Robert Paige

Highest Rated: 95% Medium Cool (1969)
Birthday: Dec 2, 1910
Birthplace: Not Available
Born John Paige, this versatile leading man of many '40s B-movies and musicals attended West Point before dropping out to work as a radio singer and announcer. In 1931 he began appearing in film shorts, billed as David Carlyle. In the mid '30s he began appearing in features, changing his name to Robert Paige in 1938; by the early '40s he was a busy leading man, appearing in every genre of film. He was onscreen infrequently after 1949, but did much work on TV; besides acting in TV productions (he was a regular on the series Run Buddy Run), he also worked as a quiz-show host and Los Angeles newscaster. He finished his career as a public relations executive in Hollywood.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Smart Blonde Actor 2013
No Score Yet Tangier Actor 2012
95% Medium Cool Black Militant 1969
89% Bye Bye Birdie Bob Precht 1963
No Score Yet The Marriage-Go-Round Dr. Ross Barnett 1961
33% Abbott and Costello Go to Mars Dr. Wilson 1953
No Score Yet Split Second Arthur Ashton 1953
No Score Yet The Green Promise David Barkley Producer 1949
No Score Yet Blonde Ice Les Burns 1948
No Score Yet The Red Stallion Andy McBride 1947
No Score Yet Can't Help Singing Johnny Lawlor 1944
No Score Yet Follow the Boys Himself 1944
60% Son of Dracula Frank Stanley 1943
No Score Yet Crazy House Cameo appearance 1943
No Score Yet Mister Big Johnny Hanley 1943
No Score Yet Get Hep to Love Stephen Winters 1942
No Score Yet Pardon My Sarong Tommy Layton 1942
No Score Yet San Antonio Rose Con Conway 1941
No Score Yet The Monster and the Girl Larry Reed 1941
No Score Yet Hellzapoppin' Jeff Hunter 1941
No Score Yet There's Always a Woman Jerry Marlowe 1938
No Score Yet Rhythm in the Clouds Hale 1937
No Score Yet Cherokee Strip Tom Valley 1937
No Score Yet Cain and Mabel Ronny Cauldwell 1936

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