Roland Kibbee


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Midnight Man (1974)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Angel on My Shoulder (1980)
From Screenplay ("Angel On My Shoulder")
The Return of the World's Greatest Detective (1976)
Screenplay
The Big Ripoff (1975)
Screenplay
The Midnight Man (1974)
Screenplay
Valdez Is Coming (1971)
Screenwriter
The Appaloosa (1966)
Screenwriter
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965)
Screenwriter
The Devil's Disciple (1959)
Screenwriter
Top Secret Affair (1957)
Writer
Vera Cruz (1954)
Screenwriter
Three Sailors and a Girl (1953)
Screenwriter
The Desert Song (1953)
Screenwriter
The Crimson Pirate (1952)
Writer
Pardon My French (1951)
Original Screenplay
Ten Tall Men (1951)
Screenwriter
Painting the Clouds with Sunshine (1951)
Screenwriter
Tell It to the Judge (1949)
Additional Dialogue
Angel on My Shoulder (1946)
Screenwriter
A Night in Casablanca (1946)
Original Screenplay

Producer (Feature Film)

The Return of the World's Greatest Detective (1976)
Producer
The Big Ripoff (1975)
Producer
The Midnight Man (1974)
Producer
Brock's Last Case (1973)
Producer
Valdez Is Coming (1971)
Executive Producer
The Scalphunters (1968)
Presented By

Writer (Special)

Snavely (1978)
Writer
Guilty Or Not Guilty (1966)
Writer
Diagnosis: Danger (1963)
Writer
Tennessee Ernie Ford Meets King Arthur (1960)
Writer

Producer (Special)

Diagnosis: Danger (1963)
Producer
Tennessee Ernie Ford Meets King Arthur (1960)
Producer

Special Thanks (Special)

Snavely (1978)
Writer
Guilty Or Not Guilty (1966)
Writer
Diagnosis: Danger (1963)
Writer
Tennessee Ernie Ford Meets King Arthur (1960)
Writer

Life Events

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Devil's Disciple, The (1959) - Men Of The Same British Stock As Ourselves Redcoat General Burgoyne (Laurence Olivier) warns aide Swindon (Harry Andrews) then doesn't quite meet preacher Anderson (Burt Lancaster), arrived too late to stop a hanging, in The Devil's Disciple, 1959, from the George Bernard Shaw play.
Devil's Disciple, The (1959) - The Child Isn't Past Saving At the wake for his father, hanged by the British, New Hampshire outlaw Richard Dudgeon (Kirk Douglas) tangles with his mother (Eva LaGalliene), preacher Anderson (Burt Lancaster) and wife Judith (Janette Scott) in the George Bernard Shaw Revolutionary War tale The Devil's Disciple, 1959.
Devil's Disciple, The (1959) - Fame Without Ability Narration from George Bernard Shaw's play, and Revolutionary War stop-motion animation, leading to the first scene between General Burgoyne (Laurence Olivier), a historical figure and himself a playwright, and Swindon (Harry Andrews), in The Devil's Disciple, 1959, produced by and starring Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster.
Devil's Disciple, The (1959) - To Annoy The English From the Bernard Shaw play, worried Revolutionary War New Hampshire minister Anderson (Burt Lancaster) meets outlaw Dick Dudgeon (Kirk Douglas, Burt’s co-star and producing partner, his first scene), delivering the body of his hanged father, in The Devil’s Disciple, 1959.
Crimson Pirate, The (1952) - You May Be Overconfident Having pretended everyone on their own ship was dead, clever Burt Lancaster (title character) and his ex-circus partner Nick Cravat grapple aboard a Spanish ship of the line, surprising a baron and his consort (Leslie Bradley, Dagmar a.k.a. "Dana" Wynter) early in The Crimson Pirate, 1952.
Crimson Pirate, The (1952) - Long Live El Libre Shooting on location around the Isle of Capri in cut-rate post-war Italy, the title character (Burt Lancaster) and his mute sidekick (Nick Cravat) decide to taunt the implacable Spanish imperial soldiers, hailing a Caribbean rebel leader they haven't yet met, in The Crimson Pirate, 1952.
Crimson Pirate, The (1952) - What A Pretty Knife With sidekick Nick Cravat tending to the ship, and rescued Carribean rebel beauty Eva Bartok harassed by his crew (Ewan Roberts, Derek Tansley), Burt Lancaster (title character) plots his next move, aboard a Spanish naval ship he's taken, in The Crimson Pirate, 1952.
Vera Cruz - You An American? Ben Trane (Gary Cooper) riding into Mexico, meets Joe Erin (Burt Lancaster) in a testy first encounter foreshadowing troubles to come, in Robert Aldrich's Western Vera Cruz, 1954.
Angel On My Shoulder (1946) - She's All Yours Barbara (Anne Baxter) meets her fiance', the virtuous Judge Parker (Paul Muni), knowing that he's been behaving strangely, but not knowing his body has been taken over gangster Nick, and shadowed by invisible "Nick" the Devil (Claude Rains), in Angel In My Shoulder, 1946.
Angel On My Shoulder (1946) - Shortage Of Condemned Souls Conducting business in hell, Nick "The Devil" (Claude Rains) with his warden (Kurt Katch), and meeting new inmate, gangster Nick (Paul Muni), who proves an inspiration, in Angel On My Shoulder, 1946.
Angel On My Shoulder (1946) - Next To My Heart Gangster Nick (Paul Muni) released after four years in the slammer, picked up by pal Smiley (Hardie Albright), who's been minding his affairs, opening director Archie Mayo's Angel On My Shoulder, 1946.

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