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  • Man's Man

    • Daniel Maloney
    • 2013-12-28

    Simply said,I have followed Bob Wilke's career since 1960 or earlier,due to his "Tough Man" stage,screen prescence. When he appears with some of the greats,such as Randolph Scott,Lee Marvin,The Duke,Clint Walker or Jimmy Stewart,Mr.Wilke is not lost at all. Bob Wilke reminds me of most of the men whom I grew up with,on the tough streets of Pittsburgh.

  • Underated

    • Rance A. Nethken
    • 2007-11-25

    Bob Wilke, in my opinion is one of the top "heavies" in cinema. I would put him in the class of Jack Elam, Jack Palance, John Doucette to name a few. Bob had a style like no other. He was not pretentious but rather firm in his delivery. Case in point; in the movie "The Far Country" opposite James Stewart he was able to hold his ground opposite one of Hollywood's icons. There are few movies that Bob did that I can think of where he WAS the real heavy. I admired his character. There are so many movies that he was in that it would be hard to tell which one was his best. All!

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