Steve Cochran Movies List

Steve Cochran
Steve Cochran
25-05-1917
Eureka, California
29

Actor Steve Cochran Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 29 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 29 movies
Mozambique
Mozambique ( English )
Artist: Steve Cochran , Hildegard Knef , Paul Hubschmid , Vivi Bach , Martin Benson
Director: Robert Lynn
Release date: 09-02-1966
The Deadly Companions
The Deadly Companions ( English )
Artist: Maureen O'Hara , Brian Keith , Steve Cochran , Chill Wills , Strother Martin
Director: Sam Peckinpah
Music Director: Marlin Skiles
Release date: 06-06-1961
The Beat Generation
The Beat Generation ( English )
Artist: Steve Cochran , Mamie Van Doren , Ray Danton , Fay Spain , Louis Armstrong
Director: Regina Carrol
Music Director: Albert Zugsmith
Release date: 03-07-1959
Quantrill's Raiders
Quantrill's Raiders ( English )
Artist: Steve Cochran , Diane Brewster , Leo Gordon , Gale Robbins , Will Wright
Director: Edward Bernds
Music Director: Marlin Skiles
Release date: 27-04-1958
I, Mobster
I, Mobster ( English )
Artist: Steve Cochran , Lita Milan , Robert Strauss , Celia Lovsky , Lili St. Cyr
Director: Roger Corman
Release Year: 1958
The Weapon
The Weapon ( English )
Director: Val Guest
Music Director: James Stevens
Release date: 17-05-1957
Slander
Slander ( English )
Artist: Van Johnson , Ann Blyth , Steve Cochran , Marjorie Rambeau , Richard Eyer
Director: Roy Rowland
Release date: 18-01-1957
Private Hell 36
Private Hell 36 ( English )
Artist: Ida Lupino , Steve Cochran , Howard Duff , Dean Jagger , Dorothy Malone
Director: Don Siegel
Music Director: Leith Stevens
Release date: 03-09-1954
Apasionadamente
Apasionadamente ( English )
Artist: Anne Baxter , Steve Cochran , Lyle Bettger , George Nader , Jay C. Flippen
Director: Kurt Neumann
Music Director: Willy Schmidt-Gentner
Release date: 16-04-1954
Back to God's Country
Back to God's Country ( English )
Director: Joseph Pevney
Release date: 01-11-1953
Showing 1 to 10 of 29 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 29 movies

Steve Cochran Biography

He is perhaps best remembered for his role of Big Ed Somers, the power hungry gangster pal of James Cagney in "White Heat" (1949). Born Robert Alexander Cochran in Eureka, California, he was the son of a California lumberjack, who moved the family to Wyoming in the 1920s, where Cochran grew to adulthood. After graduating from the University of Wyoming in 1939, Cochran began working steadily as a Wyoming cowboy, while developing his acting skills working in summer stock and regional theaters and gradually moving on to Broadway. In 1945, he signed with MGM, and for the next several years, played mostly secondary roles as gangsters or boxers. He made his film debut with "Boston Blackie Booked on Suspicion" (1945) and quickly followed with "Wonder Man" (1945). Released from his contract in 1948, he returned to Broadway where he worked with Mae West; the next year he signed on with Warner Brothers, where he earned leading roles in such films as "The Damned Don't Cry" (1950), "Highway 301" (1950) and "Tomorrow is Another Day" (1951). Warner Brothers often had him playing the villain in several of its western films, such as "Dallas" (1950), and "Back to God's Country" (1953). With the end of his contract in 1953, he began his own film company, Robert Alexander Productions, while also freelancing for other studios and moving on to guest star roles on television shows. He would show up in such television shows as Death Valley Days, Burke's Law, The Untouchables, Naked City, The Twilight Zone, Route 66, and The Virginian. A notorious womanizer, Cochran was married and divorced three times, and was often in the Hollywood tabloids reportedly having affairs with such actresses as Mae West, Jayne Mansfield, Joan Crawford, Merle Oberon, Ida Lupino and Mamie Van Doren. Cochran died under mysterious circumstances. In May 1965, Cochran had revived his production company, and together with three women, whom he had hired as his assistants, boarded his 40-foot yacht to travel to Central and South America to look for filming locations. On June 25, 1965, the yacht drifted into Port Champerico, Guatemala, with three alive but very distraught women aboard and the body of Steve Cochran, who had died ten days earlier. The women did not know how to operate the boat, and were dependent upon its drifting to shore after his death. There were numerous rumors of murder and poisoning, and actress / former lover Merle Oberon used her influence to push for further police investigation, but no evidence of foul play was ever determined. The official cause of his death was given as Acute Infectious Edema (lung infection).

Popular Co-Stars of Steve Cochran

Max Steiner
6 Movies
Virginia Mayo
4 Movies
Wally Cassell
3 Movies
Daniel Mandell
3 Movies
Perry Ferguson
3 Movies

You may also be interested in

Share Your Comments About Steve Cochran

Related Tags

Steve Cochran List of Movies, Steve Cochran films list, Steve Cochran first film, Steve Cochran latest film, Steve Cochran upcoming films, Steve Cochran movie database, Steve Cochran Filmography