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Bob Duncan (I) (1904–1967)

Bob Duncan was born on December 7, 1904 in Topeka, Kansas, USA as Robert F. Duncan. He was an actor and writer, known for The Marshal's Daughter (1953), Range Beyond the Blue (1947) and Border Feud (1947). He was married to Wanda Duncan. He died on March 13, 1967 in North Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Marshal's Daughter
The Marshal's Daughter Trigger Gans
(1953)
Range Beyond the Blue
Range Beyond the Blue Lash Taggert
(1947)
Border Feud
Border Feud Jack Barton
(1947)
Tumbleweed Trail
Tumbleweed Trail Brad Barton
(1946)

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 1953 The Marshal's Daughter
Trigger Gans
 1951 New Mexico
Corporal Mack
 1950 Law of the Panhandle
Evans
 1949 The Fighting Redhead
Sheriff
 1949 Son of Billy the Kid
Clem Yantis
 1949 Outlaw Country
Fighting Deputy
 1948 Tex Granger: Midnight Rider of the Plains
Chapman (uncredited)
 1948 The Westward Trail
Chuck Larson
 1947 The Sea Hound
Sloan (as Robert Duncan)
 1947 Border Feud
Jack Barton
 1947 Range Beyond the Blue
Lash Taggert
 1947 Rainbow Over the Rockies
John Harvin (uncredited)
 1946 Song of the Sierras
Bill Danvers
 1946 Wild West
Henchman Rocky
 1946 Tumbleweed Trail
Brad Barton
 1946 Colorado Serenade
Ringo
 1946 The Caravan Trail
Henchman Poker Face
 1946 Moon Over Montana
Henchman Donovan
 1946 The Phantom Rider
Indian Guard (uncredited)
 1946 Up Goes Maisie (uncredited)
 1946 The Scarlet Horseman
Henchman (uncredited)
 1945 Lonesome Trail
Hawkins (uncredited)
 1945 Northwest Trail
Henchman (uncredited)
 1945 Flaming Bullets
Bartender Eddie
 1945 Saddle Serenade
Henchman Fred (uncredited)
 1945 Three in the Saddle
Dan Brown (uncredited)
 1945 Flame of the West
Henchman Sam (uncredited)
 1945 Springtime in Texas
Deputy Frank (uncredited)
 1945 The Cisco Kid Returns
Deputy (uncredited)
 1944 End of the Road
Barnery (uncredited)
 1940 The Carson City Kid
Posse Rider (uncredited)
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On March 13, 1967, he called the police in North Hollywood, CA, and told them that he was going to kill himself. When the police got to his house they found him lying dead on his couch. He had shot himself in the head with a .22-cal. rifle.

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