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Robert Armstrong (November 20, 1890 – April 20, 1973) was an American film actor best remembered for his role as Carl Denham in the 1933 version of King Kong by RKO Pictures. He uttered the famous exit quote, "'Twas beauty killed the beast," at the film's end. Months later, he starred as Carl Denham again in the sequel, Son of Kong, released the same year.
In the late 1950s, Armstrong appeared as Sheriff Andy Anderson on Rod Cameron's syndicated western-themed television series, State Trooper.
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|The Tip-Off||Kayo McClure||1931|
|The Most Dangerous Game||Martin Trowbridge||1932|
|King Kong||Carl Denham||1933|
|The Son of Kong||Carl Denham||1933|
|Kansas City Princess||Dynamite 'Dynie' Carson||1934|
|'G' Men||Jeff McCord||1935|
|Remember Last Night?||Fred Flannagan||1935|
|The Girl Said No||Jimmie Allen||1937|
|San Francisco Docks||Father Cameron||1940|
|The Mad Ghoul||Ken McClure||1943|
|Action in Arabia||Matthew Reed||1944|
|Mr. Winkle Goes to War||Joe Tinker||1944|
|The Pace That Thrills||J.C. Barton||1952|
|Las Vegas Shakedown||Doc||1955|
|For Those Who Think Young||Norman Armstrong (Cronin's business associate)||1964|