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Also Known As: Died: September 27, 1981
Born: May 21, 1904 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Fishkill Landing, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1929:
Film debut, "So This Is College"
1929:
Made first of five films opposite Norma Shearer, "Their Own Desire" and the first of six opposite Joan Crawford, "Untamed"
1937:
Worked to escape from his playboy star persona by lobbying to be cast as the murderer protagonist of "Night Must Fall"
1941:
Last film for four years, "Unfinished Business"
1945:
Directed some scenes of "They Were Expendable" when John Ford fell ill; uncredited
1946:
Directed first film, "The Lady in the Lake", in which he also starred
1950:
Last film (as actor), "Your Witness"
1950:
Hosted, produced, and occasionally acted in the TV anthology series, "Robert Montgomery Presents Your Lucky Strike Theater"
1960:
One-shot return to feature film directing (after 11 years), "The Gallant Hours"

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