Bobby Di Cicco Movies List

Bobby Di Cicco
Bobby Di Cicco
Itasca, Illinois, USA

Actor Bobby Di Cicco Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 11 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 11 movies
The Real Glory: Reconstructing 'The Big Red One'
Artist: Samuel Fuller , Mark Hamill , Bobby Di Cicco , Robert Carradine , Perry Lang
Director: Richard Schickel
Released Date: 03-05-2005
Ghoulies IV
Ghoulies IV ( English )
Director: Jim Wynorski
Music Director: Chuck Cirino
Released Date: 17-08-1994
Killing Obsession
Killing Obsession ( English )
Artist: Eddie Barth , Chase Kim , Hank Cheyne , Ed DeGenaro , Bobby Di Cicco
Director: Paul Leder
Released Date: 20-07-1994
Maniac Cop 3
Maniac Cop 3 ( English )
Director: William Lustig , Joel Soisson
Released Date: 01-01-1993
Number One with a Bullet
Artist: Robert Carradine , Billy Dee Williams , Peter Graves , Doris Roberts , Bobby Di Cicco
Director: Jack Smight
Released Date: 27-02-1987
The Philadelphia Experiment
Director: Stewart Raffill
Music Director: Kenneth Wannberg
Released Date: 03-08-1984
Splash ( English )
Director: Ron Howard
Music Director: Lee Holdridge
Released Date: 08-03-1984
Night Shift
Night Shift ( English )
Director: Ron Howard
Music Director: Burt Bacharach
Released Date: 30-07-1982
The Big Red One
The Big Red One ( English )
Artist: Lee Marvin , Mark Hamill , Robert Carradine , Bobby Di Cicco , Kelly Ward
Director: Samuel Fuller
Music Director: Dana Kaproff , Dana Kaproff
Released Date: 18-07-1980
Showing 1 to 10 of 11 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 11 movies

Bobby Di Cicco Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Bobby Di Cicco (born 1955) is an American actor. He has starred in several films since the 1970s, but has mostly been involved in television work such as The A-Team. His early work includes the film 1941 by Steven Spielberg, in which he plays one of the main characters, 'Wally Stephens'. He also had a part in Samuel Fullers movie, The Big Red One, where he played a young private in the first squad. He was again a private in the 1990 comedy A Man Called Sarge. Bobby also gets credit for the classic line from the 1982 film Night Shift by Ron Howard, "Ba

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