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Fredric March

Fredric MarchAKA Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel

Born: 31-Aug-1897
Birthplace: Racine, WI
Died: 14-Apr-1975
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified
Remains: Buried, March Estate, New Milford, CT

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Best Years of Our Lives

Wife: Ellis Baker (m. 1924, div.)
Wife: Florence Eldridge (actress, m. 30-May-1927)
Daughter: Penelope
Son: Anthony

    Hollywood Anti-Nazi League
    Endorsement of Jim Beam 1973
    Oscar for Best Actor 1932 for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    Oscar for Best Actor 1947 for The Best Years of Our Lives
    Golden Globe 1952 for Death of a Salesman
    Tony 1947 for Years Ago
    Tony for Long Day's Journey Into Night
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1616 Vine St.
    Risk Factors: Appendicitis

    The Iceman Cometh (10-Nov-1973)
    ...tick...tick...tick... (9-Jan-1970)
    Hombre (21-Mar-1967) · Favor
    Seven Days in May (12-Feb-1964) · President Jordan Lyman
    The Condemned of Altona (30-Oct-1962)
    The Young Doctors (23-Aug-1961) · Dr. Joseph Pearson
    Inherit the Wind (Jun-1960) · Matthew H. Brady
    Middle of the Night (17-Jun-1959)
    The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (12-Apr-1956) · Ralph Hopkins
    Alexander the Great (28-Mar-1956) · Philip of Macedonia
    The Desperate Hours (5-Oct-1955)
    The Bridges at Toko-Ri (20-Jan-1955) · Rear Adm. George Tarrant
    Executive Suite (6-May-1954) · Loren Phineas Shaw
    Man on a Tightrope (4-Jun-1953)
    Death of a Salesman (20-Dec-1951)
    It's a Big Country (20-Nov-1951) · Mr. Esposito
    Christopher Columbus (14-Jun-1949) · Christopher Columbus
    An Act of Murder (5-Dec-1948)
    Another Part of the Forest (18-May-1948)
    The Best Years of Our Lives (21-Nov-1946) · Al Stephenson
    Tomorrow, the World! (29-Dec-1944) · Mike Frame
    The Adventures of Mark Twain (3-May-1944) · Samuel Clemens
    I Married a Witch (30-Oct-1942) · Jonathan Wooley, etc.
    Bedtime Story (25-Dec-1941) · Luke Drake
    One Foot in Heaven (2-Oct-1941) · William Spence
    So Ends Our Night (27-Feb-1941)
    Victory (21-Dec-1940)
    Susan and God (7-Jun-1940)
    Trade Winds (28-Dec-1938)
    There Goes My Heart (27-Sep-1938) · Bill Spencer
    The Buccaneer (7-Jan-1938) · Jean Lafitte
    Nothing Sacred (25-Nov-1937) · Wally Cook
    A Star Is Born (20-Apr-1937) · Norman Maine
    Anthony Adverse (29-Jul-1936) · Anthony Adverse
    Mary of Scotland (28-Jul-1936) · Bothwell
    The Road to Glory (2-Jun-1936)
    The Dark Angel (5-Sep-1935) · Alan Trent
    Anna Karenina (30-Aug-1935) · Vronsky
    Les MisÚrables (3-Apr-1935) · Jean Valjean
    We Live Again (1-Nov-1934) · Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov
    The Barretts of Wimpole Street (8-Sep-1934) · Robert Browning
    The Affairs of Cellini (5-May-1934)
    Death Takes a Holiday (23-Feb-1934)
    Design for Living (29-Dec-1933) · Tom Chambers
    The Eagle and the Hawk (6-May-1933)
    The Sign of the Cross (3-Dec-1932)
    Merrily We Go to Hell (10-Jun-1932)
    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (31-Dec-1931) · Dr. Henry L. Jekyll
    My Sin (26-Sep-1931)
    Honor Among Lovers (28-Feb-1931)
    The Royal Family of Broadway (22-Dec-1930) · Tony Cavendish
    Laughter (25-Sep-1930)
    Manslaughter (23-Jul-1930)
    Paramount on Parade (22-Apr-1930)
    Sarah and Son (14-Mar-1930)
    The Wild Party (6-Apr-1929) · James Gilmore

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