فرێدریک مارچ

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فرێدریک مارچ

فرێدریک مارچ (بە ئینگلیزی: Fredric March) (٣١ی ئابی ١٨٩٧ - ١٤ی نیسانی ١٩٧٥) ئەکتەرێکی ئەمریکی فیلم و شانۆ بوو[١][٢]. لە ساڵی ١٩٣٢ خەڵاتی ئۆسکاری بۆ باشترین ئەکتەر وەرگرت لە فیلمی (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) و هەروەها بۆ دووەم جار و لە ساڵی ١٩٤٧ هەمان خەڵاتی وەرگرت بۆ فیلمی (The Best Years of Our Lives). مارچ یەکەم ئەکتەرە کە هەردوو خەڵاتی ئۆسکار و خەڵاتی تۆنی دووجار ببات.


ساڵ فیلم ڕۆڵ تێبینییەکان
1921 The Great Adventure uncredited extra
Paying the Piper uncredited extra
The Education of Elizabeth uncredited extra
The Devil uncredited extra
1929 The Dummy Trumbull Meredith
The Wild Party James 'Gil' Gilmore
The Studio Murder Mystery Richard Hardell
Paris Bound Jim Hutton
Jealousy Pierre
Footlights and Fools Gregory Pyne lost film; the soundtrack survives
The Marriage Playground Martin Boyne
1930 Sarah and Son Howard Vanning
Paramount on Parade Doughboy (cameo)
Ladies Love Brutes Dwight Howell
True to the Navy Bull's Eye McCoy
Manslaughter Dan O'Bannon
Laughter Paul Lockridge
The Royal Family of Broadway Tony Cavendish Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actor
1931 Honor Among Lovers Jerry Stafford
Night Angel Rudek Berken
My Sin Dick Grady
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Dr. Henry Jekyll/Mr. Hyde Academy Award for Best Actor (tied with Wallace Beery for The Champ)
1932 Strangers in Love Buddy Drake/Arthur Drake
Merrily We Go to Hell Jerry Corbett
Make Me a Star himself behind-the-scenes drama
Smilin' Through Kenneth Wayne
The Sign of the Cross Marcus Superbus
Hollywood on Parade No. A-1 himself short film
1933 Tonight Is Ours Sabien Pastal
The Eagle and the Hawk Jerry H. Young With Cary Grant and Carole Lombard
Design for Living Thomas B. 'Tom' Chambers With Gary Cooper and Miriam Hopkins
1934 All of Me Don Ellis With Miriam Hopkins and George Raft
Death Takes a Holiday Prince Sirki/Death
Good Dame Mace Townsley
The Affairs of Cellini Benvenuto Cellini
The Barretts of Wimpole Street Robert Browning With Norma Shearer and Charles Laughton
We Live Again Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov
Hollywood on Parade No. B-6 himself short film
1935 Les Misérables Jean Valjean/Champmathieu
Anna Karenina Vronsky
The Dark Angel Alan Trent
Screen Snapshots Series 14, No. 11 himself short film
1936 The Road to Glory Lieutenant Michel Denet
Mary of Scotland Bothwell With Katharine Hepburn
Directed by John Ford
Anthony Adverse Anthony Adverse
Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 3 himself short film
1937 A Star Is Born Norman Maine Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actor
With Janet Gaynor
Nothing Sacred Wallace 'Wally' Cook
Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 5 himself short film
1938 The Buccaneer Jean Lafitte
There Goes My Heart Bill Spencer
Trade Winds Sam Wye
1939 The 400 Million Narrator Documentary of Chinese history
1940 Susan and God Barrie Trexel
Victory Hendrik Heyst
Lights Out in Europe Narrator War documentary about the outbreak of World War II in Europe
1941 So Ends Our Night Josef Steiner
One Foot in Heaven William Spence
Bedtime Story Lucius 'Luke' Drake With Loretta Young and Robert Benchley
1942 I Married a Witch Jonathan Wooley/Nathaniel Wooley/Samuel Wooley With Veronica Lake and Robert Benchley
Lake Carrier Narrator Documentary short
1944 Valley of the Tennessee Narrator voice only
The Adventures of Mark Twain Samuel Langhorne Clemens
Tomorrow, the World! Mike Frame
1946 The Best Years of Our Lives Al Stephenson Academy Award for Best Actor
With Myrna Loy
1948 Another Part of the Forest Marcus Hubbard
An Act of Murder Judge Calvin Cooke
1949 Christopher Columbus Christopher Columbus
The Ford Theatre Hour Television
Episode: "The Twentieth Century"
1950 The Titan: Story of Michelangelo Narrator documentary about the life and works of Michelangelo Buonarroti
Nash Airflyte Theatre Television
Episode: "The Boor"
1951 It's a Big Country Joe Esposito
Death of a Salesman Willy Loman Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
Volpi Cup
Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actor
Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor
Lux Video Theatre Television
Episode: "The Speech"
1952 Lux Video Theatre Television
Episode: "Ferry Crisis at Friday Point"
Toast of the Town himself later known as The Ed Sullivan Show
1953 25th Academy Awards himself presenter Academy Award for Best Actress to Shirley Booth for Come Back, Little Sheba
Omnibus Television
Episode: "The Last Night of Don Juan"
Man on a Tightrope Karel Cernik With Terry Moore and Gloria Grahame
The Bridges at Toko-Ri Rear Admiral George Tarrant
1954 26th Academy Awards himself Co-hosted from New York, with Donald O'Connor in Hollywood
Executive Suite Loren Phineas Shaw Venice Film Festival Special Jury Prize for Ensemble Acting (shared with the principal cast)
Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor
The Best of Broadway Tony Cavendish Television
Episode: "The Royal Family" (based on March's Broadway play and film of the same name)
Nominated — Emmy Award for Best Single Performance by an Actor
Shower of Stars Ebenezer Scrooge Television
Episode: "A Christmas Carol"
Nominated — Emmy Award for Best Single Performance by an Actor
What's My Line? himself
1955 The Desperate Hours Dan C. Hilliard With Humphrey Bogart
1956 Alexander the Great Philip II of Macedon
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit Ralph Hopkins
Producers' Showcase Sam Dodsworth Television
Episode: "Dodsworth"
Nominated — Emmy Award for Best Single Performance by an Actor
Shower of Stars Eugene Tesh Television
Episode: "The Flattering World"
Island of Allah Narrator
1957 Toast of the Town himself later known as The Ed Sullivan Show
Albert Schweitzer Narrator documentary
1958 The DuPont Show of the Month Arthur Winslow Television
Episode: "The Winslow Boy"
Tales from Dickens Host also known as Fredric March Presents Tales From Dickens, March hosted seven episodes during 1958 and 1959.
Episodes: "Bardell Versus Pickwick", "Uriah Heep", "A Christmas Carol", "David and Betsy Trotwood", "David and His Mother", "Christmas at Dingley Dell" and "The Runaways"
1959 Middle of the Night Jerry Kingsley Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
Written by Paddy Chayevsky
1960 Inherit the Wind Matthew Harrison Brady Won — Silver Bear for Best Actor (Berlin Film Festival)[٣]
Nominated — BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor
With Spencer Tracy
1961 The Young Doctors Dr. Joseph Pearson
1962 I Sequestrati di Altona
(The Condemned of Altona)
Albrecht von Gerlach
1963 A Tribute to John F. Kennedy from the Arts Host broadcast on November 24, 1963, two days after the assassination of John F. Kennedy
1964 Seven Days in May President Jordan Lyman Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama
With Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas
The Presidency: A Splendid Mystery Narrator Television
Pieta Narrator documentary
1967 Hombre Dr. Alex Favor With Paul Newman
1970 …tick…tick…tick… Mayor Jeff Parks
1973 The Iceman Cometh Harry Hope With Lee Marvin and Robert Ryan


  1. ^ "Fredric March". Turner Classic Movies.
  2. ^ Obituary Variety, April 16, 1975, page 95.
  3. ^ "Berlinale: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Archived from the original on ١٥ی تشرینی یەکەمی ٢٠١٣. Retrieved 2010-01-17. Check date values in: |ڕێکەوتی ئەرشیڤ= (help) ١٥ی تشرینی یەکەمی ٢٠١٣ لە وەیبەک مەشین، ئەرشیڤ کراوە.

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