Robert Horton
Robert Horton
Robert Horton is an American television actor, who was most noted for the role of the frontier scout Flint McCullough in the NBC Western television series, Wagon Train (1957–1962). Horton quit that series to pursue a career in musical theater. According to the April 20, 1959, issue of Time magazine, Horton's measurements were 42-31-40. Horton also played Ronald W.
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First Eagle: Mutual Funds That Only Contrarians Can Love
The Street - about 3 years
NEW YORK ( TheStreet ) -- The First Eagle mutual funds appear to be out of step with the markets. In a year when stocks have been soaring, most First Eagle managers have held gold and big stakes in cash. That has hurt returns. For the past year, First Eagle Overseas and First Eagle US Value have lagged more than 90% of their peers, according to Morningstar. But longtime shareholders should not be surprised by the weak results. For decades, the funds have followed a conservative approach. Although it has often lagged in rallies, First Eagle's cautious strategy has produced sterling results in downturns. By limiting losses in hard times, the company has generated winning long-term records. During the past 10 years, First Eagle Overseas returned 9.9% annually, outdoing 95% of foreign large blend funds. First Eagle U.S. Value returned 8.4% annually, topping 85% of large blend funds. First Eagle Fund of America and First Eagle Global both topped more than 90% of their peers over the pa ...
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Canada, Culture And Commerce: Vaughn Palmer, Robert Horton, Michael Parks
KUOW - almost 5 years
Wednesday, May 9 at 10:00 a.m. on "Weekday" Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer brings us the latest news from Canada. We'll talk movies with film critic Robert Horton. Then, we'll get a look at the US and European economies with Michael Parks.
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Canada, Culture And Commerce: Vaughn Palmer, Robert Horton, Todd Bishop
KUOW - almost 5 years
Wednesday, May 2 at 10:00 a.m. on "Weekday" Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer brings us the latest news from Canada. Film critic Robert Horton looks at superheroes coming to the big screen. Then, Geekwire's Todd Bishop brings us the latest technology news. Microsoft is investing in Barnes & Noble. Is it the start of a Microsoft vs. Amazon battle?
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Canada, Culture And Commerce: Vaughn Palmer, Robert Horton, Al Scott
KUOW - almost 5 years
Wednesday, April 25 at 10:00 a.m. on "Weekday" Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer brings us the latest news from Canada. Film critic Robert Horton takes a look at "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Killer" and Edgar Allen Poe as a detective in "Raven." Then, a check of the national economic climate with Reuters finance editor Al Scott.
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Canada, Culture And Commerce: Vaughn Palmer, Robert Horton, Jon Talton
KUOW - almost 5 years
Wednesday, April 18 at 10:00 a.m. on "Weekday" Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer brings us the latest news from Canada. Film critic Robert Horton looks at why one person's bad taste is another person's masterpiece. Then, Seattle Times columnist Jon Talton discusses the region's economic climate.
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Charmless 'Orgy' even cops out on raunch - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
The hangover from "The Hangover" means that Hollywood is still sifting through R-rated ideas for movie comedy. Bring on the raunch, the sex, the potty-talk, the monkeys. Hey, here's one concept that hasn't been
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Fall movie schedule includes possible Oscar contenders - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
Summer movies failed to live up to expectations? Just a tad exhausted by sequels and remakes? Well, the season is officially turning. Autumn '11 still carries its share of remakes and sequels, of course
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'The Debt' works best as action thriller - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
"The Debt" is one of those "Ah-ha!" movies, an otherwise conventional tale that abruptly shifts focus after you get a crucial bit of withheld information. The question about this kind of film is, does it have a
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Eva Jean Lawrence Smith - Murfreesboro Post
Google News - over 5 years
Eva was preceded in death by husband of 59 years, Robert Horton Smith, parents; Lonnie Lawrence Sr., and Eula Belle (Estes) Lawrence, brothers; Hobert Lawrence and Lonnie Lawrence Jr. and sister, Gertie McGlohon. She is survived by daughters;
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Adam Scott (left) and Paul Rudd in a scene from "Our Idiot Brother." Rudd ... - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
A nice-guy aura surrounds Paul Rudd, possibly to the detriment of his acting career. The guy's got serious theater training and he has played his share of dramatic roles, but he has fallen into the comedy biz so
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Murder Charges Dropped Against Man Accused Of Killing Homeless Man - OzarksFirst.com
Google News - over 5 years
Pederson was accused of killing 49-year-old Robert Horton in mid-September near the junction of US Highway's 62 and 65, south of Bellefonte. Both men were homeless and police allege Pederson cut Horton with a knife, killing him
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'Conan' remake falls short of Arnold's barbarian - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
Arnold Schwarzenegger was a former bodybuilding champ and a part-time novelty film actor ("Stay Hungry") when fate led him to the first "Conan the Barbarian" picture in 1982. And the rest is history,
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Canada, Culture And Commerce: Vaughn Palmer, Robert Horton, Jon Talton - KUOW NPR
Google News - over 5 years
Film critic Robert Horton reflects on all the notable performers from the past that would have been 100 this year, from Lucille Ball to Vincent Price. Then Jon Talton discusses the region's economic climate. Vaughn Palmer is a political correspondent
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Today's celebrity birthdays - July 29 - Superior Telegram
Google News - over 5 years
(AP Photo/Terry Renna) July 29: Actor Robert Horton ("Wagon Train") is 87. Actor David Warner ("Titanic") is 70. Keyboardist Neal Doughty of REO Speedwagon is 65. Singer-bassist Geddy Lee of Rush is 58. Documentary maker Ken Burns is 58
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'Attack' very clever; 'Key' runs on emotions - HeraldNet
Google News - over 5 years
Here's a pair of Euro-indie films, with absolutely nothing in common except the ability to work variations on Hollywood forms: one action, one melodrama. "Attack the Block" is a breathless British picture about an
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Robert Horton
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2009
    Age 84
    Actor Robert Fuller is sometimes described as having replaced Horton on Wagon Train. Though Fuller did have a role on the program after Horton departed, according to an August 17, 2009 interview with Fuller in On Screen and Beyond, he did not replace him.
    More Details Hide Details The two are sometimes confused with each other because of a general physical resemblance and because they have the same birthday, July 29, though Horton is nine years older than Fuller.
  • FORTIES
  • 1966
    Age 41
    In 1966 he starred in "The Dangerous Days of Kiowa Jones", the first Western made specifically for television and simultaneous distribution to cinemas in Europe.
    More Details Hide Details It was made by MGM and co-starred Sal Mineo and Diane Baker. He went on to perform for many years in theaters and nightclubs all over America and in Australia as a singer (sometimes with his wife, the former Marilynn Bradley). In 1963, producer David Merrick hired him as the male lead in the musical version of N. Richard Nash's play The Rainmaker (entitled 110 in the Shade), in the part played on the screen by Burt Lancaster. The musical, which boasted a score by Tom Jones (writer) and Harvey Schmidt, ran for 330 performances on Broadway. Horton is also an accomplished pilot and aircraft owner, having once said in an 'Plane and Pilot' interview, "His three greatest thrills were his first solo flight, a performance before Queen Elizabeth, and being featured on This Is Your Life". His frequent co-pilot was his French Poodle, "Jamie".
  • TWENTIES
  • 1951
    Age 26
    The ruggedly handsome Horton made dozens of appearances in movies and television shows between 1951 and 1989, including an episode of Ray Milland's Meet Mr. McNutley and John Bromfield's Sheriff of Cochise.
    More Details Hide Details Horton also appeared on seven separate episodes of the anthology series Alfred Hitchcock Presents, including memorably as a tennis-playing bookie and blackmailer opposite Betsy von Furstenberg in one titled "The Disappearing Trick" which was directed by Arthur Hiller. He appeared as Danny Barnes in the episode "No Place to Hide" of the CBS anthology series The DuPont Show with June Allyson and on the NBC interview program Here's Hollywood and NBC's anthology series, The Barbara Stanwyck Show. He appeared several timess too on NBC's The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford. Horton is also remembered for his offbeat role as a cowboy amnesiac in his ABC television series A Man Called Shenandoah (1965 - 1966). Horton even took a turn in daytime, playing the part of Whit McColl on As the World Turns (1983–1984).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1924
    Born
    Born on July 29, 1924.
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