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Robert Anderson

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Jul 22, 1890 In Odense, Denmark
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Hearts of the World 1918-03-11
Latest Project:
Movie Support Your Local Sheriff! 1969-03-26
Known For
Poster of The Left Handed Gun
Poster of All Ashore
Poster of White Shadows in the South Seas
Poster of Common Property
Movie Support Your Local Sheriff! Man at Kate's Eatery (uncredited) 1969-03-26
Movie Stagecoach to Dancers' Rock Carl 'Whip' Mott (as Bob Anderson) 1962-10-01
Movie The Gambler Wore a Gun Tray Larkin 1961-05-04
Movie The Crowning Experience Blaney 1960-10-22
Movie The Purple Gang Police Commissioner 1959-12-18
Movie The Left Handed Gun Hill 1958-05-07
Movie The Man Who Died Twice Sgt. Williams (as Bob Anderson) 1958-06-06
Movie Buchanan Rides Alone Waldo Peck 1958-08-01
Movie Time Table Sheriff Jack of Winston 1956-02-08
Movie Fury at Gunsight Pass Sam Morris 1956-02-15
Movie Wichita Bank Robber 1955-07-03
Movie All Ashore Ship's Officer 1953-03-03
Movie Untamed Frontier Ezra McCloud 1952-07-22
Movie Gold Strike Bart (as Bob Anderson) 1950-03-29
Movie The Desert Hawk Judah 1950-08-05
Movie Peggy Man with Van 1950-07-01
Movie The Story of Molly X Prosecutor 1949-11-01
Movie Undertow Stoner - Tall Thug 1949-12-03
Movie White Shadows in the South Seas Sebastian 1928-11-11
Movie The Wrong Mr. Wright Wright 1927-02-27
Movie Love Me and the World Is Mine Orderly 1927-09-26
Movie The Beautiful Cheat Dan Brodie 1926-02-21
Movie The Temptress Pirovani 1926-10-03
Movie The Eternal Struggle Olaf Olafson 1923-10-08
Movie Tillie Absalom Puntz 1922-01-30
Movie Below the Deadline Hot Dog Heine 1921-11-06
Movie Dr. Jim Unknown 1921-11-28
Movie Once to Every Woman Phineas Scudder 1920-09-06
Movie A Petal on the Current Unknown 1919-08-03
Movie The Right to Happiness Unknown 1919-08-30
Movie Common Property Paval ("Pavel") Pavlovitch 1919-10-18
Movie Hearts of the World Monsieur Cuckoo 1918-03-11
Movie The Heart of Humanity Paul Patricia 1918-12-21