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Also Known As: Dick Erdman Died:
Born: June 1, 1925 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Enid, Oklahoma, USA Profession: actor, director

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DIRECTOR:

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  Brothers O'Toole, The (1973) Director
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  Bleep (1971) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Jesse (1988) Dr Adams
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 Valet Girls (1987)
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 Trancers (1985)
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 Tomboy (1985) Chester
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 Heidi's Song (1982) Voice Of Herr Sessman
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 Great Man's Whiskers, The (1973) Joseph Somerby
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 Visions... (1972) Lester Ellis
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albatros1 ( 2007-10-04 )

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The son of an itinerant piano tuner-father and a restaurateur-mother, Richard Erdman was born in Oklahoma and grew up in Colorado. Having taken drama lessons since his early childhood, Erdman was 15 when he was brought to Hollywood by his mother to be "discovered." It wasn't until he'd held down an interim job as a sports reporter for the Los Angeles Examiner that Erdman finally appeared in his first film, Warner Bros.' Janie (1944). Rapidly outgrowing juvenile roles, Erdman played character parts in Hollywood films like Stalag 17 (1953) and in such European productions as Four Days Leave (1950) and Face of Fire (1959). In 1961, Erdman co-starred on the short-lived sitcom The Tab Hunter Show, playing Tab's millionaire-playboy buddy, Peter Fairchild III. In 1973, Erdman made his big-screen directorial debut with The Brothers O'Toole. Since that time, Richard Erdman has kept busy as a voice-over actor, offering a wide range of vocal characterizations for dozens of TV cartoon series, as well as the 1994 animated feature film The Pagemaster.

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