Jim Backus
Overview
Jim Backus
*February 25, 1913 Cleveland, Ohio, USA
as James Gilmore Backus
July 3, 1989 Los Angeles, California, USA

American radio, television, film, and voice actor.

Films

1985

Prince Jack

1978

Good Guys Wear Black

1975

Cop on the Beat
Friday Foster

1971

Mooch Goes to Hollywood

1970

Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County
Myra Breckinridge

1969

Wake Me When the War Is Over

1968

Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?

1967

Don't Make Waves
Hurry Sundown

1965

Fluffy

1964

Advance to the Rear
Rendezvous in Space

1963

It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World
Sunday in New York

1962

Zotz!
Boys' Night Out

1961

The Errand Boy

1960

Ice Palace

1959

The Big Operator
Ask Any Girl

1958

The High Cost of Loving
Macabre

1957

Man of a Thousand Faces
Top Secret Affair
Eighteen and Anxious

1956

The Great Man
Meet Me in Las Vegas
The Opposite Sex
You Can't Run Away From It
The Girl He Left Behind
Autumn Leaves

1955

Rebel Without a Cause
The Square Jungle
Francis in the Navy

1954

Deep in My Heart

1953

Geraldine
I Love Melvin

1952

Deadline - U.S.A.
Don't Bother to Knock
Pat and Mike
Angel Face
Above and Beyond
Androcles and the Lion
Here Come the Nelsons

1951

Bright Victory
I Want You
M
Iron Man
Hollywood Story
His Kind of Woman
The Man With a Cloak
Half Angel
I'll See You in My Dreams

1950

Customs Agent
The Killer That Stalked New York
Emergency Wedding
Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town

1949

A Dangerous Profession
The Great Lover

1930

The Truth About Youth


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Books by Jim Backus
Jim Backus
Rocks on the Roof
New York 1958
Books with substantial mentioning of Jim Backus
Books with an entry on Jim Backus
Kay Weniger
Das große Personenlexikon des Films, Erster Band. A-C
Berlin, 2001

Frank N. Magill (ed.)
Magill's Cinema Annual 1990, A Survey of the Films of 1989
Pasadena, California; Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1990

Joe Franklin
Encyclopedia of Comedians
Secaucus, N.J., 1979

Ken D. Jones, Arthur F. McClure, Alfred E. Twomey
Character People, The Stalwarts of the Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1976