Robert Armstrong

Actor - USA
Born November 20, 1880 in Saginaw, Michigan, USA
Died April 20, 1973 in Santa Monica, CA, USA

Robert Armstrong was born on November 20, 1880 in Saginaw, Michigan, USA. He was an American Actor, known for The Fugitive (1947), Paleface (1948), Mighty Joe Young (1949), Robert Armstrong's first movie on record is from 1928. Robert Armstrong died on April 20, 1973 in Santa Monica, CA, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1958.

Robert Armstrong Filmography [Auszug]
1958: [] Girl with an Itch (Cast: Ben Cooper), Directed by Ronald V. Ashcroft, with , Robert Clarke,
1949: [/ /1] Mighty Joe Young (Cast), Directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack, with Ben Johnson, Terry Moore,
1948: [/ /1] Paleface (Cast: Terris), Directed by Norman Z. McLeod, with Nestor Paiva, Bob Hope, Jane Russell,
1947: [] The Fugitive (Cast), Directed by John Ford, with Henry Fonda, Pedro Armendáriz,
1946: [] Decoy (Cast), Directed by Jack Bernhard, with Jean Gillie, Sheldon Leonard,
1946: [] Criminal Court (Cast), Directed by Robert Wise, with Tom Conway, Martha O'Driscoll, June Clayworth,
1945: [] Blood in the Sun (Cast), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with James Cagney,
1943: [07.23] Wings Over the Pacific (Cast: Pieter Van Bronk ), Directed by Phil Rosen, with Inez Cooper, Edward Norris, Montagu Love,
1935: [20.28] Remember last night (Hangover Murders (Working title)) (Cast: Flannagan), Directed by James Whale, with Edward Arnold, Robert Young, Constance Cummings,
1935: [/ /1] G-Men (Cast: Jeff McCord), Directed by William Keighley, with James Cagney, Noel Madison, Edward Pawley,
1935: [] Little big shot (Cast), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Sybil Jason, Glenda Farrell,
1934: [/ /1] Search for Beauty (Cast), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Tammany Young, Ida Lupino, Roscoe Karns,
1934: [] Palooka (Cast: Pete Palooka), Directed by Benjamin Stoloff, with Jimmy Durante, Lupe Velez, Stuart Erwin,
1933: [] Billion Dollar Scandal (Cast), with Constance Cummings, James Gleason,
1933: [03.10] Fast Workers (Cast: Bucker Reilly), Directed by Tod Browning, with John Gilbert, Mae Clarke,
1932: [09.16] The most dangerous game (The Hounds of Zaroff) (Cast: Martin ), Directed by Irving Pichel, Ernest B. Schoedsack, with Joel McCrea, Fay Wray,
1932: [/ /1] The lost squadron (Cast), Directed by George Archaimbaud, with Mary Astor, Richard Dix,
1932: [] Hold 'Em Jail (Cast: Radiosprecher), Directed by Norman Taurog, with Edna May Oliver, John Sheehan, ,
1931: [11.20] Suicide Fleet (Cast: Dutch Herman), Directed by Albert S. Rogell, with Billy Boyd, James Gleason,
1931: [10.16] The Tip-Off (Cast), Directed by Albert S. Rogell, with Eddie Quillan, Ginger Rogers,
1931: [/ /1] Iron Man (Cast), Directed by Tod Browning, with Lew Ayres, Sammy Blum, Ned Sparks,
1930: [12.30] Paid (Cast: Joe Garson), Directed by Sam Wood, with Joan Crawford,
1930: [] Danger Lights (Cast: Larry Doyle), Directed by George B. Seitz, with Louis Wolheim, Jean Arthur,
1929: [11.09] The Racketeer (Cast: Mahlon Keane), Directed by Howard Higgin, with Carole Lombard, Roland Drew,
1929: [] Big News (Cast: Steve Banks), Directed by Gregory La Cava, with Carole Lombard, Louis Payne,
1928: [10.21] Show Folks (Cast: Owens - Promoter), Directed by Paul L. Stein, with Eddie Quillan, Lina Basquette, Carole Lombard,
1928: [02.26] A girl in every port (Cast: Salami ), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Victor McLaglen, Louise Brooks,

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