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Jason Nelson Robards, Jr. (July 26, 1922 – December 26, 2000) was an American actor on stage and in film and television and a winner of the Tony Award (theatre), two Academy Awards (film) and the Emmy Award (television). He was also a United States Navy combat veteran of World War II.
He became famous playing works of Eugene O'Neill, an American playwright, and regularly performed in O'Neill's works throughout his career. Robards was cast in both common-man roles and as well-known historical figures.
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|The Journey||Paul Kedes (as Jason Robards Jr.)||1959|
|Tender Is The Night||Dr. Richard 'Dick' Diver (as Jason Robards Jr.)||1962|
|Act One||George S. Kaufman||1963|
|A Big Hand for the Little Lady||Henry Drummond||1966|
|Once Upon a Time in the West||Cheyenne||1968|
|The Ballad of Cable Hogue||Cable Hogue||1970|
|Tora! Tora! Tora!||Lt. General Walter C. Short||1970|
|Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid||Governor Wallace||1973|
|A Moon for the Misbegotten||James Tyrone Jr.||1975|
|A Boy and His Dog||Lou Craddock||1975|
|All the President's Men||Ben Bradlee||1976|
|Melvin and Howard||Howard Hughes||1980|
|Burden of Dreams||Fitzcarraldo||1982|
|The Day After||Dr. Russell Oakes||1983|
|The Long Hot Summer||Will Varner||1985|
|Inherit the Wind||Harry Drummond||1988|
|The Good Mother||Muth||1988|
|Metallica: One||Joe's Father||1989|
|Dream a Little Dream||Coleman Ettinger||1989|
|Quick Change||Chief Rotzinger||1990|
|The Paper||Graham Keighley||1994|
|The Real Macaw||Grandpa Girdis||1998|
|Enemy of the State||Congressman Phillip Hammersley||1998|
|My Best Fiend||Fitzcarraldo (archive footage)||1999|
|The American Experience: Eugene O'Neill: A Documentary Film||Himself (archive footage)||2006|