Lee Marvin

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% Monte Walsh (1970)
Lowest Rated:
0% Not as a Stranger (Morton Thompson's Not as a Stranger) (1955)
Birthday:
Feb 19
Birthplace:
New York, New York, USA
Bio:
Much like Humphrey Bogart before him, Lee Marvin rose through the ranks of movie stardom as a character actor, delivering expertly nasty and villainous turns in a series of B-movies before finally graduating to more heroic performances. Regardless of which side of the law he traveled, however, he…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Real Glory: Reconstructing 'The Big Red One'
  • Sergeant Possum
-- 2005
Bob Hope - Hope for the Holidays
  • Actor
-- 2004
Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman
  • Actor
-- 1998
Burning Cross
  • Actor
-- 1995
The Spencer Tracy Legacy: A Tribute by Katharine Hepburn
  • Actor
-- 1986
20% The Delta Force
  • Col. Nick Alexander
-- 1986
Dirty Dozen: The Next Mission
  • Maj. Reisman
-- 1985
Canicule (Dog Day)
  • Jimmy Cobb
-- 1983
Dog Day
  • Actor
-- 1983
77% Gorky Park
  • Jack Osborne
-- 1983
Death Hunt
  • Millen
-- 1981
91% The Big Red One
  • Sergeant Possum
-- 1980
Avalanche Express
  • Col. Harry Wargrave
-- 1979
The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (Wildcat)
  • Sam Longwood
-- 1976
60% Shout at the Devil
  • Flynn
-- 1976
The Spikes Gang
  • Harry Spikes
-- 1974
The Klansman
  • Director
  • Sheriff Bascomb
-- 1974
Emperor of the North Pole (Emperor of the North)
  • A No. 1
-- 1973
88% The Iceman Cometh
  • Hickey
-- 1973
70% Prime Cut
  • Nick Devlin
-- 1972
67% Pocket Money
  • Leonard
-- 1972
100% Monte Walsh
  • Monte Walsh
-- 1970
American Film Theatre - Bundle
  • Actor
-- 1970
21% Paint Your Wagon
  • Ben Rumson
-- 1969
Sergeant Ryker
  • Sgt. Paul Ryker
-- 1968
64% Hell in the Pacific
  • American Soldier
-- 1968
95% The Dirty Dozen
  • Maj. Reisman
-- 1967
Tonight Let's All Make Love in London
  • Actor
-- 1967
97% Point Blank
  • Walker
-- 1967
93% The Professionals
  • Rico (Henry Fardan)
-- 1966
Meanest Men in the West
  • Kalig
-- 1966
81% Ship of Fools
  • Bill Tenny
-- 1965
100% Cat Ballou
  • Kid Shelleen/Tim Strawn
-- 1965
80% The Killers
  • Charlie
-- 1964
60% Donovan's Reef
  • Thomas Aloysius "Boats" Gilhooley
-- 1963
93% The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
  • Liberty Valance
-- 1962
100% The Comancheros
  • Tully Crow
-- 1961
Missouri Traveler
  • Tobias Brown
-- 1958
11% Raintree County
  • Orville "Flash" Perkins
-- 1957
Attack
  • Col. Bartlett
-- 1956
The Rack
  • Capt. John R. Miller
-- 1956
100% 7 Men From Now (Seven Men from Now)
  • Bill Master
-- 1956
Shack Out on 101
  • "Slob"
-- 1955
0% Not as a Stranger (Morton Thompson's Not as a Stranger)
  • Brundage
-- 1955
Pete Kelly's Blues
  • Al Gannaway
  • Director
-- 1955
97% Bad Day at Black Rock
  • Hector David
-- 1955
I Died a Thousand Times
  • Babe Kossuck
-- 1955
67% Violent Saturday
  • Dill
-- 1955
A Life in the Balance
  • The Killer
-- 1955
92% The Caine Mutiny
  • Meatball
-- 1954
Gorilla at Large
  • Shaughnessy
-- 1954
Raid
  • Lt. Keating
-- 1954
80% The Wild One
  • Chino
-- 1953
The Stranger Wore a Gun
  • Director
  • Dan Kurth
-- 1953
Seminole
  • Sgt. Magruder
-- 1953
Gun Fury
  • Blinky
-- 1953
100% The Big Heat
  • Vince Stone
-- 1953
The Duel At Silver Creek
  • Tinhorn Burgess
-- 1952
Hangman's Knot
  • Rolph Bainter
-- 1952
We're Not Married
  • Pinkie
-- 1952
Eight Iron Men
  • Mooney
-- 1952
Diplomatic Courier
  • M.P. at Trieste
-- 1952
Hong Kong
  • Actor
-- 1951
You're in the Navy Now (U.S.S. Teakettle)
  • Actor
-- 1951
M-Squad
  • Actor
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Quotes from Lee Marvin's Characters

    1. Capt. Jesus Raza: You want perfection, or nothing. The revolution was never perfect. We fight because we believe, we leave because we are disilliusioned, we return because we are lost, we die because we are committed.
    2. Bill Dolworth: To die for a woman is even more foolish, any woman, even her.
    3. Bill Dolworth: My word to Grant 'aint worth a plug nickle.
    4. Rico (Henry Fardan): You gave your word to me.
    5. Hans Ehrengard: Mr Grant, I can make 'em go, but I can't make 'em do.
    From The Professionals. Submitted by William B (13 months ago)
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