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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Cain's Way (1970) Gang leader
2.
 Horror of the Blood Monsters (1970) Colonel Manning
3.
 Hell's Bloody Devils (1970) Cunk
4.
 Rebel Rousers (1970)
5.
 The Red, White and Black (1970) Walking Horse
6.
 Wild Wheels (1969) King
7.
 Satan's Sadists (1969) Willie
8.
 Five Bloody Graves (1969) Ben Thompson
9.
 Blood of Dracula's Castle (1969) Johnny
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MEK ( 2009-03-11 )

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When Bob and his twin brother did the play, "The Prince and the Pauper," at eleven years of age, he knew he wanted to be an actor like his famous father, Richard Dix. Born May 8, 1935, as a twin ten minutes younger than his brother Richard, Bob grew up in their hometown of Beverly Hills, California. Bob studied as an actor at the Nation Academy of Theater Arts at Pleasantville, New York the summer he was sixteen. The live stage appearances served as a solid foundation for his future as an actor. When he was eighteen years old and the studio signed him to a long-term contract. There he started with a few lines in some of the MGM's movies. The schooling and experience led to a featured roles. With the onset of Television, the contract player became part of Hollywood history. After two years with MGM, Bob was released from his contract and became a free lance actor. He worked in numerous movies for 20th Century Fox. His work included many of the popular TV shows like. His credits in the Independent Productions of Hollywood cover a long list which include his part as, "Hamilton," in 007's "Live and Let Die" , still a favorite. Roger Moore and Bob have been close friends since their early MGM days together. Visit Bob's website; www.RobertDix.com

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