Bob Steele Overview:

Character actor, Bob Steele, was born Robert Adrian Bradbury on Jan 23, 1907 in Portland, OR. Steele died at the age of 81 on Dec 21, 1988 in Burbank, CA .

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Bob Steele Quotes:

Jet Cosgrave: Did they give you any trouble?
Dude Rankin: Naw. There was only one Circle C rider on the place. I sent him home tied to his saddle with lead for ballast.


Dusty Morgan: String wire? I'm sorry, Gene, but I'm workin' on something else.
Gene Autry: Blonde or redhead?
Dusty Morgan: See for yourself
[nods at the lovely Elena]
Gene Autry: Not bad. I'd like to meet her myself.
Dusty Morgan: So would I.


Dude Rankin: So this is Colton, huh? Wonder where a man can find some excitement.
Jet Cosgrave: You'll get your belly full of excitement. I want all your men at Sam Allen's stable come sun-up tomorrow and I want you all sober.
Dude Rankin: All right. Let's hit all the saloons and dig 'em out.
Jet Cosgrave: No, I got some personal business to do.
Dude Rankin: Yeah? Well, so do I. It starts with some whiskey. And if you're old enough, you what goes on from there.


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Bob Steele Facts
Educated at Glendale High School, Glendale, California.

Appeared in six movies with his pal John Wayne between 1953 and 1970.

High school classmate and pal of John Wayne , who appeared in at least a dozen westerns directed by Steele's father, Robert N. Bradbury.

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