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Also Known As: Robert Watson,Robert Watson Knucher,Bob Watson,Robert Watson Died: May 22, 1965
Born: November 28, 1888 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Springfield, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ... actor
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Bobby Watson was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Watson's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "Syncopation" (1929), the drama "Arrowsmith" (1931) with Ronald Colman and the comedy adaptation "High Pressure" (1932) with William Powell. He also appeared in the Marion Davies musical "Going Hollywood" (1933), "Moonlight and Pretzels" (1933) and "Wine, Women, and Song" (1933). He continued to act in productions like "Only Eight Hours" (1935), "The Murder Man" (1935) and "You're a Sweetheart" (1937) with Alice Faye. He also appeared in "Torchy Blane: The Adventurous Blonde" (1937). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in the crime adaptation "Hold That Blonde" (1945) with Eddie Bracken, the Cary Grant biopic drama "Night and Day" (1946) and the thriller "The Big Clock" (1948) with Ray Milland. He also appeared in "The Paleface" (1948) with Bob Hope and the Betty Hutton musical comedy "Red, Hot and Blue" (1949). Watson more recently acted in the Danny Kaye comedy "On the Double" (1961). Watson passed away in May 1965 at the age of 77.

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