- Charles Laughton on Robert Donat

Biography: Mr Chips: The Life of Robert Donat by Kenneth Barrow (1985)

The Count Of Monte Cristo

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Robert Donat directs and stars in a gentle Lancashire comedy

Winslow Boy

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Adventures of Tartu

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Robert Donat Goodbye Mr Chips and other movies

Robert Donat at the Internet Movie Database Robert Donat at the British Film Institute's Screenonline Robert Donat archive at the University of Bristol Theatre Collection- University of Bristol papers of Robert Donat, University of Manchester Photographs and literature Robert Donat Blog The Sire de Maletroit's Door starring Robert Donat on Theatre Royal: 1 November 1953.

Friedrich Robert Donat was an Oscar winning English film and stage actor. This biography provides detailed information about his childhood, life, acting career, achievements and timeline.

Robert Donat Goodbye Mr Chips and other movies

  • Emil Jannings (1928)
  • Warner Baxter (1929)
  • George Arliss (1930)
  • Lionel Barrymore (1931)
  • Fredric March / Wallace Beery (1932)
  • Charles Laughton (1933)
  • Clark Gable (1934)
  • Victor McLaglen (1935)
  • Paul Muni (1936)
  • Spencer Tracy (1937)
  • Spencer Tracy (1938)
  • Robert Donat (1939)
  • James Stewart (1940)
  • Gary Cooper (1941)
  • James Cagney (1942)
  • Paul Lukas (1943)
  • Bing Crosby (1944)
  • Ray Milland (1945)
  • Fredric March (1946)
  • Ronald Colman (1947)
  • Laurence Olivier (1948)
  • Broderick Crawford (1949)
  • José Ferrer (1950)

Robert Donat Goodbye Mr Chips and other movies

"The British cinema's one undisputed romantic leading man in the 1930s was Robert Donat," wrote Jeffrey Richards in his book The Age of the Dream Palace.[4] "The image he projected was that of the romantic idealist, often with a dash of the gentleman adventurer."[5]

The header photo just blows me away. Obviously a photo-still from Hitchcock's with Robert Donat in the foreground hiding from those who hunt him, to me it shows how important the time Hitch spent in Germany studying German Expressionism was. It's got that movement written all over it. The shadows, the body shapes, the stark background lighting ... it's all there.