mitchum mitchum  /ˈmɪ tʃəm/

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  • (n) United States film actor (1917-1997)

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  1. "Well, we are experienced on the offensive line and I think we're going to be a little deeper," Tressel said. "We've got some guys in that second group like Jon Skinner and Kyle Mitchum and Ben Person and that group who are going to be...
    on Aug 7, 2006 By: Tressel Source: Ravens Insider

  2. "There was nobody else," Campbell said. "I liken Mel to the old Hollywood stars like Robert Mitchum, Lee Marvin, William Holden. . . . And we've got none of them now, do we?"
    on Jan 27, 2010 By: Martin Campbell Source: Columbus Dispatch

  3. Peter Bart, Variety editor, said: "Not so long ago, our male stars were men's men. Think John Wayne, Robert Mitchum and Steve McQueen. These days, studios are hard-pressed to find homegrown male leads."
    on Sep 1, 2008 By: Peter Bart Source: Glasgow Daily Record

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