To All My Friends:


Well, it was a good run, and there is nothing major I regret.  When I was 6, I wanted to become an actor, and I did.  When I moved to Los Angeles, I wanted to live in Beachwood Canyon, and I did.  I loved rock n’ roll and got to see many groups before they became “icons”:  Led Zeppelin, The Doors, The Who, X, Neil Young and so many more…I could go on forever.  Oh, and I was at Woodstock - Far OUT!


I was also very political and, even if it caused arguments, I abhorred racism, hunger, war and the abuse of women and children, as well as hypocrisy in the “Christian” ethics, when politicians come out of both sides of their mouths.


I lived in a great place, had good friends, great dogs, and the single most wonderful woman in Pamela.  Oh, and a great mom and siblings.


So I will always be somewhere on TV or film and you’ll be able to walk on my ashes at “The Bat Cave.”  You all be good and till we meet again, I will be seeing you in my spirit.





PS From his widow, Pam:  Bob wrote the above letter in 2010 when he was first diagnosed with liver cancer.  He asked me to send it out to all his friends after he was gone.