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Robert Emhardt, Dean Jagger, and Carmen Mathews in The Twilight Zone (1959)Janet Gaynor and Dean Jagger in Bernardine (1957)Burt Lancaster, Dean Jagger, and Arthur Kennedy in Elmer Gantry (1960)Jean Simmons, Edward Andrews, and Dean Jagger in Elmer Gantry (1960)Spencer Tracy, Walter Brennan, Lee Marvin, Russell Collins, Dean Jagger, Robert Ryan, and Walter Sande in Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)Doris Day, Jimmy Durante, Dean Jagger, and Martha Raye in Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962)Dean Jagger and Barry Newman in Vanishing Point (1971)Susan Dey and Dean Jagger in The Partridge Family: Don't Bring Your Guns to Town, Santa (1971)Helen Hayes, Dean Jagger, and Robert Walker in My Son John (1952)Pamela Blake, James Craig, and Dean Jagger in The Omaha Trail (1942)James Craig, Dean Jagger, Harry Morgan, and Henry Roquemore in The Omaha Trail (1942)Pamela Blake, James Craig, Edward Ellis, Dean Jagger, and Donald Meek in The Omaha Trail (1942)Dean Jagger and Joe Yule in The Omaha Trail (1942)Nils Asther, George Cleveland, Dean Jagger, Glenn Strange, and Kent Taylor in Alaska (1944)Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)Mary Brian and Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)John Carradine, Sidney Blackmer, William Henry, Dean Jagger, William Marshall, and Charles Wagenheim in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)Dean Jagger in Vanishing Point (1971)Dean Jagger and Barry Newman in Vanishing Point (1971)Natalie Wood and Dean Jagger in Cash McCall (1960)Dean Jagger in Evil Town (1977)James Keach and Dean Jagger in Evil Town (1977)Sharon Hugueny and Dean Jagger in Parrish (1961)John Carradine and Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)John Carradine, Sidney Blackmer, and Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)John Carradine, Mary Brian, Sidney Blackmer, and Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)John Carradine, Sidney Blackmer, William Henry, Dean Jagger, Edward Keane, and Ian Keith in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)William Holden, June Allyson, Nina Foch, Barbara Stanwyck, Shelley Winters, Paul Douglas, Louis Calhern, Dean Jagger, Fredric March, and Walter Pidgeon in Executive Suite (1954)Mary Astor, Ann E. Todd, Claire Du Brey, Dean Jagger, Imboden Parrish, Ruth Robinson, Jean Rogers, and Cecil Weston in Brigham Young (1940)Mary Brian and Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)William Holden, June Allyson, Nina Foch, Barbara Stanwyck, Shelley Winters, Paul Douglas, Louis Calhern, Dean Jagger, Fredric March, and Walter Pidgeon in Executive Suite (1954)Dean Jagger in Denver and Rio Grande (1952)Randolph Scott, Robert Young, Virginia Gilmore, and Dean Jagger in Western Union (1941)Dean Jagger in Western Union (1941)Natalie Wood, Walter Brennan, Charlotte Greenwood, Dean Jagger, and Ruth Warrick in Driftwood (1947)William Holden, June Allyson, Nina Foch, Barbara Stanwyck, Shelley Winters, Paul Douglas, Louis Calhern, Dean Jagger, Fredric March, and Walter Pidgeon in Executive Suite (1954)Ward Bond, Murray Alper, Steffi Duna, William Hall, Dean Jagger, Anne Nagel, Charles Waldron, and Bill in Escape by Night (1937)Mary Brian, William Henry, and Dean Jagger in I Escaped from the Gestapo (1943)Wallace Ford, Dean Jagger, and June Travis in Exiled to Shanghai (1937)Dean Jagger in Denver and Rio Grande (1952)Randolph Scott, Robert Young, Virginia Gilmore, and Dean Jagger in Western Union (1941)Randolph Scott, Robert Young, Virginia Gilmore, and Dean Jagger in Western Union (1941)Randolph Scott, Robert Young, Virginia Gilmore, and Dean Jagger in Western Union (1941)Dean Jagger, Otto Kruger, Shepperd Strudwick, Conrad Veidt, and Loretta Young in The Men in Her Life (1941)Van Heflin, Helen Hayes, Dean Jagger, and Robert Walker in My Son John (1952)
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Biography

Dean Jagger was born in Lima, Ohio, on November 7, 1903. He dropped out of high school twice before finally graduating from Wabash College. Working first as a school teacher, he soon became interested in acting and enrolled at Chicago's "Lyceum Art Conservatory". Mr. Jagger made his first movie and only silent film, The Woman from Hell (1929) in ... See full bio »
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