Robert Donat
British actor
Robert Donat
Friedrich Robert Donat was an English film and stage actor. He is best known for his roles in Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps and Goodbye, Mr. Chips for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor.
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Friday's TV highlights - Los Angeles Times
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Goodbye, Mr. Chips: Robert Donat's indelible performance as the shy British schoolteacher who guides many students to adulthood snagged a 1939 Academy Award for best actor over competition that included Clark Gable's Rhett Butler
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Marlene Dietrich Movie Schedule: SHANGHAI EXPRESS, THE SCARLET EMPRESS, THE ... - Alt Film Guide (blog)
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Cast: Marlene Dietrich, Robert Donat, Irene Van Brugh. BW-107 mins. 9:45 AM THE LADY IS WILLING (1942) A Broadway star has to find a husband so she can adopt an abandoned child. Dir: Mitchell Leisen. Cast: Marlene Dietrich, Fred MacMurray,
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'V for Vendetta,' Guy Fawkes, James McTeigue, and 'The Raven' - Baltimore Sun (blog)
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But Weaving does a phenomenal job of insinuating flippant Errol Flynn or Robert Donat attitude into mere recitation. By the end, you wish the script had given him even more verbal razzle-dazzle. Portman grows from pallid naivete into a tragic beauty as
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Producer, child actor John Howard Davies - Bend Bulletin
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He appeared in “The Magic Box” (1951), starring Robert Donat. Just as quickly as he rose to stardom, Davies vanished from the screen. He finished his formal education and joined BBC Television's production team in the late 1960s
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John Howard Davies, BBC comedy producer and former child actor, dies at 72 - Washington Post
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He appeared in “The Magic Box” (1951), starring Robert Donat. Just as quickly as he rose to stardom, Mr. Davies vanished from the screen. He finished his formal education and joined BBC Television's production team in the late 1960s
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Movies for Grownups: Hall Pass: Back to school movies that get an 'A' - Kansas City Star
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... Tenacious D. "Goodbye Mr. Chips" (1969): Of course the 1939 version starring Robert Donat as the shy, beloved British schoolmaster is considered a classic - but I want to direct you to the musical remake starring Peter O'Toole and Petula Clark
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GPS Insight releases new dashboard interface - Fleet Owner
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“This improvement to GPS Insight takes the product way past the next level,” said Robert Donat, founder & CEO of GPS Insight. “We drew upon three years worth of customer advice, feedback, and development which have culminated in this new release of GPS
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Unlikely leading man Charles Laughton; TCM's Summer Under The Stars icon Aug. 7 - Examiner.com
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Among his co-stars are Merle Oberon, Robert Donat and Elsa Lanchester, who had co-starred with Laughton in a handful of films already. Directed and produced by Alexander Korda, the film was shot in London. Laughton again teamed withKorda in 1936 when
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Spy thriller gallery: From books to the big screen - USA Today
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The movie: Alfred Hitchcock's 1935 British thriller starred Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll. It has been adapted three other times for film: in 1959 (directed by Ralph Thomas), in 1978 (directed by Don Sharp) and in 2008 (directed by James Hawes)
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A Trip to the Olympia Book Fair - ILAB
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The film starring Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll, from 1935. I remember the first time I met Michael Steinbach. He had a grin on his face from ear to ear and he wore the same grin today. Another charming man with beautiful books
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The 39 Steps - Indie Wire (blog)
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[The star Robert] Donat leaping out of the window of the police station with half a handcuff on, and immediately walking into a Salvation Army Band, darting down an alleyway and into a room. 'Thank God you've come, Mr. So-and-so,' they say,
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La mujer equivocada - TalCualDigital.com
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Acusados en falso fueron la mayoría de los personajes de Hitchcock, desde Robert Donat en Los 39 escalones hasta Henry Fonda en El hombre equivocado, pero la misma maldición cayó sobre Spencer Tracy en Furia de Fritz Lang, el mismo Fonda en El
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McDonogh gridiron star breaks through as producer with 'Monte Cristo' - Baltimore Sun (blog)
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It has stirred movie and TV audiences when done with diverse casting choices from Robert Donat to Richard Chamberlain and Gerard Depardieu, with remarkably different adaptations ranging from the fable-like to the historical and political
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FILM REVIEW: Bad Teacher - Liverpool Echo
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THERE'S a long cinematic history of inspirational teachers – think Sidney Poitier in To SIr With Love, Robert Donat's Mr Chips, and of course Robin Williams (O Captain my Captain) in Dead Poets Society
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Film Review: Bad Teacher - (15) - Coventry Telegraph
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Robert Donat won the hearts and minds of his young charges as he bade a tearful goodbye to Mr Chips, then Sidney Poitier brought hope back to the unruly streets of the East End of London in To Sir, With Love. Glenn Ford clashed with the rebellious
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The men, muscle and money in homegrown blockbusters - The Independent
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Before the Second World War, the most prominent movie actors tended to be politely spoken matinee-idol types such as Leslie Howard or Robert Donat. The 1940s and1950s were the era of the "chap" in Rank movies – pipe-smoking, tweed-jacketed,
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Jon Cleary, Hitchcock and D-Day and more on Monday in New Orleans - NOLA.com
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'Steps' stars Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll and Lucie Mannheim in a story about a man in London who tries to help a counterespionage agent. Want more options? Check out Keith Marszalek's Hittin' the Town blog for a look at highlights of the week
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