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Robert Henderson (December 19, 1904 Ann Arbor, Michigan - September 9, 1985 London, England) was an American actor. He was known for Superman (1978), Superman III (1983), and Phase IV (1974). He played an important role in the early career of Sean Connery.
|1950||Dance Hall||Special Dancer|
|1952||Penny Princess||Macy's Staff Manager||Uncredited|
|1953||Never Let Me Go||U.S. Ambassador|
|1953||36 Hours||Pop, the pilot||Uncredited|
|1955||Man of the Moment||American General||Uncredited|
|1958||Orders to Kill||Col. Snyder|
|1958||A Night to Remember||Mr Harris||Uncredited|
|1960||Too Young to Love||Kellerer|
|1969||Midas Run||The Dean|
|1978||Superman||2nd Editor||(Daily Planet)|
|1983||Superman III||Mr. Simpson|
|1983||Funny Money||Mr. Keller|
|1985||Morons from Outer Space||Diner Customer|
- "Robert Henderson". www.aveleyman.com.
- "Robert Henderson".
- Christopher Bray (2010). "Sean Connery: The measure of a man". p. 27. Faber & Faber,
- Sellers, Robert (9 February 2012). "Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down: How One Generation of British Actors Changed the World". Random House – via Google Books.
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