Roberta Haynes ‘Return to Paradise’ ‘the Nebraskan’ Died at 91

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Actress Roberta Haynes who was known for her role in the 1953 film “Return to Paradise” opposite Gary Cooper died on April 4, 2019, in Delray Beach, Florida. She was 91 years old.

Also in 1953, she starred in “The Nebraskan” which was “Fred F. Sears” and the Raoul Walsh directed film “Gun Fury.” Both movies were westerns.

Haynes was born on Aug. 19, 1929, as Roberta Arline Schack in Wichita Falls, Texas. She moved to Toronto, Canada and was raised there.

She moved to California and started her career in the movies.

In 1949, she appeared in the movie “Knock on Any Door” which starred Humphrey Bogart. She also appeared in “We Were Strangers” directed by John Huston.

She also appeared in the Broadway in 1950 in “The Madman of Chaillot” which starred John Carradine. Haynes also appeared in 1952 show “The Fighter” opposite Lee J. Cobb.

Other film credits from Haynes is “Gun Fury,” “High Noon” and “Hell Ship Mutiny.”

Haynes was no stranger to television. She guest starred on multiple shows such as “One Step Beyond,” “M Squad,” “United States Steel Hour,” “One Step Beyond,” “Richard Diamond, “The Rebel,” “Private Detective,” “Lawman,” “The F.B.I.,” “Knots Landing,” and “Falcon Crest.”

It is unknown if there will be a memorial service for Haynes.

Written by Barbara Sobel


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