Robert Rossen

Biography

Robert Rossen (March 16, 1908 – February 18, 1966) was an American screenwriter, film director, and producer whose film career spanned almost three decades. His 1949 film All the King's Men won Oscars for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress, while Rossen was nominated for an Oscar as Best Directo...

21 titles Writing Directing

7.0

Lilith

1964 · Writer

6.8

The Cool World

1963 · Theatre Play

8.0

The Hustler

1961 · Screenplay

6.5

They Came to Cordura

1959 · Screenplay

5.8

Alexander the Great

1956 · Writer

7.5

All the King's Men

1949 · Screenplay

7.0

The Accused

1949 · Writer

6.9

Johnny O'Clock

1947 · Screenplay

6.7

Desert Fury

1947 · Writer

7.5

The Strange Love of Martha Ivers

1946 · Screenplay

7.2

A Walk in the Sun

1945 · Screenplay

7.3

Edge of Darkness

1943 · Screenplay

6.9

Blues in the Night

1941 · Writer

6.9

Out of the Fog

1941 · Screenplay

7.5

The Sea Wolf

1941 · Writer

6.3

A Child Is Born

1939 · Screenplay

7.9

The Roaring Twenties

1939 · Screenplay

6.9

Dust Be My Destiny

1939 · Writer

6.2

Racket Busters

1938 · Screenplay

7.3

They Won't Forget

1937 · Screenplay

7.4

Marked Woman

1937 · Screenplay

10 titles Writing Directing

7.0

Lilith

1964 · Director

8.0

The Hustler

1961 · Director

6.5

They Came to Cordura

1959 · Director

6.2

Island in the Sun

1957 · Director

5.8

Alexander the Great

1956 · Director

6.1

Mambo

1954 · Director

6.4

The Brave Bulls

1951 · Director

7.5

All the King's Men

1949 · Director

7.8

Body and Soul

1947 · Director

6.9

Johnny O'Clock

1947 · Director