Robert Horton


Robert Horton

Biography

Robert Horton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Horton began his acting career appearing in various films, such as the action flick "Pony Soldier" (1952) with Tyrone Power, the drama "Arena" (1953) with Gig Young and "Bright Road" (1953). He also appeared in the Van Johnson dramatic adaptation "Men of the Fighting Lady" (1954) and the Ronald Reagan war "Prisoner of ...

Biography

Robert Horton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Horton began his acting career appearing in various films, such as the action flick "Pony Soldier" (1952) with Tyrone Power, the drama "Arena" (1953) with Gig Young and "Bright Road" (1953). He also appeared in the Van Johnson dramatic adaptation "Men of the Fighting Lady" (1954) and the Ronald Reagan war "Prisoner of War" (1954). Following that project, he worked on "Wagon Train" (NBC, 1957-1965) and "A Man Called Shenandoah" (ABC, 1965-66). He also starred in the TV movies "The Dangerous Days of Kiowa Jones" (ABC, 1966-67) and "Foreign Exchange" (ABC, 1969-1970). Horton's music was most recently featured in the Robert Hoffman drama sequel "Step Up 2 The Streets" (2008). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "Murder, She Wrote" (CBS, 1984-1996). He also appeared in "The Green Slime" (1969). He also was featured in the TV movies "The Spy Killer" (ABC, 1969-1970) and "Red River" (CBS, 1987-88).

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The Green Slime - Scene Stills
Here are some scene stills from the monster movie The Green Slime (1969), co-produced by MGM and Toho.

Videos

Movie Clip

Bright Road (1953) - I'm Dorothy Dandridge Unorthodox opening from screenwriter Emmet Lavery, working from the original story by African-American schoolteacher and author Mary Elizabeth Vroman, Dorothy Dandridge narrates as herself, introducing co-star Harry Belafonte, ably directed by Gerald Mayer, nephew of the studio boss, in MGM’s Bright Road, 1953.
Bright Road (1953) - I Walked Right Into That One We learn here that new teacher Jane (Dorothy Dandridge) is also the Sunday school teacher, leading a hymn and continuing her internal monologue from the original story by Mary Elizabeth Vroman, getting into trick topics with troubled C.T. (Philip Hepburn), in MGM’s Bright Road, 1953, co-starring Harry Belafonte.
Green Slime, The (1969) - Nothing Left But Dust The General (Bud Widom) in charge of space command has already told others that he plans to interrupt the resignation of hero officer Rankin (Robert Horton) because he’s the only man to save planet earth from a threatening asteroid, early in the Japanese-American co-production The Green Slime, 1969.
Green Slime, The (1969) - Your Orders Have Been Modified Richard Jaeckel is Vince, in charge of the space station, Luciana Paluzzi staffer Lisa, and Robert Horton as Rankin is arriving to take charge of the mission to blow up the asteroid bearing down on earth, their love and maybe professional triangle explained, early in The Green Slime, 1969.
Green Slime, The (1969) - You Can't Bring It With You! Robert Horton as Rankin, running the crew planting bombs to blow up the giant asteroid before it hits planet earth, Richard Jaeckel the number-two with whom he has history, Ted Gunther the scientist who wants to save some of the strange goo they’ve found, in The Green Slime, 1969.
Green Slime, The (1969) - I Want A Gas Gun And A Net Suddenly space station crew members are being killed, we know by something that grew from the goo they accidentally brought back from the asteroid, Richard Jaeckel is captain Vince who overrules the mission commander, his former boss (Robert Horton), and it’s a bad call, in The Green Slime, 1969.

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