Alan Baxter

Highest Rated:
90% Judgment at Nuremberg (1961)
Lowest Rated:
21% Paint Your Wagon (1969)
Birthday:
Nov 19
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Not Available

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Barriers
  • Director
-- 1999
57% Willard
  • Walter T. Spencer
-- 1971
80% Chisum
  • Gov. Axtell
-- 1970
21% Paint Your Wagon
  • Mr. MacFenty
-- 1969
Welcome to Hard Times (Killer on a Horse)
  • Jack Millay
-- 1967
64% This Property Is Condemned
  • Knopke
-- 1966
90% Judgment at Nuremberg
  • Gen. Merrin
-- 1961
The Mountain Road
  • Gen. Loomis
-- 1960
Face of a Fugitive
  • Reed Williams
-- 1959
86% The True Story of Jesse James
  • Remington
-- 1957
83% The Set-Up
  • Little Boy
-- 1949
She Shoulda Said No
  • Markey
-- 1949
80% The Human Comedy
  • Brad Stickman
-- 1943
Behind Prison Walls
  • Jonathan MacGlennon
-- 1943
Submarine Base
  • Joe Morgan
-- 1943
Pilot #5
  • Winston Davis
-- 1943
80% Saboteur
  • Mr. Freeman
-- 1942
Borrowed Hero
  • Roger Andrews
-- 1941
83% Shadow of the Thin Man
  • Whitey Barrow
-- 1941
Santa Fe Trail
  • Oliver Brown
-- 1940
80% Abe Lincoln in Illinois
  • Billy Herndon
-- 1940
In Name Only
  • Charley Drunk in Bar
-- 1939
Let Us Live
  • Joe Lindon
-- 1939
Each Dawn I Die
  • Pole Cat Carlisle
-- 1939
Wide Open Faces
  • Tony
-- 1938
It Could Happen to You
  • Bob Ames
-- 1937
The Last Gangster
  • Acey Kile
-- 1937
Big Town Girl
  • James Mead
-- 1937
Night Key
  • John Baron
-- 1937
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine
  • Clayt Tolliver
-- 1936
13 Hours by Air (Thirteen Hours by Air)
  • Curtis Palmer
-- 1936
Big Brown Eyes
  • Cary Butler
-- 1936
Wings in the Dark
  • Actor
-- 1935

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Quotes from Alan Baxter's Characters

    1. Gen. Merrin: To Lawson: Look, I'm not your commanding officer. I can't influence your decision, and I don't want to. But I want to give this to you, and I want to give it to you straight. We need the help of the German people. And you don't get the help of the German people...by sentencing their leaders to stiff prison sentences. The thing to do is survive, isn't it? Survive as best we can, but survive.
    From Judgment at Nuremberg. Submitted by Victor M (20 months ago)
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