Tag Archives: Robert Mitchum
Till the End of Time (1946) Edward Dmytryk, Dorothy McGuire, Robert Mitchum, Guy Madison, Drama, Romance, War
Foreign Intrigue (1956) Sheldon Reynolds, Robert Mitchum, Geneviève Page, Ingrid Thulin, Drama, Mystery, Romance
Not As a Stranger (1955) Stanley Kramer, Olivia de Havilland, Frank Sinatra, Robert Mitchum, Drama, Film-Noir, Romance
The Red Pony (1949) Lewis Milestone, Myrna Loy, Robert Mitchum, Louis Calhern, Drama, Family, Western
What a Way to Go! (1964) J. Lee Thompson, Shirley MacLaine, Paul Newman, Robert Mitchum, Comedy, Romance
Out of the Past (1947) Jacques Tourneur, Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, Kirk Douglas, Crime, Film-Noir, Thriller, Drama
Jeff Bailey, small-town gas pumper, has his mysterious past catch up with him one day when he’s ordered to meet with gambler Whit Sterling. En route to the meeting, he tells girlfriend Ann his story. Flashback: Once, Jeff was a private eye hired by Sterling to find his mistress Kathie who shot Whit and absconded with $40,000. He traces her to Acapulco…where the delectable Kathie makes Jeff forget all about Sterling… Back in the present, Whit’s new job for Jeff is clearly a trap, but Jeff’s precautions only leave him more tightly enmeshed…
The Ambassador (1984) J. Lee Thompson, Robert Mitchum, Ellen Burstyn, Rock Hudson, Action, Drama, Thriller
Robert Mitchum plays a controversial U.S. ambassador to Israel who tries to solve the Palestinian question while being criticized by all factions, which takes a turn when his wife begins having an affair with a PLO chief. Rock Hudson (in his last theatrical movie role) plays Mitchum’s chief security officer who saves his life in an assassination attempt and tries to help him resolve the conflicts around them.
The Night of the Hunter (1955) Charles Laughton, Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Lillian Gish, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
It’s the Great Depression. In the process of robbing a bank of $10,000, Ben Harper kills two people. Before he is captured, he is able to convince his adolescent son John and his daughter Pearl not to tell anyone, including their mother Willa, where he hid the money, namely in Pearl’s favorite toy, a doll that she carries everywhere with her. Ben, who is captured, tried and convicted, is sentenced to death.