James Gleason (Actor) - Partial Filmography

Partial Filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1930 Puttin' on the Ritz James "Jimmy" Tierney Also credited with writing dialogue
The Matrimonial Bed Gustave Corton
1931 A Free Soul Eddie
1932 Lady and Gent Pin Streaver
Penguin Pool Murder Police Inspector Oscar Piper
1933 Mister Mugg Comedy short
1934 Murder on the Blackboard Inspector Oscar Piper
Change of Heart Hot Dog Vendor Also credited as screenwriter
1935 Murder on a Honeymoon Inspector Oscar Piper
West Point of the Air Joe "Bags"
1936 The Ex-Mrs. Bradford Inspector Corrigan
Yours for the Asking Saratoga
1938 Army Girl
1941 Meet John Doe Henry Connell
Affectionately Yours
Here Comes Mr. Jordan Max Corkle Nominated — Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
Babes on Broadway Thornton Reed
1942 Tales of Manhattan "Father" Joe
1942 The Falcon Takes Over Inspector Michael O'Hara
1943 A Guy Named Joe "Nails" Kilpatrick Crash dive
1944 Once Upon a Time McGillicuddy, aka the "Moke"
The Keys of the Kingdom Reverend Dr. Wilbur Fiske
Arsenic and Old Lace Police Lieutenant Rooney
1945 This Man's Navy Jimmy Shannon
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Bartender
The Clock Milk Cart Driver
1946 The Hoodlum Saint Snarp
1947 Down to Earth Max Corkle
The Bishop's Wife Sylvester
Tycoon Pop Mathews
1948 Smart Woman Sam Corkle
The Dude Goes West Sam Briggs
1949 Miss Grant Takes Richmond Mr. Gleason
1950 Key to the City Sergeant Hogan
The Yellow Cab Man Mickey Corkins
Riding High Racing Secretary
The Jackpot Harry Summers
1951 I'll See You in My Dreams Fred Townsend
Two Gals and a Guy Max Howard
1952 We're Not Married! Duffy
What Price Glory? General Cokely
1954 Suddenly Peter "Pop" Benson
1955 The Night of the Hunter Birdie Steptoe
1957 Loving You Carl Meade
1958 The Last Hurrah "Cuke" Gillen

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