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Bob Goldstein worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Goldstein marked his early career with roles in "Sanford and Son" (1971-77), "Message to My Daughter" (ABC, 1973-74) and the Walter Matthau comedy "The Sunshine Boys" (1975). Goldstein also appeared in "House Calls" (1978) starring Walter Matthau, "Farrell For the People" (NBC, 1982-83) and "Hammett" (1982). He also worked on "Ohara" (ABC, 1986-88), "Tucker: the Man and His Dream" with Jeff Bridges (1988) and "Miller's Crossing" (1990) starring Gabriel Byrne. Later in his career, Goldstein worked on "Barton Fink" (1991).

Bob Goldstein worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Goldstein marked his early career with roles in "Sanford and Son" (1971-77), "Message to My Daughter" (ABC, 1973-74) and the Walter Matthau comedy "The Sunshine Boys" (1975). Goldstein also appeared in "House Calls" (1978) starring Walter Matthau, "Farrell For the People" (NBC, 1982-83) and "Hammett" (1982). He also worked on "Ohara" (ABC, 1986-88), "Tucker: the Man and His Dream" with Jeff Bridges (1988) and "Miller's Crossing" (1990) starring Gabriel Byrne. Later in his career, Goldstein worked on "Barton Fink" (1991).

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1.
 Farrell for the People (1982) Beansie
2.
 House Calls (1978) Cab Driver
3.
 The Sunshine Boys (1975) Waiter
4.
 Message to My Daughter (1973) Phil
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