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Robert Shaw

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Also Known As: Died: August 28, 1978
Born: August 9, 1927 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Lancashire, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Avalanche Express (1979) as General Marenkov
When a senior Russian official, Gen. Malenkov (Robert Shaw), decides to defect to the west, CIA agent Harry Wargrave (Lee Marvin) is sent to lead the team to get him out. Malenkov reveals that the Russians are trying to develop biological weapons. Wargrave decides that Malenkov should travel across europe by train, on the "Atlantic Express", in an attempt to try and lure the Russians into attacking the train so that they can discover who the Russian secret agents in Europe are. During the journey they must survive terrorist attack and an avalanche, all planned by Russian spy-catcher Nikolai Bunin (Maximilian Schell).
2.
Force Ten From Navarone (1978) as Major Mallory
The survivors of Navarone have been given a new, and even more difficult assignment - they must destroy a huge bridge located deep in the Balkans. However, there is a traitor in their midst.
3.
Black Sunday (1977) as Major Kabakov
Terrorists threaten to unleash a deadly plague at the Superbowl.
4.
The Deep (1977) as Romer Treece
A vacationing couple runs afoul of modern pirates.
5.
Swashbuckler (1976) as Ned Lynch
A pirate comes to the aid of a noblewoman in distress.
6.
Robin And Marian (1976) as Sheriff Of Nottingham
An aging Robin Hood comes home to resume his relationship with Maid Marian and his battles against the Sheriff of Nottingham.
7.
Jaws (1975) as Quint
The sheriff of an island town takes to the seas when a bloodthirsty shark invades the local waters.
8.
Murder on the Bridge (1975) as Richard Gastmann
Swiss police inspector Hans Barlach lost the woman he loved to a murderer 30 years ago and has spent all that time trying to pin the crime on an industrialist named Richard Gastmann. When Barlach's assistant is killed while working on the case, Barlach replaces him with idealistic detective, Walter
9.
Diamonds (1975) as Charles Hodgson/Earl Hodgson
Charles Hodgson is a British aristocrat who becomes a thief, partly to get back at this twin brother Earl. Earl is a security expert who has built a vault in Tel Aviv that holds some invaluable diamonds and is supposed to be impregnable. Along with a small group he has assembled to help him, Charle
10.
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) as Blue
Gunmen hold a New York subway train and its passengers for ransom.
11.
Reflection of Fear, A (1973) as Michael
Robert Shaw, Sally Kellerman, Mary Ure, Sondra Locke, Signe Hasso, Mitchell Ryan. Sondra Locke lives in a fantasy world in which she believes her doll, Aaron, is responsible for a series of brutal murders. This gender bender thriller, based on the novel GO TO THY DEATHBED, is imaginatively photographed by Laslo Kovacs.
12.
The Sting (1973) as Doyle Lonnegan
Two con men hit the big time to take on a gangster in '30s Chicago.
13.
Town Called Hell, A (1971) as Town Priest
14.
Carol for Another Christmas, A (1964)
Three ghosts teach an industrialist the importance of international peacekeeping.
15.
Sea Fury (1958) as Gorman
The captain and first mate of a salvage ship battle for love of a South American beauty.
16.
Hell in Korea (1956) as Lance-Corporal Hodge
A small platoon fights to keep control of a small hill during the Korean war.

Writer (feature film)

17.
Man in the Glass Booth, The (1974) as Play As Source Material ("The Man In The Glass Booth")
Arthur Goldman is a rich Jewish industrialist, living in luxury in a Manhattan high-rise. He banters with his assistant Charlie, often shocking Charlie with his outrageousness and irreverence about aspects of Jewish life. Nonetheless, Charlie is astonished when, one day, Israeli secret agents burst in and arrest Goldman for being not a Jewish businessman but a Nazi war criminal. Whisked to Israel for trial, Goldman forces his accusers to face not only his presumed guilt--but their own.

Music (feature film)

18.
Custer of the West (1968) as Composer
The flamboyant Cavalry officer courts disaster when he fights the Sioux and Cheyenne tribes.

Cast (special)

19.
Rudolf Hess: The Man Who Died Twice (2001) as Interviewee
In 1941, Rudolf Hess flew to Britain with proposals for ending World War II. He was arrested and sent to jail. Or was he? The true nature of his mission and the peace plan he carried out have never fully been revealed until now. Was the real Hess actually sent to England or was the man captured an i
20.
48th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1976) as Master Of Ceremonies
Live coverage of the forty-eighth annual Academy Awards presentation.

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