Vaughn started off his career, like many notable actors, working for Roger Corman, the famous master of low-budget cinema. Yes, Vaughn was already 22 when he played the teenage caveman.
Vaughn received an Oscar nomination playing the wise, heartbroken sage to Paul Newman's more reckless young soacialite in this rarely-discussed film.
Vaughn played a gunman who was having a struggle of identity - and one of the title seven - in this well-worn, well-known classic western.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. was re-edited and released as nine feature films over the course of four years. Although technically a TV show, the U.N.C.L.E. movies were many people's introduction to the characters.
Vaughn played an ambitious politician who sets the plot in motion in this classic cop movie starring Steve McQueen, as well as one of the most impressive car chases in any feature film.
In this notorious, star-studded disaster film - about a high-rise that catches on fire - Vaughn was joined by a host of other well-known faces.
Although uncredited, Vaughn was positively chilling as the voice of the evil sentient computer in this sci-fi freak-out about technology gone wrong.
Robert Vaughn is known as one of the more ridiculous Superman villains in this oddball Superman sequel that involved evil twins and killer computers.
Proving he has a sense of humor, Robert Vaughn agreed to appear the little-seen sequel to C.H.U.D., a corny horror film if ever there was one.
In MTV's debut picture, Vaughn was enlisted to play a cross-dressing executive. If I recall, he has no scenes with the singing cockroaches.
Not so much a film as an extended character riff from Chris Rock, Vaughn played, gamely, a high-powered exec who sought to tear down the title character.