Spencer Tracy

Highest Rated:
100% How the West Was Won (1963)
Lowest Rated:
20% The Sea of Grass (1947)
Birthday:
Apr 5
Birthplace:
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Bio:
Universally regarded among the screen's greatest actors, Spencer Tracy was a most unlikely leading man. Stocky, craggy-faced, and gruff, he could never be considered a matinee idol, yet few stars enjoyed greater or more consistent success. An uncommonly versatile performer, his consistently honest…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The Mountain
  • Zachary Teller
-- 2011
Murnau, Borzage & Fox
  • Actor
-- 2008
Vintage Classics - Hollywood Legends - 8 DVD Pack
  • Actor
-- 2003
Catastrophe! Hollywood Disaster Movies
  • Actor
-- 1996
The Spencer Tracy Legacy: A Tribute by Katharine Hepburn
  • Actor
-- 1987
George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey
  • Actor
-- 1984
That's Entertainment 2
  • Actor
-- 1976
67% Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
  • Matt Drayton
-- 1967
100% How the West Was Won
  • Narrator
-- 1963
75% It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
  • Capt. C.G. Culpepper
-- 1963
The Devil at 4 O'clock
  • Father Matthew Doonan
-- 1961
90% Judgment at Nuremberg
  • Judge Dan Haywood
-- 1961
91% Inherit the Wind
  • Henry Drummond
-- 1960
88% The Old Man and the Sea
  • The Old Man
-- 1958
88% The Last Hurrah
  • Frank Skeffington
-- 1958
100% Desk Set
  • Richard Sumner
-- 1957
97% Bad Day at Black Rock
  • John J. Macreedy
-- 1955
Broken Lance
  • Matt Devereaux
-- 1954
The Actress
  • Clinton Jones
-- 1953
90% Pat and Mike
  • Mike Conovan
-- 1952
Plymouth Adventure
  • Capt. Christopher Jones
-- 1952
100% Father's Little Dividend
  • Stanley T. Banks
-- 1951
People Against O'Hara
  • James Curtayne
-- 1951
93% Father of the Bride
  • Stanley T. Banks
-- 1950
Edward, My Son
  • Arnold Boult
-- 1949
Malaya
  • Carnahan
-- 1949
100% Adam's Rib
  • Adam Bonner
-- 1949
State of the Union (The World and His Wife)
  • Grant Matthews
-- 1948
20% The Sea of Grass
  • Col. Jim Brewton
-- 1947
Cass Timberlane
  • Cass Timberlane
-- 1947
Without Love
  • Pat Jamieson
-- 1945
100% The Seventh Cross
  • George Heisler
-- 1944
100% Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo
  • Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle
-- 1944
A Guy Named Joe
  • Pete Sandidge
-- 1944
Tortilla Flat
  • Pilon
-- 1942
Keeper of the Flame
  • Stephen O'Malley
-- 1942
90% Woman of the Year
  • Sam Craig
-- 1942
Men of Boys Town
  • Father Flanagan
-- 1941
65% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Dr. Harry Jekyll/Mr. Hyde
-- 1941
100% Northwest Passage
  • Maj. Robert Rogers
-- 1940
100% Edison, the Man
  • Thomas Alva Edison
-- 1940
Boom Town
  • Square John Sand
-- 1940
I Take This Woman
  • Karl Decker
-- 1940
Stanley and Livingstone
  • Henry M. Stanley
-- 1939
Land of Liberty
  • Actor
-- 1939
89% Boys Town
  • Father Flanagan
-- 1938
71% Test Pilot
  • Gunner Sloane
-- 1938
Big City
  • Actor
-- 1937
They Gave Him a Gun
  • Fred Willis
-- 1937
Mannequin
  • John L. Hennessey
-- 1937
92% Captains Courageous
  • Manuel
-- 1937
100% San Francisco
  • Father Tim Mullin
-- 1936
Riff Raff
  • Dutch Miller
-- 1936
80% Libeled Lady
  • Warren Haggerty
-- 1936
100% Fury
  • Joe Wilson
-- 1936
Dante's Inferno
  • Jim Carter
-- 1935
Whipsaw
  • Ross McBride
-- 1935
Now I'll Tell
  • Murray Golden
-- 1934
Marie Galante
  • Crawbett
-- 1934
The Power and the Glory
  • Tom Gardner
-- 1933
Man's Castle
  • Bill
-- 1933
Me and My Gal
  • Dan Dolan
-- 1932
Young America (We Humans)
  • Jack Doray
-- 1932
Disorderly Conduct
  • Dick Fay
-- 1932
She Wanted A Millionaire
  • William Kelley
-- 1932
20,000 Years in Sing Sing
  • Tom Connors
-- 1932
Quick Millions
  • "Bugs" Raymond
-- 1931
Goldie
  • Bill
-- 1931
The Hard Guy (The Tough Guy)
  • Actor
-- 1930
Up The River
  • St. Louis
-- 1930

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Quotes from Spencer Tracy's Characters

    1. Col. Tad Lawson: 'The hare was shot by the hunter in the field.' It's really quite simple.
    2. Capt. Harrison Byers: Colonel, I think we ought to be going.
    3. Judge Dan Haywood: Yes, we really shouldn't be discussing this.
    4. Col. Tad Lawson: No, Judge. We're fair Americans, and true-blue. We mustn't do anything that's out of order.
    From Judgment at Nuremberg. Submitted by Victor M (20 months ago)
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