James Cagney
(Movies & TV)
Alice White
(Movies & TV)
Dorothy Burgess
(Movies & TV)
Ingrid Bergman
(Movies & TV)
Patricia Ellis
(Movies & TV)
Joe E. Brown
(Movies & TV)

See also

Robert Barrat

Knowledge Identifier: +Robert_Barrat


Robert Barrat

American stage, motion picture, and television character actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1889.

Countries: United States (63%), Sweden (13%), West Virginia (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: James Cagney, Alice White, Dorothy Burgess

Linked to: Warner Bros.




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Robert Barrat was born in 1889 add something


He appeared in seven pictures with James Cagney during the 1930s add something


Joe E. Brown - In 1934, Brown starred in "A Very Honorable Guy" with Alice White and Robert Barrat, and in "The Circus Clown" again with Patricia Ellis and with Dorothy Burgess and with Maxine Doyle in "Six-Day Bike Rider"


He was seen as the Native American Chief Chingachgook, in the 1936 film version of "The Last of the Mohicans" add something


He played Ingrid Bergman's father in "Joan of Arc" , though his role was so brief that when an edited version of the film was released in 1950, Barrat's role had actually been eliminated add something


By 1954, he had turned to television roles add something


His final acting appearance was in an episode of "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour" in 1964 add something


He died of heart disease in Hollywood in 1970 and was buried at Green Hill Cemetery in Martinsburg, West Virginia, West Virginia add something

Robert Barrat died in 1970 add something