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Fred MacMurray Net Worth

Fred MacMurray Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Fredrick Martin MacMurray net worth is
$2 Million

Fredrick Martin MacMurray Wiki/Biography

Frederick Martin “Fred” MacMurray was born on the 30th August 1908 in Kankakee, Illinois, USA, and passed away on the 5th November 1991 in Santa Monica, California USA. He was an actor, consistently recognized from appearances in more than 100 TV series and film titles, including “Double Indemnity” (1944) and “My Three Sons” (1960-1972). His professional acting career was active from 1929 to 1978.

Have you ever wondered how rich Fred MacMurray was? According to sources, it was estimated that the overall size of Fred’s net worth was equal to $2 million, with the main source of his wealth being his successful career as a professional actor.

Fred MacMurray Net Worth $2 Million

Fred MacMurray was born to Frederick MacMurray and his wife Maleta; he is the cousin of actress Fay Holderness. At the age of two, his family moved to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, so he was raised there. He attended school in Quincy, Illinois, and later enrolled at Carroll College (now Carroll University); however, according to sources from college, he did not graduate.

Fred`s career began in the 1930s, firstly appearing in Broadway productions of “Three’s a Crowd (1930–31), and “Roberta” (1933-1934). Thanks to the initial success, he earned his first screen role in the film “Grand Old Girl” (1935), which was soon followed by an appearance in the film “The Gilded Lily” the same year. Little by little his career progressed, and by the end of the 1930s he had more than 20 roles to his name, which certainly added to his net worth. Some of the films in which he showed his skills include “Car 99” (1935), “Alice Adams” (1935), “The Trail of the Lonesome Pine” (1936), “The Texas Rangers” (1936), “Swing High, Swing Low” (1937), “Men with Wings” (1938), and “Honeymoon in Bali” (1939), among others.

He continued his career successfully through the 1940s, taking several notable roles in films such as “Too Many Husbands” (1940) with Jean Arthur in the lead role, “Double Indemnity” (1944) alongside Barbara Stanwyck, then “Standing Room Only” with Paulette Goddard the same year. During the 1940s, he also appeared in films “Practically Yours” (1944), “Captain Eddie” (1945), “Pardon My Past” (1945), “An Innocent Affair” (1948), and “Miracle Of The Bells” (1948), among others, all of which increased his net worth.

In the 1950s, his career stagnated a bit, as he only made a few appearances in such films as “The Caine Mutiny” (1954), “Callaway Went Thataway” (1951), “The Far Horizons” (1955), and “The Shaggy Dog” (1959). His career got back on track in 1960, when he was selected for the role of Steve Douglas in the TV series “My Three Sons”, which aired until 1972, and which increased his net worth by a large margin. During the 1960s, he made appearances in such films as “Son of Flubber” (1963), “The Absent Minded Professor” (1961), and “Follow Me, Boys!” (1967). He retired in 1978, and before that he featured in films “Charley and the Angel” (1973), and “Beyond The Bermuda Triangle” (1975) with Donna Mills. His last appearance was as Mayor Clarence in the film “The Swarm” (1978).

Thanks to his talents, Fred received numerous prestigious nominations, and awards, including the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in Comedy or Musical, for his work on “The Absent Minded Professor”, and he received a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame in 1960 for his accomplishments as an actor.

Regarding his personal life, Fred MacMurray was in marriage twice, firstly with Lillian Lamont (1936-1953), with whom he adopted two children. After Lillian’s death, he married actress June Haver in 1954, and they were together until 1991. With June, he also adopted two children. In free time he worked on his own MacMurray Ranch, based in the Russian River Valley in Northern California, where he lived until his death. Fred died from pneumonia at the age of 83.


Full NameFred MacMurray
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 30, 1908, Kankakee, Illinois, United States
DiedNovember 5, 1991, Santa Monica, California, United States
Place Of BirthKankakee, Illinois, U.S.
Height6' 3" (1.91 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack, Producer
EducationCarroll College (now Carroll University)
NationalityAmerican
SpouseJune Haver (m. 1954–1991), Lillian Lamont (m. 1936–1953)
ChildrenKatherine Macmurray, Laurie MacMurray, Robert MacMurray, Susan MacMurray
ParentsMaleta Martin, Frederick MacMurray
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0534045
AwardsGolden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (1961)
NominationsDisney Legend (1987), Hollywood Walk Of Fame (1960)
MoviesDouble Indemnity (1944),“Standing Room Only” (1944), “The Absent Minded Professor” (1961), My Three Sons (1960-1972), “The Swarm” (1978)
TV ShowsSummer Playhouse(1964), The Chadwick Family (1974), The Martin and Lewis Show(1953), Bright Star (1952-1953)
#Trademark
1Wholesome, kind-hearted characters
2Disney movies
3Deadpan delivery
#Quote
1[on Barbara Stanwyck] I was lucky enough to make four pictures with Barbara. In the first I turned her in, in the second I killed her, in the third I left her for another woman and in the fourth I pushed her over a waterfall. The one thing all these pictures had in common was that I fell in love with Barbara Stanwyck -- and I did, too.
2[on working with director Preston Sturges] At the end of this shoot, he said, "It's been a pleasure working with you" and I said, "I wish I could say the same about you." I don't like to be that way, but he was terrible, very cruel.
3The two films I did with Billy Wilder, Double Indemnity (1944) and the The Apartment (1960), are the only two parts I did in my entire career that required any acting.
4Carole Lombard was a wonderful girl. Swore like a man. Other women try, but she really did.
5I once asked Barbara Stanwyck the secret of acting. She said, "Just be truthful - and if you can fake that you've got it made".
#Fact
1In 1961 when he took his family to Disneyland, a woman came up to him and asked "Are you Fred MacMurray?", and when he answered he was, she hit him with her purse and told him she had taken her children to see him in "The Apartment" and was furious because "That was not a Disney movie", he responded, "No ma'am, it wasn't." He then turned to his wife and announced he was done playing bad guys in movies.
2Was an expert leather craftsman. A 1936 entry in the Columbia Pictures "Screen Snapshots" series showed him assembling an ornate gun holster, which he had also decoratively engraved. The narrator stated that he also knew how to make saddles.
3His feature film leading ladies: Claudette Colbert (7 films): The Gilded Lily (1935), _The Bride Comes Home (1935)', Maid of Salem (1937), No Time for Love (1943), Practically Yours (1944), The Egg and I (1947), Family Honeymoon (1948). Madeleine Carroll (5 films): Honeymoon in Bali (1939), Cafe Society (1939), Virginia (1941), One Night in Lisbon (1941), An Innocent Affair (1948). Barbara Stanwyck (4 films): Remember the Night (1940), Double Indemnity (1944), The Moonlighter (1953), There's Always Tomorrow (1955). Carole Lombard (4 films): Hands Across the Table (1935), The Princess Comes Across (1936), True Confession (1937), Swing High, Swing Low (1937). Paulette Goddard (4 films): The Forest Rangers (1942), Standing Room Only (1944), Suddenly It's Spring (1947), On Our Merry Way (1948). Irene Dunne (2 films): Invitation to Happiness (1939), Never a Dull Moment (1950). Rosalind Russell (2 films): Take a Letter, Darling (1942), Flight for Freedom (1943). June Haver (married 1954): Where Do We Go from Here? (1945).
4The appearance of the famous DC Comics character Captain Marvel is based on him.
5Acting mentor of Stanley Livingston.
6Was a Boy Scout.
7The character design of the Fawcett Comics (later DC Comics) superhero Captain Marvel (now Shazam) was said to have been based on him.
8MacMurray played the baritone saxophone in high school with the American Legion Band. After buying a saxophone with his own money he earned in a pea-canning factory, he created his own three piece orchestra called "Mac's Melody Boys." He performed in nightclubs, dance halls and vaudeville.
9In the early 1930s, he was the vocalist for Gus Arnheim's Coconut Grove Orchestra.
10In 1951, RKO Radio Pictures tried to compose a film noir entitled "The Sins of Sarah Ferry". The story was about a courthouse clerk in Binghamton, New York who finds herself falling in love with a beautiful liar whose accused of armed robbery as well as a hit run charge involving a death. The cast would have starred Laraine Day, Fred MacMurray, Yvonne De Carlo, Hugh Beaumont, Glenn Ford, Howard Duff, and Evelyn Keyes, with the studio wanting to shoot on location in Binghamton and neighboring Johnson City. This project never materialized because the plot was considered to close of a generic step-up of Double Indemnity (1944) and the studio never received a reply via phone call or standard mail from the Binghamton Courthouse or then Mayor Donald Kramer granting them permission to film on location in the area and negotiate a fair range of payment. Based on that neglect, the studio immediately canceled this project and moved on.
11His physical likeness inspired the appearance of DC Comics' character Captain Marvel.
12According to daughter Kate, Fred and wife June Haver were introduced to each other by John Wayne.
13Before he was a successful actor, he once worked in a department store, selling appliances, among everything that he did.
14His father, Frederick MacMurray, died when he was only 5.
15Second-only to Lucille Ball and John Ritter, MacMurray performed a lot of physical comedy on My Three Sons (1960).
16At Carroll College (now Carroll University), he played a variety of local bands and nightclubs.
17During Maleta's pregnancy, she and Frederick Sr. both traveled to Kankakee, Illinois, where Frederick Jr. was born.
18Graduated from Beaver Dam High School in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, in 1926.
19Had played both the violin and saxophone, just before he entered high school.
20Was a conservative Republican.
21His musical career eventually led him to Broadway.
22He tried to get into the military service during World War II, but a fluctuated ear prevented him from attending, therefore, he stayed in Hollywood, continued making movies and did everything he could to help the war effort and afterwards, helped the Hollywood community did his part in the process of rebuilding.
23Taught his future My Three Sons (1960) co-star, Beverly Garland, how to play golf.
24He had 8 hobbies - camping, spending time with family, boxing, golfing, fishing, singing, traveling and dancing.
25Remained good friends with Stanley Livingston, during and after My Three Sons (1960).
26Was a lifelong heavy smoker that led to throat cancer and emphysema, which contributed to his death.
27Before he was a successful actor, he was a member of the Gus Arnheim Orchestra from 1930-31 and sang the vocal refrain on the record "All I Want Is Just One", recorded on March 30, 1930 and issued on Victor 22384.
28Was raised in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, where his mother had been born in 1880.
29Began his career as a contract player for Paramount in 1934.
30Was not the producer's first choice for the role of Steve Douglas on My Three Sons (1960). He got the role only because Eddie Albert turned it down to focus on his movie career.
31Suffered a number of health problems for 13 years before his death, from throat cancer to leukemia. He also suffered a stroke at Christmas 1988.
32Best friends with William Demarest, from 1935 to his death in 1983.
33His future My Three Sons (1960) co-star, Tim Considine, worked with him in the movie The Shaggy Dog (1959).
34Friends with: Shirley Jones, Jane Wyman, Lucille Ball, Michael Landon, Buddy Ebsen, Brian Keith, Ernest Borgnine, Barbara Stanwyck, Beverly Garland, William Demarest, Anthony Quinn, Carol Channing, Bob Hope, Don Rickles, Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour, James Stewart, Billy Wilder, William Frawley, Carole Lombard, Ronald Reagan, Ray Milland, Porter Hall, Tommy Kirk and June Haver.
35After his role on The Swarm (1978), he retired from acting at age 70.
36Best remembered by the public for his starring role as Steve Douglas on My Three Sons (1960).
37Was the only actor to appear in all 380 episodes of My Three Sons (1960) on both (ABC) and (CBS) networks.
38Near the end of his acting career, he was a spokesperson for Greyhound Bus Lines in the 1970s.
39His mother, Maleta Martin, died in 1965 aged 85.
40Cartoonist C.C. Beck claimed that he modeled the 1940s superhero, Captain Marvel after Fred MacMurray.
41Profiled in "American Classic Screen Interviews" (Scarecrow Press). [2010]
42He never took an acting lesson.
43Initially turned down his most famous movie role in Double Indemnity (1944) because he didn't think his fans would want to see him playing a darker character.
44Was in consideration for the role of Joe Gillis in Sunset Blvd. (1950) but William Holden, who received a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his performance, was cast instead.
45Made his debut on stage playing the violin alongside his father, but the experience left him with a terrible case of stage fright. Later he overcame it and learned the piano, guitar and saxophone, which he played in his high school band.
46Quite the high school athlete. He won ten letters for athletics and a scholarship to Carroll College in Wisconsin to play football. He played the saxophone for extra money while there.
47Once studied art at the Chicago Art Institute.
48One of his first jobs in Los Angeles was playing in a pit orchestra for an L.A. theater.
49Played vaudeville with a stage band called "The California Collegians". The group was cast in a Broadway revue called "Three's a Crowd" in 1930 that showcased such star talent as Fred Allen, Clifton Webb and chanteuse Libby Holman. Holman sang the torch song "Something to Remember You By" to Fred in the show. The Collegians were also featured in the Broadway musical "Roberta", in which Fred also understudied the lead.
50Met first wife Lillian ("Lily") Lamonte while performing on Broadway in "Roberta" in 1933. She was a dancer.
51He and wife June Haver were once offered a husband-and-wife sitcom but Fred refused, afraid of putting his marriage in jeopardy by the pressures.
52When offered the job as the dad on My Three Sons (1960), he was given a dream contract in which he only had to work 65 days a year on the series. The supporting cast, as a result, often had to shoot their scenes opposite a prop person off camera instead of Fred. The popular series ran 12 seasons.
53Best remembered by the public for starring as father figures in Walt Disney movies.
54He was a staunch supporter of the Republican Party who joined Bob Hope and James Stewart in campaigning for Richard Nixon in 1968.
55His daughter Susan was born in 1942. His son Robert was born in 1945.
561970s: He was most often seen doing commercials for a video teaching "Chisenbop," a Korean method of doing math on your fingers.
571987: First person to be named a Disney Legend.
58Steve Douglas, MacMurray's character on My Three Sons (1960), was ranked #7 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" [20 June 2004 issue].
59Portrayed George Harvey, star reporter for the Hillsdale Morning Star, on NBC Radio's "Bright Star" (1952-1953).
60At his insistence, all episodes of My Three Sons (1960) were filmed out of sequence during the show's entire run. He would do all of his scenes first, then leave until the next season. All kitchen scenes would be done together, then all scenes in the upstairs hallway would be filmed together, etc. This fact was well concealed until Dawn Lyn joined the cast as Dodie. Her upper front teeth grew in irregularly during the entire 1969-'70 season, from being barely visible in scenes with MacMurray to being plainly visible in scenes without him.
61The Untouchables (1959). He was also the first choice to play the title role on TV's Perry Mason (1957).
62Adopted twin daughters, Kathryn and Laurie (b. 1956), with Haver.
63Interred at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, California, USA, in the Mausoleum, D1, Room 7.
64Personal friends with Walt Disney.

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Swarm1978Mayor Clarence
Beyond the Bermuda Triangle1975TV MovieHarry Ballinger
The Chadwick Family1974TV MovieNed Chadwick
Charley and the Angel1973Charley Appleby
My Three Sons1960-1972TV SeriesSteve Douglas
The Happiest Millionaire1967Father
Follow Me, Boys!1966Lemuel Siddons
Summer Playhouse1964TV SeriesCameo
Kisses for My President1964Thad McCloud
Son of Flubber1963Prof. Ned Brainard
Bon Voyage!1962Harry Willard
The Absent-Minded Professor1961Prof. Ned Brainard
The Apartment1960Jeff D. Sheldrake
The United States Steel Hour1960TV Series
The Oregon Trail1959Neal Harris
Face of a Fugitive1959Jim Larsen aka Ray Kincaid
The Shaggy Dog1959Wilson Daniels
Good Day for a Hanging1959Marshal Ben Cutler
Cimarron City1958TV SeriesLaird Garner
General Electric Theater1955-1958TV SeriesHarry Wingate / Richard Elgin
Day of the Badman1958Judge Jim Scott
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour1958TV SeriesFred MacMurray
Quantez1957Gentry / John Coventry
Gun for a Coward1957Will Keough
The 20th Century-Fox Hour1957TV SeriesPeterson
Screen Directors Playhouse1956TV SeriesPeter Terrance
There's Always Tomorrow1956Clifford Groves
At Gunpoint1955Jack Wright
The Rains of Ranchipur1955Thomas "Tom" Ransome
The Far Horizons1955Captain Meriwether Lewis
The Jack Benny Program1954TV SeriesFred
Woman's World1954Sid Burns
Pushover1954Paul Sheridan
The Caine Mutiny1954Lt. Tom Keefer (as Fred Mac Murray)
The Moonlighter1953Wes Anderson
Fair Wind to Java1953Capt. Boll
Atomic Energy Can Be a Blessing1952Short
Callaway Went Thataway1951Mike Frye
A Millionaire for Christy1951Peter Ulysses Lockwood
Never a Dull Moment1950Chris
Borderline1950Johnny McEvoy, aka Johnny Macklin
Father Was a Fullback1949George Cooper
Family Honeymoon1948Grant Jordan
An Innocent Affair1948Vincent Doane
The Miracle of the Bells1948Bill Dunnigan
On Our Merry Way1948Al
Singapore1947Matt Gordon
The Egg and I1947Bob MacDonald
Suddenly It's Spring1947Peter Morley
Smoky1946Clint Barkley
Pardon My Past1945Eddie York / Francis Pemberton
Murder, He Says1945Pete Marshall
Captain Eddie1945Captain Edward Rickenbacker
Where Do We Go from Here?1945Bill Morgan
Practically Yours1944Daniel Bellamy
And the Angels Sing1944Happy Morgan
Double Indemnity1944Walter Neff
Standing Room Only1944Lee Stevens
The Last Will and Testament of Tom Smith1943ShortNarrator (uncredited)
Above Suspicion1943Richard Myles
Flight for Freedom1943Randy Britton
No Time for Love1943Jim Ryan
The Forest Rangers1942Don Stuart
Take a Letter, Darling1942Tom Verney
Star Spangled Rhythm1942Frank in Card-Playing Skit
The Lady Is Willing1942Dr. Corey T. McBain
New York Town1941Victor Ballard
Dive Bomber1941Joe Blake
One Night in Lisbon1941Dwight Houston
Virginia1941Stonewall Elliott
Rangers of Fortune1940Gil Farra
Too Many Husbands1940Bill Cardew
Little Old New York1940Charles Brownne
Remember the Night1940John Sargent
Honeymoon in Bali1939Bill 'Willie' Burnett
Invitation to Happiness1939Albert 'King' Cole
Cafe Society1939Crick O'Bannon
Sing, You Sinners1938David Beebe
Men with Wings1938Pat Falconer
Cocoanut Grove1938Johnny Prentice
True Confession1937Kenneth Bartlett
Exclusive1937Ralph Houston
Swing High, Swing Low1937Skid Johnson
Maid of Salem1937Roger Coverman of Virginia
Champagne Waltz1937Buzzy Bellew
The Texas Rangers1936Jim Hawkins
The Princess Comes Across1936King Mantell
13 Hours by Air1936Jack Gordon
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine1936Jack Hale
The Bride Comes Home1935Cyrus Anderson
Hands Across the Table1935Theodore Drew III
Alice Adams1935Arthur Russell
Men Without Names1935Richard Hood / Richard 'Dick' Grant
Car 991935Trooper Ross Martin
The Gilded Lily1935Peter Dawes
Grand Old Girl1935Sandy
Tiger Rose1929Rancher (uncredited)
Why Leave Home?1929uncredited
Girls Gone Wild1929Extra (uncredited)

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Happiest Millionaire1967performer: "What's Wrong with That?", "Strengthen the Dwelling", "I'll Always Be Irish", "When a Man Has a Daughter/What's Wrong with That Reprise", "It Won't be Long 'Til Christmas", "I Believe in this Country", "Bella Figlia Dell'Amore-from Rigoletto" - uncredited
Follow Me, Boys!1966performer: "Follow Me, Boys!", "Happy Birthday" uncredited
The Jack Benny Program1954TV Series performer - 1 episode
Where Do We Go from Here?1945performer: "If Love Remains"
Above Suspicion1943"Du, Du Liegst Mir im Herzen", uncredited / performer: "The Last Rose of Summer" 1808, "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" 1900, "My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose" 1791, "Untitled Oxford University Song", "Who Is Sylvia?" 1826 - uncredited
The Forest Rangers1942performer: "TALL GROWS THE TIMBER"
Too Many Husbands1940performer: "Bridal Chorus Here Comes the Bride" 1850 - uncredited
Remember the Night1940performer: "Old Folks at Home Swanee River" 1851, "A Perfect Day" 1910 - uncredited
Sing, You Sinners1938"I'VE GOT A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS" / performer: "I'VE GOT A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS", "LAUGH AND CALL IT LOVE", "SMALL FRY"
Swing High, Swing Low1937performer: "I Hear a Call to Arms" 1937, "Bridal Chorus Here Comes the Bride" 1850 - uncredited
The Princess Comes Across1936performer: "My Concertina" 1936, "Flight of the Bumble Bee" 1900 - uncredited
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine1936performer: "Twilight on the Trail"
Hands Across the Table1935performer: "The Morning After" 1935

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Pardon My Past1945producer

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mike Case in: The Big Kiss Off2013special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 32th Annual Thalians Ball1987TV MovieHimself - Honoree
The 11th Annual Women in Film Crystal Awards1987TV SpecialHimself
The Child Help Benefit Special1987TV MovieHimself
All-Star Party for Clint Eastwood1986TV SpecialHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Billy Wilder1986TV Special documentaryHimself
The 11th Annual People's Choice Awards1985TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: All-Time Favourite Entertainer
All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan1985TV SpecialHimself
Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars1984TV Movie documentaryHimself
All-Star Party for Frank Sinatra1983TV MovieHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Frank Capra1982TV Special documentaryHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Stewart1980TV Special documentaryHimself / Speaker (uncredited)
The Mike Douglas Show1978TV SeriesHimself
NBC Salutes the 25th Anniversary of the Wonderful World of Disney1978TV Movie documentaryHimself
Happy Birthday, Bob1978TV SpecialHimself
The Road to Eltham1978TV MovieHimself
Bing Crosby: His Life and Legend1978TV Movie documentaryHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda1978TV Special documentaryHimself
ABC's Silver Anniversary Celebration1978TV SpecialHimself
A Thanksgiving Reunion with the Partridge Family and My Three Sons1977TV MovieHimself
Dinah!1976TV SeriesHimself
Joys1976TV SpecialHimself
Tony Orlando and Dawn1975TV SeriesHimself
The 1975 Annual Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards1975TV SpecialHimself
Herbie Day at Disneyland1974TV Short documentaryHimself
Walt Disney: A Golden Anniversary Salute1973TV SpecialHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Ford1973TV Special documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Cavalcade of Champions1973TV MovieHimself - Presenter
Carol Channing's Mad English Tea Party1970TV SpecialHimself
The 39th Annual Academy Awards1967TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Special Visual Effects
The Andy Williams Show1963-1964TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Palace1964TV SeriesHimself - Host
The 36th Annual Academy Awards1964TV SpecialHimself - Co-Presenter: Best Art Direction-Set Decoration
The Bob Hope Show1963TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Writers Guild Awards1962TV SpecialHimself - Performer
This Is Your Life1954-1961TV SeriesHimself
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show1960TV SeriesHimself
American Cowboy1960TV MovieHimself - Host
Gala Day at Disneyland1960ShortHimself
Celebrity Golf1960TV Series
I've Got a Secret1959TV SeriesMystery Guest
Disneyland '591959TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show1957-1959TV SeriesHimself
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1959TV SeriesHimself
The Ed Sullivan Show1959TV SeriesHimself
What's My Line?1953-1959TV SeriesHimself - Mystery Guest / Himself - Mystery Guest #2 / Himself
The George Gobel Show1954-1958TV SeriesHimself
December Bride1958TV SeriesHimself
Bing Crosby and His Friends1958TV SpecialHimself
Shower of Stars1957TV SeriesHimself
Hollywood Glamour on Ice1957ShortHimself
Climax!1956TV SeriesHimself
Lux Video Theatre1955TV SeriesHimself (guest)
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1955TV SeriesHimself
The Colgate Comedy Hour1952-1955TV SeriesHimself - Actor / Himself
The $64,000 Question1955TV SeriesSubstitute Host
The Christophers1955TV SeriesHimself
A Star Is Born World Premiere1954TV ShortHimself
All Star Revue1952-1953TV SeriesHimself - Guest Actor (Sketch) / Himself
Olympic Fund Telethon1952TV MovieHimself
Screen Snapshots: Motion Picture Mothers, Inc.1949ShortHimself
The Actor's Society Benefit Gala1949TV MovieHimself - Performer
Show-Business at War1943Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Popular Science1941/IVDocumentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 11941Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 5: Art and Artists1940Short documentaryHimself
A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryactor 'Double Indemnity'
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbara Stanwyck1987TV Special documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Night at the Movies: Merry Christmas!2011TV Movie documentary
A Star Is Born: Special Features2010Video
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentaryVarious Roles
Billy Wilder Speaks2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Dive Bomber: Keep 'Em in the Air2005Video shortJoe Blake
Picture Again2003Short
I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special2001TV Movie documentary
Junket Whore1998DocumentaryHimself
Bob Hope: Hollywood's Brightest Star1996Video documentaryHimself
Kelsey Grammer Salutes Jack Benny1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
50 Years of Funny Females1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Barbara Stanwyck: Fire and Desire1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC1988TV MovieHimself
The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue1985Video shortProfessor Ned Brainard
George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey1984DocumentaryHimself
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid1982Walter Neff
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1970-1981TV SeriesHarry Willard / Lemuel Siddons / Professor Ned Brainard / ...
Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals1974TV MovieHimself
The Walt Disney Story1973Documentary shortProfessor Ned Brainard ('The Absent-Minded Professor') (uncredited)
Hollywood and the Stars1964TV SeriesHimself
Hollywood Without Make-Up1963DocumentaryHimself
Breakdowns of 19421942Short

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1986Golden BootGolden Boot Awards
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6421 Hollywood Blvd.
1945Sour AppleGolden Apple AwardsLeast Cooperative Actor

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2003TV Land AwardTV Land AwardsSingle Dad of the YearMy Three Sons (1960)
1963Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Male Comedy PerformanceSon of Flubber (1963)
1962Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actor - Comedy or MusicalThe Absent Minded Professor (1961)

2nd Place Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1961Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Male Comedy PerformanceThe Absent Minded Professor (1961)

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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