Films: Robert Mitchum – worth another look!,_Mr._Allison

1962 – “Two for the Seesaw” This film is not one of his most popular films,  but it is one of my favourites. It shows a different type of character than most of his films.

1957- “Heaven knows, Mr.Allison” really highlights the rough and really, gritty characters we are more accustomed to see him play. I am not into war films at all, but this is a goody if you get an opportunity to see it. 

I can see why his peers used to say that he had a male magnetism that made every women look his way when he walked into a room. If you get a chance to watch either of this films I highly recommend them. (Did you know he sang too, look him up on wiki, interesting read)

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