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Seasons:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | unknown
Release Date:
2 January 1955 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
The romantic misadventures of Bob Collins, a suave, sophisticated bachelor and photographer operating in Hollywood, California. The show centers around his womanizing ways with his models, and his sister's attempts to make him settle down.
Awards:
Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 15 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
"Loved That Bob" See more (19 total) »

Cast

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Robert Cummings ... Bob Collins / ... (155 episodes, 1955-1959)

Ann B. Davis ... Charmaine 'Schultzy' Schultz / ... (154 episodes, 1955-1959)
Rosemary DeCamp ... Margaret MacDonald / ... (152 episodes, 1955-1959)

Dwayne Hickman ... Chuck MacDonald / ... (151 episodes, 1955-1959)
Bill Baldwin ... Announcer / ... (56 episodes, 1955-1959)
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Series Directed by
Rod Amateau (54 episodes, 1955-1958)
Robert Cummings (42 episodes, 1957-1959)
Norman Tokar (5 episodes, 1956-1957)
 
Series Writing credits
Paul Henning (88 episodes, 1955-1959)
Shirley Gordon (45 episodes, 1955-1958)
Dick Wesson (35 episodes, 1957-1959)
William Cowley (16 episodes, 1955-1957)
Phil Shuken (16 episodes, 1955-1957)
Bill Manhoff (13 episodes, 1955-1957)

Series Produced by
Paul Henning .... producer / executive producer (75 episodes, 1955-1959)
Edward Rubin .... associate producer (23 episodes, 1957-1959)
Al Simon .... associate producer (14 episodes, 1955-1957)
 
Series Original Music by
Lou Kosloff (27 episodes, 1957-1959)
Mahlon Merrick (17 episodes, 1955-1957)
Grace Merrick (2 episodes, 1955)
 
Series Cinematography by
Harry J. Wild (51 episodes, 1955-1959)
 
Series Film Editing by
Robert Crawford (43 episodes, 1955-1959)
Guy Scarpitta (6 episodes, 1955-1957)
Stanley Frazen (2 episodes, 1955)
 
Series Casting by
Kerwin Coughlin (25 episodes, 1955-1958)
 
Series Art Direction by
George Van Marter (22 episodes, 1958-1959)
Edward L. Ilou (11 episodes, 1955-1957)
Lewis H. Creber (3 episodes, 1955)
 
Series Set Decoration by
Claude E. Carpenter (34 episodes, 1955-1959)
 
Series Makeup Department
Bertha French .... hair stylist / hairdresser (35 episodes, 1955-1959)
Gene Roemer .... makeup artist (35 episodes, 1955-1959)
 
Series Production Management
George King .... production supervisor (23 episodes, 1957-1959)
 
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joseph Depew .... assistant director (35 episodes, 1955-1959)
 
Series Sound Department
C.J. 'Mickey' Emerson .... sound recordist (41 episodes, 1956-1958)
Earl Snyder .... sound / sound recordist (24 episodes, 1955-1959)
Richard Sperber .... sound editor (12 episodes, 1955-1959)
Don Sykes .... sound editor (11 episodes, 1958)
 
Series Camera and Electrical Department
William D. King .... chief electrician (11 episodes, 1958-1959)
 
Series Casting Department
Kerwin Coughlin .... casting (4 episodes, 1956-1959)
 
Series Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ernestine Wood .... costumer (22 episodes, 1958-1959)
 
Series Editorial Department
Guy Scarpitta .... editorial supervisor / supervising editor / ... (43 episodes, 1955-1959)
Stanley Frazen .... supervising editor (7 episodes, 1955-1957)
 
Series Music Department
Del Sharbutt .... composer: theme "A Romantic Guy, I" (1 episode, 1958)
 
Series Other crew
Wallace Seawell .... technical advisor (24 episodes, 1955-1959)
Joseph Depew .... assistant to producer (23 episodes, 1957-1959)
Ulla Bourne .... script supervisor (21 episodes, 1958-1959)
Edward Rubin .... assistant to producer (13 episodes, 1955-1957)
Herbert W. Browar .... production / production team (12 episodes, 1955-1957)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Love That Bob!" - USA (rerun title)
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Runtime:
30 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Decades later, Ann B. Davis reprised the role of Schultzy for a cameo in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995).See more »
Quotes:
[at the opening of the series.]
Bob:Hold it! I think you're gonna like this picture!
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Soundtrack:
A Romantic Guy, ISee more »

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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
"Loved That Bob", 24 April 2002
Author: Allanf45 from New York, NY

"Hold it, I think you're gonna like this one." To really appreciate this show I guess you had to be there, the late '50's I mean. Television was laced with action/ adventure westerns, detective/ private eye shows and screwball comedies. Then there was Love That Bob, a show about a playboy photographer living every mans dream of being surrounded by beautiful models in bathing suits, tight form fitting dresses, high heels .... well you get the picture. Add to this Ann B. Davis who could of been the prototype for Miss Moneypenny in the Bond films as his lovelorn receptionist/ secretary and Nancy Kulp as a geeky naturalist who wanted to commune with Bob. Rosemary DeCamp was wonderful as his sister and Dwayne Hickman was great as his nephew, a teenager with over active glands who wanted nothing more than to follow in his uncles wake and date Bob's model girlfriends. Bob's some time duel roll as Grandpa Collins, an elderly gent who like his grandson was a still flying high himself (in the show he flew his own bi-plane)and had his share of comic adventures with the ladies. Yeah, you had to be there for this one to really get the picture.

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