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Black and white promotional headshot of Robert Mitchum facing right and looking left
In July 1949

Robert Mitchum (1917–1997) was an American actor who appeared in over 110 films and television series over the course of his career. He is ranked 23rd on the American Film Institute's list of the 50 greatest American screen legends of all time.[1] His first credited named role was as Quinn in the 1943 western Border Patrol. That same year he appeared in the films Follow the Band, Beyond the Last Frontier, Cry 'Havoc' and Gung Ho! as well as several Hopalong Cassidy films including Colt Comrades, Bar 20, False Colors, and Riders of the Deadline. In 1944, he starred in the western Nevada as Jim "Nevada" Lacy, and a year later in the film West of the Pecos as Pecos Smith. During the 1940s, he was also cast in the film noirs Undercurrent (1946), Crossfire (1947), Out of the Past (1947) and The Big Steal (1949). Mitchum was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as a world-weary soldier in the 1945 film The Story of G.I. Joe, which received critical acclaim and was a commercial success.[2][3]

He co-starred in films with several Golden Age actresses such as Jane Russell in His Kind of Woman (1951), Marilyn Monroe in River of No Return (1954), and Rita Hayworth in Fire Down Below (1957). He also played numerous military roles such as playing Corporal Allison, USMC in Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (1957), Brigadier General Norman Cota in The Longest Day (1962), Lieutenant Colonel Barney Adams in Man in the Middle (1963), and Admiral William F. Halsey in Midway (1976). Mitchum portrayed serial killer Reverend Harry Powell in The Night of the Hunter (1955), and convicted rapist Max Cady in the neo-noir psychological thriller Cape Fear (1962). Both roles are listed in the AFI's 50 Greatest Screen Villains.[4]

Mitchum departed from his typical screen persona with his critically-acclaimed performance as a mild-mannered schoolmaster in David Lean's epic drama, Ryan's Daughter (1970).[5][6] While the film won two Academy Awards, Mitchum, who was thought to be a contender for a Best Actor nomination, was not nominated.[7] After the success of Ryan's Daughter, Mitchum appeared in crime dramas including The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973), and Farewell, My Lovely (1975).[8] His later film roles between 1980 and 1997 included Nightkill (1980), That Championship Season (1982), Mr. North (1988), Scrooged (1988), and Waiting for Sunset (1995). He was also the narrator for the 1993 western Tombstone.

His television work included playing Victor "Pug" Henry in the mini-series The Winds of War (1983) and again in War and Remembrance (1988). When The Winds of War aired, it was the most watched miniseries at its time.[9] He was also in the 1985 miniseries North and South with Patrick Swayze and the 1989 miniseries Brotherhood of the Rose with Connie Sellecca. He had a recurring role in the TV series A Family for Joe (1990) and African Skies (1992).

Film

1940s

A black and white screenshot of Robert Mitchum on the left and Jane Greer on the right in the film Out of the Past
With Jane Greer in Out of the Past (1947)
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1942 The Magic of Make-up Model Short film [10]
1943 The Human Comedy Quentin "Horse" Gilford Uncredited [11]
1943 Hoppy Serves a Writ Rigney Credited as Bob Mitchum [12]
1943 Aerial Gunner Sgt. Benson Uncredited [13]
1943 Border Patrol Quinn Credited as Bob Mitchum [14]
1943 Follow the Band Tate Winters Credited as Bob Mitchum [15]
1943 Leather Burners Henchman Randall Uncredited [16]
1943 Colt Comrades Dirk Mason Credited as Bob Mitchum [15]
1943 We've Never Been Licked Panhandle Mitchell Credited as Bob Mitchum [15]
1943 The Lone Star Trail Ben Slocum Credited as Bob Mitchum [17]
1943 Beyond the Last Frontier Trigger Dolan Credited as Bob Mitchum [17]
1943 Corvette K-225 Sheppard Uncredited [17]
1943 Bar 20 Richard Adams Credited as Bob Mitchum [17]
1943 Doughboys in Ireland Ernie Jones Credited as Bob Mitchum [18]
1943 False Colors Rip Austin Credited as Bob Mitchum [17]
1943 Minesweeper Seaman Chuck Ryan Uncredited [18]
1943 The Dancing Masters Mickey Halligan Uncredited [19]
1943 Cry 'Havoc' Dying Soldier – 'I'm All Right' Uncredited [10]
1943 Riders of the Deadline Nick Drago [17]
1943 Gung Ho! "Pig-Iron" Matthews [10]
1944 Johnny Doesn't Live Here Any More CPO Jeff Daniels [20]
1944 Mr. Winkle Goes to War Corporal Uncredited [21]
1944 When Strangers Marry Fred Graham [10]
1944 Girl Rush Jimmy Smith [21]
1944 Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo Bob Gray [21]
1944 Nevada Jim "Nevada" Lacy [22]
1945 The Story of G.I. Joe Lt. Walker [23]
1945 West of the Pecos Pecos Smith [24]
1946 Till the End of Time William Tabeshaw [25]
1946 Undercurrent Michael Garroway [10]
1946 The Locket Norman Clyde [10]
1947 Pursued Jeb Rand [26]
1947 Crossfire Keeley [27]
1947 Desire Me Paul Aubert [28]
1947 Out of the Past Jeff aka Build My Gallows High [29]
1948 Rachel and the Stranger Jim Fairways [30]
1948 Blood on the Moon Jim Garry [31]
1949 The Red Pony Billy Buck [32]
1949 The Big Steal Lt. Duke Halliday [10]
1949 Holiday Affair Steve [33]

1950s

Black and white promotional image of Jane Russell (right) and Robert Mitchum in the 1951 movie His Kind of Woman
With Jane Russell in His Kind of Woman (1951)
Black and white promotional image of Tommy Rettig and Robert Mitchum in the 1954 film River of No Return
With Tommy Rettig in River of No Return (1954)
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1950 Where Danger Lives Jeff Cameron [10]
1951 My Forbidden Past Dr. Mark Lucas [33]
1951 His Kind of Woman Dan Milner [10]
1951 The Racket Captain Thomas McQuigg [10]
1952 Macao Nick Cochran [10]
1952 One Minute to Zero Col. Steve Janowski [34]
1952 The Lusty Men Jeff McCloud [35]
1952 Angel Face Frank Jessup [36]
1953 White Witch Doctor John 'Lonni' Douglas [37]
1953 Second Chance Russ Lambert [10]
1954 She Couldn't Say No Dr. Robert Sellers [38]
1954 River of No Return Matt Calder [39]
1954 Track of the Cat Curt Bridges [40]
1955 Not as a Stranger Lucas Marsh [41]
1955 The Night of the Hunter Harry Powell [42]
1955 Man with the Gun Clint Tollinger [43]
1956 Foreign Intrigue Dave Bishop [44]
1956 Bandido Wilson [45]
1957 Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison Cpl. Allison, USMC [46]
1957 Fire Down Below Felix Bowers [47]
1957 The Enemy Below Capt. Murrell [48]
1958 Thunder Road Lucas Doolin [49]
1958 The Hunters Major Cleve Saville [50]
1959 The Angry Hills Mike Morrison [51]
1959 The Wonderful Country Martin Brady [52]

1960-1970s

Screenshot of Robert Mitchum wearing a cowboy hat in the film The Sundowners in 1960
In The Sundowners (1960)
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1960 Home from the Hill Captain Wade Hunnicutt [53]
1960 A Terrible Beauty Dermot O'Neill aka The Night Fighters [54]
1960 The Sundowners Paddy Carmody [55]
1960 The Grass Is Greener Charles Delacro [56]
1961 The Last Time I Saw Archie Archie Hall [57]
1962 Cape Fear Max Cady [58]
1962 The Longest Day Brig. Gen. Norman Cota [59]
1962 Two for the Seesaw Jerry Ryan [60]
1963 The List of Adrian Messenger Slattery Cameo [61]
1963 Rampage Harry Stanton [62]
1963 Man in the Middle Lieutenant Colonel Barney Adams aka The Winston Affair [63]
1964 What a Way to Go! Rod Anderson, Jr. [64]
1965 Mister Moses Joe Moses [65]
1967 The Way West Dick Summers [66]
1967 El Dorado El Dorado Sheriff J.P. Harrah [67]
1968 Villa Rides Lee Arnold [68]
1968 5 Card Stud The Rev. Jonathan Rudd [69]
1968 Anzio Dick Ennis aka The Battle for Anzio [70]
1968 Secret Ceremony Albert [71]
1969 Young Billy Young Deputy Ben Kane [72]
1969 The Good Guys and the Bad Guys Jim Flagg [73]
1970 Ryan's Daughter Charles [74]
1970 A Movable Scene Narrator Short film, first in The Distant Drummer documentary series [75]
1970 A Movable Feast Narrator Short film; second in The Distant Drummer documentary series [76]
1971 Going Home Harry K. Graham [77]
1972 The Wrath of God Father Oliver Van Horne [78]
1973 The Friends of Eddie Coyle Eddie "Fingers" Coyle [79]
1974 The Yakuza Harry Kilmer [10]
1975 Farewell, My Lovely Marlowe [80]
1976 Midway Admiral William F. Halsey [81]
1976 The Last Tycoon Pat Brady [82]
1977 The Amsterdam Kill Larry Quinlan [83]
1978 The Big Sleep Philip Marlowe [84]
1978 Matilda Duke Parkhurst [85]
1979 Breakthrough Col. Rogers [86]

1980s–1990s

Year Title Role(s) Notes Ref.
1980 The Agency Ted Quinn aka Mind Games [87]
1980 Nightkill Donner / Rodriguez [88]
1982 That Championship Season Coach Delaney [89]
1984 The Ambassador Peter Hacker [90]
1984 Maria's Lovers Ivan's Father [91]
1988 Mr. North Mr. Bosworth [92]
1988 Scrooged Preston Rhinelander [93]
1990 Présumé dangereux Prof. Forrester aka Believed Violent [94]
1990 Midnight Ride Dr. Hardy [95]
1991 Cape Fear Lieutenant Elgart [96]
1992 Les sept péchés capitaux Dieu [97]
1993 Tombstone Narrator Voice [98]
1994 Woman of Desire Walter J. Hill [99]
1995 Backfire! Marshal Marc Marshall [100]
1995 Dead Man John Dickinson [101]
1995 Waiting for Sunset Ernest Bogan aka Waiting for Sunset [102]
1997 James Dean: Live Fast, Die Young George Stevens [103]

Television

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1982 One Shoe Makes It Murder Harold Shillman TV film [104]
1983 A Killer in the Family Gary Tison TV film [105]
1983 The Winds of War Victor "Pug" Henry Mini-series (7 episodes) [106]
1985 North and South Patrick Flynn Mini-series (6 episodes) [107]
1985 Promises to Keep Jack Palmer TV film [108]
1985 Reunion at Fairborough Carl Hostrup TV film [109]
1986 Thompson's Last Run  – TV film; aka The Last Run [110]
1987 The Equalizer Richard Dyson Episode: "Mission: McCall: Part 1 & 2" [10]
1988 War and Remembrance Victor 'Pug' Henry Mini-series (12 episodes) [106]
1989 Brotherhood of the Rose John Eliot Mini-series [111]
1989 Jake Spanner, Private Eye Jake Spanner TV film [112]
1992 African Skies Sam Dutton 17 episodes [113]
1990 A Family for Joe Joe Whitaker 9 episodes [114]
1990 Waiting for the Wind  – Short film [115]
1995 The Marshal Frank MacBride Episode: "The New Marshal" [116]

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