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American film and television actor

Robert Cummings is ...

Dead
Born 9 Jun 1908 in Joplin
Died 2 Dec 1990 in Woodland Hills
Age82 years, 5 months
Causepneumonia
Correction?
Robert Cummings
Robert Cummings
Robert Cummings publicity photo, 1956

About Robert Cummings

Charles Clarence Robert Orville Cummings, known as Robert or Bob Cummings (June 9, 1910 – December 2, 1990), was an American film and television actor known mainly for his roles in comedy films such as The Devil and Miss Jones (1941) and Princess O'Rourke (1943), but was also effective in dramatic films, especially two of Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers, Saboteur (1942) and Dial M for Murder (1954). Cummings received five Primetime Emmy Award nominations, and won the Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actor in a Single Performance in 1955. On February 8, 1960, he received two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the motion picture and television industries. The motion picture star is at 6816 Hollywood Boulevard, the television star is on 1718 Vine Street.

He is also known as Bob Cummings.

Death

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, California.

He is interred in the Great Mausoleum in the same niche as his parents, Charles C. and Ruth Cummings, at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California.

Films

Robert Cummings has worked on the following films:

Saboteur
1942 film by Alfred Hitchcock
1942
Beach Party
1963 film by William Asher
1963
Princess O'Rourke
1943 film by Norman Krasna
1943
Stagecoach
1966 film by Gordon Douglas
1966
What a Way to Go!
1964 film by J. Lee Thompson
1964
Souls at Sea
1937 film by Henry Hathaway
1937
It Started with Eve
1941 film by Norman Krasna, Henry Koster, Joe Pasternak
1941
You and Me
1938 Fritz Lang film
1938
The Devil and Miss Jones
1941 film by Sam Wood
1941
Let's Live a Little
1948 film by Richard Wallace
1948
The Chase
1946 American film noir
1946
Flesh and Fantasy
1943 film by Julien Duvivier
1943
Reign of Terror
1950 film by Anthony Mann
1950
Forever and a Day
drama film (1943)
1943
How to Be Very, Very Popular
1955 film by Nunnally Johnson
1955
My Geisha
1962 film by Jack Cardiff
1962
The Petty Girl
1950 film by Henry Levin
1950
Sleep, My Love
1948 film by Douglas Sirk
1948
Five Golden Dragons
1967 film by Jeremy Summers
1967
Moon Over Miami
1941 film by Walter Lang
1941
College Swing
1938 film by Raoul Walsh
1938
The Lost Moment
1947 film by Martin Gabel
1947
One Night in the Tropics
1940 comedy film noteworthy for being the film debut of Abbott and Costello
1940
Promise Her Anything
1965 film by Arthur Hiller
1965
For Heaven's Sake
1950 film by George Seaton
1950
Spring Parade
1940 film by Henry Koster, Felix Jackson
1940
The Accused
1949 film by William Dieterle
1949
Lucky Me
1954 film by Jack Donohue
1954
Hollywood Boulevard
1936 film by Robert Florey
1936
So Red the Rose
1935 film by King Vidor
1935
The Texans
1938 film by James P. Hogan
1938
And One Was Beautiful
1940 film by Robert B. Sinclair
1940
Paid in Full
1950 film by William Dieterle
1950
Between Us Girls
1942 film by Henry Koster
1942
The Bride Wore Boots
1946 film by Irving Pichel
1946
Tell It to the Judge
1949 film by Norman Foster
1949
Private Affairs
1940 film by Albert S. Rogell
1940
Hideaway Girl
1936 film by George Archainbaud
1936
The Accusing Finger
1936 film by James P. Hogan
1936
Sophie Lang Goes West
1937 film by Charles Reisner
1937
Heaven Only Knows
1947 film by Albert S. Rogell
1947
I Stand Accused
1938 film by John H. Auer
1938
The Under-Pup
1939 film by Richard Wallace
1939
The Barefoot Mailman
1951 film by Earl McEvoy
1951
Desert Gold
1936 film by James P. Hogan
1936
Marry Me Again
1953 film by Frank Tashlin
1953
Free and Easy
1941 film by George Sidney
1941
The Last Train from Madrid
1937 film by James P. Hogan
1937
Free for All
1949 film by Charles Barton
1949
The First Time
1952 film by Frank Tashlin
1952
The Ivory Snuff Box
1915 film by Maurice Tourneur
1915