Robert Moore


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Chapter Two (1979)
Director
The Cheap Detective (1978)
Director
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1976)
Director
Murder By Death (1976)
Director
Thursday's Game (1974)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Delusion (1991)
Endless Love (1981)
Dr Miller
Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon (1970)
Warren
What's So Bad About Feeling Good? (1968)
Board member
Jig Saw (1965)
Dr. MacFarlene
Hide and Seek (1964)
Father at wedding
Cross-Up (1958)
Clarke
The Shadow (1940)
Sanders of the River (1935)
Akasavas chief

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Kid (1990)
Director Of Photography
Swimsuit (1989)
Camera Operator
Up the Sandbox (1972)
Dolly grip
Deliverance (1972)
Grip
Willard (1971)
Head grip

Editing (Feature Film)

Ramona (1990)
Dialogue Editor
Call Her Mom (1972)
Editor
Riverrun (1970)
Assistant film Editor
Blood of Dracula (1957)
Editing Supervisor

Music (Feature Film)

Horse Soldiers (2018)
Song
Android (1982)
Song ("Searchin' For My Love")

Costume-Wardrobe (Feature Film)

Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Key Costume

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

Romancing the Stone (1984)
Special Effects

Sound (Feature Film)

False Identity (1990)
Sound Effects Editor
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
Sound Effects Editor

Animation (Feature Film)

The Story of Life (1948)
Animation

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

A Time of Destiny (1988)
Driver
Night Of The Creeps (1986)
Driver

Special Thanks (Feature Film)

Dill Scallion (1999)
Special Thanks To

Director (Special)

Fit for a King (1982)
Director
Annie Flynn (1978)
Director
Wild About Harry (1978)
Director
There's Always Room (1977)
Director
The Natural Look (1977)
Director
The Sunshine Boys (1977)
Director
Don't Call Us (1976)
Director
Happy Endings (1975)
Director

Cast (Special)

Diana (1973)
Marshall Tyler; Window Dresser

Producer (Special)

Song of Survival (1986)
Producer

Sound (Special)

Six Months to Live: Richardson vs. Missouri (2002)
Audio

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Murder By Death (1976) - Good God, What An Entrance! A new phase in the ensemble dinner scene, Truman Capote as host Lionel Twain is a special effect unto himself, tangling with faux-famous detectives Elsa Lanchester, Peter Falk, David Niven, Maggie Smith, James Coco, Eileen Brennan, James Cromwell, Peter Sellers et al, in Murder By Death, 1976.
Murder By Death - Not Finish Mushroom Story! Scenes introducing Dick Charleson (David Niven) and wife Nora (Maggie Smith,) then Sidney Wang (Peter Sellers) and son (Richard Narita), summoned to a mysterious gathering, in Neil Simon's Murder By Death, 1976.
Murder By Death - Sniff Out The Chinaman David Niven as "Dick Charleson," Maggie Smith his wife "Nora," with Peter Falk, Elsa Lanchester, James Coco, and Peter Sellers as various sleuths, and butler Bensonmum (Alec Guinness) in Neil Simon's detective spoof Murder By Death, 1976.
Cheap Detective, The (1978) - Carmen Montenegro Still in the Maltese Falcon segment of Neil Simon's loving Bogart send-up, Peter Falk as San Francisco gumshoe Lou Peckinpaugh, following the murder of his partner, meets Madeline Kahn as multi-phasic Carmen, Mary Astor and many others, in The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Cheap Detective, The (1978) - Accent On The Desire Peter Falk as writer Neil Simon’s parody private-eye Lou Peckinpaugh meets second-billed Ann-Margret, as Jezebel Dezire, and Sid Caesar as her less-functional husband Ezra, much talked-about but introduced a full hour into the film, in the Bogart-based The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Cheap Detective, The (1978) - We Couldn't Bend Her Writer Neil Simon opens the follow-up to the parody Murder By Death, with schtick for San Francisco cops Vic Tayback and Abe Vigoda, with loose Maltese Falcon elements, setting the stage for Peter Falk, leading man in the Bogart tribute mash-up The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Cheap Detective, The (1978) - Nix Place Writer Neil Simon takes his Bogart tribute character Lou Peckinpaugh (Peter Falk) into the Casablanca mode, introducing Scatman Crothers, James Coco, David Ogden Stiers, Nicol Williamson the Nazi, but mostly Eileen Brennan as chanteuse Betty DeBoop, in The Cheap Detective, 1978.
Chapter Two (1980) - She's A Librarian Writer George (James Caan) means to phone a librarian but accidentally reaches Jennie (Marsha Mason), whom he's supposed to call for a date, in Neil Simon's Chapter Two, 1980.
Chapter Two (1980) - Outside Help Tormented scene from screenwriter Neil Simon's autobiographical Chapter Two, 1980, as Jennie (Marsha Mason, the author's wife) insists that her new husband George (James Caan) talk about his late wife.

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