Character actor, Robert Warwick, was born Robert Taylor Bien on Oct 9, 1878 in Sacramento, CA. Warwick died at the age of 85 on Jun 6, 1964 in West Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, CA.
Solidly built, dark-haired, stiff-backed, authoritative, rarely smiling American actor who starred in a string of early silents after a distinguished Broadway career, then returned to Hollywood in middle age to play concerned fathers, judges, bankers, society swells, and aides-de-camp and an assortment of executive figures who twiddled with their pocket watches while deciding the fates of employees. Early ambitions to sing in opera remained unfulfilled despite musical training in Paris. Twice married and divorced, Warwick outlived both his ex-wives and appeared in films past the age of 80.(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Character Actors: an Illustrated Directory).
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Governor Palma: Zorro, Zorro, Zorro... You chatter like parlor maids chasing a mouse. I'll hang him within a month.
Governor Palma: There's an outlaw in these woods. He's lead a native uprising. He must be killed and by whatever means come best at hand.
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