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Thomas Mitchell

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Thomas Mitchell (July 11, 1892 – December 17, 1962) was an American actor, playwright and screenwriter. Among his most famous roles in a long career are those of Gerald O'Hara, the father of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind, the drunken Doc Boone in John Ford's Stagecoach, and Uncle Billy in It's a Wonderful Life. Mitchell was the first person to win an Oscar, an Emmy, and a Tony Award. Description above from the Wikipedia article Thomas Mitchell, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jul 11, 1892 In Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Craig's Wife 1936-09-25
Latest Project:
Movie Deadly Voltage 2016-01-15
Known For
Movie Deadly Voltage Bailey's Dad 2016-01-15
Movie Salem Falls Chief Mitchell 2011-11-19
Movie Horsemen Thug 2009-02-06
Movie Blind Injustice Anthony Davis 2005-03-10
Movie Melanie Remembers: Reflections by Olivia DeHavilland Himself-archive 2004-11-05
Series Climax! Unknown 1954-10-07
Movie Secret of the Incas Ed Morgan 1954-06-06
Movie Destry Reginald T. 'Rags' Barnaby 1954-12-01
Series General Electric Theater Unknown 1953-02-01
Movie A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Hank Morgan 1952-05-19
Movie High Noon Mayor Jonas Henderson 1952-07-24
Series Tales of Tomorrow Unknown 1951-08-03
Movie Journey into Light Gandy 1951-09-28
Series Hallmark Hall of Fame Unknown 1951-12-24
Movie Alias Nick Beal Joseph Foster 1949-03-04
Series Suspense Unknown 1949-01-06
Movie The Big Wheel Arthur 'Red' Stanley 1949-11-04
Movie Silver River John Plato Beck 1948-05-29
Series Studio One Unknown 1948-11-07
Movie High Barbaree Capt. Thad Vail 1947-05-01
Movie The Romance of Rosy Ridge Gill MacBean 1947-08-04
Movie Three Wise Fools Terence Alaysius O'Davern 1946-09-26
Movie Blow-Ups of 1946 Himself 1946-01-01
Movie The Dark Mirror Lt. Stevenson 1946-10-17
Movie It's a Wonderful Life Uncle Billy Bailey 1946-12-20
Movie Captain Eddie Ike Howard 1945-06-18
Movie Within These Walls Warden Michael Howland 1945-07-13
Movie Adventure Mudgin 1945-12-28
Movie The Fighting Sullivans Mr. Thomas F. Sullivan 1944-02-03
Movie Wilson Joseph Tumulty 1944-08-01
Movie The Keys of the Kingdom Willie Tulloch 1944-12-15
Movie Dark Waters Mr. Sydney 1944-11-21
Movie Immortal Sergeant Sergeant Kelly 1943-04-29
Movie The Outlaw Pat Garrett 1943-02-05
Movie Flesh and Fantasy Septimus Podgers (Episode 2) 1943-10-29
Movie Buffalo Bill Ned Buntline 1943-12-31
Movie Bataan Cpl. Jake Feingold 1943-06-03
Movie Joan of Paris Father Antoine 1942-01-20
Movie Breakdowns of 1942 Himself (uncredited) 1942-01-01
Movie This Above All Monty 1942-05-12
Movie Song of the Islands Dennis O'Brien 1942-03-13
Movie The Black Swan Tommy Blue 1942-12-04
Movie Tales of Manhattan John Halloway 1942-08-05
Movie Moontide Tiny 1942-05-29
Movie Flight From Destiny Prof. Henry Todhunter 1941-02-08
Movie Out of the Fog Jonah Goodwin 1941-06-14
Movie Three Cheers for the Irish Peter Casey 1940-03-16
Movie Our Town Doc Gibbs 1940-05-24
Movie Swiss Family Robinson William Robinson 1940-02-08
Movie Cavalcade of the Academy Awards 1940-07-31
Movie The Long Voyage Home Driscoll 1940-11-11
Movie Angels Over Broadway Gene Gibbons 1940-10-02
Movie Stagecoach Doc Josiah Boone 1939-03-02
Movie Only Angels Have Wings Kid Dabb 1939-05-15
Movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame Clopin 1939-12-29
Movie Gone with the Wind Gerald O'Hara 1939-12-15
Movie Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Diz Moore 1939-10-19
Movie Love, Honor and Behave Dan Painter 1938-03-12
Movie Trade Winds Commissioner Blackton 1938-12-28
Movie When You're in Love Hank Miller 1937-02-12
Movie Man Of The People William J. Grady 1937-01-27
Movie I Promise to Pay District Attorney J.E. Curtis 1937-04-21
Movie Make Way for Tomorrow George Cooper 1937-05-09
Movie The Hurricane Dr. Kersaint 1937-11-05
Movie Lost Horizon Henry Barnard 1937-08-31
Movie Craig's Wife Fergus Passmore 1936-09-25
Movie Theodora Goes Wild Jed Waterbury 1936-11-12
Movie Adventure In Manhattan Mark Gibbs 1936-10-08