Best Robert Loggia movies

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Best Robert Loggia movies
Today we present the best Robert Loggia movies. If you are a great movie fan, you will surely know most of them, but we hope to discover a movie that you have not yet seen ... and that you love! Let's go there with the best movies from Robert Loggia:

TOP 25:
Raid on Entebbe
Raid on Entebbe
Robert Loggia as: Yigal Allon
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Release: 1976
Based on a true Military operation by Israeli commandos. An Air France flight is hijacked by the PFLP. The plane has about 100 Jewish passengers. The plane is grounded in Uganda. Israelis would not negotiate. The movie then shows how less than 500 soldiers actually flew so far and rescued the passengers in one of the most successful Military operations in history. The only casualty for Israeli soldiers was Lt. Col. Jonathan "Yoni" Netanyahu..

TOP 24:
Shrink
Shrink
Robert Loggia as: Dr. Robert Carter
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release: 2009
Unable to cope with a recent personal tragedy, LA's top celebrity shrink turns into a pothead with no concern for his appearance and a creeping sense of his inability to help his patients.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Dallas Roberts movies?


TOP 23:
Gladiator
Gladiator
Robert Loggia as: Pappy Jack
Genre: Action, Drama
Release: 1992
Tommy Riley has moved with his dad to Chicago from a 'nice place'. He keeps to himself, goes to school. However, after a street fight he is noticed and quickly falls into the world of illegal underground boxing - where punches can kill.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Brian Dennehy movies?

TOP 22:
The Believers
The Believers
Robert Loggia as: Lt. Sean McTaggert
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: 1987
Mourning the accidental death of his wife and having just moved to New York with his young son, laconic police psychologist Cal Jamison is reluctantly drawn into a series of grisly, ritualistic murders involving the immolation of two youths.

TOP 21:
The Greatest Story Ever Told
The Greatest Story Ever Told
Robert Loggia as: Joseph
Genre: Drama, History
Release: 1965
From his birth in Bethlehem to his death and eventual resurrection, the life of Jesus Christ is given the all-star treatment in this epic retelling. Major aspects of Christ's life are touched upon, including the execution of all the newborn males in Egypt by King Herod; Christ's baptism by John the Baptist; and the betrayal by Judas after the Last Supper that eventually leads to Christ's crucifixion and miraculous return.


TOP 20:
Over the Top
Over the Top
Robert Loggia as: Jason Cutler
Genre: Action, Drama
Release: 1987
Sylvester Stallone stars as hard-luck big-rig trucker Lincoln Hawk and takes us under the glaring Las Vegas lights for all the boisterous action of the World Armwrestling Championship. Relying on wits and willpower, Hawk tries to rebuild his life by capturing the first-place prize money, and the love of the son he abandoned years earlier into the keeping of his rich, ruthless father-in-law.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Madison Davenport movies?

TOP 19:
Smilla's Sense of Snow
Smilla's Sense of Snow
Robert Loggia as: Moritz Jasperson
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Release: 1997
Smilla Jaspersen, half Danish, half Greenlander, attempts to understand the death of a small boy who falls from the roof of her apartment building. Suspecting wrongdoing, Smilla uncovers a trail of clues leading towards a secretive corporation that has made several mysterious expeditions to Greenland. Scenes from the film were shot in Copenhagen and western Greenland. The film was entered into the 47th Berlin International Film Festival, where director Bille August was nominated for the Golden Bear.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Peter Capaldi movies?

TOP 18:
Amazon Women on the Moon
Amazon Women on the Moon
Robert Loggia as: General McCormick (uncredited)
Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction
Release: 1987
Acclaimed director John Landis (Animal House, The Blues Brothers) presents this madcap send-up of late night TV, low-budget sci-fi films and canned-laughter-filled sitcoms packed with off-the-wall sketches that will have you in stitches. Centered around a television station which features a 1950s-style sci-fi movie interspersed with a series of wild commercials, wacky shorts and weird specials, this lampoon of contemporary life and pop culture skewers some of the silliest spectacles ever created in the name of entertainment. A truly outrageous look at the best of the worst that television has to offer.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Michelle Pfeiffer movies?


TOP 17:
Psycho II
Psycho II
Robert Loggia as: Dr. Bill Raymond
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release: 1983
After years of treatment at a mental institution for the criminally insane, serial killer Norman Bates is finally released. Deciding to move back into his long-dead mother's infamous old house, he soon finds himself tormented by 'her' demands and begins to question his own sanity.

TOP 16:
Hot Pursuit
Hot Pursuit
Robert Loggia as: "Mac" MacClaren
Genre: Comedy
Release: 1987
Young Danny is following his rich girlfriend's family to the Caribbean. But suddenly he simply must make a chemistry test and cannot go with them. After they have left, he gets a leave from his professor and takes a plane to find them. But he is not quite sure where they are, and meets smugglers, crazy captains and murderers.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Richard T. Jones movies?

TOP 15:

The Two Missionaries

The Two Missionaries
Original Title: Porgi l'altra guancia
Robert Loggia as: Marchese Alfonso Felipo Gonzaga
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
Release: 1974
Two missionaries (Bud Spencer and Terence Hill) come into conflict with the authorities when they turn their missionary into a parrot farm. The Bishop of Maracaibo calls them his 'black sheep' and the Monsignore has been called to check on their behavior. Like usual, our heroes help the poor to defend themselves and provoke some funny fist fights in the process. (from Wikipedia)
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Bud Spencer movies?


TOP 14:

Flatfoot in Egypt

Flatfoot in Egypt
Original Title: Piedone d'Egitto
Robert Loggia as: Edward Burns
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Release: 1980
Inspector Rizzo and Marshal Caputo go to Egypt and look for Professor Cerullo, who is missing.

TOP 13:

Return to Me

Return to Me
Robert Loggia as: Angelo Pardipillo
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Release: 2000
It took a lot of cajoling to get Bob, a recently widowed architect, to go on a blind date at a quirky Irish-Italian eatery. Once there, he's smitten instantly not with his date but with the sharp-witted waitress. Everything seems to be going great until an unbelievable truth is revealed, one that could easily break both of their hearts for good.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best David Duchovny movies?

TOP 12:

Jagged Edge

Jagged Edge
Robert Loggia as: Sam Ransom
Genre: Thriller
Release: 1985
San Francisco heiress Page Forrester is brutally murdered in her remote beach house. Her husband Jack is devastated by the crime but soon finds himself accused of her murder. He hires lawyer Teddy Barnes to defend him, despite the fact she hasn't handled a criminal case for many years. There's a certain chemistry between them and Teddy soon finds herself defending the man she loves.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Michael Dorn movies?

TOP 11:

Prizzi's Honor

Prizzi's Honor
Robert Loggia as: Eduardo Prizzi
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama, Romance
Release: 1985
A professional hit man and hit woman fall in love, only to discover that they have each been hired to kill the other.


TOP 10:

Revenge of the Pink Panther

Revenge of the Pink Panther
Robert Loggia as: Al Marchione
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Release: 1978
Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau is dead. At least that is what the world—and Charles Dreyfus—believe when a dead body is discovered in Clouseau's car after being shot off the road. Naturally, Clouseau knows differently and, taking advantage of not being alive, sets out to discover why an attempt was made on his life.

TOP 9:

Oliver & Company

Oliver & Company
Robert Loggia as: Sykes (voice)
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Release: 1988
This animated take on Oliver Twist re-imagines Oliver as an adorable orphaned kitten who struggles to survive in New York City and falls in with a band of canine criminals led by an evil human. First, Oliver meets Dodger, a carefree mutt with street savoir faire. But when Oliver meets wealthy Jenny on one of the gang's thieving missions, his life changes forever.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Jonathan Brandis movies?

TOP 8:

Coldblooded

Coldblooded
Robert Loggia as: Gordon
Genre: Action, Comedy
Release: 1995
Cosmo, an affectless mob bookie who lives in the basement of a retirement home, is promoted to hitman. He learns his new trade from Steve, a seasoned killer. He falls in love with a yoga teacher, Jasmine, and must figure out a way to leave the mob so they can be together.

TOP 7:

Independence Day

Independence Day
Robert Loggia as: General William Grey
Genre: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction
Release: 1996
On July 2, a giant alien mothership enters orbit around Earth and deploys several dozen saucer-shaped 'destroyer' spacecraft that quickly lay waste to major cities around the planet. On July 3, the United States conducts a coordinated counterattack that fails. On July 4, a plan is devised to gain access to the interior of the alien mothership in space, in order to plant a nuclear missile.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Harry Connick Jr. movies?

TOP 6:

The Ninth Configuration

The Ninth Configuration
Robert Loggia as: Lt. Bennish
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Thriller
Release: 1980
Col. Vincent Kane is a military psychiatrist who takes charge of an army mental hospital situated in a secluded castle. Among Kane's many eccentric patients is Capt. Billy Cutshaw, a troubled astronaut in the midst of an existential crisis. Although Kane's own grasp on sanity is questionable, he manages to engage Cutshaw in a series of thoughtful conversations about science and faith that deeply affect the lives of both men.


TOP 5:

An Officer and a Gentleman

An Officer and a Gentleman
Robert Loggia as: Byron Mayo
Genre: Drama, Romance
Release: 1982
Zack Mayo is an aloof, taciturn man who aspires to be a navy pilot. Once he arrives at training camp for his 13-week officer's course, Mayo runs afoul of abrasive, no-nonsense drill Sergeant Emil Foley. Mayo is an excellent cadet, but a little cold around the heart, so Foley rides him mercilessly, sensing that the young man would be prime officer material if he weren't so self-involved. Zack's affair with a working girl is likewise compromised by his unwillingness to give of himself.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Tony Plana movies?

TOP 4:

Big

Big
Robert Loggia as: MacMillan
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance, Family
Release: 1988
When a young boy makes a wish at a carnival machine to be big—he wakes up the following morning to find that it has been granted and his body has grown older overnight. But he is still the same 13-year-old boy inside. Now he must learn how to cope with the unfamiliar world of grown-ups including getting a job and having his first romantic encounter with a woman.
Did you know that this movie is also one of best Melissa Leo movies?

TOP 3:

Somebody Up There Likes Me

Somebody Up There Likes Me
Robert Loggia as: Frankie Peppo (uncredited)
Genre: Drama
Release: 1956
The story of boxer Rocky Graziano's rise from juvenile delinquent to world champ.

TOP 2:

Lost Highway

Lost Highway
Robert Loggia as: Mr. Eddy / Dick Lauren
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Release: 1997
A tormented jazz musician finds himself lost in an enigmatic story involving murder, surveillance, gangsters, doppelgangers, and an impossible transformation inside a prison cell.

TOP 1:

Scarface

Scarface
Robert Loggia as: Frank Lopez
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Release: 1983
After getting a green card in exchange for assassinating a Cuban government official, Tony Montana stakes a claim on the drug trade in Miami. Viciously murdering anyone who stands in his way, Tony eventually becomes the biggest drug lord in the state, controlling nearly all the cocaine that comes through Miami. But increased pressure from the police, wars with Colombian drug cartels and his own drug-fueled paranoia serve to fuel the flames of his eventual downfall.



If you like the best Robert Loggia movies, then you will also like the best Richard Harris movies, where many of their films coincide.