Robert Mitchum


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United States film actor (1917-1997)

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LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Emmy-winning actress and singer Polly Bergen, best known for playing a terrorized wife in the classic 1962 thriller "Cape Fear" alongside Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum, died Saturday, her publicist said.
The author's strong and erudite opinions inform every entry, as do his eccentric tastes (He beliieves Robert Mitchum was one of the best movie actors ever).
In one, Cumbrian farmer John Thompson was snapped shooting a fox in the nude, while, in another, TV funny man Dustin Gee was photographed doing his impression of film star Robert Mitchum playing strip poker.
Producer-scribe worked with Robert Mitchum, Clint Eastwood; won Emmy
With the most chilling performance of his career, Robert Mitchum is absolutely riveting as Harry Powell - a self-proclaimed preacher - who has LOVE and HATE tattooed on the knuckles of his hands.
US Marine Robert Mitchum meets his match in Deborah Kerr's cranky nun in John Huston's likeable but laboured attempt to replicate The African Queen's magic on a Japanese-held island in WWII Pacific.
1949: Film star Robert Mitchum was jailed in Los Angeles for smoking marijuana, apparently the result of a "sting" operation: his conviction was overturned in 1951.
The 1947 film stars Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas, Jane Greer and Rhonda Fleming.
Starring Richard Burton, Sean Connery, Kenneth More, John Wayne, Robert Mitchum and Henry Fonda.
London, Jun 24 (ANI): English actress Jean Simmons has opened up about her affair with late American actor Robert Mitchum.
Directed by Ken Annakin, Andrew Marton, and Bernhard Wicki, written by Cornelius Ryan, based on his book, starring John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, Henry Fonda, Red Buttons, Richard Burton, Eddie Albert, Sean Connery, and Peter Lawford, 1962, 180 minutes, black and white, not rated.
The question is are you welling to go there on horseback or board a raft the same way Robert Mitchum and Marilyn Monroe had to in Otto Preminger's 1954 River of No Return.Cheesy is a word that would come into mind after watching this 91-minute western but the idea of Mitchum and Monroe, stuck together on a raft, heading down a river in a wild country, surrounded by blood thirsty Indians, isn't a bad one.The storyline wasn't exactly Fight Club, it was your basic love entangled in revenge plot, where the down to earth man gets the bad guy's kind-hearted woman.
Anthony has the presence of a Robert Mitchum or a non-insane Nolte matched with a self-deprecating, almost Jason Jessee-esque sense of humor that makes him fun to cruise with.