Robert Benchley - Rotten Tomatoes

Robert Benchley

Highest Rated:   100% Road to Utopia (1945)
Lowest Rated:   80% China Seas (1935)
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Was of Irish and Welsh descent.Met his wife in high school.Enrolled in theatrical productions during his high school years.During his first year at Harvard, he became very popular because of his comedic impression of students and teachers.Writer Peter Benchley, who wrote Jaws, is his grandson.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
83% Blue Skies
  • Businessman
1946
No Score Yet Janie Gets Married
  • John Van Brunt
1946
No Score Yet The Bride Wore Boots
  • Tod Warren
1946
No Score Yet Stork Club
  • Tom Curtis
1945
No Score Yet Weekend at the Waldorf
  • Randy Morton
1945
No Score Yet It's in the Bag
  • Parker
1945
100% Road to Utopia
  • Narrator
1945
No Score Yet I'm a Civilian Here Myself!
  • Actor
1945
No Score Yet Janie
  • John Van Brunt
1944
No Score Yet Flesh And Fantasy
  • Doakes
1943
No Score Yet The Sky's the Limit
  • Phil Harriman
1943
95% I Married a Witch
  • Dr. Dudley White
1942
No Score Yet Take a Letter, Darling (Green-Eyed Woman)
  • G.B. Atwater
1942
100% The Major and the Minor
  • Mr. Osborne
1942
No Score Yet Young and Willing
  • Arthur Kenny
1942
No Score Yet Bedtime Story
  • Eddie Turner
1941
No Score Yet Three Girls About Town
  • Wilburforse Paddle
1941
No Score Yet You'll Never Get Rich
  • Martin Cortland
1941
100% The Reluctant Dragon
  • Himself
  • Screenwriter
1941
No Score Yet Nice Girl?
  • Oliver W.H. Dana
1941
95% Foreign Correspondent
  • Screenwriter
  • Stebbins
1940
No Score Yet Live, Love and Learn
  • Oscar
1937
100% Broadway Melody of 1938
  • Duffy, Raleigh's P.R. Man
1937
No Score Yet Piccadilly Jim
  • Macon
1936
80% China Seas
  • Charlie McCaleb
1935
No Score Yet Murder on a Honeymoon
  • Screenwriter
1935
80% Dancing Lady
  • Ward King
1933
No Score Yet Rafter Romance
  • Hubbell
1933
No Score Yet Headline Shooter
  • Radio announcer
1933

Quotes from Robert Benchley's Characters