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Job Actor
Years active 1913-1962
Top Roles Elliott Templeton, Richard Ward Sturges, Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Victor Parmalee, Thornton Sayre / Dreamboat / Bruce Blair
Top GenresComedy, Drama, Film Adaptation, Romance, Crime, Film Noir
Top TopicsBook-Based, Children, Italy
Top Collaborators (Producer), , (Director),
Shares birthday with Gene Tierney, Richard Alexander, Erskine Sanford  see more..

Clifton Webb Overview:

Legendary actor, Clifton Webb, was born Webb Parmalee Hollenbeck on Nov 19, 1889 in Indianapolis, IN. Webb died at the age of 76 on Oct 13, 1966 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles and was laid to rest in Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, CA.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Webb was nominated for three Oscars, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1944Best Supporting ActorLaura (1944)Waldo LydeckerNominated
1946Best Supporting ActorThe Razor's Edge (1946)Elliott TempletonNominated
1948Best ActorSitting Pretty (1948)Lynn BelvedereNominated
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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. Clifton Webb's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #99 on Dec 7, 1952.

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A and Claude Binyon Double Bill: Dreamboat (1952) and Woman's World (1954)

By Caftan Woman on Jun 17, 2016 From Caftan Woman

Producer and director of 1944s Laura, Otto Preminger is quoted in Rudy Behlmer's Behind the Scenes regarding the casting of as Waldo Lydecker: "...he (casting director LeMaire) said" "You can't have for this part. He flies." I said: "What do you mean? I didn't even ... Read full article


Bitches and Blaggards: Gail Patrick and

By FlickChick on Mar 18, 2012 From A Person in the Dark

This is the third in the "Bitches and Blaggards" series; monthly posts devoted to my favorite movie bad girls and rogues. A bitch is a selfish, malicious woman. A blaggard is a villain, a rogue and a black-hearted man. Both are bad, both are devastatingly alluring.Gail Patrick If a young, snooty ric... Read full article


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Clifton Webb Quotes:

Waldo Lydecker: I cannot stand these morons any longer. If you don't come with me this instant I shall run amok.


Richard Sturges: [after Richard has rejected his son Norman when Richard discovers that he is not Norman's true father] As you pointed out, Norman and I began as strangers. So be it.
Julia Sturges: Oh, my poor Richard. How you hate me, and for the wrong reasons. Not because I committed an offense against common decency, but because Norman isn't an elegant extension of Richard Ward Sturges. For you what happened isn't a mortal sin, it's an inexcusable breach of etiquette.
Richard Sturges: Thank you, Julia. I stand reproved.


Waldo Lydecker: My dear, either you were born on a extremely rustic community, where good manners are unknown, or you suffer from a common feminine delusion that the mere fact of being a woman exempts you from the rules of civilized conduct.


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Clifton Webb Facts
His elegant taste kept him on Hollywood's best-dressed lists for decades. His scrupulously-private gay life remained free of scandal.

The part that got away: Ayn Rand wanted him to play suave villain Ellsworth Toohey in the 1949 adaptation of The Fountainhead (1949) and indeed it would have been superb casting which might have significantly improved the flawed film, but studio chiefs vetoed this idea.

Acknowledged as the inspiration for Mr. Peabody on "Bullwinkle Show, The" (1961)

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