Robert Clouse

Highest Rated: 93% Enter the Dragon (1973)
Lowest Rated: 17% Gymkata (1985)
Birthday: Mar 6, 1928
Birthplace: Not Available
Director Robert Clouse specialized in Hong Kong martial arts actioners and is best known for helming Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon (1973). Before becoming a director, Clouse served in the military and was a still photographer for CBS television. In 1964, Clouse recieved a Golden Globe, an award at the Edinburgh Film Festival, and an Oscar nomination for his short feature The Legend of Jimmy Blue Eyes. He received a second Oscar nomination for his film The Cadillac which he wrote and directed. In 1972, he penned the screenplay for the Steven Spielberg-directed TV movie Something Evil. Clouse died of kidney failure in his Ashland, OR, home at age 68.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Operación dragón Director 2019
No Score Yet Ironheart Director 1992
No Score Yet China O'Brien 2 Director 1992
No Score Yet China O'Brien II Director 1989
No Score Yet China O'Brien Director Screenwriter 1988
17% Gymkata Director 1985
17% Deadly Eyes (The Rats) Director 1982
No Score Yet Force - Five Screenwriter Director 1981
67% The Big Brawl (Battle Creek Brawl) Screenwriter Director 1980
67% Game of Death Director 1978
No Score Yet The Pack Director 1977
No Score Yet The Amsterdam Kill Screenwriter Director 1977
No Score Yet The Ultimate Warrior Screenwriter Director 1975
No Score Yet Goodbye Bruce Lee: His Last Game of Death Director 1975
No Score Yet Golden Needles Director 1974
No Score Yet Black Belt Jones Director 1974
93% Enter the Dragon Director 1973
No Score Yet Run, Stranger, Run Screenwriter 1973
No Score Yet Something Evil Screenwriter 1972
No Score Yet Darker than Amber Director 1970


No Score Yet Ironside
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