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Robert Taylor

Robert TaylorAKA Spangler Arlington Brugh

Born: 5-Aug-1911
Birthplace: Filley, NE
Died: 8-Jun-1969
Location of death: Santa Monica, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Lung
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Quo Vadis

Named lots of names to the House Unamerican Activities Committee (HUAC).

Father: (country doctor)
Girlfriend: Irene Hervey (actress, broken engagement)
Wife: Barbara Stanwyck (m. 13-May-1939, div. 1951)
Wife: Ursula Theiss (m. 24-May-1954, until his death, one son, one daughter)
Son: Terrance (b. 18-Jun-1955)
Daughter: Tessa (b. 1959)

    Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals
    Golden Globe 1954 World Film Favorite, Male (with Alan Ladd)
    National Cowboy Hall of Fame 1970
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1500 Vine St.
    Endorsement of American Tobacco Company Lucky Strike cigarettes
    HUAC Hearings
    Risk Factors: Smoking

    The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor Det. Capt. Matt Holbrook (1959-62)

    Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows (10-Apr-1968)
    The Day the Hot Line Got Hot (1968)
    Return of the Gunfighter (29-Jan-1967)
    The Glass Sphinx (1967)
    Johnny Tiger (15-Jun-1966)
    Savage Pampas (1966)
    The Night Walker (Dec-1964)
    A House Is Not a Home (1-Sep-1964)
    Cattle King (31-Jul-1963)
    Miracle of the White Stallions (29-Mar-1963)
    The House of the Seven Hawks (29-Oct-1959)
    The Hangman (5-Mar-1959)
    Killers of Kilimanjaro (1959)
    Party Girl (28-Oct-1958)
    The Law and Jake Wade (6-Jun-1958)
    Saddle the Wind (20-Mar-1958)
    Tip on a Dead Jockey (6-Sep-1957)
    The Power and the Prize (26-Sep-1956)
    D-Day: The Sixth of June (29-May-1956)
    The Last Hunt (30-Apr-1956)
    The Adventures of Quentin Durward (23-Nov-1955)
    Many Rivers to Cross (23-Feb-1955)
    Rogue Cop (17-Sep-1954)
    Valley of the Kings (21-Jul-1954)
    Knights of the Round Table (22-Dec-1953)
    All the Brothers Were Valiant (13-Nov-1953)
    Ride, Vaquero! (15-Jul-1953)
    I Love Melvin (20-Mar-1953) · Himself
    Above and Beyond (21-Nov-1952)
    Ivanhoe (31-Jul-1952)
    Quo Vadis (23-Feb-1951)
    Westward the Women (11-Jan-1951)
    Devil's Doorway (15-Sep-1950)
    Ambush (13-Jan-1950)
    Conspirator (9-Dec-1949)
    The Bribe (3-Feb-1949)
    The Secret Land (13-Aug-1948) [VOICE]
    High Wall (17-Dec-1947)
    Undercurrent (28-Nov-1946)
    Song of Russia (10-Feb-1944)
    Bataan (3-Jun-1943)
    The Youngest Profession (26-Feb-1943) · Himself
    Stand by for Action (31-Dec-1942)
    Her Cardboard Lover (Jun-1942)
    Johnny Eager (17-Jan-1942)
    When Ladies Meet (29-Aug-1941)
    Billy the Kid (30-May-1941)
    Flight Command (17-Dec-1940)
    Escape (31-Oct-1940)
    Waterloo Bridge (17-May-1940)
    Remember? (14-Dec-1939)
    Lady of the Tropics (11-Aug-1939)
    Stand Up and Fight (6-Jan-1939)
    The Crowd Roars (5-Aug-1938)
    Three Comrades (2-Jun-1938)
    A Yank at Oxford (18-Feb-1938)
    Broadway Melody of 1938 (20-Aug-1937)
    This Is My Affair (27-May-1937)
    Personal Property (19-Mar-1937)
    Camille (12-Dec-1936)
    The Gorgeous Hussy (28-Aug-1936)
    His Brother's Wife (7-Aug-1936)
    Private Number (5-Jun-1936)
    Small Town Girl (10-Apr-1936)
    Magnificent Obsession (30-Dec-1935)
    Broadway Melody of 1936 (25-Aug-1935)
    Murder in the Fleet (27-May-1935)
    West Point of the Air (23-Mar-1935)
    Society Doctor (25-Jan-1935)
    A Wicked Woman (7-Dec-1934)

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