Robert Douglas

Robert Douglas

Highest Rated: 100% The Flame and the Arrow (1950)

Lowest Rated: 29% Around the Bend (2004)

Birthday: Nov 9, 1909

Birthplace: Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, England, UK

After two years' study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, British actor Robert Douglas ascended to leading-man status on the London stage. Among his earliest film appearances was a co-starring stint with Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon in the Technicolor Alexander Korda production Over the Moon (1936). He spent six years as a pilot in the British Navy, then began his Hollywood career, playing dark-purposed, humorless villains opposite such swashbuckling leading men as Errol Flynn in 1949's The Adventures of Don Juan, Burt Lancaster in 1950's Flame and the Arrow, and Stewart Granger in 1952's The Prisoner of Zenda. He was starred as Benedict Arnold in The Scarlet Coat (1954) and as Agamemnon in Helen of Troy (1955). Rechanneling his energies into directing, Robert Douglas helmed several British and American TV productions, including 18 episodes of the 1960s series 12 O'Clock High. Robert Douglas' only big-screen directorial credit was 1964's Night Train, which starred Sean Flynn, the son of Douglas' Don Juan duelling opponent Errol Flynn.

Highest Rated Movies



30% Independence Day: Resurgence Dirk Strickland $103.2M 2016
95% Creed Max's Cooks Max's Cook $81.2M 2015
No Score Yet Spy Hunt Actor 2012
No Score Yet Death Drives Through Actor 2011
48% MacGruber Cashier $8.1M 2010
40% Beerfest Viking Master $19.1M 2006
29% Around the Bend College Student $0.2M 2004
No Score Yet Pioneers in Aviation Producer 2001
45% Secret Ceremony Sir Alex Gordon 1968
No Score Yet Night Train to Paris Director 1964
71% The Young Philadelphians Morton Stearnes 1959
No Score Yet Tarzan, the Ape Man Col. Parker 1959
No Score Yet Helen of Troy Agamemnon 1956
No Score Yet Good Morning, Miss Dove Mr. Porter 1955
No Score Yet The Virgin Queen Sir Christopher Hatton 1955
No Score Yet The Scarlet Coat Benedict Arnold 1955
No Score Yet King Richard and the Crusaders Sir Giles Amaury 1954
No Score Yet Saskatchewan Benton 1954
83% The Desert Rats General 1953
No Score Yet Fair Wind to Java Besar 1953
No Score Yet The Prisoner of Zenda Michael, Duke of Strelsau 1952
80% Ivanhoe Sir Hugh de Bracy 1952
No Score Yet At Sword's Point Lavalle 1952
No Score Yet Thunder on the Hill Dr. Edward Jeffreys 1951
78% Kim Col. Creighton 1951
100% The Flame and the Arrow Marchese Alessandro de Granazia 1950
No Score Yet Buccaneer's Girl Narbonne 1950
No Score Yet Barricade Aubrey Milburn 1950
No Score Yet The Lady Takes a Sailor John Tyson 1949
83% The Fountainhead Ellsworth Toohey 1949
No Score Yet Homicide Lt. Michael Landers 1949
No Score Yet Adventures of Don Juan Duke de Lorca 1948
No Score Yet The End of the River Jones 1947
No Score Yet Dick Tracy, Detective Bus Boy 1945
No Score Yet The Chinese Bungalow Richard Marquess 1940
No Score Yet Over the Moon John Flight 1939
No Score Yet The Challenge Edward Whymper 1938


No Score Yet House Calls
Director 1982
No Score Yet Quincy, M.E.
Director 1978
No Score Yet Columbo
Director 1976
No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco
Director 1975
No Score Yet Shazam!
Director 1974
No Score Yet Lost in Space
Director 1967
No Score Yet Mission: Impossible
Director 1967
No Score Yet The Fugitive
Director 1966
No Score Yet The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
Director 1964
No Score Yet Maverick
Director Herbert 1961
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Tarrant Inspector 1959


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