Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
One of the most prominent works of Robert Dowdell as an actor was in the series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. The sitcom started in 1964 and lasted for a long period of four years while ending in 1968. He played the role of lieutenant commander Chip Morton. There were around hundred in 110 episodes made during this period.
One of the best films of Robert Dowdell’s career was Macho Callahan. It was released in 1970 where the actor played the role of a blind man. His acting during this session was impeccable and extremely convincing.
The next work of art that Robert Dowdell owned was for the movie The Initiation. The movie was made and released in the year 1984 and was also considered quite ahead in the eyes of the public. Here he played the role of Jason Randall.
In the year 1987, Robert Dowdell was again approached with a film called The Assassination. It was a different approach that he took from all the other acting projects he had done. Here he played the role of captain Ogilvie or Cappy.
The last part of his filmography can be given to the movie Skin Deep. The movie was released in 1989 where the then-actor Robert Dowdell played the role of a traffic judge. Even though the role was comparatively smaller, it was still highly acknowledged by his peers and the public.