We'd shoot all night at RKO [The Locket (1946)], then I'd report to Undercurrent (1946) from seven in the morning until noon, when I'd be flown to Monterey to work all afternoon with Greer Garson [Desire Me (1947)]. One would say, "He's a heart-broken Byronic."
Joe,'' a film about Ernie Pyle's war reporting, won him an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor in 1945. Harry Powell, the murderous villain he played in The Night of the Hunter (1955), was his favorite role. He was voted the 61st Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly. From there it's all downhill. People think I have an interesting walk.
He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6240 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on January 25, 1984. His driving license from 1950 gave his height as 6' even, one inch less that was always reported.
Addressed the Republican National Convention in 1992. One thing I've learned is that the greatest fuckin' slavery is ignorance, and the biggest commodity is ignorance -- the dissemination of ignorance, the sale and burgeoning marketing of ignorance. But associates respected him as one of the most talented and dedicated people in their profession, a no-nonsense craftsman who was always punctual, word perfect in his lines and a battler for making his movies better. Dwight Whitney wrote in "TV Guide" on June 7, 1969 about Mitchum that there is the "suggestion, implicit in every utterance, that within the body of this 'movie-star' lies imprisoned the soul of a poet.". Mitchum found its way to Long Seaside, California in 1936 and stayed along with his sister Julie who convinced him to become listed on the neighborhood theater guild along with her. [on working with Faye Dunaway] When I got here I walked in thinking I was a star and then I found I was supposed to do everything the way she says. Another would say, "No, he ain't; he's an all-American boy."
They just let you do more. In 1975 he was offered his high school diploma if he attended a ceremony at his old school. All contributed to his wealth. Every now and then, some guy gets the hots and figures to go home and tell his old lady he just decked that motherfucker Mitchum. That's not true. Is the subject of the song "Robert Mitchum" by Swedish singer [['Olle Ljungström']], available on his album "Världens Räddaste Man" (translates "The World's Most Terrified Man"). Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in. His performance as Rev. I decided I didn't want it. He attributed his trademark sleepy-eyed look to chronic insomnia and a boxing injury that resulted in astigmatism. His best-known films include The Story of G.I. I'm just too drunk to say 'em. He was 79. He was a quite problematic boy, frequently getting into trouble. His sons James Mitchum and Christopher Mitchum are actors, as is his grandson Bentley Mitchum. I turned down Patton (1970) and I turned down Dirty Harry (1971). Robert Mitchum became identified when he started to appear in classic movies noir. His vocal support for the Vietnam War failed to affect his appeal with American youth, and in 1968, a poll of teenagers declared him the coolest celebrity. In 1947 he and Gary Gray recorded the songs from Rachel and the Stranger (1948) for Delta Records' soundtrack album. I was the staff hero. Is mentioned in the Queens of the Stone Age song "The Fun Machine Took a Shit and Died", off their 2007 album "Era Vulgaris".
Critic Greg Adams writes that "Unlike most celebrity vocalists, Robert Mitchum actually had musical talent."
Though he continued to use his singing voice in his film work, he waited until 1967 to record his follow-up record album, "That Man, Robert Mitchum, Sings," which charted at number 35 on the US Country chart.
He's full of warts and dandruff and he's probably got a hernia too, but he sees me up there on the screen and he thinks if that bum can make it, I can be president.
Make up some more if you want to. At 6240 Hollywood Blvd. Mitchum, a real-life veteran of a Southern chain gang, did not believe the premise that a black man and a white man would be chained together and said that such a thing would never happen in the South. Dwight Whitney wrote in "TV Guide" on June 7, 1969 about Mitchum that there is the "suggestion, implicit in every utterance , that within the body of this 'movie-star'" lies imprisoned the soul of a poet.". He worked at Lockheed Aircraft, where job stress caused him to suffer temporary blindness. I often regret my good reviews, because there is no point in doing something I know to be inferior and then I find I have come off the best in the film. I don't really deserve all I've gotten. Mr. Mitchum helped to popularize film noir in the 1940's and was a major figure in the 1970's revival of the somber, cynical genre, with movies like ''The Friends of Eddie Coyle'' (1973) and remakes of ''Farewell, My Lovely'' (1975) and ''The Big Sleep'' (1978), in which he played Raymond Chandler's noble private eye Philip Marlowe.
He portrayed a gallant marine opposite Deborah Kerr's nun in ''Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison'' (1957), an earthy Australian sheep drover in ''The Sundowners'' (1960) and a sadistic killer in ''Cape Fear'' (1962). His father died in a train accident when he was two, and Robert and his siblings (including brother John Mitchum, later also an actor) were raised by his mother and stepfather (a British army major) in Connecticut, New York, and Delaware.
I've still got the same attitude I had when I started. He moved into television in the 1980s as his film opportunities diminished, winning new fans with The Winds of War (1983) and War and Remembrance (1988). I have two acting styles: with and without a horse.
He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to Ann Harriet (Gunderson), a Norwegian immigrant, and James Thomas Mitchum, a shipyard/railroad worker. Six books have been written about me but I've only met two of the authors. Died one day before his The Big Sleep (1978) co-star James Stewart. Robert Charles Durman Mitchum attended Haaren High School, New York, left at age 14.. Robert Mitchum is a member of Richest Celebrities and Movie Actors. North'' (1988). He is survived by his wife, of Montecido, Calif.; two sons, James, of Paradise Valley, Ariz., and Christopher, of Santa Barbara, Calif.; a daughter, Petrine, of Burbank, Calif.; a brother, John, of Sonora, Calif., and two sisters, Julie Mitchum of Sonora and Carol Allen of Hendersonville, Tenn. Brother of John Mitchum and Julie Mitchum. Joe (1945), Crossfire (1947), Out from the Past (1947), THE NIGHT TIME of the Hunter (1955), and Cape Dread (1962).
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