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…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Murnau, Borzage & Fox
  • Actor
-- 2008
75% It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
  • Capt. C.G. Culpepper
-- 2003
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
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
The Mountain
  • Zachary Teller
-- 1956
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
Cass Timberlane
  • Cass Timberlane
-- 1947
20% The Sea of Grass
  • Col. Jim Brewton
-- 1947
Without Love
  • Pat Jamieson
-- 1945
100% Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo
  • Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle
-- 1944
A Guy Named Joe
  • Pete Sandidge
-- 1944
100% The Seventh Cross
  • George Heisler
-- 1944
Keeper of the Flame
  • Stephen O'Malley
-- 1942
90% Woman of the Year
  • Sam Craig
-- 1942
Tortilla Flat
  • Pilon
-- 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
Land of Liberty
  • Actor
-- 1939
Stanley and Livingstone
  • Henry M. Stanley
-- 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
Riff Raff
  • Dutch Miller
-- 1936
80% Libeled Lady
  • Warren Haggerty
-- 1936
100% Fury
  • Joe Wilson
-- 1936
100% San Francisco
  • Father Tim Mullin
-- 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
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
Me and My Gal
  • Dan Dolan
-- 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 (19 months ago)
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