George Macready

George Macready


Birth Place
Providence, Rhode Island, USA
August 29, 1899
July 02, 1973


Prolific, versatile versatile character player, in films from the early 1940s....

Photos & Videos

The Doolins of Oklahoma - Lobby Card Set
Knock on Any Door - Publicity Stills
My Name is Julia Ross - Lobby Cards


Prolific, versatile versatile character player, in films from the early 1940s.



Cast (Feature Film)

The Return of Count Yorga (1971)
Professor Rightstat
Count Yorga, Vampire (1970)
Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970)
Cordell Hull
The Great Race (1965)
General Kuhster
The Human Duplicators (1965)
Professor Dornheimer
Where Love Has Gone (1964)
Gordon Harris
Seven Days in May (1964)
Christopher Todd
Dead Ringer (1964)
Paul Harrison
Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)
Lew Jordan
Taras Bulba (1962)
The Alligator People (1959)
Dr. Mark Sinclair
Jet over the Atlantic (1959)
Lord Robert Leverett
Plunderers of Painted Flats (1959)
Editor Sampson
Paths of Glory (1958)
Gen. Mireau
Gunfire at Indian Gap (1957)
Mr. Jefferson, also known as Pike
The Abductors (1957)
John Langley
Thunder over Arizona (1956)
Ervin Plummer
A Kiss Before Dying (1956)
Leo Kingship
Duffy of San Quentin (1954)
Vera Cruz (1954)
Treasure of the Golden Condor (1953)
Edouard, Marquis de St. Malo
The Golden Blade (1953)
The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953)
Jules Mourret
Julius Caesar (1953)
The Green Glove (1952)
Count Paul Rona
Detective Story (1951)
Karl Schneider
The Desert Fox (1951)
Gen. Fritz Bayerlein
The Golden Horde (1951)
Tarzan's Peril (1951)
Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950)
King John
Fortunes of Captain Blood (1950)
Marquis de Riconete
A Lady Without Passport (1950)
The Desert Hawk (1950)
Prince Murad
The Nevadan (1950)
Edward Galt
The Doolins of Oklahoma (1949)
Sam Hughes
Knock on Any Door (1949)
District attorney Kerman
Johnny Allegro (1949)
[Morgan] Vallin
Alias Nick Beal (1949)
Rev. Thomas Garfield
Coroner Creek (1948)
Younger Miles
The Black Arrow (1948)
Sir Daniel Brackley
Beyond Glory (1948)
Major General Bond
The Gallant Blade (1948)
General Cadeau
The Big Clock (1948)
Steve Hagen
Down to Earth (1947)
Joe Mannion
The Swordsman (1947)
Robert Glowan
The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946)
Lord Fitz-Herbert
The Man Who Dared (1946)
Donald Wayne
The Return of Monte Cristo (1946)
Henri de La Roche
Gilda (1946)
Ballin Mundson
The Walls Came Tumbling Down (1946)
Matthew Stoker
Wilson (1945)
A Song to Remember (1945)
Alfred de Musset
The Fighting Guardsman (1945)
Gaston de Montrevel
Counter-Attack (1945)
Colonel Semenov
Don Juan Quilligan (1945)
District Attorney
My Name Is Julia Ross (1945)
Ralph Hughes
I Love a Mystery (1945)
Jefferson Monk
The Monster and the Ape (1945)
The Seventh Cross (1944)
Bruno Sauer
Follow the Boys (1944)
Walter Bruce
The Soul of a Monster (1944)
Dr. George Winson
The Conspirators (1944)
Schmitt con man
The Missing Juror (1944)
Harry Wharton/Jerome K. Bentley
The Story of Dr. Wassell (1944)
Captain Balen
Commandos Strike At Dawn (1942)
Commandos Strike at Dawn (To Be Deleted) (1942)

Cast (Special)

The Cat and the Canary (1960)
Roger Crosby

Life Events

Photo Collections

The Doolins of Oklahoma - Lobby Card Set
The Doolins of Oklahoma - Lobby Card Set
Knock on Any Door - Publicity Stills
Here are a number of stills taken to publicize Columbia Pictures' Knock on Any Door (1949), starring Humphrey Bogart and John Derek. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.
My Name is Julia Ross - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from My Name is Julia Ross (1945), starring Nina Foch. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
My Name is Julia Ross - Movie Posters
Here are a few movie poster images from Columbia Pictures' My Name is Julia Ross (1945), starring Nina Foch and directed by Joseph H. Lewis.
My Name is Julia Ross - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a number of photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of Columbia Pictures' My Name is Julia Ross, starring Nina Foch, George Macready, and Dame May Whitty, and directed by Joseph H. Lewis.


Movie Clip

Kiss Before Dying, A (1956) -- (Movie Clip) If Certain Details Were Omitted Characters discussed but never seen before the murder (disguised as suicide) of Dory (Joanne Woodward), George MacReady her father, Virginia Leith her sister, Howard Petrie the police chief and Jeffrey Hunter, whom we have met, as the college tutor and weirdly, we learn, also part-time cop Gordon, with the culprit (Robert Wagner as “Bud” Corliss) lurking in Tucson’s El Presidio Park, in A Kiss Before Dying, 1956.
Julius Caesar (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Senseless Things Stately opening and comments from tribunes Flavius (Michael Pate) and Marullus (George MacReady), from Joseph L. Mankiewiecz's 1953 MGM production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, starring Marlon Brando, John GIelgud, Louis Calhern and James Mason.
Paths Of Glory (1958) -- (Movie Clip) They're Scum Following the failed assault on the German position, Gen. Mireau (George MacReady) seems to have lost perspective, Col. Dax (Kirk Douglas) both defiant and hoping to preserve their relationship, Gen. Broulard (Adolphe Menjou) officiating, discussing military justice, in Stanley Kubrick’s Paths Of Glory, 1958.
Paths Of Glory (1958) -- (Movie Clip) What Did He Have To Say About Patriotism? Gen. Mireau (George MacReady), who was reluctant until tempted with a promotion, visits Col. Dax (Kirk Douglas) in his bunker promoting the assault on the German position known as the “Ant Hill,” Richard Anderson the cynical aide, in Stanley Kubrick’s WWI drama Paths Of Glory, 1958.
Counter-Attack (1945) -- (Movie Clip) It's Psychological Trapped with seven Nazi soldiers in the basement of a bombed building behind German lines while on a reconnaissance mission, Soviet commando Alexei (Paul Muni) with comrade Lisa (Margeurite Chapman) suspects one is an officer with crucial information, George MacReady stepping forward, in Columbia’s Counter-Attack, 1945.
Great Race, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) I Never Mix My Pies Jack Lemmon in two roles, first as Professor Fate impersonating the prince, later as the prince, with the general (George MacReady), Leslie (Tony Curtis), Maggie (Natalie Wood), Max (Peter Falk), Hezekiah (Keenan Wynn) et al, in Blake Edwards' famous pie fight, from The Great Race, 1965.
Paths Of Glory (1958) -- (Movie Clip) A Pleasant Atmosphere Narration by Peter Capell, director Stanley Kubrick working on location at the historic Schleissheim Palace in Bavaria, as ranking French Gen. Broulard (Adolphe Menjou, a Pittsburgh, Pa. native and WWI veteran) visits Gen. Mireau (George MacReady), opening Paths Of Glory, 1958.
Knock On Any Door (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Nick Romano Director Nicholas Ray's 1949 version of a gritty crime scene, opening Knock On Any Door, starring Humphrey Bogart and John Derek, and the first venture by Bogart's "Santana Pictures."
Knock On Any Door (1949) -- (Movie Clip) What About This Jury? The D-A (George MacReady) inflames the jury, then defense attorney Morton (Humphrey Bogart) narrates his own internal assessment, in director Nicholas Ray's Knock On Any Door, 1949.
Stranger Wore A Gun, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) William Clarke Quantrill The narrated opening, James Millican as the notorious semi-Confederate raider William Clarke Quantrill, we meet top-billed Randolph Scott as his not-overly conscientious spy Jeff Travis, and director Andre De Toth provides action for the original 3-D production, in The Stranger Wore A Gun, 1953.
Stranger Wore A Gun, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) You Ride A Careless Horse Seeking refuge in Prescott, Arizona, after facilitating a massacre with Quantrill’s Raiders in Kansas, Travis (Randolph Scott) meets goons (including Lee Marvin, and Ernest Borgnine in his first movie!) who report to slippery Mourret (George Macready) in The Stranger Wore A Gun, 1953.
Stranger Wore A Gun, The (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Thieves, Cutthroats And Murderers Fleeing on a riverboat after unintentionally abetting William Clarke Quantrill’s historic Lawrence (Kansas) Massacre, Travis (Randolph Scott) plays cards with Josie (Claire Trevor, her first scene) and it becomes clear he’s been tracked down, Andre De Toth directing, in the originally 3-D The Stranger Wore A Gun, 1953.


Gilda - (Re-issue Trailer) A gambler (Glenn Ford) discovers an old flame (Rita Hayworth) in South America, but she's married to his new boss, in Gilda, 1946.
Fortunes of Captain Blood - (Original Trailer) A doctor (Louis Hayward) exiled from England becomes a pirate of the Caribbean in Fortunes of Captain Blood (1950).
Counter-Attack - (Original Trailer) A Russian officer (Paul Muni) is trapped in a bombed building with seven Nazi soldiers in Counter-Attack (1945).
Count Yorga, Vampire - (Original Trailer) A vampire in modern-day Los Angeles uses a seance to lure new victims in Count Yorga, Vampire (1970).
Commandos Strike At Dawn - (Original Trailer) A Norwegian fisherman (Paul Muni) forms a resistance group to fight the Nazis in Commandos Strike At Dawn (1943).
Johnny Allegro - (Original Trailer) A reformed hoodlum (George Raft) gets mixed up with counterfeiters and a deadly manhunt in Johnny Allegro (1949).
Big Clock, The - (Original Trailer) Ray Milland gets the job of finding the man last seen with his boss' murdered mistress, knowing the evidence will point to him in The Big Clock (1948).
My Name Is Julia Ross - (Original Trailer) A young girl finds herself entrenched in a murder cover-up when she goes to work for a wealthy widow in My Name Is Julia Ross (1945).
Detective Story -- (Original Trailer) A rigid police detective (Kirk Douglas) accidentally uncovers his wife's shady past life in William Wyler's Detective Story (1951).
Coroner Creek - (Original Trailer) A gunman (Randolph Scott) sets out to avenge his fiance's murder in Coroner Creek (1948).
Lady Without Passport, A - (Original Trailer) A secret service agent falls in love with an illegal immigrant in A Lady Without Passport (1950) starring Hedy Lamarr.
Vera Cruz - (Original Trailer) During the Mexican Revolution, rival mercenaries team up to steal a fortune in gold in Vera Cruz (1954) starring Gary Cooper.