Clifton Webb

Total Box Office:
Highest Rated:
100% The Man Who Never Was (1956)
Lowest Rated:
63% Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)
Nov 19
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Clifton Webb was the most improbable of movie stars that one could imagine -- in an era in which leading men were supposed to be virile and bold, he was prissy and, well, downright fussy. Where the actors in starring roles were supposed to lead with their fists, or at least the suggestion of…

Highest Rated Movies



Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Razor's Edge
  • Actor
-- 2001
Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender
  • Actor
-- 1997
Satan Never Sleeps (The Devil Never Sleeps) (Flight from Terror)
  • Father Bovard
-- 1962
Boy on a Dolphin
  • Victor Parmalee
-- 1957
100% The Man Who Never Was
  • Lt. Cmdr. Ewen Montagu
-- 1956
Woman's World
  • Gifford
-- 1954
63% Three Coins in the Fountain
  • John Frederick Shadwell
-- 1954
Mr. Scoutmaster
  • Robert Jordan
-- 1953
89% Titanic
  • Richard Ward Sturgess
-- 1953
  • Thornton Sayre
-- 1952
Belles on Their Toes
  • Frank Gilbreth
-- 1952
Stars and Stripes Forever (Marching Along)
  • John Philip Sousa
-- 1952
Cheaper By the Dozen
  • Frank Bunker Gilbreth
-- 1950
Sitting Pretty
  • Lynn Belvedere
-- 1948
83% The Razor's Edge
  • Elliott Templeton
-- 1946
100% The Dark Corner
  • Hardy Cathcart
-- 1946
100% Laura
  • Waldo Lydecker
-- 1944

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Quotes from Clifton Webb's Characters

    1. Waldo Lydecker: Goodbye, Laura. Goodbye... my Love.
    From Laura. Submitted by Christopher B (8 months ago)
    1. Waldo Lydecker: You seem to be completely disregarding something more important than your career: my lunch.
    2. Laura Hunt: Do you really believe that?
    3. Waldo Lydecker: Implicitly.
    4. Laura Hunt: I never heard of anything so selfish.
    5. Waldo Lydecker: In my case, self absorption is completely justified. I have never discovered any other subject quite so worthy of my attention.
    6. Laura Hunt: But, you write about people with such - real understanding and sentiment. That's what makes your columns so good.
    7. Waldo Lydecker: The sentiment comes easy at fifty cents a word.
    8. Laura Hunt: If that's the way you really feel - you must be very lonely.
    9. Waldo Lydecker: Will you kindly continue this character analysis elsewhere? You begin to bore me.
    From Laura. Submitted by Christopher B (8 months ago)
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