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Air Date - 8th November 1997 Episode: The Last Of A Breed

Role: Cabe Wallace

In his first appearance in Walker Texas Ranger he played ranger Cabe Wallace in an episode titled “The Last Of A Breed” This story was set in the old west. Robert appeared in 3 different roles in Walker Texas Ranger and every one of his characters was killed by the same actor - Marshall Teague - playing different roles also.

We will have a slide show coming soon for Walker

Air Date - 20th April 1998 Episode: The Homecoming

Role – Ethan Cole

Robert was featured in an episode called “The Homecoming” in the role of Ethan Cole. The episode aired 20th April 1998 He played the father of one of the central central characters - a well featured part with some action. This was meant to be a recurring role but the "son", played by Jeff Kaake, left the series.

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Viper

Air Date: Unknown

Episode: Unknown

Role – Himself

Documentary about the life of Robert’s friend James Stacy

Air Date: 13th January 2000

Episode: Frontier Dad

Role – Bob McClane

Robert’s second appearance was on 13th January 2000 when he appeared as Bob McLane in an episode entitled “Frontier Dad”  

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Diagnosis Murder

Air Date: 15th January 2000

Episode: A Matter Of Principle

Role – Wade Harper

Robert returned to Walker Texas Ranger in an episode titled “A Matter Of Principle”. In this episode Robert played former ranger Wade Harper whose daughter was shot during a robbery. The part was written especially for Robert and the character is a descendant of Jess Harper, Robert’s iconic character from Laramie.

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Walker

Air Date - 2001

Episode: The Last Of A Breed

Role: Cabe Wallace

A witty, loving tribute to the colourful history of the Drive-In, this award-winning documentary features a cast of luminaries appearing as themselves, including Leonard Maltin (Film Historian), Samuel Z. Arkoff (American International Pictures), Jeanne Carmen (The Monster of Piedras Blancas), Robert Fuller (The Brain From Planet Arous), Beverly Garland (The Alligator People), Burton Gilliam (Blazing Saddles).

With a heady mix of nostalgic footage, movie highlights, dancing hotdogs and personal anecdotes from the players who were there, Drive-in Movie Memories makes you want to roll up to that big screen, slurp that Coke, and fog-up those car windows one more time!