Robert Hutton Biography (1920-1994)



Real name, Robert Bruce Winne; born June 11, 1920, in Kingston, NY; died August 8, 1994, in Kingston, NY. Actor and director. After appearing with Cary Grant in Destination Tokyo, Hutton went on to star in a number of films throughout the 1940s and 1950s, including Janie, New Mexico, And Baby Makes Three, Slaughter Trail, The Steel Helmet, Cinderfella, and Hollywood Canteen, for which he is perhaps best known. In 1963 he directed The Slime People, a film inwhich he also starred, and in 1975 he portrayed Alexander Hamilton in the last film of his career, The New Roof. Hutton appeared in numerous episodes of television series such as Gruen Guild Playhouse, and in QB VII, a television movie.

Gender
Male
Occupation
actor, director
Birth Details
June 11, 1920
Kingston, New York, United States
Death Details
August 8, 1994
Kingston, New York, United States

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