Robert Aldrich (I) (1918–1983)

Director | Assistant Director | Producer



Photos

  • Robert Aldrich and Philip Bourneuf in The Big Night (1951)
  • Robert Aldrich and Susannah York in The Killing of Sister George (1968)
  • Charles Bronson and Robert Aldrich in The Dirty Dozen (1967)
  • Robert Aldrich, Lee Marvin, and Joseph F. Biroc in Emperor of the North (1973)
  • Robert Aldrich, Ralph Meeker, and Gaby Rodgers in Kiss Me Deadly (1955)
  • Kirk Douglas, Robert Aldrich, and Ernest Laszlo in The Last Sunset (1961)

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Filmography


All Filmography

Did You Know

Trivia

He was a left-wing Democrat who opposed US involvement in the Vietnam War.


Quotes

[on Frank Sinatra] Unpleasant man. No one has yet worked out what really makes him tick. But he sings well.


Trademark

Directed a plethora of genres but almost all of his films contained a subversive undertone


Nickname

Bob


Star Sign

Leo

Personal Details

Born

Robert Burgess Aldrich

Cranston, Rhode Island, USA

Died

(age 65)
Los Angeles, California, USA


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