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Spencer Tracy, A Life in Pictures


Spencer Tracy, A Life in Pictures

Rare, Candid, and Original Photos of the Hollywood Legend, His Family, and Career. Endorse by Cyndi Tracy and the Spencer Tracy Family. Edited by Brenda Loew.

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Comment by Michael B. Druxman on November 13, 2017 at 10:30am
(Clark) GABLE and (Spencer) TRACY: A conversation.
Comment by Michael B. Druxman on August 20, 2017 at 6:29am
An audio version of my one-person stage play, TRACY, is currently in production. Stay tuned...
Comment by Brenda Loew on October 25, 2012 at 12:17pm
Comment by Brenda Loew on October 24, 2012 at 9:21am

The minute you see Spencer Tracy on the screen you are immediately transfixed on his humanity. Whether he plays a poor man, a wise-cracking sportswriter, the father of the bride, or the defender of a great cause, in the end, Spencer Tracy truly is the heroic Santiago from Hemingway’s Old Man and the Sea, courageously battling the sharks that would tear apart his dignity and life’s work. No other actor had his gift.


Upton Bell, New England radio and television talk show host whose mother, Broadway actress and comedienne Frances Bell, starred with Eddie Cantor in Whoopee! and the Ziegfeld Follies of 1928, in the early talkie Night Work, and in one of the first experimental television broadcasts in New York City with Gertrude Lawrence and Lionel Atwill. She was a great admirer of Tracy when he was on the New York stage.


Comment by Brenda Loew on October 24, 2012 at 9:17am

Spencer Tracy simply was every character he played on the silver screen. He was known as “the actor’s actor,” a master of his craft. As members of the Tracy Family, we are grateful to Brenda Loew for putting together this amazing photo book of Spencer Tracy for all the world to enjoy.


              Cyndi Tracy & the Spencer Tracy Family



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