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|Born||Roberto Antonio Boris
October 12, 1945
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Occupation||Film director, film producer, screenwriter|
Robert Boris (October 12, 1945) is an American screenwriter, film producer and director.
Boris won the WGA Award for Original/Adapted Multi-Part Long Form Series for Blood Feud in 1984.
- Birds of Prey (with Rupert Hitzig) (1973) (TV)
- Electra Glide in Blue (with Rupert Hitzig) (1973)
- Some Kind of Hero (with James Kirkwood Jr.) (1982)
- Deadly Encounter (with David J. Kinghorn) (1982) (TV)
- Blood Feud (1983) (TV)
- Doctor Detroit (with Carl Gottlieb and Bruce Jay Friedman) (1983)
- Oxford Blues (1984) (also Director)
- Izzy and Moe (with Steven Patrick Bell, Jim Cash & Jack Epps Jr.) (1985) (TV)
- Steele Justice (1987) (also Director)
- Buy & Cell (1987) (Director Only)
- Marilyn and Me (1991) (TV)
- Extreme Justice (with Frank Sacks) (1993)
- Frank and Jesse (1994) (Director Only)
- Diplomatic Siege (with Mark Amin, Sam Bernard and Kevin Bernhardt) (1999)
- Backyard Dogs (2000) (also Director)
- Deep Freeze (with Dennis A. Pratt and Matthew Jason Walsh) (2003)
- Little Hercules in 3-D (2009)
- Bozung, Justin (2015-04-28). "TVStoreOnline Blog: INTERVIEW: Writer/Director Robert Boris Is Working On A Sequel To OXFORD BLUES". Blog.tvstoreonline.com. Retrieved 2016-03-16.
- "Robert Boris". The New York Times.
- "AMC". AMC. 1945-10-12. Retrieved 2016-03-16.
- Robert Boris Net Worth (2015-10-15). "Robert Boris Net Worth - Celebrity Net Worth 2016". Net-worths.org. Retrieved 2016-03-16.
- "Writers Honor Four Oscar Contenders" UPI. Retrieved 2016-08-07.
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