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|Born||March 14, 1914|
Dallas, Texas, U.S.
|Died||January 8, 1968 53) (aged|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Other names||Bob Bice|
Robert Bice (March 14, 1914 – January 8, 1968), was an American television and film actor.
He was born on March 14, 1914, in Dallas, Texas. He died on January 8, 1968, in Los Angeles, California.[ citation needed ]
Bice appeared in 199 films and television programs between 1943 and 1967. His first film was the comedy/horror The Ghost and the Guest (1943) and his career ended with four episodes in the popular western TV series Death Valley Days. Between 1957 and 1964 Bice made seven appearances on Perry Mason as Frank Faulkner, operative for Mason's private detective Paul Drake.
His television credits include The Lone Ranger (1950), The Cisco Kid (1951), The Public Defender (1954), Have Gun - Will Travel (1957), I Love Lucy (1957), M Squad (1957), Fury (1959), Peter Gunn (1960), Bat Masterson (1961), The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (1961), Rawhide (1961–62), The Rifleman (1959–62), The Untouchables (1961–62),Wagon Train (1959–62), Surfside 6 (1962) and Daniel Boone (1964–1970) among many more.
Bice's film credits include:
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