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Robert Ober made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the drama "The Big Parade" (1925) with John Gilbert. In 1922, he made his screen debut in "The Young Rajah," starring Rudolph Valentino. In 1930, he made his directorial debut with "The Woman Racket." In 1904, he made his Broadway debut. In 1927, he starred in William C. De Mille's "The Little Adventuress." Ober was married to Maude Fulton.

Robert Ober made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the drama "The Big Parade" (1925) with John Gilbert. In 1922, he made his screen debut in "The Young Rajah," starring Rudolph Valentino. In 1930, he made his directorial debut with "The Woman Racket." In 1904, he made his Broadway debut. In 1927, he starred in William C. De Mille's "The Little Adventuress." Ober was married to Maude Fulton.

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DIRECTOR:

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  The Woman Racket (1930) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 The Birth of a Baby (1938) Mr. Case
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 In the Headlines (1929) Parker
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 The Idle Rich (1929) Henry Thayer
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 Across the Atlantic (1928) Dan Clayton
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 Black Butterflies (1928) Jimmie
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 A Reno Divorce (1927) Eric Frane
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 Held by the Law (1927) Boris Morton
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 The Little Adventuress (1927) Leonard Stoddard
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 Butterflies in the Rain (1927) Emsley Charleton
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