Robert Sisk


Biography

Filmography

 

Producer (Feature Film)

Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone (1994)
Segment Executive Producer (Flashback Segments)
The Man Behind the Gun (1953)
Producer
It's a Big Country: An American Anthology (1952)
Producer
This Woman Is Dangerous (1952)
Producer
Across the Wide Missouri (1951)
Producer
Shadow on the Wall (1950)
Producer
Tension (1949)
Producer
Challenge to Lassie (1949)
Producer
The Sun Comes Up (1949)
Producer
Hills of Home (1948)
Producer
Love Laughs at Andy Hardy (1947)
Producer
Courage of Lassie (1946)
Producer
Boys' Ranch (1946)
Producer
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945)
Producer
The Hidden Eye (1945)
Producer
Lost Angel (1944)
Producer
Gentle Annie (1944)
Producer
Young Ideas (1943)
Producer
A Stranger in Town (1943)
Producer
The Forest Rangers (1942)
Associate Producer
Tom, Dick and Harry (1941)
Producer
A Bill of Divorcement (1940)
Producer
Marines Fly High (1940)
Producer
Married and in Love (1940)
Producer
Millionaire Playboy (1940)
Producer
Five Came Back (1939)
Producer
Full Confession (1939)
Producer
The Saint Strikes Back (1939)
Producer
Three Sons (1939)
Producer
Bad Lands (1939)
Producer
They Made Her a Spy (1939)
Producer
The Day the Bookies Wept (1939)
Producer
Career (1939)
Producer
Twelve Crowded Hours (1939)
Producer
Sorority House (1939)
Producer
Pacific Liner (1939)
Producer
Reno (1939)
Producer
The Girl from Mexico (1939)
Producer
Go Chase Yourself (1938)
Producer
Maid's Night Out (1938)
Producer
Night Spot (1938)
Producer
Law of the Underworld (1938)
Producer
A Man to Remember (1938)
Producer
Sky Giant (1938)
Producer
Condemned Women (1938)
Producer
Mr. Doodle Kicks Off (1938)
Producer
Border Cafe (1937)
Producer
Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
Associate Producer
Flight from Glory (1937)
Producer
You Can't Beat Love (1937)
Producer
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1937)
Producer
Annapolis Salute (1937)
Producer
Saturday's Heroes (1937)
Producer
The Plough and the Stars (1937)
Associate Producer
The Last Outlaw (1936)
Associate Producer
Two in Revolt (1936)
Associate Producer
M'liss (1936)
Associate Producer
Chatterbox (1936)
Associate Producer
The Farmer in the Dell (1936)
Associate Producer
Don't Turn 'Em Loose (1936)
Associate Producer
Annie Oakley (1935)
Prod Associate
The Three Musketeers (1935)
Prod Associate

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Little Women (1933)
Director advertising and publicity

Producer (Short)

A Letter From a Soldier (1951)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Shadow On The Wall(1950) - It's My Time To Live! Wild turns, as cheating spouse Celia (Kristine Miller), who just knocked out her husband (now-unconscious Zachary Scott) as he held a gun on her, gets lucky because her sister (Ann Sothern as Dell, whose fiancè she was cheating-with) turned up, intending one kind of confrontation, but improvising another, in Shadow On The Wall, 1950.
Shadow On The Wall (1950) - Open, Twice A Minute Clever-ish opening, credits, then the introduction of Gigi Perreau and Zachary Scott, both billed above the title with Ann Sothern, as father and daughter David and Susan, appearing nothing but innocent, in the little-noticed MGM Noir Shadow On The Wall, 1950, co-starring Nancy Reagan.
Shadow On The Wall (1950) - Nobody Can Resist You New Yorker David (Zachary Scott), home from a business trip, escorts Bobby (Anthony Sydes), friend of his daughter, through the lobby when he spies his wife Celia (Kristine Miller) arriving with Crane (Tom Helmore), with whom we know she’s having an affair, though it’s his first clue, but he doesn’t let on, in MGM’s Shadow On The Wall, 1950.
Shadow On The Wall (1950) - Black Harvest Joining the first scene for Ann Sothern as Dell, sister of the hostess, Kristine Miller as Celia, whom we know is having an affair with Ann’s fiancè Crane (Tom Helmore) which is revealed after dinner and many drinks, by husband and brother-in-law David (Zachary Scott), who’s realized their stories about that afternoon don’t match, in MGM’s Shadow On The Wall, 1950.
Five Came Back (1939) - Your Prayers Or Mine? Co-pilot Joe (Kent Taylor) visits marshal Crimp (John Carradine) and his charge Vasquez (Joseph Calleia), gangster Pete (Allen Jenkins) with his boss's son (Casey Johnson) and Peggy (Lucille Ball) with pilot Bill (Chester Morris), en route to Panama in John Farrow's Five Came Back, 1939.
Five Came Back (1939) - Don't Argue! Shortly after the crash, worries in the control room, Pilot Bill (Chester Morris), Professor and Mrs. Spengler (C. Aubrey Smith, Elisabeth Risdon), convict Vasquez (Joseph Calleia), Peggy (Lucille Ball) and marshal Crimp (John Carradine) arguing, in John Farrow's Five Came Back, 1939.
Five Came Back (1939) - Anything But Murder Part of director John Farrow's splendid opening, introducing first Patrick Knowles and Wendy Barrie, then Lucille Ball, C. Aubrey Smith and Elizabeth Risdon, co-pilot Kent Taylor, Allen Jenkins and young Casey Johnson, then pilot Chester Morris, leaving for Panama, in Five Came Back, 1939.
Sun Comes Up, The (1949) - Come On, Lassie! In MGM’s opening we learn that Jeanette MacDonald is widowed opera singer Helen, devoted to her son Hank (Darryl Hickman), who has a terrific collie, and Lewis Stone is Arthur, her conscientious manager, in the fifth picture in the Lassie series, The Sun Comes Up, 1949.
Sun Comes Up, The (1949) - You Got A Fatal Disease? Already widowed and now recovering from the accidental death of her beloved teenage son, famous opera singer Helen (Jeanette MacDonald), with her son’s pet collie Lassie, finds a country retreat and rents from Mr. Willigoode (Percy Kilbride), in MGM’s The Sun Comes Up, 1949.
Sun Comes Up, The (1949) - Fare You Well, Lassie Lassie (in the 5th film in MGM’s series) meets California orphan Jerry (Claude Jarman Jr.), making friends when her owner, vacationing widow opera singer Helen (Jeanette MacDonald), whose teenage son recently died, appears, seeing no future in the relationship, in The Sun Comes Up, 1949.
It's A Big Country - What America? In "Episode One" directed by Richard Thorpe, "traveler" James Whitmore meets "Professor" William Powell, in the MGM Americana anthology, It's A Big Country, 1952.
Married And In Love - You Were Always Dancing New in New York diet-doctor Leslie (Alan Marshal) in a chance meeting with also-famous former college sweetheart Doris (Helen Vinson), his wife Helen (Barbara Yates) joining, early in John Farrow's Married And In Love, 1940.

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