Friday, October 13, 2017

RIP Robert Dunlap



RIP Robert Dunlap

The Quad City Times
October 11, 2017

Actor Robert Dunlap died on July 27, 2017. Dunlap was born on November 29, 1942, and was raised in San Jose, California. He trained as an actor at the Pasadena Playhouse and embarked on an acting career in the early 1960s. He appeared on television in episodes of "Cheyenne", "The Joey Bishop Show", "The Lieutenant", "Hank", "My Three Sons", "Death Valley Days", "Peyton Place", "Lassie", "Far Out Space Nuts", "The Blue Knight", "Lucas", "Wonder Woman", "The Rockford Files", "240-Robert", "The Greatest American Hero", "Voyagers!", "Automan", and "1st & Ten". His other television credits include the tele-films "Here Comes the Judge" (1972), "The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case" (1976), "Three on a Date" (1978), "Advice to the Lovelorn" (1981), "M.A.D.D.: Mothers Against Drunk Drivers" (1983), and "Dance 'Til Dawn" (1988). He was also featured in such films as "The City Where the Action Is" (1965), "A Covenant with Death" (1967), "The Young Runaways" (1968), "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" (1969), and "Eyes of the Prey" (1992). He also studied filmmaking at Los Angeles Valley College, and formed RED Productions in 1982. He made such documentary films as "Grandpa" and "Anton", and many of his films aired on the Discovery Channel. He made the documentary film "Beyond Vanilla: An Unforgettable Journey into the Wilder Side of Sex in 2002, and "Xaviera Hollander, the Happy Hooker: Portrait of a Sexual Revolutionary" in 2008. He earned a doctorate in clinical sexology from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in 2005. He served as co-host of the radio show, "The Boom Doctors", with his life partner Dr. Patti Britton.


DUNLAP, Robert (Robert E. Dunlap III)
Born: 11/29/1942, San Jose, California, U.S.A.
Died: 7/12/2017, Warsaw, Poland

Robert Dunlap’s westerns – actor:
Cheyenne (TV) – 1961 (Mark Delaney)
Death Valley Days (TV) – 1968 (Sam Smith)

1 comment:

  1. I happened to be looking up an actor and came across your blog. It’s nice to see some write ups about many actors that were not household names but still important in the industry and that we know of them in many shows

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