Robert Young


Life Events



West Point Of The Air - (Original Trailer) An army sergeant (Wallace Beery) inspires his son to become an ace flyer and join the West Point of the Air (1935).
Journey for Margaret - (Original Trailer) An American correspondent (Robert Young) tries to adopt two children orphaned during the London blitz in Journey for Margaret (1942).
Honolulu - (Original Trailer) A movie star trades places with a Hawaiian plantation owner in Honolulu (1939) starring Eleanor Powell and Robert Young.
Sporting Blood (1940) - (Original Trailer) A young man (Robert Young) trying to rebuild the family racing stables falls for the daughter of a bitter rival in Sporting Blood (1940).
Bride Wore Red, The - (Original Trailer) A rare vocal by the star featured in this trailer, Joan Crawford in the story of a chorus girl who crashes an exclusive Swiss resort to snare a rich husband in The Bride Wore Red, 1937, directed by Dorothy Arzner.
Navy Blue And Gold - (Re-issue Trailer) James Stewart and Robert Young play young Navy cadets in Navy Blue And Gold (1937), directed by Sam Wood.
Mortal Storm, The - (Original Trailer) The Third Reich's rise tears apart a German family in The Mortal Storm (1940), starring Margaret Sullavan & James Stewart.
That Forsyte Woman - (Original Trailer) Greer Garson and Errol Flynn team up for a Technicolor dip into the Forsyte Saga in That Forsyte Woman (1949).
Enchanted Cottage, The - (Original Trailer) A scarred veteran and a homely woman are transformed by love in The Enchanted Cottage (1945) starring Dorothy McGuire and Robert Young.
Married Bachelor - (Original Trailer) Robert Young is a famous bachelor who writes about romance. The only problem is he's married...and his wife's expecting in Married Bachelor (1941).
Three Comrades - (Original Trailer) Three Comrades (1938), Erich Maria Remarque's novel about three friends in Germany between the wars, was adapted for the screen by famed novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Canterville Ghost, The - (Original Trailer) A ghost (Charles Laughton) who died a coward tries to inspire U.S. GIs to become heroes in The Canterville Ghost (1944), directed by Jules Dassin.