Patients who develop muscle weakness while they're critically ill do much worseBed rest not what the doctor ordered Oct 29, 2009
Our customers are facing increasing demands with constrained resources and they're relying on us to give them the very best value within these constraintsLockheed Martin to cut staff Jul 07, 2010
Robert Kellard (April 23, 1915–January 13, 1981) was an American actor who appeared in over 60 films between 1937 and 1951.
Kellard entered in Hollywood in 1937 in the film Annapolis Salute, directed by Christy Cabanne. After that, he bounced back and forth from starring roles in low budget films like Island in the Sky, Time Out for Murder, While New York Sleeps, and supporting roles in Boy Friend and Here I Am a Stranger, until he found the time to make two serials for Republic Pictures.
Although third billed, Kellard was ostensibly the hero in Republic’s adaptation of Sax Rohmer’s Drums of Fu Manchu. He followed this by playing the sidekick of Allan 'Rocky' Lane in the Zane Grey comic strip based King of the Royal Mounted. Kellard then starred two serials for Columbia Pictures, Perils of the Royal Mounted and Tex Granger, and accepted supporting roles in the films Gilda and The Jolson Story. He also displayed his comedic chops in several Three Stooges comedies, such as Rhythm and Weep, They Stooge to Conga and Squareheads of the Round Table. His best known role with the Stooges was that of the menacing pirate Black Louie in Three Little Pirates.