Robert Carson


Actor, Screenwriter
Robert Carson

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Boys to Men (2001)
Get to Know Your Rabbit (1972)
Young man
The Million Dollar Duck (1971)
I.R.S. man
The Gnome-Mobile (1967)
Twin Oaks attendant
The Great Race (1965)
Vice chairman
Three Blondes in His Life (1961)
Cimarron (1960)
Senator Rollins
The Buccaneer (1959)
Militia major
The Mating Game (1959)
Man at party
Girls Town (1959)
Mr. Gardner
Live Fast, Die Young (1958)
Frank
Too Much, Too Soon (1958)
Imperial Pictures executive
Band of Angels (1957)
Bidder
Slander (1957)
Frank Frederick
Footsteps in the Night (1957)
Capt. Halford
The Birds and the Bees (1956)
Mohawk (1956)
Settler
The Ten Commandments (1956)
Adult Eleazar
The Price of Fear (1956)
George Willebrandt
The Great American Pastime (1956)
Hallerton's partner
The Opposite Sex (1956)
Agent
Interrupted Melody (1955)
Brigadier general
You're Never Too Young (1955)
Tailor
Gang Busters (1955)
Doctor
The Eternal Sea (1955)
Commander
The Road to Denver (1955)
Deputy sheriff
Love Me or Leave Me (1955)
Mr. Brelston
Pushover (1954)
Barkeep
Three Hours to Kill (1954)
Cowhand
Her Twelve Men (1954)
Doctor
Executive Suite (1954)
Lee Ormond
Deep in My Heart (1954)
Orchestra leader
The Man from the Alamo (1953)
The Stars Are Singing (1953)
Code Two (1953)
Homicide officer
No Escape (1953)
Dr. Seymour
Murder Without Tears (1953)
District Attorney
Three Sailors and a Girl (1953)
Client
The Bad and the Beautiful (1953)
Casting director
So This Is Love (1953)
Policeman
Man of Conflict (1953)
Official
It Came from Outer Space (1953)
Dugan
Battle Circus (1953)
Colonel
Count the Hours (1953)
Jury foreman
Sailor Beware (1952)
Navy captain
Red Snow (1952)
General
For Men Only (1952)
Jesse Hopkins
The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)
Ringmaster Thompson
Actor's Blood and Woman of Sin (1952)
Thomas Hayne
Young Man With Ideas (1952)
Prosecutor
Operation Pacific (1951)
Torpedo officer
Radar Secret Service (1950)
Tom
Indian Territory (1950)
Captain Wallace
The Fighting Stallion (1950)
Tom Adams
Mule Train (1950)
Bill Cummings
Highway 301 (1950)
Detective
Two Lost Worlds (1950)
Capt. Allison
County Fair (1950)
Steward
White Heat (1949)
Agent Agents
Trapped (1949)
Bill Mason
My Dream Is Yours (1949)
Jeff
Phantom Killer (1942)
Wake Island (1942)
Young officer
Call Out the Marines (1942)
Marine lieutenant
Down Rio Grande Way (1942)
Red
The Saint in Palm Springs (1941)
Mystery man
Jungle Man (1941)
Andy
Five Little Peppers in Trouble (1940)
King's chauffeur
Dick Tracy's G-Men (1939)
Cyclone Higgins, D.D. (1918)
Sheriff
The Avenging Trail (1917)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Mountain Madness (1920)
Camera
The Price Woman Pays (1919)
Camera
Children of Banishment (1919)
Camera

Writer (Feature Film)

Action of the Tiger (1957)
Screenwriter
Bundle of Joy (1956)
Screenwriter
Just for You (1952)
Screenwriter
The Groom Wore Spurs (1951)
Screenwriter
Once More, My Darling (1949)
Story and Screenplay
The Desperadoes (1943)
Screenwriter
The Tuttles of Tahiti (1942)
Screenwriter
Western Union (1941)
Screenwriter
Wild Geese Calling (1941)
Contract Writer
The Light That Failed (1940)
Screenwriter
Beau Geste (1939)
Screenwriter
Men with Wings (1938)
Screenwriter
A Star Is Born (1937)
Screenwriter
A Star Is Born (1937)
Story
The Last Gangster (1937)
Original Story

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Bundle Of Joy (1956) - Worry About Tomorrow The married co-stars Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds haven't yet met, story-wise, so they split the opening song by Josef Myrow and Mack Gordon, in Bundle Of Joy, the 1956 musical re-make of Bachelor Mother, 1939.
Bundle Of Joy (1956) - All About Love Department store kingpin Merlin (Adolphe Menjou) getting sentimental with his loyal son Dan (Eddie Fisher), who then joins the staff for a tune by Josef Myrow and Mack Gordon, early in Bundle Of Joy, 1956, mostly financed by Fisher and co-starring his wife, Debbie Reynolds.
Bundle Of Joy (1956) - Your Charming Character Shopgirl Polly (Debbie Reynolds), dismissed and wrongly assumed to be the mother of a foundling, deals with colleague Freddie (Tommy Noonan) then with Dan (Eddie Fisher, Reynolds' husband), the conscientious son of the boss, in Bundle Of Joy, 1956.
Star Is Born, A (1937) - Stop Mooning About Hollywood Producer David Selznick is credited with the framing device, introducing Esther (Janet Gaynor) and brother (A.W. Sweatt) telling father, aunt and granny (J.C. Nugent, Clara Blandick, May Robson) about a movie with Norman Maine (Fredric March, who will figure later), in A Star Is Born, 1937.
Star Is Born, A (1937) - You Know What Your Chances Are Looks to be the real office of the real Central Casting in Burbank as Esther (Janet Gaynor), in town for about a month, gets tough love from Peggy Wood, then her landlord (Edgar Kennedy) and meets new fellow tenant Danny (Andy Devine), early in David Selznick's A Star Is Born, 1937.
Star Is Born, A (1937) - Pronounced Vicki Vicki Mentor Norman (Fredric March) supports Esther (Janet Gaynor) in the screen test he arranged, then producer Oliver (Adolphe Menjou) signs her, and press agent Libby (Lionel Stander) discovers a problem, William A. Wellman directing David Selznick's original A Star Is Born, 1937.
Star Is Born, A (1976) - Manners Of A Hog Having refused to let him spend the night after getting him out of a brawl, small-time singer Esther (Barbra Streisand) welcomes rocker John Norman Howard (Kris Kristofferson), whom she did invite for breakfast, and who crashed outside in his limo (Paul Mazursky his driver), in A Star Is Born, 1976.
Star Is Born, A (1976) - Queen Bee The meeting of the principals, train-wreck rock star John Norman Howard (Kris Kristofferson) stumbles into an LA club where Esther Hoffman (Barbra Streisand) is performing, with Venetta Fields and Clydie King, an original song by Rupert Holmes, early in the 1976 re-make A Star Is Born.
Star Is Born, A (1976) - I Need To Report A Sniper New friend Esther (Barbra Streisand) is left at the stadium as rocker John Norman Howard (Kris Kristofferson) is choppered-out after injuring himself in concert, back home Gary Busey as his road manager, Paul Mazursky his agent, and LA radio star M.G. Kelly as the D-J, in A Star Is Born, 1976.
Star Is Born, A (1937) - Here's My Epitaph Producer Oliver (Adolphe Menjou) is cleaning up after Norman (Fredric March), who surprisingly turns up, and has differing reactions to girlfriend Anita (Elizabeth Jenns) and moonlighting waitress Esther (Janet Gaynor), at their first proper meeting, in David Selznick's A Star Is Born, 1937.
Star Is Born, A (1937) - Sit Down You Dope! Producer David Selznick and director William A. Wellman executing the first-ever Technicolor shoot on location at the Hollywood Bowl, as Esther (Janet Gaynor) and Danny (Andy Devine) get their first look at Norman Maine (Fredric March), in A Star Is Born, 1937.
Star Is Born, A (1937) - Ginger Ale And What? A famous very early on-location Technicolor scene, William A. Wellman directing at the Santa Anita race track, where drying-out Norman (Fredric March) bumps into his crusty former press agent Libby (Lionel Stander), in the original A Star Is Born, 1937.

Family

Jack Carson
Brother
Actor. Younger; born on October 27, 1910; died on January 2, 1963.

Bibliography