Gary Grimes

Gary Grimes


Also Known As
Gary William Grimes
Birth Place
San Francisco, California, USA
June 02, 1955


Life Events


Movie Clip

Class of '44 (1973) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Pick Your Own Branch After the opening credits, the graduation party, pals Hermie (Gary Grimes, based on the writer Herman Raucher) and Oscy (Jerry Houser), and the rarely-seen screen debut of John Candy as Paulie, in director Paul Bogart’s follow-up to Summer Of ’42, Class Of ’44, 1973.
Class of '44 (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Send Me A Samurai Sword In an un-specified outer-borough of New York, Hermie (Gary Grimes) and Oscy (Jerry Houser), working at a loading dock in the summer before college, receive pal Benjie (Oliver Conant), who surprised everybody by enlisting in the Marines, in Class Of ’44, writer Herman Raucher’s kind-of sequel to the hit Summer Of ’42, 1971.
Class of '44 (1973) -- (Movie Clip) An Expert On The Works Of Melville Shooting on location at Princeton, Freshman Hermie (Gary Grimes, loosely based on the screenwriter Herman Raucher) looks for work at the student newspaper, Jeffrey Cohen the editor, Susan Marcus his assistant, and Deborah Winters as Julie, who’ll become his love interest, in the less-popular follow-up to Summer Of ’42, 1971, Class Of ’44, 1973.
Culpepper Cattle Co., The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) I've Been Makin' Plans Director Dick Richards’ exuberant opening, Gary Grimes as Ben and Charles (“Charlie”) Martin Smith as Tim, Texas teens racing their wagons, in the well-recieved if not overly successful 1972 “revisionist” Western The Culpepper Cattle Co..
Culpepper Cattle Co., The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Sit Downwind Son culpeppercattleco_sitdownwindson_FC
Culpepper Cattle Co., The (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Do You Wanna Search Your Soul? Greenhorn Ben (Gary Grimes) is surprised to be asked along as Culpepper (Billy “Green” Bush) leads his men (Matt Clark, Luke Askew et al) to confront the rustlers who, it turns our, are led by “Old Man” Royal Dano, in B>The Culpepper Cattle Co., 1972, directed by Dick Richards.
Cahill, United States Marshal (1973) -- (Movie Clip) It Was A Friendly Fight John Wayne (title character) returns to Valentine, Texas where Hank Worden is the station master, not knowing jailed Fraser (George Kennedy) and Strother (Morgan Paull) have involved his own son (Gary Grimes) in robbery and murder, Jackie Coogan the drunk, early in Cahill, United States Marshal, 1973.
Cahill, United States Marshal (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Austin To El Paso Widower John Wayne (title character) appoints Mrs. Green (Marie Windsor) to care for his younger son (Clay O’Brien), then takes his deputized older boy (Gary Grimes), who’s already in thrall to murderous bandit George Kennedy, to hire tracker Lightfoot (Neville Brand), in Cahill, United States Marshal, 1973.
Summer of '42 -- (Movie Clip) I Can Go Further Hermie (Gary Grimes) lucks out, finding war-wife Dorothy (Jennifer O'Neill) needing an assist at the grocery, summering in a Long Island beach town, in director Robert Mulligan's Summer Of '42, 1971.
Summer of '42 -- (Movie Clip) When I Was Fifteen Much nostalgia with narration by director Robert Mulligan, introducing Hermie (Gary Grimes), Oscy (Jerry Houser), Benjie (Oliver Conant) and distant Dorothy (Jennifer O'Neill), in Summer Of '42, 1971.