Robert Arthur

  • Born on
    • June 18th, 1925
  • Died on
    • October 1st, 2008
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Arthur (born Robert Paul Arthaud; June 18, 1925 – October 1, 2008) was an American motion picture actor who appeared in dozens of films in the 1940s and 1950s. He appeared in the 1949 war film Twelve O'Clock High as the comic relief–providing Sgt. McIllhenny, in the 1951 Billy Wilder film Ace in the Hole, and in the 1950s television program The Lone Ranger. Arthur was known for playing youthful teenage or young adult roles. In his later years, Arthur became an activist for gay rights on behalf of senior citizens. He died in Aberdeen, Washington in 2008, aged 83.


Acting (15 Credits)

1957Hellcats of the Navy as Freddy Warren
1953Take the High Ground! as Donald Quentin Dover IV
1953Young Bess as Barnaby
1952The Ring as Billy Smith
1952Belles on Their Toes as Frank Gilbreth
1951Ace in the Hole as Herbie Cook
1950September Affair as David Lawrence Jr.
1949Twelve O'Clock High as Sergeant McIllhenny
1948Yellow Sky as Bull Run
1947Mother Wore Tights as Bob Clarkman
1947Nora Prentiss as Gregory Talbot
1946Nobody Lives Forever as Bellhop (uncredited)
1945Roughly Speaking as Frankie at 17
1945Danger Signal as Hotel Boy
1945Mildred Pierce as High School Boy (uncredited)

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