Robert Hutton

Robert Hutton


Also Known As
Robert Bruce Winne
Birth Place
Kingston, New York, USA
June 11, 1920
August 07, 1994


Robert Hutton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hutton's earliest roles were in film, including the war "Destination Tokyo" (1944) with Cary Grant, "Janie" (1944) and the musical comedy "Hollywood Canteen" (1944) with The Andrews Sisters. He also appeared in "Roughly Speaking" (1945), "Too Young to Know" (1945) and "Janie Gets Married" (1946). He kept working in f...


Robert Hutton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hutton's earliest roles were in film, including the war "Destination Tokyo" (1944) with Cary Grant, "Janie" (1944) and the musical comedy "Hollywood Canteen" (1944) with The Andrews Sisters. He also appeared in "Roughly Speaking" (1945), "Too Young to Know" (1945) and "Janie Gets Married" (1946). He kept working in film throughout the forties and the fifties, starring in the Robert Young comedy "And Baby Makes Three" (1949), "Beauty on Parade" (1950) and "The Man on the Eiffel Tower" (1950) with Charles Laughton. He also appeared in "The Steel Helmet" (1951). Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in the John Agar sci-fi flick "Invisible Invaders" (1959), the comedy "It Started With a Kiss" (1959) with Glenn Ford and "The Man Without a Body" (1959). He also appeared in "Cinderfella" (1960) and the action flick "You Only Live Twice" (1967) with Sean Connery. Hutton last appeared in "Qb VII" (1973-74). Hutton passed away in August 1994 at the age of 74.



Director (Feature Film)

The Slime People (1963)

Cast (Feature Film)

Tales from the Crypt (1972)
Neighbor [Mr. Baker]
Cry of the Banshee (1970)
Party guest
Trog (1970)
Dr. Richard Warren
Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness? (1969)
Insurance agent
Torture Garden (1968)
Bruce Benton
Finders Keepers (1967)
Carnaby, M. D. (1967)
Rock Stewart
You Only Live Twice (1967)
President's aide
They Came from Beyond Space (1967)
Dr. Curtis Temple
The Vulture (1967)
Eric Lutyens
The Secret Door (1964)
Joe Adams
The Slime People (1963)
Wild Youth (1961)
CinderFella (1960)
Rupert Kingston
The Jailbreakers (1959)
Invisible Invaders (1959)
Dr. John Lamont
It Started with a Kiss (1959)
Alvin Ashley
The Colossus of New York (1958)
Prof. John Carrington
Showdown at Boot Hill (1958)
Man Without a Body (1958)
Dr. Phil Merritt
Outcasts of the City (1958)
Lt. Gerald Seabrook
Scandal Incorporated (1956)
Brad Cameron
Yaqui Drums (1956)
Lute Quigg
The Big Bluff (1955)
Dr. Peter Kirk
Casanova's Big Night (1954)
Raphael, Duc of Castelbello
Paris Model (1953)
Charlie Johnson
Tropical Heat Wave (1952)
Stratford E. Carver
Gobs and Gals (1952)
Lt. Steven F. Smith
Slaughter Trail (1951)
Lt. Morgan
The Racket (1951)
Dave Ames
New Mexico (1951)
Lt. Vermont
The Steel Helmet (1951)
Priv. Bronte
Beauty on Parade (1950)
Gil McRoberts
The Man on the Eiffel Tower (1950)
Bill Kirby
And Baby Makes Three (1949)
Herbert Fletcher
The Younger Brothers (1949)
Johnny Younger
Always Together (1948)
Donn Masters
Wallflower (1948)
Warren James
Smart Girls Don't Talk (1948)
"Doc" Vickers
Time Out of Mind (1947)
Christopher Fortune
Love and Learn (1947)
Bob Grant
Janie Gets Married (1946)
Dick Lawrence
Too Young to Know (1945)
Ira Enright
Roughly Speaking (1945)
John, age 20-28
Destination Tokyo (1944)
Tommy Adams
Janie (1944)
Private Dick Lawrence
Hollywood Canteen (1944)
Corporal Slim Green

Producer (Feature Film)

The Secret Door (1964)
Associate Producer

Cast (Short)

So You Want to Be in Pictures (1947)

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

QB VII (1974)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Destination Tokyo (1943) -- (Movie Clip) I Never Seen A Doll On A Submarine Officers under command of Captain Cassidy (Cary Grant) take the U.S.S. Copperfin out, crewmen Tin Can (Dane Clark), Mike (Tom Tully), Cookie (Alan Hale) and Wolf (John Garfield) introduced, in Delmer Daves' Destination Tokyo, 1943.
Destination Tokyo (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Jap Float Zeroes Surfaced in the Aleutians to pick up Raymond (John Ridgely), Cassidy (Cary Grant) in command as Japanese planes strike, Wolf (John Garfield) and Mike (Tom Tully) among the defenders, impressive action in Destination Tokyo, 1943.
Hollywood Canteen (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought You Were Ann Sheridan The original Hollywoodland sign appears in a montage of wartime Hollywood, as soldiers Slim and Nolan (Robert Hutton, Dane Clark) begin their adventure, Joe E. Brown the first celebrity met, early in the Warner Bros' salute to the movie industry morale project, Hollywood Canteen, 1944.
Hollywood Canteen (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Kiss Giver-Outer In Bert Glennon's camera, Joan Leslie surely never looked prettier, as Bette Davis, "president" of the operation, and John Garfield, a leading volunteer, bend the rules so she can give a smooch to smitten G.I. "Slim" (Robert Hutton), in the Warner Bros' tale about the Hollywood Canteen, 1944.
It Started With A Kiss (1959) -- (Movie Clip) It Gives One Faith In Our Culture A textbook meet-cute (featuring the concept-car Lincoln Futura, which later became the TV Batmobile!), Air Force man Glenn Ford has snuck into the charity ball pursuing the cute blonde showgirl (Debbie Reynolds) borrowing her gown from the night club, openly seeking a husband, Robert Hutton a candidate, in It Started With A Kiss, 1959.
Janie Gets Married (1946) -- (Movie Clip) On An Uninhibited Island With her friend Scooper (Dick Erdman) who’s about to ship out, Joan Leslie (title character) aims to surprise her new husband Dick (Robert Hutton) and his war buddy at the night club, whom he failed to mention was “Spud” (Dorothy Malone), in the Warner Bros. post-war comedy sequel Janie Gets Married, 1946.
Janie Gets Married (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Sort Of A War Emergency On their wedding day, engaged only briefly after his return from the war, Joan Leslie (title character) and Robert Hutton as Dick confer in secret, him disoriented by advice from his dad, her offering a contract, the parents (Edward Arnold, Ann Harding, Robert Benchley, Barbara Brown) intervening, in Janie Gets Married, 1946.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) The Korean National Anthem Awaiting relief in a Buddhist temple in Korea, grizzled sergeant Zack (Gene Evans) saves nervous Driscoll (Steve Brodie) with help from Tankaka (Richard Loo) then reveals a musical trick he's played on his war-orphan sidekick "Short Round" (William Chun), in Samuel Fuller's The Steel Helmet, 1951.
Steel Helmet, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Okay You Ballerinas! With Thompson (James Edwards) guarding "Short Round" (William Chun), sergeant Zack (Gene Evans), having rescued the platoon (Steve Brodie, Robert Hutton, Richard Loo, Richard Monahan et al) he just met from snipers in Korea, agrees to escort them to a jungle temple, in Samuel Fuller's The Steel Helmet, 1951.
Invisible Invaders (1959) -- (Movie Clip) This Is The Corpse Of An Earth Man In the opening with lots of narration we saw John Carradine as nuclear scientist Noymann blow himself up, now his peacenik colleague Penner (Philip Tonge) speaks at his funeral, his own daughter (Jean Byron) and friend (Robert Hutton) attending, when crazy begins, in Invisible Invaders, 1959.
Invisible Invaders (1959) -- (Movie Clip) The Walking Dead Were Everywhere Otherwise invisible spacemen are attacking Earth by taking over the bodies of the dead, so Major Jay (John Agar) is bringing scientist Penner (Philip Tonge) to help fight back (with daughter Jean Byron, friend Robert Hutton) when they meet a nervous farmer (Hal Torey), in Invisible Invaders, 1959.