James Whitmore

James Whitmore

  • Birth Date:
    01 October 1921
  • Death Date:
    06 February 2009(aged 88)
  • Birth Place:
    White Plains, New York, USA

James Whitmore Movies

Meet Mr. Miracle-Gro: The Horace Hagedorn Story2005-2005
A Ring of Endless Light2002Grandfather2002
The Majestic2001Stan Keller2001
Swing Vote1999Daniel Morissey1999
The Relic1997Dr. Albert Frock1997
The Shawshank Redemption1994Brooks Hatlen1994
Old Explorers1990Leinen Roth1990
Glory! Glory!1989Lester Babbitt1989
Tricks of the Trade1988-1988
Nuts1987Judge Stanley Murdoch1987
The Adventures of Mark Twain1985Mark Twain (voice)1985
Love Those Trains1984Narrator1984
Hail Columbia!1982Narrator1982
The Klan: A Legacy of Hate in America1982Narrator1982
The First Deadly Sin1980Dr. Sanford Ferguson1980
Bully: An Adventure with Teddy Roosevelt1978Teddy Roosevelt1978
The Serpent's Egg1977Priester1977
The Flying Misfits1976Capt. James 'Jim' Gutterman1976
I Will Fight No More Forever1975General Oliver O. Howard1975
Give 'em Hell, Harry!1975Harry S. Truman1975
Where the Red Fern Grows1974Grandpa1974
The Balloon Vendor1974Antonio1974
Man Belongs to the Earth1974Narrator1974
The Canterville Ghost1974Hyram B. Otis1974
The Harrad Experiment1973Philip Tenhausen1973
High Crime1973Commissioner Aldo Scavino1973
Chato's Land1972Joshua Everette1972
If Tomorrow Comes1971Frank Phillips1971
Tora! Tora! Tora!1970Vice Admiral William F. 'Bull' Halsey Jr.1970
The Challenge1970Overman1970
Guns of the Magnificent Seven1969Levi1969
Planet of the Apes1968President of the Assembly1968
Madigan1968Chief Insp. Charles Kane1968
The Split1968Herb Sutro1968
Nobody's Perfect1968Capt. Mike Riley1968
Chuka1967Lou Trent1967
Waterhole #31967Captain Shipley1967
The Tenderfoot1964Captain Ewell1964
Black Like Me1964John Finley Horton1964
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance1962-1962
Icarus Montgolfier Wright1962-1962
Who Was That Lady?1960Harry Powell1960
Face of Fire1959Monk Johnson1959
The Deep Six1958Cmdr. Warren Meredith1958
The Restless Years1958Ed Henderson1958
The Young Don't Cry1957Rudy Krist1957
The Eddy Duchin Story1956Lou Sherwood1956
Crime in the Streets1956Ben Wagner1956
Oklahoma!1955Mr. Carnes1955
The Last Frontier1955Gus1955
Battle Cry1955MSgt. Mac1955
The McConnell Story1955SSgt. / Maj . / Col. Ty 'Dad' Whitman1955
Them!1954Sgt. Ben Peterson1954
The Command1954Sgt. Elliott1954
The Great Diamond Robbery1954Mr. Remlick, Lawyer1954
The Girl Who Had Everything1953Charles 'Chico' Menlow1953
Kiss Me Kate1953Slug1953
All the Brothers Were Valiant1953Fetcher1953
Above and Beyond1952Maj William M. Uanna1952
Shadow in the Sky1952Lou Hopke1952
Because You're Mine1952Sergeant 'Bat' Batterson1952
It's a Big Country1951Mr. Stacey1951
Across the Wide Missouri1951Old Bill (uncredited)1951
Angels in the Outfield1951Angel (voice) (uncredited)1951
The Asphalt Jungle1950Gus Minissi1950
Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone1950John Malone1950
The Next Voice You Hear....1950Joe Smith1950
Please Believe Me1950Vincent Maran1950
The Outriders1950Clint Priest1950
The Undercover Man1949George Pappas1949

Who is James Whitmore?

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James Allen Whitmore Jr. (October 1, 1921 – February 6, 2009) was an American film, theatre, and television actor. During his career, Whitmore won three of the four EGOT honors; - a Tony, a Grammy, and an Emmy. Whitmore also won a Golden Globe and was nominated for two Academy Awards. Following World War II, Whitmore appeared on Broadway in the role of the sergeant in Command Decision. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer gave Whitmore a contract, but his role in the film adaptation was played by Van Johnson. His first major picture for MGM was Battleground, in a role that was turned down by Spencer Tracy, to whom Whitmore bore a noted physical resemblance. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for this role, and won the Golden Globe Award as Best Performance by an Actor In A Supporting Role. Other major films included Angels in the Outfield, The Asphalt Jungle, The Next Voice You Hear, Above and Beyond, Kiss Me, Kate, Them!, Oklahoma!, Black Like Me, Guns of the Magnificent Seven, Tora! Tora! Tora!, and Give 'em Hell, Harry!, a one-man show for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of former U.S. President Harry S Truman. In the film Tora! Tora! Tora!, he played Admiral William F. "Bull" Halsey.

Whitmore appeared during the 1950s on many television anthology series. He was cast as Father Emil Kapaun in the 1955 episode "The Good Thief" in the ABC religion anthology series Crossroads. Other roles followed on Jane Wyman Presents the Fireside Theater, Lux Video Theatre, Kraft Theatre, Studio One in Hollywood, Schlitz Playhouse, Matinee Theatre, and the Ford Television Theatre. In 1958, he carried the lead in "The Gabe Carswell Story" of NBC's Wagon Train, with Ward Bond. Whitmore has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6611 Hollywood Boulevard. The ceremony was held on February 8, 1960.