Fredric March

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% Hombre (1967)
Lowest Rated:
0% Alexander the Great (1956)
Birthday:
Aug 31
Birthplace:
Racine, Wisconsin
Bio:
Born Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel in Racine, WI, he aspired to a career in business as a young man, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in economics after serving in the First World War as an artillery lieutenant. He entered the banking business in New York in 1920,…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Death of A Salesman
  • Actor
-- 2013
88% The Iceman Cometh
  • Harry Pope
-- 1973
...tick... tick... tick... (Tick tick tick)
  • Mayor Jeff Parks
-- 1970
100% Hombre
  • Alexander Favor
-- 1967
100% Seven Days in May
  • President Jordan Lyman
-- 1964
The Condemned of Altona (I Sequestrati di Altona)
  • Albrecht von Gerlach
-- 1963
Christmas Carol
  • Actor
-- 1962
The Young Doctors
  • Dr. Joseph Pearson
-- 1961
91% Inherit the Wind
  • Matthew Harrison Brady
-- 1960
Middle of the Night
  • Jerry Kingsley
-- 1959
Albert Schweitzer
  • Narrator
-- 1957
0% Alexander the Great
  • Philip of Macedonia
-- 1956
75% The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
  • Ralph Hopkins
-- 1956
83% The Desperate Hours
  • Dan Hilliard
-- 1955
100% Executive Suite
  • Loren Phineas Shaw
-- 1954
78% The Bridges at Toko-Ri
  • Rear Adm. George Tarrant
-- 1954
Man on a Tightrope
  • Karel Cernik
-- 1953
Death of a Salesman
  • Willy Loman
-- 1951
It's a Big Country
  • Papa Esposito
-- 1950
The Titan: Story of Michelangelo
  • Narrator
  • Director
-- 1950
Christopher Columbus
  • Christopher Columbus
-- 1949
98% The Best Years of Our Lives
  • Al Stephenson
-- 1946
The Adventures of Mark Twain
  • Mark Twain
-- 1944
Tomorrow the World
  • Mike Frame
-- 1944
100% I Married a Witch
  • Wallace Wooley
-- 1942
So Ends Our Night
  • Josef Steiner
-- 1941
100% One Foot in Heaven
  • Rev. William Spence
-- 1941
Bedtime Story
  • Lucius Drake
-- 1941
Susan and God
  • Barry Trexel
-- 1940
Land of Liberty
  • Actor
-- 1939
The Buccaneer
  • Jean Lafitte
-- 1938
There Goes My Heart
  • Bill Spencer
-- 1938
100% A Star Is Born
  • Norman Maine
-- 1937
100% Nothing Sacred
  • Wally Cook
-- 1937
13% Anthony Adverse
  • Anthony Adverse
  • Director
-- 1936
The Road to Glory
  • Lt. Michel Denet
-- 1936
Mary of Scotland
  • Earl of Bothwell
-- 1936
100% Anna Karenina
  • Count Vronsky
-- 1935
The Dark Angel
  • Alan Trent
-- 1935
100% Les Miserables
  • Jean Valjean
-- 1935
71% The Barretts of Wimpole Street
  • Robert Browning
-- 1934
We Live Again
  • Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov
-- 1934
83% Death Takes a Holiday
  • Prince Sirki
-- 1934
The Affairs of Cellini
  • Benvenuto Cellini
-- 1934
75% Design for Living
  • Tom Chambers
-- 1933
The Eagle and the Hawk
  • Jeremiah Young
-- 1933
33% The Sign of the Cross
  • Marcus Superbus
-- 1932
Smilin' Through
  • Jeremy Wayne
-- 1932
Merrily We Go to Hell
  • Jerry Corbett
-- 1932
Make Me a Star
  • Guest Star
-- 1932
93% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Dr. Henry Jekyll/Mr. Hyde
-- 1931
Sarah and Son
  • Howard Vanning
-- 1930
The Royal Family of Broadway
  • Tony Cavendish
-- 1930
Paramount on Parade
  • Guest Star
-- 1930
Laughter
  • Paul Lockridge
-- 1930
Paris Bound
  • Jim Hutton
-- 1929
The Wild Party
  • Gil Gilmore
-- 1929

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Quotes from Fredric March's Characters

    1. Norman Maine: Do you think I'm slipping?
    2. Oliver Niles: Can you take it?
    3. Norman Maine: Yeah, go ahead.
    4. Oliver Niles: The tense is wrong. You're not slipping - you've slipped.
    From A Star Is Born. Submitted by Matthew Y (2 years ago)
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