Gary Cooper filmography

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Gary Cooper in Meet John Doe, 1941

The Gary Cooper filmography chronicles the film appearances of American actor Gary Cooper. After starting his career in 1925 as a film extra and stuntman, Cooper made his official cinematic debut in 1926 in the Samuel Goldwyn production The Winning of Barbara Worth.[1] He went on to become a contract player with Paramount Pictures where he established himself as a popular leading man prior to the end of the silent film era.

Cooper's future in the sound era was assured with the release of The Virginian (1929), his first all-talkie film.[2] For the next 32 years, he would be one of cinema's top money-making stars. From 1936 to 1957, Cooper ranked 18 times among the top ten box office attractions—a record when he died in 1961, and later surpassed only by John Wayne, who ranked among the top ten 25 times, Clint Eastwood (21 times) and Tom Cruise (20 times).

Cooper was nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award five times and won twice, for Sergeant York (1942) and High Noon (1952). The latter film boosted his popularity, resulting in him being the number one box office attraction in 1953. Cooper received a third Academy Award—an honorary one—just prior to his death in 1961. His final film, The Naked Edge, was released shortly after his death.[3]

As of February 2008, more than half of Gary Cooper's feature films are available on DVD, while others not yet on home video are available for television broadcast. Unfortunately, at least two of his silent films—Beau Sabreur (1928) and The Legion of the Condemned (1928)—are now considered lost films.[4][5] Another of his silent films, Wolf Song (1929), was originally released as a part talkie, but survives only as a silent film.[6] One of Cooper's earliest talkies, Paramount on Parade (1930), survives incomplete. The prints that are available for television are missing all but one of the film's Technicolor scenes—a partial restoration of these scenes was done by the UCLA Film Archives.[7]

This filmography contains sections for Cooper's work as an extra in the earliest part of his film career, his feature film appearances, his occasional appearances in short films, and a section for a compilation film. Due to its length (92 films), the listing of his feature films is divided in four sections. Cooper's film roles are listed, as well as the names of each film's director and co-stars. Cooper's awards and nominations are also listed. Except where noted, all of his films were shot in 35mm black and white. All films released prior to Lilac Time (1928) are silent films and all from The Virginian (1929) onward are sound films. The films made during the silent-to-sound transition are noted as being either silent or sound films. As an addendum, Cooper's handful of television appearances are also listed.

Filmography[edit]

Feature films as an extra, 1925–26[edit]

Year Title Role Director Stars Studio Notes Ref
1925 Dick Turpin Extra John G. Blystone Tom Mix
Alan Hale
Fox A man in the crowd [8]
The Trail Rider Rider W. S. Van Dyke Buck Jones
Carl Stockdale
Fox [9]
The Thundering Herd Bit part William K. Howard Jack Holt
Lois Wilson
Noah Beery
Paramount [10]
Riders of the Purple Sage Rider Lynn Reynolds Tom Mix
Mabel Ballin
Warner Oland
Fox [9]
Drug Store Cowboy Cowboy Parke Frame Franklyn Farnum
Robert D. Walker
Jean Arthur
Independent [9]
Wild Horse Mesa Cowboy George B. Seitz Jack Holt
Noah Beery
Billie Dove
Paramount [10]
The Lucky Horseshoe Extra John G. Blystone Tom Mix
Billie Dove
Ann Pennington
Fox [10]
The Vanishing American Extra George B. Seitz Richard Dix
Lois Wilson
Noah Beery
Paramount [10]
The Eagle Masked Cossack Clarence Brown Rudolph Valentino
Vilma Bánky
United Artists [10]
Tricks Bit part Bruce M. Mitchell Marilyn Mills
J. Frank Glendon
Gladys Moore
Davis [11]
Warrior Gap Bit part Alan James Ben F. Wilson
Neva Gerber
Robert D. Walker
J. Charles Davis [12]
North Star Bit part Paul Powell Virginia Lee Corbin
Stuart Holmes
Ken Maynard
Howard Estabrook [10]
Ben-Hur Roman guard Fred Niblo Ramón Novarro
Francis X. Bushman
May McAvoy
MGM [9]
1926 Three Pals Bit part Wilbur McGaugh
Bruce M. Mitchell
Marilyn Mills
Josef Swickard
William H. Turner
Davis [13]
The Enchanted Hill Bit part Irvin Willat Jack Holt
Florence Vidor
Noah Beery
Paramount [10]
The Johnstown Flood Flood survivor Irving Cummings George O'Brien
Florence Gilbert
Janet Gaynor
Fox [14]
A Six Shootin' Romance Extra Alan James
Clifford Smith
Jack Hoxie
Olive Hasbrouck
William Steele
Universal [15]
Watch Your Wife Bit part Sven Gade Virginia Valli Universal [10]
Thundering Speed Bit part Alan James Eileen Sedgwick Chesterfield [12]

Feature films, 1926–30[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Studio Notes Ref
1926 The Winning of Barbara Worth Abe Lee Henry King Ronald Colman
Vilma Bánky
Goldwyn [16]
1927 It Reporter Clarence Badger Clara Bow
Antonio Moreno
Paramount [17]
Children of Divorce Ted Larrabee Frank Lloyd Clara Bow
Esther Ralston
Paramount [18]
Arizona Bound Dave Saulter John Waters Betty Jewel Paramount [19]
Wings Cadet White William A. Wellman Clara Bow
Buddy Rogers
Richard Arlen
Paramount Magnascope sequences [20]
Nevada Nevada John Waters Thelma Todd Paramount [21]
The Last Outlaw Sheriff Buddy Hale John Waters Betty Jewel Paramount [22]
1928 Beau Sabreur Major Henri de Beaujolais John Waters Evelyn Brent
Noah Beery
William Powell
Paramount Lost film[4] [23]
The Legion of the Condemned Gale Price William A. Wellman Fay Wray Paramount Lost film[5] [24]
Doomsday Arnold Furze Rowland V. Lee Florence Vidor Paramount [25]
Half a Bride Captain Edmunds Gregory La Cava Esther Ralston Paramount [26]
Lilac Time Captain Philip Blythe George Fitzmaurice Colleen Moore First National Silent film with synchronized music and sound effects[27] [28]
The First Kiss Mulligan Talbot Rowland V. Lee Fay Wray Paramount Silent film [29]
The Shopworn Angel William Tyler Richard Wallace Nancy Carroll Paramount Silent film with talking sequences, synchronized music, and sound effects[30] [31]
1929 Wolf Song Sam Lash Victor Fleming Lupe Vélez Paramount Silent film with talking sequences, synchronized music, and sound effects[6] [32]
Betrayal Andre Frey Lewis Milestone Emil Jannings
Esther Ralston
Paramount Silent film with talking sequences, synchronized music, and sound effects[33] [34]
The Virginian The Virginian Victor Fleming Mary Brian
Richard Arlen
Walter Huston
Paramount [35]
1930 Only the Brave Captain James Braydon Frank Tuttle Mary Brian Paramount [36]
Paramount on Parade Hunter ("Dream Girl") Multiple[Note 1] Mary Brian
Fay Wray
Paramount Part Technicolor [37]
The Texan Enrique, The Llano Kid John Cromwell Fay Wray Paramount [38]
Seven Days' Leave Kenneth Downey Richard Wallace Beryl Mercer Paramount [39]
A Man from Wyoming Jim Baker Rowland V. Lee June Collyer Paramount [40]
The Spoilers Roy Glenister Edward Carewe Kay Johnson Paramount [41]
Morocco Légionnaire Tom Brown Josef von Sternberg Marlene Dietrich Paramount [42]

Feature films, 1931–40[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Studio Notes Ref
1931 Fighting Caravans Clint Belmet Otto Brower
David Burton
Lili Damita Paramount [43]
City Streets The Kid Rouben Mamoulian Sylvia Sidney Paramount [44]
I Take This Woman Tom McNair Marion Gering Carole Lombard Paramount [45]
His Woman Captain Sam Whalan Edward Sloman Claudette Colbert Paramount [46]
1932 Make Me a Star Himself
(unbilled cameo)
William Beaudine Stuart Erwin
Joan Blondell
Paramount [47]
Devil and the Deep Lieutenant Sempter Marion Gering Tallulah Bankhead
Charles Laughton
Cary Grant
Paramount [48]
If I Had a Million Steve Gallagher Multiple[Note 2] Jack Oakie Paramount [49]
A Farewell to Arms Lieutenant Frederic Henry Frank Borzage Helen Hayes
Adolphe Menjou
Paramount [50]
1933 Today We Live Bogard Howard Hawks Joan Crawford MGM [51]
One Sunday Afternoon Biff Grimes Stephen Roberts Fay Wray Paramount [52]
Design for Living George Curtis Ernst Lubitsch Fredric March
Miriam Hopkins
Paramount [53]
Alice in Wonderland The White Knight Norman McLeod Charlotte Henry Paramount [54]
1934 Operator 13 Captain Jack Gailliard Richard Boleslavsky Marion Davies MGM [55]
Now and Forever Jerry Day Henry Hathaway Carole Lombard
Shirley Temple
Paramount [56]
1935 The Wedding Night Tony Barrett King Vidor Anna Sten
Ralph Bellamy
Goldwyn [57]
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer Lieutenant Alan McGregor Henry Hathaway Franchot Tone
Richard Cromwell
C. Aubrey Smith
Paramount [58]
Peter Ibbetson Peter Ibbetson Henry Hathaway Ann Harding
John Halliday
Ida Lupino
Paramount [59]
1936 Desire Tom Bradley Frank Borzage Marlene Dietrich
John Halliday
Paramount [60]
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town Longfellow Deeds Frank Capra Jean Arthur
George Bancroft
Columbia ♦ Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actor[61]
♦ Nominated — New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor[62]
[63]
Hollywood Boulevard Guest at bar
(unbilled cameo)
Robert Florey John Halliday Paramount [64]
The General Died at Dawn O'Hara Lewis Milestone Madeleine Carroll
Akim Tamiroff
Paramount [65]
The Plainsman Wild Bill Hickok Cecil B. DeMille Jean Arthur
Anthony Quinn
Paramount [66]
1937 Souls at Sea Michael "Nuggin" Taylor Henry Hathaway Frances Dee
George Raft
Paramount [67]
1938 The Adventures of Marco Polo Marco Polo Archie Mayo Sigrid Gurie
Basil Rathbone
Binnie Barnes
Alan Hale
Goldwyn [68]
Bluebeard's Eighth Wife Michael Brandon Ernst Lubitsch Claudette Colbert
Edward Everett Horton
Paramount [69]
The Cowboy and the Lady Stretch Willoughby H.C. Potter Merle Oberon
Walter Brennan
Patsy Kelly
Goldwyn [70]
1939 Beau Geste Beau Geste William A. Wellman Ray Milland
Brian Donlevy
Robert Preston
Susan Hayward
Paramount [71]
The Real Glory Doctor Bill Canavan Henry Hathaway David Niven
Andrea Leeds
Broderick Crawford
Goldwyn [72]
1940 The Westerner Cole Harden William Wyler Walter Brennan
Doris Davenport
Forrest Tucker
Goldwyn [73]
North West Mounted Police Dusty Rivers Cecil B. DeMille Madeleine Carroll
Preston Foster
Paulette Goddard
Robert Preston
Paramount Technicolor [74]

Feature films, 1941–50[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Studio Notes Ref
1941 Meet John Doe Long John Willoughby Frank Capra Barbara Stanwyck
Edward Arnold
Walter Brennan
Warner Bros. [75]
Sergeant York Alvin C. York Howard Hawks Joan Leslie
Walter Brennan
Warner Bros. Academy Award for Best Actor[76]
New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor[77]
[78]
Ball of Fire Prof. Bertram Potts Howard Hawks Barbara Stanwyck
Dana Andrews
Goldwyn [79]
1942 The Pride of the Yankees Lou Gehrig Sam Wood Teresa Wright
Walter Brennan
Babe Ruth
Goldwyn ♦ Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actor[80] [81]
1943 For Whom the Bell Tolls Robert Jordan Sam Wood Ingrid Bergman
Akim Tamiroff
Paramount Technicolor
♦ Nominated — Academy Award for Best Actor[82]
[83]
1944 The Story of Dr. Wassell Dr. Corydon M. Wassell Cecil B. DeMille Laraine Day
Signe Hasso
Dennis O'Keefe
Paramount Technicolor [84]
Casanova Brown Casanova Brown Sam Wood Teresa Wright
Frank Morgan
International [85]
1945 Along Came Jones Melody Jones Stuart Heisler Loretta Young
William Demerest
International Also as producer [86]
Saratoga Trunk Col. Clint Maroon Sam Wood Ingrid Bergman Warner Bros. [87]
1946 Cloak and Dagger Prof. Alvah Jesper Fritz Lang Lilli Palmer
Robert Alda
United States [88]
1947 Unconquered Capt. Christopher Holden Cecil B. DeMille Paulette Goddard
Howard Da Silva
Boris Karloff
Paramount Technicolor [89]
Variety Girl Himself George Marshall Mary Hatcher
Olga San Juan
Paramount Technicolor sequences [90]
1948 Good Sam Sam Clayton Leo McCarey Ann Sheridan Rainbow [91]
1949 The Fountainhead Howard Roark King Vidor Patricia Neal
Raymond Massey
Warner Bros. [92]
It's a Great Feeling Himself
(unbilled cameo)
David Butler Dennis Morgan
Doris Day
Jack Carson
Warner Bros. Technicolor [93]
Task Force Jonathan L. Scott Delmer Daves Jane Wyatt
Walter Brennan
Julie London
Warner Bros. Technicolor sequences [94]
1950 Bright Leaf Brant Royle Michael Curtiz Patricia Neal
Lauren Bacall
Warner Bros. [95]
Dallas Blayde Hollister Stuart Heisler Ruth Roman
Raymond Massey
Warner Bros. Technicolor [96]

Feature films, 1951–61[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Studio Notes Ref
1951 You're in the Navy Now Lt. John Harkness Henry Hathaway Jane Greer
Eddie Albert
Fox [97]
Starlift Himself
(unbilled cameo)
Roy Del Ruth Doris Day
Gordon MacRae
Virginia Mayo
Warner Bros. [98]
It's a Big Country Texas Multiple[Note 3] MGM [99]
Distant Drums Capt. Quincy Wyatt Raoul Walsh Mari Aldon
Arthur Hunnicutt
United States Technicolor [100]
1952 High Noon Will Kane Fred Zinneman Grace Kelly
Thomas Mitchell
Lloyd Bridges
Lon Chaney, Jr.
Stanley Kramer Academy Award for Best Actor[101]
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor[77]
Photoplay Award for Most Popular Male Star[77]
[102]
Springfield Rifle Major Alex Kearney Andre De Toth Phyllis Thaxter
Paul Kelly
Warner Bros. Warnercolor [103]
1953 Return to Paradise Mr. Morgan Mark Robson Roberta Haynes Aspen Technicolor [104]
Blowing Wild Jeff Dawson Hugo Fregonese Barbara Stanwyck
Ruth Roman
Anthony Quinn
United States [105]
Boum sur Paris Himself Maurice de Canonge Jacques Pills
Armand Bernard
Annie Cordy
France [106]
1954 Garden of Evil Hooker Henry Hathaway Susan Hayward
Richard Widmark
Fox CinemaScope
Technicolor
[107]
Vera Cruz Benjamin Trane Robert Aldrich Burt Lancaster
Denise Darcel
Cesar Romero
Ernest Borgnine
Sara Montiel
Hecht Lancaster Superscope
Technicolor
[108]
1955 The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell Col. Billy Mitchell Otto Preminger Charles Bickford
Ralph Bellamy
Rod Steiger
Elizabeth Montgomery
United States CinemaScope
Warnercolor
[109]
1956 Friendly Persuasion Jess Birdwell William Wyler Dorothy McGuire
Marjorie Main
Anthony Perkins
Allied Artists CinemaScope
Eastmancolor
♦ Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actor[77]
[110]
1957 Love in the Afternoon Frank Flannagan Billy Wilder Audrey Hepburn
Maurice Chevalier
Allied Artists [111]
1958 Ten North Frederick Joe Chapin Philip Dunne Diane Varsi
Suzy Parker
Fox CinemaScope [112]
Man of the West Link Jones Anthony Mann Julie London
Lee J. Cobb
Arthur O'Connell
Jack Lord
Ashton CinemaScope
Deluxe color
[113]
1959 The Hanging Tree Doc Joseph Frail Delmer Daves Maria Schell
George C. Scott
Karl Malden
Baroda Technicolor
Laurel Award for Top Action Performance[114]
[115]
Alias Jesse James Himself
(unbilled cameo)
Norman McLeod Bob Hope
Rhonda Fleming
Wendell Corey
Hope Enterprises Deluxe color [116]
They Came to Cordura Major Thomas Thorn Robert Rossen Rita Hayworth
Van Heflin
Tab Hunter
Dick York
Baroda CinemaScope
Eastmancolor
♦ Laurel Award for Top Action Performance[114]
[117]
The Wreck of the Mary Deare Gideon Patch Michael Anderson Charlton Heston
Virginia McKenna
Michael Redgrave
Richard Harris
Baroda CinemaScope
Metrocolor
[118]
1961 The Naked Edge George Radcliffe Michael Anderson Deborah Kerr
Eric Portman
Baroda [119]

Short films[edit]

Year Title Role Director Stars Studio Notes Ref
1926 Lightnin' Wins Tom Harding Hans Tiesler[13] Eileen Sedgwick Independent [11]
1931 The Stolen Jools Himself William C. McGann [Note 4] Masquers Club [11]
1932 The Voice of Hollywood No. 13 (Second Series) Himself Mack D'Agostino Louis Lewyn [11]
Hollywood on Parade Himself Louis Lewyn Louis Lewyn [120]
1933 Hollywood on Parade No. A-13 Himself Louis Lewyn Louis Lewyn [121]
1934 Hollywood on Parade No. B-6 Himself Louis Lewyn Louis Lewyn [121]
The Hollywood Gad-About Himself Louis Lewyn Louis Lewyn [122]
Star Night at the Cocoanut Grove Himself Louis Lewyn MGM Technicolor [11]
1935 Screen Snapshots Series 14, No. 8 Himself Ralph Staub Columbia [123]
La Fiesta de Santa Barbara Himself MGM Technicolor [124]
1937 Lest We Forget Himself Frank Whitbeck MGM Cooper talking with Harry Carey about Will Rogers [124]
1940 Screen Snapshots: Seeing Hollywood Himself Ralph Staub Columbia Cooper as a rodeo spectator [123]
Screen Snapshots Series 19, No 6: Hollywood Recreations Himself Ralph Staub Columbia [123]
1941 Breakdowns of 1941 Himself Warner Bros. [125]
1944 Memo for Joe Himself Richard O. Fleischner RKO Cooper with the troops on his USO tour of the Pacific [124]
1949 Screen Snapshots: Motion Picture Mothers, Inc. Himself Ralph Staub Columbia [123]
Snow Carnival Narrator Warner Bros. Technicolor [126]
1955 Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Premiere Himself Ralph Staub Columbia [123]
Hollywood Mothers Himself Ralph Staub Columbia [126]
1958 Screen Snapshots: Glamorous Hollywood Himself Ralph Staub Columbia [123]
1959 Premier Khrushchev in the USA Himself NBC [127]

Compilation films[edit]

Year Title Role Director Stars Studio Notes Ref
1939 Land of Liberty Multiple Cecil B. DeMille Multiple MGM Historical events as shown in films[Note 5] [128]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Director Episode Studio Broadcast Ref
1953 Toast of the Town Himself 5.21 CBS February 1, 1953 [129]
1955 The Ed Sullivan Show Himself 8.14 CBS December 25, 1955 [130]
1956 Cinépanorama Himself Jean Kerchbron 9 December 9, 1956 [131]
1957 Cinépanorama Himself Jean Kerchbron 15 May 16, 1957 [132]
1957 The Ed Sullivan Show Himself 9.41 CBS July 7, 1957 [130]
1958 Wide Wide World Himself Van Fox 3.20 NBC June 6, 1958 [133]
1958 The Jack Benny Program Himself Seymour Berns 95 CBS September 21, 1958 [134]
1959 The Perry Como Show Himself NBC February 27, 1959 [135]
1959 What's My Line? Himself Franklin Heller 487 CBS October 18, 1959 [136]
1961 Project 20: The Real West Host and narrator Donald B. Hyatt 20 NBC March 29, 1961 [137]

Radio appearances[edit]

Year Program Episode/source
1937 Lux Radio Theatre Mr. Deeds Goes to Town[138]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Paramount on Parade was directed by Dorothy Arzner, Otto Brower, Edmund Goulding, Victor Heerman, Edwin H. Knopf, Rowland V. Lee, Ernst Lubitsch, Lothar Mendes, Victor Schertzinger, A. Edward Sutherland, and Frank Tuttle.
  2. ^ If I Had a Million was directed by James Cruze, H. Bruce Humberstone, Ernst Lubitsch, Norman Z. McLeod (who did the sequence with Cooper), Stephen Roberts, William A. Seiter, Norman Taurog, and Lothar Mendes.
  3. ^ It's a Big Country was directed by Clarence Brown (who did the sequence with Cooper), Don Hartman, John Sturges, Richard Thorpe, Charles Vidor, Don Weis, and William A. Wellman.
  4. ^ The Stolen Jools, released in the United Kingdom as The Slippery Pearls, was a two-reel short made by the Masquers Club, which enlisted stars from the major studios to make appearances and donate their salaries to charity. The film features appearances by Norma Shearer, Irene Dunne, Buster Keaton, Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Crawford, Laurel and Hardy, Loretta Young, and Fay Wray.[11]
  5. ^ Land of Liberty includes three film clips with Cooper from Operator 13, The Plainsman, and The Adventures of Marco Polo.

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Further reading[edit]

  • Carpozi Jr., George (1970). The Gary Cooper Story. New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House. ISBN 978-0-870-0-0075-1. 

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