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Robert Clary (Robert Max Widerman)

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Biography

Paris, France
Born in France, Robert Clary early suffered the pangs of war, being interned in a Nazi concentration camp as a child. After WWII he became a singing star in France, and in 1949 came to the United States to promote his career. He appeared on The Ed Wynn Show (1949); still learning English he performed in a French language comedy skit. His comedic skills were recognized by Broadway, where he appeared in several revues, including one which moved from theater to film, New Faces (1954). Read more...

Actor

Character: Himself

New Faces 1954

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Character: Frenchman at Restaurant

A New Kind of Love 1963

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Character: Louis Schechter

The Munsters Today 1987

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Character: Lucien Charot

The High Chaparral 1967

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Character: Yves

Arnie 1970

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Character: Himself - Singer

The Colgate Comedy Hour 1950

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Character: Eric Highlights

Max Liebman Spectaculars 1954

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Character: Himself - Regular Panelist

Stump the Stars 1947

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Character: Cpl. Louis LeBeau

Hogan's Heroes 1965

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Character: Himself

The Garry Moore Show 1958

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Character: Himself

The Lux Show 1957

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Character: Joe Spah

The Hindenburg 1975

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