Robert S. Baker

Lowest Rated: 30% The Saint (1997)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
Robert S. Baker was initiated into the British film industry as an assistant director in 1937. After serving as a combat cameraman in World War II, Baker returned to his A.D. activities, then in 1948 formed Tempean films with fellow wartime photographer Monty S. Berman. His first full-fledged directorial credit was Blackout (1950), followed by such moody melodramas as 13 East Street (1952), The Steel Key (1953), Jack the Ripper (1959), Siege of Sidney St (1961), Hellfire Club (1961). He also produced the works of other directors (Blood of the Vampire Flesh and the Fiends etc.). In 1962, Baker and Berman inaugurated the internationally popular TV adventure series The Saint, which ran until 1967. Robert S. Baker went on to develop such video espionagers as The Baron and Department S.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
30% The Saint Executive Producer 1997
No Score Yet Crossplot Producer 1969
No Score Yet Vendetta for the Saint Producer 1969
No Score Yet The Hellfire Club Director 1963
No Score Yet What a Carve Up! (No Place Like Homicide!) Producer 1962
No Score Yet The Siege of Sidney Street Director Producer 1960
No Score Yet The Siege Of Sidney Street Director 1960
No Score Yet Jack the Ripper Director 1959
63% The Crawling Eye (The Trollenberg Terror) Producer 1958
No Score Yet Blood of the Vampire Producer 1958
No Score Yet Blind Spot Producer 1958
No Score Yet The Gilded Cage Producer 1955
No Score Yet Murder Will Out (The Voice of Merrill) Producer 1953
No Score Yet Blackout Producer Screenwriter Director 1950

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Saint
1962-1969
Director

QUOTES FROM Robert S. Baker CHARACTERS

No quotes approved yet.