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Political party  Republican
Resting place  Cremation
Name  Buddy Ebsen

Occupation  Actor/Dancer
Role  Singer
Years active  1928–2001
Height  1.92 m
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Full Name  Christian Ludolf Ebsen, Jr.
Born  April 2, 1908 (1908-04-02) Belleville, Illinois, U.S.
Website  http://www.buddyebsen.com/
Died  July 6, 2003, Torrance, California, United States
Children  Kiki Ebsen, Dustin Ebsen, Bonnie Ebsen, Alix Ebsen, Cathy Ebsen, Susannah Ebsen, Elizabeth Ebsen
Spouse  Dorothy Knott (m. 1985–2003), Nancy Wolcott McKeown (m. 1945–1985), Ruth Cambridge (m. 1936–1942)
Movies and TV shows  The Beverly Hillbillies, Barnaby Jones, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Davy Crockett, Born to Dance
Similar People  Max Baer - Jr, Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas, Nancy Kulp, Ray Bolger

Cause of death  respiratory failure

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Christian Ludolf "Buddy" Ebsen Jr. (April 2, 1908 – July 6, 2003) was an American singer, dancer, author, film, television and character actor, whose career spanned seven decades. He had also appeared as a guest on several talk and variety shows. The SAG-AFTRA records also show him as Frank "Buddy" Ebsen.

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Originally a dancer, Ebsen began his long career in films in 1935, beginning with Jack Benny in Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935), Maureen O'Hara in They Met in Argentina (1941) and June Havoc in Sing Your Worries Away (1942). He also danced with child star Shirley Temple in Captain January (1936), released the same year. Cast as the Tin Man in 1939's The Wizard of Oz, Ebsen fell ill owing to the aluminum dust in his makeup and was forced to drop out of the film. In Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), he portrayed Doc Golightly, the much older husband of Audrey Hepburn's character. He also had a successful television career, including playing Davy Crockett's sidekick, George Russell, in Walt Disney's Davy Crockett miniseries (1953–54). But he is best remembered for his starring role as Jed Clampett in the CBS television sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies (1962–1971). He also played the title character in the television detective drama Barnaby Jones (1973–1980), also on CBS. Ebsen had a cameo role in the 1993 film version of The Beverly Hillbillies, not as Jed Clampett, but as Barnaby Jones.

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Early years

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A middle child with four sisters, Buddy Ebsen was born as Christian Ludolf Ebsen Jr., on April 2, 1908, in Belleville, Illinois. His father, Christian Ludolf Ebsen Sr., was Danish, a choreographer, who once owned a dance studio, who was also a physical fitness advocate, before he operated a natatorium, for the local school district, and his mother, Frances (née Wendt), was Latvian, who was also a painter. Ebsen was raised in Belleville until the age of 10, when his family moved to Palm Beach County, Florida. In 1920, Ebsen and his family relocated to Orlando, Florida. Ebsen and his sisters learned to dance at a dance studio his father operated in Orlando.

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During his high school years Buddy became a member of John M. Cheney Chapter, Order of DeMolay, in Orlando. His involvement as a teenager led to his being recognized by DeMolay in adult life with the award of the Legion of Honor Degree, and later by induction into the DeMolay Alumni Hall of Fame.

Ebsen graduated from Orlando High School in 1926. Initially interested in a medical career, Ebsen attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, from 1926 to 1927, and then Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, from 1927 to 1928. Family financial problems caused by the collapse of the Florida land boom forced Ebsen to leave college at age 20.

Professional career

Ebsen left Orlando in the summer of 1928 to try his luck as a dancer in New York City, arriving with only $26.75 in his pocket (equal to $372.00 in 2012) and worked at a soda fountain shop. His sister Vilma Ebsen and he performed as a dance act in supper clubs and in vaudeville — they were known as "The Baby Astaires". On Broadway, the Ebsens appeared as members of the chorus in the musicals Whoopee, Flying Colors, and Ziegfeld Follies of 1934. A rave review from New York columnist Walter Winchell, who saw them perform in Atlantic City, New Jersey, led to a booking at the Palace Theatre in New York City, the pinnacle of the vaudeville world.

MGM signing

In 1935, Ebsen and his sister were approached by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for a screen test. They then signed a two-year contract, with a two-year option, for $1,500.00 per week each (equal to $26203.00 today). After relocating to Hollywood, the siblings made their film debuts in the 1935 film Broadway Melody of 1936. This was to be Vilma's only film — a contract problem prevented her making other films and she soon retired from show business.

Ebsen went on to appear in numerous films, both musicals and nonmusicals, including the 1936 Born to Dance, the 1936 Captain January (in which he danced with Shirley Temple), the 1938 Broadway Melody of 1938 (with Judy Garland as his dance partner), and the 1938 The Girl of the Golden West. Ebsen partnered with actresses Eleanor Powell and Frances Langford, among others, and also danced solo.

Ebsen was noted for his unusual, surreal dancing and singing style (for example, his contribution to the "Swingin' the Jinx Away" finale of Born to Dance). His abilities might have been a reason filmmaker Walt Disney chose Ebsen to be filmed dancing in front of a grid as an aid to animating Mickey Mouse's dancing in Disney's 1929 to 1939 Silly Symphonies animated short films.

The Wizard of Oz

When Ebsen turned down studio head Louis B. Mayer's offer of an exclusive contract with MGM, Mayer warned him that he would never get a job in Hollywood again. Nonetheless, MGM did cast Ebsen as the Scarecrow in its 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. Ebsen then swapped roles with actor Ray Bolger, who was originally cast as the Tin Man. Bolger wanted to play the Scarecrow, and Ebsen did not object to the swap. Ebsen recorded all his songs as Tin Man, went through all the rehearsals, and started filming. However, he soon began experiencing cramps and shortness of breath, eventually leading to hospitalization. Doctors determined that Ebsen was suffering a reaction to the aluminum dust used in the Tin Man makeup; he was forced to leave the production for health reasons.

In an interview included posthumously on the 2005 DVD release of The Wizard of Oz, Ebsen recalled that the studio heads did not believe he was sick until someone tried to order him back to the set and was intercepted by an angry nurse. Ebsen was replaced by Jack Haley, with the makeup quickly changed to a safer aluminum paste. As noted in a documentary on the 2005 DVD, MGM did not publicize the reason for Ebsen's departure; even Haley was not told until later. Although Haley rerecorded most of Ebsen's vocals, Ebsen's Midwestern voice (as opposed to Haley's Bostonian accent), with the enunciated "r" in the word "wizard", can still be heard on the soundtrack during several reprises of the song "We're Off to See the Wizard". Ebsen's recording of the Tin Man's only solo song, "If I Only Had a Heart", still exists and is included on the two-CD Deluxe Edition of the film's soundtrack, while a still photo recreation of the sequence featuring shots of Ebsen as the Tin Man was included as an extra with all VHS and DVD releases of the film since 1989. Until his dying day, Ebsen complained of lung problems from involvement in "that damned movie". Ebsen outlived all of the major cast members of The Wizard of Oz, living into the 21st century; only Munchkins (e.g. Jerry Maren, who has outlived Ebsen by 14 years) and extras are still alive.

World War II

After recovering from the illness, Ebsen became embroiled in a contract dispute with MGM that left him idle for long periods. He took up sailing, eventually becoming so proficient in seamanship that he taught the subject to United States Navy officer candidates. In 1941, with the start of U.S. involvement in World War II, Ebsen applied several times for an officer's commission in the Navy, but was repeatedly turned down. His application for a United States Coast Guard commission was accepted, and he was promptly given the rank of Lieutenant, Junior Grade. This wartime rank was one step up from the rank of Ensign, the usual rank given newly appointed naval officers in peacetime. Ebsen served as damage control officer and later as executive officer on the Coast Guard-manned Navy frigate USS Pocatello, which recorded weather at its "weather station" 1,500 miles west of Seattle, Washington. These patrols consisted of 30 days at sea, followed by 10 days in port at Seattle. Ebsen was honorably discharged from the Coast Guard as a lieutenant in 1946.

Return to acting

Ebsen made his television debut on an episode of The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre in 1949. This led to television appearances in: Stars Over Hollywood, Gruen Guild Playhouse, four episodes of Broadway Television Theatre, Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, Corky and White Shadow, the H.J. Heinz Company's Studio 57, Screen Directors Playhouse, two episodes of Climax!, Tales of Wells Fargo, The Martha Raye Show, Playhouse 90, Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, Johnny Ringo, two episodes of Bonanza, three episodes of Maverick (in which he portrayed assorted homicidal villains), and 77 Sunset Strip. Ebsen received wide television exposure when he played Georgie Russel, a role based on an historical person and companion to frontiersman Davy Crockett, in the Disneyland television miniseries Davy Crockett (1954–1955).

In the 1958–1959 season, Ebsen co-starred in the 26-episode half-hour NBC television adventure series Northwest Passage. This series was a fictionalized account of Major Robert Rogers, a colonial American fighter for the British in the French and Indian War. Ebsen played the role of Sergeant Hunk Marriner; Keith Larsen played Rogers.

In 1960, Ebsen appeared in episodes of the television series Rawhide, in the episodes "The Pitchwagon" and Tales of Wells Fargo, which he reprised in episodes of both series during 1962 in the roles of different characters. Also in 1960, Ebsen played in season 4 episode 30 of Have Gun, Will Travel called "El Paso Stage", as a corrupt marshal.

From 1961 to 1962, Ebsen had a recurring role as Virge Blessing in the ABC drama series Bus Stop, the story of travelers passing through the bus station and diner in the fictitious town of Sunrise, Colorado. Robert Altman directed several episodes. Arthur O'Connell had played Virge Blessing in the earlier film version on which the series was loosely based. Ebsen also appeared as "Mr. Dave" Browne, a homeless hobo, on The Andy Griffith Show opposite Ron Howard, and as Jimbo Cobb in The Twilight Zone episode "The Prime Mover" (season 2, episode 21) in 1961.

Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

Throughout the 1950s, Ebsen performed in films, mainly Westerns. One notable exception was an acclaimed role as Doc Golightly, an older, rural veterinarian deserted by his young wife (played by Audrey Hepburn) in 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany's.

The Beverly Hillbillies (1962–1971)

Paul Henning recalls his reason for choosing Ebsen to play Clampett: "I had seen him on TV and I couldn't imagine anyone else doing the role," he says. "I was fortunate to have him, because he became the cornerstone of the show."

Ebsen became famous as Jed Clampett, an easygoing backwoods mountaineer who strikes oil and moves with his family to Beverly Hills, California, in the long-running, fish-out-of-water CBS sitcom The Beverly Hillbillies. Aside from the top-billed Ebsen, principal cast members included Irene Ryan as Jed's mother-in-law, Daisy Moses, also known as Granny; Max Baer Jr. as Jed's dimwitted nephew Jethro Bodine; Donna Douglas as Jed's only child, the curvaceous, critter-loving Elly May Clampett; Raymond Bailey as Milburn Drysdale, a bank president who oversees the Clampett fortune; and Nancy Kulp as Jane Hathaway, Drysdale's secretary.

Although scorned by critics, The Beverly Hillbillies attracted as many as 60 million viewers between 1962 and 1971 and was several times the highest-rated series on television. The show also spawned similar Paul Henning-produced rural sitcoms such as Green Acres and Petticoat Junction, which were eventually linked in crossover episode arcs. The Beverly Hillbillies was still earning good ratings when it was cancelled by CBS (because programmers began shunning shows that attracted a rural audience). One episode, "The Giant Jack Rabbit", was the highest-rated half-hour on television to that time and remains the most-watched half-hour sitcom episode.

Not all was harmonious among cast members on The Beverly Hillbillies set, especially between the politically conservative Ebsen and the more liberal Kulp. Said Douglas, "They had a different view, so they had some heated discussions about that. They would go at it for weeks." In 1984, Kulp unsuccessfully ran for the U.S. House of Representatives as a Democrat from Pennsylvania. To her dismay, Ebsen supported her Republican opponent, incumbent Representative Bud Shuster, going so far as to tape an ad for Shuster that labeled Kulp as "too liberal". Ebsen claimed she was exploiting her celebrity status and did not know the issues.

Baer (the sole surviving member of the cast) said about Buddy Ebsen, who was the first to be cast on The Beverly Hillbillies: "The key to Buddy Ebsen's character is the reason why Paul Henning casted Buddy as Jed Clampett; integrity and honesty." He also added, "Buddy told me a funny story one time, where he was at Madison Square Garden (this was back in the 1930s). My dad was supposed to fight. Buddy was sitting there, waiting and down near ringside. All of a sudden, this guy comes in, and he sits down next to him, he's got a robe on it and everything. But my dad was just real easy, just like nothing was going on, just sitting there in his robe and his shorts and Buddy was very excited because of the fact that (A) My dad sat down there and (B) Years later, the coincidence that he would star in the series with his son."

Barnaby Jones (1973–1980)

Ebsen returned to television in 1973 as the title character of Barnaby Jones, which proved to be his second long-running television series. Barnaby Jones was a milk-drinking detective who came out of retirement to investigate the death of his son. Critics and CBS executives ridiculed the age of the show's audience, but it lasted 8 seasons and 178 episodes. When Barnaby Jones was cancelled, it was one of the last surviving 1970s detective dramas. Lee Meriwether, 1955 Miss America, played Barnaby's widowed daughter-in-law, Betty Jones. Ebsen appeared briefly as Barnaby Jones on two other productions: a 1975 episode of Cannon and the 1993 film The Beverly Hillbillies.

Meriwether said of her on- and off-screen chemistry with Ebsen: "He really worked at being at the top of his game," she said of Ebsen. "You had to keep up with him. I adored him. I think he had feelings for me, too." She also said (once again) of the man, who truly adored her, "I loved that man! I was so lucky. He was a dream," she enthuses. "He loved the idea of being a detective. We had CSI-type equipment in the office on the set and he liked doing [his own tests]. It was a show the whole family could watch."

Other television credits

Ebsen's last regular television series was Matt Houston on ABC, starring Lee Horsley. Ebsen played Matt's uncle, Roy Houston, during the show's third season from 1984 to 1985. He also appeared in "The Waiting Room", a Night Gallery segment that originally aired January 26, 1972.

Ebsen narrated the documentary series Disney Family Album during the 1980s on the Disney Channel and Steven Kellogg's "Paul Bunyan" on the PBS series Reading Rainbow in 1985. He made his final guest-starring appearance in 1994 on an episode of the short-lived television series revival Burke's Law.

Later years

Although generally retired from acting as he entered his 80s, Ebsen filmed a cameo in the 1993 film version of The Beverly Hillbillies as Barnaby Jones. This was Ebsen's final motion picture role. In 1999, Ebsen provided the voice of Chet Elderson for an episode of the Fox Entertainment program King of the Hill. This was his last TV appearance.

Ebsen has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1765 Vine Street, and a star on the St. Louis Walk of Fame.

Death

Ebsen died of respiratory failure at Torrance Memorial Medical Center in Torrance, California, on July 6, 2003, at the age of 95. Upon his death, his body was cremated and his ashes were scattered at sea.

Personal life

Ebsen was first married to Ruth Cambridge and they had two daughters. The marriage ended in divorce.

In 1945, Ebsen married fellow lieutenant Nancy Wolcott. They had four daughters, including Kiki Ebsen, and a son. This marriage, after 39 years, also ended in divorce.

In 1985, Ebsen married his third wife, Dorothy "Dotti" Knott. They had no children.

Throughout his life, Ebsen had many interests. He became a folk artist and an avid coin collector, co-founding the Beverly Hills Coin Club in 1987 with actor Chris Aable. Ebsen's collection included many rarities such as a four-dollar gold piece worth $200,000. The coin was sold in several auctions both before and after his death. As Ebsen entered his nineties, he continued to keep active, and two years before his death, his bestselling novel Kelly's Quest was published. Ebsen wrote several other books including Polynesian Concept (about sailing), The Other Side of Oz (autobiography) and Sizzling Cold Case, a mystery based on his Barnaby Jones character.

Quotes

  • "'As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.' Often the values of the influences imposed on us by our mothers and fathers, our teachers and certain friends, are not realized until years later, when we, as a sailor does, look back at our wakes to determine the course we have steered that got us to where we are. Today when I look back, then look around me to see with whom I am standing, I fully realize the influence on my life that must be credited to DeMolay."
  • On being a best-selling author: "Writing fiction, there are no limits to what you write as long as it increases the value of the paper you are writing on."
  • In 1965, about his stage performances: "I probably enjoyed show business most when I was doing plays like 'The Male Animal' and 'Good Night, Ladies,' when people would lay down their money and laugh and you'd see them walk out happy. By God, I'd feel honest. I could go home with a good taste in my mouth. You'd feel better, you'd feel more alive and like you were justifying your existence."
  • Of The Beverly Hillbillies: "The one flaw in this is that you can't hear the people laughing."
  • Filmography

    Actor
    1999
    King of the Hill (TV Series) as
    Chet Elderson
    - A Fire-fighting We Will Go (1999) - Chet Elderson (voice)
    1994
    Burke's Law (TV Series) as
    Louie Pike
    - Who Killed Nick Hazard? (1994) - Louie Pike
    1993
    The Beverly Hillbillies as
    Barnaby Jones
    1990
    Working Tra$h (TV Movie) as
    Lodge
    1987
    Milroy: Santa's Misfit Mutt (Video short) as
    Santa Claus (voice)
    1987
    CBS Summer Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Buddy Tucker
    - The Time of Their Lives (1987) - Buddy Tucker
    1987
    Stone Fox (TV Movie) as
    Grandpa
    1984
    Matt Houston (TV Series) as
    Roy Houston / Uncle Roy Houston
    - Final Vows (1985) - Roy Houston
    - Death Watch (1985) - Roy Houston
    - Killing Time (1985) - Roy Houston
    - Company Secrets (1985) - Roy Houston
    - New Orleans Nightmare (1985) - Roy Houston
    - The Beach Club Murders (1985) - Roy Houston
    - The Honeymoon Murders (1985) - Roy Houston
    - Death Trap (1985) - Roy Houston
    - Breakpoint (1985) - Roy Houston
    - The Nightmare Man (1985) - Roy Houston
    - Stolen (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Deadly Games (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Blood Money (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Death Stalk (1984) - Roy Houston
    - The High Fashion Murders (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Escape from Nam: Part 2 (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Return to Nam: Part 1 (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Caged (1984) - Uncle Roy Houston (credit only)
    - Apostle of Death (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Eyewitness (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Vanished (1984) - Roy Houston
    - Wanted Man (1984) - Roy Houston
    1984
    Finder of Lost Loves (TV Series) as
    Walter Lewis
    - Old Friends (1984) - Walter Lewis
    1984
    The Yellow Rose (TV Series) as
    Toat Gilmore
    - Deadline (1984) - Toat Gilmore
    - Hell Hath No Fury (1984) - Toat Gilmore
    1981
    Fire on the Mountain (TV Movie) as
    John Vogelin
    1981
    The Return of the Beverly Hillbillies (TV Movie) as
    Jed Clampett
    1973
    Barnaby Jones (TV Series) as
    Barnaby Jones
    - The Killin' Cousin (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - Deadline for Murder (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Silent Accuser (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Final Victim (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - Death Is the Punchline (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - Killer Without a Name (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - Murder in the Key of C (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - Focus on Fear (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Killing Point (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Price of Anger (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - Run to Death (1980) - Barnaby Jones
    - Cry for Vengeance (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - School of Terror (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - False Witness (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Homecoming for a Dead Man (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Indoctrination in Evil (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Girl on the Road (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Design for Madness (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Desperate Pursuit (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Nightmare in Hawaii: Part 2 (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Nightmare in Hawaii: Part 1 (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Man on Fire (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Temptation (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Target for a Wedding (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Child of Love Child of Vengeance: Part 2 (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Child of Love Child of Vengeance: Part 1 (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Short Happy Life (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Master of Deception (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Fatal Overture (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Protectors (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Dance with Death (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Enslaved (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Echo of a Distant Battle: Part 2 (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Echo of a Distant Battle: Part 1 (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Medium (1979) - Barnaby Jones
    - Academy of Evil (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Picture Pirates (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Memory of a Nightmare (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Victim of Love (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Stages of Fear (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Frame for Murder (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Death of a Friendship (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Nest of Scorpions (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Hitch-Hike to Terror (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Deadly Sanctuary (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Dangerous Affair (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Blind Jeopardy (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Coronado Triangle (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Terror on a Quiet Afternoon (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Uninvited Peril (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Final Judgment: Part 2 (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Final Judgment: Part 1 (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Prime Target (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Ransom in Diamonds (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Scapegoat (1978) - Barnaby Jones
    - Child of Danger (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Deadly Homecoming (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Prisoner of Deceit (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Devil's Handmaiden (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Shadow of Fear (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Reincarnation (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Captives (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Daughter of Evil (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Gang War (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Damocles Gun (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Yesterday's Terror (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Wife Beater (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Mercenaries (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Death Beat (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Run Away to Terror (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Inside Man (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Duet for Danger (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Deadly Valentine (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Killer on Campus (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Anatomy of Fear (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Circle of Treachery (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Duet for Dying (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Marathon Murders (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Simple Case of Terror (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Copy-Cat Killing (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Testament of Power (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Deadly Charade (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Sister of Death (1977) - Barnaby Jones
    - Fraternity of Thieves (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Renegade's Child (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Bounty Hunter (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Voice in the Night (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Band of Evil (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Final Ransom (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Fatal Dive (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Sins of Thy Father (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Deadline for Dying (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Blood Vengeance (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Stalking Horse (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Eyes of Terror (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Wipeout (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Dangerous Gambit (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Deadly Reunion (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Shadow of Guilt (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Silent Vendetta (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Hostage (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Lonely Victims (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Dead Heat (1976) - Barnaby Jones
    - Portrait of Evil (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Final Burial (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Taste for Murder (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Blood Relations (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Beware the Dog (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Fatal Witness (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Double Vengeance (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Flight to Danger (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Alpha-Bravo War (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Honeymoon with Death (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Price of Terror (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Orchid Killer (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Theater of Fear (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Deadly Conspiracy: Part 2 (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Bond of Fear (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Jeopardy for Two (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Poisoned Pigeon (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Deadlier Species (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Doomed Alibi (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Fantasy of Fear (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Image of Evil (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Dangerous Summer (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Counterfall (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Murder Once Removed (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - Trap Play (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Last Contract (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Web of Deceit (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Death on Deposit (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Time to Kill (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Dark Homecoming (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Mystery Cycle (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Blueprint for a Caper (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Forfeit by Death (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Odd Man Loses (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Conspiracy of Terror (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Challenge (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Dead Man's Run (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Gathering of Thieves (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Foul Play (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Image in a Cracked Mirror (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Woman in the Shadows (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Dark Legacy (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Rendezvous with Terror (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Friends Till Death (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Gold Record for Murder (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Programmed for Killing (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Platinum Connection (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Deadly Jinx (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Venus as in Flytrap (1974) - Barnaby Jones
    - Secret of the Dunes (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Fatal Flight (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Killing Defense (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Black Art of Dying (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Stand-In for Death (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Deadly Prize (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Divorce - Murderer's Style (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Catch Me If You Can (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Trial Run for Death (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Day of the Viper (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Echo of a Murder (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Death Leap (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Blind Terror (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Twenty Million Alibis (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - A Little Glory, a Little Death (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - To Denise, with Love and Murder (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Murder-Go-Round (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - See Some Evil- Do Some Evil (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Sing a Song of Murder (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Murder in the Doll's House (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Loose Connection (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Perchance to Kill (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - The Murdering Class (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Sunday: Doomsday (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - To Catch a Dead Man (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    - Requiem for a Son (1973) - Barnaby Jones
    1979
    The Paradise Connection (TV Movie) as
    Stuart Douglas
    1978
    The Critical List (TV Movie) as
    Charles Sprague
    1978
    The Bastard (TV Series) as
    Benjamin Edes
    1978
    Leave Yesterday Behind (TV Movie) as
    Doc
    1976
    Smash-Up on Interstate 5 (TV Movie) as
    Al Pearson
    1975
    The Tiny Tree (TV Movie) as
    Squire Badger (Narrator) (voice)
    1975
    Cannon (TV Series) as
    Barnaby Jones
    - The Deadly Conspiracy: Part 1 (1975) - Barnaby Jones
    1973
    The President's Plane Is Missing (TV Movie) as
    Vice President Kermit Madigan
    1973
    Tom Sawyer (TV Movie) as
    Muff Potter
    1973
    The Horror at 37, 000 Feet (TV Movie) as
    Glenn Farlee
    1972
    Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series) as
    Phil Archer / George Austin
    - High Lonesome Country (1972) - Phil Archer
    - What's in It for Mia? (1972) - George Austin
    1972
    The Daughters of Joshua Cabe (TV Movie) as
    Joshua Cabe
    1972
    Night Gallery (TV Series) as
    Doc Soames (segment "The Waiting Room")
    - The Waiting Room/Last Rites for a Dead Druid (1972) - Doc Soames (segment "The Waiting Room")
    1959
    Bonanza (TV Series) as
    Cactus Murphy / Sheriff Jesse Sanders
    - The Saddle Stiff (1972) - Cactus Murphy
    - The Sisters (1959) - Sheriff Jesse Sanders
    1960
    Gunsmoke (TV Series) as
    Drago / Quimby / Hannibal
    - Drago (1971) - Drago
    - All That (1961) - Quimby
    - Old Fool (1960) - Hannibal
    1971
    Hawaii Five-O (TV Series) as
    Professor Ambrose Pierce
    - 3,000 Crooked Miles to Honolulu (1971) - Professor Ambrose Pierce
    1962
    The Beverly Hillbillies (TV Series) as
    Jed Clampett
    - Jethro Returns (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Meet Robert Audubon Getty Crockett (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - Love Finds Jane Hathaway (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly, the Secretary (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly, the Working Girl (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - Lib and Let Lib (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - The Palace of Clampett-San (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - The Teahouse of Jed Clampett (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - Women's Lib (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - The Grun Incident (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - The Girls from Grun (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - The Grunion Invasion (1971) - Jed Clampett
    - The Great Revelation (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Welcome to the Family (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Shorty to the Rescue (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Farm in the Ocean (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - The Frog Family (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Do You, Elly, Take This Frog? (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Doctor, Cure My Frog (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Don't Marry a Frogman (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Mark Templeton Arrives (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Buys the Capitol (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts in Washington (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - The Pollution Solution (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Honesty Is the Best Policy (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Honest John Returns (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Simon Legree Drysdale (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Hotel for Women (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Annul That Marriage (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - The Wedding (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Three-Day Reprieve (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Shorty Spits the Hook (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Marry Me, Shorty (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - What Happened to Shorty? (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampett-Hewes Empire (1970) - Jed Clampett
    - Buzz Bodine, Boy General (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Our Hero the Banker (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Hero (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Shorty Go Home (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Midnight Shorty (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Shorty Kellems Moves West (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Home Again (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Manhattan Hillbillies (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts in New York (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Buys Central Park (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Wedding Plans (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Jane Finds Elly a Man (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Silver Dollar City Fair (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Hills of Home (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Back to the Hills (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Collard Greens An' Fatback (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Jogging Clampetts (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Guru (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Sam Drucker's Visit (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Happy Bank (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Hired Gun (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - The Phantom Fifth Floor (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Clampett Enterprises (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Cousin Roy in Movieland (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro the Flesh Peddler (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Problem Bear (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Drysdale and Friend (1969) - Jed Clampett
    - Christmas in Hooterville (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Week Before Christmas (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Hot Rod Truck (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Courtship of Homer Noodleman (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Thanksgiving Spirit (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Bonnie, Flatt, and Scruggs (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Great Cook-Off (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Italian Cook (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny Goes to Hooterville (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Ghost of Clampett Castle (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Coming Through the Rye (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - War of the Roses (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Something for the Queen (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - A Bundle for Britain (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Cousin Roy (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - From Rags to Riches (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Crystal Gazers (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Dog Days (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Soap Opera (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Fiddle Around (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro Proposes (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Great Tag-Team Match (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Rass'lin Clampetts (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Great Snow (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - Topless Anyone? (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Diner (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Housekeeper (1968) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Play Cupid (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Corn Pone Picassos (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Cimarron Drip (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro in the Reserves (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The South Rises Again (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Reserve Program (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro's Military Career (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Social Climbers (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - A Plot for Granny (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Mr. Universe Muscles In (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Army Game (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Greetings from the President (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Robin Hood and the Sheriff (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Robin Hood of Griffith Park (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Clampett Castle (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts in London (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Inherits a Castle (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Little Monster (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Dahlia Feud (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Delovely and Scruggs (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Doctors (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Super Hawg (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - His Royal Highness (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Gypsy's Warning (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Matador (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly Comes Out (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Marriage Machine (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Indians Are Coming (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampett Curse (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny Retires (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Mayor of Bug Tussle (1967) - Jed Clampett
    - The Flying Saucer (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Christmas Present (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Foggy Mountain Soap (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Woodchucks (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Gloria Swanson Story (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny Lives It Up (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Joins the Board (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Clampett Cha Cha Cha (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed in Politics (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Come Back, Little Herbie (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Gorilla (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Badgers Return (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Badger Game (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro Takes Love Lessons (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Soup Contest (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Party Line (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro Goes to College (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny Tonics a Bird-Watcher (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro Gets Engaged (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Bird-Watchers (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro's Pad (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Beautiful Maid (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Folk Singers (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Flatt and Scruggs Return (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Old Folks Home (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Great Jethro (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Brewster's Baby (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - Sonny Drysdale Returns (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Big Chicken (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Cat Burglar (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Buggy (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Trotting Horse (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Richest Woman (1966) - Jed Clampett
    - The Common Cold (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Military School (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Mr. Farquhar Stays On (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Mrs. Drysdale's Father (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Hoe Down A-Go-Go (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Poor Farmer (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - A Real Nice Neighbor (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Courtship of Elly (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Play the Rams (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Possum Parade (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Possum Day (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Private Eye (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Sheik (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - That Old Black Magic (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Admiral Jed Clampett (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Art Center (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed, the Bachelor (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Brewsters Return (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Luke's Boy (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts vs. Automation (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Big Bank Battle (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Cool School Is Out (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Big Daddy, Jed (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed and the Countess (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Flatt, Clampett, and Scruggs (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Brewster's Honeymoon (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Drysdale's Dog Days (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Clampett's Millions (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Double Naught Jethro (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed's Temptation (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny's Romance (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Clampett A-Go-Go (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Dash Riprock, You Cad (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly in the Movies (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - The Movie Starlet (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Clampett General Hospital (1965) - Jed Clampett
    - Start the New Year Right (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Boarder Stays (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Boarder (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Ballet (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Widow Poke Arrives (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Teenage Idol (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Back to Marineland (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed the Heartbreaker (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Doctor Jed Clampett (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Hedda Hopper's Hollywood (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Clampett City General Store (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Clampett City (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Becomes a Movie Mogul (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro's Graduation (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Foils a Home Wrecker (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Cabin in Beverly Hills (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny Learns to Drive (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed, Incorporated (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Continental Touch (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The House of Granny (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Dress Shop (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Great Crawdad Hunt (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Bank Raising (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Another Neighbor (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny Versus the Weather Bureau (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - A Bride for Jed (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Critter Doctor (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Go Fishing (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Son of Lafe Returns (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Lafe Returns (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Race for Queen (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Lafe Lingers On (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Girl from Home (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - The Giant Jackrabbit (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - A Man for Elly (1964) - Jed Clampett
    - Christmas at the Clampetts (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Get Culture (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly Needs a Maw (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Garden Party (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Turkey Day (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Go Hollywood (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Are Overdrawn (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Chickadee Returns (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro's First Love (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampett Look (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly Starts to School (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny's Garden (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Hair-Raising Holiday (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Gets the Misery (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro's Friend (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly Becomes a Secretary (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Psychiatrist Gets Clampetted (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Get Psychoanalyzed (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts in Court (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Entertain (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Duke Becomes a Father (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts and the Dodgers (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Pays His Income Tax (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Granny's Spring Tonic (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Cuts the Family Tree (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - The Family Tree (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Becomes a Banker (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Buys the Freeway (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Duke Steals a Wife (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Plays Solomon (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Throws a Wingding (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly's Animals (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Saves Drysdale's Marriage (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed's Dilemma (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Back to Californy (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Rescues Pearl (1963) - Jed Clampett
    - No Place Like Home (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Home for Christmas (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - The Great Feud (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly Races Jethrine (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Pygmalion and Elly (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Elly's First Date (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Jethro Goes to School (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - The Servants (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Trick or Treat (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Jed Buys Stock (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Meet Mrs. Drysdale (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Meanwhile, Back at the Cabin (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - Getting Settled (1962) - Jed Clampett
    - The Clampetts Strike Oil (1962) - Jed Clampett
    1970
    The Andersonville Trial (TV Movie) as
    Dr. John Bates
    1968
    The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band as
    Calvin Bower
    1964
    Mr. Kingston (TV Movie)
    1964
    Mail Order Bride as
    Will Lane
    1962
    The Interns as
    Dr. Sidney Wohl
    1962
    Checkmate (TV Series) as
    Pete O'Mara
    - Side by Side (1962) - Pete O'Mara
    1962
    Westinghouse Presents: That's Where the Town Is Going (TV Movie) as
    George Prebble
    1960
    Tales of Wells Fargo (TV Series) as
    Lou Reese / Daniel J. Ferguson
    - To Kill a Town (1962) - Lou Reese
    - Dead Man's Street (1960) - Daniel J. Ferguson
    1960
    Rawhide (TV Series) as
    George Stimson / Will Kinch
    - The Pitchwagon (1962) - George Stimson
    - Incident of the Stargazer (1960) - Will Kinch
    1962
    King of Diamonds (TV Series) as
    Anderson
    - King Size Search (1962) - Anderson
    1961
    Adventures in Paradise (TV Series) as
    Ben Curtis
    - One Way Ticket (1961) - Ben Curtis
    1961
    Bus Stop (TV Series) as
    Virge Blessing
    - The Man from Bootstrap (1961) - Virge Blessing
    - Cherie (1961) - Virge Blessing
    1961
    Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series) as
    Bram Holden / Marshal Elmo Crane
    - The Brothers (1961) - Bram Holden
    - El Paso Stage (1961) - Marshal Elmo Crane
    1961
    The Andy Griffith Show (TV Series) as
    David Browne
    - Opie's Hobo Friend (1961) - David Browne
    1961
    Breakfast at Tiffany's as
    Doc Golightly
    1961
    The Barbara Stanwyck Show (TV Series) as
    Dr. Mark Carroll
    - Little Big Mouth (1961) - Dr. Mark Carroll
    1961
    Gunslinger (TV Series) as
    Jed Spangler
    - Golden Circle (1961) - Jed Spangler
    1961
    The Twilight Zone (TV Series) as
    Jimbo Cobb
    - The Prime Mover (1961) - Jimbo Cobb
    1961
    77 Sunset Strip (TV Series) as
    Baxter Kellogg
    - Open and Close in One (1961) - Baxter Kellogg
    1959
    Maverick (TV Series) as
    Nero Lyme / Rumsey Plumb / Sheriff Scratch Madden
    - Last Stop: Oblivion (1961) - Nero Lyme
    - The Maverick Line (1960) - Rumsey Plumb
    - The Cats of Paradise (1959) - Sheriff Scratch Madden
    1961
    The Best of the Post (TV Series) as
    The Trumpet Man
    - The Trumpet Man (1961) - The Trumpet Man
    1960
    Bronco (TV Series) as
    Sergeant Cass
    - Apache Treasure (1960) - Sergeant Cass
    1960
    Riverboat (TV Series) as
    Niles Cox
    - The Water of Gorgeous Springs (1960) - Niles Cox
    1960
    General Electric Theater (TV Series) as
    Pa Jericho
    - The Graduation Dress (1960) - Pa Jericho
    1960
    Johnny Ringo (TV Series) as
    Sample
    - The Killing Bug (1960) - Sample
    1960
    Lock Up (TV Series) as
    Curly Simmons
    - Death and Taxes (1960) - Curly Simmons
    1960
    Black Saddle (TV Series) as
    Gurney Rhodes
    - The Apprentice (1960) - Gurney Rhodes
    1959
    Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Bret Malone
    - The Hanging Judge (1959) - Bret Malone
    1958
    Playhouse 90 (TV Series) as
    Froelich / Phil
    - A Trip to Paradise (1959) - Froelich
    - Free Weekend (1958) - Phil
    1958
    Northwest Passage (TV Series) as
    Sergeant Hunk Marriner / Hunk Marriner
    - The Killers (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Trial by Fire (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Deserter (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Stab in the Back (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Witch (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Ambush (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Fourth Brother (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Death Rides the Wind (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Dead Reckoning (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Secret of the Cliff (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Counterfeiters (1959) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The 'Vulture' (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Vengeance Trail (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Traitor (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Long Rifle (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Assassin (1958) - Hunk Marriner
    - Sorrow Song (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Hostage (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - War Sign (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Court Martial (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Break Out (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Bound Women (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Surprise Attack (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Gunsmith (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - The Red Coat (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    - Fight at the River (1958) - Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    1957
    Climax! (TV Series) as
    Gaffney / Ben
    - Tunnel of Fear (1957) - Gaffney
    - Carnival at Midnight (1957) - Ben
    1957
    Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) as
    Paul
    - The Undesirable (1957) - Paul
    1956
    Strange Stories (TV Series)
    - The House (1956)
    1956
    Between Heaven and Hell as
    Pvt. Willie Crawford
    1956
    Attack as
    Sfc. Tolliver - Fox Co.
    1956
    Screen Directors Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Fred
    - Every Man Has Two Wives (1956) - Fred
    1956
    Studio 57 (TV Series) as
    Ira Farr
    - My Baby Boy (1956) - Ira Farr
    1956
    Corky and White Shadow (TV Series) as
    Sheriff Matthew Brady / Sheriff Matt Brady
    - White Shadow's Secret (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Search (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - Outlaws on the Loose (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Jail Break (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - More Trouble for Corky (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - White Shadow Takes a Hand (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Rattler (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - Corky Gets a Surprise (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - Snitch Finds a Clue (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - Corky Trails the Dude (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Getaway (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Trap (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - White Shadow's Clue (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - White Shadow's Discovery (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Birthday Song (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Birthday Party (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - The Holdup (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady
    - An Introduction (1956) - Sheriff Matt Brady
    1956
    The Mickey Mouse Club (TV Series) as
    Sheriff Matthew Brady / serial 'Corky and White Shadow'
    - Fun With Music Day - When I Grow Up/Mixed-Up Mother Goose - Introduction to serial 'Corky and White Shadow' (1956) - Sheriff Matthew Brady / serial 'Corky and White Shadow'
    1954
    The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
    George Russel
    - Davy Crockett and the River Pirates (1955) - George Russel
    - Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race (1955) - George Russel
    - Davy Crockett at the Alamo (1955) - George Russel
    - Davy Crockett Goes to Congress (1955) - George Russel
    - Davy Crockett: Indian Fighter (1954) - George Russel
    1955
    Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier as
    George Russel
    1955
    The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater (TV Series) as
    Mike Applegate
    - The Suspicious Husband (1955) - Mike Applegate
    1954
    Night People as
    Sgt. Eddie McColloch
    1954
    Omnibus (TV Series) as
    Pat Humbert (segment "The House")
    - The House (1954) - Pat Humbert (segment "The House")
    1954
    Red Garters as
    Ginger Pete
    1952
    Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series) as
    Rainspout Jones
    - The Pussyfootin' Rocks (1952) - Rainspout Jones
    1952
    Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series) as
    William Magee / Henry Williams / Preston Mitchell / ...
    - Seven Keys to Baldpate (1952) - William Magee
    - The Nervous Wreck (1952) - Henry Williams
    - For Love or Money (1952) - Preston Mitchell
    - Burlesque (1952) - Skid Johnson
    1952
    Curtain Call (TV Series)
    - The House (1952)
    1952
    Gruen Guild Theater (TV Series) as
    The Genie
    - Al Haddon's Lamp (1952) - The Genie
    1952
    Chevron Theatre (TV Series)
    - The Survey Man (1952)
    - The Bacular Clock (1952)
    1952
    Personal Appearance Theater (TV Series) as
    Hugo Beam
    - Adventure of Christopher Cross (1952) - Hugo Beam
    1952
    Hollywood Opening Night (TV Series) as
    Mail Carrier
    - Nor Gloom of Night (1952) - Mail Carrier
    1951
    The Andrew Sisters: Hollywood Music Shop (TV Movie)
    1951
    The Andrews Sisters (TV Movie) as
    Tex
    1951
    Utah Wagon Train as
    Snooper
    1951
    Rodeo King and the Senorita as
    Muscles Benton
    1951
    Stars Over Hollywood (TV Series) as
    Mail Carrier
    - Nor Gloom of Night (1951) - Mail Carrier
    1951
    Thunder in God's Country as
    Deputy Happy Hooper
    1951
    Silver City Bonanza as
    Gabe Horne
    1950
    Under Mexicali Skies as
    Homer Oglethorpe
    1949
    The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre (TV Series)
    - Good-bye to Larry K (1949)
    1942
    Sing Your Worries Away as
    Tommy Jones
    1941
    Parachute Battalion as
    Jeff Hollis
    1941
    They Met in Argentina as
    Duke Ferrel
    1939
    The Wizard of Oz as
    The Tin Man (singing voice, uncredited)
    1939
    The Kid from Texas as
    'Snifty'
    1939
    Four Girls in White as
    Express
    1938
    My Lucky Star as
    Buddy
    1938
    Yellow Jack as
    'Jellybeans'
    1938
    The Girl of the Golden West as
    'Alabama'
    1937
    Broadway Melody of 1938 as
    Peter Trot
    1936
    Banjo on My Knee as
    Buddy
    1936
    Born to Dance as
    'Mush' Tracy
    1936
    Captain January as
    Paul Roberts
    1935
    Broadway Melody of 1936 as
    Ted Burke
    Producer
    1979
    The Paradise Connection (TV Movie) (producer)
    Soundtrack
    2001
    Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (TV Mini Series) (performer: "We're Off to See the Wizard" - uncredited)
    1998
    Quest for Camelot Sing-Alongs (Video short) (performer: "We're Off To See The Wizard")
    1994
    That's Entertainment! III (Documentary) (performer: "Follow in My Footsteps" (1937) - uncredited)
    1987
    Milroy: Santa's Misfit Mutt (Video short) (performer: "Santa's Song")
    1986
    Living Seas (TV Special) (performer: "At the Codfish Ball")
    1977
    The 31st Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) (performer: "I'm Still Here", "September Song")
    1975
    The Tiny Tree (TV Movie) (performer: "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day", "Minuet For Clarinet")
    1974
    That's Entertainment! (Documentary) (performer: "Your Broadway And My Broadway" (1937) - uncredited)
    1974
    Barnaby Jones (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - A Gold Record for Murder (1974) - (performer: "Wind Up" - uncredited)
    1968
    A Family Thing (TV Special) (performer: "Consider Yourself", "The Old Soft Shoe", "What the World Needs Now Is Love")
    1968
    The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band (performer: "Oh, Benjamin Harrison")
    -
    The Beverly Hillbillies (TV Series) (performer - 4 episodes, 1962 - 1966) (lyrics - 1 episode, 1963)
    - Flatt and Scruggs Return (1966) - (performer: "Wreck of the Old 97")
    - The Clampetts Get Culture (1963) - (lyrics: "O My Darling Clementine" - uncredited) / (performer: "O My Darling Clementine" - uncredited)
    - The Clampetts Entertain (1963) - (performer: "Jesse James" - uncredited)
    - Home for Christmas (1962) - (performer: "Jingle Bells", "We Wish You a Merry Christmas")
    1964
    The Danny Kaye Show (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes)
    - Episode #2.15 (1964) - (performer: "Bidin' My Time")
    - Episode #1.23 (1964) - (performer: "Call Me Plain Folk")
    1964
    The Hollywood Palace (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Episode #2.6 (1964) - (performer: "Country Style")
    1956
    Grand Ole Opry (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Episode dated 28 April 1956 (1956) - (performer: "Tea for Two", "Wild Card" - uncredited)
    1955
    MGM Parade (TV Series documentary) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Episode #1.2 (1955) - (performer: "If I Only Had the Nerve/We're Off To See The Wizard" - uncredited)
    1955
    Dateline: Disneyland (TV Special documentary) (performer: "Bang! Went Old Betsy")
    1954
    Red Garters (performer: "Lady Killer")
    1951
    Behave Yourself! (writer: "Behave Yourself!")
    1949
    The Ed Wynn Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Hattie McDaniel, Buddy Ebsen (1949) - (performer: "As Soon as the Roads Get Better")
    1942
    Sing Your Worries Away (performer: "Sing Your Worries Away" (1942), "Cindy Lou McWilliams" (1942), "Sally")
    1941
    Parachute Battalion (performer: "The Arkansas Traveler" - uncredited)
    1941
    They Met in Argentina ("North America Meets South America", "I Congratulate You, Mr Cowboy", uncredited) / (performer: "I Congratulate You, Mr Cowboy", "You've Got the Best of Me", "Lolita", "Cutting the Cane", "Never Go to Argentina If You Don't Dance" - uncredited)
    1939
    The Wizard of Oz (performer: "We're Off To See The Wizard", "If I Only Had the Nerve/We're Off To See The Wizard" - uncredited)
    1939
    The Kid from Texas (performer: "Right in the Middle of Texas" (1939))
    1938
    My Lucky Star (performer: "Could You Pass in Love?", "This May Be the Night", "I've Got a Date with a Dream" - uncredited)
    1938
    The Girl of the Golden West (performer: "The Wind In The Trees" (1938), "The West Ain't Wild Anymore" (1938) - uncredited)
    1937
    Broadway Melody of 1938 (performer: "Yours and Mine" (1937), "Follow in My Footsteps" (1937), "Your Broadway and My Broadway" (1937) - uncredited)
    1936
    Banjo on My Knee (performer: "With a Banjo on My Knee" (1936))
    1936
    Born to Dance (performer: "Rolling Home" (1936) (uncredited), "Hey, Babe, Hey" (1936), "Easy to Love" (1936) (uncredited), "Swingin' the Jinx Away" (1936) (uncredited))
    1936
    Captain January (performer: "At the Codfish Ball" (1936), "The Sailor's Hornpipe" (uncredited))
    1935
    Broadway Melody of 1936 (performer: "Broadway Rhythm" (1935), "Sing Before Breakfast" (1935), "On a Sunday Afternoon" (1935) - uncredited)
    Thanks
    2001
    The Wonderful World of Disney (TV Series) (grateful acknowledgment - 1 episode)
    - Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001) - (grateful acknowledgment)
    Self
    2004
    American Masters (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Actor
    - Judy Garland: By Myself (2004) - Self - Actor (voice)
    2001
    The Wonderful World of Disney (TV Series) as
    Self - Actor
    - Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001) - Self - Actor
    2001
    Memories of Oz (TV Special short documentary) as
    Self
    1995
    Pioneers of Primetime (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1994
    Vicki! (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 8 April 1994 (1994) - Self
    1994
    Late Night with Conan O'Brien (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Al Franken/Buddy Ebsen/Nick Heyward (1994) - Self - Guest
    1993
    The Legend of the Beverly Hillbillies (TV Special documentary) as
    Jed Clampett
    1993
    The Jerry Springer Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Jerry Springer in San Francisco (1993) - Self
    1991
    One on One with John Tesh (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.59 (1991) - Self
    1991
    Maury (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 17 September 1991 (1991) - Self
    1990
    Hard Copy (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Beverly Hillbillies (1990) - Self
    1989
    The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1988
    The 5th Annual American Cinema Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1987
    The Morning Program (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 19 May 1987 (1987) - Self
    1984
    The Disney Family Album (TV Series documentary short) as
    Narrator / Self / George Russel
    - The Storymen (1986) - Narrator (voice)
    - Fess Parker and Buddy Ebsen (1985) - Narrator / Self / George Russel
    - The Milottes and the Beebes (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Marc Davis (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Annette Funicello (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Ollie Johnston (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Golden Horseshoe Revue (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - WED Imagineers (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Voice Actors (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Frank Thomas (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Wolfgang Reitherman (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Peter Ellenshaw and Harrison Ellenshaw (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Eric Larson (1985) - Narrator (voice)
    - Disneyland Designers (1984) - Narrator (voice)
    - Ken Anderson (1984) - Narrator (voice)
    - Milt Kahl (1984) - Narrator (voice)
    - Jimmy MacDonald (1984) - Narrator (voice)
    - Ward Kimball (1984) - Narrator (voice)
    - Clarence "Ducky" Nash (1984) - Narrator
    1985
    All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan (TV Special) as
    Self (uncredited)
    1985
    The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Gene Kelly (TV Special) as
    Self
    1985
    Reading Rainbow (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Paul Bunyan (1985) - Self (voice)
    1984
    53rd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (TV Special) as
    Self
    1984
    The Love Boat Fall Preview Special (TV Special) as
    Self
    1983
    Hardcastle and McCormick (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Killer B's (1983) - Self
    1982
    The 8th Annual People's Choice Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1980
    Kraft Salutes Disneyland's 25th Anniversary (TV Special) as
    Self
    1972
    The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Actor
    - Episode #19.97 (1980) - Self - Actor
    - Episode #17.25 (1977) - Self - Actor
    - Episode #11.197 (1972) - Self - Actor
    1980
    Good Morning America (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 2 January 1980 (1980) - Self
    1979
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 17 December 1979 (1979) - Self
    1979
    The 5th Annual People's Choice Awards (TV Special) as
    Self
    1978
    NBC Salutes the 25th Anniversary of the Wonderful World of Disney (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1978
    CBS: On the Air (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self - Co-Host
    - Episode #1.4 (1978) - Self - Co-Host
    1978
    The People's Command Performance (TV Special) as
    Self - Host
    1977
    CBS Galaxy (TV Special) as
    Self - Guest
    1977
    The 31st Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Host, Presenter & Performer
    1977
    Tattletales (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy & Nancy Ebsen, Lee Meriwether & Jim Gruzalski, Mark Shera & Barbara Deutsch (1977) - Self
    1976
    Dinah! (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.102 (1976) - Self
    1975
    The 29th Annual Tony Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    1975
    At Long Last Cole (TV Special) as
    Self
    1975
    Tony Orlando and Dawn (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy Ebsen/Kate Smith (1975) - Self
    1975
    The Carol Burnett Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy Ebsen and Wayne Rogers (1975) - Self
    1975
    The Mac Davis Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.9 (1975) - Self
    1974
    ABC Late Night (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - That's Entertainment: 50 Years of MGM (1974) - Self
    1973
    Walt Disney: A Golden Anniversary Salute (TV Special) as
    Self
    1971
    This Is Your Life (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Irene Ryan (1971) - Self
    1971
    The Lee Phillip Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy Ebsen (1971) - Self
    1970
    The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy Ebsen, Don Grady, Jeannine Burnier, Adela Rogers St. John, Bubba Smith (1970) - Self
    1967
    The Dean Martin Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #5.21 (1970) - Self
    - Episode #4.1 (1968) - Self
    - Episode #3.10 (1967) - Self
    1969
    Jimmy Durante Presents the Lennon Sisters (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy Ebsen, Martha Raye, Bobby Goldsboro (1969) - Self
    1969
    What's It All About, World? (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.4 (1969) - Self
    1968
    A Family Thing (TV Special) as
    Self
    1968
    The Jonathan Winters Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Al Hirt, Buddy Ebsen, Susan Barrett (1968) - Self
    - Tony Bennett, Buddy Ebsen, Aretha Franklin (1968) - Self
    1967
    Pat Boone in Hollywood (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Pat Carroll, Buddy Ebsen, Shari Lewis, David Draper, The Four Freshmen (1967) - Self
    1966
    The Dean Martin Summer Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.12 (1966) - Self
    1966
    Hollywood Talent Scouts (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 15 August 1966 (1966) - Self
    1966
    The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series) as
    Self / Jed Clampett
    - Shine On, Harvest Goon (1966) - Self / Jed Clampett
    1964
    The Danny Kaye Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy Ebsen, Clint Eastwood, Fess Parker, Charo (1965) - Self
    - Episode #2.15 (1964) - Self
    - Episode #1.23 (1964) - Self
    1964
    The Hollywood Palace (TV Series) as
    Self / Self - Host
    - Episode #2.16 (1965) - Self
    - Episode #2.6 (1964) - Self - Host
    1965
    The Entertainers (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 2 January 1965 (1965) - Self
    1964
    Hollywood goes to a World Premiere (Short documentary) as
    Self
    1964
    The Purex Dinah Shore Special (TV Special) as
    Self
    1964
    Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #9.38 (1964) - Self
    1963
    The Andy Williams Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.4 (1963) - Self
    1963
    The Bing Crosby Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 7 November 1963 (1963) - Self
    1963
    CBS: The Stars' Address (TV Special) as
    Self
    1963
    The Bob Hope Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Presentation of the TV Guide Awards with guests Martha Raye & Dean Martin (1963) - Self
    1961
    Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.39 (1961) - Self
    1958
    The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Northwest Passage
    - NBC Fall Preview (1958) - Self - Northwest Passage
    1956
    Disneyland, U.S.A. (Documentary short) as
    Self - as George Russel
    1955
    The Mickey Mouse Club (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Guest Star Day: Fess Parker, Buddy Ebsen (1956) - Self
    - Talent Roundup Day - Fess Parker & Buddy Ebsen (1955) - Self
    1956
    Grand Ole Opry (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 28 April 1956 (1956) - Self
    1955
    Dateline: Disneyland (TV Special documentary) as
    Self
    1954
    The Martha Raye Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Buddy Ebsen, Rocky Graziano (1954) - Self
    1951
    All Star Revue (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Host: Danny Thomas; Guests: Kay Starr, Bunny Lewbel, Buddy Ebsen, Pat Patrick (1951) - Self
    1949
    The Ed Wynn Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Hattie McDaniel, Buddy Ebsen (1949) - Self
    1939
    Houston Post Contest Winners Arrive in Los Angeles (Short) as
    Self
    1939
    Hollywood Hobbies (Short) as
    Self (uncredited)
    Archive Footage
    2021
    History of the Sitcom (TV Series documentary) as
    Jed Clempett
    - Movin' on Up (2021) - Jed Clempett
    2014
    The Sixties (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Jed Clampett
    - When Television Came of Age (2014) - Jed Clampett (uncredited)
    2011
    Family Band: The Cowsills Story (Documentary) as
    Self
    2011
    Pioneers of Television (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Westerns (2011) - Self
    2009
    To Oz! The Making of a Classic (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2009
    The Yellow Brick Road and Beyond (Video documentary) as
    Self
    2009
    TV Land Moguls (TV Mini Series documentary) as
    Self
    - The 60's (2009) - Self
    2006
    CMT: The Greatest - 20 Greatest Country Comedy Shows (TV Special) as
    Jed Clampett
    1994
    Biography (TV Series documentary) as
    Self / George Russel in 'Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier'
    - Buddy Ebsen (2005) - Self
    - Sonja Henie: Fire on Ice (1997) - Self
    - Davy Crockett: American Frontier Legend (1994) - George Russel in 'Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier'
    2005
    Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years (Documentary short) as
    Self (uncredited)
    2004
    The 76th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Memorial Tribute
    2004
    10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - In Memoriam
    2004
    Hit Celebrity TV Commercials (TV Movie) as
    Jed Clampett - for Kellogg's Cereals
    2003
    'Weird Al' Yankovic: The Ultimate Video Collection (Video) as
    Jed Clampett (Beverly Hillbillies) (uncredited)
    2001
    E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - The Beverly Hillbillies (2001) - Self
    1999
    Television: The First Fifty Years (Video documentary) as
    Jed Clampett
    1996
    'Weird Al' Yankovic: The Videos (Video) as
    Jed Clampett (Beverly Hillbillies)
    1996
    Bad Hair Day: The Videos (Video short) as
    Jed Clampett (Beverly Hillbillies) (uncredited)
    1994
    That's Entertainment! III (Documentary) as
    Performer in Clip from 'Broadway Melody of 1938' (uncredited)
    1993
    Audrey Hepburn Remembered (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1990
    The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1987
    James Stewart: A Wonderful Life - Hosted by Johnny Carson (TV Movie) as
    'Mush' Tracy (clip from Born to Dance (1936))
    1986
    Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (Video short) as
    George Russell
    1985
    That's Dancing! (Documentary) as
    Archival footage from 'Born to Dance'
    1978
    The Carol Burnett Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - A Special Evening with Carol Burnett (1978) - Self
    1974
    Fred Astaire Salutes the Fox Musicals (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1974
    That's Entertainment! (Documentary) as
    Clip from 'Broadway Melody of 1938'
    1972
    The Dick Cavett Show (TV Series) as
    Paul Roberts from film CAPTAIN JANUARY
    - Episode dated 5 May 1972 (1972) - Paul Roberts from film CAPTAIN JANUARY
    1972
    The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
    Calvin Bower
    - The Family Band: Part 2 (1972) - Calvin Bower
    - The Family Band: Part 1 (1972) - Calvin Bower
    1961
    Fury River as
    Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    1960
    Mission of Danger as
    Hunk Marriner
    1959
    Frontier Rangers as
    Sergeant Hunk Marriner
    1956
    Davy Crockett and the River Pirates as
    George Russel

    References

    Buddy Ebsen Wikipedia