Alfred Hitchcock
(Movies & TV)
Ray Milland
(Movies & TV)
Grace Kelly
(Movies & TV)
Max Jacobson
Rex Cherryman
(Movies & TV)
Henry Bellamann

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Robert Cummings

Knowledge Identifier: +Robert_Cummings


Robert Cummings

American film and television actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1910.

Countries: United States (68%), California (11%), Monaco (5%)

Main connections: Alfred Hitchcock, Ray Milland, Grace Kelly

Linked to: Carnegie Mellon University, Joplin High School, Flying, American Broadcasting Company




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Robert Cummings was born in 1910 add something


Rex Cherryman - Cherryman's last stint on Broadway was a starring role in the 1927 dramatic production of "The Trial of Mary Dugan" opposite actor Robert Cummings at the National Theatre


He studied aeronautical engineering for a year before being forced to drop out for financial reasons, his family having lost heavily in the 1929 stock market crash add something


Cummings decided to use his own name, acting throughout the 1930s as a contract player in a number of supporting roles add something


He studied drama for two years before appearing in Broadway in 1931 add something


In 1933, he met and married his second wife, Vivian Janis add something


In 1934, he moved to Hollywood , where he acted at first under the name "'Bruce Hutchens"', assuming the persona of a wealthy Texan add something


Cummings made his mark in the CBS Radio network's dramatic serial entitled "Those We Love", which ran from 1938 to 1945 add something


He achieved stardom in 1939 in "Three Smart Girls Grow Up", opposite Deanna Durbin add something


In November 1942, Cummings joined the United States Army Air Corps add something


Henry Bellamann - Released in 1942, with some of the more controversial portions of the novel toned down to satisfy the Hays Code, "Kings Row" starred Ronald Reagan, Ann Sheridan, and Robert Cummings


Julie Bishop (actress) - She made 16 films at Warners, including a supporting role in 1943's "Princess O'Rourke", supporting Olivia de Havilland and Robert Cummings


Cummings served as producer on 1948's "Let's Live a Little" add something


Cummings began a long career on television in 1952, starring in the comedy "My Hero" add something


He received an Emmy award for his portrayal of "Juror Number Eight," in the first televised performance of "Twelve Angry Men," a live production which aired in 1954 add something


Ray Milland - In 1954, he starred opposite Grace Kelly and Robert Cummings in Alfred Hitchcock's "Dial M for Murder"


Dial M for Murder - "'Dial M for Murder"' is a 1954 American detective fiction film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings and John Williams


From 1955 through 1959, Cummings starred on a successful NBC sitcom, "The Bob Cummings Show" , in which he played Bob Collins, an ex-World War II pilot who became a successful professional photographer, and as a bachelor in 1950's Los Angeles, thought himself to be quite the ladies' man add something


He made an appearance at Disneyland's grand opening on July 17, 1955 add something


He was a staunch advocate of natural foods and a healthy diet and authored a book, "Stay Young and Vital" in 1960, on health foods and exercise add something


In 1960, Cummings starred in "King Nine Will Not Return," the opening episode of the second season of "The Twilight Zone" add something


"The New Bob Cummings Show" followed on CBS for one season, from 1961 to 1962 add something


His last significant role was the 1973 TV movie "Partners in Crime", co-starring Lee Grant add something


He appeared as Gopher's dad Eliott Smith on "The Love Boat" in 1979 add something


Cummings' son, Tony Cummings, played Rick Halloway in the daytime serial "Another World" in the early 1980s add something

Robert Cummings died in 1990 add something


On December 2, 1990, Cummings died of kidney failure and complications from pneumonia at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles add something


"The Seattle Times," September 5, 2006 add something


Lertzman and Birnestitle 2013 Cummings began receiving injections from Max Jacobson, the notorious "Dr. Feelgood", in 1954 during a trip to New York to star in the TV production of Reginald Rose's 12 Angry Men add something