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KEITHMR1.JPG 100*150 Robert Keith
Father of Brian Keith from Family Affair.
Feb 10, 1898 Fowler Dec 22, 1966
  • The Keith Family
  • Bio:
    1895
    10/15 - Parents wed.
    1898
    02/10 - Born Rolland Keith Richey (named after his father's brother) in FOWLER, IN. Father: James Haughey Richey. Mother: Mary Dell/Della Snyder/Snider Richey.
    1904
    Parents divorce.
    1918
    Touring company in Cedar Rapids, IA. Weds Laura Corinne Jackson.
    1919
    Born daughter, Corinne Laura.
    Divorce.
    Weds Helen Shipman.
    1921
    11/14 - Born son Brian (Robert Keith Richey Jr.).
    1926
    Divorce Helen Shipman.
    1927
    April - Wed Peg Entwistle.
    1929
    Divorce Peg Entwistle.
    1930
    Weds Dorothy Tierney.
    1932
    09/16 - Peg Entwistle commits suicide from the 'H' of the Hollywood sign.
    Career Highlights:
    1924
    The Other Kind of Love (w/ son Brian).
    1927
    "The Tightward" (playwriter in New York). Came to Hollywood as a writer.
    1930
    Just Imagine. Peace on Earth (writer).
    1931
    Bad Company. The Spirit of Notre Dame (writer).
    1932
    The Unexpected Father (writer). Scandal for Sale (writer). Destry Rides Again (writer).
    1933
    Returns to Broadway.
    1939
    The Spirit of Culver.
    1947
    Boomerang (w/ Brian Keith). Kiss of Death. "Mister Robert" 'Doc' (B'way).
    1949
    My Foolish Heart.
    1950
    Woman on the Run. Edge of Doom. Branded. The Reformer and the Redhead.
    1951
    I Want You. Fourteen Hours (w/ Brian). Here Comes the Groom.
    1952
    Just Across the Street. Somebody Loves Me. (04/20) The Philco Television Playhouse "The Basket Weaver".
    1953
    Devil's Canyon. Battle Circus. Small Town Girl.
    1954 Young at Heart. Drum Beat.
    The Wild One [DVD](1954) DVD
    Marlon Brando wears leather and sneers like no one else can in the original biker drama, as a motorcycle gang terrorizes a small town until their violence turns member against member. "What are you rebelling against?" "What have you got?" Lee Marvin, Mary Murphy, Robert Keith co-star. 79 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English mono, French; Subtitles: English, French; theatrical trailer; scene access.
    1955
  • Underwater!.
    Guys And Dolls [DVD](1955) DVD
    Damon Runyon's colorful gangsters come to life in this lavish film adaptation of Frank Loesser's beloved Broadway musical. Frank Sinatra is Nathan Detroit, proprietor of "the oldest established permanent floating crap game in New York," and Marlon Brando is high-rolling gambler Sky Masterson; with Jean Simmons, Vivian Blaine, Stubby Kaye. The score includes "Luck Be a Lady," "Adelaide's Lament," "Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat." 149 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: French, Spanish; theatrical trailer; scene access.
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  • Love Me or Leave Me.
  • 1956
    Written on the Wind. Ransom!. Between Heaven and Hell.
    1957
    My Man Godfrey. Men in War.
    1958
    La Tempesta. The Lineup.
    1959
    They Came to Cordura.
    1960
    Cimarron.
    1961
    Orazi e curiazi. Posse from Hell.
    1962
    (04/03) Alfred Hichcock Presents "Ten O'Clock Tiger".
    1964
    (01/07) The Fugitive "Home is the Hunted". (03/20) The Twilight Zone "The Masks".
    Notes: Claudia Keith. Alma Robertson.