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Walter Brennan

Walter BrennanAKA Walter Andrew Brennan

Born: 25-Jul-1894
Birthplace: Swampscott, MA
Died: 21-Sep-1974
Location of death: Oxnard, CA
Cause of death: Emphysema
Remains: Buried, San Fernando Mission Cemetery, Mission Hills, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Three Oscars for Best Supporting Actor

Wife: Ruth Wells (m. 1920)
Daughter: Ruth Brennan
Son: Arthur Wells Brennan
Son: Walter Brennan, Jr.
Son: Andy Brennan

    Oscar for Best Supporting Actor 1938 for Come and Get It
    Oscar for Best Supporting Actor 1939 for Kentucky
    Oscar for Best Supporting Actor 1941 for The Westerner
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6501 Hollywood Blvd.
    National Cowboy Hall of Fame 1970

    To Rome with Love Andy Pruitt (1970-71)
    The Guns of Will Sonnett Will Sonnett (1967-69)
    The Tycoon Walter Andrews (1964-65)
    The Real McCoys Amos McCoy (Grandpa, 1957-63)

    Home for the Holidays (28-Nov-1972)
    The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again (17-Nov-1970)
    The Over-the-Hill Gang (7-Oct-1969)
    Support Your Local Sheriff (26-Mar-1969) · Pa Danby
    The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (21-Mar-1968) · Renssaeler Bower
    Who's Minding the Mint? (26-Sep-1967)
    The Gnome-Mobile (12-Jul-1967)
    The Oscar (4-Mar-1966) · Orrin C. Quentin
    Those Calloways (28-Jan-1965)
    How the West Was Won (1-Nov-1962) · Col. Hawkins
    Rio Bravo (18-Mar-1959) · Stumpy
    Tammy and the Bachelor (14-Jun-1957)
    The Way to the Gold (10-May-1957)
    Good-bye, My Lady (12-May-1956) · Uncle Jesse
    The Proud Ones (May-1956)
    Come Next Spring (9-Mar-1956) · Jeff Storys
    Glory (11-Jan-1956)
    At Gunpoint (25-Dec-1955)
    Bad Day at Black Rock (7-Jan-1955) · Doc Velie
    Four Guns to the Border (3-Nov-1954) · Simon Bhumer
    The Far Country (4-Oct-1954) · Ben
    Drums Across the River (Jun-1954)
    Lure of the Wilderness (16-Jul-1952) · Jim Harper
    The Wild Blue Yonder (5-Dec-1951)
    Best of the Badmen (9-Aug-1951) · Doc Butcher
    Along the Great Divide (16-May-1951) · Pop Keith
    The Showdown (15-Aug-1950)
    Curtain Call at Cactus Creek (25-May-1950)
    A Ticket to Tomahawk (18-Apr-1950)
    Singing Guns (28-Feb-1950)
    Task Force (30-Aug-1949) · Pete Richard
    Brimstone (15-Aug-1949) · Pop Courteen
    The Green Promise (22-Mar-1949) · Mr. Matthews
    Blood on the Moon (9-Nov-1948) · Kris Barden
    Red River (1-Sep-1948) · Groot Nadine
    Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! (14-Apr-1948) · Tony Maule
    Driftwood (15-Sep-1947) · Murph
    My Darling Clementine (3-Dec-1946)
    Nobody Lives Forever (1-Nov-1946) · Pop Gruber
    Centennial Summer (10-Jul-1946)
    A Stolen Life (6-Jul-1946) · Eben Folger
    Dakota (25-Dec-1945)
    The Princess and the Pirate (17-Nov-1944)
    To Have and Have Not (11-Oct-1944) · Eddie
    Home in Indiana (15-Jun-1944) · J. F. Thunder Bolt
    The North Star (4-Nov-1943) · Karp
    Slightly Dangerous (1-Apr-1943) · Cornelius Burden
    Hangmen Also Die (23-Mar-1943) · Stephen Novotny, Professor of History
    Stand by for Action (31-Dec-1942) · Chief Yeoman Henry Johnson
    The Pride of the Yankees (14-Jul-1942) · Sam Blake
    Swamp Water (16-Nov-1941)
    Sergeant York (2-Jul-1941) · Pastor Rosier Pile
    Meet John Doe (3-May-1941) · The Colonel
    Nice Girl? (21-Feb-1941)
    The Westerner (18-Sep-1940) · Judge Roy Bean
    Maryland (12-Jul-1940)
    Northwest Passage (23-Feb-1940) · Hunk Marriner
    Stanley and Livingstone (4-Aug-1939) · Jeff Slocum
    They Shall Have Music (26-Jul-1939) · Prof. Lawson
    The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (29-Mar-1939) · Walter
    Kentucky (24-Dec-1938) · Peter Goodwin
    The Cowboy and the Lady (24-Nov-1938) · Sugar
    Mother Carey's Chickens (29-Jul-1938)
    The Texans (27-Jul-1938) · Chuckawalla
    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (17-Feb-1938)
    The Buccaneer (7-Jan-1938) · Ezra Peavey
    She's Dangerous! (24-Jan-1937)
    Banjo on My Knee (11-Dec-1936) · Newt Holley
    Come and Get It (6-Nov-1936) · Swan Bostrom
    Fury (29-May-1936) · "Bugs" Meyers
    The Moon's Our Home (10-Apr-1936)
    These Three (18-Mar-1936) · Taxi Driver
    Three Godfathers (6-Mar-1936) · Gus
    Seven Keys to Baldpate (30-Nov-1935)
    Barbary Coast (13-Oct-1935) · Old Atrocity
    Man on the Flying Trapeze (3-Aug-1935)
    The Wedding Night (16-Mar-1935)
    Half a Sinner (1-Jun-1934)
    Two-Fisted Law (8-Jun-1932)
    Texas Cyclone (24-Feb-1932)
    King of Jazz (20-Apr-1930)

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