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Crossfire and Out of the Past.
 
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The Yakuza. It's also my favorite movie.


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Out of the Past


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Hands down, it's Out of the Past

 
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A little off the path,but i thought i would add this.My dad and uncle were cattle buyers and traders in eastern oregon.
A lot of movie stars,from the duke,mitchum, had real live cattle ranch's in the west.California, Oregon, New Mexico.

They would pasture the cattle in the winter in cal. summer in oregon.

We were branding and giving yearling calves there shots on one ranch and up drives a big caddy.

Out jumps mitchum with a bottle of whiskey,sets it on the medicine table by the squeeze chute out at the cattle yard,and starts branding working like a real cowboy.

I was only 14,but i remember everything we talked about.
Some actors were real butthole's.
Some were real people.
Lee marvin tore up every bar in baker oregon,and got kicked out of most of them,when they made paint your wagon in the baker valley
 
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I enjoyed his narration in “Tombstone”


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"His Kind of Woman" 1950 - my favorite Mitchum movie.

No, it's not his best work, but it's a blast. A delightfully improbable blend of film noir and hilarity, also featuring Jane Russell (Wow!) and Vincent Price. Price is pure, over-the-top comedy. Raymond Burr and some other very good actors, too.

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I have always said, that if I could have the gross receipts of any movie, it wouldn't be Star Wars, Gone with The Wind, the James Bond movies or any other. Give me the receipts of Thunder Road. Back in the fifties, that movie was always playing somewhere, usually in a drive-in, so I'm not sure how many people actually saw it but they paid for the opportunity.
 
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hard for me to choose. But one that's rarely mentioned;

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Night of the Hunter.

No doubt.


Just watched it last night. What a fantastic, creepy performance.




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If you are a fan of the old 1940's black and white B-Westerns as seen on the Westerns Channel, look for Mitchum as one of the bad guys.
 
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I do like Robert Mitchum and one of my favorite roles was as the sheriff in El Dorado with John Wayne and James Caan. They were great together.
 
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As the title says what is your favorite Robert Mitchum movie. I will list several but if you have one that's not mentioned please feel free to let us know about it. I will reserve posting mine until there have been a few votes.


Mitchum wasn't in "Blood Alley".


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"His Kind of Woman" 1950 - my favorite Mitchum movie.

No, it's not his best work, but it's a blast. A delightfully improbable blend of film noir and hilarity, also featuring Jane Russell (Wow!) and Vincent Price. Price is pure, over-the-top comedy. Raymond Burr and some other very good actors, too.

Flame me. I refuse to apologize.


Flame me, too. I love that movie!


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I was torn between El Dorado and The Enemy Below.

Were it not for The Yakuza being my favorite movie, I would have said this, too.



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One of the great, distinctive voices in motion pictures.

While a small part, I always got a kick out of his bit part
 
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Off the top of my head, I like Thunder Road and The Hunters.
 
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