Lee Tracy
American actor
Lee Tracy
William Lee Tracy was an American actor.
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Television plans major tributes to actors Andy Whitfield and Cliff Robertson. - Orlando Sentinel (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
3:30 pm: “The Best Man” (1964), with Henry Fonda, Edie Adams and Lee Tracy; directed by Franklin J. Shaffner. Robertson gives a memorably nasty performance. 5:30 pm: “PT 109″ (1963), with Ty Hardin, James Gregory and Robert Culp; directed by Leslie H
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Grandmaster Caz Honored By Justin BUA With "Legends of Hip-Hop" Portrait - HipHopDX
Google News - over 5 years
Graffiti brought color and imagination to the forefront with New York City as its canvas and we watched trains on overhead platforms from the ground below checking for a new Blade, Comet, Lee, Tracy or Bic 149 piece to appear
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Dogs take final spot - Warren Advocate
Google News - over 5 years
First prize $3000 went to a lucky Ted Donoghue, second prize of $1000 to Josh Stephens third $500 to Kelly Fitzgerald Snr. The 10 $50 draw winners: were Jo Lee, Tracy Pickering, Pam Stephens, Craig Roworth, Joblink Plus Staff, Allan Moss, Grace Boon,
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Four US gymnasts will compete in 2011 Japan Junior International - Boxscore News
Google News - over 5 years
Grigor Chalikyan of SCATS Gymnastics and Mary Lee Tracy of Cincinnati Gymnastics are the USA coaches for this event. Based in Indianapolis, USA Gymnastics is the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States. Its mission is to encourage
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Lockley rescues point for Walney - NW Evening Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Tom Harrison scored an excellent hat-trick, with Lee Tracy and Tom Smith also scoring. Nick Carruthers, Liam Johns and Graham Allinson replied for Rovers A. In the North Lancs Premier Division, Swarthmoor Social had no game on Saturday but started last
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Mary Lou Helphrey - Shawnee News Star
Google News - over 5 years
Preceding her in death were two husbands, Johnny Lee Tracy and Clyde H. Helphrey; her parents; a brother, George K. Smith; and a son-in-law, Danny Fredrick. Survivors include three sons and their spouses, Jimmy Tracy of San Antonio, Texas,
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Step out in 'Back to School' Fashions - Gulf Breeze News
Google News - over 5 years
Lee Tracy on East Gregory Street just over the Three Mile Bridge in Pensacola has wonderful clothes for teens and collegiates! Game day dresses, shoes, jeans, accessories and scarves in every color and style imaginable await the savvy shopper
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UCLA highlights Jean Harlow's too brief film career - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 5 years
... a splendid satire of Hollywood moviemaking in general and protagonist Lola Burns' sex symbol persona in particular. Costarring with fast-talking Lee Tracy, Harlow was never funnier spoofing herself and Clara Bow, the original "It" girl
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Check out these historical spots of Cincinnati's sports history.- 2:47 am - Cincinnati.com
Google News - over 5 years
Home of former assistant US Olympic gymnastics coach Mary Lee Tracy and gymnasts Amanda Borden and Jaycie Phelps, who won team gold for the US as part of the "Magnificent Seven" at the 1996 Games. 5: Lindewald Ballfields, Joe Nuxhall Way, Hamilton
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A couple thoughts on difficulty after the junior session... - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
Priessman, described as a "gym rat" by coach Mary Lee Tracy, said she made maybe one single standing full in podium training out of 12 or 13 tries, but decided the risk was worth it. Ohashi, who already appears to be refining her routines for 2016,
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Paid Notice: Deaths ROHRLICH, MAX
NYTimes - over 6 years
ROHRLICH--Max, 91, of Sleepy Hollow, NY died peacefully July 26, 2010. He graduated from CCNY. He was a four year veteran of World War II and became a well-known international CPA, specializing in taxation. He worked for the Internal Revenue Service for 26 years and then became an integral part of the firm J. K. Lasser. In his later years he was a
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THE WEEK AHEAD | APRIL 18 -- APRIL 24
NYTimes - almost 7 years
Film Mike Hale Three Koreans chasing a mysterious map across the wide-open spaces of Manchuria in the 1930s, sometimes on horseback, in an obvious homage to Sergio Leone: yes, ''THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD'' is already being called a kimchee western. It's also one of the most expensive South Korean movies ever made, at a reported $17 million. The
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DVDS; Tabloid Auteur: Muscular Vision Of Samuel Fuller
NYTimes - over 7 years
THE gruff, cigar-cured voice of Samuel Fuller remains one of the most distinctive in American movies. Born Samuel Rabinovitch in 1912, Fuller began his career as a New York tabloid journalist and pulp novelist but, like many of his colleagues on the lower rungs of the literary trades in the '20s and '30s, eventually found himself in Hollywood,
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FILM; In Hard Times, The Hoi Polloi Stay in the Picture
NYTimes - about 8 years
MOVIE stars are supposed to be people who stand out from the crowd, and that is harder in some times than in others. In the Great Depression there was an awful lot of crowd to stand out from. ''Breadlines & Champagne,'' a monthlong, 50-film series of movies from that era, at Film Forum in Manhattan, is lousy with stars: Mae West, Cary Grant, Jean
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THEATER REVIEW; Ink- and Otherwise-Stained Hands
NYTimes - almost 11 years
WORKING for a newspaper looks like so much fun in ''The Front Page.'' In the Long Wharf Theater's exhilarating, thoroughly entertaining production, it opens in a courthouse press room occupied by colorful 1920's Chicago reporters. Three are playing poker, one is strumming a banjo, and one is on the telephone. They have the neighborhood policeman
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lee Tracy
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1968
    Age 69
    Lee Tracy died in Santa Monica, California from liver cancer on October 18, 1968, aged 70.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1933
    Age 34
    His flourishing film career was temporarily disrupted on 19 November 1933, while he was on location in Mexico filming the Wallace Beery vehicle Viva Villa!
    More Details Hide Details According to Desi Arnaz, Tracy stood on a balcony in Mexico City and urinated on a military parade that was passing below. In his autobiography, Arnaz, who worked on the picture, claimed that from then on, if one watched the crowds, they would visibly disperse any time an American stepped out onto a balcony. However, other crew members there at the time disputed this story, giving a sharply different account of events. In his autobiography, Charles G. Clarke, the cinematographer on the picture, said that he was standing outside the hotel during the parade and the incident never happened. Tracy, he said, was standing on the balcony observing the parade when a Mexican in the street below made an obscene gesture at him. Tracy replied in kind, and the next day a local newspaper printed a story that, in effect, Tracy had insulted Mexico, Mexicans in general and the Mexican flag in particular. The story caused an uproar in Mexico, and MGM decided to sacrifice Tracy in order to be allowed to continue filming there. Original director Howard Hawks was fired for refusing to testify against Tracy, and subsequently replaced by Jack Conway. Tracy was replaced by Stuart Erwin.
  • 1929
    Age 30
    He arrived in Hollywood in 1929, where he played the role of newspapermen in quite a number of pictures.
    More Details Hide Details He played reporter Hildy Johnson in the original stage production of The Front Page (1928) and a Walter Winchell-type gossip columnist in Blessed Event (1932). Tracy starred as the columnist in Advice to the Lovelorn (1933), very loosely based on the novel Miss Lonelyhearts by Nathanael West, and played a conscience-stricken editor in the 1943 drama The Power of the Press, based on a story by former newspaperman Samuel Fuller. He played The Buzzard, the criminal who leads Liliom (Charles Farrell) into a fatal robbery, in the film version of Liliom (1930). He also played Lupe Vélez's frenetic manager in Gregory LaCava's The Half-Naked Truth (1932), and portrayed John Barrymore's agent in Dinner at Eight (1933), directed by George Cukor.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1924
    Age 25
    He became a Broadway star by way of his starring role in the original 1924 production of George Kelly's play The Show-Off.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1898
    Born
    Born in 1898.
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