R. Wright Campbell

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Date of Birth 9 June 1927, Newark, New Jersey, USA Date of Death 21 September 2000, Monterey, California, USA Birth Name Robert Wright Campbell Nickname Bobby Mini Bio R. Wright Campbell was born on June 9, 1927 in Newark, New Jersey, USA as Robert Wright Campbell. He was a writer and actor, known for The Masque of the Red Death (1964), Man of a Thousand Faces (1957) and Quantez (1957). He died on September 21, 2000 in Monterey, California, USA. Trivia Younger brother of actor William Campbell and Robert Campbell. Ex-brother-in-law of Barbara Bricker and Judith Campbell Exner. Originated the phrase "La-La Land" as a nickname for Los Angeles, California Served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Film and television screenwriter. Often worked for the director Roger Corman. Later became an author of novels, featuring a jaded private detective known simply as Whistler. Salary Five Guns West (1955) $200 Naked Paradise (1957) $400

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Cell 2455 Death Row

Whit as a boy (as Robert Campbell)

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Five Guns West

John Candy (as Bob Campbell)

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Terrorgram

American Patrol (as Robert Campbell)

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The Young Racers

Robert Machin (as Robert Campbell)

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The Lost Platoon

World War II Soldier (as Robert Cambell)

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Terrorgram

American Patrol (as Robert Campbell)

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The Lost Platoon

World War II Soldier (as Robert Cambell)

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The Young Racers

Robert Machin (as Robert Campbell)

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Five Guns West

John Candy (as Bob Campbell)

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Cell 2455 Death Row

Whit as a boy (as Robert Campbell)

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