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George Murphy (I) (1902–1992)


After giving up college, George Murphy decided to become a dancer. Starting in 1927, he worked with his wife and partner Julie Johnson on Broadway. In 1934, after his wife retired from show business, he worked with Shirley Temple, in Hollywood, as well as Eleanor Powell, Fred Astaire, and Ronald Reagan. A Republican since 1939, in 1945 he became ... See full bio »

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(age 89) in Palm Beach, Florida, USA

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Known For

This Is the Army
This Is the Army Jerry Jones
(1943)
Battleground
Battleground 'Pop' Stazak
(1949)
Broadway Melody of 1940
(1940)
Border Incident
Border Incident Jack Bearnes
(1949)

Filmography

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 1960 New Comedy Showcase (TV Series)
Charles Tyler
- You're Only Young Twice (1960) ... Charles Tyler
 1952 Walk East on Beacon!
Inspector James 'Jim' Belden
 1952 Talk About a Stranger
Robert Fontaine Sr.
 1951 No Questions Asked
Police Inspector Matt Duggan
 1949 Battleground
'Pop' Stazak
 1949 Border Incident
Jack Bearnes
 1948 Big City
Patrick O'Donnell
 1948 Tenth Avenue Angel
Steve Abbutt
 1947 Cynthia
Larry Bishop
 1947 The Arnelo Affair
Theodore 'Ted' Parkson
 1946 Up Goes Maisie
Joseph Morton
 1945 Having Wonderful Crime
Jake Justus
 1944 Step Lively
Gordon Miller
 1944 Show Business
George Doane
 1944 Broadway Rhythm
Jonnie Demming
 1943 This Is the Army
Jerry Jones
 1943 Bataan
Lt. Steve Bentley
 1943 The Powers Girl
Jerry Hendricks
 1942 The Navy Comes Through
Lt. Thomas L. 'Tom' Sands
 1942 For Me and My Gal
Jimmy K. Metcalf
 1942 The Mayor of 44th Street
Joe Jonathan
 1941 Rise and Shine
Jimmy McGonigle
 1941 Ringside Maisie
Skeets Maguire
 1941 Tom, Dick and Harry
Tom
 1941 A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob
Claudius J. 'Coffee Cup' Cup
 1940 Little Nellie Kelly
Jerry Kelly
 1940 Public Deb No. 1
Alan Blake
 1940 Two Girls on Broadway
Eddie Kerns
 1940 Broadway Melody of 1940
King Shaw
 1939 Risky Business
Dan Clifford
 1938 Hold That Co-ed
Rusty
 1938 Letter of Introduction
Barry Paige
 1938 Little Miss Broadway
Roger Wendling
 1937 You're a Sweetheart
Hal Adams
 1937 The Women Men Marry
Bill Raeburn
 1937 Broadway Melody of 1938
Sonny Ledford
 1937 London by Night
Michael Denis
 1937 Top of the Town
Ted Lane
 1936 Violets in Spring (Short)
Charlie Hall
 1936 Woman Trap
Keat Shevlin
 1935 The Public Menace
Edward Joseph 'Red' Foster
 1935 After the Dance
Jerry Davis
 1935 I'll Love You Always
Carl Brent
 1934 Jealousy
Larry O'Roarke
 1934 Kid Millions
Jerry Lane
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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared (as "Slit-throat McGillicuddy" / "Turtle Bay Dover's and Breeder's Social Club" / "I Want to Chisel in on Your Heart" / "(Just) Begging for Love" / "Do As You Like (Do What You Like)"; Broadway debut) in "Shoot the Works" on Broadway. Musical revue. Book by Heywood Hale Broun (also producer), Peter Arno, Sig Herzig, ... See more »

Publicity Listings:

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Height:

5' 11" (1.8 m)
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[on Nancy Carroll] Nancy herself wasn't too easy to work with. She was potentially one of the great stars, but she never quite made it -- maybe because she used stage tricks instead of her God-given talents ... She seemed to enjoy making others uncomfortable. See more »

Trivia:

Graduated from the Peddie School prior to going on to Yale. See more »

Star Sign:

Cancer

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