Robert L. Lippert


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Last of the Wild Horses (1948)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Grand Canyon (1949)
Himself

Producer (Feature Film)

The Last Shot You Hear (1969)
Executive Producer
That Tennessee Beat (1966)
Presented By
The Murder Game (1966)
Producer
Spaceflight IC-1 (1965)
Producer
Curse of the Fly (1965)
Producer
The Return of Mr. Moto (1965)
Producer
The Earth Dies Screaming (1964)
Producer
The Horror of It All (1964)
Executive Producer
Witchcraft (1964)
Producer
The Last Man on Earth (1964)
Producer
Night Train to Paris (1964)
Producer
The Yellow Canary (1963)
Executive Producer
Young Guns of Texas (1963)
Executive Producer
The Big Show (1961)
Executive Producer
The Two Little Bears (1961)
Executive Producer
Desire in the Dust (1960)
Executive Producer
The Creeping Unknown (1956)
Executive Producer
The Glass Tomb (1955)
Presented By
They Were So Young (1955)
Producer
Heat Wave (1954)
Presented By
Race for Life (1954)
Presented By
The Deadly Game (1954)
Presented By
Paid to Kill (1954)
Presented By
The Unholy Four (1954)
Presented By
Terror Street (1953)
Presented By
Bad Blonde (1953)
Presented By
Spaceways (1953)
Presented By
Stolen Face (1952)
Executive Producer
For Men Only (1952)
Presented By
Scotland Yard Inspector (1952)
Presented By
Little Big Horn (1951)
Presented By
The Steel Helmet (1951)
Presented By
Savage Drums (1951)
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F.B.I. Girl (1951)
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Kentucky Jubilee (1951)
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Three Desperate Men (1951)
Presented By
Lost Continent (1951)
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I Shot Billy the Kid (1950)
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The Baron of Arizona (1950)
Presented By
Operation Haylift (1950)
Presented By
Rocketship X-M (1950)
Presented By
The Return of Jesse James (1950)
Presented By
Hollywood Varieties (1950)
Executive Producer
Train to Tombstone (1950)
Presented By
Motor Patrol (1950)
Presented By
Gunfire (1950)
Presented By
Hi-Jacked (1950)
Presented By
Radar Secret Service (1950)
Executive Producer
Bandit Queen (1950)
Presented By
Border Rangers (1950)
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Western Pacific Agent (1950)
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Ringside (1949)
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Apache Chief (1949)
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Grand Canyon (1949)
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Treasure of Monte Cristo (1949)
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The Dalton Gang (1949)
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I Shot Jesse James (1949)
Presented By
Square Dance Jubilee (1949)
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Arson--Inc. (1949)
Presented By
Tough Assignment (1949)
Presented By
Square Dance Jubilee (1949)
Executive Producer
Deputy Marshal (1949)
Executive Producer
Highway 13 (1949)
Presented By
Red Desert (1949)
Presented By
Rimfire (1949)
Presented By
Sky Liner (1949)
Presented By
Rimfire (1949)
Executive Producer
Ringside (1949)
Executive Producer
I Shot Jesse James (1949)
Executive Producer
The Return of Wildfire (1948)
Presented By
Jungle Goddess (1948)
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Thunder in the Pines (1948)
Presented By
Last of the Wild Horses (1948)
Presented By
The Return of Wildfire (1948)
Executive Producer
Last of the Wild Horses (1948)
Executive Producer
Shoot to Kill (1947)
Presented By
Queen of the Amazons (1947)
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Where the North Begins (1947)
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The Case of the Baby Sitter (1947)
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The Hat-box Mystery (1947)
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Rolling Home (1946)
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Renegade Girl (1946)
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Death Valley (1946)
Executive Producer
Northwest Trail (1945)
Presented By

Production Companies (Feature Film)

The Cabinet of Caligari (1962)
Company
Battle at Bloody Beach (1961)
Company
The Jungle (1952)
Company
Lost Continent (1951)
Company
Red Desert (1949)
Company
Last of the Wild Horses (1948)
Company
Shep Comes Home (1948)
Company

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

I Shot Jesse James (1949) - Bob Ford A Free Man Following a display of kindness from Jesse (Reed Hadley) and Zee (Barbara Woodell), Bob Ford (John Ireland) finally pulls the trigger and ex-newsman writer-director Sam Fuller turns to headlines, in I Shot Jesse James, 1949.
I Shot Jesse James (1949) - The Tragic Corner First-time writer-director Sam Fuller is efficient introducing actress Cynthy (Barbara Britton), manager Harry (J. Edward Bromberg), prospector Kelley (Preston Foster) and their relations with Ford (John Ireland) in I Shot Jesse James, 1949.
I Shot Jesse James (1949) - Open, James Gang Foiled Newsy credits and the first-ever bank alarm-bell as Jesse (Reed Hadley) and Bob Ford (John Ireland) do their business in the opening scene from writer-director and former journalist Samuel Fuller's first film, I Shot Jesee James, 1949.
I Shot Jesse James (1949) - ...But Them Fords! Saintly, Lincolnesque Jesse (Reed Hadley) tolerates wife Zee (Barbara Woodell) and her distrust of the Fords, in writer-director Samuel Fuller's first film, I Shot Jesse James, 1949.
I Shot Jesse James (1949) - There's My Back Terrific tension in an improbably intimate scene as the bathing Jesse (Reed Hadley) gives a gift to Bob Ford (John Ireland), who considers murder for bounty, twice, in writer-director Sam Fuller's I Shot Jesse James, 1949.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) - Opening, Zack It gradually becomes clear that there's both a bullet hole in and soldier (Gene Evans) underneath the helmet seen in the opening to writer-producer-director Samuel Fuller's third film, The Steel Helmet, 1951.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) - They Pray For Korean Heroes American sergeant Zack (Gene Evans) and Korean local sidekick "Short Round" (William Chun) come upon some praying women, maybe, in a scene that may contain some commentary from writer, producer, director and Marine Corps veteran Sam Fuller', in The Steel Helmet, 1951.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) - The Korean National Anthem Awaiting relief in a Buddhist temple in Korea, grizzled sergeant Zack (Gene Evans) saves nervous Driscoll (Steve Brodie) with help from Tankaka (Richard Loo) then reveals a musical trick he's played on his war-orphan sidekick "Short Round" (William Chun), in Samuel Fuller's The Steel Helmet, 1951.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) - Bullet In Head, No! American sergeant Zack (Gene Evans), lone survivor of a Communist attack, is impressed with the language skills of the young South Korean he names "Short Round" (William Chun), but reluctant to take him along, in Sam Fuller's Steel Helmet, 1951.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) - Okay You Ballerinas! With Thompson (James Edwards) guarding "Short Round" (William Chun), sergeant Zack (Gene Evans), having rescued the platoon (Steve Brodie, Robert Hutton, Richard Loo, Richard Monahan et al) he just met from snipers in Korea, agrees to escort them to a jungle temple, in Samuel Fuller's The Steel Helmet, 1951.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) - You Another Re-Tread? Wounded Zack (Gene Evans) and sidekick "Short Round" (William Chun) encounter medic Thompson (James Edwards) after a lost battle in Korea in Samuel Fuller's Steel Helmet, 1951.
Baron of Arizona, The (1950) - Royal Decrees Returned from gathering credentials in Europe, Reavis (Vincent Price) and Sofia (Ellen Drew) make their outlandish claim to Miller (Edward Keane) in Samuel Fuller's The Baron of Arizona, 1950.

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