Bruce Cabot
Actor
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot was an American film actor, best remembered as Jack Driscoll in King Kong (1933). He is also known for his roles in films such as the sixth version of Last of the Mohicans, Fritz Lang's Fury and the western Dodge City.
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The Top Five Maniacal Monkeys and Apes of the Movies - FEARnet.com
Google News - over 5 years
Kong takes a liking to leading lady (Fay Wray), so heroic First Mate Jack Driscoll (Bruce Cabot) tracks her down along with members of the crew and knocks Kong out with some gas. Denham then gets the idea to take the newly dubbed King Kong and put him
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Neu auf Blu-ray: Big Jake - Letmeentertainyou.de
Google News - over 5 years
Da die Hüter des Gesetzes bei der Jagd auf die Verbrecher versagen, sattelt Jake kurzerhand selbst sein Pferd und macht sich gemeinsam mit seinen zwei jüngsten Söhnen und seinem indianischen Scout (Bruce Cabot) auf die Suche nach den Verbrechern
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Sunday Dinner And a Movie From Big!Lots - San Diego Reader (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
It also features many of The Duke's real-life cronies including Ben Johnson, Hank Worden, Bruce Cabot, John Agar, Richard Jaeckel, both Chris and John Mitchum and Forrest Tucker. Tuck and The Duke had been drinking buddies since the latter took his
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Volusia County public records for June 18, 2011 - Daytona Beach News-Journal
Google News - over 5 years
... possession of cocaine; Harvey McCallister Jr., 48, Daytona Beach, retail theft with a second conviction; Eric J. McKechine, 35, DeLand, failure to appear; James Daniel Dekmar, 52, DeLand, possession of a controlled substance; Kevin Bruce Cabot, 33,
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High body counts: 'Mechanic,' 'Drive Angry' - VillageSoup Belfast (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Jake joins up with an Indian scout (Bruce Cabot as Sam Sharpnose -- gotta love the name). Wayne's sons are played by Chris Mitchum and his own son, Patrick Wayne, and the grandson Little Jake by Ethan Wayne. Due to the time the film is set in,
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John Wayne on Blu-ray; Bobby Vinton recalls the Duke - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Google News - over 5 years
Also in the cast of the latter film are Richard Boone, Bruce Cabot and Wayne's son Patrick, no stranger to his father's late-career filmography. Though neither film is hailed as a classic, Wayne is always watchable, always charismatic, and as he aged,
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King Kong diventerà un film d'animazione - Best Movie
Google News - over 5 years
La figura di King Kong appare per la prima volta in un celebre film del 1933 con Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong e Bruce Cabot (leggi la quarta puntata dello speciale sul cinema ad effetto dedicato allo scimmione). Una troupe cinematografica si trasferisce
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Blu-ray Review: The Comancheros - Blogcritics.org (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
It's also chockfull with several familiar faces from Hollywood's past and future alike, including Guinn “Big Boy” Williams, Patrick Wayne, Bruce Cabot, Jack Elam, Michael Ansara, Richard Devon, Edgar Buchanan, and even classic B-Western star,
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Exclusive Interview: Ethan Wayne, Son of Film Legend John Wayne - Big Hollywood
Google News - almost 6 years
The western icon bonded with some of his “Comancheros” co-stars, like Lee Marvin and Bruce Cabot. “It was a group of contemporaries who came up through the ranks [together],” he says. Wayne recalls a more somber side of his father's “Comancheros”
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Interview: John Wayne's Son, Ethan Wayne - Blu-ray.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Bruce Cabot was a guy I'd known my whole life and Maureen O'Hara was very nice. Richard Boone was a nasty old man. (Laughs) He'd put duct tape in your hair and do all kinds of stuff. But they were pretty good natured, above all else—just tough old
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Happy 4/20, Bra! - Synthesis
Google News - almost 6 years
Bruce Cabot was born on April 20 th . Who's Bruce Cabot? He was an actor. He was in King Kong. You ever watch King Kong…on weed? Professional wrestler Rick Rude passed away on April 20 th . This has nothing to do with weed or jokes or anything
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
NYTimes - about 8 years
8 P.M. (TCM) TRIBUTE TO THE SCREEN ACTORS GUILD Part 1 of this two-installment salute begins with ''The Children's Hour'' (1961), in which a malicious student (Karen Balkin, foreground above) tells a lie about the relationship between Karen Wright (Audrey Hepburn, third from left) and Martha Dobie (Shirley MacLaine, second from left), the
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - about 11 years
9 P.M. (Sundance) SEAMLESS -- If memory serves, Vogue magazine has never had its own reality series, but this documentary looks like a compressed version of one. Anna Wintour (above), the magazine's formidable editor in chief, searches for the next great young designer. Four unknowns (Alexandre Plokhov, Lazaro Hernandez, Jack McCollough and Doo Ri
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CRITIC'S CHOICE
NYTimes - over 12 years
STEPHEN GLASS (Hayden Christensen, a k a the young Anakin Skywalker) tells his editor at The New Republic that he feels awful because he's made a ''huge error'' in an article. The young Republicans weren't drinking booze from a hotel mini-bar; it actually came from a rented fridge. But in SHATTERED GLASS (2003), that's the least of young Stephen's
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The Building That Isn't There
NYTimes - over 13 years
Does the municipal log duly show that Brad Cloepfil, the architect about to transform Edward Durell Stone's historic white marble Huntington Hartford museum on Columbus Circle, means to render it ''more ephemeral?'' ''Ephemeral'' is Architect Cloepfil's own word, I hasten to add, as in here today and gone tomorrow, and the nouveau-named Museum of
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Graham Greene's Unquiet Novel; On Film and in Print, 'The Quiet American' Still Fascinates
NYTimes - about 14 years
On the frontispiece of ''The Quiet American,'' Graham Greene quotes another well-traveled skeptic, Lord Byron: ''This is the patent age of new inventions/ For killing bodies, and for saving souls,/ All propagated with the best intentions.'' In novels, screenplays and short stories, Greene chronicled the end of empire. Scorning those who stood in
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SPOTLIGHT; Smatter of Faith
NYTimes - over 18 years
Critics tactfully absorbed Joan Crawford as the heroine of Rachel Crowther's Broadway hit, SUSAN AND GOD (1940), about a shallow socialite who dabbles in religion. The actress once commented to me about her portrayal of the Gertrude Lawrence Broadway role: ''I got off lucky in that one. It could have been worse; the reviews weren't bad.'' Most
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - over 18 years
Although short on quality musicals, the movie line-up on television this week includes an early pulp vehicle for Joan Crawford, a lively scenic adventure and two unusual thrillers. The well-done Crawford showcase, SADIE MCKEE (1934), is about a working girl and the three men in her life: a middle-aged millionaire, played by Edward Arnold, a smooth
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - over 18 years
In Rene Clair's FLAME OF NEW ORLEANS (1941), Marlene Dietrich has a rowdy, sophisticated time choosing between two swains: Bruce Cabot and Roland Young. The funniest scenes are a sly pantomime, with Marlene warbling ''Sweet is the Blush of May,'' and a hilarious, pre-nuptial encounter with Laura Hope Crews -- Monday at 8 A.M. on American Movie
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - about 20 years
SOME choice comedies of various stripes and sites - from old Louisana to the Italian Riviera - appear on the week's cinema menu. Lewis Teague's ALLIGATOR (1980) is a compact horror-thriller, imaginative, intelligent and witty. In a typical scene, when the monster invades a small-town garden party, he slithers across the lawn and crunches some
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Bruce Cabot
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1972
    Age 67
    Cabot died in 1972 at the Motion Picture Country Home at Woodland Hills, California from lung cancer and was buried in his hometown, Carlsbad, New Mexico.
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  • 1970
    Age 65
    Eleven years after Flynn's death, in an interview in England in 1970, Cabot paid tribute to him as a critically underestimated actor, but said that Flynn had destroyed himself through narcotic addiction.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1944
    Age 39
    He was separated from the service on 19 July 1944.
    More Details Hide Details Cabot headed back to Hollywood and fell in with John Wayne (whose career was then in the ascendant, and who would become a major force in American film-making over the next two decades) on the set of Angel and the Badman (1947) and became part of Wayne's circle, this relationship paying off in the 1960s when Wayne cast him in ten of his films: The Comancheros (1961), Hatari! (1962), McLintock! (1963), In Harm's Way (1965), The War Wagon (1967), The Green Berets (1968), Hellfighters (1968), The Undefeated (1969), Chisum (1970), and Big Jake (1971). Cabot's final screen appearance was in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever. He was inducted into the New Mexico Entertainment Hall of Fame in 2012. Bruce Cabot starred in a number of the Tales of Tomorrow episodes, television's first sci-fi drama and an early hit for ABC. Tales of Tomorrow (1952-1953) telecast live in New York and was seen by kinescope in other parts of the country. Coast-to-coast television was not yet a possibility.
  • 1943
    Age 38
    Cabot, known to the Air Force as Lt. DeBujac, was apprehended in Cairo in November 1943 and after an investigation posted to the remote desert outpost of Atar in Mauritania, where he did odd jobs.
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    He was an Air Transport Command operations officer at el Aouina, Tunis from July to November 1943.
    More Details Hide Details It is alleged (by L. Fletcher Prouty) that Cabot was involved in a gold smuggling ring that shipped Nazi gold to Brazil after the war's end. However, Counter Intelligence Corps documents show that Cabot was a courier for a smuggling ring run by high-ranking Air Transport Command officers to arbitrage Middle Eastern gold prices.
  • 1942
    Age 37
    Cabot enlisted in December 1942 and, after Officer Training School in Miami Beach, became a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army Air Forces.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1931
    Age 26
    Cabot appeared in nearly one hundred feature films. He made his debut in 1931 in Heroes of the Flames.
    More Details Hide Details He played a soldier who seduced a naive woman (portrayed by Irene Dunne) and got her pregnant as he left for the war, in Ann Vickers (1933). He then starred in the blockbuster film King Kong, which became an enormous success and established Cabot as a star. He also played villains, appearing as a gangster boss in Let 'Em Have It (1935) and as the Huron warrior Magua opposite Randolph Scott in The Last of the Mohicans (1936). He starred with Spencer Tracy, playing the leader of a lynch mob in Fritz Lang's first Hollywood film, Fury (1936), and with Errol Flynn in Michael Curtiz's epic western Dodge City, which became one of Warner Bros. 's biggest hits. He tested for the lead role of The Ringo Kid in John Ford's Stagecoach (1939), but John Wayne got the part. A consistent box office draw, Cabot appeared in many movies at many studios before leaving Hollywood to serve in World War II.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1904
    Born
    Born on April 20, 1904.
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