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Full Name
  
Harry Bratsberg

Height
  
1.63 m

Nationality
  
American

Role
  
Actor

Resting place
  
Cremated

Name
  
Harry Morgan

Cause of death
  
Pneumonia

Alma mater
  

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Born
  
April 10, 1915 (
1915-04-10
)
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.

Occupation
  
Actor, director, writer

Died
  
December 7, 2011, Los Angeles, California, United States

Spouse
  
Barbara Bushman (m. 1986–2011), Eileen Detchon (m. 1940–1985)

Children
  
Christopher Morgan, Charles Morgan, Daniel Morgan, Paul Morgan

Movies and TV shows
  
Similar People
  
Loretta Swit, Alan Alda, Jamie Farr, Wayne Rogers, Mike Farrell

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Harry Morgan (born Harry Bratsberg, April 10, 1915 – December 7, 2011) was an American actor and director whose television and film career spanned six decades. Morgan's major roles included Pete Porter in both December Bride (1954–1959) and Pete and Gladys (1960–1962); Officer Bill Gannon on Dragnet (1967–1970); Amos Coogan on Hec Ramsey (1972–1974); and his starring role as Colonel Sherman T. Potter in M*A*S*M*A*S*H (1975–1983) and AfterMASH (1983–1984). Morgan appeared in more than 100 films.

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Early life and career

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Morgan was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1915, the son of Hannah and Henry Bratsberg, who were of Swedish and Norwegian ancestry. In his interview with the Archive of American Television, Morgan spelled his Norwegian family surname as "Bratsberg". Many sources, however, including some family records, list the spelling as "Bratsburg". According to one source, when Morgan's father Henry registered at junior high school, "the registrar spelled it Bratsburg instead of Bratsberg. Bashful Henry did not demur."

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Morgan was raised in Muskegon, Michigan, and graduated from Muskegon High School in 1933, where he achieved distinction as a statewide debating champion. He originally aspired to a J.D. degree, but began acting while a junior at the University of Chicago in 1935.

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He began acting on stage under his birth name, in 1937, joining the Group Theatre in New York City formed by Harold Clurman, Cheryl Crawford, and Lee Strasberg in 1931. He appeared in the original production of the Clifford Odets play Golden Boy, followed by a host of successful Broadway roles alongside such other Group members as Lee J. Cobb, Elia Kazan, Sanford Meisner, and Karl Malden. Morgan also did summer stock at the Pine Brook Country Club located in the countryside of Nichols, Connecticut. In 1964, he directed the Alfred Hitchcock Hour episode, "Who needs an enemy?". [1]

Film work

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Morgan made his screen debut (originally using the name "Henry Morgan") in the 1942 movie To the Shores of Tripoli. His screen name later became "Henry 'Harry' Morgan" and eventually Harry Morgan, to avoid confusion with the popular humorist of the same name.

In the same year, Morgan appeared in the movie Orchestra Wives as a young man pushing his way to the front of a ballroom crowd with his date to hear Glenn Miller's band play. A few years later, still credited as Henry Morgan, he was cast in the role of pianist Chummy MacGregor in the 1954 biopic The Glenn Miller Story.

Morgan continued to play a number of significant roles on the big screen in such films as The Ox-Bow Incident (1943), Wing and a Prayer (1944), Dragonwyck (1946), The Big Clock (1948), High Noon (1952), and several films in the 1950s for director Anthony Mann, including Bend of the River (1952), Thunder Bay (1953), The Glenn Miller Story (1954), The Far Country (1955), and Strategic Air Command (1955). In his later film career, he appeared in Inherit the Wind (1960), How the West Was Won (1962) (as Ulysses S. Grant), John Goldfarb, Please Come Home (1965), Frankie and Johnny (1966), The Flim Flam Man (1967), Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969), Support Your Local Gunfighter! (1971), Snowball Express (1972), The Shootist (1976), The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979), and as Captain Gannon in the film version of Dragnet (1987) with Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks.

Radio and television

Morgan hosted the NBC radio series Mystery in the Air starring Peter Lorre in 1947. On CBS, he played Pete Porter in Pete and Gladys (1960–1962), with Cara Williams as wife Gladys. Pete and Gladys was a spin-off of December Bride (1954–1959), starring Spring Byington, a show in which Morgan had a popular recurring role. In 1950, Morgan appeared as an obtrusive, alcohol-addled hotel clerk in the Dragnet radio episode "The Big Boys".

1960s: Dragnet and other roles

After Pete and Gladys ended production, Morgan guest-starred in the role of Al Everett in the 1962 episode "Like My Own Brother" on Gene Kelly's ABC drama series, Going My Way, loosely based on the 1944 Bing Crosby film of the same name. That same year, he played the mobster Bugs Moran in an episode of ABC's The Untouchables, with Robert Stack. In 1963, he was cast as Sheriff Ernie Backwater on Richard Boone's Have Gun - Will Travel Western series on CBS.

In the 1964–1965 season, Morgan co-starred as Seldom Jackson in the 26-week NBC comedy/drama Kentucky Jones, starring Dennis Weaver, formerly of Gunsmoke.

Morgan is even more widely recognized as Officer Bill Gannon, Joe Friday's partner in the revived version of Dragnet (1967–1970).

Morgan had also appeared with Dragnet star Jack Webb in two film noir movies, Dark City (1950) and Appointment with Danger (1951), and was an early regular member of Jack Webb's stock company of actors on the original Dragnet radio show. Morgan later worked on two other shows for Webb: 1971's The D.A. and the 1972–1974 Western series, Hec Ramsey. Morgan also appeared in at least one episode of Gunsmoke.

1970s: M*A*S*H

Morgan's first appearance on M*A*S*H was in the show's third season (1974–1975), when he played eccentric Major General Bartford Hamilton Steele in "The General Flipped at Dawn", which first aired on September 10, 1974.

The following season, Morgan joined the cast of M*A*S*H as Colonel Sherman T. Potter. A fan of the sitcom, Morgan replaced McLean Stevenson, who left the show at the end of the previous season. Unlike Stevenson's character Henry Blake, Potter was a career Army officer who was a firm yet good-humored, caring father figure to those under his command.

In 1980, Morgan won an Emmy award for his performance on M*A*S*H. When asked if he was a better actor after working with the show's talented cast, Morgan responded, "I don't know about that, but it's made me a better human being." After the end of the series, Morgan reprised the Potter role in a short-lived spinoff series, AfterMASH.

Morgan also appeared in several Disney movies throughout the decade, including The Barefoot Executive, Snowball Express, Charley and the Angel, The Apple Dumpling Gang, The Cat from Outer Space (opposite McLean Stevenson) and The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again.

Later years

In 1986, he co-starred with Hal Linden in Blacke's Magic, a show about a magician who doubled as a detective solving unusual crimes. The series lasted only one season. Morgan's character, Leonard Blacke, was a semiretired con artist.

In 1987, Morgan reprised his Bill Gannon character, now a captain, for a supporting role in another film version of Dragnet, a parody and homage to the original series written by and starring Dan Aykroyd and costarring Tom Hanks and Christopher Plummer.

In the 1990s, Morgan starred alongside Walter Matthau in a series of television movies for CBS as Stoddard Bell, a judge who is an acquaintance/nemesis/partner of Matthau's Harmon Cobb, an attorney (The Incident; Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore (TV 1992), and Incident in a Small Town (1994 TV)). He also lent his voice to an episode of The Simpsons from season seven, where he once again played Bill Gannon; in the episode "Mother Simpson", Gannon and Joe Friday (voiced by Harry Shearer) are FBI agents trying to track down Homer's mother, who is a fugitive from justice.

Morgan also had a recurring role on 3rd Rock from the Sun as Professor Suter, a colleague of Dick Solomon's. Morgan directed episodes for several TV series, including two episodes of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, two episodes of Hec Ramsey, one episode of Adam-12, and eight episodes of M*A*S*H. Morgan had a guest role on The Jeff Foxworthy Show as Raymond and a guest role on Grace Under Fire as Jean's pot-smoking boyfriend.

In 2006, Morgan was inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

Personal life

Morgan's first marriage was to Eileen Detchon from 1940 until her death in 1985. During Morgan's time on M*A*S*H, a photograph of Detchon regularly appeared on the desk of his character. A drawing of a horse, seen on the wall behind Potter's desk, was drawn by Morgan's grandson, Jeremy Morgan. In addition, Eileen was the name of the wife of Officer Bill Gannon on Dragnet. Morgan had four sons with his first wife: Christopher, Charles, Paul, and Daniel (who died in 1989).

He then married Barbara Bushman Quine (granddaughter of silent film star Francis X. Bushman) on December 17, 1986. The marriage lasted until his death. In July 1997, Morgan was charged with abusing his wife a year earlier, after a beating left her with injuries to her eye, foot, and arm. Prosecutors dropped the charges after the 82-year-old actor completed a six-month domestic violence counseling program.

Morgan had two siblings, Marguerite and Arnold (both deceased).

Morgan was close friends with bandleader Glenn Miller, whom he met while filming Orchestra Wives in 1942, until Miller's death two years later. Morgan was later cast in the 1954 movie about his friend, The Glenn Miller Story, playing Chummy MacGregor. Morgan's son led the Glenn Miller Orchestra for some years.

Death

Morgan died peacefully in his sleep at 3:00 am in Los Angeles, on December 7, 2011, at the age of 96. His son, Charles, said he recently had been treated for pneumonia. His body was cremated and his remains were given to his family.

Following Morgan's death, Mike Farrell, who played B.J. Hunnicutt opposite Morgan in M*A*S*H, released a statement:

He was a wonderful man, a fabulous actor and a dear and close friend since the first day we worked together. As Alan [Alda] said, he did not have an unadorable bone in his body... He was a treasure as a person, an imp at times, and always a true professional. He had worked with the greats and never saw himself as one of them. But he was... He was the rock everyone depended on and yet he could cut up like a kid when the situation warranted it. He was the apotheosis, the finest example of what people call a ‘character actor’. What he brought to the work made everyone better. He made those who are thought of as ‘stars’ shine even more brightly... The love and admiration we all felt for him were returned tenfold in many, many ways. And the greatest and most selfless tribute to the experience we enjoyed was paid by Harry at the press conference when our show ended. He remarked that someone had asked him if working on M*A*S*H had made him a better actor. He responded by saying, 'I don’t know about that, but it made me a better human being.' It’s hard to imagine a better one.

Filmography

Actor
1999
Love & Money (TV Series) as
Fletcher Conklin
- Career Daze (1999) - Fletcher Conklin
1999
Crosswalk (Short) as
Dr. Chandler
1997
Family Plan as
Sol Rubins
1996
3rd Rock from the Sun (TV Series) as
Professor Suter
- Sensitive Dick (1997) - Professor Suter
- Much Ado About Dick (1996) - Professor Suter
- Selfish Dick (1996) - Professor Suter
1996
Grace Under Fire (TV Series) as
George
- Head Games (1996) - George
1995
The Simpsons (TV Series) as
Bill Gannon
- Mother Simpson (1995) - Bill Gannon (voice)
1995
The Jeff Foxworthy Show (TV Series) as
Raymond
- Jeff & Ray & Racal's Big Adventure (1995) - Raymond
1994
Incident in a Small Town (TV Movie) as
Judge Bell
1992
Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore (TV Movie) as
Judge Stoddard Bell
1990
The Incident (TV Movie) as
Judge Bell
1988
The Twilight Zone (TV Series) as
Edgar Witherspoon
- The Curious Case of Edgar Witherspoon (1988) - Edgar Witherspoon
1987
You Can't Take It with You (TV Series) as
Martin Vanderhof
- For Whom the Phone Rings (1988) - Martin Vanderhof
- The Trial of Martin Vanderhof (1987) - Martin Vanderhof
- Like Mother, Like Son (1987) - Martin Vanderhof
- Episode #1.10 (1987) - Martin Vanderhof
1988
14 Going on 30 (TV Movie) as
Uncle Herb
1987
Dragnet as
Gannon
1987
Murder, She Wrote (TV Series) as
Retired Lt. Richard Webb
- The Days Dwindle Down (1987) - Retired Lt. Richard Webb
1986
Blacke's Magic (TV Series) as
Leonard Blacke
- Wax Poetic (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- It's a Jungle Out There (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- A Friendly Game of Showdown (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Last Flight from Moscow (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Forced Landing (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Address Unknown (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Prisioner of Paradise (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Vanishing Act (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Death Goes to the Movies (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- The Revenge of the Esperanza (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Knave of Diamonds, Ace of Hearts (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Ten Tons of Trouble (1986) - Leonard Blacke
- Breathing Room (Pilot) (1986) - Leonard Blacke
1978
The Love Boat (TV Series) as
Charly Fields / Professor Milo Endler / Wendel Snead
- The German Cruise: The Villa/The Racer's Edge/Love or Money/The Accident: Part 2 (1985) - Charly Fields
- The German Cruise: The Villa/The Racer's Edge/Love or Money/The Accident: Part 1 (1985) - Charly Fields
- The Expedition/Julie's Wedding/The Mongala/Julie's Replacement/The Three R's/The Professor's Wife: Part 2 (1981) - Professor Milo Endler
- The Expedition/Julie's Wedding/The Mongala/Julie's Replacement/The Three R's/The Professor's Wife: Part 1 (1981) - Professor Milo Endler
- Taking Sides/Going by the Book/A Friendly Little Game (1978) - Wendel Snead
1983
AfterMASH (TV Series) as
Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Saturday's Heroes (1985) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Wet Feet (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Ward Is Hell (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- The Recovery Room (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Madness to His Method (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Trials (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Strangers and Other Lovers (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Calling Doctor Habibi (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Less Miserables (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Up and Down Payments (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- By the Book (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Fever Pitch (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Another Saturday Night (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Odds and Ends (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- It Had to Be You (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Yours Truly, Max Klinger (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- C.Y.A. (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Chief of Staff (1984) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- All About Christmas Eve (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Bladder Day Saints (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Fallout (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Thanksgiving of '53 (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Sunday, Cruddy Sunday (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Little Broadcast of '53 (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Shall We Dance (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Night Shift (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Staph Inspection (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Snap, Crackle, Plop (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- Klinger vs. Klinger (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
- September of '53/Together Again (1983) - Dr. Sherman T. Potter
1983
Sparkling Cyanide (TV Movie) as
Captain Kemp
1974
M*A*S*H (TV Series) as
Col. Sherman T. Potter / Maj. Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele
- Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen (1983) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- As Time Goes By (1983) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Give and Take (1983) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Friends and Enemies (1983) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Say No More (1983) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Strange Bedfellows (1983) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- U.N., the Night and the Music (1983) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Run for the Money (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Moon Is Not Blue (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Settling Debts (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Bombshells (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Who Knew? (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Joker Is Wild (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Foreign Affairs (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Trick or Treatment (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hey, Look Me Over (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- That Darn Kid (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Picture This (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Sons and Bowlers (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Heroes (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Promotion Commotion (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Where There's a Will, There's a War (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Pressure Points (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Tooth Shall Set You Free (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- A Holy Mess (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Blood and Guts (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Birthday Girls (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead (1982) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- 'Twas the Day After Christmas (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Snappier Judgement (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Snap Judgement (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Communication Breakdown (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Wheelers and Dealers (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Give 'Em Hell, Hawkeye (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Rumor at the Top (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Identity Crisis (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- That's Show Biz (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Life You Save (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Foresight Saga (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Blood Brothers (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Bless You Hawkeye (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Red/White Blues (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Bottoms Up (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Oh, How We Danced (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- No Laughing Matter (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Depressing News (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- No Sweat (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Operation Friendship (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Taking the Fifth (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Tell It to the Marines (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Your Retention Please (1981) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- A War for All Seasons (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Death Takes a Holiday (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Father's Day (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Cementing Relationships (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Letters (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Best of Enemies (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- April Fools (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Back Pay (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- War Co-Respondent (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dreams (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Goodbye, Cruel World (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Lend a Hand (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Morale Victory (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Old Soldiers (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Heal Thyself (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Bottle Fatigue (1980) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Yessir, That's Our Baby (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Stars and Stripes (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Captain's Outrageous (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dear Uncle Abdul (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Life Time (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Yalu Brick Road (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Mr. and Mrs. Who? (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Private Finance (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Nurse Doctor (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Period of Adjustment (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Good-Bye Radar: Part 2 (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Good-Bye Radar: Part 1 (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Guerilla My Dreams (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Are You Now, Margaret? (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Too Many Cooks (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Party (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Ain't Love Grand (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- A Night at Rosie's (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Preventative Medicine (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Rally 'Round the Flagg, Boys (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- C*A*V*E (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hot Lips Is Back in Town (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Young and the Restless (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Price (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Inga (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- B. J. Papa San (1979) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dear Sis (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- An Eye for a Tooth (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Out of Gas (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dear Comrade (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Point of View (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Baby, It's Cold Outside (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Major Ego (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- They Call the Wind Korea (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- None Like It Hot (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Billfold Syndrome (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Our Finest Hour (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Lil (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Peace on Us (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Commander Pierce (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Major Topper (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dr. Winchester and Mr. Hyde (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Potter's Retirement (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Temporary Duty (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Mail Call Three (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- What's Up, Doc? (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Your Hit Parade (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Tea and Empathy (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Patent 4077 (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Smell of Music (1978) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Merchant of Korea (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Comrades in Arms: Part 2 (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Comrades in Arms: Part 1 (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Grim Reaper (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The M*A*S*H Olympics (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Images (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Change Day (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- In Love and War (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Light That Failed (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Winchester Tapes (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- War of Nerves (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Last Laugh (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Fallen Idol (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Fade Out, Fade In (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Margaret's Marriage (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Post Op (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Souvenirs (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Movie Tonight (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The General's Practitioner (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hepatitis (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hanky Panky (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- End Run (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Ping Pong (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- 38 Across (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Most Unforgettable Characters (1977) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hawk's Nightmare (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Exorcism (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Colonel's Horse (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hawkeye Get Your Gun (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Korean Surgeon (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Mulcahy's War (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dear Sigmund (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Nurses (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Lt. Radar O'Reilly (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Out of Sight, Out of Mind (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Margaret's Engagement (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Bug Out (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Interview (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Deluge (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The More I See You (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Smilin' Jack (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Novocaine Mutiny (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Some 38th Parallels (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hawkeye (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter (credit only)
- Der Tag (1976) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dear Ma (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Price of Tomato Juice (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Mail Call, Again (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Gun (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Soldier of the Month (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Of Moose and Men (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dear Peggy (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Kids (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Dear Mildred (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Bus (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Hey, Doc (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The Late Captain Pierce (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- It Happened One Night (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Change of Command (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- Welcome to Korea (1975) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- The General Flipped at Dawn (1974) - Maj. Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele
1982
The Flight of Dragons (Video) as
Carolinus (voice)
1981
Rivkin: Bounty Hunter (TV Movie) as
Father Kolodny
1980
More Wild Wild West (TV Movie) as
Robert T. 'Skinny' Malone
1980
Scout's Honor (TV Movie) as
Mr. Briggs
1980
Roughnecks (TV Movie) as
Plug Champion
1979
Better Late Than Never (TV Movie) as
Mr. Scott
1979
The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again as
Major Gaskill
1979
You Can't Take It with You (TV Movie) as
Mr. DePinna
1979
The Wild Wild West Revisited (TV Movie) as
Robert T. Malone
1979
Backstairs at the White House (TV Mini Series) as
President Harry S. Truman
- Episode #1.4 (1979) - President Harry S. Truman
- Episode #1.3 (1979) - President Harry S. Truman (credit only)
- Episode #1.2 (1979) - President Harry S. Truman (credit only)
- Episode #1.1 (1979) - President Harry S. Truman (credit only)
1979
Roots: The Next Generations (TV Mini Series) as
Bob Campbell
- Part II (1896-1897) (1979) - Bob Campbell
1978
The Cat from Outer Space as
General Stilton
1978
Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid (TV Movie) as
Hugo Peavey
1978
The Bastard (TV Series) as
Capt. Caleb
- Part 1 (1978) - Capt. Caleb
1978
Murder at the Mardi Gras (TV Movie) as
Jim Bob Jackson
1978
Maneaters Are Loose! (TV Movie) as
Toby Waites
1978
Confessions of the D.A. Man (TV Movie) as
H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
1977
McLaren's Riders (TV Movie) as
Sheriff Bill Willet
1977
The Magnificent Magical Magnet of Santa Mesa (TV Movie) as
J.J. Strange
1977
Exo-Man (TV Movie) as
Arthur Travis
1976
The Shootist as
Marshall Thibido
1975
The Apple Dumpling Gang as
Homer McCoy
1975
The Last Day (TV Movie) as
Narrator
1970
Gunsmoke (TV Series) as
Jed Hockett / John Milligan / Osgood Pickett
- Brides and Grooms (1975) - Jed Hockett
- The Wiving (1974) - Jed Hockett
- Milligan (1972) - John Milligan
- The Witness (1970) - Osgood Pickett
1972
Hec Ramsey (TV Series) as
Doc Amos B. Coogan
- Only Birds and Fools (1974) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
- Scar Tissue (1974) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
- Dead Heat (1974) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
- The Detroit Connection (1973) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
- A Hard Road to Vengeance (1973) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
- The Mystery of Chalk Hill (1973) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
- Hangman's Wages (1972) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
- The Century Turns (1972) - Doc Amos B. Coogan
1974
Sidekicks (TV Movie) as
Sheriff Jenkins
1973
Charley and the Angel as
The Angel formerly Roy Zerney
1973
The Mouse Factory (TV Series) as
Harry Morgan
- Trains (1973) - Harry Morgan
1972
Snowball Express as
Jesse McCord
1970
The Partridge Family (TV Series) as
Cal / Willie Larkin
- All's War in Love and Fairs (1972) - Cal
- The Sound of Money (1970) - Willie Larkin
1972
Night Gallery (TV Series) as
Thaddeus Conway (segment "The Late Mr. Peddington")
- Lindemann's Catch/A Feast of Blood/The Late Mr. Peddington (1972) - Thaddeus Conway (segment "The Late Mr. Peddington")
1971
The D.A. (TV Series) as
H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
- The People vs. Walsh (1971) - H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
- The People vs. Nelson (1971) - H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
- The People vs. Slovik (1971) - H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
- The People vs. Edwards (1971) - H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
- The People vs. Saydo (1971) - H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
- The People vs. Drake (1971) - H.M. 'Staff' Stafford
1971
Ellery Queen: Don't Look Behind You (TV Movie) as
Inspector Richard Queen
1971
Cat Ballou (TV Movie) as
The Rancher
1971
Scandalous John as
Sheriff Pippin
1971
Support Your Local Gunfighter as
Taylor
1971
The Barefoot Executive as
E.J. Crampton
1971
The Feminist and the Fuzz (TV Movie) as
Dr. Horace Bowers
1970
But I Don't Want to Get Married! (TV Movie) as
Mr. Good
1970
Love, American Style (TV Series) as
Woody (segment "Love and the Motel")
- Love and the Father/Love and the Motel (1970) - Woody (segment "Love and the Motel")
1967
Dragnet 1967 (TV Series) as
Officer Bill Gannon
- D.H.Q.: The Victims (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Burglary: Baseball (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Robbery: The Harassing Wife (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- I.A.D.: The Receipt (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- D.H.Q.: Night School (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Forgery: The Ranger (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Missing Persons: The Body (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Auto Theft: Dog-Nappers (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Narco: Pill Maker (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- A.I.D.: The Weekend (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Burglary: The Son (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Homicide: Who Killed Who? (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Burglary: Helpful Woman (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Narco: Missing Hypo (1970) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Bunco: $9,000 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Burglary Auto: Juvenile Genius (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Internal Affairs: Parolee (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Burglary Auto: Courtroom (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- D.H.Q.: Missing Person (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Homicide: Cigarette Butt (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Juvenile: The Little Pusher (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Burglary: Mister (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- D.H.Q.: Medical (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- S.I.U.: The Ring (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Homicide: The Student (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Personnel: The Shooting (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Intelligence: DR-34 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Frauds: DR-36 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Juvenile: DR-35 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Juvenile: DR-32 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Forgery: DR-33 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Vice: DR-30 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Burglary: DR-31 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Juvenile Division: DR-19 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Frauds: DR-28 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Joy Riders (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Administrative Vice: DR-29 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Narcotics: DR-21 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- B.O.D.: DR-27 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Homicide: DR-22 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Community Relations: DR-17 (1969) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Internal Affairs: DR-20 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Narcotics: DR-16 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Public Affairs: DR-14 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Training: DR-18 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Public Affairs: DR-12 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Robbery: DR-15 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Homicide: DR-06 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Police Commission: DR-13 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Management Services: DR-11 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Community Relations: DR-10 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Juvenile: DR-05 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- Public Affairs: DR-07 (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Problem (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Gambler (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Investigation (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Departure (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Suicide Attempt (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Squeeze (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Little Victim (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Clan (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Starlet (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Amateur (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Prophet (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Search (1968) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Shipment (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Christmas Story (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Trial Board (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Phony Police Racket (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Pyramid Swindle (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Dog (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Missing Realtor (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Ad (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big High (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Senior Citizen (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Frustration (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Neighbor (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Bank Jobs (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Badge Racket (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Shooting Board (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Grenade (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Bullet (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Kids (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Gun (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Subscription Racket (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Bookie (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Hit-and-Run Driver (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Shooting (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Jade Story (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Fur Job (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Candy Store Robberies (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Hammer (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Bank Examiner Swindle (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Masked Bandits (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Interrogation (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Kidnapping (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The Big Explosion (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
- The LSD Story (1967) - Officer Bill Gannon
1969
Viva Max as
Chief of Police Sylvester
1969
Support Your Local Sheriff! as
Olly Perkins
1969
Dragnet 1966 (TV Movie) as
Officer Bill Gannon
1968
Star Spangled Salesman (Documentary short) as
TV Cop
1967
The Flim-Flam Man as
Sheriff Slade
1966
Kelly's Kingdom (TV Movie)
1966
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? as
Maj. Pott
1966
Frankie and Johnny as
Cully
1965
Dr. Kildare (TV Series) as
Francis X. Healy
- Going Home (1965) - Francis X. Healy
- The Tent Dwellers (1965) - Francis X. Healy
- A Gift of Love (1965) - Francis X. Healy
1965
The Wackiest Ship in the Army (TV Series)
- The Lady and the Luluai (1965)
1964
Kentucky Jones (TV Series) as
Seldom Jackson
- The Victim (1965) - Seldom Jackson
- Feminine Intrusion (1965) - Seldom Jackson
- The Return of Wong Lee (1965) - Seldom Jackson
- The Big Shot (1965) - Seldom Jackson
- The Dread Disease (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- The Sour Note (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- Wildcat Soup (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- Ike's Song (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- Pony Boy (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- Mail Order Bride (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- Spare the Rod (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- First Day (1964) - Seldom Jackson
- Hello, Ike (1964) - Seldom Jackson
1965
John Goldfarb, Please Come Home! as
Secretary of State Deems Sarajevo
1963
The Richard Boone Show (TV Series) as
Senator Clements / Robert Logan / Bjornsson / ...
- A Need of Valor (1964) - Robert Logan
- All the Blood of Yesterday (1964) - Bjornsson
- The Arena: Part 2 (1964) - Senator Clements
- The Arena: Part 1 (1964) - Senator Clements
- Run, Pony, Run (1964) - Eddie
- Occupational Hazard (1964) - (credit only)
- A Tough Man to Kill (1964) - Sig Caleb
- Death Before Dishonor (1964) - (credit only)
- First Sermon (1964) - Sergeant Proser
- Welcome Home, Dan (1964) - (credit only)
- The Hooligan (1964) - Luke
- The Mafia Man (1964) - Hit Man
- Where's the Million Dollars? (1963) - Sidney Hagen
- Which Are the Nuts? And Which Are the Bolts? (1963) - First Examiner
- Big Mitch (1963) - Hap Felcher
- Don't Call Me Dirty Names (1963) - Police Detective
- Captain Al Sanchez (1963) - Joe
- The Fling (1963) - Sailor Cowden
- Vote No on 11! (1963) - Hutch
- Sorofino's Treasure (1963) - Dorotea's Father
- The Stranger (1963) - Dr. Philip Lindstrom
- Where Do You Hide an Egg? (1963) - Vinny
- Wall to Wall War (1963) - Walker
- All the Comforts of Home (1963) - Cody Wilson
- Statement of Fact (1963) - Deputy P.G. Thayer
1963
The Wall to Wall War (TV Movie)
1963
The Virginian (TV Series) as
Kendall Jones
- Strangers at Sundown (1963) - Kendall Jones
1958
Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series) as
Sheriff Ernie Backwater / Fred Braus
- American Primitive (1963) - Sheriff Ernie Backwater (as 'Henry [Harry] Morgan')
- A Snare for Murder (1958) - Fred Braus
1962
The Untouchables (TV Series) as
George 'Bugs' Moran
- Doublecross (1962) - George 'Bugs' Moran
1962
Going My Way (TV Series) as
Al Everett
- Like My Own Brother (1962) - Al Everett
1962
How the West Was Won as
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant (as Henry {Harry} Morgan)
1962
Ensign O'Toole (TV Series) as
Charlie
- Operation: Mess (1962) - Charlie
1960
Pete and Gladys (TV Series) as
Pete Porter
- Continental Dinner (1962) - Pete Porter
- The Expectant Gardener (1962) - Pete Porter
- The Arrival (1962) - Pete Porter
- The Case of the Gossipy Maid (1962) - Pete Porter
- Step on Me (1962) - Pete Porter
- The Lame Excuse (1962) - Pete Porter
- Go Help Friends (1962) - Pete Porter
- The Top Banana (1962) - Pete Porter
- Pete's Party Dress (1962) - Pete Porter
- Maternity House (1962) - Pete Porter
- Sleepytime Wife (1962) - Pete Porter
- The Chocolate Cake Caper (1962) - Pete Porter
- Office Wife (1962) - Pete Porter
- Never Forget a Friend (1962) - Pete Porter
- Yak, Yak, Yak (1962) - Pete Porter
- The Prize (1962) - Pete Porter
- Will the Real Michele Tabour Please Stand Up? (1962) - Pete Porter
- Follow That Skeleton (1962) - Pete Porter
- Garden Wedding (1962) - Pete Porter
- Who Was That Man? (1962) - Pete Porter
- Pete's Hobby (1962) - Pete Porter
- Hero in the House (1962) - Pete Porter
- Lover Go Away (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Live-In Couple (1961) - Pete Porter
- Christmas Shopping (1961) - Pete Porter
- Sick, Sick, Sick (1961) - Pete Porter
- Three Loves of Gladys (1961) - Pete Porter
- Eyewitness (1961) - Pete Porter
- Down with Togetherness (1961) - Pete Porter
- Uncle Paul's Insurance (1961) - Pete Porter
- Money, Money, Who's Got the Money? (1961) - Pete Porter
- Uncle Paul's New Wife (1961) - Pete Porter
- Second Car (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Hoarder and the Boarder (1961) - Pete Porter
- Fasten Your Seat Belt (1961) - Pete Porter
- Crossed Wires (1961) - Pete Porter
- Gladys Goes to College (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Projectionist (1961) - Pete Porter
- Mannequin Story (1961) - Pete Porter
- Ring-a-Ding-Ding (1961) - Pete Porter
- Pop's Girlfriend (1961) - Pete Porter
- A Study in Gray (1961) - Pete Porter
- Gladys Cooks Pete's Goose (1961) - Pete Porter
- Junior (1961) - Pete Porter
- Peaceful in the Country (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Fur Coat Story (1961) - Pete Porter
- Secretary for a Day (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Orchid Story (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Garage Story (1961) - Pete Porter
- Gladys Opens Pete's Mail (1961) - Pete Porter
- Panhandler (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Six Musketeers (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Great Stone Face (1961) - Pete Porter
- The Insurance Faker (1961) - Pete Porter
- The House Next Door (1961) - Pete Porter
- Cousin Violet (1961) - Pete Porter
- Gladys' Political Campaign (1961) - Pete Porter
- Gladys Rents the House (1961) - Pete Porter
- Misplaced Weekend (1960) - Pete Porter
- No Man Is Japan (1960) - Pete Porter
- Gladys and the Piggy Bank (1960) - Pete Porter
- Pete Takes Up Golf (1960) - Pete Porter
- Bowling Brawl (1960) - Pete Porter
- Camping Out (1960) - Pete Porter
- Pete's Changing Personality (1960) - Pete Porter
- The Goat Story (1960) - Pete Porter
- Oo-La-La (1960) - Pete Porter
- Movie Bug (1960) - Pete Porter
- The Handyman (1960) - Pete Porter
- The Bavarian Wedding Chest (1960) - Pete Porter
- Crime of Passion (1960) - Pete Porter
- For Pete's Sake (1960) - Pete Porter
1960
Cimarron as
Jesse Rickey (as Henry {Harry} Morgan)
1960
The Mountain Road as
Sgt. 'Mike' Michaelson (as Henry 'Harry' Morgan)
1960
Inherit the Wind as
Judge Mel Coffey
1959
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series) as
Hermie Jenkins
- Anniversary Gift (1959) - Hermie Jenkins
1959
It Started with a Kiss as
Charles Meriden (as Henry 'Harry' Morgan)
1954
December Bride (TV Series) as
Pete Porter
- Bald Baby (1959) - Pete Porter
- Lily Helps Twilly (1959) - Pete Porter
- Linda on TV (1959) - Pete Porter
- Lily Goes Fishing (1959) - Pete Porter
- The Texan, Rory Calhoun (1959) - Pete Porter
- Stan Loses His Nerve (1959) - Pete Porter
- Ruth the Brain (1959) - Pete Porter
- Lily Babysits (1959) - Pete Porter
- Lily's Advice Column (1959) - Pete Porter
- The Martian Show (1959) - Pete Porter
- The Scotch Show (1959) - Pete Porter
- The Hi-Fi Show (1959) - Pete Porter
- Lily's Blind Date (1959) - Pete Porter
- Nurse Is Fired (1959) - Pete Porter
- Pete Has a Baby (1959) - Pete Porter
- The Nurse Show (1959) - Pete Porter
- Beat Generation (1959) - Pete Porter
- Child of Nature (1958) - Pete Porter
- Car for Christmas (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Post Office Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Power Saw (1958) - Pete Porter
- Tough Mother-in-Law (1958) - Pete Porter
- Horse Phobia (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Zsa Zsa Gabor Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Hilda Gets Engaged (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Chimp Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Bride's Father-in-Law (1958) - Pete Porter
- Fenwick Arms (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Alaska Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Edgar Bergen Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Matt-Pete Fight (1958) - Pete Porter
- Lily on Boat (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Capistrano Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Wedding Float (1958) - Pete Porter
- Lily's Birthday Dress (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Mickey Rooney Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Aunt Emily (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Gilbert Roland Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Sleep Teaching (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Bouncer Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Ed Wynn Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Army Buddy (1958) - Pete Porter
- Baby Rehearsal (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Fred MacMurray Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Contour Chair (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Muscleman Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Housemother (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Antique (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Parrot Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- The Airplane Show (1958) - Pete Porter
- Hot Meal (1957) - Pete Porter
- Ruth Goes Home to Mother (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Butler Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Other Woman (1957) - Pete Porter
- Matt's Gray Hair (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Microphone Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- Sports Car (1957) - Pete Porter
- Photography Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Golf Lesson (1957) - Pete Porter
- Mean Grandfather (1957) - Pete Porter
- Vallee's Protege (1957) - Pete Porter
- Lily-Hilda Fight (1957) - Pete Porter
- Mountain Climbing (1957) - Pete Porter
- Song Plugging (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Old Man (1957) - Pete Porter
- Do It Yourself (1957) - Pete Porter
- Englishman (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Hobo Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- Kissing Booth (1957) - Pete Porter
- Masquerade Party (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Engagement Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- Duck Hunting (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Piano Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- Mother-in-Law Club (1957) - Pete Porter
- Study Group (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Budget Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- The Homecoming Show (1957) - Pete Porter
- Chicken Farm (1957) - Pete Porter
- Royalty (1957) - Pete Porter
- New Year's Party (1956) - Pete Porter
- Football Hero (1956) - Pete Porter
- Man Town (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Indian Show (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Decorating Show (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Jockey (1956) - Pete Porter
- Lily and the Prowler (1956) - Pete Porter
- Ritzy Neighborhood (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Prize Fighter (1956) - Pete Porter
- House on Blocks (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Marjorie Main Show (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Rory Calhoun Show (1956) - Pete Porter
- Swimming Pool (1956) - Pete Porter
- Lily the Matchmaker (1956) - Pete Porter
- Lily and the Sailor (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Beauty Pageant (1956) - Pete Porter
- Jaywalker (1956) - Pete Porter
- Ruth's Haircut (1956) - Pete Porter
- Lily in a Gas Station (1956) - Pete Porter
- Pete's Brother-in-Law (1956) - Pete Porter
- Handcuffs (1956) - Pete Porter
- Ruth Gets a Job (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Wrestler (1956) - Pete Porter
- Sunken Den (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Texas Show: Part 3 (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Texas Show: Part 2 (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Texas Show: Part 1 (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Rudy Vallee Show (1956) - Pete Porter
- Matt's Movie Career (1956) - Pete Porter
- The Trailer Show (1956) - Pete Porter
- Operation Coleslaw (1956) - Pete Porter
- Rate Your Mate (1955) - Pete Porter
- High Sierras (1955) - Pete Porter
- Family Quarrel (1955) - Pete Porter
- Big Game Hunter (1955) - Pete Porter
- Skid Row (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Laundromat Show (1955) - Pete Porter
- Let Yourself Go (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Shoplifter (1955) - Pete Porter
- Ruth Neglects Matt (1955) - Pete Porter
- Lily and the Wolf (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Pizza Show (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Boxing Show (1955) - Pete Porter
- Chicken Salad (1955) - Pete Porter
- Lily's Song (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Other Couple (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Line-Up (1955) - Pete Porter
- Matt's Moustache (1955) - Pete Porter
- Gossip (1955) - Pete Porter
- Psychiatrist (1955) - Pete Porter
- Theater Tickets (1955) - Pete Porter
- Matt Cooks (1955) - Pete Porter
- Lily's Niece (1955) - Pete Porter
- Mexico (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Breakup (1955) - Pete Porter
- Wedding Preparations (1955) - Pete Porter
- Jealousy (1955) - Pete Porter
- Surprise Party (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Insurance Show (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Uranium Show (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Sentimentalist (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Grandfather Clock (1955) - Pete Porter
- Lily the Artist (1955) - Pete Porter
- Lily Wants to Pay Her Way (1955) - Pete Porter
- The Luau (1954) - Pete Porter
- The Christmas Show (1954) - Pete Porter
- The Rich Man (1954) - Pete Porter
- The Gigolo (1954) - Pete Porter
- Lily Hires a Maid (1954) - Pete Porter
- Lily's Mother-in-Law (1954) - Pete Porter
- Grunion Hunting (1954) - Pete Porter
- My Soldier (1954) - Pete Porter
- The Veterinarian (1954) - Pete Porter
- The Accident (1954) - Pete Porter
- The Chinese Dinner (1954) - Pete Porter
- Lily Is Bored (1954) - Pete Porter
- Lily Ruskin Arrives (1954) - Pete Porter
1958
Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
- Man of the House (1958)
1957
Under Fire as
Sgt. Joseph C. Dusak (as Henry Morgan)
1957
The 20th Century-Fox Hour (TV Series) as
Mike Feeney
- The Marriage Broker (1957) - Mike Feeney
1956
The Teahouse of the August Moon as
Sgt. Gregovich (as Henry {Harry} Morgan)
1953
Cavalcade of America (TV Series) as
Homer Byington
- Who Is Byington? (1956) - Homer Byington
- Sunset at Appomattox (1953)
1956
Unidentified Flying Objects: The True Story of Flying Saucers (Documentary) as
Pilot on Radio (voice, uncredited)
1956
Star in the Dust as
Lew Hogan
1956
Backlash as
Tony Welker
1956
The Bottom of the Bottle as
Felix - Barkeep (as Henry Morgan)
1955
Not as a Stranger as
Oley
1955
Strategic Air Command as
Sgt. Bible - Flight Engineer (as Henry Morgan)
1954
The Lone Wolf (TV Series) as
Rev. Jeffrey Hallam / Jim Strait
- The Minister Story (1954) - Rev. Jeffrey Hallam (as Henry Morgan)
- Plantation Story (1954) - Jim Strait (as Henry Morgan)
1954
The Far Country as
Ketchum (as Henry Morgan)
1954
About Mrs. Leslie as
Fred Blue (as Henry Morgan)
1954
Prisoner of War as
Maj. O.D. Hale
1954
The Forty-Niners as
Alf Billings (as Henry Morgan)
1954
The Glenn Miller Story as
Chummy (as Henry Morgan)
1953
Torch Song as
Joe Denner (as Henry Morgan)
1953
Champ for a Day as
Al Muntz (as Henry Morgan)
1953
Arena as
Lew Hutchins (as Henry Morgan)
1953
Thunder Bay as
Rawlings (as Henry Morgan)
1952
The Devil and John Q (Short) as
Abe Lincoln (uncredited)
1952
Stop, You're Killing Me as
Innocence (as Henry Morgan)
1952
The Doctor (TV Series)
- The Red Wig (1952) - (as Henry Morgan)
1952
Toughest Man in Arizona as
Verne Kimber (as Henry Morgan)
1952
Apache War Smoke as
Ed Cotten
1952
Big Jim McLain as
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
1952
What Price Glory as
Sgt. Moran (uncredited)
1952
High Noon as
Sam Fuller (as Henry Morgan)
1952
My Six Convicts as
Dawson (as Henry Morgan)
1952
Bend of the River as
Shorty (as Henry Morgan)
1952
Scandal Sheet as
Biddle (as Henry Morgan)
1952
Boots Malone as
Quarter Horse Henry (as Henry Morgan)
1951
The Blue Veil as
Charles Hall
1951
The Amazing Mr. Malone (TV Series)
- Blood Is Thicker Than Water (1951)
1951
The Well as
Claude Packard (as Henry Morgan)
1951
The Highwayman as
Tim (as Henry Morgan)
1951
When I Grow Up as
Father Reed (modern) (as Henry Morgan)
1951
Belle Le Grand as
Abel Stone (as Henry Morgan)
1950
Dark City as
Soldier (as Henry Morgan)
1950
The Showdown as
Rod Main (as Henry Morgan)
1950
Appointment with Danger as
George Soderquist (as Henry Morgan)
1950
The Amazing Mr. Malone (TV Movie)
1950
Outside the Wall as
Garth (as Henry Morgan)
1949
Hello Out There (Short) as
The Young Gambler
1949
Holiday Affair as
Police Lieutenant (as Henry Morgan)
1949
Strange Bargain as
Lt. Richard Webb (as Henry Morgan)
1949
Red Light as
Rocky (as Henry Morgan)
1949
Madame Bovary as
Hyppolite (as Henry Morgan)
1949
The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend as
Hoodlum (uncredited)
1949
Down to the Sea in Ships as
Britton (as Henry Morgan)
1948
Yellow Sky as
Half Pint (as Henry Morgan)
1948
The Saxon Charm as
Hermy (as Henry Morgan)
1948
Moonrise as
Billy Scripture (as Henry Morgan)
1948
Race Street as
Hal Towers (as Henry Morgan)
1948
All My Sons as
Frank Lubey (as Henry Morgan)
1948
The Big Clock as
Bill Womack (as Henry Morgan)
1947
The Gangster as
Shorty (as Henry Morgan)
1946
Crime Doctor's Man Hunt as
Jervis (uncredited)
1946
It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog as
Gus Rivers (as Henry Morgan)
1946
Somewhere in the Night as
Bath Attendant (as Henry Morgan)
1946
Dragonwyck as
Klaas Bleecker (as Henry Morgan)
1946
Johnny Comes Flying Home as
Joe Patillo (as Henry Morgan)
1946
From This Day Forward as
Hank Beesley (as Henry Morgan)
1945
State Fair as
Barker (as Henry Morgan)
1945
A Bell for Adano as
Capt. N. Purvis (as Henry Morgan)
1944
Gentle Annie as
Cottonwood Goss (as Henry Morgan)
1944
Wing and a Prayer as
Ens. Malcolm Brainard (as Henry Morgan)
1944
Roger Touhy, Gangster as
Thomas J. 'Smoke' Reardon (as Henry Morgan)
1944
The Eve of St. Mark as
Pvt. Shevlin (as Henry Morgan)
1943
Happy Land as
Anton 'Tony' Cavrek (as Henry Morgan)
1943
The Ox-Bow Incident as
Art Croft (as Henry Morgan)
1943
Crash Dive as
Brownie (as Henry Morgan)
1942
The Omaha Trail as
Henchman Nat (as Henry Morgan)
1942
Orchestra Wives as
Cully Anderson (uncredited)
1942
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe as
Ebenezer Burling (as Henry Morgan)
1942
To the Shores of Tripoli as
Mouthy (as Henry Morgan)
Director
1976
M*A*S*H (TV Series) (9 episodes)
- U.N., the Night and the Music (1983)
- Who Knew? (1982)
- Blood Brothers (1981)
- Tell It to the Marines (1981)
- Stars and Stripes (1979)
- Rally 'Round the Flagg, Boys (1979)
- Patent 4077 (1978)
- End Run (1977)
- The Novocaine Mutiny (1976)
1973
Hec Ramsey (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Only Birds and Fools (1974)
- The Mystery of Chalk Hill (1973)
1971
The D.A. (TV Series)
1969
Adam-12 (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Log 51: A Jumper, Code 2 (1969)
1964
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- The World's Oldest Motive (1965)
- Who Needs an Enemy? (1964)
1964
The Richard Boone Show (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- A Need of Valor (1964)
- Occupational Hazard (1964)
Soundtrack
1983
AfterMASH (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Night Shift (1983) - (performer: "Cocktails for Two")
-
M*A*S*H (TV Series) (2 episodes, 1976 - 1978) (performer - 16 episodes, 1974 - 1983)
- Friends and Enemies (1983) - (performer: "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" - uncredited)
- The Foresight Saga (1981) - (performer: "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow")
- Tell It to the Marines (1981) - (performer: "Back in the Saddle Again")
- Dear Uncle Abdul (1979) - (performer: "Over There")
- The Price (1979) - (performer: "I'm an Old Cow Hand (From the Rio Grande)")
- Baby, It's Cold Outside (1978) - (performer: "Heat Wave")
- They Call the Wind Korea (1978) - ("Mona Lisa")
- Our Finest Hour (1978) - (performer: "They Say That in the Army")
- Lil (1978) - (performer: "Harrigan", "Indian Love Call")
- Mail Call Three (1978) - (performer: "Button Up Your Overcoat")
- War of Nerves (1977) - (performer: "Keep the Home Fires Burning ('Till the Boys Come Home)")
- Movie Tonight (1977) - (performer: "Tennessee Waltz", "They Say That in the Army", "Oh My Darling, Clementine")
- The Colonel's Horse (1976) - (performer: "Chinatown, My Chinatown")
- Bug Out (1976) - ("Valencia")
- Mail Call, Again (1975) - (performer: "I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark", "Let Me Call You Sweetheart")
- The Late Captain Pierce (1975) - (performer: "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow")
- Change of Command (1975) - (performer: "There's a Long, Long Trail" - uncredited)
- The General Flipped at Dawn (1974) - (performer: "I Love a Parade", "Mississippi Mud" - uncredited)
1966
Frankie and Johnny (performer: "Look Out Broadway" - uncredited)
Thanks
2012
The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) (in memory of)
2011
Special Collector's Edition (TV Series) (in memory of - 1 episode)
- Comparativa: Le llamaban Trinidad (2011) - (in memory of)
1991
Memories of M*A*S*H (TV Movie documentary) (special thanks)
Self
2002
'M*A*S*H': 30th Anniversary Reunion (TV Movie documentary) as
Self / Col. Sherman T. Potter
1995
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (Documentary) as
Self
1991
Memories of M*A*S*H (TV Movie documentary) as
Self / Col. Sherman T. Potter
1984
Talking Film (TV Series) as
Self
- An exploration of the Western (1984) - Self
1984
The Moviemakers (TV Series)
- The Classic Westerner (1984)
1983
The 35th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
1982
The 34th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
1982
The 8th Annual People's Choice Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Accepting Award for Favourite Television Comedy Program
1982
The 34th Annual Directors Guild Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee: Best Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series
1981
The 33rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
1981
Making 'M*A*S*H' (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1980
The 32nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Winner
1980
The 6th People's Choice Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Accepting Favourite TV Comedy Award
1979
The 31st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
1978
The 30th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
1978
The Paul Lynde Comedy Hour (TV Special) as
Self
1975
Dinah! (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode #2.35 (1975) - Self - Guest
1975
Bicentennial Minutes (TV Series short) as
Self - Narrator
- Episode #1.212 (1975) - Self - Narrator
1974
Jack Benny's Second Farewell Special (TV Special) as
Self
1972
The Mouse Factory (TV Series) as
Self
- Consciences (1972) - Self
1967
The Jerry Lewis Show (TV Series) as
Self / Self - as Officer Bill Gannon
- Episode #2.3 (1968) - Self
- Martha Raye, Jack Webb & Harry Morgan (1967) - Self - as Officer Bill Gannon
1968
The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Vincent Price, Henry Morgan, Rocky Graziano, Maureen Arthur (1968) - Self
1967
Today (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 1 August 1967 (1967) - Self - Guest
1961
Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.62 (1961) - Self
1956
Operation Teahouse (Documentary short) as
Self
1943
A Scrap of Paper (Documentary short)
Archive Footage
2023
History's Greatest Mysteries (TV Series documentary) as
Sherman T. Potter
- The "Missingest" Man in America (2023) - Sherman T. Potter
2022
Tales from the Inner Sanctum (Podcast Series) as
Officer Bill Gannon
- Muzak (2022) - Officer Bill Gannon
2022
The '80s: Top Ten (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Watercooler Moments (2022) - Self (uncredited)
2021
History of the Sitcom (TV Series documentary) as
Col. Sherman T. Potter / Self - Actor
- Working for Laughs (2021) - Col. Sherman T. Potter
- A Family Matter (2021) - Self - Actor
2016
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (TV Series) as
Colonel Sherman T. Potter
- Gary Johnson (2016) - Colonel Sherman T. Potter
2016
Silicon Cowboys (Documentary) as
Self
2014
The Sixties (TV Mini Series documentary) as
Officer Bill Gannon - Dragnet 1967
- When Television Came of Age (2014) - Officer Bill Gannon - Dragnet 1967
2013
Greenboy: Prescription for Death (TV Short) as
Bill Gannon
2012
The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - In Memoriam
2012
18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TV Special) as
Self - In Memoriam
2011
TCM Remembers (TV Series short) as
Self / actor
2004
Hit Celebrity TV Commercials (TV Movie) as
Pete Porter - for Carnation Instant Non Fat Dry Milk
2003
Los Angeles Plays Itself (Documentary) as
Officer Bill Gannon in Dragnet (uncredited)
2003
Biography (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- M*A*S*H: Television's Serious Sitcom (2003) - Self
1999
Television: The First Fifty Years (Video documentary) as
Officer Bill Gannon
1997
Twentieth Century Fox: The First 50 Years (TV Movie documentary) as
Actor 'Crash Dive' (uncredited)
1995
50 Years of Funny Females (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1990
Hollywood Bloopers Uncensored (Video documentary short) as
Self
1987
The Art of Noise: Dragnet (Music Video) as
Captain Bill Gannon
1982
Henry Fonda: The Man and His Movies (TV Movie documentary) as
Actor in 'The Ox-Bow Incident (uncredited)
1982
Showbiz Goes to War (TV Movie documentary)
1973
The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
Major Gaskill / General Stilton / E.J. Crampton / ...
- The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again: Part 2 (1982) - Major Gaskill
- The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again: Part 1 (1982) - Major Gaskill
- The Cat from Outer Space: Part 2 (1982) - General Stilton
- The Cat from Outer Space: Part 1 (1982) - General Stilton
- Charley and the Angel (1977) - The Angel
- The Apple Dumpling Gang (1976) - Sheriff Homer McCoy
- The Barefoot Executive: Part 2 (1973) - E.J. Crampton
- The Barefoot Executive: Part 1 (1973) - E.J. Crampton
1978
AFI Life Achievement Award (TV Series) as
Art Croft
- AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda (1978) - Art Croft (uncredited)
1944
Take It or Leave It as
Cully Anderson: Clip from 'Orchestra Wives' (uncredited)

References

Harry Morgan Wikipedia