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His grandchildren, Bentley Mitchum and Carrie Mitchum, are actors, as was his younger brother, John , who died in Another grandson, Kian, is a successful model.
Mitchum is regarded by some critics as one of the finest actors of the Golden Age of Hollywood. Roger Ebert called him "the soul of film noir.
One on a horse and one off a horse. That's it. He is quoted as having said in the Barry Norman interview that acting was actually very simple and that his job was to "show up on time, know his lines, hit his marks, and go home".
AFI's Years He provided the voice of the famous American Beef Council commercials that touted "Beef A "Mitchum's Steakhouse" is in Trappe, Maryland ,  where Mitchum and his family lived from to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
American film actor, author, composer and singer. Robert Charles Durman Mitchum. Bridgeport, Connecticut , U. Santa Barbara, California , U.
Actor director author poet composer singer. Dorothy Spence. Main article: Robert Mitchum filmography. Retrieved: March 20, The New York Times.
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In my pocket I had thirty-eight dollars — all I had in the world. When we reached Savannah, I was cold and hungry. So I dropped off to get something to eat.
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Do you have a demo reel? Ann, St. Brendan, St. Kevin, and St. From until his death in Mitchell regularly accompanied silent films in revival houses, particularly in California.
He performed at The Orpheum and played a weekly stint at The Silent Movie Theatre, playing some of the original scores he had in the s.
Mitchell performed until May After a bout with pneumonia his health began to decline. Mitchell hated missing a performance and according to a friend he tried to check himself out of the hospital weeks before his death so he could perform.
He is buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Mitchell received many awards during his lifetime. He also received a Silver Beaver Award , the highest honor awarded volunteers by local councils of the Boy Scouts of America.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert Mitchell. August 11, ABC News.Sehen Sie sich das Profil von Robert Mitchell auf LinkedIn an, dem weltweit größten beruflichen Netzwerk. 1 Job ist im Profil von Robert Mitchell aufgelistet. Robert Mitchell is the Marcello Lotti Professor of English and director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural Theory at Duke University. Serien und Filme mit Robert Mitchell: The Fosters · Grey's Anatomy · Scorpion · The Middle · Revenge · Perry Mason · Gefährliche Reise. Alles zu David Robert Mitchell bei hondenuitlaatservice-zoeff.nl · Hier findest du alle Filme von David Robert Mitchell, Biografie, Bilder und News · hondenuitlaatservice-zoeff.nl During this time, Mitchum worked as Euro Grand Casino ghostwriter for astrologer Carroll Righter. Writer Director Producer. Tomkies, Mike. Share this page:. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. Vocals Piano Organ. In my pocket I had thirty-eight dollars — all I had in the world.
When all of the children were old enough to attend school, Ann found employment as a linotype operator for the Bridgeport Post.
As a child, Mitchum was known as a prankster, often involved in fistfights and mischief. When he was 12, his mother sent him to live with her parents in Felton, Delaware ; the boy was promptly expelled from middle school for scuffling with the principal.
After being expelled from Haaren High School , he left his sister and traveled throughout the country, hopping on railroad cars,  taking a number of jobs, including ditch-digging for the Civilian Conservation Corps and professional boxing.
At age 14 in Savannah, Georgia , he said he was arrested for vagrancy and put on a local chain gang. During this time, while recovering from injuries that nearly cost him a leg, he met Dorothy Spence, whom he would later marry.
He soon went back on the road, eventually "riding the rails" to California. Mitchum arrived in Long Beach, California in , staying again with his sister, now going by the name of Julie.
She had moved to the West Coast in the hope of acting in movies, and the rest of the Mitchum family soon joined them. During this time, Mitchum worked as a ghostwriter for astrologer Carroll Righter.
Julie convinced him to join the local theater guild with her. He also wrote several short pieces which were performed by the guild.
According to Lee Server 's biography Robert Mitchum: Baby, I Don't Care , Mitchum put his talent for poetry to work writing song lyrics and monologues for Julie's nightclub performances.
In , he returned to Delaware to marry Dorothy Spence, and they moved back to California. He gave up his artistic pursuits at the birth of their first child James , nicknamed Josh, and two more children, Chris and Petrine, followed.
Mitchum found steady employment as a machine operator during wartime era WWII, with the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation , but the noise of the machinery damaged his hearing.
His agent got him an interview with Harry Sherman, the producer of Paramount's Hopalong Cassidy western film series, which starred William Boyd ; Mitchum was hired to play minor villainous roles in several films in the series during and Mitchum continued to find work as an extra and supporting actor in numerous productions for various studios.
He was groomed for B-Western stardom in a series of Zane Grey adaptations. Waskow , who remains resolute despite the troubles he faces.
The film, which followed the life of an ordinary soldier through the eyes of journalist Ernie Pyle played by Burgess Meredith , became an instant critical and commercial success.
He finished the year with a Western West of the Pecos and a story of returning Marine veterans Till the End of Time , before filming in a genre that came to define Mitchum's career and screen persona: film noir.
Mitchum was initially known for his work in film noir. His first foray into the genre was a supporting role in the B-movie When Strangers Marry , about newlyweds and a New York City serial killer.
Undercurrent , another of Mitchum's early noir films, featured him as a troubled, sensitive man entangled in the affairs of his brother Robert Taylor and his brother's suspicious wife Katharine Hepburn.
Raoul Walsh 's Pursued combined Western and noir styles, with Mitchum's character attempting to recall his past and find those responsible for killing his family.
It featured themes of anti-Semitism and the failings of military training. The film, directed by Edward Dmytryk , earned five Academy Award nominations.
Mitchum played Jeff Markham, a small-town gas-station owner and former investigator, whose unfinished business with gambler Whit Sterling Kirk Douglas and femme fatale Kathie Moffett Jane Greer comes back to haunt him.
On September 1, , after a string of successful films for RKO, Mitchum and actress Lila Leeds were arrested for possession of marijuana.
After serving a week at the county jail he described the experience to a reporter as being "like Palm Springs, but without the riff-raff" , Mitchum spent 43 days February 16 to March 30 at a Castaic, California , prison farm.
Life photographers were permitted to take photos of him mopping up in his prison uniform. Whether despite, or because of, Mitchum's troubles with the law and his studio, his films released immediately after his arrest were box-office hits.
Rachel and the Stranger featured Mitchum in a supporting role as a mountain man competing for the hand of Loretta Young , the indentured servant and wife of William Holden.
In the film adaptation of John Steinbeck 's novella The Red Pony , he appeared as a trusted cowhand to a ranching family. The Racket was a noir remake of the early crime drama of the same name and featured Mitchum as a police captain fighting corruption in his precinct.
The Josef von Sternberg film, Macao , had Mitchum as a victim of mistaken identity at an exotic resort casino, playing opposite Jane Russell.
In this film, she played an insane heiress who plans to use young ambulance driver Mitchum to kill for her.
Mitchum was fired from Blood Alley , due to his conduct, reportedly having thrown the film's transportation manager into San Francisco Bay.
According to Sam O'Steen 's memoir Cut to the Chase , Mitchum showed up on-set after a night of drinking and tore apart a studio office when they did not have a car ready for him.
Mitchum walked off the set of the third day of filming Blood Alley , claiming he could not work with the director. Because Mitchum was showing up late and behaving erratically, producer John Wayne , after failing to obtain Humphrey Bogart as a replacement, took over the role himself.
Following a series of conventional Westerns and films noirs , as well as the Marilyn Monroe vehicle River of No Return , Mitchum appeared in Charles Laughton 's only film as director: The Night of the Hunter Based on a novel by Davis Grubb , the thriller starred Mitchum as a monstrous criminal posing as a preacher to find money hidden by his cellmate in the cellmate's home.
His performance as Reverend Harry Powell is considered by many to be one of the best of his career. The film starred Mitchum against type, as an idealistic young doctor, who marries an older nurse Olivia de Havilland , only to question his morality many years later.
However, the film was not well received, with most critics pointing out that Mitchum, Frank Sinatra , and Lee Marvin were all too old for their characters.
Olivia de Havilland received top billing over Mitchum and Sinatra. Following a succession of average Westerns and the poorly received Foreign Intrigue , Mitchum starred in the first of three films with Deborah Kerr.
In this character study, they struggle to resist the elements and the invading Japanese army. Naval Lieutenant Commander Murrell, the captain of a U.
Navy destroyer who matches wits with a German U-boat captain Curt Jurgens , who starred with Mitchum again in the legendary movie The Longest Day.
The film won an Oscar for Special Effects. Thunder Road , the second DRM Production, was loosely based on an incident in which a driver transporting moonshine was said to have fatally crashed on Kingston Pike in Knoxville, Tennessee , somewhere between Bearden Hill and Morrell Road.
According to Metro Pulse writer Jack Renfro, the incident occurred in and may have been witnessed by James Agee , who passed the story on to Mitchum.
He starred in the movie, produced, co-wrote the screenplay, and is rumored to have directed much of the film.
It costars his son James, as his on screen brother, in a role originally intended for Elvis Presley. Mitchum and Kerr reunited for the Fred Zinnemann film, The Sundowners , where they played husband and wife struggling in Depression -era Australia.
Opposite Mitchum, Kerr was nominated for yet another Academy Award for Best Actress, while the film was nominated for a total of five Oscars.
The award also recognized his superior performance in the Vincente Minnelli Western drama Home from the Hill also Mitchum's performance as the menacing rapist Max Cady in Cape Fear brought him further renown for playing cool, predatory characters.
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