Robert Coote

Robert Coote




Cast (Feature Film)

Institute for Revenge (1979)
Target Risk (1975)
Julian Ulrich
Theatre Of Blood (1973)
Oliver Larding
Kenner (1969)
Prudence and the Pill (1968)
Henry Hardcastle
The Cool Ones (1967)
Stanley Krumley
The Swinger (1966)
Sir Hubert Charles
A Man Could Get Killed (1966)
The V.I.P.s (1963)
John Coburn
The League of Gentlemen (1961)
Bunny Warren
Merry Andrew (1958)
Dudley Larabee
The Horse's Mouth (1958)
Sir William Beeder
The Swan (1956)
Capt. Wunderlich
The Constant Husband (1955)
The Fighting Pimpernel (1954)
Sir Andrew ffoulkes
Scaramouche (1952)
Gaston Binet
The Merry Widow (1952)
Marquis De Crillon
The Prisoner of Zenda (1952)
Fritz von Tarlenheim
Othello (1952)
Othello (1952)
The Desert Fox (1951)
British medical officer
Soldiers Three (1951)
Major Mercer
The Red Danube (1949)
Brigadier C. M. V. Catlock
The Three Musketeers (1948)
Berlin Express (1948)
[James] Sterling
Forever Amber (1947)
Sir Thomas Dudley
Lured (1947)
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)
The Exile (1947)
[Dick] Pinner
A Matter of Life and Death (1947)
Forever and a Day (1943)
Blind officer
Commandos Strike at Dawn (To Be Deleted) (1942)
Vigil in the Night (1940)
Dr. Caley
You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940)
Nurse Edith Cavell (1939)
Gunga Din (1939)
[Bertie] Higginbotham
Mr. Moto's Last Warning (1939)
The House of Fear (1939)
Robert Morton
Bad Lands (1939)
Rangle River (1939)
Reginald Mannister
The Girl Downstairs (1938)
Blond Cheat (1938)
Gilbert Potts
A Yank at Oxford (1938)
The Thirteenth Chair (1937)
The Sheik Steps Out (1937)
Lord Eustace Byington

Cast (Special)

The Ambassador (1974)
Lord North

Life Events


Stage acting debut


Movie Clip

Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) We Were Swindled First appearance by India corps sergeants MacChesney (Victor McLaglen), Ballantine (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) and Cutter (Cary Grant), summoned to commander Weed (Montagu Love), in George Stevens' Gunga Din, 1939.
Yank At Oxford, A (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Perfectly Beautiful Enemy American jock Lee Sheridan (Robert Taylor) on the train to Oxford, introduces himself to fellow students Beaumont, Wavertree and Ramsey (Griffith Jones, Robert Coote, Peter Croft) when Beaumont's sister Molly (Maureen O'Sullivan) arrives, and a gag is pulled, in A Yank At Oxford, 1938.
Cool Ones, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Some Of These Diddy-Bops 35 minutes into the feature top-billed Roddy McDowall appears as rock promoter Tony Krum, Robert Coote his sycophant brother Stanley, pushing his would-be pop-star duo, ingenue Hallie (Debbie Watson) and washed-up Cliff (Gil Peterson), Nita Talbot and Jim Begg the hangers-on, shooting at the Palm Springs airport, in The Cool Ones, 1967.
Kenner (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Procession Of Sacred Cows In Bombay, Brit Henderson (Robert Coote), appearing to act in good will, is actually surprised that the knockout drops he had slipped into American merchant sailor Jim Brown’s (the title character) drink haven’t worked yet, in Brown’s first starring role, independent director Steve Sekely working on location, in Kenner, 1969.
Merry Andrew (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Chin Up, Stout Fellow Public school teacher Andrew Larrabee (Danny Kaye) receives brothers Matthew (Noel Purcell) and Dudley (Robert Coote), who advise him to stand up to their father, his headmaster, their voices dubbed for the song by Saul Chaplin and Johnny Mercer, early in Merry Andrew, 1958.
Othello (1952) -- (Movie Clip) There Was Once In Venice Framed by his own funeral, the writer director and star Orson Welles narrates his own redaction from Shakespeare, introducing himself, his bride Desdemona (Suzanne Cloutier), and her hapless suitor Roderigo (Robert Coote) with treacherous Iago (Michael MacLiammoir), in Othello 1952.
Othello (1952) -- (Movie Clip) My Heart Upon My Sleeve Orson Welles (writer, director and Shakespeare’s title character) and Desdemona (Suzanne Cloutier) face anger over their now-public marriage, as he prepares to leave Venice for military duty, his aide Iago (Michael Macliammoir), with Roderigo (Robert Coote), secretly furious, in Othello, 1952.
Ghost And Mrs. Muir, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) This House Won't Suit You English seaside rental agent Coombe (Robert Coote) has been reluctant to offer this most affordable house to plucky London widow Lucy Muir (Gene Tierney), the reason soon becoming clear, in Joseph L. Mankiewicz's The Ghost And Mrs. Muir, 1947, also starring Rex Harrison.
Berlin Express (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Displaced Persons Continuing narration, on location at Gare de l'Este in Paris, American Lindley (Robert Ryan) already introduced, we meet characters played by Peter von Zerneck, Merle Oberon, Charles Korvin, Roman Toporov, Robert Coote and Fritz Cortner, in Jacques Tourneur's spy drama, Berlin Express, 1948.
Exile, The (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Lady Of Quality Epic single takes from director Max Ophuls, innkeeper Katie (Rita Corday) and incognito exiled king Charles (writer and producer Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) with his impostor (Robert Coote), recieving a footman (William Trenk), then shrewd Countess Anbella (Maria Montez), in The Exile, 1947.
Three Musketeers, The (1948) --(Movie Clip) Four Against Five Gene Kelly's D'Artagnan arrives to duel Athos (Van Heflin), whose seconds Porthos (Gig Young) and Aramis (Robert Coote) are duly surprised, offenses forgotten when Jussac (Sol Gorss) arrives leading the cardinal's guards, in MGM's all-star The Three Musketeers, 1948.
Gunga Din (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Pebble In Me Left Boot Engagement party for Ballantine (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) and his new bride (Joan Fontaine), his replacement Higginbotham (Robert Coote) is eliminated by means of spiked punch by Cutter (Cary Grant) and MacChesney (Victor McLaglen), in Gunga Din, 1939.