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Studio era stars that haven't had SUTS tributes

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I should preface the list that follows by saying a few things. First, it is not inclusive but hopefully we can add to it, and subtract from it when/if some of these people are honored by TCM. Second, I should explain my criteria for including names and excluding names.

They could be silent stars since TCM does honor silent stars in August, but a lot of the silent films are lost so I usually only included silent stars who also had available sound films. They could also be child stars because TCM honors them too. And they could be British or International stars, but I tended to only include British or foreign stars if they also made Hollywood films. I did include character actors and actresses, but only if they had leads in significant "B" films or had significant costarring parts in "A" films, especially if they had earned Oscar nominations and awards. 

Who I did not include-- I did not include people with short filmographies, because there would not be enough titles for a full day. Those people, like James Dean and Shirley Booth, are better for a primetime spotlight. In order to be considered a lengthy enough filmography, they needed to have substantial roles in at least 10 films that TCM could show. So Mario Lanza who only made 9 films, one of them just dubbing Edmund Purdom, did not qualify though he was certainly a popular star. 

Finally, I applied a production period to this. The cut-off I chose was December 31, 1959. So this means the star needed to be in ten substantial films before 1960, since this would keep them in the studio era. 

I did not include anyone who had previously received a Summer Under the Stars tribute on TCM.

So the text doesn't get too long, I will break it up into separate posts so it's easier to read.

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LETTER A

Abbott & Costello; Julie Adams; John Agar; Brian Aherne; Eddie Albert; Frank Albertson; Lola Albright; Robert Alda; Ross Alexander; Barbara Jo Allen (also credited as Vera Vague); Grace Allen; Rex Allen; Don Ameche; Adrienne Ames; Merry Anders; Judith Anderson; Keith Andes; Andrews Sisters; Heather Angel; Pier Angeli; Evelyn Ankers; John Archer; Eve Arden; Richard Arlen; George Arliss; Pedro Armendariz; Robert Armstrong; Edward Arnold; Richard Attenborough; Mischa Auer; Jean-Pierre Aumont; Gene Autry

LETTER B

Stephanie Bachelor; Fay Bainter; Kenny Baker; George Bancroft; Tallulah Bankhead; Leslie Banks; Jim Bannon; Lynn Bari; Lex Barker; Binnie Barnes; Wendy Barrie; Don Barry; Gene Barry; Richard Barthelmess; Richard Basehart; Warner Baxter; John Beal; Barbara Bel Geddes; William Bendix; Bruce Bennett; Jack Benny; Edgar Bergen; Polly Bergen; Milton Berle; Joe Besser; Lyle Bettger; Turhan Bey; Charles Bickford; William Bishop; Vivian Blaine; Janet Blair; John Boles; Ray Bolger; Beulah Bondi; Ward Bond; Richard Boone; Adrian Booth (also credited as Lorna Gray); Karin Booth; Cornel Borchers; Clara Bow; Lee Bowman; Stephen Boyd; William Boyd; Eddie Bracken; Grace Bradley; Olympe Bradna; Alice Brady; Scott Brady; Keefe Brasselle; Rossano Brazzi; El Brendel; Walter Brennan; David Brian; Lloyd Bridges; May Britt; Barbara Britton; Helen Broderick; Steve Brodie; John Bromfield; Hillary Brooke; Joe E. Brown; Johnny Mack Brown; Tom Brown; David Bruce; Jane Bryan; Billie Burke; Bob Burns; George Burns; Raymond Burr; Red Buttons; Spring Byington

LETTER C

Bruce Cabot; Susan Cabot; Louis Calhern; Rory Calhoun; Phyllis Calvert; Corinne Calvet; Rod Cameron; Judy Canova; Eddie Cantor; Macdonald Carey; Philip Carey; Richard Carlson; Hoagy Carmichael; Tullio Carminati; Carleton Carpenter; Carolina Cotton; Leo Carrillo; John Carroll; Madeleine Carroll; Nancy Carroll; Sunset Carson; Janis Carter; Peggie Castle; Joan Caulfield; Chick Chandler; Helen Chandler; Jeff Chandler; Lon Chaney Jr.; Marguerite Chapman; Ruth Chatterton; Virginia Cherrill; Linda Christian; Mady Christians; Marguerite Churchill; Bernice Claire; Dane Clark; Petula Clark; Colin Clive; Lee J. Cobb; Steve Cochran; Constance Collier; Joan Collins; Betty Compson; Chuck Connors; Hans Conried; Richard ConteTom Conway; Peter Cookson; Ben Cooper; Jackie Cooper; Wendell Corey; Valentina Cortese; Ricardo Cortez; George Coulouris; Jerome Courtland; Buster Crabbe; James Craig; Laird Cregar; Richard Cromwell; Hume Cronyn; Henrietta Crosman; Robert Cummings; Peggy Cummins; Peter Cushing

LETTER D

Dan Dailey; Lili Damita; Dorothy Dandridge; Bebe Daniels; Helmut Dantine; Ray Danton; Danielle Darrieux; Frankie Darro; Jane Darwell; Claude Dauphin; Gail Davis; Jim Davis; Joan Davis; Nancy Davis; Laraine Day; Marceline Day; Yvonne De Carlo; Arturo De Cordova; Don De Fore; Gloria De Haven; Billy De Wolfe; Eddie Dean; Margia Dean; Frances Dee; Albert Dekker; Dolores Del Rio; William Demarest; Richard Denning; Reginald Denny; John Derek; Gloria Dickson; Claire Dodd; Faith Domergue; Ted Donaldson; Robert Donat; Brian Donlevy; Jeff Donnell; Philip Dorn; Diana Dors; Fifi D'Orsay; Paul Douglas; Billie Dove; Charles Drake; Tom Drake; Ellen Drew; Bobby Driscoll; Joanne Dru; Michael Duane; Howard Duff; Steffi Duna; James Dunn; June Duprez; Jimmy Durante; Deanna Durbin; Dan Duryea 

LETTER E

Richard Egan; Sally Eilers; Florence Eldridge; Vera Ellen; Bill Elliott; Patricia Ellis; Faye Emerson; Leif Erickson; John Ericson; Leon Errol; Stuart Erwin; Dale Evans; Gene Evans; Joan Evans; Madge Evans; Maurice Evans; Tom Ewell; William Eythe

LETTER F

Douglas Fairbanks Sr.; David Farrar; Charles Farrell; Frank Fay; Alice Faye; Edith Fellows; Jose Ferrer; Mel Ferrer; Betty Field; Gracie Fields; W.C. Fields; Barry Fitzgerald; Geraldine Fitzgerald; Rhonda Fleming; Nina Foch; Dick Foran (sometimes credited as Richard Foran); Wallace Ford; Sally Forrest; Steve Forrest; Norman Foster; Preston Foster; Susanna Foster; Arthur Franz; Jane Frazee; Mona Freeman

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LETTER G

Franciska Gaal; Zsa Zsa Gabor; William Gargan; Peggy Ann Garner; Vittorio Gassman; Nancy Gates; Leo Genn; Wynne Gibson; Frances Gifford; Jean Gillie; Ruth Gordon; Farley Granger; Kathryn Grant; Kirby Grant; Bonita Granville; Charley Grapewin; Coleen Gray; Sally Gray; Richard Greene; Sydney Greenstreet; Charlotte Greenwood; Jane Greer; Tito Guizar; Sigrid Gurie; Edmund Gwenn; Anne Gwynne

LETTER H

Hugo Haas; William Haines; Barbara Hale; Monte Hale; Jack Haley; Jon Hall; Billy Halop; Margaret Hamilton; Neil Hamilton; Cedric Hardwicke; Phil Harris; Laurence Harvey; Signe Hasso; Hurd Hatfield; June Haver; June Havoc; Jack Hawkins; Sessue Hayakawa; Allison Hayes; Helen Hayes; Dick Haymes; Louis Hayward; Wanda Hendrix; Sonja Henie; Jean Hersholt; Wendy Hiller; Harriet Hilliard; Rose Hobart; Valerie Hobson; Gloria Holden; Celeste Holm; Phillips Holmes; Jack Holt; Skip Homeier; Oskar Homolka; Edward Everett Horton; John Hubbard; Rochelle Hudson; Mary Beth Hughes; Benita Hume; Marsha Hunt; Ian Hunter; Jeffrey Hunter; Kim Hunter; Tab Hunter; Ruth Hussey; Josephine Hutchinson; Betty Hutton; Leila Hyams; Martha Hyer

LETTER I

Frieda Inescort; Burl Ives; John Ireland

LETTER J

Dean Jagger; Claude Jarman; Gloria Jean; Anne Jeffreys; Adele Jergens; Rosamund John; Glynis Johns; Celia Johnson; Al Jolson; Allan Jones; Buck Jones; Carolyn Jones; Dorothy Jordan; Victor Jory; Allyn Joslyn; Louis Jourdan; Brenda Joyce; Arline Judge; Katy Jurado; James Robertson Justice

LETTER K

Brian Keith; Cecil Kellaway; Jack Kelly; Grace Kelly (was Star of the Month in 2009 but has never been a SUTS honoree); Nancy Kelly; Patsy Kelly; Paul Kelly; Kay Kendall; Arthur Kennedy; Evelyn Keyes; Guy Kibbee; Percy Kilbride; Andrea King; Evalyn Knapp; Patric Knowles; Alexander Knox; Charles Korvin; Otto Kruger

LETTER L

Laura La Plante; Rod La Rocque; Jack La Rue; Lash La Rue; Bert Lahr; Arthur Lake; Veronica Lake; Fernando Lamas; Dorothy Lamour; Elsa Lanchester; Elissa Landi; Carole Landis; Allan Lane; Priscilla Lane; Frances Langford; Piper Laurie; Jody Lawrance; Francis Lederer; Anna Lee; Andrea Leeds; Joan Leslie; Jerry Lewis; Eric Linden; Viveca Lindfors; Margaret Lindsay; John Litel; Roger Livesey; Robert Livingston; Gene Lockhart; June Lockhart; Margaret Lockwood; John Loder; Gina Lollobrigida; Herbert Lom; Julie London; Audrey Long; Richard Long; Marjorie Lord; Anita Louise; Bessie Love; Frank Lovejoy; Edmund Lowe; Robert Lowery; Bela Lugosi; Paul Lukas; Keye Luke; John Lund; William Lundigan; James Lydon (also credited as Jimmy Lydon); Diana Lynn; Jeffrey Lynn; Ben Lyon

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LETTER M

Helen Mack; Dorothy Mackaill; Aline MacMahon; Gordon MacRae; George Macready; Guy Madison; Anna Magnani; Jock Mahoney; Marjorie Main; David Manners; Irene Manning; Adele Mara; Margo; Sari Maritza; Hugh Marlowe; Marian Marsh; Alan Marshal; Brenda Marshall; William Marshall (sometimes credited as Billy Marshall and Bill Marshall); Dewey Martin; Mary Martin; Tony Martin; Osa Massen; Ilona Massey; Jessie Matthews; Marilyn Maxwell; Ken Maynard; Nicole Maurey; Virginia Mayo; Lon McCallister; Tim McCoy; Marie McDonald; Charles McGraw; Dorothy McGuire; Marcy McGuire; Wanda McKay; Virginia McKenna; Victor McLaglen; Catherine McLeod; Stephen McNally; Patricia Medina; Ralph Meeker; Una Merkel; Ethel Merman; Gary Merrill; Gertrude Michael; Vera Miles; Sal Mineo; Carmen Miranda; Kristine Miller; Patsy Ruth Miller; John Mills; James Mitchell; Thomas Mitchell; Gerald Mohr; Conchita Montenegro; Maria Montez; Douglass Montgomery; George Montgomery; Cleo Moore; Terry Moore; Victor Moore; Agnes Moorehead; Polly Moran; Kenneth More; Frank Morgan; Michele Morgan; Patricia Morison; Karen Morley; Robert Morley; Chester Morris; Wayne Morris; Alan Mowbray; Jean Muir; Ona Munson; Audie Murphy; George Murphy

LETTER N

George Nader; Conrad Nagel; Anna Neagle; Tom Neal; Hildegarde Neff (also credited as Hildegarde Knef); Pola Negri; Gene Nelson; Lori Nelson; Robert Newton; Alex Nicol; Lloyd Nolan

LETTER O

George O’Brien; Pat O’Brien; Cathy O'Donnell; Martha O’Driscoll; Donald O’Connor; Dan O'Herlihy; Dennis O’Keefe; Michael O’Shea; Maureen O’Sullivan; Jack Oakie; Edna May Oliver; Olsen & Johnson; Nancy Olson; Vivienne Osborne; Maria Ouspenskaya; Reginald Owen

LETTER P

Anita Page; Gale Page; Debra Paget; Janis Paige; Mabel Paige; Robert Paige; Eugene Pallette; Lilli Palmer; Fess Parker; Jean Parker; Larry Parks; Pat Paterson; Gail Patrick; Marisa Pavan; John Payne; Barbara Payton; Joe Penner; Anthony Perkins (was Star of the Month in 2017 but has never been a SUTS honoree); Jean Peters; Susan Peters; Mary Pickford; ZaSu Pitts; Rossana Podesta; Eric Portman; Mala Powers; Micheline Presle (also credited as Micheline Prelle); Robert Preston; Roger Pryor; Edmund Purdom

LETTER Q

Eddie Quillan

LETTER R

Ella Raines; Marjorie Rambeau; Ron Randell; Aldo Ray; Martha Raye; Gene Raymond; Paula Raymond; Michael Redgrave; George Reeves; Phil Regan; Michael Rennie; Dorothy Revier; Marjorie Reynolds; Renie Riano; Florence Rice; Ann Richards; Kane Richmond; Tex Ritter; Ritz Brothers; Lyda Roberti; Beverly Roberts; Lynne Roberts; Dale Robertson; Paul Robeson; Bill Robinson; Flora Robson; May Robson; Patricia Roc; Estelita Rodriguez; Charles Buddy Rogers; Roy Rogers; Will Rogers; Gilbert Roland; Ruth Roman; Cesar Romero; Shirley Ross; Charles Ruggles; Barbara Rush; Gail Russell; Ann Rutherford; Margaret Rutherford; Peggy Ryan

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LETTER S

Sabu; S.Z. Sakall; Chic Sale; Ann Savage; John Saxon; Maria Schell; Joseph Schildkraut; Lizabeth Scott; Martha Scott; Zachary Scott; Johnny Sheffield; Lowell Sherman; Anne Shirley; Bill Shirley (sometimes credited as William Shirley); Sylvia Sidney; Phil Silvers; Alastair Sim; Ginny Simms; Simone Simon; Penny Singleton; Alison Skipworth; Walter Slezak; C. Aubrey Smith; Constance Smith; Kent Smith; Gale Sondergaard; Guy Standing; Charles Starrett; Anna Sten; Jan Sterling; Robert Sterling; Craig Stevens; Mark Stevens; Onslow Stevens; Dean Stockwell; Lewis Stone; Gale Storm; Gloria Stuart; Margaret Sullavan; Barry Sullivan; Slim Summerville; Gloria Swanson; Nora Swinburne

LETTER T

Lyle Talbot; Gloria Talbott; Russ Tamblyn; Akim Tamiroff; Jessica Tandy; Don Taylor; Verree Teasdale; Phillip Terry; Ruth Terry; Phyllis Thaxter; Frankie Thomas; Terry-Thomas; Carlos Thompson; Marshall Thompson; Lawrence Tierney; Kenneth Tobey; Genevieve Tobin; Ann Todd; Richard Todd; David Tomlinson; Marta Toren; Raquel Torres; Lupita Tovar; Colleen Townsend; Bill Travers; Arthur Treacher; Forrest Tucker; Sonny Tufts; Helen Twelvetrees

LETTER V

Virginia Vale; Rudy Vallee; Alida Valli; Mamie Van Doren; Lupe Velez; Elena Verdugo; Kaaren Verne; Glen Vernon (sometimes credited as Glenn Vernon); Martha Vickers; June Vincent; Helen Vinson; Milly Vitale; Joan Vohs; Erich Von Stroheim

LETTER W

Robert Wagner; Anton Walbrook; Helen Walker; Jean Wallace; Ruth Warrick; Ethel Waters; Jack Webb; Virginia Weidler; Mae West; Helen Westley; Michael Whalen; Wheeler & Woolsey; Alice White; James Whitmore; May Whitty; Henry Wilcoxon; Cornel Wilde; Michael Wilding; Emlyn Wiliams; Bill Williams; Marie Wilson; Marie Windsor; George Winslow; Jane Withers; Louis Wolheim; Anna May Wong; Joan Woodbury; Donald Woods; Jane Wyatt; Patrice Wymore; Keenan Wynn; Dana Wynter; Diana Wynyard

LETTER Y

Shirley Yamaguchi; Gig Young; Robert Young (was Star of the Month in 1996 but has never been a SUTS honoree); Roland Young; Joe Yule

LETTER Z

Mai Zetterling; George Zucco

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We need an emoticon for "wow". Composing lists like this strike me as amazing.

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2 hours ago, Brrrcold said:

Conrad Veidt had a Summer Under the Stars day, in 2011 if I recall correctly.

Thanks for catching the error. Yes, you're right. It was in 2011. I just edited the earlier post and removed him from the list.

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On 3/11/2018 at 12:41 PM, TopBilled said:

LETTER P

 

Anita Page; Gale Page; Debra Paget; Janis Paige; Mabel Paige; Robert Paige; Eugene Pallette; Lilli Palmer; Fess Parker; Jean Parker; Larry Parks; Gail Patrick; Marisa Pavan; John Payne; Barbara Payton; Joe Penner; Jean Peters; Susan Peters; Mary Pickford; ZaSu Pitts; Rossana Podesta; Eric Portman; Mala Powers; Micheline Presle; Robert Preston; Roger Pryor; Edmund Purdom

Anthony Perkins should be added. He was SOTM last October but has never had a SUTS tribute. (Perkins and Robert Young are the only SOTM honorees who have never had a SUTS tribute. I wonder what the reasoning behind that is.) If you have Fess Parker listed, you should have James MacArthur and Annette Funicello listed as well because they are Disney stars. We would get treated to a full day of Treasures From The Disney Vault.

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It's shocking some of these stars have never had a SUTS tribute. (Especially Robert Young.)

Some other points I'd like to make:

  • Dirk Bogarde had a SUTS day in 2009. He hasn't had one since.
  • Jerry Lewis does not have enough films on his own to have a SUTS day. If TCM wanted to honor him, they could do a Martin and Lewis Day (even though Dean Martin had a SUTS day in 2016). If this occurred, this would be the first double SUTS day.
  • Please add Roger Moore and Robert Vaughn to the list.

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46 minutes ago, jinsinna13 said:

Anthony Perkins should be added. He was SOTM last October but has never had a SUTS tribute. (Perkins and Robert Young are the only SOTM honorees who have never had a SUTS tribute. I wonder what the reasoning behind that is.) If you have Fess Parker listed, you should have James MacArthur and Annette Funicello listed as well because they are Disney stars. We would get treated to a full day of Treasures From The Disney Vault.

I will add Perkins. George Brent is another one who was Star of the Month, but has never had a day in August.

I included Fess Parker because he had ten substantial film roles before December 31, 1959. As explained in the original post, this date is my arbitrary cut off to ensure all of them are studio era stars with enough films made during the studio era for a full day tribute. James MacArthur did not make enough films in the 50s and neither did Annette Funicello.

For the same reason, I excluded Robert Vaughn who was only in 7 films during the 50s and one of them was an uncredited role. Roger Moore only had 6 film appearances in the 50s, because he was working as model during those years.

Based on your other post, since Bogarde did have a SUTS day already and I missed that, I will remove him from the list. This thread is about people who made ten or more films before 1960 that have not had a SUTS day yet.

Jerry Lewis qualifies. He was in 23 films before 1960. Two of them were cameos, but he had substantial roles in 21 of them. Six were without Dean Martin. So they could easily give him a day where half the films are with Martin and half the films are his solo output in the late 50s.

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Lots of talent in this list, and correcting 'oversights' in programming could take years. But if one thinks in terms of how to assemble 24 hours of entertainment there are several character actors who could do very nicely (and are well deserving: May Robson, Aline McMahon, Jack Carson, Otto Kruger ...

If I had to push just one performer to keep me entertained, intrigued, amused all day, I'd pick Louis Calhern.

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6 hours ago, TopBilled said:

I will add Perkins. George Brent is another one who was Star of the Month, but has never had a day in August.

I included Fess Parker because he had ten substantial film roles before December 31, 1959. As explained in the original post, this date is my arbitrary cut off to ensure all of them are studio era stars with enough films made during the studio era for a full day tribute. James MacArthur did not make enough films in the 50s and neither did Annette Funicello.

For the same reason, I excluded Robert Vaughn who was only in 7 films during the 50s and one of them was an uncredited role. Roger Moore only had 6 film appearances in the 50s, because he was working as model during those years.

Based on your other post, since Bogarde did have a SUTS day already and I missed that, I will remove him from the list. This thread is about people who made ten or more films before 1960 that have not had a SUTS day yet.

Jerry Lewis qualifies. He was in 23 films before 1960. Two of them were cameos, but he had substantial roles in 21 of them. Six were without Dean Martin. So they could easily give him a day where half the films are with Martin and half the films are his solo output in the late 50s.

Thanks.

TopBilled, thank you for the reply. I didn't realize how few films Robert Vaughn and most of the others I mentioned made during the studio era. I guess I was looking at the overall filmography instead.

I agree with you about Jerry Lewis. If he had a SUTS day, half of the films would be with Dean Martin. But a double or group SUTS (Martin and Lewis, The Marx Brothers, etc) could still be in the cards.

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30 minutes ago, jinsinna13 said:

TopBilled, thank you for the reply. I didn't realize how few films Robert Vaughn and most of the others I mentioned made during the studio era. I guess I was looking at the overall filmography instead.

I agree with you about Jerry Lewis. If he had a SUTS day, half of the films would be with Dean Martin. But a double or group SUTS (Martin and Lewis, The Marx Brothers, etc) could still be in the cards.

Some actors, who also had solo output, are remembered more for their "team work." So for instance, when we get a day devoted to Greer Garson, usually half the films feature her frequent screen partner Walter Pidgeon. And likewise, when we get a day for Jeanette MacDonald, a large percentage of the films scheduled also include Nelson Eddy.

I am glad you understood I wasn't trying to deliberately exclude Robert Vaughn as I am a fan of his too. Going with the parameters I selected, I also had to exclude Mario Lanza and Rosemary Clooney. Typically, stars who were more known as singers did not have a large volume of films. And stars like Robert Vaughn, Dennis Weaver and Jack Lord, who all began in movies in the 50s, ended up focusing on television work, so there are less films with them for TCM to play. 

I chose the cut off of 1960, because though the production code did not actually end until 1968, by the mid-60s the code was being more loosely applied. It's easier to just stop at 1960, so then there are three full decades of sound films to cover. As we know, TCM does feature some performers from the 60s during Summer Under the Stars but 95% of the people honored became stars during the production code era and many of the titles come from the years when the code was in full force.

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Marcel Dalio? He had some important roles in French films (Grand Illusion, The Rules of the Game) and mostly small character parts in US films - though in a few cases (Casablanca, Sabrina, To Have and Have Not, The Happy Time) these were fairly significant to the plots.

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53 minutes ago, Brrrcold said:

Mischa Auer?

Yes, he might be someone to add to the list. Not sure if he ever had any leads, even in B films. I will need to research him more.

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On 3/20/2018 at 1:40 PM, Brrrcold said:

Mischa Auer?

I just added him to the list. He has a lead in a film called SUCKER MONEY. Though he typically played supporting/character roles. He had a long career, appearing in films from 1928 to 1967. He's really funny in UP IN MABEL'S ROOM.

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Always managed to stand out in big ensembles - "My Man Godfrey", "Three Smart Girls", "And Then There Were None."

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On 3/11/2018 at 5:19 PM, Thenryb said:

We need an emoticon for "wow". Composing lists like this strike me as amazing.

I totally agree. Nice work.

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On 4/27/2018 at 3:06 AM, garovick said:

I totally agree. Nice work.

Thanks. Hopefully I haven't left out too many. I tried to be as comprehensive as possible, given the parameters I chose.

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Note--

I just went ahead and removed Lionel Atwill, Lew Ayres, George Brent and Dorothy Malone from the earlier posts in this thread, since they have been given a day this August. 

Thank you TCM for honoring them!

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1 hour ago, TopBilled said:

Note--

I just went ahead and removed Lionel Atwill, Lew Ayres, George Brent and Dorothy Malone from the earlier posts in this thread, since they have been given a day this August. 

Thank you TCM for honoring them!

Audrey Totter as well!

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45 minutes ago, Barton_Keyes said:

Audrey Totter as well!

Thanks. I just took her name off the earlier post.

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