Robby the Robot Net Worth

Robby the Robot Net Worth is
$1.1 Million

Robby the Robot Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Robby was the brainchild of, and designed by industrial designer, Japanese-American engineer Robert Kinoshita. It was built in mid-1955 by the MGM prop department, at a reported cost of $125,000, to 'star' in the epic science fiction classic Forbidden Planet (1956) and its B-movie followup The Invisible Boy (1957) a year later. Robby the Robot has...
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJuly 1, 1955
Place Of BirthMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Culver City, California, USA
Height6' 11" (2.11 m)
Star SignCancer
1Built in 1955 for $125000.00 (1,126,773.05 in Febuary 2016) dollars.
2Robby's exact twin from TV and Movie fame is owned by in Florida, USA. They own the world's largest robot collection which is loaned to museums across the United States.
3He speaks 188 languages.
4He made a personal appearance at the opening of 'This is Tomorrow' at London's Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1956. The event is sometimes regarded as the first launch of 'Pop Art'.
5In Forbidden Planet (1956) he was played by Frankie Darro.
6Robby was designed by Robert Kinoshita, and built in mid-1955 by the MGM prop department, at a reported cost of $125,000.00.
7Robby stands at a height of 7' 6" tall, weighs about 300 lbs., and was originally operated by an MGM special effects technician named 'Glen Robinson' who subsequently worked on MGM's Logan's Run (1976).
8Robby's voice was provided by talented actor and announcer Marvin Miller.
9Robby is now owned by the top Forbidden Planet collector in the world, film director Bill Malone.
10The Barton brothers completed their full-size replica of Robby in the spring of 1975, and celebrated by booking him at as many Star Trek and sci-fi conventions as they could. Robby was a big hit, a major media star once again, even though the clone made all the personal appearances while the original MGM robot stood gathering dust in an Orange County movie museum.
11Today, Robby the Robot is a superstar of science fiction, appearing first in Forbidden Planet (1956). Some would say he is the perfect realization of Isaac Asimov's famous "Three Laws of Robotics", which Asimov first promulgated in his 1950 story collection, I, Robot.


Mork & Mindy1979TV SeriesChuck the Robot
Wonder Woman1979TV SeriesRobby The Robot
Project U.F.O.1978TV SeriesRobot
Space Academy1977TV SeriesRobot
Ark II1976TV SeriesAlphie
Hollywood Boulevard1976Robby (uncredited)
Columbo1974TV SeriesMM7
The Banana Splits Adventure Hour1968TV SeriesMildred (1968-1970)
Lost in Space1966-1967TV SeriesRobotoid / Robot
One of Our Spies Is Missing1966Part of Rejuvenating Machine (uncredited)
The Addams Family1966TV SeriesItself
The Twilight Zone1963-1964TV SeriesRobot
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis1963TV SeriesArnold
Hazel1962TV SeriesRobot
Invasion of the Neptune Men1961Toy (uncredited)
Goodyear Theatre1959TV SeriesChess playing robot
The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna1958TV SeriesRobot
The Thin Man1958TV SeriesRobot
The Invisible Boy1957Robby
Forbidden Planet1956Robby the Robot (as Robby The Robot)
Stacked2005TV SeriesNightmare NASA Robot
Looney Tunes: Back in Action2003Robert the Robot (uncredited)
Earth Girls Are Easy1988Robot (uncredited)
Gremlins1984Robot (uncredited)
Likely Stories, Vol. 31983TV SeriesMaid


The Great Mistake of Dr. Miles2014Video shortHimself
Hooray for Horrorwood1991Video documentaryHimself (as Robbie the Robot)
The Phantom Empire1988VideoHimself
Sitcom: The Adventures of Garry Marshall1979TV Movie documentaryChuck the Robot (uncredited)
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1956TV SeriesRobby the Robot
MGM Parade1956TV SeriesHimself

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