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Robert R. Snow

Robert R. Snow is known for his work on X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), Contact (1997) and In the Line of Fire (1993). See full bio »

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X-Men: The Last Stand
X-Men: The Last Stand Miscellaneous Crew
Contact Miscellaneous Crew
In the Line of Fire
In the Line of Fire Miscellaneous Crew
Air Force One
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 2006 X-Men: The Last Stand (technical advisor: military/Secret Service - as Bob Snow)
 2000 Thirteen Days (consultant: Secret Service)
 1999 Dick (technical advisor: White House - as Bob Snow)
 1997 Air Force One (secret service consultant - as Bob Snow)
 1997 Contact (consultant: White House)
 1997 Absolute Power (technical advisor)
 1995 The American President (secret service consultant)
 1993 In the Line of Fire (technical advisor - as Robert Snow)
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 2000 X-Men
Secret Service
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 2005 Shootout! (TV Series documentary)
- SWAT Team Shootouts (2005) ... Himself (as Robert Snow)
 2003 Evolution in the Details: The Design of 'X2' (Video documentary short)
 2003 X-Men Production Scrapbook (Video documentary)
 2000 In the Line of Fire: The Ultimate Sacrifice (Video documentary short)
Himself (as Bob Snow)
 1993 In the Line of Fire: Behind the Scenes with the Secret Service (TV Special documentary)
Himself - Host (as Bob Snow)

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Alternate Names:

Bob Snow | Robert Snow

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For many years was an assistant director of the U.S. Secret Service, in charge of the Office of Public Affairs.

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