Cooper Filmography

Love in the Afternoon (1957) Engaging film with aging playboy Cooper intrigued and ultimately captured by ingenue Audrey Hepburn. Maurice Chevalier costars. Directed by Billy Wilder.
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Ten North Frederick (1958) Cooper as a businessman goaded by ambitious wife Geraldine Fitzgerald, ultimately finding true love with a sympathetic young woman (Suzy Parker), but alienating his children. Directed by Philip Dunne.
Man of the West (1958) Reformed bandit Link Jones (Cooper) must once again team up with evil ringleader Doc Tobin (Lee J. Cobb) in order to save innocent traveler Billie Ellis (Julie London.) Violent and grim. Directed by Anthony Mann.
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The Hanging Tree (1959) Compelling tale of reclusive doctor (Cooper) who treats a victim of a stage robbery (Maria Schell), ultimately causing suspicion and jealousy amongst narrow-minded townspeople. A good one. Directed by Anthony Mann. 
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They Came to Cordura (1959) Suspected of cowardice in battle, Major Thorn (Cooper) is assigned the unsavory task of making heroes out of riff-raff in the dangerous border country occupied by Pancho Villa's men. Directed by Robert Rossen.
The Wreck of the Mary Deare (1959) Salvage boat captain (Charlton Heston) boards a sinking freighter and finds only one man aboard, Gideon Patch (Cooper). Patch's refusal to explain what disaster took the rest of the crew creates good aura of mystery and suspense. Directed by Michael Anderson.
The Naked Edge (1961) Cooper's final film. Dark and mysterious tale of a woman (Deborah Kerr) who comes to suspect her husband (Cooper) may be a murderer. Directed by Michael Anderson.   photo


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