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Richard Rober

Richard Rober

Birthdate: May 14, 1910

Deathdate: May 26, 1952


Jet Pilot (1957)

A Russian defector lands a jet fighter aircraft on an American airstrip. The base commander, Air Force Colonel Jim Shannon (John Wayne) is surprised to find that the pilot is an attractive woman, Lieutenant Anna Marladovna (Janet Leigh). When she asks for asylum, but refuses to disclose any milit...

Outlaw Women (1952)

This rather unusual 50s western is set in a town where men may not enter. The town is controlled by a woman gambler who eventually succumbs to the allure of a handsome and persistent cowboy.

O. Henry's Full House (1952)

O. Henry's Full House is a 1952 American anthology film made by 20th Century Fox, consisting of five separate stories by O. Henry. The film was produced by André Hakim and directed by five separate directors from five separate screenplays. The music score was composed by Alfred Newman. The film i...

The Savage (1952)

A young boy, Jim Aherne Jr., is the only survivor of a raid on a wagon train by Crow Indians. He is rescued by a group of Sioux Indians and is raised by Chief Yellow Eagle as a Sioux and renamed Warbonnet. Jim grows to maturity, but soon his loyalties between his tribe and his white heritage are ...

Kid Monk Baroni (1952)

From the New York Times: "In the words of its star Leonard Nimoy, Kid Monk Baroni was the sort of film that "made unknowns out of celebrities." The young Nimoy is actually quite good as the title character, a boxer whose misshapen face has earned him the unwelcome nickname "Monk." Formerly an unr...

The Devil Makes Three (1952)

Captain Jeff Eliot returns to Germany in 1947 to visit the family who rescued him and hid him from the Nazis after his plane was shot down over Munich in World War II. He learns that most of the family was killed by a U.S. Air Force air raid. The only survivor is the daughter, Wilhelmina Lehrt, w...

Father's Little Dividend (1951)

Father's Little Dividend is a 1951 comedy film directed by Vincente Minnelli and starring Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett, and Elizabeth Taylor. The movie is the sequel to Father of the Bride (1950). Originally released by MGM, the film entered the public domain in the United States in 1979 due to a ...

The Well (1951)

The film centers around Carolyn, a five-year-old black girl who falls in to an abandoned, overgrown well while picking flowers on her way to school one morning. Her parents seek assistance from Sheriff Ben Kellogg (Richard Rober) to help find their daughter. Carolyn's disappearance causes anger ...

The Tall Target (1951)

New York Police Sergeant John Kennedy once guarded Abraham Lincoln for 48 hours while he was campaigning for President of the United States, and came away deeply impressed by the man. Kennedy has infiltrated a cabal and discovered that an assassination attempt will be made as the president-elect ...

Man in the Saddle (1951)

Man in the Saddle is a 1952 Western film starring Randolph Scott.

Dial 1119 (1950)

Homicidal escaped mental patient Wyckoff arrives by bus in Terminal City. As he leaves the bus, he is confronted by the bus driver for stealing the driver’s Colt pistol and kills the bus driver with it. Wyckoff trys to locate a ‘Dr. Faron’, at both his office and then at his home address (in an a...

Deported (1950)

Deported is a 1950 film starring Jeff Chandler about an American gangster sent back to his home country who falls in love with a widowed countess.

Backfire (1950)

Bob Corey (Gordon MacRae) is an American soldier badly wounded at the end of World War II, and undergoing a number of surgical operations on his spine at a military hospital in California. He is tended by a nurse, Julie Benson (Virginia Mayo), and they have fallen in love. Corey's military pal, S...

The File on Thelma Jordon (1950)

Stanwyck plays Thelma Jordon, a woman who late one night shows up in the office of married Assistant district attorney Cleve Marshall (Wendell Corey) with a story about prowlers and burglars. Before Cleve can stop himself, he and Thelma are involved in a love affair. But Thelma is a mysterious wo...

Port of New York (1949)

Port of New York is a 1949 film shot in semidocumentary style. The film is notable for being Yul Brynner's first movie. He had not begun shaving his hair yet. The film, which is very similar to T-Men (1947), was shot on location in New York City. The movie was directed by László Benedek with cine...

I Married a Communist (1949)

Brad Collins (Ryan), a San Francisco shipping executive (real name Frank Johnson) who recently married Nan Lowry Collins (Laraine Day) after a brief courtship, was once involved with Communism in New York, while a stevedore during the Depression. Shortly after returning home following their honey...

Any Number Can Play (1949)

An illegal casino comes between its owner and his estranged wife and son.

Illegal Entry (1949)

Long before he became producer/director of The Tonight Show, Fred DeCordova helmed the Universal meller Illegal Entry. Howard Duff, who later worked with DeCordova on the TV series Mr. Adams and Eve, stars as Bert Powers, an undercover agent for the U.S. Department of Immigration. While attemptin...

Embraceable You (1948)

A getaway car, leaving the scene of a murder, strikes and injures a woman. Afterward, the driver visits her in the hospital.

Larceny (1948)

John Payne is the no-good lowdown rat who tries to capitalize on postwar patriotism and grief. He finagles a war widow (Joan Caulfied) into giving up her savings for a nonexistent memorial. When Payne falls in love with the widow he has pangs of conscience, but he reckons without his con-artist b...