Bob Cummings

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Bob Cummings
Birth name Charles Clarence Robert Orville Cummings
Born June 9, 1910 in Joplin, Missouri, USA
Died December 2, 1990 in Woodland Hills, California, USA from kidney failure
Sometimes credited as Robert Cummings
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards 2 stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
My Hero Bob Beanblossom 1952–1953 1
The Bob Cummings Show Bob Collins 1955–1959 1 2 3 4 5
The Bob Cummings Show Bob Carson 1961–1962 1
My Living Doll Robert McDonald 1964–1965 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
General Electric Theater Russ Baker 5x26 - Too Good with a Gun March 24, 1957
The Twilight Zone Captain James Embry 2x01 - King Nine Will Not Return September 30, 1960
The DuPont Show of the Week Alabama 1x20 - The Action in New Orleans April 15, 1962
The Beverly Hillbillies Himself 2x19 - The Race for Queen February 5, 1964
The Flying Nun Father Larson 3x03 - Speak the Speech, I Pray You October 1, 1969
Green Acres Mort Warner 5x15 - Rest and Relaxation January 10, 1970
Here Come the Brides Jack Crosse 2x17 - She Bear January 30, 1970
Bewitched Mr. Berkley 7x19 - Samantha and the Troll February 18, 1971
Here's Lucy Bob Collins 4x22 - Lucy's Punctured Romance February 7, 1972
Here's Lucy Robert Henning 5x17 - Lucy and Her Genuine Twimby January 15, 1973
The Love Boat Elliott Smith 2x27 - Third Wheel / Grandmother's Day / Second String Mom May 12, 1979

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Gidget Gets Married Russell Lawrence December 30, 1969 ABC Movie of the Week

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
The Hollywood Squares May 11-15, 1970
The Hollywood Squares July 27-31, 1970


Memorable Moments

Awards and Accolades

Primetime Emmy Awards

(1 Win in 6 Nominations)

  • Won: Best Actor in a Single Performance (1955)
Studio One: "Twelve Angry Men"