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Occupation
  
Actor, horse rancher

Role
  
Actor

Name
  
Robert Fuller

Height
  
1.8 m

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Full Name
  
Leonard Leroy "Buddy" Lee

Born
  
July 29, 1933 (age 90) (
1933-07-29
)
Troy, New York, U.S.

Website
  
The Official Robert Fuller Website

Spouse
  
Jennifer Savidge (m. 2001), Patricia Lee Lyon (m. 1962–1984)

Children
  
Rob Fuller, Patrick Fuller, Christine Fuller

Parents
  
Betty Simpson, Robert Simpson, Sr.

Movies and TV shows
  
Laramie, Emergency!, Wagon Train, Return of the Seven, The Hard Ride

Similar People
  
John Smith, Randolph Mantooth, Kevin Tighe, Bobby Troup, Julie London

Zodiac Sign
  
Leo

Nationality
  
American

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Robert Fuller (born July 29, 1933) is an American horse rancher and retired actor and living in Texas.

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In his five decades of television, Fuller became known for his deep, raspy voice and was familiar to television viewers throughout the 1960s and 1970s from his co-starring roles as Jess Harper and Cooper Smith on the popular 1960s western series Laramie and Wagon Train, and was also well known for his role as Dr. Kelly Brackett in the 1970s medical drama Emergency!.

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Early life

Fuller was born as Leonard Leroy "Buddy" Lee in Troy, New York, the only child of Betty Simpson, a dance instructor. Prior to Buddy's birth, Betty married Robert Simpson, Sr., a Naval Academy officer. The family moved to Key West, Florida, where Fuller took the name Robert Simpson, Jr. The early highlights of his life were acting and dancing. His parents owned a dancing school in Florida. His family also moved to Chicago, Illinois, where they lived for 1 year, before moving back to Florida. Fuller attended the Miami Military School for fifth and sixth grade, and Key West High School for ninth grade. He dropped out at age 14 due to the fact that he disliked school and wasn't doing well there. In 1950, when he was 16, he traveled with his family to Hollywood, California, where his first job was as a stunt man. He also worked at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, beginning as a doorman and working his way up to Assistant Manager at 18. At the urging of friends, Fuller joined the Screen Actors Guild, embarked on a career in acting, and changed his name to Robert Fuller.

Career

Fuller's first small role was in the 1952 film Above and Beyond. This part led to a few small roles, one of which was in I Love Melvin. In 1953, he again had another minor part in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, which starred Marilyn Monroe, but Fuller's career was put on hold for service in the United States Army. He did a tour of duty in Korea and returned to the United States in 1955. Though he considered giving up on acting, Fuller, at the suggestion of his best friend, Chuck Courtney, attended Richard Boone's acting classes. Boone suggested that Fuller study under the tutelage of Sanford Meisner at New York City's Neighborhood Playhouse.

Fuller landed a small role in Friendly Persuasion (1956), where he worked with his future Laramie co-star John Smith and another close friend, Doug McClure. Director William Wyler suggested that Fuller grow sideburns for the role, and he obtained the part when he did so.

In the 1956 episode "The Comeback" of the religion anthology series, Crossroads, Fuller played a former soldier. In the story line, Don DeFore portrays the Reverend C. E. "Stoney" Jackson, who offers the spiritual insight to assist Lou Brissie (Chuck Connors) to recover from his wounds sustained in World War II so that he can return to professional baseball. Grant Withers plays Coach Whitey Martin; Crossroads regular Robert Carson is cast as a coach in this episode. X Brands portrays another baseball player.

In 1957, Fuller was cast in his first major film role in Teenage Thunder.

Also in 1957, Fuller starred in the science fiction film The Brain from Planet Arous. Fuller portrayed a gruff military pilot in the box office dud Megaforce (1982).

Fuller became an immensely popular character actor, guest-starring in dozens of television series, including Buckskin, The Big Valley, Official Detective, The Californians, The Restless Gun, The Lawless Years (in the role of "Cutie Jaffe" on May 7, 1959), U.S. Marshal, Panic!, M Squad, The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, and Lux Playhouse. He also appeared in the series Strange Intruder as a villain who dies in the third episode. In 1959, he played a character accused of arson in Broderick Crawford's syndicated series, Highway Patrol. He also made appearances in ABC's The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp and Mickey Spillane's syndicated Mike Hammer. He made a cameo appearance in the film Maverick.

On February 24, 1959, Fuller guest-starred in the episode, "Blind Is the Killer", on NBC's Cimarron City television series. This appearance propelled him into a lead role seven months later in Laramie, one of the comparatively few network programs set in Wyoming. Fuller plays Joe Cole, a young gunfighter seeking a reputation, who finds his target in Cimarron City Mayor Matt Rockford, played by George Montgomery. Cole temporarily blinds Rockford with glass from a broken whisky bottle. The two are ultimately reconciled after each has had a chance to prove his courage. John Smith, Fuller's co-star on Laramie, was a regular in Cimarron City, and the two appear together briefly in this episode, which also features Dennis McCarthy as Doc Hodges, who successfully treats Rockford's eyes.

In the summer of 1959, Fuller guest-starred as a young outlaw, Buck Harmon, in the episode "The Friend" on the ABC/Warner Brothers western series, Lawman. In the story line, Harmon is estranged from his minister father, played by Robert F. Simon. When the outlaw gang comes into Laramie, Buck switches sides to help his old friend, Deputy Johnny McKay (Peter Brown). In the shootout, Harmon is gunned down, but his father is spared.

In 1959, Patrick Kelly called Fuller to his office to offer him an opportunity for a co-starring role opposite Academy Award-winner Ray Milland, in the CBS detective series, Markham. However, Fuller quickly turned down the role because he wanted to be in westerns. He was David Dortort's second choice for the role of Lorne Greene's youngest cocky, impish son, Little Joe Cartwright on NBC's Bonanza, but he lost the role to another young, unfamiliar actor Michael Landon. About this same time, Fuller landed the co-starring role of Jess Harper on Laramie, which ran from 1959 to 1963, as Fuller was cast opposite another of his best friends, John Smith. Fuller was asked to do a screen test for the character of Slim Sherman, and John Smith had originally been cast as Jess Harper. Fuller insisted that he would be better cast as Harper, and after the screen test, he won the role of Jess, while Smith got the part of Slim.

Laramie was eventually aired in more than 70 countries. On the set of Laramie, he met a young rising star, Julie London, who was 7 years Fuller's senior, while off-camera, he met an established singer-songwriter, Bobby Troup, who was 15 years Fuller's senior, and would be best friends until Troup's death in 1999, almost two years before the death of London, in 2000.

When Laramie ended its run, Fuller jumped to another western, Wagon Train, opposite John McIntire, a veteran film actor, two-time guest-star on Laramie, and a future star of The Virginian, Frank McGrath, and Terry Wilson. According to an August 17, 2009 interview On Screen and Beyond, Fuller was not brought into the show to replace Robert Horton (an actor whom Fuller met, since 1954, when he and James Drury were all under contract at MGM) in the role of the wagon train scout. He resembled Horton, and the two share the same birthday, but Horton is nine years Fuller's senior. While Horton had worn a dark cowboy hat, Fuller usually wore a light one. Horton had already departed from the cast a season earlier, and McIntire had carried the series for a year. Fuller stepped in the following year, where he remained with the series, which switched to ABC in 1962 until it ended its run after two additional seasons.

Over the next six years, Fuller appeared in a handful of nondescript films. It seemed his career was stalling as the western was slowly being retired from the American film industry. The one exception was his role as Vin in Return of the Seven (1966) which was a modest, if lackluster, sequel to The Magnificent Seven.

In 1966, Fuller starred in the western film Incident at Phantom Hill. That same year, he portrayed the ill-fated western military Captain William Judd Fetterman in the episode "Massacre at Fort Phil Kearney" near Fort Phil Kearny in Wyoming of NBC's Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre. His co-stars included Richard Egan, Phyllis Avery, Robert Pine, and Carroll O'Connor.

After producer Jack Webb saw Fuller in the movie The Hard Ride, he insisted that Fuller star in his new NBC medical drama, Emergency!, which already starred legendary 1950s/1960s singer and B-movie actress Julie London as head nurse Dixie McCall alongside her real-life husband, Bobby Troup, as Dr. Joe Early. Fuller was reluctant to play a doctor, but the persistent Webb gave him an opportunity to accept the role of head physician, Dr. Kelly Brackett. Fuller said in an 2009 interview with On Screen and Beyond that he twice politely turned down the role of Dr. Brackett. Webb then reminded Fuller that western series had been repeatedly cancelled for the previous five years and that the genre was on the decline. The exceptions to that pattern were Michael Landon's Little House on the Prairie and to lesser extents David Carradine's Kung Fu and James Best's The Dukes of Hazzard.

Fuller and London's co-stars on Emergency! were previously unfamiliar actors, Randolph Mantooth as Johnny Gage and Kevin Tighe as Roy DeSoto, both playing paramedics. The cast got along great with Fuller and London. During its first season, as a mid-season replacement in 1971–1972 and despite the competition of CBS's All in the Family, Emergency! became a hit, and NBC renewed the show for the 1972-1973 season. It remained on the air for the next five years. In the sixth year of Emergency! in 1976, Fuller appearances have been reduced because he was very unhappy with the direction the show was going, right at the same time, he was looking for Westerns. In 1977, after a six-season run, Emergency! was put on hiatus, despite good ratings, and was eventually canceled in 1979, after eight and a half seasons and 134 episodes. In 1986, the entire Emergency! cast (with the exception of another series' star Julie London) appeared on ABC's Good Morning America.

In the 1980s and 1990s, Fuller played supporting roles in more than 20 television shows, including The Love Boat, The Fall Guy (two episodes which reunited with Lee Majors, who met Fuller on The Big Valley), Murder, She Wrote (which reunited him with Eddie Albert, who guest-starred with Fuller on Laramie), Matt Houston, Tour of Duty, The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr., JAG, and Diagnosis: Murder, an episode which reunited his ex-Emergency! co-star, Randolph Mantooth (Malibu Fire), which talked about the Malibu Fires that was used as a reference of Emergency!. Toward the end of his acting career, he had a recurring role as Jess's supposed great, great grandson, Wade Harper, before and on the last episode of Walker, Texas Ranger with Chuck Norris and Clarence Gilyard. He also played another character, on the same series (in the second part of the episode "Last of a Breed") that made Norris' character, a Texas Ranger, after being a bounty hunter, before being cast as Wade.

Personal life

Fuller is an accomplished singer and did several "bandstand" gigs with Bill Aken's Los Nomadas rock group at holiday festivities in Whiskey Flats, California. While acting as grand marshal for the local Memorial Day parade, he performed a vocal rendition of the 1950s song "Caribbean" singing the same verse over and over. (He later told the band that he only knew the first verse of the song.) In 1967, he had recorded an LP in Munich, Germany. Most of the songs were recorded in German, including "Ein Einsamer Cowboy" or "Lonesome Cowboy", "Adios Mexicana" or "Goodbye Mexican Girl", "Uberall Auf Der Welt" or "All Over the World", "Sind Wie Blumen" or "Girls Are Like Flowers". Whether the album was successful in Germany is unknown.

By the 1990s, Fuller had largely retired from the film business. Since May 19, 2001, he has been married to actress Jennifer Savidge, best known for her role on NBC's St. Elsewhere series. Through Savidge, Fuller is also very good friends with her acting coach, veteran producer and actor Norman Lloyd, who played Dr. Daniel Auschlander. Formerly, Fuller was married for twenty-two years to Patricia Lee Lyon, with whom he has three children. The two divorced in 1984.

Since March 18, 1990, Fuller, along with James Drury, has been on the celebrity panels of the annual Festival of the West, a public/private party where die-hard fans question about his roles on Laramie, Wagon Train, and other westerns. He also tells the story about his being a cowboy. Included at his party, are country-western dancing, lunch, and dinner.

From October 9–11, 1998, Fuller was reunited once again with the rest of the surviving Emergency! cast, at the Emergency! Convention '98, which took place at the Burbank Airport Hilton in Burbank, California. All of the main actors attended except for Julie London, who had a stroke in 1995 and died in 2000. Bobby Troup attended just four months before his death. Fuller and the rest of the stars/crew answered fans' questions and remembered the times during which their cast-mates got along so well.

On March 10, 2010, Fuller presented to James Drury the "Cowboy Spirit Award" at the Festival of the West. He also paid tribute to John Smith, who died fifteen years earlier on January 25, 1995, of cirrhosis of the liver and heart problems. In the tribute, he recounted many details about Smith's life, especially their on- and off-screen chemistry during their days on Laramie. Smith had also attended the Festival of the West for two seasons, before declining health rendered it impossible for him to come.

On October 9, 2010, Fuller, James Drury, and Don Reynolds, participated in the Wild West Toy Show, sponsored by Bob Terry in Azle near Fort Worth, Texas. The event promotes horse riding and the purchase and exchange of western merchandising.

In September 2012, Fuller along with several other western celebrities attended the first annual Spirit of the Cowboy western festival held at Chestnut Square in McKinney, Texas. This event is being billed as the biggest and best western festival in north Texas.

In mid-2004, Fuller and wife Jennifer Savidge moved from Los Angeles to Texas to raise horses on a ranch in north Texas. His neighbor and long-term friend, Alex Cord, had urged Fuller to move to Cooke County. The two, who are the same age, had met in 1961 on the Laramie set when Cord made his television acting debut. Fuller's former Emergency! co-star and long-time friend, Randolph Mantooth, said in an interview with Tom Blixa of WTVN that he would no longer keep in touch with Fuller because of the relocation.

Fuller's stepfather, Robert Simpson, Sr., died in 2009.

On July 29, 2013, Fuller celebrated his 80th birthday with his fans and wife while vacationing on a ranch in Libby, Montana.

On November 9, 2014, Fuller and his wife commuted from Cooke County, Texas to Los Angeles, California to attend their longtime friend's/acting mentor's, Norman Lloyd's, 100th Birthday Party.

Friendships

Fuller's longest-lasting friendship has been with James Drury, whom he met (along with Robert Horton, 9 years Fuller's senior), when the three were under contract at MGM in 1954. Drury put Fuller in touch with Jock Mahoney, who in turn contacted Dick Jones. When their contracts were up, both Drury and Fuller moved to Universal, where they each starred in their own Western series. In 1959, Fuller co-starred opposite another old friend, John Smith, in Laramie (before joining the cast of Wagon Train after Laramie's cancelation), while Drury starred in The Virginian for 9 seasons; Fuller appeared in the same series later in its run, in two episodes in which Drury did not appear.

Drury was a fan of Fuller and Julie London's Emergency! series, a show that lasted 8 1/2 years. In an interview with another of Fuller's best friends, Drury said, "I had known Bobby Troup very well, we've done several shows together. But I never really knew Julie, except just to meet her. Bobby [of course] became lifelong friends with her, and so forth, but I never spent any time on the road with her, but I think Bobby Fuller did... Fuller... didn't really want to do a modern show. He wanted to do another Western, but Jack Webb talked him into it or insisted that he do it, and he was very happy, [of course] because it was a great success and he had a wonderful time with Julie London and with Bobby Troup."

Fuller was introduced to Julie London on the first episode of the second season of Laramie ("Queen of Diamonds"), where London played the wife of the sheriff. That episode brought Fuller into a wonderful relationship: at about the same time he met London's husband, Bobby Troup, where the two became lifelong friends, for four decades, from 1960 to 2000. Like Drury, London also called Fuller 'Bobby'.

According to his co-star and London's second husband, Bobby Troup, London was also known to be a very private and an introverted lady, who spent most of her time with her extended family, who also hated attending shows. London died on October 18, 2000, one year after Troup.

In a June 2013 interview with Tom Blixa of WTVN, Fuller said of his medical partner/secondary series' lead, in the series, about his dearest friend's, London's potty-mouth was, "She should've been a sailor. I'm telling you, I loved Julie. I've known Julie for years; and one of the things that made me happy about doing Emergency!, was working with Julie and Bobby; because they were friends of mine. I've known them for years, before that, Julie did Laramie with me; and I loved her. I loved her singing and I loved his playing. But to Julie, to get away with anything and when it came out of her mouth; it sounded like candy and we loved it, she was wild."

While struggling as an actor, Clu Gulager met Fuller, on the fourth episode of Laramie, where Gulager played a private who showed up at the Sherman Ranch Relay Station beaten and half-starved looking for help from Jess Harper, who was his brother-in-law. The friendship took off from there, where the lifelong connection began. Gulager was also reunited with Fuller on 2 more episodes of Wagon Train, and 1 episode of The Virginian, where Gulager was credited as a star, but like Drury, Gulager didn't appear in the episode.

In 1995, along with Fuller, Drury and Walker, Gulager also appeared on an episode of Kung-Fu: The Legend Continues, where he played a drunken deputy.

In 2012, after six decades of acting, at 83, Gulager had retired from acting, but continues to stay in touch with Fuller, and travels with him at various festivals, Festival of The West and Memphis Film Festival.

Being only 23 years old, Fuller met the unfamiliar actor, John Smith, along with another young unfamiliar actor, Doug McClure (Drury's future co-star on The Virginian), in the movie Friendly Persuasion, where he only had a limited line, where the two began to develop a lifelong friendship, in 1956. Then, right around the same time he co-starred with Smith in Laramie, Fuller also guest-starred with Smith on an episode of Cimmaron City.

He also starred with Fuller in Laramie, where the two had a wonderful on- and off-screen chemistry together, and would even meet some familiar as well as unfamiliar guest stars that went on to do bigger and better things. When the show Laramie ended in 1963, after a 4 season run, and 124 episodes, Fuller went onto do Wagon Train, where he created part of a character, after him, while Smith was found himself typecasted as Slim Sherman.

He also guest-starred in a few parts, most notably Emergency! with Fuller & London, and Police Woman, with Angie Dickinson, then later, Smith withdrew from acting.

Unlike Fuller, Smith was known to be a very private man, who was also known for traveling and raising horses. He was the very first guest at the Festival of The West, however, bad health prevented him from attending, hence, Fuller lost him on January 25, 1995, and Smith was cremated.

At only 28, and being the same age as Fuller, Cord met him on an episode of Laramie; Cord played the son of Dan Duryea's character, and this was Cord's first guest-starring role in his long career. Afterwards, the two remained friendly.

In 2002, one year after Fuller remarried with Cord as best man, Fuller attended Cord's wedding to Susannah Moller, where Fuller served as best man. Two years later, Fuller moved with his wife to Texas, where he and Cord became neighbors.

Awards

In 1961, Fuller won the Best Actor Award in Japan and the Japanese Golden Order of Merit, presented by the Empress of Japan. Fuller was the first American ever to earn this award.

In 1970, he won 5 Ottos, which are the German equivalent of the Emmy Awards. That same year, he won the Buffalo Bill award for Outstanding Western Entertainment.

On Apr. 16, 1974, Fuller won the Outstanding Service Award for the Huntsville Fire Department. This award was for bringing recognition to the firefighting profession and for his support for emergency assistance personnel throughout the nation.

For his contribution to the television industry, Robert Fuller has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6608 Hollywood Blvd.

In 1989, he won the Golden Boot Award.

On Mar. 18, 2006, this bronze sculpture of Jess Harper on Traveller, which was awarded to him by The Robert Fuller Fandom and The National Festival Of The West in recognition of his years of work in the entertainment industry.

In April 2007, Fuller was inducted into the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.

On Oct. 12, 2007, he won the Silver Spur Award along with Stuart Whitman, Peter Brown, and Dean Smith, who received a lifetime achievement award.

On Oct. 12, 2013, Fuller distinguished himself as the inaugural honoree of the Spirit Of The Cowboy Lonestar Legacy Award. This newly established accolade acknowledged his eminent standing within the industry, celebrating him as a genuine western hero.

Filmography

Actor
1997
Walker, Texas Ranger (TV Series) as
Wade Harper / Ranger Cabe Wallace
- The Final Showdown: Part 2 (2001) - Wade Harper
- The Final Showdown: Part 1 (2001) - Wade Harper
- A Matter of Principle (2000) - Wade Harper
- Last of a Breed: Part 2 (1997) - Ranger Cabe Wallace
2001
JAG (TV Series) as
Marine Corp General / Marine Corps General
- Valor (2001) - Marine Corp General
- Retreat, Hell (2001) - Marine Corps General
1997
Diagnosis Murder (TV Series) as
Bob McLane / Chris Newman
- Frontier Dad (2000) - Bob McLane
- Malibu Fire (1997) - Chris Newman
1998
Viper (TV Series) as
Ethan Cole
- Homecoming (1998) - Ethan Cole
1997
Seinfeld (TV Series) as
Doctor
- The Comeback (1997) - Doctor (voice, uncredited)
1995
Renegade (TV Series) as
Sam Crow
- Dead Heat (1995) - Sam Crow
1995
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (TV Series) as
McBride
- Gunfighters (1995) - McBride
1994
Maverick as
Riverboat Poker Player
1993
Alaska Kid (TV Series) as
Oberst Bowie
- Tödliches Poker (1993) - Oberst Bowie
- Das große Rennen (1993) - Oberst Bowie
1993
The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (TV Series) as
Kenyon Drummond
- Brisco in Jalisco (1993) - Kenyon Drummond
- Pilot (1993) - Kenyon Drummond
1989
Paradise (TV Series) as
Marshal Blake / Sam Clanton
- Out of the Ashes (1991) - Marshal Blake
- Home Again (1989) - Sam Clanton
1990
Repossessed as
Dr. Hackett
1988
Murder, She Wrote (TV Series) as
Arthur Drelinger
- The Body Politic (1988) - Arthur Drelinger
1988
Bonanza: The Next Generation (TV Movie) as
Charlie Poke
1988
Tour of Duty (TV Series) as
Jack Purcell
- Soldiers (1988) - Jack Purcell
1986
Blacke's Magic (TV Series) as
Chief Rocky Datchery
- Vanishing Act (1986) - Chief Rocky Datchery
1983
The Fall Guy (TV Series) as
Mr. Watson / Lt. Ryan
- The Lucky Stiff (1986) - Mr. Watson
- Hollywood Shorties (1983) - Lt. Ryan
1985
Finder of Lost Loves (TV Series) as
Mike Dayton
- Tricks (1985) - Mike Dayton
1985
Matt Houston (TV Series) as
Phillip Caulder
- New Orleans Nightmare (1985) - Phillip Caulder
1982
The Love Boat (TV Series) as
Phil Haines / Ralph Kirby
- Love on the Line/Don't Call Me Gopher/Her Honor, the Mayor (1985) - Phil Haines
- Doc Take the Fifth/Safety Last/A Business Affair (1982) - Ralph Kirby
1982
Megaforce as
Pilot
1982
Fantasy Island (TV Series) as
Nick Tanner
- The Ghost's Story/The Spoilers (1982) - Nick Tanner
1981
Separate Ways as
Woody
1980
Jake's Way (TV Movie) as
Sheriff Jake Rudd
1979
Disaster on the Coastliner (TV Movie) as
Matt Leigh
1972
Emergency! (TV Series) as
Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Greatest Rescues of Emergency! (1978) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Steel Inferno (1978) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Limelight (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Hypochondri-Cap (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Upward and Onward (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- All Night Long (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Isolation (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Boat (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Firehouse Quintet (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Bottom Line (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Family Ties (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Breakdown (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Insanity Epidemic (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- An Ounce of Prevention (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Loose Ends (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Paper Work (1977) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Welcome to Santa Rosa County (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Computer Terror (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Captain Hook (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Exam (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Rules of Order (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Fair Fight (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- That Time of Year (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Unlikely Heirs (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Not Available (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Game (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Nuisance (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett (credit only)
- The Tycoons (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Great Crash Diet (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Grateful (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Above and Beyond- Nearly (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Involvement (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Girl on the Balance Beam (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Right at Home (1976) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- To Buy or Not to Buy (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Communications (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- On Camera (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Tee Vee (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Lighter-Than-Air Man (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Simple Adjustment (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- One of Those Days (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Pressure 165 (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Indirect Method (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Inspection (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Equipment (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Election (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Old Engine Cram (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Stewardess (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- 905-Wild (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Back-Up (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Mouse (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- It's How You Play the Game (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Prestidigitation (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Kidding (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Smoke Eater (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Transition (1975) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Bash (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Parade (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Details (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Firehouse Four (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Camera Bug (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Foreign Trade (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Quicker Than the Eye (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Daisy's Pick Blind Date (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Surprise (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Communication Gaffe (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Nagging Suspicion (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Gossip (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- I'll Fix It (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Screenwriter (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Inventions (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Propinquity (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Floor Brigade (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Hard Hours (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- How Green Was My Thumb? (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Fools (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Messin' Around (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Inferno (1974) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Computer Error (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Understanding (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Body Language (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Promise (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Zero (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Inheritance Tax (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Insomnia (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Promotion (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Snakebite (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Heavyweight (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- An English Visitor (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Alley Cat (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Old Engine (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Frequency (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Audit (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Rip-Off (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Boot (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Seance (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Honest (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Syndrome (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Professor (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- School Days (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Drivers (1973) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Helpful (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Musical Mania (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Dinner Date (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Women (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Trainee (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Fuzz Lady (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Saddled (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Peace Pipe (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Virus (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Show Biz (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Kids (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Decision (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Crash (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Hang-Up (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Dilemma (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Weird Wednesday (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Publicity Hound (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Nurse's Wild (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Dealer's Wild (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Brushfire (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Cook's Tour (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Botulism (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Mascot (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
- The Wedsworth-Townsend Act (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
1978
Donner Pass: The Road to Survival (TV Movie) as
James Reed, and Narrator
1978
The Oregon Trail (TV Series) as
Hancock
- Suffer the Children (1978) - Hancock
1976
Mustang Country as
Griff
1974
Carlo, the Sierra Coyote (TV Movie) as
Narrator (voice)
1973
Hec Ramsey (TV Series) as
Dixie Hollister
- The Mystery of Chalk Hill (1973) - Dixie Hollister
1972
Adam-12 (TV Series) as
Dr. Kelly Brackett
- Lost and Found (1972) - Dr. Kelly Brackett
1971
The Gatling Gun as
Pvt. Sneed
1971
The Hard Ride as
Phil
1967
The Virginian (TV Series) as
Carl Ellis / Clint Richards
- Flight from Memory (1971) - Carl Ellis
- A Welcoming Town (1967) - Clint Richards
1971
Dan August (TV Series) as
William Britain
- The Titan (1971) - William Britain
1969
What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? as
Mike Darrah
1968
Der Tod im roten Jaguar as
Charlie
1968
Sinai Commandos: The Story of the Six Day War as
Capt. Uri Littman
1967
Mittsommernacht as
Tore
1967
The Big Valley (TV Series) as
Carl Wheeler
- A Flock of Trouble (1967) - Carl Wheeler
1966
The Monroes (TV Series) as
Capt. Geoffrey Stone
- Court Martial (1966) - Capt. Geoffrey Stone
1966
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Series) as
Capt. William Judd Fetterman
- Massacre at Fort Phil Kearny (1966) - Capt. William Judd Fetterman
1966
Return of the Seven as
Vin
1966
Incident at Phantom Hill as
Matt Martin
1959
Wagon Train (TV Series) as
Cooper Smith / Chris Finley / James Fitzpatrick
- The Jarbo Pierce Story (1965) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Silver Lady (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Indian Girl Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Katy Piper Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Betsy Blee Smith Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Captain Sam Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Miss Mary Lee McIntosh Story (1965) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Bonnie Brooke Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- Herman (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Isaiah Quickfox Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Wanda Snow Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Chottsie Gubenheimer Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Echo Pass Story (1965) - Cooper Smith
- The Hector Heatherton Story (1964) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- Little Girl Lost (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Clay Shelby Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Richard Bloodgood Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Nancy Styles Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- Those Who Stay Behind (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Alice Whitetree Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Brian Conlin Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Barbara Lindquist Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Race Town Story (1964) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The John Gillman Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Hide Hunters (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Bob Stuart Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Last Circle Up (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Zebedee Titus Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Link Cheney Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Stark Bluff Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Santiago Quesada Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Whipping (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Ben Engel Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Duncan McIvor Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Trace McCloud Story (1964) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Pearlie Garnet Story (1964) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Melanie Craig Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Andrew Elliott Story (1964) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Grover Allen Story (1964) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Kate Crawley Story (1964) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Geneva Balfour Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Jed Whitmore Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Michael Malone Story (1964) - Cooper Smith
- The Fenton Canaby Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Cassie Vance Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Story of Cain (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Bleecker Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Sandra Cummings Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Kitty Pryer Story (1963) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Eli Bancroft Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Sam Pulaski Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Sam Spicer Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Myra Marshall Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Robert Harrison Clarke Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Widow O'Rourke Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Gus Morgan Story (1963) - Cooper Smith (credit only)
- The Fort Pierce Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Molly Kincaid Story (1963) - Cooper Smith
- The Kate Parker Story (1959) - Chris Finley
- The Ella Lindstrom Story (1959) - James Fitzpatrick
1965
Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV Series) as
Rory O'Rourke
- Jungle of Fear (1965) - Rory O'Rourke
1959
Laramie (TV Series) as
Jess Harper
- The Road to Helena (1963) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Trapped (1963) - Jess Harper
- Badge of Glory (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Marshals (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Stranger (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Last Battleground (1963) - Jess Harper
- Broken Honor (1963) - Jess Harper
- Edge of Evil (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Sometime Gambler (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Unvanquished (1963) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- The Violent Ones (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Renegade Brand (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Dispossessed (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Fugitives (1963) - Jess Harper
- No Place to Run (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Wedding Party (1963) - Jess Harper
- The Betrayers (1963) - Jess Harper
- Protective Custody (1963) - Jess Harper
- Vengeance (1963) - Jess Harper
- Naked Steel (1963) - Jess Harper
- Gun Duel (1962) - Jess Harper
- Time of the Traitor (1962) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Bad Blood (1962) - Jess Harper
- Beyond Justice (1962) - Jess Harper
- Double Eagles (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Sunday Shoot (1962) - Jess Harper
- Lost Allegiance (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Long Road Back (1962) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Shadow of the Past (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Fortune Hunter (1962) - Jess Harper
- War Hero (1962) - Jess Harper
- Among the Missing (1962) - Jess Harper
- Fall into Darkness (1962) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Trial by Fire (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Turn of the Wheel (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Replacement (1962) - Jess Harper
- Justice in a Hurry (1962) - Jess Harper
- Day of the Savage (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Dynamiters (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Runt (1962) - Jess Harper
- A Grave for Cully Brown (1962) - Jess Harper
- The High Country (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Confederate Express (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Runaway (1962) - Jess Harper
- Shadows in the Dust (1962) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- The Barefoot Kid (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Perfect Gift (1962) - Jess Harper
- The Lawless Seven (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Jailbreakers (1961) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- The Killer Legend (1961) - Jess Harper
- Handful of Fire (1961) - Jess Harper
- Wolf Cub (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Accusers (1961) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Deadly Is the Night (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Last Journey (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Fatal Step (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Mountain Men (1961) - Jess Harper
- Siege at Jubilee (1961) - Jess Harper
- Ladies' Day (1961) - Jess Harper
- Dragon at the Door (1961) - Jess Harper
- Widow in White (1961) - Jess Harper
- Strange Company (1961) - Jess Harper
- Men in Shadows (1961) - Jess Harper
- Badge of the Outsider (1961) - Jess Harper
- Trigger Point (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Tumbleweed Wagon (1961) - Jess Harper
- Bitter Glory (1961) - Jess Harper
- Killers' Odds (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Debt (1961) - Jess Harper
- Two for the Gallows (1961) - Jess Harper
- Run of the Hunted (1961) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Rimrock (1961) - Jess Harper
- Mark of the Manhunters (1961) - Jess Harper
- Riders of the Night (1961) - Jess Harper
- Cactus Lady (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Lost Dutchman (1961) - Jess Harper
- Stolen Tribute (1961) - Jess Harper
- Killer Without Cause (1961) - Jess Harper
- Man from Kansas (1961) - Jess Harper
- The Passing of Kuba Smith (1961) - Jess Harper
- A Sound of Bells (1960) - Jess Harper
- Duel at Parkison Town (1960) - Jess Harper
- No Second Chance (1960) - Jess Harper
- Drifter's Gold (1960) - Jess Harper
- License to Kill (1960) - Jess Harper
- .45 Calibre (1960) - Jess Harper
- The Dark Trail (1960) - Jess Harper
- The Long Riders (1960) - Jess Harper
- Ride into Darkness (1960) - Jess Harper
- Ride the Wild Wind (1960) - Jess Harper
- Three Rode West (1960) - Jess Harper
- The Track of the Jackal (1960) - Jess Harper
- Queen of Diamonds (1960) - Jess Harper
- Men of Defiance (1960) - Jess Harper
- Cemetery Road (1960) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Midnight Rebellion (1960) - Jess Harper
- Saddle and Spur (1960) - Jess Harper
- The Protectors (1960) - Jess Harper
- Hour After Dawn (1960) - Jess Harper
- Ride or Die (1960) - Jess Harper
- Street of Hate (1960) - Jess Harper
- Duel at Alta Mesa (1960) - Jess Harper
- Rope of Steel (1960) - Jess Harper (credit only)
- Company Man (1960) - Jess Harper
- Death Wind (1960) - Jess Harper
- The Legend of Lily (1960) - Jess Harper
- Day of Vengeance (1960) - Jess Harper
- Trail Drive (1960) - Jess Harper
- The Pass (1959) - Jess Harper
- Night of the Quiet Men (1959) - Jess Harper
- The Lonesome Gun (1959) - Jess Harper
- Bare Knuckles (1959) - Jess Harper
- Man of God (1959) - Jess Harper
- Dark Verdict (1959) - Jess Harper
- The General Must Die (1959) - Jess Harper
- The Run to Tumavaca (1959) - Jess Harper
- General Delivery (1959) - Jess Harper
- The Iron Captain (1959) - Jess Harper
- The Lawbreakers (1959) - Jess Harper
- The Star Trail (1959) - Jess Harper
- Fugitive Road (1959) - Jess Harper
- Circle of Fire (1959) - Jess Harper
- Glory Road (1959) - Jess Harper
- Stage Stop (1959) - Jess Harper
1962
Alcoa Premiere (TV Series) as
Henry Detweiler
- The Hour of the Bath (1962) - Henry Detweiler
1960
Spartacus as
Extra (uncredited)
1959
Flight (TV Series)
- Outpost in Space (1959)
1959
Highway Patrol (TV Series) as
Judd Patterson
- Fire (1959) - Judd Patterson
1959
World of Giants (TV Series)
- The Pool (1959)
1959
Lawman (TV Series) as
Buck Harmon / Davey Carey
- The Friend (1959) - Buck Harmon
- The Souvenir (1959) - Davey Carey
1959
The Lawless Years (TV Series) as
Cutie Jaffe
- The Cutie Jaffe Story (1959) - Cutie Jaffe
1959
Mike Hammer (TV Series) as
Roy Barlow / Jimmy Nelson
- Park the Body (1959) - Roy Barlow
- I Ain't Talkin' (1959) - Jimmy Nelson
1959
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (TV Series) as
Hank Drew
- The Judas Goat (1959) - Hank Drew
1959
Cimarron City (TV Series) as
Joe Cole
- Blind Is the Killer (1959) - Joe Cole
1959
U.S. Marshal (TV Series) as
Cpl. Eddie Wallace
- Pursuit (1959) - Cpl. Eddie Wallace (as Bob Fuller)
1958
The Restless Gun (TV Series) as
Jim Winfield / Bud Bardeen
- Shadow of a Gunfighter (1959) - Jim Winfield
- Peligroso (1958) - Bud Bardeen
1958
Death Valley Days (TV Series) as
Alex / Johnny Santos
- The Gunsmith (1958) - Alex
- Ten in Texas (1958) - Johnny Santos
1958
Lux Playhouse (TV Series) as
Andy
- Coney Island Winter (1958) - Andy (as Bob Fuller)
1958
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (TV Series) as
Stan
- The Epidemic (1958) - Stan
1958
M Squad (TV Series) as
Danny Mitchell
- The Trap (1958) - Danny Mitchell
1958
General Electric Theater (TV Series) as
Till
- The Castaway (1958) - Till
1958
Buckskin (TV Series) as
Hargis
- The Trial of Chrissy Miller (1958) - Hargis
1958
Panic! (TV Series) as
Miller
- Survivors (1958) - Miller
1958
The Californians (TV Series) as
Cobber Bannon
- Pipeline (1958) - Cobber Bannon
1958
Official Detective (TV Series) as
Lacey
- The Taxi Killers (1958) - Lacey
1958
Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series)
- Heroes Never Grow Up (1958)
1957
Teenage Thunder as
Maurie Weston
1957
The Gray Ghost (TV Series) as
Dan Hatcher
- Point of Honor (1957) - Dan Hatcher (as Bob Fuller)
1957
The Brain from Planet Arous as
Dan Murphy
1957
The Delicate Delinquent as
Extra (uncredited)
1956
Friendly Persuasion as
Youthful Soldier at Shooting Gallery (uncredited)
1956
Crossroads (TV Series) as
3rd Soldier
- The Comeback (1956) - 3rd Soldier
1956
The Ten Commandments as
Extra (uncredited)
1956
Strange Intruder as
Prisoner of War (uncredited)
1956
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit as
Young Soldier with Sergeant (uncredited)
1956
The Harder They Fall as
Minor Role (uncredited)
1956
Meet Me in Las Vegas as
Dancer (uncredited)
1954
Man Against Crime (TV Series)
- Where's Mimi? (1954)
1954
Prisoner of War as
Private Johnson (uncredited)
1954
The Man Behind the Badge (TV Series)
- The Portland, Oregon Story: Part 2 (1954)
1953
Calamity Jane as
Young Man with Flowers (uncredited)
1953
The Actress as
Dancer (uncredited)
1953
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis as
Dancer (uncredited)
1953
Latin Lovers as
Minor Role (uncredited)
1953
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes as
Chorus Boy (uncredited)
1953
Julius Caesar as
Citizen of Rome (uncredited)
1953
The Girls of Pleasure Island as
Extra (uncredited)
1953
I Love Melvin as
Acrobatic Cheerleader (uncredited)
1953
San Antone as
Guest at Engagement Party (uncredited)
1952
Above and Beyond as
Marching Soldier (uncredited)
1952
Come Back, Little Sheba as
Extra (uncredited)
Stunts
1973
Emergency! (TV Series) (stunts - 1 episode)
- The Promise (1973) - (stunts - uncredited)
1957
The Delicate Delinquent (stunt double: Jerry Lewis - uncredited)
1957
West Point (TV Series) (stunt double - 1 episode)
- Ambush (1957) - (stunt double: Steve McQueen)
Self
2018
Along the Trail (TV Series) as
Self
- Robert Fuller (2018) - Self
2017
A Word on Westerns (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Robert Fuller: 'I Wanna Do a Western!' (2017) - Self
- Robert Fuller: How I Replaced Steve McQueen (2017) - Self
2016
High Chaparral Reunion 2016 Webcast (Video) as
Self
2009
In the Bunkhouse with Red Steagall (TV Series) as
Self
- Robert Fuller (2009) - Self
2003
Time Machine: When Cowboys Were King (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
2001
Drive-in Movie Memories (Documentary) as
Self
1999
Television: The First Fifty Years (Video documentary) as
Self - Interviewee / Dr. Kelly Brackett / Cooper Smith / ...
1988
The Media Show (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Episode #3.9 (1988) - Self
1986
Good Morning America (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 9 July 1986 (1986) - Self
1986
The Wildest West Show of the Stars (TV Special) as
Self - Award Presenter
1985
The Star Games (TV Series) as
Self
- Emergency!/It's a Living/Roots/Paper Chase (1985) - Self
1974
Dinah! (TV Series) as
Self
1974
The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) (TV Series) as
Self - Panelist
- 6 November 1975 - First Show (1975) - Self - Panelist
- 5 November 1975 - Second Show (1975) - Self - Panelist
1977
To Say the Least (TV Series) as
Self
- Wednesday - Robert Fuller, Jamie Farr, Lee Meriwether, Rita Moreno (1977) - Self
- Tuesday - Robert Fuller, Jamie Farr, Lee Meriwether, Rita Moreno (1977) - Self
- Robert Fuller, Jamie Farr, Lee Meriwether, Rita Moreno (1977) - Self
1975
The Magnificent Marble Machine (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 9 February 1976 (1976) - Self
- Robert Fuller and Joan Rivers (1975) - Self
1975
Bicentennial Minutes (TV Series short) as
Self - Narrator
- Episode #1.310 (1975) - Self - Narrator
1974
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 23 December 1974 (1974) - Self
1974
The Bob Braun Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor
- Episode dated 28 August 1974 (1974) - Self - Actor
1973
Dinah's Place (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 25 November 1973 (1973) - Self
1971
It's Your Bet (TV Series) as
Self
- Bert Convy and Robert Fuller (1973) - Self
- Robert Fuller, Billy Davis and Marilyn McCoo (1972) - Self
- Tab Hunter, Barbara Nichols and Robert Fuller (1971) - Self
1969
Playboy After Dark (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.10 (1969) - Self (as Bob Fuller)
1967
Musik aus Studio B (TV Series) as
Self - Singer
- Episode dated 27 November 1967 (1967) - Self - Singer
1965
The 37th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Audience Member
1962
The Tonight Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor
- Episode #1.124 (1962) - Self - Actor
1962
The Tonight Show Starring Jack Paar (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #5.235 (1962) - Self
1961
Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.25 (1961) - Self
Archive Footage
2022
Emergency! 50! The Show That Saved Your Life (TV Special documentary) as
Self
1993
TV's Western Heroes (Video documentary)
1980
Dan August: The Trouble with Women (TV Movie) as
William Britain
1963
Kraft Mystery Theater (TV Series) as
Henry Detweiler
- The Hour of the Bath (1963) - Henry Detweiler

References

Robert Fuller (actor) Wikipedia


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