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Bob Druwing is an actor, an author, a muti-genre artist and a member of The Screen Actors Guild and The American Federation of Radio and Television Artists. He appeared regularly on "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!", on The Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, during seasons 3, 4 & 5.

 

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  • Lena Olin
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    Lena Olin

    22 months ago

    Lena Olin Is absolutely the most impressive screen actress alive! Watch her in anything. I dare you to tell me I'm wrong. Watch the film Romeo Is Bleeding some time. She plays the ultimate femme fatale. Deadly, but...

  • The Hollywood Walk Of Fame
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    The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

    21 months ago

    The Hollywood Walk Of Fame Is One Of Hollywood's Premier Tourist Attractions

  • Miracles are possible!
    5

    Miracles are possible!

    22 months ago

    There is no reason for a miracle to take any time. The truth is not limited by the constraints of the space/time continuum. The eternal now is not "time". It is always now. This is the the truth of your...

  • Laurel and Hardy Impersonators Dai Kornberg and Bob Druwing
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    Laurel and Hardy Impersonators Dai Kornberg and Bob Druwing

    22 months ago

    This is Dai Kornberg as Oliver Hardy and Bob Druwing as Stan Laurel in 2007 on Hollywood Blvd. They are available for films, TV and personal appearances and can be contacted via Bob's profile page. Most recently, they...

  • Bob Druwing as Jimmy Reese
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    Bob Druwing as Jimmy Reese

    22 months ago

    This picture of Bob Druwing as Jimmy Reese, from Brad Jacques' first feature length film Leaving Scars, was taken at his home in Maine.   It was Bob's first appearance in a film as a blonde. Bob has thus far...

  • Homer Price
    2

    Homer Price

    22 months ago

    I don't know if it has anything to do with my dad having been an engineer, but McCloskey's two books of short stories about a boy inventor from Centerburg, Ohio had an influence on me that lingers to this day. Homer...

  • Jesse Colin Young
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    Jesse Colin Young

    22 months ago

    With a truly unique voice and a terrific talent for writing and playing, Jesse Colin Young founded The Youngbloods, as well as showing prowess as a solo artist and gave us great songs like "Get Together",...

  • Brad Jacques - Filmmaker
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    Brad Jacques - Filmmaker

    22 months ago

    Brad Jacques is a film director, film editor and actor. Born July 11, 1969, in Topsfield, Massachusetts, he now makes his home in Los Angeles, California. I've had the honor to appear in seven of his films, beginning...

  • FLICK LIVES!
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    FLICK LIVES!

    3 months ago

    FLICK LIVES! was founded by Steve Marchand, John DeSisto, Joe Griffith, Mike Canty and Bob Druwing in late 1969. Drummer Canty was soon replaced by Billy Quirk (pictured here kneeling in the black T-shirt and pants). ...

  • He Could Have Done Anything Pt. 2
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    He Could Have Done Anything Pt. 2

    3 days ago

    Part 2 of Bob Druwing's first novel.

  • Bob Druwing Song Lyrics
    2

    Bob Druwing Song Lyrics

    3 years ago

    The lyrics to just some of the songs Bob Druwing has written.

  • He Could Have Done Anything - Pt. 3
    2

    He Could Have Done Anything - Pt. 3

    2 years ago

    Please read parts 1 and 2 of this novel about serial killers and those who hunt them at the lens links below. ------------------------------------------------------------------- From Part 2: In figuring out...

  • Hummingbirds On The Yellowhead Highway
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    Hummingbirds On The Yellowhead Highway

    3 years ago

    The motto of Framingham State College is "Live To The Truth". I was a freshman English major there in 1971 and I thought it was as meaningless a suggestion as I had ever encountered. I had graduated from a...

  • He Could Have Done Anything
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    He Could Have Done Anything

    4 days ago

    Bob Druwing's First novel!

  • Nessebar
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    Nessebar

    3 years ago

    Nessebar (also transcribed as Nesebar or Nesebur; ancient name: Menebria and Mesembria) is an ancient town and one of the major seaside resorts on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. Located in Burgas Province, it is the...

  • Bob Druwing's lensography
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    Bob Druwing's lensography

    3 years ago

    I hope you enjoy the lenses on my two novels (one completed, one in progress), He Could Have Done Anything and Hummingbirds On The Yellowhead Highway, lenses pertaining to my acting career (characters I've portrayed,...

  • Buy A House In Southern Maine
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    Buy A House In Southern Maine

    2 years ago

    While interest rates are lower than they've been in decades and prices are WAY down, you should take advantage of the opportunity to buy this great four bedroom split entry home on 2.4 acres of lawn and wooded land in...

  • Archduke Ferdinand
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    Archduke Ferdinand

    3 years ago

    Today we'd call it a "tipping point". Amid an enormous arms build-up across Europe, the June 28, 1914 assassination in Sarajevo of Austrian Archduke Ferdinand and his wife was all it took to prompt nations...

  • Julieta Venegas
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    Julieta Venegas

    3 years ago

    Julietta Venegas, the princess of Tijuana, has won a Grammy award and five Latin Grammys. She plays guitar and keyboards, writes very entertaining songs inspired by her life and has a winning personality. You've got...

  • Leon Trotsky
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    Leon Trotsky

    3 years ago

    Leon Trotsky (born Lev Davidovich Bronshtein on November 7, 1879) was one of the leaders of the October Revolution in Russia and was second only to Vladimir Lenin, but his opposition to Stalin and the bureaucratization...

  • E. Howard Hunt
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    E. Howard Hunt

    3 years ago

    Just as most competent researchers of President John F. Kennedy's assassination had long suspected, because there has been ample evidence of it for quite a long time now (see Mark Lane's 1991 book Plausible Denial, for...

  • Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
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    Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!

    2 years ago

    "Tim and Eric auditioned me after I told them I could sing Stardust like Nat King Cole. The next thing I knew the third segment of the audition, where they had me singing one of their tunes like the worst of...

  • Dorothy Kilgallen
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    Dorothy Kilgallen

    22 months ago

    Writer and TV game show panelist Dorothy Kilgallen was the only journalist granted an interview with Oswald murderer Jack Ruby in his Dallas jail cell. Subsequently, she publicly stated that she intended to publish...

  • John Wilkes Booth
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    John Wilkes Booth

    22 months ago

    Perhaps no other assassin has had more awareness of placing himself in the history books than John Wilkes Booth

  • George Joannides
    4

    George Joannides

    21 months ago

    George Joannides was instrumental in concealing the CIA's connection to Lee Harvey Oswald

  • Guy Banister
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    Guy Banister

    22 months ago

    Rabid anti-communist and former head of the Chicago FBI office, Guy Banister was a key figure in the "sheep-dipping" of Lee Harvey Oswald that made it easy for The Warren Commission to present Oswald as a...

  • Anwar Sadat
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    Anwar Sadat

    2 years ago

    Muhammad Anwar Al Sadat was the third president of Egypt. He served for eleven years before his October 6, 1981 assassination. The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded jointly to Mohamed Anwar al-Sadat and Menachem Begin in...

  • Abraham Bolden
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    Abraham Bolden

    2 years ago

    The first African American Secret Service agent to see presidential protection duty was framed and imprisoned because he knew too much about protocol violations by JFK's team in Dallas and a previous threat against JFK...

  • Richard Helms
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    Richard Helms

    22 months ago

    This Director Of The Central Intelligence Agency Lied To Congress

  • Allen Dulles
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    Allen Dulles

    12 months ago

    Allen Dulles had career Army and Air Force officer L. Fletcher Prouty create a network of subordinate focal point offices in the armed services, then throughout the entire U.S. government, whose members would act...

  • William King Harvey
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    William King Harvey

    22 months ago

    As the CIA's Berlin station chief, he successfully built the tunnel to the Soviet sector to spy on their communications, but he's better known for arranging Operation Mongoose, the CIA's enlistment of the Mafia in its...

  • Johnny Roselli
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    Johnny Roselli

    22 months ago

    Like Jack Ruby, Roselli came up through the Capone gang in Chicago; but Johnny started out with the Winter Hill mob in Somerville, Massachusetts as Filippo Sacco. He went on the lam to Chicago and changed his name after...

  • Dr. Sidney Gottlieb
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    Dr. Sidney Gottlieb

    12 months ago

    Dr. Sidney Gottlieb ran the CIA mind control program, MKULTRA and their technical services division

  • Robert Maheu
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    Robert Maheu

    3 years ago

    Robert Maheu, who is perhaps best known as the right hand man to Howard Hughes, was the go-between for the CIA in arranging its use of La Cosa Nostra in its plans to assassinate Cuban leader Fidel Castro, under the...

  • Patrice Lumumba
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    Patrice Lumumba

    3 years ago

    Lumumba's leadership would last only ten weeks, before he was deposed and murdered at the hands of the Belgian government, because of his intention to align his uranium rich nation with The Soviet Union. The CIA has...

  • Salvador Allende
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    Salvador Allende

    2 years ago

    The legally elected president of Chile was the victim of a CIA engineered coup that resulted in his death in September of 1973. David Atlee Phillips of the CIA managed the propaganda leading up to the coup. He would...

  • James Jesus Angleton
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    James Jesus Angleton

    3 years ago

    He personified counterintelligence in America, however it's arguable that he did as much harm as good. Among his closest friends was Brithish MI spy Kim Philby, who turned out to be a working for the Soviet Union and...

  • David Sanchez Morales
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    David Sanchez Morales

    22 months ago

    During a drinking session, not long before his death, David Sanchez Morales bragged to his friend Ruben "Rocky" Carbajal about taking care of the Kennedy brothers. It has been theorized that he was the...

  • Schrodinger's Cat
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    Schrodinger's Cat

    3 years ago

    Is the cat dead or alive? Well, according to Schrodinger, quantum theory says: until you open the box,...it's both! Confused yet? It gets worse. Because opening the box alters the conditions, it can't be said that the...

  • Tal Wilkenfeld - bass player extraordinaire!
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    Tal Wilkenfeld - bass player extraordinaire!

    21 months ago

    Tal Wilkenfeld knows exactly who she is; if you like music, so should you

  • Delilah Rene
    1

    Delilah Rene

    22 months ago

    Delilah calls herself "the queen of sappy love songs"

  • Occam's Razor
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    Occam's Razor

    3 years ago

    All other things being equal, the simplest solution is the best one. The principle of Occam's Razor can be stated in many ways, but the above is how one most often encounters it being expressed. Lisa Simpson put it...

  • Apocalypse Now
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    Apocalypse Now

    22 months ago

    Coppola released Apocalypse Now Redux in 2001, restoring an additional 49 minutes of footage that he reluctantly cut from the original. It's a bigger movie, but not necessarily a better one, because the original is a...

  • Dr. Strangelove
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    Dr. Strangelove

    22 months ago

    Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove is a magnificent dark comedy with a fabulous cast giving top flight performances including three seperate major roles played by the great Peter Sellers. The film mirrors Fail Safe in...

  • Jeremiah Johnson (the film)
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    Jeremiah Johnson (the film)

    22 months ago

    "Jeremiah Johnson made his way into the mountains "Bettin' on forgettin' all the troubles that he knew...." Sydney Pollack's Jeremiah Johnson is an allegory of the story of life. It was beautifully...

  • Chris Smither
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    Chris Smither

    21 months ago

    Chris Smither is the real deal

  • Hoagy Carmichael
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    Hoagy Carmichael

    22 months ago

    Hoagy Carmichael was an American composer, pianist, singer, actor, and bandleader. Hoagy is best known for composing the music for "Stardust", "Georgia on My Mind", "The Nearness of You",...

  • Madeleine Stowe
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    Madeleine Stowe

    22 months ago

    Madeleine Stowe is one of the most lovely and talented actresses of our time.

  • Chinatown (the film)
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    Chinatown (the film)

    22 months ago

    Roman Polanski's Chinatown is a perfect movie!

  • Kary Mullis - Maverick Genius
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    Kary Mullis - Maverick Genius

    21 months ago

    Nobel laureate Kary Mullis is a renegade who is not easily dismissed

  • The Assassination Group Headquarters
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    The Assassination Group Headquarters

    3 years ago

    The Assassination Group is a group dedicated to lenses on political assassinations, related people and topics. There are basically two versions of history. The one most people are familiar with is taught in the schools...

  • Karla Bonoff
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    Karla Bonoff

    21 months ago

    Born on December 27, 1951, Karla Bonoff is a singer-songwriter from California, who has performed as a solo artist, as a back-up vocalist and as a member of the group Bryndle. Her songs have been covered by such top...

  • Gene Pitney
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    Gene Pitney

    20 months ago

    "How can we keep love alive "How can anything survive "When these little minds tear you in two? "What a town without a pity can do"

  • The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm
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    The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm

    3 years ago

    "Immature love says, 'I love you because I need you'; mature love says, 'I need you because I love you'." -------------------------------Erich Fromm in "The Art of Loving" Fromm was associated...

  • Picture This by Joseph Heller
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    Picture This by Joseph Heller

    22 months ago

    Joseph Heller's Picture This is the most important novel of our time

  • General Smedley Butler
    1

    General Smedley Butler

    2 years ago

    Marine Major General Smedley Darlington Butler warned us about the "military industrial complex" decades before President Eisenhower did. What he said is at least as relevant today as it was then. The most...

  • Richard Brautigan
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    Richard Brautigan

    2 years ago

    Richard Brautigan wlll make you think about things in ways you never would have otherwise . He'll make you feel in ways you may have been afraid to feel on your own. He'll make you laugh out loud at the insanity we...

  • Marty Balin
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    Marty Balin

    22 months ago

    If only you believed in miracles, you dreamed some day you might sing half as well as the founder of Jefferson Airplane Marty Balin. He and Grace Slick were the band's lead vocalists. Immortalized in the movie...

  • Pucca
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    Pucca

    2 years ago

    You'll love Pucca! I do! I once met a female superhero, who introduced me to Pucca and my life was immediately changed. I have been repeatedly enriched by Pucca's unbending intent and her shining power of example. ...

  • Who Is Thane Eugene Cesar?
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    Who Is Thane Eugene Cesar?

    2 years ago

    Thane Eugene Cesar is the guy the mainstream media has told you about, in connection with an audio recording of RFK's shooting that has been the focus of recent legal and media attention, but for some reason, the...

  • Who was Lisa Howard?
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    Who was Lisa Howard?

    2 years ago

    Years ago I became curious about why there was so little written about Lisa Howard and she became a particular point of focus for me. Call it intuition. She was an actress who scored the first major interview with...

  • Brad Anderson
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    Brad Anderson

    3 years ago

    I first met Brad Anderson in the Spring of 1990, at an audition for his "A Short Film About Bowling", held at the Boston Film and Video Foundation. He'd set it up in the form of a table reading and I was...

  • Rudy Van Gelder
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    Rudy Van Gelder

    22 months ago

    The jazz world wouldn't be the same without Rudy Van Gelder

  • Johnny Mathis
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    Johnny Mathis

    22 months ago

    What a voice! If you don't come away from listening to Johnny Mathis feeling positive, there's gotta be something seriously wrong with you! So, if that's the case, seek help! Then get some Johnny Mathis playing and...

  • Kurt Wenner
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    Kurt Wenner

    3 years ago

    Kurt Wenner is a master at chalk art and street painting. His depth perception is amazing and, let's face it, you have to visualize it before you can execute it. He's known for producing stunning original works of art...

  • Bob Enik - Guitarist
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    Bob Enik - Guitarist

    3 years ago

    Between Jeff Beck and Cliff Gallup, Between Clapton and Zappa...that's where I'd have to begin to place the jaw dropping guitar licks of Boston area native, Bob Enik. Have you ever witnessed a fine car racing toward a...

  • Mose Allison
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    Mose Allison

    22 months ago

    There is really no one else quite like Mose Allison and this is the case whether you are speaking of him as a singer, a pianist or as a songwriter. Always good for a laugh and a lesson, Mose Allison has given us lyrics...

  • Dannie Richmond - Drummer
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    Dannie Richmond - Drummer

    22 months ago

    Dannie Richmond! One of the world's greatest drummers!

  • Teotihuacan
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    Teotihuacan

    22 months ago

    If you are going to be in Mexico City, you absolutely MUST schedule a day to go to Teotihuacan! It is not to be missed and you certainly won't regret the time and effort it takes to see it. Take a tour bus from your...

  • Fender Stratacoustic Guitars
    2

    Fender Stratacoustic Guitars

    3 years ago

    Fender has redesigned and upgraded the Stratacoustic and Telecoustic acoustic/electric models! The $200 model seen here with fiberglass back and sides is still being produced with the Squier label. The newer deLuxe...

  • Fender Telecoustic Guitars
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    Fender Telecoustic Guitars

    5 years ago

    This is the Telecoustic in candy apple red. It also comes stock in sunburst. For an inexpensive acoustic/electric, you really can't do better. It has a genuine maple Telly bolt-on neck with a 21-fret rosewood fretboard,...

  • Billy Higgins - Drummer
    1

    Billy Higgins - Drummer

    21 months ago

    Billy Higgins was one of the greatest jazz drummers!

  • Barney Kessel
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    Barney Kessel

    12 months ago

    Barney Kessel was one of the greatest guitarists the jazz world has ever known

  • Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers
    3

    Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers

    21 months ago

    add → photo text Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers was like a showcase and a school for some of the biggest names in jazz

  • Leo Kottke
    1

    Leo Kottke

    22 months ago

    When you first listen to Leo Kottke, it's hard to believe you're hearing only one man playing one guitar. You'd swear you have to be hearing AT LEAST two! The first time I heard him, I didn't realize I was listening...

  • HEMI Engines
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    HEMI Engines

    3 years ago

    We can thank Walter P. Chrysler for the introduction of the HEMI to the automotive market. The first ones were 331 cubic inches in displacement, similar to what is pictured here. If you've never driven a vehicle with...

  • Bob Druwing
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    Bob Druwing

    7 months ago

    Bob Druwing is a member of The Screen Actors Guild and The American Federation of Radio and Television Artists, who makes his home in Van Nuys, California. A lifelong actor, he is also a singer/songwriter, guitar...

  • Cartoons By Bob Druwing
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    Cartoons By Bob Druwing

    22 months ago

    My father taught me how to draw when I was five, while I lay in a hospital bed recovering from a concussion suffered in a fall from a yard swing. Naturally, he taught me simple cartoon animals first and, of course,...

  • Too Wise
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    Too Wise

    3 years ago

    Too Wise is an original design by Bob Druwing, which was first crafted in pen and ink on paper with a sculpture in mind. Other than the picture seen here, it existed briefly in mural form on a wall in the forth floor...

  • Bob Druwing as Drunk Soldier in Soulkeeper
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    Bob Druwing as Drunk Soldier in Soulkeeper

    22 months ago

    This is Bob Druwing as a drunk Confederate battle re-enactment soldier at The Gettysburg Civil War Museum in the film Soulkeeper. This was Bob's first film role in Hollywood, though he came to town with a 9 1/2 year...

  • Bob Druwing as John Deerhunter
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    Bob Druwing as John Deerhunter

    22 months ago

    Actor Bob Druwing as his character John Deerhunter in a photo by Hollywood Walk Of Fame photographer Bob Freeman.

  • Bob Druwing's Latest Headshots
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    Bob Druwing's Latest Headshots

    22 months ago

    Actor Bob Druwing's latest headshots are here! He recently signed with Central Artists Agency in Burbank, California. Laura Walsh is his new theatrical agent and Jean-Marc Carre is his new commercial agent. They...

  • Bob Druwing as Dominic Romano
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    Bob Druwing as Dominic Romano

    3 years ago

    This photo is of actor Bob Druwing at age 43, having undergone weeks of training with free weights, tanning and getting a tight black perm, in order to portray Dominic Romano at age 28 (and 63) in the ill fated film...

  • Bob Druwing from Carnivale
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    Bob Druwing from Carnivale

    22 months ago

    This is a picture of me, Bob Druwing, on a break, but in character, during the shooting of the second season of the HBO Television show CARNIVALE. I made two appearances during the first season of the show, but during...

  • Camovan - The Woods Winnebago
    1

    Camovan - The Woods Winnebago

    22 months ago

    This 1984 Winnebago LeSharo was my "art project" in the Summer of 2006. It no longer runs, but is still perfect for a camp house on the hill overlooking the trout stream that is the southwest border of my land...

  • The Great Lee Morgan
    3

    The Great Lee Morgan

    22 months ago

    Born July 10, 1938 in Philadelphia, Lee Morgan was arguably the greatest trumpet player ever recorded.

  • Stephane Grappelli
    1

    Stephane Grappelli

    21 months ago

    Stephane Grappelli was the father of the jazz violin

  • Buntline
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    Buntline

    22 months ago

    Buntline is Bob Druwing's cowboy character, who has shown up for most of the westerns Bob has worked in and is generally altered little by the productions' wardrobe departments. Everyone seems to like the hat, which he...

  • Jeff Beck
    1

    Jeff Beck

    21 months ago

    Of course it's a matter of taste and opinion, but every great guitarist respects Jeff Beck.

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