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An even bigger role came with comedy ''Film/TradingPlaces'' where he played the nefarious Randolph Duke which also happened to be Bellamy's 99th film.

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An even bigger role came with the comedy ''Film/TradingPlaces'' where ''Film/TradingPlaces'', in which he played the nefarious Randolph Duke (and which also happened to be Bellamy's 99th film.
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* ''Film/TheProfessionals'' (1966)

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* ''Film/TheCourtMartialOfBillyMitchell'' (1955)


* ''Film/HisGirlFriday''
* ''Film/TheAwfulTruth''
* ''Film/PrettyWoman''
* ''Film/TheWolfMan1941''
* ''Film/HandsAcrossTheTable''
* ''Film/SunriseAtCampobello''
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''Film/TheAwfulTruth'' (1937)
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* ''Film/TheWolfMan1941''
''Film/HisGirlFriday'' (1940)
* ''Film/HandsAcrossTheTable''
''Film/TheWolfMan1941'' (1941)
* ''Film/SunriseAtCampobello''
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* ''Film/{{Carefree}}''
''Film/SunriseAtCampobello'' (1960)
* ''Film/RosemarysBaby''
''Film/RosemarysBaby'' (1968)
* ''Film/TheGhostOfFrankenstein''
''Film/TradingPlaces'' (1983)
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An even bigger role came with comedy ''Film/TradingPlaces'' where he played the nefarious Randolph Duke which also happened to be his 99th film!

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An even bigger role came with comedy ''Film/TradingPlaces'' where he played the nefarious Randolph Duke which also happened to be his Bellamy's 99th film!
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Ralph Rexford Bellamy (June 17, 1904 November 29, 1991) was an award-winning American actor who appeared in films, television, and on the stage in a variety of leading and supporting roles. He was nominated for an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for his supporting role in ''Film/TheAwfulTruth''; however, he was later given an Honorary Oscar, probably for always being relegated to RomanticFalseLead in his comedic roles.

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Ralph Rexford Bellamy (June 17, 1904 November 29, 1991) was an award-winning American actor who appeared in films, television, and on the stage in a variety of leading and supporting roles. He was nominated for an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for his supporting role in ''Film/TheAwfulTruth''; however, he was later given an Honorary Oscar, probably for always being relegated to RomanticFalseLead in almost all his comedic roles.
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Ralph Rexford Bellamy (June 17, 1904 November 29, 1991) was an award-winning American actor who appeared in films, television, and on the stage in a variety of leading and supporting roles. He was nominated for an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for his supporting role in ''Film/TheAwfulTruth'', however, he was later given an Honorary Oscar.

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Ralph Rexford Bellamy (June 17, 1904 November 29, 1991) was an award-winning American actor who appeared in films, television, and on the stage in a variety of leading and supporting roles. He was nominated for an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for his supporting role in ''Film/TheAwfulTruth'', ''Film/TheAwfulTruth''; however, he was later given an Honorary Oscar.
Oscar, probably for always being relegated to RomanticFalseLead in his comedic roles.


As a teenager, Bellamy ran away from home to join a road show and became a touring performer, which travelled from his native Chicago to New York City. He started his stage acting there and soon owned a theater company, but then began to appear in movies. by 1933, he'd been in over 20 films and kept up the pace as he soldiered through the decade.

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As a teenager, Bellamy ran away from home to join a road show and became a touring performer, which travelled from his native Chicago to New York City. He started his stage acting there and soon owned a theater company, but then began to appear in movies. by By 1933, he'd been in over 20 films and kept up the pace as he soldiered through the decade.


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Ralph Rexford Bellamy (June 17, 1904 November 29, 1991) was an award-winning American actor who appeared in films, television, and on the stage in a variety of leading and supporting roles. He was nominated for an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for his supporting role in ''Film/TheAwfulTruth'', however, he was later given an Honorary Oscar.

As a teenager, Bellamy ran away from home to join a road show and became a touring performer, which travelled from his native Chicago to New York City. He started his stage acting there and soon owned a theater company, but then began to appear in movies. by 1933, he'd been in over 20 films and kept up the pace as he soldiered through the decade.

His films had a wonky reception in the 1940s so he went back to the stage but would appear on television once it became popular. A notable role he did was of President UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt, which he performed on the stage and the movie version of ''Film/SunriseAtCampobello'', and then again much later in miniseries ''The Winds of War'' in 1983.

Bellamy died from a lung ailment at 87 years.
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!!Selected filmography
* ''Film/HisGirlFriday''
* ''Film/TheAwfulTruth''
* ''Film/PrettyWoman''
* ''Film/TheWolfMan1941''
* ''Film/HandsAcrossTheTable''
* ''Film/SunriseAtCampobello''
* ''Film/{{Carefree}}''
* ''Film/RosemarysBaby''
* ''Film/TheGhostOfFrankenstein''
* ''Series/BostonLegal'' [[note]]Footage from ''Studio One'' was used to show the relationship between Denny Crane and his father. In the episode from the 1950s, Bellamy and Creator/WilliamShatner had appeared together as a father and son lawyer team, respectively.[[/note]]
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