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Robert Sully (1918–2007)

The New York City-born, Pittsburgh-raised Robert Joseph Sully showed brief leading man potential in the early WWII years but alas came up short in the end. Born on November 20, 1928 to Reginald Sully of Union Carbide Corp., Robert started at the bottom rung to learn his father's business. Accepted to Duquesne University, he eventually transferred ... See full bio »

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Known For

Meet Me in St. Louis
Meet Me in St. Louis Warren Sheffield
(1944)
Love Letters
Love Letters Roger Morland
(1945)
The Heavenly Body
(1944)
You Came Along
You Came Along Bill Allen
(1945)

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 1951 When Worlds Collide
Student (uncredited)
 1945 Love Letters
Roger Morland
 1945 Between Two Women
Interne (uncredited)
 1945 The Affairs of Susan
Lieutenant (uncredited)
 1945 This Man's Navy
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1944 The Heavenly Body
Strand
 1943 For God and Country (Short)
Soldier at Show (uncredited)
 1943 A Guy Named Joe
Cadet (uncredited)
 1943 Whistling in Brooklyn
Assistant Radio Announcer (uncredited)
 1939 Million Dollar Legs
Student (uncredited)
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 1943 Sucker Bait (Documentary short)
Federal Agent
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Height:

6' 4" (1.93 m)
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Discovered and contracted by MGM for films appearing in a number of minor roles for about a decade. More prominent roles occurred in Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) and Love Letters (1945). See more »

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Scorpio

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