Robert Arthur

Highest Rated: 100% The Big Heat (1953)
Lowest Rated: 14% Hellfighters (1968)
Birthday: Nov 1, 1909
Birthplace: Not Available
American screenwriter and producer Robert Arthur, born Robert A. Feder, began writing scripts in 1937 working for MGM. Prior to that he had attended USC and then worked in the oil industry. Ten years after joining MGM, Arthur moved to Universal where he became a line producer for some of Universal's most popular comedies, including the Abbott and Costello and Francis the talking mule series of films. Arthur also helped some of American cinema's biggest stars get their start.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Father Figures Actor 2013
No Score Yet Chip Off The Old Block Screenwriter 2012
No Score Yet Cheaper by the Dozen Actor 2003
33% Skin Deep Wedding Minister 1989
14% Hellfighters Producer 1968
No Score Yet Bedtime Story Executive Producer 1964
78% That Touch of Mink Executive Producer 1962
89% Lover Come Back Executive Producer 1961
80% Come September Producer 1961
No Score Yet Wild Youth Frankie 1961
85% Operation Petticoat Producer 1959
No Score Yet Naked Youth Frankie 1959
No Score Yet A Time to Love and a Time to Die Producer 1958
No Score Yet Hellcats of the Navy Freddy Warren 1957
No Score Yet Three Violent People One-Legged Confederate Soldier 1957
80% Man of a Thousand Faces Producer 1957
No Score Yet Take the High Ground Donald Q. Dover IV 1953
No Score Yet Young Bess Barnaby 1953
100% The Big Heat Producer 1953
No Score Yet The Ring Billy Smith 1952
No Score Yet Belles on Their Toes Frank 1952
No Score Yet Just for You Jerry Blake 1952
90% Ace in the Hole (The Big Carnival) Herbie Cook 1951
No Score Yet On the Loose Larry Lindsay 1951
No Score Yet September Affair David Lawrence 1949
96% Twelve O'Clock High Sgt. McIllhenny 1949
No Score Yet Green Grass of Wyoming Ken 1948
No Score Yet Yellow Sky Bull Run 1948
No Score Yet Nora Prentiss Gregory Talbot 1947
No Score Yet The Devil on Wheels Actor 1947
No Score Yet Mother Wore Tights Bob Clarkman 1947
No Score Yet Nobody Lives Forever Bellhop 1946
No Score Yet Night and Day Customer 1946
No Score Yet Danger Signal Young Boy 1945
86% Mildred Pierce High School Boy 1945
No Score Yet Roughly Speaking Frankie (age 17) 1945


No Score Yet Full House
  • 1991
No Score Yet Highway to Heaven
Mr. Dutton
  • 1988
  • 1986


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