Bing Crosby filmography

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This is a filmography for the American singer and actor, Bing Crosby.[1][2][3][4]


1930The King of Jazz
1930Reaching for the MoonBing
1931Confessions of a Co-EdVocalistMember of "The Rhythm Boys"
1931I Surrender DearHimselfTwo-reeler; plays himself; directed by Mack Sennett
1931One More ChanceBing BangsTwo-reeler; directed by Mack Sennett
1932Dream HouseBing FawcettTwo-reeler; produced by Mack Sennett
1932Billboard GirlTwo-reeler; plays himself; produced by Mack Sennett
1932Big Broadcast, TheThe Big BroadcastHimself
1933Blue of the NightHimself / Jack SmithTwo-reeler; produced by Mack Sennett
1933Sing, Bing, SingHimselfTwo-reeler; produced by Mack Sennett
1933College HumorProfessor Frederick Danvers
1933Too Much HarmonyEddie Bronson
1933PleaseHoward JonesTwo-reeler; produced by Mack Sennett
1933Going HollywoodBilly Williams
1934Just an EchoHimselfTwo-reeler; produced by Mack Sennett
1934We're Not DressingStephen Jones
1934She Loves Me NotPaul Lawton
1934Here Is My HeartJ. (Jasper) Paul Jones
1935MississippiTom Grayson
1935Two for TonightGilbert Gordon
1935Big Broadcast of 1936, TheThe Big Broadcast of 1936cameo
1935Millions in the AirSinging voice for Paul Newlan
1936Anything GoesBilly Crocker
1936Rhythm on the RangeJeff Larabee
1936Pennies from HeavenLarry Poole
1937Waikiki WeddingTony Marvin
1937Double or Nothing'Lefty Boylan'
1938Doctor RhythmDr. Bill Remsen
1938Sing You SinnersJoe Beebe
1939Paris Honeymoon'Lucky' Lawton
1939East Side of HeavenDenny Martin
1939The Star MakerLarry Earl
1940Road to SingaporeJoshua 'Josh' Mallon V
1940If I Had My WayBuzz Blackwell
1940Rhythm on the RiverBob Sommers
1941Road to ZanzibarChuck Reardon
1941Birth of the BluesJeff Lambert
1942My Favorite BlondeMan outside union hallUncredited cameo appearance
1942Road to MoroccoJeff Peters
1942Holiday InnJim Hardy
1943They Got Me CoveredMusic boxVoice only, uncredited
1943DixieDaniel Decatur Emmett
1944Going My WayFather Chuck O'MalleyAcademy Award for Best Actor
1944The Princess and the PirateCommoner on king's shipUncredited cameo appearance
1944Here Come the WavesJohnny Cabot
1945Out of This WorldSinging voice for Eddie Bracken
1945Bells of St. Mary's, TheThe Bells of St. Mary'sFather Chuck O'MalleyNominated—Academy Award for Best Actor
1946Road to UtopiaDuke Johnson/Junior Hooton
1946Blue SkiesJohnny Adams
1947My Favorite BrunetteHarryUncredited cameo appearance
1947Welcome StrangerDr. James 'Jim' Pearson
1947Variety GirlHimselfOne of several featured performers in musical sequences
1947Road to RioScat Sweeney
1948Emperor Waltz, TheThe Emperor WaltzVirgil Smith
1949Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, AA Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's CourtHank Martin
1949Top o' the MorningJoe Mulqueen
1949Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, TheThe Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. ToadNarrator, Ichabod, Brom Bones"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
1950Riding HighDan Brooks
1950Mr. MusicPaul Merrick
1951Here Comes the GroomPeter 'Pete' GarveyNominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
1951Angels in the OutfieldUncredited cameo appearance
1952Greatest Show on Earth, TheThe Greatest Show on EarthUncredited cameo appearance
1952Son of PalefaceUncredited cameo appearance
1952Just for YouJordan Blake
1952Road to BaliGeorge Cochran
1953Scared StiffUncredited cameo appearance
1953Little Boy LostBill Wainwright
1954White ChristmasBob Wallace
1954Country Girl, TheThe Country GirlFrank ElginNational Board of Review Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Academy Award for Best Actor
1956Showdown at Ulcer GulchInfluential man
1956Anything GoesBill Benson
1956High SocietyC. K. Dexter-Haven
1957Joker Is Wild, TheThe Joker Is WildUncredited vocal performance
1957Man on FireEarl Carleton
1958The Legend of Sleepy HollowNarrator
1959Alias Jesse JamesUncredited cameo appearance
1959Say One for MeFather Conroy
1960Let's Make LoveUncredited cameo appearance
1960High TimeHarvey Howard
1960PepeUncredited cameo appearance
1962Road to Hong Kong, TheThe Road to Hong KongHarry Turner
1964Robin and the 7 HoodsAllen A. DaleWith Frank Sinatra
1966StagecoachDoc Josiah Boone
1972Cancel My ReservationUncredited cameo performance
1974That's Entertainment!Himself as featured presenter

Short subjects[edit]

  • Two Plus Fours (1930)
  • I Surrender Dear (1931)
  • One More Chance (1931)
  • Dream House (1932)
  • Billboard Girl (1932)
  • Hollywood on Parade (1932)
  • Hollywood on Parade No. 11 (1933)
  • Blue of the Night (1933)
  • Sing, Bing, Sing (1933)
  • Hollywood on Parade No. A-9 (1933)
  • Please (1933)
  • Just an Echo (1934)
  • Star Night at the Cocoanut Grove (1934)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 5 (1937)
  • Hollywood Handicap (1938)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 4 (1938)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 9 (1939)
  • Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Recreations (1940)
  • Swing with Bing (1940)
  • Angels of Mercy (1941)
  • Meet the Stars #6: Stars at Play (1941)
  • Show Business at War (1943)
  • Don't Hook Now (1943)
  • Road to Victory (1944)
  • The All-Star Bond Rally (1945)
  • Hollywood Victory Caravan (1945)
  • Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Celebrations (1945)
  • Screen Snapshots: Famous Fathers and Sons (1946)
  • Screen Snapshots: Hollywood's Happy Homes (1949)
  • Alberta Vacation (1950)
  • You Can Change the World (1951)
  • Crusade for Prayer (1952)
  • Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Mothers and Fathers (1955)
  • Showdown at Ulcer Gulch (1956) (voice)
  • Bing Presents Oreste (1956)
  • The Heart of Show Business (1957)
  • Just One More Time (1974)


Box Office Ranking[edit]

Crosby was voted among the leading box office stars in a poll of exhibitors:


  1. ^ "Bing Crosby". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved August 3, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Bing Crosby". Allmovie. Retrieved August 3, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Bing Crosby". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved August 3, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Bing Crosby Filmography". The New York Times. Retrieved August 3, 2012. 

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