Gene Lockhart

Highest Rated:
100% Leave Her to Heaven (1945)
Lowest Rated:
40% The Strange Woman (1946)
Birthday:
Jul 18
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Canadian-born Gene Lockhart made his first stage appearance at age 6; as a teenager, he appeared in comedy sketches with another fledgling performer, Beatrice Lillie. Lockhart's first Broadway production was 1916's Riviera. His later credits on the Great White Way included Eugene O'Neill's Ah,…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (The Modern Miracle)
  • Thomas Sanders
-- 2000
Jeanne Eagels
  • Equity Board President
-- 1957
75% The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
  • Bill Hawthorne
-- 1956
83% Carousel
  • Starkeeper
-- 1956
World for Ransom
  • Alexis Pederas
-- 1954
Francis Covers the Big Town
  • Tom Henderson
-- 1953
Bells of Cockaigne
  • Actor
-- 1953
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
  • Actor
-- 1953
Androcles And The Lion
  • Menagerie keeper
-- 1953
Hoodlum Empire
  • Sen. Tower
-- 1952
A Girl in Every Port
  • Garvey
-- 1951
Hill Number One
  • Actor
-- 1951
Rhubarb
  • Thaddeus J. Banner
-- 1951
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain
  • Mr. Brock
-- 1951
Riding High
  • J.P. Chase
-- 1950
60% The Big Hangover
  • Charles Parkford
-- 1950
89% The Inspector General
  • The Mayor
-- 1949
Red Light
  • Warni Hazard
-- 1949
Down to the Sea in Ships
  • Andrew Bush
-- 1949
Madame Bovary
  • J. Homais
-- 1949
Joan of Arc
  • George De La Tremoille
-- 1948
Apartment for Peggy
  • Professor Edward Bell
-- 1948
That Wonderful Urge
  • Judge Parker
-- 1948
The Shocking Miss Pilgrim
  • Saxon
-- 1947
Cynthia
  • Dr. Fred I. Jannings
-- 1947
Her Husband's Affairs
  • Peter Winterbottom
-- 1947
Honeymoon
  • Prescott
-- 1947
96% Miracle on 34th Street
  • Judge Henry X. Harper
-- 1947
A Scandal in Paris
  • Richet
-- 1946
40% The Strange Woman
  • Isaiah Poster
-- 1946
60% The House on 92nd Street
  • Charles Ogden Roper
-- 1945
100% Leave Her to Heaven
  • Dr. Saunders
-- 1945
71% Going My Way
  • Ted Haines Sr.
-- 1944
Northern Pursuit
  • Ernst
-- 1943
Mission to Moscow
  • Vyacheslav Molotov
-- 1943
83% Madame Curie
  • Actor
-- 1943
80% Hangmen Also Die!
  • Emil Cruka
-- 1943
Forever and a Day
  • Screenwriter
  • Cobblewick
-- 1943
Juke Girl
  • Henry Madden
-- 1942
The Gay Sisters
  • Herschell Gibbon
-- 1942
You Can't Escape Forever
  • Carl Robelink
-- 1942
82% They Died with Their Boots On
  • Samuel Bacon
-- 1941
100% The Devil & Daniel Webster (All That Money Can Buy)
  • Squire Slossum
-- 1941
100% One Foot in Heaven
  • Preston Thurston
-- 1941
89% Meet John Doe
  • Mayor Lovett
-- 1941
International Lady
  • Sidney Grenner
-- 1941
The Sea Wolf
  • Dr. Louie Prescott
-- 1941
Billy the Kid
  • Dan Hickey
-- 1941
98% His Girl Friday
  • Sheriff Hartwell
-- 1940
Doctor Kildare Goes Home
  • George Winslow
-- 1940
South of Pago Pago
  • Lindsay
-- 1940
100% Edison, the Man
  • Mr. Taggart
-- 1940
80% Abe Lincoln in Illinois
  • Stephen Douglas
-- 1940
Blondie Brings Up Baby
  • C.P. Hazlip
-- 1939
Land of Liberty
  • Actor
-- 1939
Penrod's Double Trouble
  • Mr. Schofield
-- 1938
Listen, Darling
  • Mr. Drubbs
-- 1938
100% A Christmas Carol
  • Bob Cratchit
-- 1938
Of Human Hearts
  • Quid
-- 1938
Algiers
  • Regis
-- 1938
Sweethearts
  • Augustus Marlowe
-- 1938
Sinners in Paradise
  • Sen. Corey
-- 1938
Something to Sing About
  • Bennet O. Regan
-- 1937
100% Make Way for Tomorrow
  • Mr. Henning
-- 1937
The Devil Is a Sissy
  • Actor
-- 1936
Earthworm Tractors (A Natural Born Salesman)
  • George Healey
-- 1936
The Gorgeous Hussy
  • Maj. O'Neal
-- 1936
Brides Are Like That
  • John Robinson
-- 1936
Wedding Present
  • Archduke
-- 1936
The Garden Murder Case
  • Lowe Hammie
-- 1936
Crime and Punishment
  • Lushin
-- 1935
Star of Midnight
  • Horatio Swayne
-- 1935
Captain Hurricane
  • Capt. Jeremiah
-- 1935

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Quotes from Gene Lockhart's Characters

    1. Dr. Louie Prescott: What's the matter, haven't you seen a man dressed up before?
    From The Sea Wolf. Submitted by Don G (17 months ago)
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