John Candy

John Franklin Candy (October 31, 1950 ? March 4, 1994) was a Canadian-American comedian and actor. He rose to fame as a member of the Toronto, Ontario branch of The Second City. One of his most renowned on-screen performances was that of Del Griffith in the John Hughes comedy Planes, Trains and Automobiles. ... more on Wikipedia

John Candy Filmography

tv movie 2010 The 82nd Annual Academy Awards as Buck Russell
video movie 2005 John Candy: Comic Spirit as Himself
video movie 2005 Spaceballs: The Documentary as Himself
video movie 2004 Making a 'Splash' as Himself
tv movie 2004 Michael Moore, el gran agitador as Sheriff Bud B. Boomer
tv series 2004 The Greatest Canadian as Himself - #41
tv movie 2002 The Joke's on Us: 50 Years of CBC Satire as Various SCTV Characters
video movie 2000 Conversations with Jon Turteltaub as Himself
tv movie 2000 The 2000 Canadian Comedy Awards as Himself - Canadian Comedy Hall of Fame Inductee
tv movie 1996 The Best of John Candy on SCTV as Various Characters
video movie 1996 The Making of '1941' as Pvt. Foley
movie 1995 Canadian Bacon as Sheriff Bud Boomer
tv movie 1994 All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever! as Himself
tv movie 1994 Hostage for a Day as Yuri Petrovich
tv movie 1994 The 66th Annual Academy Awards as Himself - Memorial Tribute
movie 1994 Wagons East as James Harlow
movie 1993 Cool Runnings as Irv
tv movie 1993 Friends of Gilda as Himself
tv movie 1993 Montreal International Comedy Festival '93 as Himself - Host
movie 1993 Rookie of the Year as Cliff Murdoch - Announcer
tv movie 1992 Boris and Natasha as Kalishak
movie 1992 Once Upon a Crime... as Augie Morosco
movie 1991 Career Opportunities as C.D. Marsh
movie 1991 Delirious as Jack Gable
movie 1991 JFK as Dean Andrews
movie 1991 Nothing But Trouble as Dennis
movie 1991 Only the Lonely as Danny Muldoon
movie 1990 Home Alone as Gus Polinski
movie 1990 Masters of Menace as Beer Truck Driver
video movie 1990 Sing Yourself Silly! as Yosh Shmenge
tv movie 1990 The 62nd Annual Academy Awards as Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Live Action Short Film
movie 1990 The Rescuers Down Under as Wilbur
tv movie 1990 Warner Bros. Celebration of Tradition, June 2, 1990 as Host
tv series 1990 Videosyncrasy as Himself
video movie 1989 Flames 88-89 as Himself
movie 1989 Speed Zone as Charlie Cronan
tv movie 1989 The Rocket Boy as The Hawk
movie 1989 Uncle Buck as Buck Russell
movie 1989 Who's Harry Crumb? as Harry Crumb
movie 1988 Hot to Trot as Don
tv movie 1988 Jackie Gleason: The Great One as Himself - Host
tv movie 1988 Season's Greetings: An Evening with John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra as Himself
tv movie 1988 Sesame Street, Special as Yosh Shmenge
movie 1988 She's Having a Baby as Chet from 'The Great Outdoors'
tv movie 1988 The 60th Annual Academy Awards as Himself - Presenter: Best Makeup
tv movie 1988 The Best of SCTV as Various Characters
movie 1988 The Great Outdoors as Chet Ripley
movie 1987 Citizen Steve as Clip Maxwell
movie 1987 Planes, Trains & Automobiles as Del Griffith
tv movie 1987 Really Weird Tales as Howard Jensen
movie 1987 Spaceballs as Barf
movie 1986 Armed and Dangerous as Frank Dooley
video movie 1986 Big City Comedy as Various
tv movie 1986 Comic Relief as Stan Shmenge
tv movie 1986 Dave Thomas: The Incredible Time Travels of Henry Osgood as Wallace Osgood
movie 1986 Little Shop of Horrors as Wink Wilkinson
movie 1985 Brewster's Millions as Spike Nolan
tv movie 1985 Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas as Marcel
movie 1985 Sesame Street Presents: Follow that Bird as State Trooper
movie 1985 Summer Rental as Jack Chester
movie 1985 Tears Are Not Enough as Himself
tv movie 1985 The Canadian Conspiracy as Various
tv movie 1985 The Last Polka as Yosh Shmenge
tv movie 1985 The Second City 25th Anniversary Special as Himself
movie 1985 Volunteers as Tom Tuttle
movie 1984 Splash as Freddie Bauer
tv movie 1984 Welcome to the Fun Zone as Himself
movie 1983 Going Berserk as John Bourgignon
tv movie 1983 The 8th Annual Young Comedians Show as Himself - Host
movie 1983 Vacation as Lasky, Guard at Walleyworld
tv series 1983 Pete's Place as Himself
movie 1982 It Came from Hollywood as Himself
tv movie 1982 The 34th Annual Emmy Awards as Himself - Winner: Best Writing in a Variety or Music Program
movie 1981 Double Negative as John
movie 1981 Heavy Metal as Desk Sergeant
movie 1981 Stripes as Ox
tv series 1981 Tales of the Klondike
movie 1980 The Blues Brothers as Burton Mercer
tv movie 1980 The Courage of Kavik, the Wolf Dog as Pinky
tv series 1980 Big City Comedy as Himself
movie 1979 1941 as Pvt. Foley
movie 1979 Lost and Found as Carpentier
movie 1978 The Silent Partner as Simonsen
movie 1976 Find the Lady as Kopek
movie 1976 The Clown Murders as Ollie
movie 1976 Tunnel Vision as Cooper
tv series 1976 90 Minutes Live as Various
movie 1975 It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time as Kopek
tv series 1975 Coming Up Rosie as Wally Wypyzypychwk
tv series 1974 Dr. Zonk and the Zunkins
movie 1973 Class of '44 as Paule
tv series 1972 Cucumber as Weatherman
movie 1971 Foxy Lady

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John Candy, Mariel Hemingway, Raymond Burr August 9, 1991.


"Nerves of steel. Body of iron. Brain of stone." Theatrical trailer for 1989's under-rated John Candy classic "Who's Harry Crumb?". Starring John Candy, Jeff...


Trailer for the 1988 comedy The Great Outdoors Starring John Candy & Dan Aykroyd. Written by John Hughes, the film sees Candy take his family for a peaceful ...