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Walter Pidgeon

Walter PidgeonBorn: 23-Sep-1897
Birthplace: East St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
Died: 25-Sep-1984
Location of death: Santa Monica, CA
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Other (donated to UCLA Medical Center)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Bisexual [1]
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: How Green Was My Valley

[1] Scotty Bowers, Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars (2012).

Wife: Edna Pickles (m. 1922, d. 1923 during childbirth)
Wife: Ruth Walker (m. 12-Dec-1931)
Slept with: Scotty Bowers (gas station attendant)

    University: New England Conservatory of Music

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6414 Hollywood Blvd.

    Sextette (3-Mar-1978)
    Two Minute Warning (12-Nov-1976)
    Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (26-May-1976)
    The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case (26-Feb-1976)
    Murder on Flight 502 (21-Nov-1975)
    The Neptune Factor (26-Jun-1973)
    Harry in Your Pocket (1973) · Casey
    Skyjacked (24-May-1972)
    House on Greenapple Road (11-Jan-1970)
    Rascal (11-Jun-1969) [VOICE]
    Funny Girl (19-Sep-1968) · Florenz Ziegfeld
    Warning Shot (18-Jan-1967)
    How I Spent My Summer Vacation (7-Jan-1967)
    Cinderella (22-Feb-1965)
    Big Red (6-Jun-1962)
    Advise and Consent (6-Jun-1962) · Senate Majority Leader
    Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (12-Jul-1961)
    The Rack (2-Nov-1956)
    These Wilder Years (17-Aug-1956) · James Rayburn
    Forbidden Planet (15-Mar-1956) · Dr. Morbius
    Hit the Deck (3-Mar-1955)
    Deep in My Heart (9-Dec-1954) · J. J. Shubert
    The Last Time I Saw Paris (18-Nov-1954) · James Ellswirth
    Men of the Fighting Lady (7-May-1954)
    Executive Suite (6-May-1954) · Frederick Y. Alderson
    Dream Wife (19-Jun-1953) · Walter McBride
    Scandal at Scourie (17-May-1953) · Patrick J. McChesney
    The Bad and the Beautiful (25-Dec-1952) · Harry Pebbel
    Million Dollar Mermaid (4-Dec-1952) · Frederick Kellerman
    The Sellout (30-May-1952) · Haven D. Allridge
    The Unknown Man (16-Nov-1951)
    Calling Bulldog Drummond (2-Jul-1951)
    Soldiers Three (29-Mar-1951) · Col. Brunswick
    The Miniver Story (26-Oct-1950) · Clem Miniver
    That Forsyte Woman (3-Nov-1949) · Young Jolyon Forsyte
    The Red Danube (22-Sep-1949) · Col. Michael S. "Hooky" Nicobar
    Command Decision (23-Dec-1948) · Maj. Gen. Roland Goodlow Kane
    Julia Misbehaves (8-Aug-1948) · William Sylvester Packett
    If Winter Comes (31-Dec-1947) · Mark Sabre
    The Secret Heart (25-Dec-1946) · Chris Matthews
    Holiday in Mexico (15-Aug-1946) · Jeffrey Evans
    Weekend at the Waldorf (5-Oct-1945) · Chip Collyer
    Mrs. Parkington (12-Oct-1944) · Maj. Augustus Parkington
    Madame Curie (15-Dec-1943) · Pierre Curie
    The Youngest Profession (26-Feb-1943) · Himself
    Mrs. Miniver (4-Jun-1942) · Clem Miniver
    White Cargo (1942) · Harry Witzel
    Design for Scandal (Dec-1941) · Jeff Sherman
    How Green Was My Valley (28-Oct-1941) · Mr. Gruffydd
    Blossoms in the Dust (26-Jun-1941) · Sam Gladney
    Man Hunt (13-Jun-1941) · Capt. Alan Thorndike
    Flight Command (17-Dec-1940) · Squadron Cmdr. Billy Gary
    Sky Murder (27-Sep-1940) · Nick Carter
    Phantom Raiders (7-Jun-1940) · Nick Carter
    Dark Command (4-Apr-1940)
    It's a Date (19-Mar-1940) · John Arlen
    The House Across The Bay (1-Mar-1940)
    Nick Carter, Master Detective (13-Dec-1939) · Nick Carter
    Stronger Than Desire (30-Jun-1939) · Tyler Flagg
    6,000 Enemies (9-Jun-1939)
    Listen, Darling (18-Oct-1938) · Richard Thurlow
    Too Hot to Handle (16-Sep-1938) · Bill Dennis
    The Shopworn Angel (15-Jul-1938) · Sam Bailey
    The Girl of the Golden West (8-Mar-1938) · Jack Rance
    Man-Proof (7-Jan-1938) · Alan Wythe
    My Dear Miss Aldrich (17-Sep-1937) · Ken Morley
    Saratoga (23-Jun-1937) · Hartley Madison
    She's Dangerous! (24-Jan-1937)
    Big Brown Eyes (3-Apr-1936)
    Journal of a Crime (10-Mar-1934) · Florestan
    The Kiss Before the Mirror (4-May-1933)
    Rockabye (25-Nov-1932) · Al Howard
    The Hot Heiress (28-Mar-1931)
    Kiss Me Again (7-Jan-1931)
    Going Wild (21-Dec-1930)
    Sweet Kitty Bellairs (9-Aug-1930)

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