William Roberts


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Warlock (1959)
Dialogue Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Beginning or the End (1947)
P.F.C.-radio operator
Song of the Thin Man (1947)
Pete
Lady in the Lake (1947)
Artist
The Romance of Rosy Ridge (1947)
Bill
Gallant Bess (1947)
Master of arms
The Show-Off (1946)
Radio technician
Stand by for Action (1943)
Marine messenger
The Human Comedy (1943)
Soldier
Maisie Gets Her Man (1942)
Soldier
Seven Sweethearts (1942)
Anthony Vreeland
Tennessee Johnson (1942)
Reporter
The Yanks Are Coming (1942)
Bob Reynolds
Pacific Rendezvous (1942)
Operator
The War Against Mrs. Hadley (1942)
Soldier
International Squadron (1941)
Aviator
Highway West (1941)
Bellboy
Bullets for O'Hara (1941)
Bellboy
My Love Came Back (1940)
Office boy
Strange Wives (1934)
Singer

Writer (Feature Film)

Major Payne (1995)
From Story
10 To Midnight (1983)
Screenplay
The Legend Of The Lone Ranger (1981)
Screenplay
SST -- Death Flight (1977)
Screenplay
Posse (1975)
Screenplay
The Last American Hero (1973)
Screenplay
One More Train to Rob (1971)
Story
The Bridge at Remagen (1969)
Screenwriter
The Devil's Brigade (1968)
Screenwriter
Come Fly with Me (1963)
Story-Screenplay
The Great Escape (1963)
Trmt
The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962)
Screenwriter
By Love Possessed (1961)
Adaptation
The Magnificent Seven (1960)
Screenwriter
The Mating Game (1959)
Screenwriter
The Sheepman (1958)
Adaptation
The Private War of Major Benson (1955)
Screenwriter
Her Twelve Men (1954)
Screenwriter
Fast Company (1953)
Screenwriter
Easy to Love (1953)
Screenwriter
You For Me (1952)
Story and Screenplay

Producer (Feature Film)

The Last American Hero (1973)
Producer

Music (Feature Film)

Jumping the Broom (2011)
Song

Sound (Feature Film)

Don't Drink the Water (1969)
Sound

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Living Free (1972)
Assistant

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Come Fly With Me (1963) - Cavitation Still on her first flight, Brewster (Pamela Tiffin) gets punked by Teddy (James Dobson), as Bergie (Lois Nettleton) meets Lucas (Karl Malden) and a drunk, and Donna (Dolores Hart) encounters the baron (Karl Boehm), Winsley (Hugh O'Brian) observing, plots taking off, in Come Fly With Me, 1963.
Come Fly With Me (1963) - Lafayette, We Are Here! Just de-planed at Orly, “Tex” Lucas (Karl Malden), having gained a phone number from flight attendant Bergie (Lois Nettleton), is surprised to be met by a private car, as the girls (Pamela Tiffin as kooky Carol, Dolores Hart as savvy Donna) catch a cab, and Paris appears, early in MGM’s Come Fly With Me, 1962.
Come Fly With Me (1963) - Polar Atlantic Racing through what would become Kennedy airport in New York, new flight attendant Brewster (Pamela Tiffin) meets friendly colleague "Bergie" (Lois Nettleton), less-so Donna (Dolores Hart) plus officers Winsley (Hugh O'Brian) and Shepherd (James Dobson), opening MGM's Come Fly With Me, 1963.
Mating Game, The (1959) - Irresponsible People Mariette (Debbie Reynolds), daughter of the tax-cheat, has lured auditor Lorenzo (Tony Randall) to her favorite spot, where he confesses his ambition, in The Mating Game, 1959.
Magnificent Seven, The (1960) - You Lost Chris (Yul Brynner) and Vin (Steve McQueen) are seeking recruits when they find taciturn Britt (James Coburn), dealing with a cocky cowpuncher (Robert Wilke), in director John Sturges' version of a famous scene from Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, in The Magnificent Seven, 1960.
Magnificent Seven, The (1960) - Like A Good Father The first and probably the best scene for villain Calvera (Eli Wallach), his band arriving in the village, abusing brave Sotero (Rico Alaniz), early bits of Elmer Bernstein's score, opening John Sturges' remake of Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, The Magnificent Seven, 1960.
Magnificent Seven, The (1960) - Now We Are Seven Chris (Yul Brynner) and mercenaries (Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, James Coburn, Robert Vaughn, Brad Dexter) arrive in the Mexican village, meet the "Old Man," (Vladimir Sokoloff), tag-along Chico (Horst Buchholz) finally earns his membership, in John Sturges' The Magnificent Seven, 1960.
Magnificent Seven, The (1960) - You Learn Fast Jobless Vin (Steve McQueen) blows his stake at the saloon, then meets acquaintance Chris (Yul Brynner) and the Mexican farmers, making slow progress hiring men to guard their village, in John Sturges' The Magnificent Seven, 1960.
Magnificent Seven, The (1960) - I Got Nominated Undertaker Whit Bissell can't get anybody to drive the hearse bearing an Indian to Boot Hill, Chris (Yul Brynner) and Vin (Steve McQueen) volunteer, Chico (Horst Buchholz) and the Mexicans (led by Jorge Martinez de Hoyas) cheering them on, early in John Sturges' The Magnificent Seven, 1960.
Magnificent Seven, The (1960) - Very Young, Very Proud Chris (Yul) Brynner recruiting guns for the Mexican farmers led by Hilario (Jorge Martinez de Hoyas), receiving first impetuous Chico (Horst Buchholz), then savvy Harry (Brad Dexter), in John Sturges' The Magnificent Seven, 1960.
You For Me (1952) - Love's Philosophy Doctor Jeff (Gig Young) introducing nurse Katie (Jane Greer) to the monkeys in his home research basement, discussing their own testy relationship, ending with a Percy Bysshe Shelley poem, in Don Weis' You For Me, 1952.
You For Me (1952) - Give Him The Works Nurse Katie (Jane Greer), snatched from a staff party by doctor Jeff (Gig Young), sent to mend fences with hospital donor Tony (Peter Lawford), who has withdrawn support after she insulted him during surgery, in Don Weis' You For Me, 1952.

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