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Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor


Birthdate: August 5, 1911

Deathdate: June 8, 1969

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert Taylor (August 5, 1911 – June 8, 1969) was an American film and television actor. Description above from the Wikipedia article Robert Taylor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (1974)

It is the 1970s; Fritz the Cat is now married, on welfare, and has a child named Ralphie, who casually masturbates. As his wife screams at him for being an irresponsible father and husband, Fritz sits on the couch, staring off into space, smoking a joint. Tired of listening to his wife nag at him...
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Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows (1968)

The story depicts the rivalry between the conservative Mother Superior (Russell) and the glamorous, progressive young Sister George (Stevens) as they shepherd a busload of Catholic high school girls across America to an interfaith youth rally being held in Santa Barbara, California. As they debat...
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The Night Walker (1964)

The film chronicles the ordeal of Irene Trent (Stanwyck), who is unhappily married to a blind, pathologically possessive millionaire inventor, Howard Trent (Rorke). Howard and Irene's palatial mansion is packed with an endless assortment of cuckoo clocks, all in perfect synchronization, and Howar...
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Cattle King (1963)

A range war is building in Wyoming. Caught on opposite sides are Sam Brassfield, who builds fences to protect his grass land, and Clay Mathews, a cattle baron determined to keep an open range. Both men argue their case before the cattlemen's association to President Chester A. Arthur, who happens...
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Miracle of the White Stallions (1963)

In World War II Austria, Col. Alois Podhajsky sets out to protect his beloved Lipizzaner stallions - purebred snow-white horses with centuries of tradition - from "liberation" by the Soviet Army, and ensure that they are surrendered into safekeeping. It is known that U.S. General Patton is someth...
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The House of the Seven Hawks (1959)

The House of the Seven Hawks is a 1959 British mystery film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Robert Taylor, Nicole Maurey and Linda Christian. The film follows an American captain searching for sunken treasure who becomes entangled with criminals and is arrested by the Dutch police. It is ...
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Party Girl (1958)

Slick lawyer Thomas Farrell has made a career of defending mobsters in trials. It's not until he meets showgirl Vicki at a mob party that he realizes that there's more to life than winning trials. Farrell tries to quit the racket, but mob boss Rico Angelo threatens to hurt Vicki if Farrell leaves...
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The Law and Jake Wade (1958)

Former Confederate soldier and highwayman-turned-marshal Jake Wade (Robert Taylor) breaks his former partner, Clint Hollister (Richard Widmark), out of jail in the small western town of Morganville. The men have not seen each other for over a year, since the bank robbery and murder that resulted ...
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Saddle the Wind (1958)

Retired gunslinger and former Confederate soldier Steve Sinclair (Robert Taylor) is living as a rancher in a small western community. He collaborates with the main landowner Dennis Deneen (Donald Crisp), from whom he rents the ranch, to preserve communal stability. His quiet life is disrupted by ...
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D-Day The Sixth of June (1956)

A few hours before D-Day, Special Force Six embarks to destroy an especially well-defended German gun emplacement on the Normandy coast. As the ship steams towards it, the officers and men recall what circumstances brought them there, especially Wynter and Parker. Captain Brad Parker, an America...
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Many Rivers to Cross (1955)

Kentucky, the late 1700s: A traveling preacher's coming to town, but Miles Henderson is upset because Cissie Crawford seems reluctant to marry him. She seems more interested in a handsome trapper who's just arrived in the territory, Bushrod Gentry. Cissie's life is saved by Bushrod after she's at...
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The Adventures of Quentin Durward (1955)

In 1465, honorable but penniless Scottish knight Quentin Durward (Robert Taylor) agrees to go to France to find out if the beautiful young heiress, Isabelle, Countess of Marcroy (Kay Kendall), would be a suitable wife for his aged uncle (that is, if she is as rich as is claimed). The marriage has...
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Rogue Cop (1954)

The film tells of Christopher Kelvaney (Taylor) a crooked police officer who is not timid to take bribes and payoffs from criminals and other nefarious folk. His brother Eddie (Forrest) is a young member of the police force and is honest and uncorrupted. In a penny arcade, a drug dealer is stabbe...
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Valley of the Kings (1954)

Valley of the Kings is a 1954 Eastmancolor adventure film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It was written and directed by Robert Pirosh from a screenplay by Robert Pirosh and Karl Tunberg, "suggested by historical data" in the book Gods, Graves and Scholars by C. W. Ceram. The music was by Miklós Róz...
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Knights of the Round Table (1953)

In 6th century England, the end of the Roman occupation has left the country in turmoil. At the site of recent battle warring overlords, Arthur Pendragon (Mel Ferrer) and his half-sister Morgan LeFay (Anne Crawford) meet as arranged by the sorcerer Merlin (Felix Aylmer) to discuss how to end the ...
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Ride, Vaquero! (1953)

Mexican bandit Jose Esqueda resents settlers in the Brownsville, Texas region and conducts raids against them. He threatens to burn down homes, including the ranch King Cameron has just built for wife Cordelia. Rio, raised like a brother to Esqueda, joins forces with him at first. But in time he ...
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All the Brothers Were Valiant (1953)

Seafaring saga of two brothers and the woman they both love. Set against South Pacific islands, this love triangle pits the good brother against the bad as they squabble over a woman and a bag of pearls on the floor of a lagoon; the bad boy redeems himself, however, by helping fend off a mutiny.
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Above and Beyond (1953)

Col. Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. (Robert Taylor) in 1945, is assigned to a dangerous mission in testing a new bomber, the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. The perilous assignment has caused his wife Lucy (Eleanor Parker) to worry for his life and whether their marriage can survive the constant separations. Af...
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Ivanhoe (1952)

Richard the Lionheart (Norman Wooland), King of England, vanishes while returning from the Crusades. One of his knights, the Saxon Wilfred of Ivanhoe (Robert Taylor), searches tirelessly for him, finally finding him being held for ransom by Leopold of Austria for the enormous sum of 150,000 marks...
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Westward the Women (1951)

In 1851, Roy Whitman (John McIntire) decides to transport marriageable women west to join his lonely men, hoping the couples will put down roots and settle his California valley. Roy hires a skeptical, hardened trail boss, Buck Wyatt (Robert Taylor), to lead the wagon train along the California T...