Robert Green (Actor)

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He appeared in the following 5 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
02/18/1975 0225 Love Me And Die A young woman has recently married, but is plagued by her ex-husband's ghost. He died in an accident while rock climbing and he is determined to pass on a message to her present husband.
05/21/1975 0277 Don't Let It Choke You An aged and widowed antique trader is forced to adopt a teenage girl. As he tries to communicate with her despite their many differences, he starts to wonder about the rampant death all around him. Numerous people whom he knew have been killed in the recent past.
08/04/1975 0320 The Devil's Boutique After chancing upon a charming boutique in a quaint resort city in the Caribbean, an arrogant and self-absorbed couturier uses the designs she sees in the store and claims it as her own. Soon after, terrible misfortunes plague her and she learns first-hand what happens when you steal from the Devil himself.
05/06/1976 0480 What a Change in Hilda For two women, a small fee to obtain their heart's desire seemed a reasonable price to pay. Little did they know that would get more than they bargained for.
01/19/1977 0588 The Woman in Red
An unlikely thief steals a famous painting. The person who made off with the masterpiece has highly specific and long term plans for the art piece.



3 Responses to Green Robert L.

I like a lot of the infrequent actors on CBSRMT. One of my favorites is Robert L. Green. I think of him as the Vincent Price of Mystery Theater. He's especially good as a creepy cult figure in What a Change in Hilda. I can't find any info on the guy.

Frank

There is a radio interview with him and the voices match up. Since the first radio play he was in was about a fashion designer, I suppose that is how he got the part. He was quite famous at the time, living in New York and pretty much retired from Playboy when he was doing CBSRMT.

Steve

Wow thanks Steven . I did come across that Robert L. Green in my search and didn't think it could have been the same person. It seems to fit.

Frank


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