two Academy Awards for Best Actor from nine nominations, sharing the record for nominations in that category with...

63 titles Acting

7.8

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

1967 · Matt Drayton

7.6

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

1963 · C. G. Culpepper

7.1

How the West Was Won

1962 · Narrator (voice)

6.5

The Devil at 4 O'Clock

1961 · Father Matthew Doonan

8.2

Judgment at Nuremberg

1961 · Dan Haywood

8.2

Inherit the Wind

1960 · Henry Drummond

7.4

The Last Hurrah

1958 · Frank Skeffington

7.0

The Old Man and the Sea

1958 · The Old Man

7.3

Desk Set

1957 · Richard Sumner

6.8

The Mountain

1956 · Zachary Teller

7.8

Bad Day at Black Rock

1955 · John J. Macreedy

7.0

Broken Lance

1954 · Matt Devereaux

6.6

The Actress

1953 · Clinton Jones

6.4

Plymouth Adventure

1952 · Capt. Christopher Jones

7.0

Pat and Mike

1952 · Mike Conovan

6.6

Father's Little Dividend

1951 · Stanley Banks

6.8

The People Against O'Hara

1951 · James P. Curtayne

7.2

Father of the Bride

1950 · Stanley T. Banks

6.7

Malaya

1949 · Carnaghan

7.6

Adam's Rib

1949 · Adam Bonner

6.6

Edward, My Son

1949 · Arnold Boult

7.3

State of the Union

1948 · Grant Matthews

6.4

Cass Timberlane

1947 · Cass Timberlane

6.4

The Sea of Grass

1947 · Col. James Brewton

6.8

Without Love

1945 · Pat Jamieson

7.5

Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

1944 · Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle

7.4

The Seventh Cross

1944 · George Heisler

7.0

A Guy Named Joe

1944 · Pete Sandidge

6.8

Keeper of the Flame

1943 · Stevie O'Malley

7.3

Woman of the Year

1942 · Sam Craig

6.3

Tortilla Flat

1942 · Pilon

6.9

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

1941 · Dr. Henry 'Harry' Jekyll / Mr. Hyde

6.6

Men of Boys Town

1941 · Father Edward J. Flanagan

6.4

I Take This Woman

1940 · Karl Decker

7.1

Northwest Passage

1940 · Major Robert Rogers

7.1

Edison, the Man

1940 · Thomas A. Edison

6.9

Young Tom Edison

1940 · Man Admiring Portrait of Thomas A. Edison

7.1

Boom Town

1940 · Square John Sand

7.1

Stanley and Livingstone

1939 · Henry M. Stanley

6.9

Test Pilot

1938 · Gunner

6.4

Mannequin

1938 · John Hennessey

7.3

Boys Town

1938 · Father Edward J. Flanagan

6.4

Big City

1937 · Joe Benton

8.0

Captains Courageous

1937 · Manuel Fidello

6.4

They Gave Him a Gun

1937 · Fred P. Willis

7.3

San Francisco

1936 · Father Mullin

7.9

Fury

1936 · Joe Wilson

7.8

Libeled Lady

1936 · Warren Haggerty

6.4

Riffraff

1936 · Dutch

5.9

It's A Small World

1935 · Bill Shevlin

6.8

Dante's Inferno

1935 · Jim Carter

6.9

The Murder Man

1935 · Steven 'Steve' Grey

6.8

Whipsaw

1935 · Ross 'Mac' McBride aka Danny Ross Ackerman

6.6

Looking for Trouble

1934 · Joe Graham

6.0

The Show-Off

1934 · J. Aubrey Piper

6.4

Now I'll Tell

1934 · Murray Golden

5.8

Bottoms Up

1934 · 'Smoothie' King

5.8

Marie Galante

1934 · Dr. Crawbett

7.4

Man's Castle

1933 · Bill

6.7

Shanghai Madness

1933 · Pat Jackson

5.7

The Mad Game

1933 · Edward Carson

6.9

Face in the Sky

1933 · Joe Buck

6.9

The Power and the Glory

1933 · Tom Garner

7.1

20,000 Years in Sing Sing

1932 · Tommy Connors

6.6

Disorderly Conduct

1932 · Dick Fay

5.9

She Wanted a Millionaire

1932 · William Kelley

6.5

The Painted Woman

1932 · Tom Brian

6.6

Young America

1932 · Jack Doray

6.7

Me and My Gal

1932 · Danny Dolan

5.6

Sky Devils

1932 · Wilkie

5.8

Society Girl

1932 · Briscoe

5.6

Goldie

1931 · Bill

6.6

Quick Millions

1931 · Daniel J. 'Bugs' Raymond

5.2

Six Cylinder Love

1931 · William Donroy

6.1

Up the River

1930 · Saint Louis