Legendary character actor, Robert Ryan, was born Robert Bushnell Ryan on Nov 11, 1909 in Chicago, IL. Ryan died at the age of 63 on Jul 11, 1973 in New York City, NY and was cremated and his ashes scattered in unknown location.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Ryan was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.
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Warner Archive: Ida Lupino, and Thrills in On Dangerous Ground (1951)By KC on Nov 3, 2016 From Classic Movies
The romantic noir thriller On Dangerous Ground (1952) transcends an uninspired story thanks to the special talents of its cast and crew. Directed by Nicholas Ray, starring and Ida Lupino and scored by Bernard Herrmann, the economical production makes a surprising emotional connection. No... Read full article
Star of the Month:By Amanda Garrett on May 6, 2016 From Old Hollywood Films
TCM's May star of the month is the rugged . TCM is honoring with 39 movie airing each Friday in May. Here's what you need to know about one of old Hollywood's most reliable leading men. FYI: TCM sometimes changes the air times and /or movies, so you can go to www.tcm.com ... Read full article
Film Noir Movie Posters: !By Mark on Oct 3, 2015 From Where Danger Lives
Here’s a 30 poster set of film noir posters featuring the one and only . Enjoy! Things have been really slow around here lately as I’ve been dedicating my time to my upcoming book — thanks for sticking around. I should be able to make an announcement about the book with... Read full article
November 11th on TCM: Chock-full of Noir!By shadowsandsatin on Nov 8, 2013 From Shadows and Satin
One of the icons of the film noir era, Ryan had a take-no prisoners approach and an aura of barely suppressed ferocity.? Although he displayed his talent and versatility in a wide variety of roles during his 40-year career, it is the cold-hearted hoods, psychotic spouses, and iniquitous gangsters fo... Read full article
Happy Birthday: !By Dawn on Nov 11, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Ryan wanted a career in show business as a playwright, but had to turn to acting to support himself. He studied acting in Hollywood and performed on stage and in small film parts during the early 1940s. In January 1944, after winning a contract with RKO Radio Pictures, Ryan enlisted in the United S... Read full article
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John J. Macreedy: Act like they're sitting on a keg.
Reno Smith: A keg? Of what?
John J. Macreedy: Heh-heh, oh, I don't know. Diamonds? Gunpowder?
Reno Smith: Oh, it's nothing like that. We're suspicious of strangers, is all. Hangover from the old days, the Old West.
John J. Macreedy: I thought the tradition of the Old West was hospitality.
Reno Smith: I am trying to BE hospitable, Mr. Macreedy.
Scott: Well, let's face it, I'm not well!
Ben Vandergroat: They're men, honey, and you ain't. Remember that.
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