Walter Brennan Net Worth

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Walter Brennan (July 25, 1894 – September 21, 1974) was an American actor. Brennan is one of three men to win three acting Oscars (the other two being Jack Nicholson and Daniel Day-Lewis), having won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1936, 1938 and 1940.

Full NameWalter Andrew Brennan
Net Worth$8 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 25, 1894
Place Of BirthLynn, Massachusetts, USA
Height6' (1.83 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
EducationCambridge Rindge and Latin School
SpouseRuth Wells
ChildrenAndrew Brennan,, Arthur Brennan, Ruth Brennan,, Andrew, Ruth, and Arthur
NicknamesWalter Brennan, Brennan, Walter
Star SignLeo
Glory (1956)$18,000
1[in 1964] I'm too old not to be a religious fella. It appears we are losing something a lot of people made a lot of sacrifices for.
2I never made a movie I would not take my family to see.
3[Advice to young actors] Go ahead and learn how to act, but don't get caught at it.
4When I see a good western . . . I just sit there. I was thrilled with Red River (1948), because I believed in it, [John Wayne] was so good, I believed in him.
1Members of the cast and crew on the set of his last series, The Guns of Will Sonnett (1967) - in which he played the surprisingly complex role of an ex-army scout trying to undo the damage caused by his being a mostly absentee father - said that he cackled with delight upon learning of Martin Luther King's assassination.
2During the 1960s he was convinced that the anti-Vietnam War and civil rights movements were being run by overseas Communists, and said as much in interviews. He told reporters that he believed the civil rights movement in particular, and the riots in places like Watts and Newark, and demonstrations in Birmingham, Alabama, were the result of perfectly content "negroes" being stirred up by a handful of trouble-makers with an anti-American agenda.
3His third Oscar win led to the disenfranchisement of the Extras Union from voting.
4In June 1928, filming a scene in San Diego, he accidentally drove a automobile into the harbor.
52 of his 3 Oscar-winning performances were directed by William Wyler. This makes him one of four actors to win two Oscars under the same person's direction. The other three are: Jack Nicholson for Terms of Endearment (1983) and As Good as It Gets (1997) (both directed by James L. Brooks), Dianne Wiest for Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and Bullets Over Broadway (1994) (both directed by Woody Allen) and Christoph Waltz for Inglourious Basterds (2009) and Django Unchained (2012) (both directed by Quentin Tarantino).
6Holds the record for winning the most acting Oscars in the shortest amount of time (3 in 4 years).
7He and Katharine Hepburn are the only actors to win 3 Oscars on 3 consecutive nominations.
8He was offered the supporting role of Mr. Judson in Herbie Rides Again (1974), but was too ill with emphysema to take the job. It was then recast with John McIntire. Brennan died 90 days after the movie was released to theaters, on June 6, 1974.
9Although he was known for playing "old-coot" Southerners complete with cackling laugh and thick Southern accent, in reality he actually had somewhat of a New England accent, being born and raised in Massachusets,.
10In 1925 Gary Cooper befriended another young, struggling, would-be actor named Walter Brennan. At one point, they were even appearing as a team at casting offices, and although Cooper emerged in major and leading roles first, they would work together in the good years, too. Most memorably they starred in The Westerner (1940) together, where the general critical consensus was that Brennan's underplayed performance as Judge Roy Bean had stolen the film from Cooper.
11Director Howard Hawks had related the story that, after completing Red River (1948), he was approached by an actor but couldn't quite place the face. The actor removed his teeth and said, "Do you recognize me now?" Hawks immediately recognized him as Brennan.
12There was some controversy over the Academy Awards Brennan won because in that period of time the rules of the Academy permitted extras to cast votes for the nominees, and Brennan, who had been an extra for some time before his more substantial roles came along, was popular among his fellow extra workers and they felt they were voting for one of their own.
13Campaigned for Barry Goldwater in the 1964 presidential election, after the senator had voted against the Civil Rights Act.
14Actively supported Ronald Reagan's campaign to become Governor of California in 1966.
15The Real McCoys (1957) was such a hit that John Wayne's production company, Batjac, was persuaded to release a previously shelved film, William A. Wellman's Good-bye, My Lady (1956), about a boy, an old man, and a dog, during the show's run.
16Brennan had already worked in vaudeville when he enlisted at age 22 to serve in World War I. He served in an artillery unit and although he got through the war without being wounded, his exposure to poison gas ruined his vocal cords, leaving him with the high-pitched voice texture that made him a natural for old man roles while still in his thirties.
17After his military service during World War I, Brennan moved to Los Angeles, where he got involved in the real-estate market and made a fortune. Unfortunately the market took a sudden downturn and Brennan lost almost all of his money. Broke, he began taking bit parts in films in order to earn money, and his career progressed from there.
18Always fiscally and ideologically conservative, he became politically active in later life when he saw many of the things he held dear being eroded by the counterculture movement. He supported George Wallace's presidential campaign in 1968 and in 1972 supported extreme right-wing Republican Representative John Schmitz (father of Mary Kay Letourneau), as the incumbent President Richard Nixon was viewed as too progressive by many Republicans.
19Hardly ever played the villain, usually being cast as the somewhat eccentric pal to the hero. An exception was his turn as the heartless Old Man Clanton in My Darling Clementine (1946), directed by the prickly John Ford. Ford and Brennan did not get along, and Ford was one of the few directors Brennan didn't collaborate with more than once throughout his career.
20Owned a ranch and several businesses in Joseph, Oregon, including the Indian Lodge Motel which still displays several of his portraits in the office.
21His relatives still live in and around Joseph, Oregon where the actor maintained a functioning ranch.
22Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1970.
23He won the first ever Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Come and Get It (1936).
24Had four top 100 singles, including the Top 5 hit "Old Rivers" (Liberty Records) which first charted on April 7, 1962. The single spent 11 weeks on the Billboard charts and peaked at number 5.
25Interred at San Fernando Mission Cemetery, San Fernando, Los Angeles County, California, USA
26Father of Arthur Wells 'Mike' Brennan and Andy Brennan with Ruth Wells Brennan.
27Father of Ruth Brennan with Ruth Wells Brennan.
28First actor to accumulate three Academy Awards and to date still the only actor to win three Oscars as Best Supporting Actor.


God Is My Partner1957Dr. Charles Grayson
Tammy and the Bachelor1957Grandpa
The Way to the Gold1957Uncle George Williams
The Ford Television Theatre1956TV SeriesDuffy
Cavalcade of America1956TV SeriesLink Morley
Ethel Barrymore Theater1956TV Series
Schlitz Playhouse1953-1956TV SeriesSimmons AKA Mr. Ears / Ezra Jenkins
Good-bye, My Lady1956Uncle Jesse Jackson
The Proud Ones1956Jake
Come Next Spring1956Jeffrey Storys
Glory1956Ned Otis
Man on a Bus1955Short
At Gunpoint1955Doc Lacy
Lux Video Theatre1955TV SeriesIntermission Guest
Screen Directors Playhouse1955TV SeriesGrandpa
The Far Country1955Ben Tatum
Bad Day at Black Rock1955Doc Velie
Four Guns to the Border1954Simon Bhumer
Drums Across the River1954Sam Brannon
Sea of Lost Ships1953C.P.O 'Chief' O'Malley
Lure of the Wilderness1952Jim Harper
Return of the Texan1952Grandpa Firth Crockett
The Wild Blue Yonder1951Maj. Gen. Wolfe
Best of the Badmen1951'Doc' Butcher
Along the Great Divide1951Timothy 'Pop' Keith
Surrender1950Sheriff Bill Howard
The Showdown1950Cap MacKellar
Curtain Call at Cactus Creek1950Rimrock Thomas
A Ticket to Tomahawk1950Terence Sweeny
Singing Guns1950Dr. Jonathan Mark
Task Force1949Pete Richard
Brimstone1949Brimstone 'Pop' Courteen
The Green Promise1949Mr. Matthews
Blood on the Moon1948Kris Barden
Red River1948Nadine Groot
Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!1948Tony Maule
Nobody Lives Forever1946Pop Gruber
My Darling Clementine1946Old Man Clanton
Centennial Summer1946Jesse Rogers
A Stolen Life1946Eben Folger
Dakota1945Captain Bounce
The Princess and the Pirate1944Featherhead
To Have and Have Not1944Eddie
Home in Indiana1944J. F. 'Thunder' Bolt
The North Star1943Karp
The Last Will and Testament of Tom Smith1943ShortGeorge, Mailman
Slightly Dangerous1943Cornelius Burden
Hangmen Also Die!1943Prof. Stephen Novotny
Stand by for Action1942Chief Yeoman Henry Johnson
The Pride of the Yankees1942Sam Blake
Rise and Shine1941Grandpa
Swamp Water1941Tom Keefer
This Woman Is Mine1941Captain Jonathan Thorne
Sergeant York1941Pastor Rosier Pile
Meet John Doe1941The 'Colonel'
Nice Girl?1941Hector Titus
The Westerner1940Judge Roy Bean
Maryland1940William Stewart
Northwest Passage1940'Hunk' Marriner
Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President1939Jim
Stanley and Livingstone1939Jeff Slocum
They Shall Have Music1939Professor Lawson
The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle1939Walter
Kentucky1938Peter Goodwin
The Cowboy and the Lady1938Sugar
Mother Carey's Chickens1938Mr. Ossian Popham
The Texans1938Chuckawalla
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer1938Muff Potter
The Buccaneer1938Ezra Peavey
Wild and Woolly1937Gramp 'Hercules' Flynn
Affairs of Cappy Ricks1937Cappy Ricks
When Love Is Young1937Uncle Hugo
She's Dangerous1937Ote O'Leary
Banjo on My Knee1936Newt Holley
Come and Get It1936Swan Bostrom
Fury1936'Bugs' Meyers
The Moon's Our Home1936Lem
These Three1936Taxi Driver
Three Godfathers1936Sam Bartow aka Gus
Seven Keys to Baldpate1935Station Agent
Metropolitan1935Grandpa (uncredited)
Barbary Coast1935Old Atrocity
She Couldn't Take It1935Peddler (uncredited)
We're in the Money1935Wedding Witness (uncredited)
Alice Adams1935scenes deleted
The Perfect Tribute1935ShortStone Cutter (uncredited)
Welcome Home1935Walter (uncredited)
Man on the Flying Trapeze1935'Legs' Garnett
Lady Tubbs1935Joseph (uncredited)
Spring Tonic1935Bum (uncredited)
Party Wire1935Paul - Railroad Telegrapher (uncredited)
Bride of Frankenstein1935Neighbor (uncredited)
West Point of the Air1935Soldier at Kelly's Wreckage (uncredited)
The Wedding Night1935Bill Jenkins
Hunger Pains1935ShortSecretary to Sylvester J. Sutton Sr.
Restless Knights1935ShortFather (uncredited)
Law Beyond the Range1935Abner (Pete in credits) (as Walter Brennon)
The Mystery of Edwin Drood1935First Gossip (uncredited)
Northern Frontier1935Stuttering Cook
Helldorado1935Pete, the Waiter (uncredited)
Biography of a Bachelor Girl1935Reporter on Ship (uncredited)
The Painted Veil1934scenes deleted
The Prescott Kid1934Zeke (Stage Driver)
Cheating Cheaters1934Ship's Telegrapher (uncredited)
There's Always Tomorrow1934Mechanic (uncredited)
Tailspin Tommy1934Hospital Orderly Slugged by Skeeter [Ch. 8] (uncredited)
Gridiron Flash1934Diner Proprietor (uncredited)
Great Expectations1934Prisoner on Ship (uncredited)
Death on the Diamond1934Hot Dog Vendor (uncredited)
Gentlemen of Polish1934ShortDoorman (uncredited)
Whom the Gods Destroy1934Clifford (uncredited)
Murder in the Private Car1934Switchman (uncredited)
The Life of Vergie Winters1934Roscoe - a Gossiper (uncredited)
Half a Sinner1934Radio Announcer
Woman Haters1934ShortTrain Conductor (uncredited)
Fishing for Trouble1934Short
I'll Tell the World1934Otto - Bicycle Repair Man (uncredited)
Uncertain Lady1934Gas Station Attendant (uncredited)
Riptide1934Chauffeur (uncredited)
Good Dame1934Elmer Spicer (uncredited)
George White's Scandals1934Hick (uncredited)
The Crosby Case1934Ship's Officer (uncredited)
The Poor Rich1934Dr. Johnson the Coroner (uncredited)
Radio Dough1934ShortDrunk Customer (uncredited)
Paradise Valley1934Farmer Hiram
You Can't Buy Everything1934Train Vendor (uncredited)
Beloved1934Stuttering Boarder
Cross Country Cruise1934Niagara Falls Boatman (uncredited)
Fugitive Lovers19342nd Bus Driver (uncredited)
King for a Night1933Soda Jerk (uncredited)
The Invisible Man1933Bicycle Owner (uncredited)
My Woman1933Stuttering Animal Imitator (uncredited)
Curtain at Eight1933Silent Detective (uncredited)
Saturday's Millions1933Reporter (uncredited)
Ladies Must Love1933Flute Player (uncredited)
Golden Harvest1933Farmhand at Wedding (uncredited)
Sailors Beware!1933ShortStuttering Thief
One Year Later1933Yokel (uncredited)
Sing Sinner Sing1933Henchman Riordan
Meet the Champ1933ShortStuttering Announcer
Strange People1933The Radio Repairman
The Phantom of the Air1933'Skid' (uncredited)
Lilly Turner1933scenes deleted
The Big Cage1933Ticket-Taker (uncredited)
Lucky Dog1933Drunk #2
The Cohens and Kellys in Trouble1933Bit Role (uncredited)
The Rustler's Roundup1933Walt (uncredited)
Girl Missing1933Joe - Garage Attendant (uncredited)
Goldie Gets Along1933Stuttering Waiter (uncredited)
Parachute Jumper1933Counterman at Jewel Diner (uncredited)
Man of Action1933Cashier Summers
Sensation Hunters1933Stuttering Waiter
Manhattan Tower1932Mechanic (uncredited)
Afraid to Talk1932Protester Sign Carrier (uncredited)
Women Won't Tell1932Dump Workman (uncredited)
Strange Justice1932Eddie - Mechanic (uncredited)
Once in a Lifetime1932Lighting Technician (uncredited)
The All-American1932News Commentator at Game (uncredited)
The Fourth Horseman1932Toothless Town Drunk (uncredited)
Fighting for Justice1932Cowhand Fletcher (uncredited)
The Iceman's Ball1932ShortOfficer Dugan
Cornered1932Court Bailiff (uncredited)
Miss Pinkerton1932Police Dispatcher (uncredited)
Speed Madness1932Joe
Hello Trouble1932A Texas Ranger (uncredited)
Two-Fisted Law1932Deputy Sheriff Bendix
Scandal for Sale1932Newspaperman (uncredited)
The Airmail Mystery1932Holly
The Impatient Maiden1932Cigar Stand Proprietor (uncredited)
Law and Order1932Lanky Smith (uncredited)
Texas Cyclone1932Sheriff Lew Collins (as Walter Brenan)
A House Divided1931Musician (uncredited)
Neck and Neck1931Hector
Is There Justice?1931Rollins
Grief Street1931Walt (as Arthur Brennan)
Dancing Dynamite1931Henchman
Honeymoon Lane1931Driver
Heroes of the Flames1931Bit Part in Chapter Twelve (uncredited)
Many a Slip1931Minor Role (uncredited)
Hello Russia1931ShortBit Role (uncredited)
Ooh La-La1930ShortBit Role (uncredited)
See America Thirst1930Spumoni Bodyguard (uncredited)
Parlez Vous1930Short
Little Accident1930Milkman (uncredited)
King of Jazz1930Desk Sergeant ('Springtime') / Soldier ('All Noisy on the Eastern Front') / Waiter ('Oh! Forevermore!') / ...
Captain of the Guard1930Peasant (uncredited)
Dames Ahoy1930Side Show Barker (uncredited)
The Shannons of Broadway1929Hez
The Long, Long Trail1929Skinny Rawlins
The Last Performance1929Clown (uncredited)
One Hysterical Night1929Paul Revere
Flight1929Marine Pilot (uncredited)
Flying High1929ShortKidnapper (uncredited)
His Lucky Day1929Road House Thug (uncredited)
The Lariat Kid1929Pat O'Shea
Smilin' Guns1929Ranch Foreman
The Cohens and Kellys in Atlantic City1929Man at Police Station (uncredited)
Silks and Saddles1929Undetermined Role (uncredited)
The Michigan Kid1928Minor Role (uncredited)
The Racket1928Man on Street in Front of Barber Shop (uncredited)
The Ballyhoo Buster1928
Hot Heels1927Pool Hall Habitant (uncredited)
Blake of Scotland Yard1927Henchman (uncredited)
Alias the Deacon1927Cashier at Cunningham's Rink (uncredited)
The Ridin' Rowdy1927
Tearin' Into Trouble1927Billy Martin
Sensation Seekers1927Below Deck Yacht Crewman (uncredited)
Flashing Oars1927ShortHula Hula Hut Customer (uncredited)
The Collegians1926ShortVarious Roles in Individual Episodes (uncredited)
Spangles1926Lunch Counterman (uncredited)
The Ice Flood1926Lumberjack (uncredited)
Watch Your Wife1926
The Calgary Stampede1925Racing Spectator in Grandstand at Rodeo (uncredited)
Lorraine of the Lions1925Minor Role (uncredited)
Webs of Steel1925uncredited
Smoke in the Wind1975H. P. Kingman
Home for the Holidays1972TV MovieBenjamin Morgan
Two for the Money1972TV MovieCody Guilford
Alias Smith and Jones1971-1972TV SeriesSilky O'Sullivan / Gantry
To Rome with Love1970-1971TV SeriesAndy Pruitt
The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again1970TV MovieNash Crawford
The Red Skelton Hour1969-1970TV SeriesDeputy 'Doc' Hawkeye / Walter Briarcliff, Sr. / Sheriff Walter
The Young Country1970TV MovieSheriff Matt Fenley
The Over-the-Hill Gang1969TV MovieNash Crawford
The Guns of Will Sonnett1967-1969TV SeriesWill Sonnett
Support Your Local Sheriff!1969Pa Danby
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band1968Grandpa Bower
Who's Minding the Mint?1967Pop Gillis
The Gnome-Mobile1967D.J. Mulrooney / Knobby
Horatio Alger Jones1966TV Movie
The Oscar1966Orrin C. Quentin
The Tycoon1964-1965TV SeriesWalter Andrews
Those Calloways1965Alf Simes
The Shooting of Dan McGrew1965ShortNarrator (voice, as Another Poetry Fan)
The Real McCoys1957-1963TV SeriesGrandpa Amos McCoy Grandpa Amos Mccoy
How the West Was Won1962Col. Jeb Hawkins
Shoot Out at Big Sag1962'Preacher' Hawker
Rio Bravo1959Stumpy
Colgate Theatre1958TV SeriesMr. Tutt
Zane Grey Theater1956-1957TV SeriesSheriff John Larson / Joe


The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentary performer: "The Gnome-Mobile Song" - uncredited
The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again1970TV Movie performer: "Come All You Texas Rangers" - uncredited
The Over-the-Hill Gang1969TV Movie performer: "Texas Rangers" - uncredited
The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band1968performer: "Drummin' Drummin' Drummin'"
The Gnome-Mobile1967performer: "The Gnome-Mobile Song"
The Real McCoys1958-1963TV Series performer - 5 episodes
Rio Bravo1959performer: "Cindy" - uncredited
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show1957TV Series performer - 1 episode
Lure of the Wilderness1952performer: "Old Starry Hill"
Along the Great Divide1951performer: "Down in the Valley" - uncredited
Centennial Summer1946performer: "Up with the Lark" - uncredited
Meet John Doe1941performer: "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee" 1939, "March of the Swiss Soldiers" 1829 - uncredited
Nice Girl?1941performer: "Here Comes the Bride"
Northwest Passage1940performer: "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes" 1780? - uncredited
Stanley and Livingstone1939"Oh Susanna" 1846, uncredited
Mother Carey's Chickens1938performer: "Reuben, Reuben, I've Been Thinking" - uncredited
Banjo on My Knee1936performer: "With a Banjo on My Knee" 1936, "St. Louis Blues" 1914 uncredited, "Oh! Susanna" 1848 uncredited, "Bridal Chorus Here Comes the Bride" 1850 uncredited, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" 1896 uncredited, "I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover" 1927 uncredited, "Old Folks at Home Swanee River" 1851 uncredited, "O Tannenbaum" uncredited, " I Wish I Was in Dixie's Land" 1860 uncredited, "A Hot Time in the Old Town" 1896 uncredited
Come and Get It1936"Aura Lea" 1861, uncredited / performer: "The Bird on Nellie's Hat" 1906 - uncredited
Man on the Flying Trapeze1935performer: "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away" 1897 - uncredited
King of Jazz1930performer: "Has Anybody Seen Our Nellie?" - uncredited


The New Bike2009Short acknowledgment


Wide Wide World1958TV Series documentaryHimself
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show1957-1958TV SeriesHimself - Actor
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Plays Golf1955ShortHimself
The George Gobel Show1955TV SeriesHimself
The 27th Annual Academy Awards1955TV SpecialHimself - Audience Member
This Is Your Life1955TV SeriesHimself - Guest of Honor
Light's Diamond Jubilee1954TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 26th Annual Academy Awards1954TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Supporting Actress
Stump the Stars1950TV SeriesHimself - Guest Panelist
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 91938Short documentaryHimself - Oscar Winner
The Merv Griffin Show1974TV SeriesHimself
This Is Your Life1972TV SeriesHimself
The Tim Conway Comedy Hour1970TV SeriesHimself
Jimmy Durante Presents the Lennon Sisters1969-1970TV SeriesHimself
The Joey Bishop Show1969TV SeriesHimself
The Dean Martin Show1969TV SeriesHimself
Go!!!1967TV MovieHimself
Project XX1963-1967TV Series documentaryNarrator / Himself - Narrator
What's My Line?1957-1966TV SeriesHimself - Mystery Guest
The Celebrity Game1964TV SeriesHimself - Celebrity Panelist
The 14th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1962TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
A Date with Debbie1960TV MovieHimself
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show1960TV SeriesHimself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1959TV SeriesHimself - Guest
I've Got a Secret1959TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Juke Box Jury1959TV SeriesHimself
The 11th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1959TV SpecialHimself - Presenter

Archive Footage

Hey Moe, Hey Dad!2015TV Series documentaryVarious characters
The Sixties2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
And the Oscar Goes To...2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
How the West Was Lost2008TV Movie documentaryOld Man Clanton (uncredited)
CMT: The Greatest - 20 Greatest Country Comedy Shows2006TV SpecialGrandpa
Private Screenings2001TV SeriesPa Danby in 'Support Your Local Sheriff'
Golden Saddles, Silver Spurs2000TV Movie documentary
The Real McCoys Reunion2000TV MovieHimself / Grandpa Amos McCoy
The Making of 'How the West Was Won'1998Video documentary shortHimself (as Walter Brennen)
Hidden Hollywood: Treasures from the 20th Century Fox Film Vaults1997TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender1997DocumentaryHimself
Bogart: The Untold Story1996TV Movie documentaryActor in 'To Have and Have Not' (uncredited)
La classe américaine1993TV MovieStumpy
Gunfighters of the Old West1992Video documentaryClanton (uncredited)
Fonda on Fonda1992TV Movie documentaryOld Man Clanton (uncredited)
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1969-1978TV SeriesAlf Simes / D.J. Mulrooney / Knobby / ...
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda1978TV Special documentaryActot 'The Moon;s Our Home' (uncredited)
America at the Movies1976Documentary'Groot' Nadine
The Men Who Made the Movies: Howard Hawks1973TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The American West of John Ford1971TV Movie documentaryactor 'My Darling Clementine' (uncredited)
The Dick Cavett Show1971TV SeriesNash Crawford
The Movie Orgy1968Documentary uncredited
The Marshal's Daughter1953Saloon Spectator (uncredited)
Breakdowns of 19411941ShortHimself (uncredited)
Land of Liberty1939

Won Awards

1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6501 Hollywood Blvd.
1941OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Supporting RoleThe Westerner (1940)
1939OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Supporting RoleKentucky (1938)
1937OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Supporting RoleCome and Get It (1936)

Nominated Awards

1959Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Actor in a Leading Role (Continuing Character) in a Comedy SeriesThe Real McCoys (1957)
1942OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Supporting RoleSergeant York (1941)

Known for movies

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