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Robert Agnew (I) (1899–1983)

Robert Agnew was born on June 4, 1899 in Dayton, Kentucky, USA. He was an actor, known for Clarence (1922), The Spanish Dancer (1923) and Passion Flower (1921). He died on November 8, 1983 in Palm Springs, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Clarence Bobby Wheeler
The Spanish Dancer
Passion Flower
Passion Flower Faustino Eusebio
The Heart of Broadway
The Heart of Broadway Billy Winters


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 1934 Little Man, What Now?
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1934 Business Is a Pleasure (Short)
 1933 Gold Diggers of 1933
Dance Director (uncredited)
 1931 The Love Bargain (Short)
Jack Van Vleck aka Perkins
 1931 The Naughty Flirt
Wilbur Fairchild
 1930 Hold the Baby (Short)
 1930 Extravagance
 1930 Mind Your Business (Short)
Tommy Seymour
 1930 French Kisses (Short)
 1930 Pick 'Em Young (Short)
 1930 The Woman Racket
Rags (as Bobby Agnew)
 1928 The Midnight Taxi
Jack Madison (as Bobby Agnew)
 1928 The Heart of Broadway
Billy Winters (as Bobby Agnew)
 1927 The College Hero
Bob Cantfield (as Bobbie Agnew)
 1927 Slightly Used
Donald Woodward
 1927 The Prince of Headwaiters
Elliott Cable
 1927 She's My Baby
Bobby Horton
 1927 Heart of Salome
 1927 Snowbound
Peter Foley
 1927 Down the Stretch
Marty Kruger
 1927 The Fourth Commandment
 1927 Quarantined Rivals
Bruce Farney
 1927 Wandering Girls
Jerry Arnold
 1926 Dancing Days
Gerald Hedman
 1926 Unknown Treasures
Bob Ramsey
 1926 Racing Blood
James Fleminng
 1926 The Taxi Mystery
Harry Canby
 1926 Wild Oats Lane
The Boy
 1925 The Great Love
Dr. Lawrence Tibbits
 1925 Steppin' Out
Henry Brodman Jr.
 1925 Tessie
Roddy Wells (as Bobby Agnew)
 1925 Lost: A Wife
 1925 The Man Without a Conscience
James Warren
 1925 Private Affairs
Fred Henley
 1925 The Denial
Young Officer
 1924 Gold Heels
 1924 Troubles of a Bride
Robert Wallace
 1924 Wine
Harry Van Alstyne
 1924 Wine of Youth
Bobby Hollister
 1924 Broken Barriers
Bobbie Durland
 1924 Those Who Dance
Matt Carney
 1924 Love's Whirlpool
 1923 Woman-Proof
Dick Rockwood
 1923 The Spanish Dancer
 1923 The Marriage Maker
Cyril Overton
 1923 Bluebeard's 8th Wife
Albert deMarceau
 1923 Only 38
Bob Stanley
 1923 Prodigal Daughters
Lester Hodge
 1923 Trimmed in Scarlet
David Peirce
 1923 Three Who Paid
Hal Sinclair
 1922 Pawn Ticket 210
Chick Saxe
 1922 A Dangerous Game
John Kelley
 1922 Kick In
Jerry Brandon
 1922 A Dangerous Adventure
Jimmy Morrison
 1922 Clarence
Bobby Wheeler
 1922 Who Are My Parents?
Bob Hale
 1922 Without Fear
Walter Hamilton
 1921 The Wonderful Thing
Laurence Mannerby
 1921 The Sign on the Door
Alan Churchill
 1921 Passion Flower
Faustino Eusebio
 1921 The Highest Law
Bobby Goodwin
 1920 The Sin That Was His (uncredited)
 1920 The Frisky Mrs. Johnson
Lal Birkenread
 1920 The Valley of Doubt
 1920 The Sporting Duchess
Dick Hammond
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Alternate Names:

Bobbie Agnew | Bobby Agnew


5' 8½" (1.74 m)

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Dark-haired adolescent lead of silent films in the 1920s, often billed as "Bobby Agnew". Did not survive the transition to sound well and retired in 1934 to become an assistant director and unit manager of the special effects unit at Warner Brothers.

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