Robert H. Harris Overview:

Character actor, Robert H. Harris, was born Robert H. Hurwitz on Jul 15, 1911 in New York City, NY. Harris died at the age of 70 on Nov 30, 1981 in Los Angeles, CA .

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Henry Bellamy: Take these papers to Helen Lawson, and don't give her any of that "I loved you when I was a child" crap, or she'll stab you in the back.


Aratoon Kebabian: [Sleepily in his bed aboard ship] Bertha... how do flies get on a ship?


Dr. Broden: But whatever that horrible thing that happened... I don't want to know about it!
David Stillwell: Broden, there's no doubt you're a brilliant scientist... But you're not much of a doctor, or of a human being, either.
Dr. Broden: [to himself, after David leaves] God knows.


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Stage: Appeared (as "Lord Hastings") William Shakespeare's "Richard III" on Broadway. [1949]

Stage: Appeared (as "Plancek") in the musical "Look Ma, I'm Dancin'!" on Broadway. [????]

Stage: Appeared (as "Bedrock") in the musical "Foxy", an adaptation of Ben Jonson's "Volpone", starring Bert Lahr, on Broadway. [????]

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