• Robert Culp

    1930 - 2010

    Robert Culp (1930 - 2010)

    Culp was born in Oakland, California to Crozier Cordell Culp, an attorney, and his wife, Bethel Martin (Collins) Culp. He graduated from Berkeley High School, where he was a pole vaulter and took second place at the 1947 CIF California State Meet. He attended the College of the Pacific, Washington University in St. Louis, San […]

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  • Robert Cummings

    1910 - 1990

    Robert Cummings (1910 - 1990)

    Robert Cummings was born in Joplin, Missouri, a son of Dr. Charles Clarence Cummings and the former Ruth Annabelle Kraft. His father was a surgeon, who was part of the original medical staff of St. John’s Hospital in Joplin. He was the founder of the Jasper County Tuberculosis Hospital in Webb City, Missouri. Cummings’ mother […]

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  • Robert Doisneau

    1912 - 1994

    Robert Doisneau (1912 - 1994)

    Acclaimed French Photographer. He is one of the most importants photographs of the XX Century. He is remembered for his photograph “Baiser de l’Hôtel de Ville.” Other works are “Les Petits Enfants au Lait,” “Les Pains de Picasso,” “L’Accordeoniste, Rue Mouffetard” and “Le Cheval Tombe.” (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

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  • Robert Donat

    1905 - 1958

    Robert Donat (1905 - 1958)

    Initially, around 1930 and 1931, Robert Donat was known as “screen test” Donat in the industry because of his many unsuccessful auditions for film producers.[6] MGM’s producer Irving Thalberg spotted him on the London stage in Precious Bane, and Donat was offered a part in the American studio’s Smilin’ Through (1932). He rejected this offer. […]

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  • Robert Donner

    1931 - 2006

    Robert Donner (1931 - 2006)

    Actor. He is usually remembered for his numerous character roles playing eccentrics, including his perhaps best remembered role of the crazy prophet Exidor on the sitcom, “Mork and Mindy.” Born in New York City, Donner grew up in New Jersey, Michigan and Texas. Upon graduating from high school, he spent four years in the US […]

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  • Robert DoQui

    1934 - 2008

    Robert DoQui (1934 - 2008)

    Actor. A versatile performer, he is best known for his role as police Sgt. Warren Reed in the three “Robocop” films. During his 50-year career he appeared in dozens of television shows,  including “Gunsmoke,” “Tarzan,” “I Dream of Jeannie,” “Happy Days,” “The Jeffersons,” “Maude,” “Hill Street Blues” and “E.R.” His movie credits include The Cincinnati […]

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  • Robert Douglas

    1909 - 1999

    Robert Douglas (1909 - 1999)

    Actor. British leading man in theatre and motion pictures. He appeared in British and American films from 1931 until 1978. His filmography includes such films as “The Challenge” (1938), “Adventures of Don Juan” (1948), “The Flame and the Arrow” (1950), “The Virgin Queen” (1955) and “The Prisoner of Zenda” (1952). He had a great screen […]

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  • Robert Drysdale

    1970 - 1951

    Robert Drysdale (1970 - 1951)

    Prolific British stage actor. Amongst his appearances in London’s West End was “Storm in a Teacup” at the Garrick Theatre.  (bio by: Kieran Smith)

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  • Robert Dunn

    1941 - 2009

    Robert Dunn (1941 - 2009)

    Robert Dunn (c. 1941 – 11 July 2009) was an Australian convicted child molester. He was a school teacher by profession, working for the Marist Brothers, a Catholic religious order. He began a 20-year jail sentence in 2001 for 24 sexual offences occurring between 1985 and 1995. In 1996, a Royal Commission chaired by Justice James […]

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  • Robert E. Gross

    1897 - 1961

    Robert E. Gross (1897 - 1961)

    Industrialist.  Chief executive officer and chairman of the Lockheed Company. (bio by: Theologianthespian)  Family links:  Parents:  Robert Haven Gross (1864 – 1942)  Mabel Bowman Bell Gross (1873 – 1964)

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  • Robert E. Petersen

    1926 - 2007

    Robert E. Petersen (1926 - 2007)

    Entrepreneur. In 1948 he founded Hot Rod Magazine,  which was instrumental in the evolution of hot-rod auto culture. He went on to create the largest special interest publishing company in America. His consumer magazines included Motor Trend,  Car Craft,  Guns & Ammo,  Sport,     Motorcyclist,  Hunting,  Mountain Biker,  Photographic,  Teen,  and Sassy. When he […]

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  • Robert Easton

    1930 - 2011

    Robert Easton (1930 - 2011)

    Beginning in 1945, he was heard on radio’s Quiz Kids. He portrayed Magnus Proudfoot on radio’s Gunsmoke and also appeared in other radio programs, including Fibber McGee and Molly, The Fred Allen Show, The Halls of Ivy, Our Miss Brooks, Suspense, William Shakespeare—A Portrait in Sound and The Zero Hour. On film, one of his earliest […]

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  • Robert Edeson

    1868 - 1931

    Robert Edeson (1868 - 1931)

    Actor. Edeson began his film career working with Cecil B. De Mille on “The Call of the North” in 1914 then moved on to Vitagraph where he remained for the rest of the teens. In the 1920s he returned to work for De Mille playing the man-of-the-world type roles. Married to actress Mary Newcomb, Edeson […]

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  • Robert Edmund Cormier

    1925 - 2000

    Robert Edmund Cormier (1925 - 2000)

    Author, Journalist. He wrote and won awards for his Young Adult Literature. His works include “Now and at the Hour”, “A Little Raw on Monday Mornings”, “Take Me Where the Good Times Are” and “The Chocolate War”.  Family links:  Parents:  Lucien J Cormier (1898 – 1959)  Irma M. Collins Cormier (1900 – 1991)  Spouse:  Constance […]

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  • Robert Elkington Wood

    1879 - 1969

    Robert Elkington Wood (1879 - 1969)

    Businessman. A graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, New York, he was achieved the rank of Brigadier General in the United States Army. In 1924 he became vice-president and in 1928 president of Sears, Roebuck, a small rural mail-order company that soon became one of the great retail stores of the world.. […]

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  • Robert Ellenstein

    1923 - 2010

    Robert Ellenstein (1923 - 2010)

    Robert Ellenstein (June 18, 1923 – October 28, 2010) was an American actor. The son of Meyer Ellenstein, a Newark dentist, Robert Ellenstein grew up in that New Jersey city and saw his father go on to become its two-term mayor. He served in the Air Corps during World War II: earning a Purple Heart during […]

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  • Robert Elliott

    1879 - 1951

    Robert Elliott (1879 - 1951)

    Actor. He played a detective in the first “100% All-Talking Picture”, “Lights of New York” (1928), and was thereafter typecast for cop roles, especially in Warner Bros. films of the 1930s. His credits include “The Mirror” (1917),  “Resurrection” (1918),  “Man and Wife” (1923),  “The Doorway To Hell” (1930),  “Five Star Final” (1931),  “The Star Witness” […]

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  • Robert Elmer Callahan

    1892 - 1981

    Robert Elmer Callahan (1892 - 1981)

    Author, Motion Picture Writer/Producer. (bio by: A.J. Marik)

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  • Robert Enke

    1977 - 2009

    Robert Enke (1977 - 2009)

    Robert Enke was born on 24 August 1977 in Jena, where he grew up in a flat in the district of Lobeda. He was the youngest of three children born to Dirk Enke, a sports psychologist, and Gisela Enke. He began playing football from an early age, initially playing as a striker, before making the […]

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  • Robert F. Chew

    1960 - 2013

    Robert F. Chew (1960 - 2013)

    Actor. He appeared in ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Corner,’ and ‘Homicide: Life on the Street,’ He died of heart failure in his home at the age of 52.

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  • Robert Falcon Scott

    1868 - 1912

    Robert Falcon Scott (1868 - 1912)

    Captain Robert Falcon Scott, CVO, RN (6 June 1868 – 29 March 1912) was a British Royal Navy officer and explorer who led two expeditions to the Antarctic regions: the Discovery Expedition, 1901–1904, and the ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition, 1910–1913. On the first expedition, he set a new southern record by marching to latitude 82°S […]

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  • Robert Fallon

    1970 - 1970

    Robert Fallon (1970 - 1970)

    Motion picture actor of the 1940s and 50s. Married to actress Marie Wilson. They are interred together within the same niche. (bio by: A.J. Marik)  Family links:  Spouse:  Marie Wilson (1916 – 1972)* *Calculated relationship

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  • Robert Farnon

    1917 - 2005

    Robert Farnon (1917 - 2005)

    Born in Toronto, Robert Farnon was commissioned as a captain in the Canadian Army and became the conductor/arranger of the Canadian Band of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force sent overseas during World War II, which was the Canadian equivalent of the American Band of the SHAEF led by Major Glenn Miller. He was noted […]

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  • Robert Finkelhor

    1899 - 1957

    Robert Finkelhor (1899 - 1957)

    American Architect. Finkelhor, who was primarily known for designing large residences and celebrity estates, studied architecture at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburg and was a member of the Architects Institute of America from 1920 to 1923. He spent the early portion of his career in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. and Washington, D.C. and designed Air […]

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  • Robert Florey

    1900 - 1979

    Robert Florey (1900 - 1979)

    Robert Florey grew up in Paris near the studio of George Melies, and as a young man served as assistant to Louis Feuillade. In the 1920s he worked as a journalist, in Hollywood as assistant director to Josef von Sternberg, and shooting newsreel footage in New York, before making his feature directing debut in 1926. In […]

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  • Robert Fogel

    1926 - 2013

    Robert Fogel (1926 - 2013)

    Fogel was born in New York City, the son of Russian Jewish immigrants from Odessa (1922). His brother, six years his senior, was his main intellectual influence in his youth as he listened to him and his college friends intensely discuss social and economic issues of the Great Depression. He graduated from the Stuyvesant High […]

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  • Robert Ford

    1861 - 1892

    Robert Ford (1861 - 1892)

    Robert Ford was born in 1861, in Ray County, Missouri. He was the youngest child of James Thomas Ford and his wife, the former Mary Bruin. As a young man, Robert became an admirer of Jesse James for his Civil War record and criminal exploits. In 1880, at the age of 19, he finally met […]

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  • Robert Foulis

    1796 - 1866

    Robert Foulis (1796 - 1866)

    Engineer and Artist. A partner in a iron foundry, he competed a survey of the Saint John River from Fredericton, New Brunswick, to Grand Falls, New Brunswick, in 1826, designed a steam powered boat used on the Saint John River, started a school, and was one of the founders of the New Brunswick Museum. A […]

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  • Robert Francis

    1930 - 1955

    Robert Francis (1930 - 1955)

    Actor. Born Robert Charles Francis in Glendale, California to James and Lillian Francis, the youngest by a decade of three children. An excellent skier, he once had ambitions for the US Olympic team, but in 1950 he was spotted by a Hollywood talent scout and was persuaded to take acting classes. After a hiatus of […]

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  • Robert Franklyn Overmyer

    1936 - 1996

    Robert Franklyn Overmyer (1936 - 1996)

    Astronaut. He entered active duty with the US Marine Corps in 1958 and after completing Navy flight training, he was assigned to Marine Attack Squadron 214 in 1959. After various assignments at Edwards Air Force Base, California, he was chosen as an astronaut for the USAF Manned Orbiting Laboratory Program in 1966. He was selected […]

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