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  1. Cliff Robertson - Wikipedia

    Clifford Parker Robertson III (September 9, 1923 – September 10, 2011) was an American actor and aviator whose career in film and television spanned half a century. Robertson portrayed a young John F. Kennedy in the 1963 film PT 109, and won the 1968 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the film Charly.

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  2. Cliff Robertson - IMDb

    Clifford Parker Robertson III became a fairly successful leading man through most of his career without ever becoming a major star. Following strong stage and television experience, he made an interesting film debut in a supporting role in Picnic (1955).

  3. Cliff Robertson - Biography - IMDb

    Clifford Parker Robertson III became a fairly successful leading man through most of his career without ever becoming a major star. Following strong stage and television experience, he made an interesting film debut in a supporting role in Picnic (1955).

  4. ~Cliff Robertson Maybe you knew Cliff too, maybe you admired his performances on stage and screen, maybe you shared his enthusiasm for aviation, or appreciated his humanitarian work. Now you have the opportunity to help us produce a documentary that will honor him, creating a lasting record of his achievements.

  5. Sep 11, 2011 · Cliff Robertson, the ruggedly handsome actor who won an Oscar for “Charly” but found himself frozen out of jobs for almost four years after he exposed a prominent Hollywood studio boss as a forger...

  6. Cliff Robertson Biography, Life, Interesting Facts
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    Cliff Robertson made his Broadway debut with “Late Love” in 1953. He also began to be cast in television roles like the space opera, “Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers” which spanned from 1953 to 1954. Other notable television appearances include “Playhouse 90,” “Chrysler Theatre,”“The Wisteria Trees,” and “The United States Steel Hour,” Cliff Robertson made his debut in film with a supporting role in the movie “Picnic (1955)”. Cliff Robertson's earliest film credits after this include “Autumn Leaves” (1956), “Gidget” (1959) and “Sunday New York” (1963). These were not his proudest moments.Cliffreferred to his earliest movie acting opportunities as mediocre. Things, however, began to look up for Cliff. Cliff Robertson was personally chosen by John F Kennedy to act the 1963 movie PT 109. The film portrayed a young Kennedy as a World War II Lieutenant. Cliff continued on this plane of success with The Best Man (1964), The Honey Pot (1967) and one of his most memorable and successful mov...

    Robertson's most pursued interest apart from acting was flying. Cliff Robertson's interest in flying began as a thirteen-year-old.Cliff offered to clean airplane hangars for rides. Cliff's piloting skills also got him some advantage as an actor. Cliff Robertson landed the role as a squadron leader in the British war film633 Squadron. Cliff Robertson co-founded and chaired the Young Eagles Program from its inception in 1992 to 1994. The goal of the foundation was to educate young people on aviation and fly one million children before the 100th Anniversary of Flight celebration on the 17th of December 2003. They flew the one millionth Young Eagle on the 13th of November 2003. Many of the children had never flown before. On the 28th of July 2016, Harrison Ford flewthe two millionth Young Eagle. Another initiative Cliff Robertson founded was the Cliff Robertson Work Experience in 1993. This was to help young people get flight and ground school instruction in exchange for work. Cliff Rob...

    In 1977,Cliff Robertson faced the wrong side of Hollywood morality. Cliff reported a case of forgery perpetrated by Columbia Pictures head, David Begelman against the advice of many. Cliff discovered that a check of $10000 had been issued in his name for work he had not done. This led to investigation and uncovering of embezzlement charges against Begelman. David Begelman, in turn, was charged and convicted briefly. Robertsonwas suspended and fired from Columbia Pictures. However, the damage to his career was short term as he was employed soon after by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1980. Cliff Robertson, however, was the one that suffered the most of the repercussions of this scandal.Cliff wasblacklisted in Hollywood. Cliff was not cast in any movies for five years until his return in 1983 with the movie Brainstorm. The film was based on the bookIndecent Exposure,written by David McClintick an account of the 1977 scandal.

    Cliff Robertson was married twice. He first married actress and former wife of Jack Lemmon, Cynthia Stonein 1957. They had a daughter together named Stephanie. They divorced in 1959. Cliff Robertson later married actress and Post Cereals heiress, Dina Merrill in 1966. They had a daughter together, named Heather. She died in 2007. While married he and Dina Merrill played special guest villains in Batman in 1966. They divorced in 1989. Cliff Robertsonlived in Water Mill, New York at the time of his death.

    Cliff Robertsonwas said to have died of natural causes on the 10th of September 2011, a day after his 88th birthday.

    In 1968 Cliff Robertson won the Academy Award for best actor for the movie Charly. He has his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame in 2006. He was awarded Ambassador of Good Will Aviation Award by the National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association in 2008.

  7. Cliff Robertson List of Movies and TV Shows - TV Guide

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  9. Cliff Robertson and my brother | National Catholic Reporter

    Sep 15, 2011 · The actor Cliff Robertson, who died this weekend at age 88, was a very important member of my family. We were not at all related and we never actually met.

  10. Charly - Wikipedia

    Charly Gordon (Cliff Robertson) is a mentally handicapped man with a strong desire to make himself smarter. For the past two years, he has attended night school in Boston, learning to read and write from Alice Kinnian (Claire Bloom). However, his spelling and penmanship remain poor, and he is unable to spell his own name.

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