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Broderick Crawford

Broderick CrawfordAKA William Broderick Crawford

Born: 9-Dec-1911
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Died: 26-Apr-1986
Location of death: Rancho Mirage, CA
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Buried, Ferndale Cemetery, Johnstown, NY

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: All the King's Men

Father: Lester Crawford (b. 25-Dec-1882, d. 24-Nov-1962)
Mother: Helen Broderick (actress, b. 11-Aug-1891, d. 25-Sep-1959)
Wife: Joan Tabor (actress, div.)
Wife: Kay Griffith (actress, m. 1940, two sons)
Son: Kelly G. Crawford
Son: Kim

    Oscar for Best Actor 1950 for All the King's Men
    Golden Globe 1950 for All the King's Men
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6901 Hollywood Blvd. (motion pictures)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6734 Hollywood Blvd. (television)
    Risk Factors: Smoking

    The Interns Dr. Peter Goldstone (1970-71)
    King of Diamonds Johnny King (1961-62)
    Highway Patrol Chief Dan Mathews (1955-59)

    Liar's Moon (Sep-1982)
    There Goes the Bride (Jul-1980)
    Harlequin (20-Mar-1980)
    A Little Romance (27-Apr-1979) · Himself
    The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (Dec-1977)
    Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (29-Oct-1976)
    Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (26-May-1976)
    Terror in the Wax Museum (May-1973)
    Embassy (1972)
    Hell's Bloody Devils (1-Jan-1970)
    The Vulture (3-May-1967)
    Red Tomahawk (1-Jan-1967)
    The Texican (Nov-1966)
    The Oscar (4-Mar-1966) · Sheriff
    Kid Rodelo (1-Jan-1966) · Joe Harbin
    Up from the Beach (1965)
    A House Is Not a Home (1-Sep-1964)
    The Castilian (14-Apr-1963) · Don Sancho
    Square of Violence (1963)
    Convicts 4 (15-Sep-1962) · The Warden
    Goliath and the Dragon (12-Aug-1960)
    The Decks Ran Red (10-Oct-1958) · Henry Scott
    Between Heaven and Hell (11-Oct-1956)
    The Fastest Gun Alive (12-Jul-1956) · Vinnie Harold
    The Swindle (9-Sep-1955)
    Not as a Stranger (28-Jun-1955)
    Big House, U.S.A. (3-Mar-1955) · Rollo Lamar
    New York Confidential (18-Feb-1955)
    Down Three Dark Streets (2-Sep-1954) · Ripley
    Human Desire (5-Aug-1954) · Carl Buckley
    Night People (12-Mar-1954)
    The Last Posse (4-Jul-1953)
    Last of the Comanches (22-Jan-1953)
    Stop, You're Killing Me (10-Dec-1952)
    Lone Star (8-Feb-1952) · Thomas Craden
    Scandal Sheet (16-Jan-1952)
    The Mob (7-Sep-1951) · Johnny Damico
    Born Yesterday (26-Dec-1950) · Harry Brock
    Convicted (Aug-1950)
    Cargo to Capetown (1-Apr-1950)
    All the King's Men (8-Nov-1949) · Willie Stark
    Anna Lucasta (11-Jul-1949)
    Night Unto Night (10-Jun-1949)
    A Kiss in the Dark (25-Mar-1949) · Mr. Botts
    The Time of Your Life (26-May-1948) · Bewildered Cop
    The Flame (24-Nov-1947)
    Slave Girl (17-Jul-1947)
    Black Angel (2-Aug-1946)
    Sin Town (25-Sep-1942)
    Broadway (8-May-1942)
    Larceny, Inc. (24-Apr-1942) · Jug Martin
    The Black Cat (2-May-1941)
    Texas Rangers Ride Again (13-Dec-1940)
    Trail of the Vigilantes (6-Dec-1940)
    Seven Sinners (25-Oct-1940)
    When the Daltons Rode (23-Aug-1940)
    I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby (May-1940)
    Slightly Honorable (22-Dec-1939) · Russ Sampson
    Eternally Yours (7-Oct-1939) · Don
    The Real Glory (15-Sep-1939)
    Island of Lost Men (16-Aug-1939)
    Beau Geste (2-Aug-1939)
    Ambush (20-Jan-1939)
    Start Cheering (3-Mar-1938)
    Woman Chases Man (28-Apr-1937) · Hunk

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