Richard Rober

Richard Rober

Highest Rated: 100% The Well (1951)

Lowest Rated: 14% Any Number Can Play (1949)

Birthday: May 14, 1910

Birthplace: Not Available

Supporting actor Richard Rober came to films in 1947 most often playing character bits, frequently unbilled, at 20th Century-Fox. His one-and-only film starring role was as Sheriff Ben Kellogg in United Artists' The Well (1950), a low-budget but well-intentioned plea for racial tolerance. Richard Rober was 46 years old when he was killed in an automobile accident in 1952; he made his last screen appearance five years later, when producer Howard Hughes finally released his 1950 production Jet Pilot.

Highest Rated Movies



60% Jet Pilot George Rivers 1957
No Score Yet O. Henry's Full House Chief of Detectives 1952
No Score Yet The Devil Makes Three Col. James Terry 1952
No Score Yet The Savage Capt. Arnold Vaugant 1952
No Score Yet Outlaw Women Woody Callaway 1952
No Score Yet Kid Monk Baroni Father Callahan 1952
No Score Yet The Rose Bowl Story Coach James Hadley 1952
No Score Yet Man in the Saddle Fay Dutcher 1951
100% The Well Sheriff Ben Kellogg 1951
100% The Tall Target Lt. Coulter 1951
No Score Yet Passage West Mike 1951
100% Father's Little Dividend Police Sergeant 1951
No Score Yet Dial 1119 (The Violent Hour) Capt. Henry Keiver 1950
No Score Yet Deported Bernardo Gervaso 1950
No Score Yet Sierra Big Matt 1950
No Score Yet Backfire Solly Blayne 1950
No Score Yet Watch The Birdie Hugh Shanway 1950
No Score Yet Port of New York Jim Flannery 1949
20% The Woman on Pier 13 (I Married a Communist) Jim Travis 1949
No Score Yet Task Force Jack Southern 1949
No Score Yet The File on Thelma Jordon Tony Laredo 1949
14% Any Number Can Play Lew `Angle' Debretti 1949
No Score Yet Smart Girls Don't Talk Lt. McReady 1948
No Score Yet April Showers Al Wilson 1948
76% Call Northside 777 Larson 1948


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