Bob Burns

Portrait Bob BurnsActor - USA
Born November 21, 1884 in Glendive, Montana, USA
Died March 14, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Bob Burns was born on November 21, 1884 in Glendive, Montana, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Up the River (1930), Woman they almost lynched (1953), Gun Glory (1957), Bob Burns's first movie on record is from 1911. He was married to Julia Bearcroft. Bob Burns died on March 14, 1957 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1957.

Bob Burns Filmography [Auszug]
1957: [] Gun Glory (Cast: Townsman (/xx/) ), Directed by Roy Rowland, with Rhonda Fleming, Stewart Granger, Jacques Aubuchon,
1953: [03.20] Woman they almost lynched (Cast: Townsman (/xx/)), Directed by Allan Dwan, with John Lund, Brian Donlevy, Audrey Totter,
1950: [05.22] The Savage Horde (Cast: Gambler (/xx/)), Directed by Joseph Kane, with Bill Elliott, Lorna Gray, Grant Withers,
1945: [02.07] Hangover Square (Cast: Concertgoer (/xx/)), Directed by John Brahm, with Laird Cregar, Linda Darnell, George Sanders,
1932: [12.30] Back Street (Cast: Horsecar Driver (/xx/) ), Directed by John M. Stahl, with Irene Dunne, John Boles, June Clyde,
1930: [10.12] Up the River (Cast), Directed by John Ford, with Spencer Tracy, Warren Hymer, Humphrey Bogart,
1929: [10.20] The Cock-Eyed World (Cast: Connors), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe, Lili Damita,
1920: [06.13] The mollycoddle (Cast: Barfly (/xx/)), Directed by Victor Fleming, with Douglas Fairbanks, Ruth Renick, Wallace Beery,
1919: [12.29] The Counterfeit Trail (Cast: (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Edward A. Kull, with Magda Lane, ,
1918: [08.24] The Widow Dangerous (Cast: Cherokee Hall ), Directed by Allen Watt, with Hattie Buskirk, , Patricia Palmer,
1918: [08.10] The Jest of Talky Jones (Cast: Cherokee Hall (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Lewis A. Watts, with Carol Holloway, Hattie Buskirk,
1918: [08.05] The Marquis and Miss Sally (Cast: (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Allen Watt, with Patricia Palmer, , ,
1918: [07.27] The Winning of the Mocking Bird (Cast: Cherokee Hall (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Lewis A. Watts, with Carol Holloway, William A. Berke,
1918: [07.13] The Coming of Faro Nell (The Arrival of Faro Nell) (Cast: Cherokee Hall (as Robert Burns)), Directed by George L. Sargent, with Patricia Palmer, Hattie Buskirk,
1918: [06.29] The Dismissal of Silver Phil (Cast: Cherokee Hall (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Lewis A. Watts, with Patricia Palmer, George Holt,
1918: [06.22] Faro Nell, Lookout (Cast: Cherokee Hall), Directed by George L. Sargent, with Patricia Palmer,
1918: [06.01] The Clients of Aaron Green (Cast: Cherokee Hall), Directed by N. N., with Patricia Palmer, ,
1918: [04.15] The Girl from Beyond (A Texan Romance (Working title)) (Cast: Dick Stewart), Directed by William Wolbert, with Nell Shipman, Gayne Whitman,
1917: [01.27] Eyes of the World (Cast: (as Robert Burns)), Directed by Donald Crisp, with Monroe Salisbury, Jack Livingstone, Jane Novak,
1914: [12.05] Who Shot Bud Walton? (Cast: (as Robert Burns) ), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Sam de Grasse, Raoul Walsh, Eugene Pallette,
1914: [11.22] The Saving Grace (Cast: (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Fred Burns, Dorothy Gish, George Siegmann,
1914: [05.01] The Quicksands (Cast: (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Courtenay Foote, Lillian Gish, Fay Tincher,
1913: [11.29] The Blue or the Gray (Cast: The Second Rival), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, James Kirkwood,
1913: [07.19] During the Round Up (Cast: The Foreman's Brother (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with , Lillian Gish, Henry B. Walthall,
1913: [04.08] The Transition (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Charles Bennett, Mary Charleson, George Stanley,
1913: [01.14] Winning Hand (Cast: The Sheriff (AKA Robert Burns) ), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Robert Thornby, Mary Charleson,
1913: [01.04] A Bit of Blue Ribbon (Cast: Steve (AKA Robert Burns) ), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Mary Charleson, Charles Bennett, Anne Schaefer,
1912: [12.11] Natoosa (Cast: A Cowboy (AKA Robert Burns) ), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Mary Charleson, Robert Thornby,
1912: [11.20] Timid May (Cast: Steve (AKA Robert Burns) ), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Mary Charleson, George Stanley,
1912: [10.22] The Spirit of the Range (Cast: Dick Owens (AKA Robert Burns) ), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Mary Charleson, Fred Burns,
1912: [09.25] Bill Wilson's Gal (Cast: Bill Wilson (AKA Robert Burns) ), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Mary Charleson, George Stanley,
1912: [09.17] The Troubled Trail (Cast: Happy Jack - the Rancher ), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with George Stanley, Mary Charleson,
1912: [06.21] Her Brother (Cast: Tom Clarke, Kate's Brother (AKA Robert Burns)), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Anne Schaefer, Fred Burns,
1912: [05.25] The Redemption of Ben Farland (Cast: Ben Farland (as Robert Burns)), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Charles Bennett, Edna Fisher,
1911: [11.15] Their Charming Mama (Cast: (AKA Robert Burns) (--??--)), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson, with Earle Williams, Hazel Neason, Lillian Walker,

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