James Craig

Actor
Rugged Hollywood leading man of the 1940s and 50s; used by MGM as a replacement for Clark Gable during the latter's World War II service.
Born: 02/03/1912 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Filmography

other (39)

Burning Love 2013 (Tv Show)

Set Dresser

The Bachelor 2013 (Tv Show)

Set Dresser

The Big Hit 1998 (Movie)

(Storyboard Artist)

FX2 - The Deadly Art of Illusion 1991 (Movie)

(Storyboard Artist)

Millennium 1989 (Movie)

(Storyboard Artist)

Bigfoot 1970 (Movie)

Sheriff Cyrus (Actor)

The Tormentors 1970 (Movie)

(Actor)

Arizona Bushwhackers 1968 (Movie)

Ike Clanton (Actor)

The Devil's Brigade 1968 (Movie)

American Officer (Actor)

Fort Utah 1966 (Movie)

(Actor)

Hostile Guns 1966 (Movie)

(Actor)

Cyclops 1957 (Movie)

Russ Bradford (Actor)

Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend 1957 (Movie)

Clark (Actor)

While The City Sleeps 1956 (Movie)

Harry Kritzer (Actor)

The Devil and Daniel Webster 1940 (Movie)

(Actor)

Seven Sinners 1939 (Movie)

(Actor)

Born to the West 1937 (Movie)

(Actor)

A Lady without Passport (Movie)

Frank Westlake (Actor)

Blondie Meets the Boss (Movie)

Bit (Actor)

Drums in the Deep South (Movie)

Clay (Actor)

Enemy Agent (Movie)

Drunken College Boy (Actor)

Four Fast Guns (Movie)

Sabin (Actor)

Friendly Enemies (Movie)

William Pfeiffer (Actor)

Good Girls Go to Paris (Movie)

Man (Actor)

Kismet (Movie)

Caliph (Actor)

Kitty Foyle (Movie)

Mark (Actor)

Lost Angel (Movie)

Mike Regan (Actor)

Marriage Is a Private Affair (Movie)

Capt. Miles Lancing (Actor)

Massacre (Movie)

Ezparza (Actor)

Pride of the West (Movie)

Nixon (Actor)

Swing Shift Maisie (Movie)

Brian "Breezy" McLaughlin (Actor)

Taming of the West (Movie)

Handy (Actor)

The Conspiracy of Fear (TV Show)

Storyboard Artist

The Heavenly Body (Movie)

Lloyd X. Hunter (Actor)

The House Across the Bay (Movie)

(Actor)

The Human Comedy (Movie)

Tom Spangler (Actor)

The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt (Movie)

Guest (Actor)

The Man They Could Not Hang (Movie)

Watkins (Actor)

Valley of the Sun (Movie)

Jonathan Ware (Actor)

Biography

Rugged Hollywood leading man of the 1940s and 50s; used by MGM as a replacement for Clark Gable during the latter's World War II service.

EDUCATION

Rice Institute

Houston , Texas
excelled in football and tennis

Milestones

1970

Final feature film, "The Tormentors"

1956

Appeared in Fritz Lang's "While The City Sleeps"

1954

Final TV appearance in the series, "Studio '57"

1953

TV debut in the unsold pilot, "The Westerner"

1937

Feature film debut, "Thunder Trail"

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