Robert Ryan

Portrait Robert Ryan
Actor - USA
Born November 11, 1913 in Chicago, IL, USA
Died July 11, 1973 in New York, NY, US

Mini-Biography:
Robert Ryan was born on November 11, 1913 in Chicago, IL, USA. He was an American Actor, known for Hour of the Gun (1967), The Outfit (1973), The Canadians (1961), Robert Ryan's first movie on record is from 1939. Robert Ryan died on July 11, 1973 in New York, NY, US. His last motion picture on file dates from 1974.

Robert Ryan Filmography [Auszug]
1974: Executive action (Cast: Foster), Directed by David Miller, with John Anderson, Will Geer, Gilbert Green,
1973: The Outfit (Cast: Mailer), Directed by John Flynn, with Joe Don Baker, Karen Black, Timothy Carey,
1973: The Man without a country (Cast: Vaughan),
1973: The Iceman Cometh (Cast: Larry Slade), with Fredric March, Bradford Dillman,
1973: Lolly-Madonna XXX (The Lolly-Madonna war) (Cast: Pap Gutshall),
1972: La Course du lièvre à travers les champs (Cast: Charley), Directed by René Clément, with Tisa Farrow, Jean Gaven, André Lawrence,
1971: The Love Machine (Cast: Gregory Austin),
1970: Lawman (Cast: Marshall Cotton Ryan), Directed by Michael Winner, with Burt Lancaster, Lee J. Cobb,
1970: The Front Page (Cast: Walter Burns),
1969: Captain Nemo and The Underwater City (Cast: Kapitän Nemo), Directed by James Hill, with Kenneth Connor, Chuck Connors, Allan Cuthbertson,
1969: The wild bunch (Cast: Deke Thornton), Directed by Sam Peckinpah, with William Holden, Ernest Borgnine,
1968: Lo sbarco di Anzio (The Battle for Anzio) (Cast: Lt. General Carson), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, Duilio Coletti, with Mark Damon, Peter Falk, Earl Holliman,
1968: Un minuto per pregare, un instante per morire (A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die, Dead or Alive) (Cast: Governor Lem Carter), Directed by Franco Giraldi, with Alex Cord, Arthur Kennedy,
1967: Hour of the Gun (Cast: Ike Clanton), Directed by John Sturges, with Michael Tolan, Karl Swenson, Austin Willis,
1967: Custer of the West (Cast: Sergeant Mulligan), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Jeffrey Hunter, Robert Shaw,
1967: The Busy Body (Cast: Charley Barker), Directed by William Castle, with Sid Caesar,
1967: The dirty dozen (Cast: Col. Everett Dasher Breed), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson,
1966: The Professionals (Cast: Hans Ehrengard), Directed by Richard Brooks, with Ralph Bellamy, Claudia Cardinale, Burt Lancaster,
1965: Battle of the Bulge (Das war die Ardennenschlacht) (Cast: General Grey), Directed by Ken Annakin, with Dana Andrews, Robert Shaw, Telly Savalas,
1965: La guerre secrète (The Dirty Game) (Cast: General Bruce), Directed by Terence Young, Werner Klinger, with Henry Fonda, Vittorio Gassman,
1962: Billy Budd (Cast: John Claggart), Directed by Peter Ustinov, with Melvyn Douglas, Ronald Lewis, Niall MacGinnis,
1961: The Canadians (Cast: Capt. W. Gannon), Directed by Burt Kennedy, with John Dehner, Teresa Stratas,
1961: King of Kings (Cast: Johannes der Täufer), Directed by Nicholas Ray, with Ron Randell, Maurice Marsac, Viveca Lindfors,
1961: The longest day (Cast: Brigadegeneral James M. Gavin), Directed by Darryl F. Zanuck, Andrew V. Marton, with Michael Medwin, Mark Damon, Sean Connery,
1960: Ice Palace (Cast: Thor Storm), Directed by Vincent Sherman, with Jim Backus, Diane McBain,
1959: Day of the Outlaw (Cast: Blaise Starrett), Directed by André de Toth, with Burl Ives, Tina Louise,
1959: Odds against tomorrow (Cast: Earl Slater), Directed by Robert Wise, with Ed Begley, Harry Belafonte,
1958: God's little acre (Cast: Ty Ty Walden), Directed by Anthony Mann, with Buddy Hackett, Tina Louise, Aldo Ray,
1958: Lonelyhearts (Miss Lonelyheart) (Cast: William Shrike), Directed by Vincent J. Donehue, with Montgomery Clift, Maureen Stapleton,
1956: The proud ones (Cast: Cass Silver), Directed by Robert D. Webb, with Virginia Mayo, Jeffrey Hunter,
1956: Men in War (Cast: Lt. Benson), Directed by Anthony Mann, with Aldo Ray, Robert Keith,
1956: Back from Eternity (Cast: Bill),
1955: House of Bamboo (Cast: Sandy Dawson), Directed by Samuel Fuller, with Brad Dexter, Biff Elliot, Sessue Hayakawa,
1955: The Tall men (Cast: Nathan Stark), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Clark Gable, Cameron Mitchell, Jane Russell,
1955: Escape to Burma (Cast: Jim Brecan), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Reginald Denny, David Farrar,
1954: About Mrs. Leslie (Cast: George Leslie), Directed by Daniel Mann, with Jack Larson, Shirley Booth,
1954: Bad Day at Black Rock (Cast: Reno Smith), Directed by John Sturges, with Spencer Tracy, Lee Marvin,
1954: Her twelve men (Her 12 men, Miss Baker's Dozen) (Cast: Joe Hargrave), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with James Arness, Rex Thompson, Barry Sullivan,
1954: Alaska Seas (Cast: Matt Kelly),
1953: Inferno (Cast: Carson), Directed by Roy Ward Baker, with Robert Adler, Carl Betz, Robert Burton,
1952: Clash by Night (Cast: Earl Pfeiffer), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Keith Andes, Nancy Duke, Deborah Stewart,
1952: Beware, My Lovely (Cast: Howard Wilton), Directed by Harry Horner, with Taylor Holmes, Ida Lupino,
1952: Horizons West (Texas Man) (Cast: Dan Hammond), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with Julie Adams, Judith Braun,
1952: The Naked Spur (Cast: Ben Vandergroat), Directed by Anthony Mann, with James Stewart, Janet Leigh,
1952: City beneath the sea (Cast: Brad Carlton), Directed by Budd Boetticher, with Suzan Ball, George Mathews, Mala Powers,
1951: On dangerous ground (Cast: Jim Wilson), Directed by Nicholas Ray, with Ida Lupino, Ward Bond,
1951: Flying Leathernecks (Cast: Captain Carl Griffin), Directed by Nicholas Ray, with James Bell, Janis Carter, Jay C. Flippen,
1951: Best of the Badmen (Cast: Jeff Clanton), Directed by William D. Russell, with Claire Trevor, Robert Preston,
1951: Hard, Fast and Beautiful (Mother of a Champion) (Cast: Cameo in Audience), Directed by Ida Lupino, with Claire Trevor, Sally Forrest, Carleton Young,
1951: The Racket (Cast: Nick Scanlon), Directed by John Cromwell, with Robert Mitchum, Lizabeth Scott,
1950: Born to be bad (Bed of Roses) (Cast: Nick Bradley), Directed by Nicholas Ray, with Virginia Farmer, Mel Ferrer, Bess Flowers,
1950: The secret fury (Cast: David McLean), Directed by Mel Ferrer, with Claudette Colbert, Jane Cowl,
1949: Caught (Cast: Smith Ohlrig), Directed by Max Ophüls, John Berry, with Curt Bois, Ruth Brady, Frank Ferguson,
1949: The Set-up (Cast: Stoker), Directed by Robert Wise, with Audrey Totter, Alan Baxter,
1949: I married a Communist (The Woman on Pier 13) (Cast: Bradley Collins / Frank Johnson ), Directed by Robert Stevenson, with Laraine Day, John Agar,
1948: Boy with the green hair (Anderes... (0)), Directed by Joseph Losey, with Pat O'Brien, Regis Toomey,
1948: Act of Violence (Cast: Joe Parkson), Directed by Fred Zinnemann, with Mary Astor, Van Heflin, Taylor Holmes,
1948: Berlin Express (Cast: Robert Lindley), Directed by Jacques Tourneur, with Merle Oberon, Charles Korvin,
1948: Return Of The Badmen (Cast: Sundance Kid), Directed by Ray Enright, with Randolph Scott, Anne Jeffreys,
1947: Crossfire (Cast: Montgomery), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Gloria Grahame, George Cooper, Robert Mitchum,
1947: Trail Street (Cast: Allan Harper), Directed by Ray Enright, with Randolph Scott, Anne Jeffreys,
1947: The woman on the beach (Cast: Lt. Scott Burnett), Directed by Jean Renoir, with Joan Bennett, Charles Bickford, Nan Leslie,
1946: Trailstreet (Cast), with Randolph Scott,
1944: Marine Raiders (Cast: Captain Dan Craig),
1943: Behind the rising sun (Cast: Lefty O'Doyle), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Donald Douglas, Fred Essler, George Givot,
1943: Bombardier (Cast),
1943: The Sky's the Limit (Cast: Reginald Fenton),
1943: Gangway for Tomorrow (Cast: Joe Dunham),
1943: Tender Comrade (Cast: Chris Jones), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Ginger Rogers, Ruth Hussey,
1943: The Iron Major (Cast: Reverend Timothy Donovan),
1941: The feminine touch (Cast: Bit Part), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke,
1940: North West Mounted Police (Cast: Constable Dumont), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Gary Cooper, Madeleine Carroll, Preston Foster,
1940: The Ghost Breakers (Cast), with Dolores Moran,
1940: Queen of the Mob (Cast),
1940: The Texas Rangers ride again (Cast: Eddie), Directed by James P. Hogan,
1939: Golden Gloves (Cast: Pete Wells), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with J. Carrol Naish,

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