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      Bob Sweeney

      Bob Sweeney

      Highest Rated: 86% The Last Hurrah (1958)

      Lowest Rated: 83% Marnie (1964)

      Birthday: Oct 19, 1918

      Birthplace: San Francisco, California, USA

      Veteran TV, film and radio actor turned successful TV director and producer. Sweeney's entertainment career began in the waning days of the golden age of radio, first as an announcer and then as half of a popular comedy team. He moved on to the infant medium of TV where he made a niche for himself as a supporting player on several early sitcoms. Sweeney co-starred with Gale Gordon (later of "The Lucy Show") in a short-lived sitcom before landing what must have seemed like a plum role at the time: Fibber McGee on the NBC TV version of "Fibber McGee and Molly," the immensely popular radio sitcom. However the show failed and Sweeney shifted most of his attention to TV directing. As an actor, Sweeney is best known to film audiences as the smugly earnest undertaker in John Ford's "The Last Hurrah" (1958) and as Cousin Bob in Alfred Hitchcock's "Marnie" (1964).

      Highest rated movies

      The Last Hurrah poster
      The Last Hurrah
      Marnie poster
      Marnie

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      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Remembrance of József Romvári Producer - 2020
      No Score Yet 54% Murder 101 Tilden Crane (Character) - 1991
      No Score Yet 43% Born to Ride Gus (Character) $17.7K 1990
      No Score Yet No Score Yet If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium Director - 1987
      No Score Yet 70% Return to Mayberry Director - 1986
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Spencer's Pilots Director - 1976
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Hawaii Five-0: The 90-Second War Director - 1972
      83% 73% Marnie Cousin Bob (Character) - 1964
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Bristle Face Director - 1964
      No Score Yet 55% Moon Pilot Sen. Henry McGuire (Character) - 1962
      No Score Yet 69% Toby Tyler Harry Tupper (Character) - 1960
      86% 81% The Last Hurrah Johnny Degnan (Character) - 1958
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Mr. Scoutmaster Mr. Hackett (Character) - 1953
      No Score Yet 33% South Sea Woman Defense Lt. Miller (Character) - 1953
      No Score Yet 33% It Grows on Trees McGuire (Character) - 1952

      TV

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Tracey Ullman Show Unknown (Guest Star) 1990
      No Score Yet No Score Yet It's a Living Director 1987-1988
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Matlock Director 1987
      No Score Yet 74% MacGyver Director 1987
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Simon & Simon Director 1986
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Last Precinct Director 1986
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Trapper John, M.D. Director 1981-1982 1985
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Finder of Lost Loves Director 1984
      No Score Yet 67% The Dukes of Hazzard Director 1982 1984
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Fantasy Island Director 1982-1984
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Waltons Director 1981
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Disney's Wonderful World Mr. Harker (Character) 1980
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Room 222 Director 1970
      No Score Yet 100% Hogan's Heroes Director 1966-1968 1970
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Courtship of Eddie's Father Director 1970
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Doris Day Show Director 1968
      No Score Yet No Score Yet That Girl Director 1966
      No Score Yet 100% The Andy Griffith Show Director 1960-1963
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Rifleman Unknown (Guest Star) 1960-1961
      No Score Yet 79% Alfred Hitchcock Presents Unknown (Character) 1960
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Climax! Unknown (Character) 1955 1958
      No Score Yet No Score Yet I've Got a Secret Guest 1958
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Our Miss Brooks Oliver Munsey (Guest Star) 1955
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Shower of Stars Bob Cratchit (Character) 1954
      No Score Yet No Score Yet I Married Joan Joe Perkins (Guest Star) 1952