Dean Jagger's Height
6ft 2in (188 cm)
American actor, best remembered for roles in films such as Twelve O'Clock High, Cash McCall, King Creole, Bad Day at Black Rock, White Christmas, Elmer Gantry, The Robe, The Nun's Story and Pursued. In a 1976 SunStone magazine, it describe him as: "six-foot-two stage actor"
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Average Guess (3 Votes)
6ft 2in (188cm)
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 23/Dec/16
Looked every inch of this in his early career
MrTBlack said on 10/Dec/16
He looked more like 6'1" in Game of Death but I was shocked hiwntalle he was in his film history. Definitely 6'2" when he was 60 and below and didn't lose much from what I saw in his lifetime.
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 19/Nov/16
Probably closer to 6ft1 in later years but 6ft2 peak for certain
Arch Stanton said on 2/Oct/16
Rob can you add a photo and films Twelve O'Clock High, Cash McCall, King Creole, Bad Day at Black Rock, White Christmas, Elmer Gantry, The Robe, The Nun's Story and Pursued.
Did look a solid 6'2 with Peck but then oddly looked a bit shorter than James Garner in Cash mcCall, might have lost an inch early.
Arch Stanton said on 29/May/16
Down to 6 ft 1 range by late 50s I think, didn't look 6'2 with Elvis or James Garner.
Jake: 1.84 m- 1.85 m said on 25/Jan/15
Looked pretty tall in the great western film 'Rawhide'.
Jake: 1.84 m- 1.85 m said on 27/Nov/14
Looked around 188cm in 'Bad Day at Black Rock'.
said on 22/Jun/13
Rob is this a new entry? I thought I remembered requesting this a while back, he was in 12 O Clock High with Greg Peck and he looked virtually the same height.
[Editor Rob: he's been there for years]
Shadow2 said on 21/Nov/10
Dean was 6'2" in his 1950's era movies, including "Bad Day at Black Rock" with (close to) 6'4" Robert Ryan, and 6'2" Lee Marvin and John Ericson.
Kid-Icarus said on 3/Jul/07
He was way taller than Bing Crosby in White Christmas by at least 5 inches. He didn't really look 6'2" in Game Of Death when he was in his late 70's.
sam 2 said on 13/May/07
Never 6'2". Take a look at Firecreek (1968) James Stewart dwarfed him. Granted he was pretty old, but he wasn't much taller than Danny Kaye in White Christmas (1954)