Portrayed Florenz Ziegfeld in the movie musical "Funny Girl"
Starred as Pierre Curie to Garson's "Madame Curie"; received second Best Actor Academy Award nomination
Starred as the father in "The Swiss Family Robinson", an NBC adventure special
Appeared in support of Janis on Broadway in "Puzzles of 1925"
Appeared on Broadway in the musical "Take Me Along"
Co-starred in the all-star production of "Executive Suite"
Distinguished himself with starring roles in John Ford's "How Green Was My Valley" and Fritz Lang's "Man Hunt", both released in the same year
Dropped out of college and enlisted in the Canadian Field Artillery
First acting role in a musical talkie, where he used his baritone singing voice, "Viennese Nights"
Hosted MGM's first TV series, "M-G-M Parade", an ABC variety series
Last of eight co-starring vehicles opposite Garson, "Scandal at Scourie"
Last TV-movie, "The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case"; portrayed the judge
Made final feature appearance in "Sextette"
Earned first Best Actor Oscar nomination for his co-starring role opposite Garson in "Mrs. Miniver"
Feature acting debut in silent film, "Mannequin"
Had role as the US Senate Majority Leader in "Advise and Consent"
After WWI, moved to Boston; worked nights in the mailroom of a brokerage firm
Appeared as Dr. Morbius in "Forbidden Planet"
Cast as the submarine's admiral in "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea"
First film starring opposite Greer Garson, "Blossoms in the Dust"
Played the King in the CBS TV remake of "Cinderella", with a score by Rodgers and Hammerstein
Toured with the Boston Light Opera Company; spotted by singer Elsie Janis who hired him