List of Dick Tracy characters, along with their pictures from the film when available. These characters from the movie Dick Tracy are displayed from top to bottom according to their prevalence in the film, so you can find the lead characters at the top of the list. From main characters to cameos and minor roles, these characters are the reason why the movie is loved by film buffs around the world.
Enough to scare any self-respecting crime-stopper out of his two-way wrist radio. Other people might remember him from the radio show, or the serials, or some of those low-budget s movies. Plenty and the rest of the denizens of the legendary comic strip.
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After Pat Patton rose to accept the role of police chief after Chief Brandon retired inTracy found himself missing a partner. Sam was originally from Boston and just like Patton, he was used for comic relief at first. Sam was nearly killed in a botched attempt to spy on his former sweetheart, but he recovered and was able to aid Tracy in her capture. The faces of two other passengers are visible in the car.
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Inside front cover. Lists all the credits for the publisher and the Dick Tracy comic strip. Since the comic strips are reprinted in full, the Sunday strips include the Dick Tracy logo, and the Dick Tracy toppers Crimestoppers Textbook, and Tracy's Hall of Fame --- are included within the reprinted story as well.
Marge Catchem was the wife of Sam Catchem. They had two daughters, Julie and Joan. Marge was a slightly heavyset woman.
Dick Tracythe hard-boiled hero of Dick Tracya newspaper comic strip created by Chester Gould in Tracy was portrayed as an incorruptible plainclothes detective in a Midwestern city that resembled Chicago. He was jut-jawed and eagle-nosed and usually wore a fedora, a dark suit, a white shirt, and a necktie.