Robert Arden
American actor
Robert Arden
Robert Arden was an English film, television and radio actor who worked and lived mostly in the United Kingdom. His most famous film appearance was as lead character Guy Van Stratten in Mr. Arkadin (1955), written and directed by Orson Welles. Welles had worked with Arden on the Harry Lime radio series, produced in London, and later cast the little-known actor in Mr. Arkadin, in the central role of the investigator who uncovers Arkadin's past.
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Critic's Choice: New DVD's
NYTimes - almost 11 years
The Complete Mr. Arkadin The title of this important three-disc set from the Criterion Collection is already a reflection of wishful thinking. There is no ''complete'' version of ''Mr. Arkadin,'' the film that Orson Welles labored over for much of 1954, for the simple reason that ''Mr. Arkadin'' was never completed. In 1955, after Welles had missed
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Shakespeare's Mother, Mary, Gets a New Address
NYTimes - about 16 years
William Shakespeare was no slouch at using mistaken identity as a playwright's ploy -- think of the amorous twists and tumbles of plays like ''Twelfth Night'' or ''As You Like It.'' So perhaps it should be no surprise that the custodians of Shakespeare's legacy have become embroiled in a comedy of errors of their own. For decades, guides have
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Paid Notice: Deaths SHARPE, DR. LAWRENCE
NYTimes - over 16 years
SHARPE-Dr. Lawrence. Died from cancer Thursday, October 19, 2000 at the McKeene Pavillion, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Sharpe was born in London on December 25, 1930. He completed his medical training at University College Hospital, London, 1961. His first academic position in the United States was as an Instructor in Psychiatry at Johns
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Paid Notice: Deaths SHARPE, DR. LAWRENCE
NYTimes - over 16 years
SHARPE-Dr. Lawrence. Died from cancer Thursday, October 19, 2000 at the McKeene Pavillion, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Sharpe was born in London on December 25, 1930. He completed his medical training at University College Hospital, London, 1961. His first academic position in the United States was as an Instructor in Psychiatry at Johns
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HOME VIDEO; The Many Faces Of 'Mr. Arkadin'
NYTimes - about 19 years
Critics have always flailed about in their assessments of Orson Welles's film ''Mr. Arkadin,'' which was released in Europe in 1955 as ''Confidential Report'' and in the United States in 1962 as ''Mr. Arkadin.'' Such was the scope of Welles's genius and eccentricity that commentators are still scrambling to explain the many artistic ramifications
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'CONDORMAN,' ESPIONAGE SPOOF
NYTimes - over 35 years
IT'S a bird! It's a plane! It's a spoof, although you can't be sure because these days who can tell? ''Condorman,'' the new Walt Disney film at the Guild and other neighborhood theaters, is a spy movie, sort of, that looks a little like ''Superman'' and a lot like a James Bond, and is meant for the family trade. It is painless and chaste, and it
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'FINAL CONFLICT,' THE LAST OF DAMIEN
NYTimes - almost 36 years
THE good news, for the devout and the moviegoing, is that Damien the Antichrist is no more. At the end of ''The Final Conflict,'' the third and last installment in the ''Omen'' story, he vanishes in a cloud of quack theology and headache-inducing hymns. The bad news is that Damien has a whole movie to get through before he gives up the ghost, and
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