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Ronald Reagan

Filmography

Later Life and Legacy

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1937

  • Love is In the Air
  • Submarine D-1

1938

  • Hollywood Hotel
  • Accidents Will Happen
  • Cowboy From Brooklyn
  • The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
  • Boy Meets Girl
  • Brother Rat
  • Swing Your Lady
  • Sergeant Murphy
  • Going Places
  • Girls on Probation

1939

  • Secret Service of the Air
  • Dark Victory
  • Naughty But Nice
  • Smashing the Money Ring
  • Sword Fishing
  • Hell's Kitchen
  • Code of the Secret Service
  • The Angels Wash Their Faces

1940

  • Brother Rat and a Baby
  • Knute Rockne, All American
  • Tugboat Annie Sails Again
  • Santa Fe Trail
  • Murder in the Air
  • An Angel From Texas

1941

  • Million Dollar Baby
  • Nine Lives are Not Enough
  • International Squadron
  • The Bad Man

1942

  • Sports Parade: Shoot Yourself Some Golf
  • Mister Gardenia Jones
  • Beyond the Line of Duty
  • Kings Row
  • Duke Girl
  • Desperate Journey

1943

  • The Rear Gunner
  • This is the Army
  • Jap Zero
  • For God and Country
  • First Motion Picture Unit
  • Cadet Classification

1945

  • Target Tokyo
  • The Fight for the Sky
  • Stilwel Road

1947

  • So You Want to be in Pictures
  • Stallion Road
  • The Voice of the Turtle
  • The Hagan Girl

1949

  • It's a Great Feeling
  • John Loves Mary
  • Night Unto Night
  • The Girl From Jones Beach
  • The Hasty Heart

1950

  • Louisa

1951

  • Storm Warning
  • The Last Outpost
  • Bedtime for Bonzo
  • Hong Kong
  • The Big Truth

1952

  • The Winning Team
  • She's Working Her Way Through College

1953

  • The Orchid Award
  • Tropic Zone
  • Law and Order

1954

  • Screen Snapshots: Memories in Uniform
  • Prisoner of War
  • The Jungle Trap
  • Cattle Queen of Montana
  • TV: General Electric Theatre - 1954

1955

  • TV: Dateline: Disneyland - 1955
  • Tennessee's Partner

1957

  • Hellcats of the Navy

1961

  • The Young Doctors

1964

  • The Killers
  • TV: Death Valley Days - 1965–1966)

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