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Robert Mitchum

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Also Known As: Died: July 1, 1997
Born: August 6, 1917 Cause of Death: emphysema and lung cancer
Birth Place: Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Chop Suey (2001)
In this autobiographical film, Bruce Weber looks back on his career as both photographer and filmmaker. A photographer never knows where their work will take them; this photographer has ended up in the most incredible places - from the catwalks of the world's fashion capitals to the remotest parts o
Waiting For Sunset (1998) as Ernest Bogan
Story about the reunion of non-German graduates from the University of Heidelberg.
James Dean: Race With Destiny (1997)
A biography of the late actor James Dean, focusing on his tragic romance with Pier Angeli and the final year of his life, which ended with a fatal car crash on September 30, 1955.
Dead Man (1996) as John Dickinson
William Blake, a young accountant lost in unfamiliar territory and caught in inextricable circumstances which leaves destiny beyond his control, travels the western frontier during the mid 19th century. Wounded and branded an outlaw, Blake flees the gunmen hired to hunt him down. Nobody, an outcast Native American, aides Blake along a journey beyond the frailty of life as his physical existence grows thin.
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995)
Presented by an impressive lineup of collegues and admirers, a documentary about the long-underrated talent of the late legendary action director William A. Wellman (1896-1975), one of Hollywood''s most distinguished journeymen helmers. William A. Wellman drew on his experiences as a fighter pilot during World War I to create a series of films about men of action as rugged, sentimental, raucous and tender as the director himself. He was equally noted for his off-screen battles with executives; and after building his career at Paramount and Warner Bros., Wellman vowed never to sign another long-term studio contract, and went on his way, refusing to take guff from anybody!
Back Fire! (1995) as Fire Marshall Marc Marshall
Spoof of Ron Howard's film "Backdraft" (USA/1991). An all-female fire brigade jumps into action when fires start breaking out in toilets throughout New York City.
Tombstone (1993)
A retired lawman straps on his guns one more time to fight a vicious outlaw band.
Woman of Desire (1993) as Walter Hill
A luxury yacht is destroyed in a storm off the coast of an isolated island resort. After washing ashore, unconscious, its handsome owner awakens to find himself framed for murder.
Midnight Ride (1992)
A young woman abandons her marriage to a police officer, only to be kidnapped by a serial killer. Her only hope is her husband who is hindered by a broken leg and has no car.
Cape Fear (1991)
A deranged convict seeks revenge on the attorney who improperly defended him.
Robert Mitchum: The Reluctant Star (1991)
A documentary about film actor Robert Mitchum, whose career has spanned nearly 50 years and 100 pictures. Included are clips from some of his movies as well as interview footage of Mitchum himself, as well as with some of the co-stars and filmmakers who have worked with him through the years.
Family For Joe, A (1990) as Joe Whitaker
A television movie pilot for an NBC comedy series. A homeless man poses as the grandfather to four orphaned children to prevent them from being separated. When he starts to take his role as family patriarch very seriously, the children discover that they've gotten much more than they bargained for.
Presume Dangereux (1990) as Professor Forestier
A detective investigates the murder of an unknown woman.
Jake Spanner, Private Eye (1989)
A television movie about two has-been detectives. A private eye is coaxed out of retirement to help rescue the kidnapped granddaughter of a crook he sent to San Quentin 25 years before.
William Holden: The Golden Boy (1989)
A documentary about the life and career of actor William Holden. Included are clips from many of his films as well as interviews with friends, family and colleagues, as well as an interview with Holden himself.
John Huston: The Man, The Movies, The Maverick (1988)
Robert Mitchum hosts this documentary featuring home movies and memorabilia from John Huston''''s films paint an inspiring portrait of the legendary director.
Mr. North (1988)
Based on Thornton Wilder's last novel, a young man changes the lives of several inhabitants of Newport, Rhode Island during the summer of 1926.
Scrooged (1988)
A contemporary comedy based on Charles Dickens'' novel "A Christmas Carol," focusing on a television executive who decides to exploit the holidays in order to boost ratings.
Marilyn Monroe: Beyond the Legend (1986) as Interviewee
An intimate portrait of actress Marilyn Monroe, including interviews with celebrities who knew her, and selected film clips.
Thompson's Last Run (1986)
The venerable Western plot about the aging lawman tracking down and bringing in his long-ago pal who had turned bad and now was an escaped convict gets a fresh reworking thanks to the strong presences of both Robert Mitchum (as a safecracker who'd been sent up for life, only to be sprung by his long
Hearst and Davies Affair, The (1985) as William Randolph Hearst
Slick but suoerficial dramatization of the scandalous, long-time love affair between the powerful but married publisher and the chorus girl he helped turn into a Ziegfeld star and '30s film personality. Mitchum played Mitchum here although the script called him William Randolph Heart and British sta
Promises To Keep (1985) as Jack Palmer
Three generations of the Robert Mitchum family united for this project, initially called "Fathering," with the veteran actor playing a dying rancher who decides to visit the family he had deserted thirty years earlier. His son Christopher, and Christopher's son, Bentley (in his acting debut), play h
Maria's Lovers (1985)
A World War II soldier returns home to his Pennsylvania town with deep psychological wounds from his incarceration at a Japanese POW camp. Trying to put his life back together, he finds his childhood sweetheart in the arms of another solider and his own father scheming to keep him away from her.
Reunion at Fairborough (1985)
Robert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr, who had costarred three times previously in films, have a screen reunion as a former American flyer and the old flame he last had seen four decades earlier while stationed en England as a bomber pilot, and he is introduced to the granddaughter he never knew he had.
Killer in the Family, A (1983)
Robert Mitchum is the real-life Gary Tison who, in 1978, was sprung from Arizona State Prison by his teenage sons, along with vicious fellow inmate, Stuart Margolin, and then leads them on a murderous spree across the Southwest.
That Championship Season (1982) as Coach Delaney
A group of men who were teammates on their high school's basketball team get together for a reunion. After some visiting and drinking, old resentments and long-suppressed anger come to the surface, and the men find their long-time friendships in danger of ending.
One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982)
Although filmed after "The Winds of War", this suspense drama marked Robert Mitchum's TV acting debut, as a down-and-out ex-San Diego cop who is hired by gambling kingpin Mel Ferrer (also the film's producer) to find his missing wife, who turns out to be a possible suicide. Angie Dickinson is a sha
Agency (1980) as Ted Quinn
An advertising agency utilizes subliminal suggestion to influence voting patterns.
Nightkill (1980)
Suspense thriller revolving around a menage a trois ending in murder.
Big Sleep, The (1978)
Set in England, rather than California, the story follows Raymond Chandler's book fairly closely otherwise. Philip Marlowe is asked by the elderly (and near death) General Sternwood to investigate an attempt at blackmail on one of his daughters. He soon finds that the attempt is half hearted at best and seems to be more connected with the disappearance of the other daughter's husband, Rusty Regan. Rusty's wife, seems unconcerned with his disappearance, further complicating the mystery. Only General Sternwood seems concerned as mobsters and hired killers continue to appear in the path of the investigation.
Matilda (1978)
Amsterdam Kill, The (1978) as Quinlan
A retired American drug enforcement agent gets lured back into the international arena by a Chinese smuggler wanting to bargain his way out of the Hong Kong-Amsterdam connection.
Last Tycoon, The (1976)
1930s studio executive Monroe Starr makes high money deals, calms nervous stars and carries on an affair. F. Scott Fitzgerald is said to have based the character on MGM legend Irving Thalberg.
Midway (1976)
The summer of 1942 brought Naval stalemate to the Pacific as the American and Japanese fleets stood at even numbers each waiting for the other to begin a renewed offensive. "Midway" tells the story of this historic June battle where a Japanese carrier force, in an attempt to occupy Midway island and lure the American fleet to destruction, was meet valiently by US forces operating off of three aircraft carriers and numerous escort ships. It was the first battle in which naval air power was extensivly used, and at its conclusion the Japanese Carrier force had been completly destroyed which lead the way for the US 1943 and 44 offensives which would eventually bring the Pacific War to a close.
Farewell, My Lovely (1975)
This, the second adaptation of Raymond Chandler's novel is much closer to the source text than the original, 'Murder, My Sweet', which tended to avoid some of the sleazier parts of the plot, but still concerns private eye Philip Marlowe's attempts to locate Velma, a former dancer at a seedy nightclub, and the girlfriend of Moose Malloy, a petty criminal just out of prison. Marlowe finds that once he has taken the case events conspire to put him in dangerous situations, and he is forced to follow a confusing trail of untruths and double crosses before he is able to locate Velma.
The Yakuza (1974)
Trying to help a kidnapped girl puts a private eye on the wrong side of the Yakuza.
The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973)
An aging hood turns police informer, with deadly results.
The Wrath of God (1972) as [Father Oliver] Van Horne
A bootlegger and a defrocked priest join forces during a bloody Central American revolution.
Going Home (1971) as Harry K. Graham
An ex-convict who killed his wife while drunk tries to re-build his relationship with his son.
Ryan's Daughter (1970) as Charles Shaughnessy
An Irish lass is branded a traitor when she falls for a British soldier.
Young Billy Young (1969) as Kane
A mysterious stranger bent on revenge helps out a young gunfighter.
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969) as Marshal Jim Flagg
An aging lawman hears that his old nemesis is back in the area and planning a robbery.
Secret Ceremony (1968) as Albert
A tormented rich girl hires a prostitute to act as her mother.
Villa Rides (1968) as Lee
Drama detailing the bandit career of Mexico's folk hero, Pancho Villa.
5 Card Stud (1968) as Reverend Rudd
A mysterious killer stalks the players from a card game that ended in violence.
Anzio (1968) as Dick Ennis
U.S. troops in World War II fight to survive the Allied landing in Italy.
The Way West (1967) as Dick Summers
A senator hires a veteran scout to accompany a wagon train from Missouri to Oregon.
El Dorado (1967) as J. P. Harrah
A gunfighter and a drunken sheriff take on a corrupt cattle baron.
Mister Moses (1965) as Joe Moses
An American con-man, travelling in Africa, is transformed into a local hero after a village tribe believes him to be a reincarnation of Moses.
What a Way To Go! (1964) as Rod Anderson
A very wealthy widow retells her life with the four different husbands who made her rich.
Man in the Middle (1964) as Lieut. Col. Barney Adams
Court-martial drama about an American Colonel assigned to defend a fellow serviceman accused of murdering a British soldier while stationed in India during World War II.
Rampage (1963) as Harry Stanton
A romantic triangle complicates a big-game hunting expedition.
The List of Adrian Messenger (1963) as
An Army officer races to save a group of former POWs from a murderous master of disguise.
The Longest Day (1962) as General Cota
The Allied forces launch the D-Day invasion of German-occupied France.
Two for the Seesaw (1962) as Jerry Ryan
A conservative attorney considering a divorce gets involved with an emotionally fragile dancer in New York.
Cape Fear (1962) as Max Cady
An ex-convict plots to destroy the district attorney who sent him to prison.
The Last Time I Saw Archie (1961) as Archie Hall
An Army con man tries to make a fortune out of peacetime military service.
The Grass Is Greener (1961) as Charles Delacro
Impoverished aristocrats consider splitting up to pursue wealthy spouses.
The Sundowners (1960) as Paddy Carmody
An Australian sheepherder and his wife clash over their nomadic existence and their son's future.
Home from the Hill (1960) as Capt. Wade Hunnicutt
A southern landowner's family is torn apart by the revelation that he has an illegitimate son.
The Night Fighters (1960) as Dermot O'Neill
An IRA member rebels against the groups efforts to help the Nazis during World War II.
The Angry Hills (1959) as Michael Morrison
A World War II correspondent fights to get strategic information out of occupied Greece.
The Wonderful Country (1959) as Martin Brady
A hired gun falls for a Texas Ranger''''s wife.
The Hunters (1958) as Maj. Cleve Saville
Three American pilots are assigned to dogfight during the Korean War.
Thunder Road (1958) as Lucas Doolin
A fast-driving moonshiner locks horns with a Chicago gangster.
The Enemy Below (1957) as Captain Murrell
During World War II, an American destroyer meets a German U-Boat.
Fire Down Below (1957) as Felix
Partners in a tramp steamer both fall for a mysterious lady passenger.
Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (1957) as Mr. Allison
A marine and a nun are shipwrecked on a Pacific Island.
Foreign Intrigue (1956) as Dave Bishop
A foreign press agent investigates the murder of a blackmailer.
Bandido (1956) as Wilson
An American adventurer in Mexico joins a rebel band against a corrupt gun runner.
Man with the Gun (1955) as Clint Tollinger
A man in search of his wayward wife agrees to defend a Western town from a ruthless landowner.
Not As a Stranger (1955) as Lucas [Marsh]
A medical student will stop at nothing to become a top surgeon.
The Night of the Hunter (1955) as Preacher Harry Powell
A bogus preacher marries an outlaw's widow in search of the man's hidden loot.
River of No Return (1954) as Matt Calder
A frontier farmer takes off with his son and a saloon singer after the man who stole his rifle and his horse.
She Couldn't Say No (1954) as Dr. Robert "Doc" Sellers
An heiress decides to pass out anonymous gifts in a small town.
Track of the Cat (1954) as Curtis Bridges
A murderous panther haunts a dysfunctional pioneer family.
Angel Face (1953) as Frank Jessup
An unscrupulous woman murders her loved ones for profit.
Second Chance (1953) as Russ Lambert
A crooked boxer falls for a gangster's moll on the run in Mexico.
White Witch Doctor (1953) as John "Lonni" Douglas
Ellen Burton arrives in Africa to join Dr. Mary as her nurse, bringing modern medicine to the native peoples. Lonni Douglas, an animal wrangler and fortune hunter, agrees to take her upriver, despite his misgivings about her suitability for Africa. They battle escaped gorillas, hostile natives, infected lion wounds, and hostile witch doctors to reach their destination and on the way, they fall in love. Will their contrasting interests doom their romance?
Macao (1952) as Nick Cochran
A man on the run in the Far East is mistaken for an undercover cop.
One Minute to Zero (1952) as Col. Steve Janowski
A U.S. colonel in Korea tries to evacuate American civilians.
The Lusty Men (1952) as Jeff McCloud
A faded rodeo star mentors a younger rider but falls for his wife.
My Forbidden Past (1951) as Dr. Mark Lucas
A beauty with a skeleton in her closet seeks revenge on the suitor who jilted her.
His Kind of Woman (1951) as Dan Milner
A deported gangster causes problems for guests at a Mexican resort.
The Racket (1951) as Capt. Tom McQuigg
A tough cop has to fight his superiors in order to battle the mob.
Where Danger Lives (1950) as [Dr.] Jeff Cameron
A psychopath draws her doctor into her murderous schemes.
The Red Pony (1949) as Billy Buck
A rancher''''s son learns a valuable lesson when he''''s given a pony.
The Big Steal (1949) as Lt. Duke Halliday
Seduction and murder follow the theft of an Army payroll.
Holiday Affair (1949) as Steve [Mason]
A young widow is torn between a boring businessman and a romantic ne'er-do-well.
Rachel and the Stranger (1948) as Jim [Fairways]
A mail-order bride finds herself attracted to a handsome drifter.
Blood on the Moon (1948) as Jim Garry
A gunslinger hired to drive off a rancher falls in love with the man's daughter.
Desire Me (1947) as Paul Aubert
A war widow falls in love with the man who informed her of her husband's death.
Pursued (1947) as Jeb [Rand]
Out of the Past (1947) as Jeff [Bailey, previously known as Jeff Markham]
A private eye becomes the dupe of a homicidal moll.
Crossfire (1947) as [Sgt. Felix] Keeley
A crusading district attorney investigates the murder of a Jewish man.
Undercurrent (1946) as Michael Garroway
A sheltered woman realizes that either her husband or his mysterious brother is a psychopath.
The Locket (1946) as Norman Clyde
A dark personal secret drives a young woman to use every man she encounters.
Till the End of Time (1946) as William Tabeshaw
A returning World War II veteran falls for a troubled war widow.
The Story of G. I. Joe (1945) as Lieutenant [Bill] Walker
War correspondent Ernie Pyle joins an Army platoon during World War II to learn what battle is really about.
West of the Pecos (1945) as Pecos Smith
Heading west for his health, Colonel Lambeth takes his daughter Rill along. Lost on the desert they are saved by Pecos and Chito. The Colonel hires the two and the Lambeths soon find themselves mixed up in Pecos' trouble. Pecos has killed Sawtelle's brother and Sawtelle as head of the vigilantes is after him.
Nevada (1944) as Jim Lacy [also known as Nevada]
Just as Nevada wins $7000 in yellowback bills, Ben Ide takes his #7000 in yellowbacks and heads out to buy mining equipment. Burridge has his man Powell kill Ide and retrieve the money and Nevada finds Ide just as the posse arrives. Found with the money Nevada is arrested and Burridge now gets Powell to incite the local citizens to lynch Nevada.
Johnny Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1944) as Jeff [Daniels]
A young woman sublets a Marine's apartment not knowing he's handed out keys to several of his friends.
Girl Rush (1944) as Jimmy Smith
Two vaudevillians try to round up some ready-made brides for gold prospectors.
Cry 'Havoc' (1944) as Groaning soldier
A group of war nurses fights to survive the siege of Bataan.
When Strangers Marry (1944) as Fred Graham
After a whirlwind romance, a small-town girl suspects she¿s married a murderer.
Mr. Winkle Goes to War (1944) as Corporal
A henpecked husband surprises his family by coming back from World War II a hero.
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) as Bob Gray
General Jimmy Doolittle trains American troops for the first airborne attacks on Japan.
Minesweeper (1943) as Ryan
A naval officer who had deserted several years earlier is drawn back to the Navy when World War II begins. He re-enlists under an assumed name, and is assigned to a minesweeper, where he has to perform hazardous duties while at the same time keeping his real identity a secret.
Gung Ho! (1943) as Pig-Iron [Matthews]
A Marine squadron takes on a heroic Pacific Island raid during WWII.
The Dancing Masters (1943) as Mickey Halligan
The boys operate a ballet school (appearing in drag) and try to help a young inventor sell his idea, to get in the good graces of his girl's father. In their efforts, they get involved with a gang of insurance racketeers. All ends well.
Leather Burners (1943) as Member of Slack's gang
As rustled cattle have mysteriously disappeared, Johnny sends for his friend Hoppy, Hoppy arrives and immediately suspects Dan Slack. Realizing his telegram about Slack was intercepted, he locks up the operator Lafe knowing he can escape. Tailing Lafe he finds a secret entrance to a mine and inside finds the missing cattle. But Slack's men also find him just as the cattle are stampeded through the mine shaft.
The Lone Star Trail (1943) as Ben Slocum
Rancher Blaze Barker (Johnny Mack Brown) returns to Dead Falls after being framed by land-grabbers and spending two years in jail. Paroled, he can't wear a gun, but is aided by Marshal Fargo Steele (Tex Ritter). The gang is out to gain control of all of the valley land before a dam is constructed. When Blaze raises the money to pay off the taxes on his ranch, he finds it has been marked to incriminate him.
Doughboys in Ireland (1943) as Ernie Jones
Colt Comrades (1943) as Dirk Mason
Hoppy and his pals use their reward money to buy a half interest in the Whitlock ranch. After Wildcat Kelly cons California into buying a well drilling rig, they strike water instead of oil. This threatens Jebb Hardin's water monopoly and he retaliates by framing Hoppy for cattle rustling.
Beyond the Last Frontier (1943) as Trigger Dolan
The Rangers are after Hadley and his men and have planted Johnny Revere into his gang to warn them of his raids. But Hadley realizes he has a spy in his group and gets Trigger Dolan to join the Rangers. It's not long before Trigger spots Johnny as the spy. Johnny is captured and a fatal accident is planned to finish him off.
Follow the Band (1943) as Tate Winters
False Colors (1943) as Rip Austin
Before he was killed by Mark Foster's men, Bud Lawton willed part ownership in his ranch to Hoppy and his two pals. When the three arrive they find a fake posing as Lawton. When they expose the imposter, Foster gets the Sheriff to jail them for Lawton's murder.
Hoppy Serves a Writ (1943) as Rigney
Posing as a cattle buyer, Hoppy crosses over into Oklahoma where the Jordan brother's and their outlaw gang operate outside the law. After receiving an unfriendly reception when he finds them, he, California, and Johnny rustle their cattle and drive across the river into Texas. He hopes they will cross over to retrieve their cattle and then he can arrest them.
Riders of the Deadline (1943) as Nick Drago
With writer Bennett Cohen recycling the same script he had used at Republic in 1941 for Don Barry's "Desert Bandit", this 50th entry in the "Hopalong Cassidy" series finds Ranger Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) falling into disrepute and leaving the service, because of the death of his pal and young protege Tim Mason (Richard Crane), who had lost his good standing through the suspicion that he was implicated with a band of smugglers, who had been using his ranch as a hideout. With the aid of his pals, California Carlson (Andy Clyde) and Jimmy Rogers (Jimmy Rogers), Cassidy tracks down the outlaw gang, invades their hideout, and captures or kills the leaders, and regains both his and Tim's good names, while revealing his discharge from the Rangers was a plot hatched by him and Ranger Captain Jennings (Herbert Rawlinson).
Bar 20 (1943) as Richard Adams
Mark Jackson has a scheme to get Adams' land. His gang robs Adams' fiancé of her jewels, robs Hoppy of his cattle money, and then gives that money to Adams to buy back the jewels in exchange for a deed to his land. But Lin recognizes the bills and Hoppy and his pals go after the robbers.
Corvette K-225 (1943) as Sheppard
In 1943, 'Mac' MacClain, Canadian Navy, has lost his ship and many men to a German torpedo. While waiting for a new ship, he befriends Joyce Cartwright, sister of one of his dead officers. We follow the building and launch of new Corvette K-255, the 'Donnacola'. And who should be Mac's new subaltern but Joyce's other brother Paul, fresh out of the academy. Mac will do his best to make a good officer of Paul...if they both survive their hazardous sea duty.
We've Never Been Licked (1943) as Panhandle Mitchell
WWII morale film for Texas A&M graduates fighting overseas. Young Brad Craig (Langton) enters the military school with a chip on his shoulder which Mitchum and other upperclassmen quickly knock off. Once adjusted, Craig falls in love with a professor's beautiful daughter, only to find she is in love with his roommate, played by Noah Beery. In the meantime, Craig associates with Japanese spies (including William Frawley of "I Love Lucy") bent on stealing a secret chemical compound being worked on a the University. But is he one of them, or a double agent for his country?
Border Patrol (1943) as Quinn
Hoppy, California and Johnny are Texas Rangers trying to end a scheme which smuggles Mexicans into the United States to become essentially slaves in a silver mine owned by Orestes Krebs. The three are captured, sentenced to hang, and then escape. They free the slaves and capture the bad guys.
The Human Comedy (1943) as Quentin "Horse" Gilbert
A small-town telegraph boy deals with the strains of growing up during World War II.
Aerial Gunner (1943) as Benson

Writer (feature film)

Thunder Road (1958) as Based on an orig story by
A fast-driving moonshiner locks horns with a Chicago gangster.

Producer (feature film)

The Night Fighters (1960) as Executive Producer
An IRA member rebels against the groups efforts to help the Nazis during World War II.
The Wonderful Country (1959) as Executive Producer
A hired gun falls for a Texas Ranger''''s wife.
Bandido (1956) as Co-producer
An American adventurer in Mexico joins a rebel band against a corrupt gun runner.

Music (feature film)

Bigger Splash, A (2016)
Rock star Marianne Lane and her filmmaker boyfriend Paul De Smedt are recovering from their hectic lives on the sprawling and beautiful volcanic island of Pantelleria in Italy off the coast of Tunisia. Their peaceful holiday is interrupted by the unexpected arrival of Harry Hawkes, Marianne's ex, Pa
Broken Noses (1987)
Portrait of Any Minsker, a former lightweight champion who runs a boxing club for teenagers in Portland, Oregon.
Thunder Road (1958) as Composer
A fast-driving moonshiner locks horns with a Chicago gangster.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

James Stewart, Robert Mitchum: The Two Faces of America (2017)
Examining legacies left by James Stewart and Robert Mitchum.
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995)
Presented by an impressive lineup of collegues and admirers, a documentary about the long-underrated talent of the late legendary action director William A. Wellman (1896-1975), one of Hollywood''s most distinguished journeymen helmers. William A. Wellman drew on his experiences as a fighter pilot during World War I to create a series of films about men of action as rugged, sentimental, raucous and tender as the director himself. He was equally noted for his off-screen battles with executives; and after building his career at Paramount and Warner Bros., Wellman vowed never to sign another long-term studio contract, and went on his way, refusing to take guff from anybody!

Cast (special)

Private Screenings: Mitchum/Russell (1996)
Co-stars and lifelong friends Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell recall their careers with host Robert Osborne.
Intimate Portrait: Janet Leigh (1996)
Documentary exploring the life and career of actress Janet Leigh.
100 Years of the Hollywood Western (1994)
Special saluting the Hollywood Western, with actors experienced in the genre. Includes profiles of John Wayne, John Ford and Clint Eastwood, as well as the story of women in the Wild West and a video history of how Native Americans have been portrayed over the years.
Year of the Generals, The (1992)
A special that chronicles the personal stories of the World War II military leaders who helped change the course of history in 1942. Focuses on American Generals Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, George Patton and George C. Marshall, U.S. Admiral Chester Nimitz, British Field Marshal Bernard
49th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1992)
A presentation of the 49th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony, sponsored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and honoring special achievement in film and television.
Golden Years?, The (1989)
A documentary that focuses on the physical abuse and economical problems of the elderly.
America's All-Star Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor (1989)
Coverage of the presentation to Elizabeth Taylor of the second annual America's Hope Award, given to an individual deemed to exemplify the American spirit. Highlights include clips from Taylor's film career; serenades by Kenny Rogers, Stevie Wonder, Carol Burnett and Dudley Moore; and a production n
Remembering Marilyn (1988)
A special celebrating the continuing popularity of the legendary screen actress on the 25th anniversary of her death. Rare footage, film clips, newsreels and interviews are included.
War and Remembrance: A Living History (1988) as Host
A behind-the-scenes look at ABC's epic miniseries "War and Remembrance." The special reviews the history of the times in which the program is set, previews clips from the miniseries, and features an interview with producer/director Dan Curtis.
13th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1987)
Dick Van Dyke hosts the live telecast of the ceremony from Santa Monica, California, honoring winners in 21 categories. A special Gallup Poll determined the three top vote-getters in each category, and the public voted for anyone and was not restricted to a pre-determined list.
American Film Institute Salute to Lillian Gish, The (1984)
A tribute to actress Lilian Gish, winner of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.
American Film Institute Salute to John Huston, The (1983)
The American Film Institute presents its 11th Annual Distinguished Life Achievement Award to director, screenwriter and actor, John Huston, at a black-tie dinner at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on March 3, 1983.
Dean's Place (1975)
The program, set in a nightclub called Dean's Place, spotlights new (and not-so-new) talent.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Brotherhood of the Rose (1989)
A two-part miniseries about two orphans raised as brothers by a top CIA operative and trained to be assassins in the high-stakes world of international espionage. When the brothers themselves become assassination targets, they soon realize their surrogate father has thrust them into a deadly game of
War and Remembrance (1988)
A 12-part miniseries continuing Herman Wouk's epic two-volume saga which began with "The Winds of War." The first 17-hour installment begins one week after Pearl Harbor. The family of career naval officer Captain Victor "Pug" Henry is scattered around the globe. Pug and his son, Byron, are fighting
North and South (1985)
A twelve-hour miniseries, adapted from John Jakes' best-selling novel, that depicts the turbulent historical background of conflict between the North and the South during the years 1842 to 1861. Orry Main, a young southern West Point cadet, establishes a life-long friendship with a fellow cadet, nor
Winds of War, The (1983)
Herman Wouk's best-selling 1971 epic about a fictional Navy family in the days leading up to Pearl Harbor came to TV in this 16-hour miniseries over seven nights (initially it had been planned for only twelve hours). At about $40-million, it was the single most expensive television event up to that

Cast (short)

TDistant Drummer: A Movable Scene (1970)
An education short film that exposes drug use and drug culture.
Ryan's Daughter (Featurette) (1970)
This short film provides a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Ryan''''s Daughter" (1970).

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