Robert Arthur

Biography

Robert Arthur (June 18, 1925 – October 1, 2008) was an American motion picture actor who appeared in dozens of films in the 1940s and 1950s. Born Robert Arthaud, Arthur appeared in the 1949 war film Twelve O'Clock High as the comic relief-providing Sgt. McIllhenny, in the 1951 Billy Wilder film, Ace...

19 titles Acting

5.2

Naked Youth

1961 · Frankie

6.1

Young and Wild

1958 · Jerry Coltrin

5.4

Hellcats of the Navy

1957 · Freddy Warren

6.4

The Desperados Are in Town

1956 · Lonny Kesh

6.4

Top Of The World

1955 · Skippy McGuire

6.3

Return from the Sea

1954 · Porter

6.7

Young Bess

1953 · Barnaby

6.2

Take the High Ground!

1953 · Donald Quentin Dover IV

6.4

The System

1953 · Rex Merrick

6.7

Belles on their Toes

1952 · Frank Gilbreth

6.2

Just for You

1952 · Jerry Blake

6.0

The Ring

1952 · Billy Smith

8.2

Ace in the Hole

1951 · Herbie Cook

6.0

On the Loose

1951 · Larry Lindsay

6.1

Air Cadet

1951 · Walt Carver

6.9

September Affair

1950 · David Lawrence Jr.

6.4

Mother Is a Freshman

1949 · Beaumont Jackson

7.8

Twelve O'Clock High

1949 · Sergeant McIllhenny

6.3

You're My Everything

1949 · Harold - Colege Boy in 'Heart of a Co-Ed'

7.5

Yellow Sky

1948 · Bull Run

6.2

Green Grass of Wyoming

1948 · Ken McLaughlin

6.3

The Devil On Wheels

1947 · Todd Powell

6.7

Mother Wore Tights

1947 · Bob Clarkman

7.2

Nora Prentiss

1947 · Gregory Talbot

7.1

Nobody Lives Forever

1946 ·

7.3

Too Young to Know

1945 · Jimmy

6.7

Danger Signal

1945 · Hotel Boy

7.0

Roughly Speaking

1945 · Frankie at 17