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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.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
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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