Robert Keith

Robert Keith


Also Known As
Bob Keith, Robert Keith Jr.
Birth Place
Fowler, Indiana, USA
February 10, 1898
December 23, 1966




Cast (Feature Film)

The Pass (2000)
Worker No 2
Rites of Passage (1999)
D J Farraday
Captiva Island (1995)
Object of Obsession (1995)
Wild Orchid 2: Two Shades of Blue (1992)
Khon Pukao (1979)
Duel of Champions (1964)
King of Rome
Posse From Hell (1961)
Captain Brown
Cimarron (1960)
Sam Pegler
Tempest (1959)
Capt. Ivan Mironov
They Came to Cordura (1959)
Colonel Rogers
The Lineup (1958)
Written on the Wind (1957)
Jasper Hadley
My Man Godfrey (1957)
Mr. [Alexander] Bullock
Men in War (1957)
The colonel
Between Heaven and Hell (1956)
Col. Gozzens
Ransom! (1956)
Chief Jim Backett
Underwater! (1955)
Father Cannon
Love Me or Leave Me (1955)
Bernard V. Loomis
Guys and Dolls (1955)
Lt. Brannigan
Drum Beat (1954)
Bill Satterwhite
The Wild One (1954)
Harry Bleeker
Young at Heart (1954)
Gregory Tuttle
Devil's Canyon (1953)
Warden Steve Morgan
Small Town Girl (1953)
Judge Gordon Kimbell
Battle Circus (1953)
Lt. Col. Hillary Whalters
Somebody Loves Me (1952)
Sam Doyle
Just Across the Street (1952)
Walter Medford
Branded (1951)
Here Comes the Groom (1951)
George Degnan
Fourteen Hours (1951)
Mr. Cosick
I Want You (1951)
Thomas Greer
Fourteen Hours (1951)
My Foolish Heart (1950)
Henry Winters
The Reformer and the Redhead (1950)
Tim Harveigh
Woman on the Run (1950)
Inspector Ferris
Edge of Doom (1950)
Boomerang! (1947)
"Mac" McCreery
Boomerang! (1947)
The Shadow Laughs (1933)
George Hackett
Bad Company (1931)
Just Imagine (1930)
The Other Kind of Love (1924)
George Benton

Writer (Feature Film)

Destry Rides Again (1932)
Scandal for Sale (1932)
Unexpected Father (1932)
Additional Dialogue

Music (Feature Film)

If You Knew Susie (1948)
Vocal Arrangements
The Bamboo Blonde (1946)
Vocal Arrangements
Sing Your Way Home (1945)
Vocal Arrangements

Life Events


Movie Clip

Guys And Dolls (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Adelaide Frank Sinatra (as Nathan Detroit) with his one ballad, Frank Loesser's "Adelaide," sung to his fianceè (Vivian Blaine), which he chose to sing not-fully in character, in the Samuel Goldwyn production of Guys And Dolls, 1955, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.
Underwater! (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Go Down There! In a big payoff scene, Johnny (Richard Egan) dives to the sunken wreck and Theresa (Jane Russell) finally unveils the red suit (featured in the promotional campaign, seen above-decks for the first time) then gets trapped, in Underwater!, 1955, produced by Howard Hughes.
Woman On The Run (1950) -- (Movie Clip) That's His Burlesque Period San Francisco detective Ferris (Robert Keith, with aide Frank Jenks) debriefing Eleanor Johnson (Ann Sheridan), the not-devoted wife of artist Frank, who witnessed a murder that night, then disappeared, in the newly-restored Woman On The Run, 1950.
Woman On The Run (1950) -- (Movie Clip) It's Our First Murder Eleanor (Ann Sheridan), hunting her semi-estranged husband who skedaddled after witnessing a murder, leaves the San Francisco store where he worked, where she hoped to find a letter, a cop (Robert Keith) and reporter Leggett (Dennis O’Keefe) on her trail, in Woman On The Run, 1950.
Drum Beat (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I Just Came Along For The Ride Observed by Modoc Jim (Frank De Kova) who has a beef with stage driver Satterwhite (Robert Keith), Indian fighter Mackay (Alan Ladd) sent to make peace with the tribe in Oregon, 1872 (actually shot in Sedona, Az), companions Isabel Jewell as Lily, and Audrey Dalton as VIP traveler Nancy, in Delmer Daves’ Drum Beat, 1954.
Written On The Wind (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Welcome To Hadley First appearance of oil tycoon Hadley (Robert Keith), atop his tower in the town named after him, with protege Mitch (Rock Hudson), joined soon by his sobered-up son Kyle (Robert Stack), introducing his new wife Lucy (Lauren Bacall), in Douglas Sirk's Written On The Wind, 1957.
Cimarron (1960) -- (Movie Clip) You're Gonna Get Buried Here Bustle on April 21, 1889, eve of the Oklahoma Land Rush, Yancey and Sabra (Glenn Ford, Maria Schell) meet his old friends the Peglers (Robert Keith, Aline MacMahon) and intervene as Yountis (Charles McGraw) and thugs hassle an Indian (Ben Red Feather) and family, also Harry Morgan as Jesse, in Cimarron, 1960.
Reformer And The Redhead, The (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Man Against Beast Opening from co-writers, directors and producers Norman Panama and Melvin Frank, fat cat Parker (Ray Collins) and daughter (Kathleen Freeman) pontificate while zoologist Kathleen (June Allyson) hurries to support her fired zoo director father (Cecil Kellaway), in The Reformer And The Redhead, 1950.
Young At Heart (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Ready, Willing And Able The Tuttles at the Connecticut beach, before the romantic turmoil, Amy (Elisabeth Fraser) humoring plumber Ernie (Lonny Chapman), then Laurie (Doris Day) with a tune by Floyd Huddleston, Al Rinker and Dick Gleason, for dad (Robert Keith) and boyfriend Alex (Gig Young) in Young At Heart, 1954.
Young At Heart (1954) -- (Movie Clip) The Most Vulgar Diamond Meeting the Tuttles, Fran (Dorothy Malone) home from a momentous date, tells aunt Jessie (Ethel Barrymore) and dad (Robert Keith), Laurie and Amy (Doris Day, Elizabeth Fraser) thrilled but anxious, in the remake of Four Daughters, Young At Heart, 1954, with Frank Sinatra and Gig Young.
Ransom! (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Why Do People Pay? Dave (Glenn Ford) gets mad over the advice he gets from the police chief (Robert Keith), brother Al (Ainslie Pryor) and hard-nosed reporter Charlie (Leslie Nielsen), as word spreads, in Ransom!, 1956.
Ransom! (1956) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Give Her A Shot The police chief (Robert Keith) takes a call, then pulls a gun on a reporter (Leslie Nielsen) as mom Edith (Donna Reed) unravels and the doctor (Alexander Scourby) counsels dad Dave (Glenn Ford) in Ransom!, 1956.



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