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On this page you'll find a list of all of Bob's movies, including the ones he appeared in as actor, the ones he directed, and the ones he produced. Redford has been a very busy man, and even today has many projects going on at once.


Redford was not the first choice for the part of the Sundance Kid, but he and Paul Newman lit up the screen and made a charismatic combo. They later reteamed for THE STING.

  Robert Redford has served as executive producer on the following movies [he did not appear in these films].

The Solar Film (1980).
Promised Land (1987)
Some Girls (1988)
The Dark Wind (1991)
Incident at Oglala (1992) NOTE: Redford also narrated.
Grand Avenue [TV] (1996)
She's The One (1996)
No Looking Back (1998)
Slums of Beverly Hills (1998)
A Civil Action (1998)
How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog (2002)
Love in the Time of Money (2002)
People I Know (2002)
Skinwalkers [TV] (2002)
Coyote Waits [TV] (2003)
The Motorcycle Diaries (2004)
A Thief of Time [TV] (2004)Iconoclasts” [TV series] (2005)

Redford either appeared as an actor or directed the following films. [In one case he did both.]

As actor or director or both
1.) War Hunt (1962). Director Denis Sanders. [As soldier Roy Loomis]. 
2.) Situation Hopeless – But Not Serious (1965). Director: Gottfried Reinhardt. [As WW2 flier Hank].  
3.) Inside Daisy Clover (1966). Director: Robert Mulligan. [As bisexual actor Wade Lewis]. 
4.) The Chase  (1966). Director: Arthur Penn. [As escaped convict  Bubber Reeves]. 
5.) This Property is Condemned (1966). Director: Sydney Pollack. [As Owen Legate]. 
6.) Barefoot in the Park (1967). Director: Gene Saks. [As newlywed Paul Bratter]. 
7.) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969). Director: George Roy Hill. [As  the Sundance Kid.] 
8.) Downhill Racer (1969). Director: Michael Ritchie. [As skiing champ David Chappellet]. 
9.) Tell Them Willie Boy is Here (1969). Director Abraham Polonsky. [As Sheriff Cooper].  
10.) Little Fauss and Big Halsey (1970). Director: Sidney J. Furie. [As Big Halsey]. 
11.) The Hot Rock (1972). Director: Peter Yates. [As professional thief Dortmunder]

12.) The Candidate (1972). [As Bill McKay].
13.) Jeremiah Johnson (1972). Director: Sydney Pollack. [As mountain man Jeremiah Johnson].
14.) The Way We Were. (1973). Director: Sydney Pollack. [As Hubbell Gardiner].
15.) The Sting. (1973). Director: George Roy Hill.[As Johnny Hooker].
16.) The Great Gatsby (1974). Director: Jack Clayton. [As Jay Gatsby].
17.) The Great Waldo Pepper (1975). Director: George Roy Hill. [As ace flier Waldo Pepper].
18.) Three Days of the Condor (1975). Director: Sydney Pollack. [As Turner of the CIA].
19.) All the President's Men ((1976) Director: Alan J. Pakula. [As Waterdate reporter Bob Woodward].
20.) A Bridge too Far (1977). Director: Richard Attenborough.
21.) The Electric Horseman (1979). Director: Sydney Pollack.
22.) Brubaker (1980). Director: Stuart Rosenberg. [As prison warden Brubaker, who was based on a real man].
23.) Ordinary People (1980). Director: Robert Redford.
24. ) The Natural (1984). Director: Barry Levinson.
25.) Out of Africa (1985). Director: Sydney Pollack. [As Denys.]
26.) Legal Eagles (1986). Director: Ivan Reitman. [As Tom Logan].
27.) The Milagro Beanfield War (1988). Director: Robert Redford.
28.) Havana (1990). Director: Sydney Pollack.
29.) Sneakers (1992). Director: Phil Alden 
30.) A River Runs Through It (1992). Director: Robert Redford.
31.) Indecent Proposal (1993). Director: Adrian Lyne.
32.) Quiz Show (1994). Director: Robert Redford.
33.) Up Close and Personal (1996). Director: Jon Avnet.
34.) The Horse Whisperer (1998). Director: Robert Redford.
35.) The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000). Director: Robert Redford.
36.) The Last Castle (2001). Director: Rod Lurie. [As a court-martialed general].
37.) Spy Game (2001). Director: Tony Scott.
38.) An Unfinished Life (2005). Director: Lasse Hellstrom.
Upcoming projects: Aloft (director); Untitled Jackie Robinson Project (as Branch Rickey); Charlotte's Web (as voice of Ike).


Redford and his friend and favorite director Sydney Pollack made this spy film when the CIA was in the news and just before Watergate made all the headlines.


Redford and Mia Farrow teamed for this adapation of the famous novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald.