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Robert Ober (1881–1950)


Robert Ober was born on September 3, 1881 in Bunker Hill, Illinois, USA as Robert Howard Ober. He was an actor and director, known for The Big Parade (1925), You Can't Take It with You (1945) and The Young Rajah (1922). He was married to Maude Fulton and Mabel Taliaferro. He died on December 7, 1950 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Big Parade
(1925)
You Can't Take It with You
You Can't Take It with You Grandpa Vanderhof
(1945)
The Young Rajah
The Young Rajah Horace Bennett
(1922)
Introduce Me
Introduce Me Algy Baker
(1925)

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 1950 Lights Out (TV Series)
 1938 Toils of the Law (Short)
 1938 Birth of a Baby
Mr. Case
 1929 In the Headlines
Parker
 1929 The Idle Rich
Henry Thayer
 1928 Black Butterflies
Jimmie
 1927 A Reno Divorce
Eric Frane
 1927 The King of Kings (uncredited)
 1927 The Little Adventuress
Leonard Stoddard
 1927 Held by the Law
Boris Morton
 1926 The Whole Town's Talking
Donald Montallen
 1926 Butterflies in the Rain
Emsley Charleton
 1926 Fools of Fashion
Joe Alden
 1926 The Checkered Flag
Marcel Dejeans
 1925 Morals for Men
Harvey Larkin
 1925 Time, the Comedian
Anthony Dakon
 1925 Souls for Sables
Jim Hamilton
 1925 The Mystic
Anton
 1925 Introduce Me
Algy Baker
 1922 The Young Rajah
Horace Bennett
 1922 On the High Seas
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Active on Broadway in the following productions: See more »

Height:

5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Star Sign:

Virgo

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