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Robert Schlitt (1933–2008)

Robert Schlitt was born on July 24, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. He was a producer and writer, known for Hill Street Blues (1981), Father Dowling Mysteries (1989) and Matlock (1986). He died on November 25, 2008 in Encino, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Matlock Producer
Q.E.D. Writer


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 1990-1991 Father Dowling Mysteries (TV Series) (supervising producer - 35 episodes)
- The Consulting Detective Mystery (1991) ... (supervising producer)
- The Malibu Mystery (1991) ... (supervising producer)
- The Hardboiled Mystery (1991) ... (supervising producer)
- The Monkey Business Mystery (1991) ... (supervising producer)
- The Mummy's Curse Mystery (1991) ... (supervising producer)
 1986-1989 Matlock (TV Series) (producer - 30 episodes)
- The Best Seller (1989) ... (producer)
- The Model (1989) ... (producer)
- The Mayor: Part 2 (1989) ... (producer)
- The Mayor: Part 1 (1989) ... (producer)
- The Vendetta (1989) ... (producer)
 1986 Hill Street Blues (TV Series) (co-producer - 8 episodes)
- Come and Get It (1986) ... (co-producer)
- Slum Enchanted Evening (1986) ... (co-producer)
- Look Homeward, Ninja (1986) ... (co-producer)
- Jagga the Hunk (1986) ... (co-producer)
- Iced Coffey (1986) ... (co-producer)
 1976 The Blue Knight (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- The Rose and the Gun (1976) ... (producer)
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Show Show Actor (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He translated Felicien Marceau's play, "The Egg," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. F. Cowles Strickland was director.

Alternate Names:

Bob Schlitt

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Father of actress/late-night movie hostess Caroline Schlitt.

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