Gary Cooper filmography

The filmography of Gary Cooper chronicles the film appearances of American actor Gary Cooper.wikipedia
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Gary Cooper filmography

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The filmography of Gary Cooper chronicles the film appearances of American actor Gary Cooper.

Extra (acting)

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After starting his career in 1925 as a film extra and stuntman, Cooper made his official cinematic debut in 1926 in the Samuel Goldwyn production The Winning of Barbara Worth.

Stunt performer

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After starting his career in 1925 as a film extra and stuntman, Cooper made his official cinematic debut in 1926 in the Samuel Goldwyn production The Winning of Barbara Worth.

Samuel Goldwyn

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After starting his career in 1925 as a film extra and stuntman, Cooper made his official cinematic debut in 1926 in the Samuel Goldwyn production The Winning of Barbara Worth.

The Winning of Barbara Worth

After starting his career in 1925 as a film extra and stuntman, Cooper made his official cinematic debut in 1926 in the Samuel Goldwyn production The Winning of Barbara Worth.

Paramount Pictures

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He went on to become a contract player with Paramount Pictures where he established himself as a popular leading man prior to the end of the silent film era.

Silent film

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He went on to become a contract player with Paramount Pictures where he established himself as a popular leading man prior to the end of the silent film era.

The Virginian (1929 film)

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Cooper's future in the sound era was assured with the release of The Virginian (1929), his first all-talkie film.

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From 1936 to 1957, Cooper ranked 18 times among the top ten box office attractions—a record when he died in 1961, and later surpassed only by John Wayne, who ranked among the top ten 25 times, Clint Eastwood (21 times) and Tom Cruise (20 times).

Academy Award for Best Actor

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Cooper was nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award five times and won twice, for Sergeant York (1942) and High Noon (1952).

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Cooper was nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award five times and won twice, for Sergeant York (1942) and High Noon (1952).

High Noon

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Cooper was nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award five times and won twice, for Sergeant York (1942) and High Noon (1952).

Academy Honorary Award

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Cooper received a third Academy Award—an honorary one—just prior to his death.

The Naked Edge

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His final film, The Naked Edge, was released posthumously.

The Legion of the Condemned

Unfortunately, at least two of his silent films—Beau Sabreur (1928) and The Legion of the Condemned (1928)—are now considered lost films.

Lost film

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Unfortunately, at least two of his silent films—Beau Sabreur (1928) and The Legion of the Condemned (1928)—are now considered lost films.

Paramount on Parade

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One of Cooper's earliest talkies, Paramount on Parade (1930), survives incomplete.

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The prints that are available for television are missing all but one of the film's Technicolor scenes—a partial restoration of these scenes was done by the UCLA Film Archives.

Feature film

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The filmography contains sections for Cooper's work as an extra in the earliest part of his film career, his feature film appearances, his occasional appearances in short films, and a section for a compilation film.

Short film

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The filmography contains sections for Cooper's work as an extra in the earliest part of his film career, his feature film appearances, his occasional appearances in short films, and a section for a compilation film.

Film director

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Cooper's film roles are listed, as well as the names of each film's director and co-stars.

Black and white

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Except where noted, all of his films were shot in 35mm black and white.

Addendum

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As an addendum, Cooper's handful of television appearances are also listed.