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Bob Beattie

Bob Beattie was born on January 24, 1931 in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA as Robert Beattie. He is an actor, known for Over the Top (1987), ABC's Wide World of Sports (1961) and Combat! (1962). He was previously married to Cheryl Britton. See full bio »

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 1987 Over the Top
 1964 Combat! (TV Series)
German skier
- Mountain Man (1964) ... German skier
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 1989 To the Limit (Documentary short) (special thanks: ESPN)
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 2000 ESPN SportsCentury (TV Series documentary)
- Frank Gifford (2000) ... Himself
 1971-1980 ABC's Wide World of Sports (TV Series)
Himself / Himself - Announcer
- Episode dated 17 February 1980 (1980) ... Himself
- Episode dated 28 February 1977 (1977) ... Himself - Announcer
- Episode dated 11 April 1976 (1976) ... Himself
- Episode dated 12 April 1975 (1975) ... Himself
- Episode dated 6 November 1971 (1971) ... Himself
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 1996 Wide World of Sports 35th Anniversary Special (TV Movie documentary)

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Was ABC Sports' expert commentator for Alpine Skiing events, including the World Cup and the Winter Olympics. He was very well-known for his call of the Gold Medal-winning run of Franz Klammer in the Downhill at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Insbruck, Austria. See more »

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