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Roy "Skeeter Bill" Robbins

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  • American silent-screen actor Roy Robbins, nicknamed for now obscure reasons "Skeeter Bill," usually played lowly ranch hands, subordinate henchmen, rustlers, and the like, in addition to stunt-doubling the stars. Although on screen from the early 1920s, Robbins is perhaps best remembered for supporting the fading Hoot Gibson in a 1931-1933 series of inexpensive oaters produced by M. H. Hoffman. Robbins, in fact, worked for Gibson offscreen as well, managing the star's ranch near Saugus, CA. He died in a freak accident when hit by a truck while wiping snow off his car.








No Score Yet The Dude Bandit Skeeter Bill 1933
No Score Yet The Cowboy Counsellor Deputy Lafe 1933
No Score Yet The Fighting Parson Actor 1933
No Score Yet The Boiling Point Hi Bailey 1932
No Score Yet A Man's Land Skeeter 1932
No Score Yet Local Bad Man Skeeter' Cole 1932
No Score Yet Spirit of the West ranch hand 1932
No Score Yet Wild Horse Actor 1931
No Score Yet Hard Hombre Slim 1931

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