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The Film Noir... "5 fascinating dives into theidark, compelling, seductive andisinister world of... more info $49.98was $49.98 Buy Now

Ryan's... Winner of 2 Academy Awards® 1970! Lovely, headstrong Rosy (Sarah Miles) cannot... more info $26.98was $26.98 Buy Now

The Enemy... "An engrossing duel of wits!" -VarietyRobert Mitchum and Curt Jurgens star in... more info $14.98was $14.98 Buy Now

Nevada DVD ... Robert Mitchum landed one of his first starring roles is this action-packed... more info $9.98was $9.98 Buy Now

West Of The... When Col. Lamberth and his daughter Rill reluctantly head to Texas from Chicago,... more info $9.98was $9.98 Buy Now

Man In The... In this 1964 edge-of-your-seat thriller, a military lawyer must determine if an... more info $14.98was $14.98 Buy Now

Also Known As: Robert Charles Durman Mitchum,Bob Mitchum Died: July 1, 1997
Born: August 6, 1917 Cause of Death: emphysema and lung cancer
Birth Place: Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA Profession: Cast ... actor promoter prizefighter drop hammer operator shoe store clerk coal miner bouncer
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An iconic figure of post-war Hollywood, actor Robert Mitchum embodied the rugged and solitary anti-her s of American film noir in a string of classic dramas and mysteries, including "Out of the Past" (1947), "His Kind of Woman" (1952), and "Angel Face." However, he proved versatile in almost every genre, from Westerns and thrillers - he played two of the scariest villains in screen history: Max Cady in the original "Cape Fear" (1962) and the homicidal false preacher in "Night of the Hunter" (1955 - to comedies and gentle romances like "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison" (1957), the first of two films he made with Deborah Kerr. He was so beloved as a man's man by both genders, that Mitchum was one of the few actors from the Hollywood of the '40s and '50s to play leads in the '70s, finding an even bigger audience on television in the '80s with the miniseries "The Winds of War" (1983) and "War and Remembrance" (1988).

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