Dick Powell

June Allyson - Silver Screen Magazine Pictorial [United States] (June 1946)
1904 - 1963

Dick Powell  American Actor

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Dick Powell passed away on 2nd Jan 1963 aged 58.


Dick Powell was previously married to June Allyson (1945 - 1963), Joan Blondell (1936 - 1944) and Maude Maund.

He was in relationships with Gloria Pall (1961 - 1962), Margaret Lindsay (1933) and Mary Brian (1928).

Dick Powell had an encounter with Karin Booth (1942).


American Actor Dick Powell was born Richard Ewing Powell on 14th November, 1904 in Mountain View, Arkansas and passed away on 2nd Jan 1963 West Los Angeles, California aged 58. He is most remembered for 42nd Street / Footlight Parade /Gold Diggers of 1933. His zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Dick Powell was in 4 on-screen matchups, including Debbie Reynolds in Susan Slept Here (1954), June Allyson in The Reformer and the Redhead (1950), Ruby Keeler in Shipmates Forever (1935) and Dorothy Lamour in Riding High (1943).

Dick Powell is a member of the following lists: People from Valley Center, California, People from Mountain View, Arkansas and Male actors from Arkansas.


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Relationship Statistics

Married3 17 years, 5 months 10 years, 3 months -
Dating3 89 years, 11 months 58 years, 11 months 1 year
Encounter1 - - -
Total7 89 years, 11 months 29 years, 3 months 1 year


First Name Dick
Last Name Powell
Full Name at Birth Richard Ewing Powell
Age 58 (age at death) years
Birthday 14th November, 1904
Birthplace Mountain View, Arkansas
Died 2nd January, 1963
Place of Death West Los Angeles, California
Cause of Death Cancer of the Lymph Glands
Height 6' 0" (183 cm)
Build Large
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Brown - Light
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
University Little Rock College
Occupation Text American singer / Actor / Producer / Director / Studio Boss
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame 42nd Street / Footlight Parade /Gold Diggers of 1933
Music Genre Vocal
Year(s) Active 1930–63
Music Style Show Tunes, Vocal Pop, Cast Recordings, Stage & Screen, Traditional Pop
Instrument Violin, Vocals
Official Websites wikinfo.org/index.php/Dick_Powell
Family Member Ellen Powell (Daughter) Mother Joan Blondell, Norman Powell (Adopted Son) Mother Joan Blondell, Paula Powell (Adopted Daughter) Mother June Allyson, Richard Powell (Son) Mother June Allyson
Friend Gary Cooper, Glenda Farrell, Ronald Reagan, James Cagney, George Murphy, Jane Wyman, Edward Dmytryk, Regis Toomey, Charles Boyer, David Niven, Frances Langford, Ruby Keeler, Debbie Reynolds, Robert Wagner, Olivia De Havilliand

Richard Ewing "Dick" Powell (November 14, 1904 – January 2, 1963) was an American singer, actor, film producer, film director and studio head. Though he came to stardom as a musical comedy performer, he showed versatility and successfully transformed into a hardbitten leading man starring in projects of a more dramatic nature. He was the first actor to portray the private detective Philip Marlowe on screen.

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Partner Comparison

Dick Powell58 ScorpioActor
Gloria Pall85 CancerActress
June Allyson88 LibraActress
Karin Booth87 GeminiActress
Joan Blondell73 VirgoActress
Margaret Lindsay70 VirgoActress
Mary Brian96 AquariusActress
Maude Maund-


Norman ScottMale
PamelaFemale18th June, 194868 years old
Dick Jr.Male24th December, 195065 years old


Ensign O'Toole1962Chief Richard E. PowellTV Show
Car 54, Where Are You?1961Dick PowellTV Show
The Dick Powell Theatre1961Alex HarperTV Show
The Law and Mr. Jones1960Colonel DraytonTV Show
The DuPont Show with June Allyson1959Paul MartinTV Show
Mr. Adams and Eve1957TV Show
Zane Grey Theater1956Marshal Jess Brackett, Sam GracieTV Show
Best in Mystery, The1956Willie Dante (1956)TV Show
Susan Slept Here1954Mark ChristopherMovie
Climax!1954Philip MarloweTV Show
The Bad and the Beautiful1952James Lee BartlowMovie
Four Star Playhouse1952Willie DanteTV Show
Cry Danger1951RockyMovie
The Tall Target1951John KennedyMovie
You Never Can Tell1951Rex ShepherdMovie
The Red Skelton Hour1951CameoTV Show
Right Cross1950Rick GarveyMovie
Lux Video Theatre1950Intermission GuestTV Show
The Jack Benny Program1950DickTV Show
The Reformer and the Redhead1950Andrew Rockton HaleMovie
Mrs. Mike1949Sgt. Mike FlanniganMovie
Pitfall1948John ForbesMovie
Rogues' Regiment1948Whit CorbettMovie
Station West1948HavenMovie
To the Ends of the Earth1948Commissioner Michael BarrowsMovie
Johnny O'Clock1947Johnny O'ClockMovie
Cornered1945Laurence GerardMovie
It Happened Tomorrow1944Lawrence 'Larry' StevensMovie
Meet the People1944William 'Swanee' SwansonMovie
Murder, My Sweet1944Philip MarloweMovie
Happy Go Lucky1943Pete HamiltonMovie
Riding High1943Steve BairdMovie
True to Life1943Link FerrisMovie
Star Spangled Rhythm1942Dick Powell-' Hit the Road to Dreamland' NumberMovie
In the Navy1941Thomas HalsteadMovie
Model Wife1941Fred ChambersMovie
Christmas in July1940Jimmy MacDonaldMovie
I Want a Divorce1940Alan MacNallyMovie
Naughty But Nice1939Professor Donald 'Don' HardwickMovie
Cowboy from Brooklyn1938Elly Jordan, aka Wyoming Steve GibsonMovie
Going Places1938Peter MasonMovie
Hard to Get1938BillMovie
Hollywood Hotel1937Ronnie BowersMovie
On the Avenue1937Gary BlakeMovie
Varsity Show1937Charles 'Chuck' DalyMovie
The Singing Marine1937Bob BrentMovie
Colleen1936Donald Ames 3rdMovie
Gold Diggers of 19371936Rosmer PeakMovie
Hearts Divided1936Captain Jerome BonaparteMovie
Stage Struck1936George RandallMovie
A Midsummer Night's Dream1935Lysander - In Love with HermiaMovie
Broadway Gondolier1935Richard 'Dick' Purcell, aka Ricardo PurcelliMovie
Gold Diggers of 19351935Dick CurtisMovie
Page Miss Glory1935Bingo NelsonMovie
Thanks a Million1935Eric LandMovie
Shipmates Forever1935Richard John 'Dick' Melville IIIMovie
Flirtation Walk1934Dick 'Canary' DorcyMovie
Twenty Million Sweethearts1934Buddy ClaytonMovie
Wonder Bar1934TommyMovie
Happiness Ahead1934Bob LaneMovie
42nd Street1933Billy LawlerMovie
College Coach1933Phil SargentMovie
Convention City1933Jerry FordMovie
Footlight Parade1933ScottyMovie
Gold Diggers of 19331933Brad RobertsMovie
The King's Vacation1933John KentMovie
Just Around the Corner1933JerryShort Film
The Road Is Open Again1933The SongwriterShort Film
Sky Symphony1933Dick PowellMovie
Big City Blues1932Radio Announcer (voice, uncredited)Movie
Blessed Event1932Bunny HarmonMovie
Too Busy to Work1932Dan HardyMovie
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Posted commentsView all comments (4)

mrbubiAug 4, 2012

he was so good as crooner in the 30's as later doing serious noir films!

anonJan 18, 2011

As of this date, I will no longer be voting daily for Joan Blondell.

di7234241109Aug 30, 2010

multi talented actor

jakeOct 12, 2008

He should have stayed married to Joan Blondell. She treated him better than that horrible women June Allyson..

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