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Robert Mitchum

Robert Mitchum


Birthdate: August 6, 1917

Deathdate: July 1, 1997

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert Charles Durman Mitchum  (August 6, 1917 – July 1, 1997) was an American film actor, author, composer and singer and is #23 on the American Film Institute's list of the greatest male American screen legends of all time. Mitchum is largely remembered for his starring roles in several major works of the film noir style, and is considered a forerunner of the anti-heroes ... ...detailed bio

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Dead Man (1995)

William Blake (Johnny Depp), an accountant from Cleveland, Ohio, rides by train to the frontier company town of Machine to assume a promised job as a bookkeeper in the town's metal works. During the trip, a Fireman (Crispin Glover) warns Blake against the enterprise while passengers shoot buffalo...
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Woman of Desire (1994)

Two men – Jack Lynch (Jeff Fahey) and Jonathan Ashby (Steven Bauer) – are confronted by a beautiful woman, Christina Ford (Bo Derek).
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Cape Fear (1991)

Sam Bowden (Nick Nolte) is a lawyer in the quiet town of New Essex, North Carolina. Max Cady (Robert De Niro) is a former client whom Bowden had defended fourteen years previously when he was working as a public defender in Atlanta. Cady, who was being tried for the rape and battery of a young wo...
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Midnight Ride (1990)

After a heated argument with her military police turned cop husband, Lawson; Russian immigrant house wife, Lara storms off into the night convinced he's more married to his job than her. On her drive to a friend's house, she takes pity on a mournful hitchhiker Justin Mckay, desperately searching ...
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Scrooged (1988)

Frank Cross (Bill Murray) is a cynical television programming executive. He has found great success and wealth but only by becoming cold-hearted and cruel. His ruthless concentration on his career has cost him his true love, Claire Phillips (Karen Allen). It has also alienated him from his brothe...
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Mr. North (1988)

In 1920s Newport, Rhode Island, Theophilus North (Anthony Edwards) is an engaging, multi-talented, middle-class Yale graduate who spends the summer catering to the wealthy families of the city. He becomes the confidant of James McHenry Bosworth (Robert Mitchum), and a tutor and tennis coach to th...
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Maria’s Lovers (1985)

In the spring of 1946, Ivan, an American soldier, returns home psychologically scarred after spending some time in Japanese prison camp during World War II. Once back in his small Pennsylvania town, Ivan settles in, trying to put his life back together while living with his stoic peasant father. ...
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The Ambassador (1984)

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A Killer in the Family (1983)

Gary Tison (Robert Mitchum) is serving two consecutive life sentences for murder, while his three young adolescent sons try to move on with their life. The oldest, Donny (James Spader) is the only son making something of his life. He is a pre-law student and is in a loving relationship with his h...
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That Championship Season (1982)

It has been 25 years since the 1957 Fillmore High School (fictional) basketball team won the Pennsylvania state championship. The coach and four of the victors regularly gather to relive the glory of their shining moment. As teenage teammates they could read each other's moves on the court withou...
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The Big Sleep (1978)

In modern-day England, private detective Philip Marlowe (Robert Mitchum) is asked to the stately home of General Sternwood (James Stewart), who hires Marlowe to learn who is blackmailing him. While at the mansion, he meets the General's spoiled and inquisitive daughter Charlotte (Sarah Miles) and...
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The Amsterdam Kill (1978)

The Amsterdam Kill (Chinese: ????) is a 1977 film directed by Robert Clouse. It stars Robert Mitchum and Richard Egan.
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Matilda (1978)

A small-time talent agent discovers an amazing female boxing Kangaroo and figures to use it as his stepping-stone into the big time by having it compete with a human pugilist.
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The Last Tycoon (1976)

Monroe Stahr is the young production chief and the most creative executive of one of the biggest studios of the Golden Age of Hollywood. He is a tireless worker in a time of turmoil in the industry due to the creation of the Writers Guild of America, Monroe being accustomed to make his underlings...
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Midway (1976)

The film chronicles the Battle of Midway, a turning point in World War II in the Pacific. The Imperial Japanese Navy had been undefeated until that time and out-numbered the American naval forces by four to one. The film follows two threads, one centered around the Japanese chief strategist Admir...
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Farewell, My Lovely (1975)

Set in Los Angeles in 1941, against a seamy backdrop of police corruption, cheap hotel rooms, illegal gambling and jewel trafficking, private detective Philip Marlowe is holed up in a hotel room and growing more weary by the hour. As he explains to his police lieutenant friend Nulty: "I've got a ...
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The Yakuza (1974)

Retired detective Harry Kilmer (Robert Mitchum) is called upon by an old friend, George Tanner (Brian Keith). Tanner has been doing business with a yakuza gangster, Tono (Eiji Okada), who has taken Tanner's daughter and her boyfriend hostage to apply pressure in a business deal involving the sale...
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The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973)

Eddie Coyle (a.k.a. "Eddie Fingers") is an aging, low-level gunrunner for a crime organization in Boston, Massachusetts. He is facing several years in prison for a truck hijacking in New Hampshire set up by Dillon, who owns a local bar. Coyle's last chance is a sentencing recommendation from an A...
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The Wrath of God (1972)

Van Horne (played by Mitchum), a bank robber dressed like a Roman Catholic priest, is spared from a firing squad in 1922 in an unnamed Central America nation and sent to kill a local desperado. The film marks the final screen appearance by Hayworth, whose health worsened as Alzheimer's disease t...
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Going Home (1971)

Harry Graham (Mitchum) is a lonely and beaten down man who has recently been released from prison, serving time for murdering his wife many years ago. His son Jimmy (Vincent) is after him seeking justice for his mother's murder. Jimmy tracks Harry down to a run-down seashore community where he is...