Robert Sparks


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Destiny Turns on the Radio (1995)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Hard Ride (1971)
Director of Photography

Writer (Feature Film)

The Lady Consents (1936)
Contr to Screenplay const
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford (1936)
Contract Writer
Cradle Song (1933)
Cont
If I Had a Million (1932)
[Story "China Shop" and "Prologue"]

Producer (Feature Film)

The Kennedy Detail (2013)
Producer
Son of Sinbad (1955)
Producer
She Couldn't Say No (1954)
Producer
Affair with a Stranger (1953)
Producer
The Las Vegas Story (1952)
Producer
My Forbidden Past (1951)
Producer
His Kind of Woman (1951)
Producer
Born to Be Bad (1950)
Producer
Walk Softly, Stranger (1950)
Producer
Easy Living (1949)
Producer
A Dangerous Profession (1949)
Producer
Station West (1948)
Producer
Honeymoon (1947)
Executive Producer
Out of the Past (1947)
Executive Producer
Meet the Stewarts (1942)
Producer
Daring Young Man (1942)
Producer
Shut My Big Mouth (1942)
Producer
Blondie Goes to College (1942)
Producer
Blondie for Victory (1942)
Producer
Blondie's Blessed Event (1942)
Producer
Blondie Goes Latin (1941)
Producer
Blondie in Society (1941)
Producer
Go West, Young Lady (1941)
Producer
Tillie the Toiler (1941)
Producer
Blondie Plays Cupid (1940)
Producer
Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940)
Producer
Blondie on a Budget (1940)
Producer
So You Won't Talk (1940)
Producer
Beware, Spooks! (1939)
Producer
Blondie Meets the Boss (1939)
Associate Producer
Blondie Brings Up Baby (1939)
Producer
Blondie Takes a Vacation (1939)
Producer
Blondie (1938)
Associate Producer

Art Department (Feature Film)

Knockout (2000)
Set Decorator

Production Companies (Feature Film)

My Forbidden Past (1951)
Company

Cinematography (Special)

The Circle Family (1982)
Director Of Photography

Producer (Special)

333 Montgomery (1960)
Executive Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Station West (1948) - He Picks A Good Fight Emerging from an Arizona saloon, sometime after a military gold robbery, Dick Powell, who’s still pretty much a stranger to us, follows a soldier (Steve Brodie) with whom he argued, when some neat exposition introduces Agnes Moorehead as Mrs. Caslon, and Tom Powers as Capt. Iles, in Station West, 1948.
Station West (1948) - I Like The Way You Sing Casing the saloon in the Arizona town where he’s arrived after the death of two soldiers in a gold shipment robbery, Dick Powell, whose name we haven’t learned, observes the almost implausibly attractive singer (Jane Greer), then meets a testy Army man (Steve Brodie) and a barkeep (John Doucette), in Station West, 1948.
Station West (1948) - I Ain't Dead Yet Straight from a Burl Ives vocal under the credits, the aftermath of a gold robbery and Dick Powell arriving in town, the exterior certainly Sedona, Az, probably day-for-night, where Burl as the innkeeper resumes the song, opening director Sidney Lanfield’s taut, overlooked Western, Station West, 1948, also starring Jane Greer.
His Kind Of Woman (1951) - I Might Forget What I'm Doing Ebullient after the screening of one of his pictures at a Mexican resort, philandering actor Cardigan (Vincent Price) visits his paramour Lenore (Jane Russell) and fugitive gambler Dan (Robert Mitchum), then she confirms that musician Harry (Stacy Harris) really does know her from a previous life, into her song by Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson, in His Kind Of Woman, 1951.
His Kind Of Woman (1951) - Where Do Old Gangsters Go To Die? Opening is narrated by Charles McGraw who will soon appear as gang henchman Thompson, introducing Raymond Burr as exiled gangster Ferraro (modeled on Lucky Luciano), who calls Corle (Paul Frees), John Mylong their third party, John Farrow directing, in His Kind Of Woman, starring Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell.
His Kind Of Woman (1951) - Who's Happily Married? Ever more embittered paid girlfriend Lenore (Jane Russell) and her new confidant Dan (Robert Mitchum) at a Mexican resort have been summoned by her movie actor sponsor Mark Cardigan (Vincent Price), informing him that his wife has arrived, his agent (Carleton G. Young) attempting a rescue, in His Kind Of Woman, 1951.
His Kind Of Woman (1951) - You Don't Like Fish? Not much story accomplished here but a money scene nonetheless, for attitude from Jane Russell as Lenore in her swimsuit and Robert Mitchum as busted gambler Dan, sent to a Mexican resort by gangsters for a mission he doesn’t yet understand, Jim Backus and Leslye Manning as other goofy guests, in His Kind Of Woman, 1951, from Howard Hughes’ RKO.
Easy Living (1949) - I Just Follow My Heart Of Gold First scene for Lucille Ball as football team secretary Anne, getting hustled for a loan by quarterback Pete (Victor Mature) who passed out during practice earlier that day, and for Lizabeth Scott as his wife Liza, whose motives are iffy, Lloyd Nolan everybody’s boss, in Easy Living, 1949.
Easy Living (1949) - Great Exploitation Star quarterback Pete (Victor Mature), whom we know has been feeling off today, has just met photographer Argus (Paul Stewart) as he joins fellow “New York Chiefs” (on location at with the Rams at L-A’s old Wrigley Field), Jack Paar as reporter Scoop, Lloyd Nolan the owner, early in Easy Living, 1949.
Easy Living (1949) - On The Dotted Line In Black And White Having separated earlier due to conflicting parties, troubled quarterback Pete (Victor Mature), passed over for a coaching job, is suspicious when ambitious interior designer wife Liza (Lizabeth Scott) gets home from what we know was a flirtatious visit with a rich potential client, in Easy Living, 1949.
Easy Living (1949) - I Like You Chubby Opening neglects to mention the profession of Tim (Sonny Tufts) and visiting Pete (Victor Mature), whom his wife Penny (Jeff Donnell) is very happy to receive at their New York apartment, in the not-very athletic football drama Easy Living, 1949, co-starring Lizabeth Scott and Lucille Ball.
Out Of The Past (1947) - A Secret Man Jeff Bailey (Robert Mitchum) and girlfriend Ann (Virginia Huston) at the lake in their first scene, "The Kid" (Dickie Moore) signals that a visitor (Paul Valentine) awaits at the gas station, early in Jacques Tourneur's Out Of The Past, 1947.

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