George.C Bellamy

  1. Spencer Tracy, The Power and the Glory, 1933.    Columbia’s tyrannical czar Harry Cohn refused to pay the hefty Fox fee to loan Spencer Tracy for the Preston Sturges tale (not Graham Greene’s) – and sent for Bellamy. No way, said the director: the reason why this is regarded as one of Frank Borzage’s better movies and, indeed, Tracy’s breakthrough. Bellamy made his 96th and final film that year.

 Birth year: 1866Death year: 1944Other name: Casting Calls:  1