Ronald Reagan filmography

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Reagan in Dark Victory (1939)

This is a list of movies of all of Ronald Reagan's most prominent onscreen acting roles as well as narrating roles. Also, included in this list are some of Reagan's special cameo appearances. He retired from acting so that he could be active in politics. He was elected Governor of California and soon President of the United States.

Movies[change | change source]

Films of Ronald Reagan
Year Title Role Notes/Reference
1937 Love Is on the Air Andy McCaine
1937 Hollywood Hotel Radio announcer (uncredited) voice
1938 Sergeant Murphy Private Dennis Reilley
1938 Swing Your Lady Jack Miller
1938 Accidents Will Happen Eric Gregg
1938 Cowboy from Brooklyn Pat Dunn
1938 The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse Radio announcer (uncredited) voice
1938 Boy Meets Girl Radio announcer at premiere voice
1938 Girls on Probation Neil Dillon
1938 Brother Rat Dan Crawford Co-starring Jane Wyman
1938 Going Places Jack Withering
1939 Secret Service of the Air Lieutenant "Brass" Bancroft First of the Bancroft series
1939 Dark Victory Alec Hamm
1939 Code of the Secret Service Lieutenant "Brass" Bancroft Second in Bancroft series
1939 Naughty but Nice Ed "Eddie" Clark
1939 Hell's Kitchen Jim Donohue
1939 The Angels Wash Their Faces Deputy District Attorney Patrick "Pat" Remson
1939 Smashing the Money Ring Lieutenant "Brass" Bancroft Third in the Bancroft series
1939 Sword Fishing Narrator voice; Academy Award Nomination-Best Short
1940 Brother Rat and a Baby Dan Crawford Co-starring Jane Wyman
1940 An Angel from Texas Marty Allen With Jane Wyman
1940 Murder in the Air Lieutenant "Brass" Bancroft Fourth film in the Bancroft series
1940 Knute Rockne, All American George "The Gipper" Gipp
1940 Tugboat Annie Sails Again Eddie Kent With Jane Wyman
1940 Alice in Movieland Himself (uncredited) [1]
1940 Santa Fe Trail George Armstrong Custer
1941 The Bad Man Gilbert "Gil" Jones
1941 Million Dollar Baby Peter "Pete" Rowan
1941 International Squadron Jimmy Grant
1941 Nine Lives Are Not Enough Matt Saywer
1942 Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter Lt. Saunders Short
1942 Kings Row Drake McHugh Academy Award Nomination-Best Picture
1942 Juke Girl Steve Talbo
1942 Mister Gardenia Jones Gardenia Jones Academy Award Nomination-Best Short
1942 Desperate Journey Johnny Hammond
1942 Beyond the Line of Duty[2] Narrator voice; Academy Award Win-Best Short
1943 Cadet Classification Narrator Short
1943 The Rear Gunner[2] Lieutenant Ames Academy Award Nomination-Best Short
1943 For God and Country Father Michael O'Keefe Short
1943 This Is the Army Cpl. Johnny Jones Academy Award Win-Scoring of a Musical Picture; Academy Award Nomination-Best Sound
1945 Target Tokyo Narrator (voice)[3]
1945 The Fight for the Sky Narrator voice; Short
1945 The Stilwell Road Narrator voice
1945 Wings for This Man Narrator voice
1947 Stallion Road Larry Hanrahan
1947 That Hagen Girl Tom Bates
1947 The Voice of the Turtle Sergeant Bill Page Reissued as One for the Book
1949 John Loves Mary John Lawrence
1949 Night Unto Night John Galen
1949 The Girl from Jones Beach Bob Randolph
1949 The Hasty Heart Yank
1949 It's a Great Feeling Cameo
1950 Louisa Harold "Hal" Norton
1951 The Big Truth Narrator/Host voice
1951 Storm Warning Burt Rainey
1951 The Last Outpost Captain Vance Britten aka Cavalry Charge
1951 Bedtime for Bonzo Professor Peter Boyd
1952 Hong Kong Jeff Williams
1952 The Winning Team Grover Cleveland Alexander
1952 She's Working Her Way Through College Professor John Palmer
1953 Tropic Zone Dan McCloud
1953 Law and Order Frame Johnson
1954 Prisoner of War Webb Sloane
1954 Cattle Queen of Montana Farrell
1955 Tennessee's Partner Cowpoke
1957 Hellcats of the Navy Commander Casey Abbott Co-starring Nancy Davis
1961 The Young Doctors Narrator voice
1963 Heritage of Splendor Narrator voice; Short
1964 The Killers Jack Browning

References[change | change source]

  1. Stephanie Thames. "Jean Negulesco Shorts". Turner Entertainment Networks. Retrieved June 20, 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Helfer, Andrew (author), Steve Buccatello (artist), and Joe Station (artist). Ronald Reagan: A Graphic Biography. Hill and Wang. 25.
  3. "Target Tokyo Archived 2016-08-30 at the Wayback Machine." Victory in the Pacific. PBS. Accessed October 9, 2008.

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