Actor | Soundtrack | Producer
In the 1950s, he was selected by Howard Hughes to appear in a series of films he was producing. Hughes considered Mitchum a "friend," but (as a paranoid recluse) hardly met the actor. Mitchum was halfway put off and halfway amused by the "crazy old ...
They think I don't know my lines. That's not true. I'm just too drunk to say 'em.
Often played loners and drifters
Robert Charles Durman Mitchum
Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
Santa Barbara, California, USA
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