Nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys.
Another 12 wins & 7 nominations.
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(TV Series) (additional material - 1 episode)
(original story - as Reinhold Timme)
"The Perfect London Walk" with Daniel Curley
1 Biographical Movie |
1 Print Biography |
6 Interviews |
10 Articles |
Ebert | R. Hyde | Reinhold Timme
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[on Robert Mitchum
] He has what many of the great 1930s and 1940s actors who are today's cult heroes had: a capacity to retain and even expand their dignity, their image, their self-possession, even in the midst of the worst possible material. You see Mitchum in bad movies, but you can never spot him being bad.
As a result of suffering from thyroid cancer, he had to have his lower jaw removed. He lost all ability to speak, eat and drink. His legs were also weakened from unsuccessful attempts at building a new jaw from other bone and tissue. He was nourished through infusions and a tube and communicated via his computer or through signs he made with his hands. Despite all health problems, he continued to...
One of the "Two Thumbs Up" (which has literally been trademarked)