Robert Fellows


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Prestige (1932)
Assistant Director
One Way Passage (1932)
Assistant Director
Lonely Wives (1931)
Assistant Director
Officer O'Brien (1930)
Assistant Director
Her Man (1930)
Assistant Director
Big Money (1930)
Assistant Director
Oh, Yeah (1929)
Assistant Director
Celebrity (1928)
Assistant Director
Show Folks (1928)
Assistant Director
Power (1928)
Assistant Director
The Spieler (1928)
Assistant Director

Writer (Feature Film)

The Girl Hunters (1963)
Screenwriter
Pittsburgh (1942)
Contract Writer

Producer (Feature Film)

The Girl Hunters (1963)
Producer
Screaming Mimi (1958)
Producer
Good-Bye, My Lady (1956)
Producer
Seven Men from Now (1956)
Producer
Blood Alley (1955)
Producer
Track of the Cat (1954)
Producer
Hondo (1954)
Producer
Ring of Fear (1954)
Producer
The High and the Mighty (1954)
Producer
Island in the Sky (1953)
Producer
Plunder of the Sun (1953)
Producer
Big Jim McLain (1952)
Producer
Appointment with Danger (1951)
Producer
Let's Dance (1950)
Producer
Chicago Deadline (1949)
Producer
Red, Hot and Blue (1949)
Producer
Streets of Laredo (1949)
Producer
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949)
Producer
Sealed Verdict (1948)
Producer
Beyond Glory (1948)
Producer
Wild Harvest (1947)
Producer
Blaze of Noon (1947)
Producer
Lady Luck (1946)
Executive Producer
Having Wonderful Crime (1945)
Producer
Man Alive (1945)
Executive Producer
The Spanish Main (1945)
Executive Producer
Back to Bataan (1945)
Executive Producer
Experiment Perilous (1944)
Executive Producer
Marine Raiders (1944)
Producer
Heavenly Days (1944)
Producer
Step Lively (1944)
Producer
Tall in the Saddle (1944)
Producer
The Fallen Sparrow (1943)
Producer
The Iron Major (1943)
Producer
Bombardier (1943)
Producer
Pittsburgh (1942)
Associate Producer
They Died with Their Boots On (1942)
Associate Producer
Knute Rockne--All American (1940)
Associate Producer
Virginia City (1940)
Associate Producer
Santa Fe Trail (1940)
Associate Producer
An Angel from Texas (1940)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Jezebel (1938)
Unit Manager
Hollywood Hotel (1938)
Unit Manager
Green Light (1937)
Unit Manager
Tovarich (1937)
Unit Manager
Stolen Holiday (1937)
Unit Manager
That Certain Woman (1937)
Unit Manager
The Right to Live (1935)
Unit Manager

Production Companies (Feature Film)

Hondo (1954)
Company

Cast (Special)

Houdini (2000)

Cast (Short)

World News - 1954 (1954)
Himself

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Bombardier (1943) - Open, To Fit Him For His Task Three years between the start of production and release, during which time the U.S. entered WWII, RKO’s muscular opening to Bombardier, 1943, with the real General Eugene Lowry Eubank (1892-1997!), and a high level disagreement between Army Air Force officers and leading men Pat O’Brien and Randolph Scott.
Bombardier (1943) - I Do Solemnly Swear In an early role which earned him praise and career support from Pat O’Brien, Robert Ryan as trainee Joe Connors consults with Pat as his superior and buddy Major “Chick” Davis about motivations and reveals that he’s been approached by probable spies at their New Mexico air base, in Bombardier, 1943.
Bombardier (1943) - You Look Scared Stiff Part of a series of impressive technical sequences, Russell Wade as Army Air Force trainee Harris, leading man Pat O’Brien narrating, Charles Russell the instructor, Randolph Scott in the cockpit, Academy Award-nominated Special Effects by Vernon L. Walker, editing by Robert Wise (assisted by young Robert Aldrich), in RKO’s Bombardier, 1943.
Bombardier (1943) - It's Just As Unlogical Randolph Scott as Army Air Force Captain Buck Oliver, a reluctant convert to high-altitude bombing, dictates a letter to old friend “Burt” (Anne Shirley) in New Mexico, advising her that his colleague Major “Chick” Davis will arrive soon to launch a training program, Barton MacLane his sergeant Dixon, in Bombardier, 1943.
Having Wonderful Crime (1945) - Barflies In The Ointment Playboy lawyer Malone (Pat O’Brien) aims to romance the star of the water ballet (Anje Berens) at the resort where he’s followed his newlywed amateur sleuth pals Helene (Carole Landis) and Jake (George Murphy), on what suddenly becomes a real murder case, in Having Wonderful Crime, 1945.
Having Wonderful Crime (1945) - I Might Win A Prize! Elaborate plotting to get pinup Carole Landis (as newlywed amateur sleuth Helene Justus) disrobed, George Murphy her husband, Pat O’Brien their fast-talking lawyer pal, Blanche Ring the rich lady paying him, and Anje Berens the water-ballerina getting excuses, in RKO’s Having Wonderful Crime, 1945.
Back To Bataan (1945) - So Long Skinny Stirring fantasy, John Wayne the fictional Col. Madden is summoned by John Miljan as General Jonathan “Skinny” Wainwright who, months after the film was released, and after three years in a Japanese prison camp in the Philippines, would be celebrated across the U.S. as the returning “Hero of Corregidor,” preparing to surrender, in Edward Dmytryk’s very current RKO propaganda piece, Back To Bataan, 1945.
Back to Bataan (1945) - We're Licked Colonel Madden (John Wayne) already knows Filipino rebel comrade Andreas Bonifacio (Anthony Quinn) will overcome his doubts, so he suggests a small mission in Back to Bataan, 1945.
Back to Bataan (1945) - You Will Haul Down The Flag! In case any viewer had doubts about the depravity the enemy or colonial loyalty, a Japanese officer (Abner Biberman) hangs a defiant Filipino schoolmaster (Vladimir Sokoloff), Beulah Bondi the compassionate American teacher, in Edward Dmytryk's Back to Bataan, 1945.
Back To Bataan (1945) - Why Do You Fight? Joining news footage and narration from the script that was under constant revision due to events in the Pacific, back to 1942 where Fely Franquelli is Dalisay, the Philippine broadcaster working for the Japanese invaders, and John Miljan plays the real General Jonathan Wainwright, early in Back To Bataan, 1945, starring John Wayne.
Back To Bataan (1945) - An Old Filipino Trick Lawrence Tierney has arrived as U.S. Navy Cmdr. Waite, briefing long-serving John Wayne as Col. Madden and Anthony Quinn as Filipino Scout Captain Bonifacio et al on plans to re-take key positions ca. 1945, precipitating another legit reference to local military history, in RKO’s Back To Bataan, 1945.
Back To Bataan (1945) - Crude Native Cigarettes Corregidor,1942, John Wayne as U.S. Col. Madden, hears from General Wainwright (John Miljan), and Anthony Quinn as Bonifacio, ranking officer of the allied Philippine Scouts, whose girlfriend is now the radio propaganda voice for the Japanese, who made a reckless heroic decision earlier that day, in another gripping confrontation, in Back To Bataan, 1945.

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