|One Touch of Venus||Actor||Eddie Hatch||7|
|Till the Clouds Roll By||Actor||Jerome Kern||7|
|The Sailor Takes a Wife||Actor||John||7|
|See Here, Private Hargrove||Actor||Pvt. Marion Hargrove||7|
|The Clock||Actor||Cpl. Joe Allen||7|
|Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo||Actor||David Thatcher||7|
|Vengeance Valley||Actor||Lee Strobie||7|
|The Beginning or the End||Actor||Col. Jeff Nixon||7|
|Her Highness and the Bellboy||Actor||Jimmy Dobson||7|
|Madame Curie||Actor||David LeGros||7|
|My Son, John||Actor||John Jefferson||7|
|Since You Went Away||Actor||Cpl. William G. Smollett II||7|
|What Next, Corporal Hargrove?||1945||Actor||n/a||19457|
|Strangers On a Train||1951||Actor||Bruno Antony||19517|
|Worked on radio with Isley in Tulsa, OK, and later on "Myrt and Marge" in NY|
|Worked on a freighter|
|Earned fifty cents a performance at the Cherry Lane Theatre in Greenwich Village|
|Arrested after fleeing the Menninger Clinic and smashing the local police station when arrested for drunkenness (December)|
|Final film, "My Son John"|
|First major film role, "Bataan"|
|Film debut, "Winter Carnival" (bit part)|
|Barbara Ford||Wife||director John Ford's daughter, married in July 1948; separated after five weeks; marriage annulled|
|Jennifer Jones||Wife||Met in 1938 when they were fellow students at AADA|
|Jennifer Jones||Wife||married on January 2, 1939; divorced in March 1944|
|Hortense Odlum||Aunt||maternal aunt; president of Bonwit Teller, 1934-38; paid for Walker's tuition at San Diego Army and Navy Academy|
|Michael Walker||Son||born on March 13, 1941; mother, Jennifer Jones|
|Robert Walker||Son||born April 15, 1940; mother, Jennifer Jones|
|San Diego Army and Naval Academy|
|American Academy of Dramatic Arts|
|"MGM had no difficulty in promoting Walker as the nice loser since, at an early age, the actor had accepted life's reversals as the ultimate conclusion and finalized it as an alcoholic. He served his purpose to the studio as the clean-cut "lost generation" symbol of the World War II era, emoting in comedy, melodrama, Westerns and period pieces with that wateryeyed look that indicated he could calmly accept any and all adversities that the scriptwriters had worked into their scenarios." ("The MGM Stock Company")|
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