Robert Young (disambiguation)

"Robert Young" is composed of at least 23 distinct authors, divided by their works.

About the Author

Author Division

Robert Young (6)

A Companion to Ethics (1991) — Contributor — 384 copies
Divine Commands and Morality (1981) — Contributor — 25 copies
Medically Assisted Death (2007) 13 copies
Afterwords (1992) — Contributor — 2 copies

Robert Young (9)

Jane Eyre [1997 TV movie] (1997) — Director — 62 copies
Jeeves & Wooster: The Complete First Season (1990) — Director — 55 copies
Fierce Creatures [1997 film] (1997) — Director — 51 copies
Jeeves & Wooster: The Complete Second Season (1991) — Director — 35 copies
Robin of Sherwood: Set One (2007) — Director — 22 copies
Robin of Sherwood: The Complete TV Series (2008) — Director — 18 copies
Vampire Circus [1971 film] (1971) 11 copies
Eichmann [2007 film] (2007) 10 copies

Robert Young (23)

Secret Agent [1936 film] (1936) 92 copies
Crossfire [1947 film] (1947) — Actor — 35 copies
The Canterville Ghost [1944 film] (1944) — Actor — 24 copies
Stowaway [1936 film] (1936) — Actor — 19 copies
The Enchanted Cottage [1945 film] (1945) — Actor — 16 copies
Sitting Pretty [1948 film] (2013) — Actor — 10 copies
The Second Woman [1950 Film] (1950) — Actor — 9 copies
Western Union [1941 film] (2013) 7 copies
Marcus Welby M.D.: The Best of Season 1 (2010) — Actor — 6 copies
H.M. Pulham, Esq [1941 film] (1941) — Actor — 6 copies
They Won't Believe Me [1947 film] (1947) — Actor — 6 copies
Lady Be Good [1941 film] (1991) 5 copies
Northwest Passage [1940 film] (1940) — Actor — 5 copies
The Secret of the Incas [1954 film] (1954) — Actor — 4 copies
That Forsyte Woman [1949 film] (1949) — Actor — 3 copies
Honolulu [1939 film] (1939) — Actor — 3 copies
The Kid from Spain [1932 film] (1932) — Actor — 3 copies
The Bride Wore Red [1937 film] (2014) — Actor — 2 copies
Tugboat Annie [1933 film] (2011) — Actor — 2 copies
Spitfire [1934 film] (1991) 2 copies
Slightly Dangerous [1943 film] (1943) — Actor — 2 copies
Journey for Margaret [1942 film] (2011) — Actor — 2 copies
Adventure in Baltimore [1949 film] (2015) — Actor — 1 copy

Robert Young (3)

Works have been aliased into Robert J. C. Young.

White Mythologies (1990) 118 copies
Untying the Text (1981) 31 copies

Robert Young (5)

Folk Art (1999) 15 copies

Robert Young (22)

Gatecrasher (2012) 7 copies
Adrenaline (2013) 4 copies

Robert Young (13)

Works have been aliased into Robert H. Young.

Robert Young (unknown)

The Altered I (1976) — Contributor, some editions — 66 copies
Roundup: A Nebraska Reader (1957) — Contributor — 21 copies
Other Days 4 copies
Holy Moments (1985) 3 copies
Pistolero fuori tempo — Contributor — 3 copies
Free associations (1992) 3 copies
Bitter Sweet 2 copies
I like to eat 2 copies
Sweet Tooth 2 copies
Yes, I can! 2 copies
Blood Monkey — Director — 2 copies
Sandstone landforms (2012) 2 copies
One Trick Pony (2011) 2 copies
Robert Young 2 copies
Tied To Danger (2021) 1 copy
Sweet Rosie O'Grady [1943 film] (1943) — Actor — 1 copy
Death on the Diamond [1934 film] (1934) — Actor — 1 copy
Paradise for Three [1938 film] (1938) — Actor — 1 copy
I Met Him in Paris [1937 film] (1937) — Actor — 1 copy
The Big Moment [1954 short film] (1954) — Narrator — 1 copy
The Bride Comes Home [1935 film] (1935) — Actor — 1 copy

Common Knowledge

Disambiguation notice
#1 Robert Young (1822-1888), LL.D., Biblical scholar, Scottish publisher, and author of Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible;
#2 Robert "Bob" (William) Young, b. 1952 - Canadian entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Red Hat and then of Lulu Publishing, and author of Under the Radar: How Red Hat Changed the Software Business--and Took Microsoft by Surprise;
#3 Robert J. C. Young (1950-), British-born post-colonial theorist, cultural critic, historian, and author of Postcolonialism: A Very Short Introduction;
#4 Robert Young, 1951- Oregon-based educator and author of over twenty nonfiction books for children, including the Personal Tour series, the Collectibles series, and the Both Sides series;
#5 Robert Young, 1954 June 1- author of Folk Art
#6 Robert Young, Ph. D., reader in philosophy at La Trobe University (Australia) and author of Medically Assisted Death;
#7 Robert M. (Robert Maxwell) Young, 1935-, American-born, London-based historian and philosopher of science, psychotherapist, and author of The Oedipus Complex (Ideas in Psychoanalysis);
#8 Robert Young, social reformer, (18th century), author of An essay on the powers and mechanism of nature; intended, by a deeper analysis of physical principles, to extend, improve, and more firmly establish, the grand superstructure of the Newtonian system
#9 Robert William Young (1933-), British film and television director, whose productions include the 1990 "Jeeves and Wooster" television series;
#10 Robert Young, 1943- author of Past Lives : The Key to Your Present Relationships
#11 Robert Young, (b. 1860) author of # Timothy Hackworth and the locomotive;
12) Young, Robert F.R.S.G.S. wrote Modern Missions.
13) Young, Robert H. did All for Love.
14) Robert Young - publisher/editor of Comics Interpreter, a zine of comics criticism, is unlikely to be the same as any of the above. He lives in Hanahan, SC.
15) Young, Robert, fl. 1800-1830. The Orange minstrel
17) Young, Robert 1938- Ten Years....
#21 Robert Young, Jr. d. 2008-10-01 - Great Weapons of World War II
#22 Robert Young of Bournemouth, England - Gatecrasher
#23 Young, Robert, actor 1907-1998 - The Enchanted Cottage
#24 Robert Young, composer - When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
#25 Robert Young edited Sexual Difference
#26 Young, Robert 1811-1908 Poems in the Dorset Dialect
#27 Young, Robert 1954- Mesolithic Lifeways
#28 Robert Young, of Spynie. fl. 1871 - The parish of Spynie, in the county of Elgin
#29 Young, Robert Milton 1924- American film director