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Robert Eggenweiler (1923–1999)

Robert Eggenweiler was born on November 3, 1923 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. He is known for his work on WarGames (1983), Wagon Train (1957) and Popeye (1980). He died on November 12, 1999 in Hollywood, California. See full bio »

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 1990 Lucky Chances (TV Mini-Series) (location manager)
 1987 P.K. and the Kid (location manager - as Robert Eggenweiller)
 1986 Acceptable Risks (TV Movie) (location manager)
 1985 An Early Frost (TV Movie) (location manager)
 1983 WarGames (location manager)
 1982 Six Weeks (location manager - as Bob Eggenweiler)
 1982 The Entity (location manager)
 1980 Popeye (location manager)
 1973 The Naked Ape (location representative - uncredited)
  Wagon Train (TV Series) (assistant to producer - 45 episodes, 1958 - 1959) (assistant to executive producer - 1 episode, 1958) (assistant to producers - 1 episode, 1958)
- The Steve Campden Story (1959) ... (assistant to producer)
- The Conchita Vasquez Story (1959) ... (assistant to producer)
- The Vivian Carter Story (1959) ... (assistant to producer)
- The Jasper Cato Story (1959) ... (assistant to producer)
- The Annie Griffith Story (1959) ... (assistant to producer)
 1955 Mad at the World (assistant to producer)
 1953 The Hitch-Hiker (assistant to producer)
 1951 On the Loose (assistant to producer)
 1951 Hard, Fast and Beautiful (assistant to producer)
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Alternate Names:

Bob Eggenweiler | Robert L. Eggenweiler | Robert Eggenweiller

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