"Oz" (1997)TV series 1997-2003

George Morfogen ... Robert 'Bob' Rebadow (45 episodes, 1997-2003)

Full cast and crew for

It Cuts Both Ways (1997)

Directed by
Jack Bender    
Writing credits
Cynthia Saunders   (creator)

George Geiger   writer

Episode Cast (in credits order)
David Harris ... Det. Marcel Roubidoux

  • Maury Chaykin ... Ben Rubadue

    The Big Easy Show Description, Cast & Crew


    The story, set in the French Quarter of New Orleans, follows the exploits of Jake Rubidoux, a tough private detective, who, on occasion, plays clarinet at The Big Easy, a nightclub run by a friend of his. In the pilot episode, Jake accepts a missing persons case -- to find the daughter of a wealthy Texan -- and becomes involved in a deadly scheme to find the girl for a contract killer.

    • 1982 - present

       William Devane               Jake Rubidoux


    The Shepherd: Border Patrol (2008)


    Isaac Florentine
    Cade Courtley (writer)
    Joe Gayton (writer)
    Action more
    Welcome To Mexico more
    A texas cop battles ex-navy seals who are trying to traffic drugs from Mexico into the USA. | 


     (Credited cast)
    Hollywood Homicide(2003)

    Plot Outline:
    Two LAPD detectives who moonlight in other fields investigate the murder of an up-and-coming rap group. 

    Gladys Knight ... Olivia Robidoux

    Kurupt ... K-Ro aka Oliver Robidoux

    Jeremiah Johnson (1972)
    Sydney Pollack

    Release Date:
    10 September 1972 (Sweden)

    Genre: Western 

    Plot Summary:
    A mountain man who wishes to live the life of a hermit becomes the unwilling object of a long vendetta... 



     (Complete credited cast)

    Charles Tyner ... Robidoux


  • BOOKS:

    The family name also figures in books:

    In the Shadow of the Law

    In the Shadow of the Law (Hardcover)
    by Kermit Roosevelt (Author) 

    Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.
    Excerpt from In the Shadow of the Law by Kermit Roosevelt. Copyright © 2005 by Kermit Roosevelt. To be published in June, 2005 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, LLC. All rights reserved.


    September 23, 1999
    Alanton, Virginia, 6:30 a.m.

    Detective Ray Robideaux pulled his cruiser to the curb in front of a small clapboard house. Morning shadows hung long down the empty street. People in this neighborhood tended to sleep in, perhaps because few of them had much to get up early for. Through the quiet air Robideaux could hear the rumble of traffic from a highway overpass. Approaching the house, he flipped open the snap of his holster and glanced at his partner. Bill Campbell’s gun was already out, held low at his side. Robideaux tried the doorknob, which turned in his hand, and he knocked. The wood was soft under his knuckles and resounded hollowly. “Police,” he called. “We have a warrant to enter this building.” By his side Campbell counted seconds off in a whisper. At eight he nodded and Robideaux threw the door open.