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Jack Kelly

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Actor, politician

Nicole K. Kelly

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Full Name
John Augustus Kelly, Jr.

September 16, 1927 (
Astoria, Queens, New York, USA

November 7, 1992, Huntington Beach, California, United States

Joann Smith (m. 1969–1992), May Wynn (m. 1956–1964)

Nancy Kelly, Carole Kelly, William Clement Kelly

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John Augustus "Jack" Kelly Jr. (September 16, 1927 – November 7, 1992) simply known as Jack Kelly, was an American film and television actor most noted for the role of "Bart Maverick" in the television series Maverick, which ran on ABC from 1957 to 1962. Kelly shared the series, rotating as the lead from week to week, first with James Garner as Bret Maverick (1957–1960) then with Roger Moore as Beau Maverick (1960–1961) and Robert Colbert as Brent Maverick (1961, for two episodes), before becoming the only Maverick (alternating with repeats from the Garner era) in the fifth season.


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Kelly later became a politician, having served from 1983 to 1986 as the mayor of Huntington Beach, California.

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Early life

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John Augustus Kelly, Jr. was born in Astoria, Queens, New York, one of four children, to Ann Mary "Nan" (née Walsh) and John Augustus Kelly, Sr. "Jackie," as he was called as a child, came from a prominent theatrical family. His mother, Nan Kelly, had been a popular stage actress and John Robert Powers model. Kelly's father was a theater ticket broker, and after he moved the family to Hollywood, entered the real estate business. His sister, Oscar-nominated actress Nancy Kelly, was a prominent leading lady opposite Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power, and Henry Fonda among many others across a 36-film span. His other two siblings, Carole and William Clement (25 July 1934 – 6 April 1983), also tried show business. When the Kellys were children, their mother would not serve them meat or give medication when they were sick. Kelly served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II.


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Kelly made his film debut in an uncredited role in the 1939 biopic The Story of Alexander Graham Bell, opposite Don Ameche and Loretta Young. On July 15, 1954, Kelly played the gunfighter, cattleman, and bandit Clay Allison in the syndicated television series Stories of the Century, starring and narrated by Jim Davis.

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In 1955-1956 television season, Kelly starred in a series based on the 1942 feature film Kings Row. He played Dr. Parris Mitchell, a young psychiatrist coping with the narrow-minded environment of his small town. King's Row was one-third of the Warner Bros. Presents wheel series, hosted by Gig Young. It rotated at the scheduled hour of 7:30 Eastern on Tuesday with a similar television version of the popular movie Casablanca as well as the new ABC Western series Cheyenne starring Clint Walker.

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After the series ended in 1956, Kelly appeared in Forbidden Planet (1956) and She-Devil (1957), along with guest roles on Fireside Theater, Schlitz Playhouse of Stars, Lux Video Theatre, and Gunsmoke.

Maverick (1957–1962)

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The various anti-heroic Mavericks were dapper professional poker-players roaming the Old West with the benefit of superb scripts. The series had an enormous cultural impact during a time when there were only three television networks and most cities had only three TV channels to choose from.

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Maverick's demanding filming schedule had caused production to lag behind early on. The producers decided to give Bret Maverick (James Garner) a brother so as not to run out of episodes long before the end of the season. Thus, Kelly was introduced as Bart Maverick in "Hostage!", the eighth episode of the series. While he may not have matched Garner's popularity on Maverick, Kelly did have his enthusiastic admirers. Possessing a deep voice, a John Barrymore-like profile and an easy-going screen presence, Kelly enjoyed an attentive following among female viewers of the series. Series creator Roy Huggins was extremely critical of Kelly's acting in Huggins' Archive of American Television interview, noting that Kelly "dropped a funny line like a load of coal," but mentioned that he liked Kelly, who was more amusing than Garner "off camera."

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Kelly shared the lead with James Garner in one of the show's most-discussed episodes, "Shady Deal at Sunny Acres", on which the first half of the 1973 movie The Sting appears to be based. The pair also co-starred in the famous "Pappy" episode in which Garner played the brothers' much-quoted father Beauregard "Pappy" Maverick, in addition to his regular role of Bret. Aided by trick photography, Bret and Pappy play cards together in one scene (Kelly had a dual role in the episode as well, playing Bart and elderly Uncle Bentley Maverick). Bart also rescued Bret at the climax of "Duel at Sundown", in which Garner first fought guest star Clint Eastwood. Since Garner enjoyed seniority on the series, he had first choice of which part he would play in the two-brother episodes, which delineated the brothers as "Maverick 1" and "Maverick 2" in the scripts, giving him an enormous advantage. All but one script during the show's first two years were written with Garner in mind regardless of which actor would eventually be cast. Roy Huggins insisted that the writers visualize Garner as Maverick while writing the scripts. The sole exception to this edict during the first two seasons was "Passage to Fort Doom," written with Kelly in mind as a lark for the writers.

Although the "solo" episodes in which Bart appeared tended to be somewhat more dramatic than the Bret episodes, Kelly displayed his comedic skills in lighter Maverick outings such as "Hadley's Hunters" and "The People's Friend." Kelly actually appeared in more episodes of Maverick than James Garner, who left the show following a contract dispute in 1960. Kelly appeared in 83 episodes; Garner in only 65. In the wake of Garner's departure, Roger Moore stepped in to play Bart's cousin Beau Maverick in fourteen episodes, sharing the screen with Kelly in three of them, while Robert Colbert appeared in two installments as a third brother named Brent, one of which briefly featured Kelly.

Later career

When Maverick ended in 1962, Kelly continued acting with roles in a number of films and television shows. In 1962, he played the lead in Red Nightmare (also known as The Commies Are Coming, the Commies Are Coming in its derisive 1985 video re-release incarnation) a Cold War film narrated by Jack Webb in which Kelly's character wakes up one morning to discover that America has been taken over by Communists.

On December 30, 1963, Kelly appeared with Barbara Bain in "The Fenton Canaby Story" on ABC's Wagon Train. Canaby is a former trailmaster with a dark secret he refuses to discuss. He is attracted to Lucy Garrison, a young woman with her own questionable past played by Barbara Bain, long before Mission: Impossible!. Virginia Gregg plays Grace Lowe, who blames Canaby for her husband's death.

Kelly co-starred in Commandos (1968) opposite Lee Van Cleef, and as a villain dressed almost exactly like Bart Maverick in Young Billy Young (1969) with Robert Mitchum. From 1969 to 1971, Kelly hosted the NBC daytime game show Sale of the Century but was eventually replaced by Joe Garagiola. He was also briefly a series regular in Get Christie Love! (1974) and The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (1978), and performed many lucrative television commercial voice-overs.

In 1977 Kelly appeared as obstreperous villains for a few moments in two Rockford Files episodes starring James Garner. The first appearance was in the season 3 episode, "The Becker Connection," and the second was the first show of season 4, "Beamer's Last Case" as a jealous husband. In 1978, he briefly appeared as Bart Maverick and was again paired with Garner in the TV-movie The New Maverick and in Garner's TV series Bret Maverick (1981; Kelly appeared momentarily at the end of the final episode of the show and would have become a regular had it been renewed). Kelly also showed up on a 1983 episode of The Fall Guy, costumed as Maverick but basically playing himself in a storyline that rounded up many classic TV cowboys.

In 1991, he reprised the role of Bart Maverick one last time in the TV movie The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw, a Kenny Rogers vehicle briefly featuring more than a dozen 1950s television series cowboys. Kelly's brief dialogue consisted almost exclusively of variations on the phrase, "you can't have a real poker game without a Maverick."

Business and politics

Kelly's acting roles became less frequent in the late 1970s as he became more involved in real estate and local politics. He started buying real estate in Huntington Beach in the mid 1960s and moved there permanently in 1971.

He formed August II, Inc., to hold the real estate assets in June 1965 in Huntington Beach. His wife, Jo, became a real estate broker and did much of the business management of the real estate business, especially while Kelly was involved with Huntington Beach city government.

During the 1980s and early 1990s he served as city councilman and mayor in Huntington Beach, campaigning with the slogan "Let Maverick Solve Your Problems."

Personal life and death

Kelly married actress May Wynn (Donna Lee Hickey) on October 14, 1956. They separated in February 1964 and were divorced on October 19, 1964. She stated in court that they had been arguing a lot the last two years and he started staying out all night.

Following the divorce he later dated Karen Steele for a short time.

He married Jo Ann Smith in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 16, 1969. The following November their daughter Nicole was born.

On April 28, 1992 he suffered a heart attack. Jack Kelly died of a stroke at Humana Hospital in Huntington Beach, California, November 7, 1992. In addition to his sister Nancy he was survived by his second wife, Jo, and their daughter, Nicole.

Jo became an "extra" in film and television productions, helped others learn the business, and wrote a book about it, The Truth about Being an Extra (2006).

His daughter, Nicole K. Kelly, is the founder of and executive producer at August II Productions.


The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw (TV Movie) as
Bart Maverick
The Master (TV Series) as
Brian Elkwood
- Kunoichi (1984) - Brian Elkwood
The Fall Guy (TV Series) as
Bart Maverick
- Happy Trails (1983) - Bart Maverick
Bret Maverick (TV Series) as
Bart Maverick
- The Hidalgo Thing (1982) - Bart Maverick
Palms Precinct (TV Movie) as
Albert Brunswick
B.J. and the Bear (TV Series) as
Capt. Jim Dryer / Nichols
- Detective Finger, I Presume (1981) - Capt. Jim Dryer
- The Murphy Contingent (1979) - Nichols
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (TV Series) as
Harry Hammond / Helms
- Life on the Line (1979) - Harry Hammond
- Game Plan (1978) - Harry Hammond
- Defection to Paradise: Part 2 (1978) - Harry Hammond
- Defection to Paradise: Part 1 (1978) - Harry Hammond
- Scorpion's Sting (1978) - Harry Hammond
- Dangerous Waters (1978) - Harry Hammond
- Search for Atlantis (1978) - Harry Hammond
- Assault on the Tower (1978) - Harry Hammond (credit only)
- The Last Kiss of Summer: Part 2 (1978) - Harry Hammond
- The Last Kiss of Summer: Part 1 (1978) - Harry Hammond
- Arson and Old Lace (1978) - Helms
A Double Life (TV Movie) as
Flying High (TV Series) as
- The Vanishing Point (1978) - Reynolds
Sword of Justice (TV Series) as
- A Double Life (1978) - Walters
The New Maverick (TV Movie) as
Bart Maverick
Spawn of the Slithis as
Radio Announcer (voice)
The Incredible Hulk (TV Series) as
Tony Kelly
- The Waterfront Story (1978) - Tony Kelly
Vega$ (TV Series) as
Merle Ochs
- High Roller (1978) - Merle Ochs
The Bionic Woman (TV Series) as
Ray Fisk / Charles Keys
- The Martians Are Coming, the Martians Are Coming (1978) - Ray Fisk
- Claws (1976) - Charles Keys
The Rockford Files (TV Series) as
Ralph Steel / Alex Kasajian
- Beamer's Last Case (1977) - Ralph Steel
- The Becker Connection (1977) - Alex Kasajian
Quincy M.E. (TV Series) as
Peter Devlin
- Visitors in Paradise (1977) - Peter Devlin
Hawaii Five-O (TV Series) as
Jim Spier
- Let Death Do Us Part (1976) - Jim Spier
The Human Tornado as
Capt. Ryan
The Family Holvak (TV Series) as
George Iverson
- The Tribute (1975) - George Iverson
Ellery Queen (TV Series) as
Attorney J. T. Latimer
- The Adventure of the Lover's Leap (1975) - Attorney J. T. Latimer
Get Christie Love! (TV Series) as
Arthur Ryan
- I'm Your New Neighbor (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- A Few Excess People (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- A High Fashion Heist (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- From Paris with Love (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- The Big Rematch (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- My Son, the Murderer (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- Murder on High C (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- Our Lady in London (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- Too Many Games in Town (1975) - Arthur Ryan
- The Deadly Sport (1975) - Arthur Ryan
Lucas Tanner (TV Series) as
Ted Lefferts
- Look the Other Way (1974) - Ted Lefferts
McCloud (TV Series) as
Manny Donner
- This Must Be the Alamo (1974) - Manny Donner
Toma (TV Series) as
- Joey the Weep (1974) - Windy
Chase (TV Series)
- Out of Gas (1974)
Banacek (TV Series) as
Lou Wayne
- Fly Me- If You Can Find Me (1974) - Lou Wayne
Faraday and Company (TV Series) as
- Fire and Ice (1973) - Coleman
Ironside (TV Series) as
Bobby Tucker / Johnny Corman
- Cold Hard Cash (1972) - Bobby Tucker
- Tagged for Murder (1967) - Johnny Corman
Circle of Fear (TV Series) as
- The Dead We Leave Behind (1972) - Motorist
Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series) as
Ned Locket
- Solomon's Choice (1972) - Ned Locket
Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series) as
Dr. Chauncey Beauregard
- Night of the Red Dog (1971) - Dr. Chauncey Beauregard
The Name of the Game (TV Series) as
Creighton Howell / Frank Fowler
- The Civilized Men (1969) - Creighton Howell
- The Inquiry (1969) - Frank Fowler
Young Billy Young as
John Behan
This Is the Life (TV Series) as
Gene Barton
- Run Away to Home (1968) - Gene Barton
Commandos as
Capt. Valli
Iron Horse (TV Series) as
Jim Logan
- Dealer's Choice (1967) - Jim Logan
The High Chaparral (TV Series) as
Dr. John Henry
- The Doctor from Dodge (1967) - Dr. John Henry
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Series) as
Fred Piper / Det. Ray Baker / Al Packer / ...
- Deadlock (1967) - Det. Ray Baker
- Time of Flight (1966) - Al Packer
- One Embezzlement and Two Margaritas (1966) - Frederick Piper
- Double Jeopardy (1965) - Fred Piper
- White Snow, Red Ice (1964) - Fred Piper
Please Don't Eat the Daisies (TV Series) as
Bob Daniels
- Remember Lake Serene (1967) - Bob Daniels
Laredo (TV Series) as
Bart Cutler / Frank Parmalee / Lance Mabry
- Enemies and Brothers (1967) - Bart Cutler / Frank Parmalee
- The Deadliest Kid in the West (1966) - Lance Mabry
Run for Your Life (TV Series) as
Harry Bevins
- Baby, the World's on Fire (1967) - Harry Bevins
Daktari (TV Series) as
Garvin Drake
- Daktari's Last Hunt (1966) - Garvin Drake
Batman (TV Series) as
Jack O'Shea
- The Cat and the Fiddle (1966) - Jack O'Shea
- Hot Off the Griddle (1966) - Jack O'Shea
Daniel Boone (TV Series) as
Second Horseman
- The High Cumberland: Part 2 (1966) - Second Horseman
Love & Kisses as
Jeff Pringle
Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV Series) as
Tony Camion / Charles Glenn / Pete Braven
- Kill Me on July 20th (1965) - Tony Camion
- Four into Zero (1965) - Charles Glenn
- The Name of the Game (1963) - Pete Braven
The Lucy Show (TV Series) as
Detective Bill Baker
- Lucy Makes a Pinch (1964) - Detective Bill Baker
Wagon Train (TV Series) as
Fenton Canaby
- The Fenton Canaby Story (1963) - Fenton Canaby
Kraft Mystery Theater (TV Series) as
Sam Greenlee A.K.A. Walter Neff
- Shadow of a Man (1963) - Sam Greenlee A.K.A. Walter Neff
FBI Code 98 (TV Movie) as
Robert P. Cannon
Red Nightmare (Short) as
Jerry Donavan
Maverick (TV Series) as
Bart Maverick / Rod Claxton / Uncle Bentley Maverick
- One of Our Trains Is Missing (1962) - Bart Maverick
- Mr. Muldoon's Partner (1962) - Bart Maverick
- The Money Machine (1962) - Bart Maverick
- The Troubled Heir (1962) - Bart Maverick
- Marshal Maverick (1962) - Bart Maverick
- The Maverick Report (1962) - Bart Maverick
- Epitaph for a Gambler (1962) - Bart Maverick
- Poker Face (1962) - Bart Maverick
- A Technical Error (1961) - Bart Maverick
- Three Queens Full (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Golden Fleecing (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Art Lovers (1961) - Bart Maverick
- Dade City Dodge (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Devil's Necklace: Part 2 (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Devil's Necklace: Part 1 (1961) - Bart Maverick
- Substitute Gun (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Forbidden City (1961) - Bart Maverick
- Triple Indemnity (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Deadly Image (1961) - Bart Maverick / Rod Claxton
- Maverick at Law (1961) - Bart Maverick
- Last Stop: Oblivion (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Ice Man (1961) - Bart Maverick
- The Cactus Switch (1961) - Bart Maverick
- A State of Siege (1961) - Bart Maverick
- Destination Devil's Flat (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Dodge City or Bust (1960) - Bart Maverick
- The Maverick Line (1960) - Bart Maverick
- The Witch of Hound Dog (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Mano Nera (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Last Wire from Stop Gap (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Arizona Black Maria (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Hadley's Hunters (1960) - Bart Maverick
- The Bundle from Britain (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Iron Hand (1960) - Bart Maverick
- The People's Friend (1960) - Bart Maverick
- The White Widow (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Maverick and Juliet (1960) - Bart Maverick
- Cruise of the Cynthia B. (1960) - Bart Maverick
- The Marquesa (1960) - Bart Maverick
- The Goose-Drownder (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Maverick Springs (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Trooper Maverick (1959) - Bart Maverick
- A Fellow's Brother (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Easy Mark (1959) - Bart Maverick
- The Lass with the Poisonous Air (1959) - Bart Maverick
- A Tale of Three Cities (1959) - Bart Maverick
- You Can't Beat the Percentage (1959) - Bart Maverick
- The Sheriff of Duck 'n' Shoot (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Royal Four Flush (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Pappy (1959) - Bart Maverick / Uncle Bentley Maverick
- Betrayal (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Passage to Fort Doom (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Brasada Spur (1959) - Bart Maverick
- The Saga of Waco Williams (1959) - Bart Maverick (credit only)
- Yellow River (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Duel at Sundown (1959) - Bart Maverick
- The Rivals (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Two Beggars on Horseback (1959) - Bart Maverick
- Gun-Shy (1959) - Bart Maverick (credit only)
- Game of Chance (1959) - Bart Maverick
- The Spanish Dancer (1958) - Bart Maverick
- Holiday at Hollow Rock (1958) - Bart Maverick (credit only)
- Prey of the Cat (1958) - Bart Maverick
- Shady Deal at Sunny Acres (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Thirty-Ninth Star (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Judas Mask (1958) - Bart Maverick
- High Card Hangs (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Belcastle Brand (1958) - Bart Maverick (credit only)
- Alias Bart Maverick (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Lonesome Reunion (1958) - Bart Maverick (voice, uncredited)
- Seed of Deception (1958) - Bart Maverick
- Burial Ground of the Gods (1958) - Bart Maverick
- Black Fire (1958) - Bart Maverick (uncredited)
- Plunder of Paradise (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Burning Sky (1958) - Bart Maverick
- Trail West to Fury (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Savage Hills (1958) - Bart Maverick
- Diamond in the Rough (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Third Rider (1958) - Bart Maverick
- The Naked Gallows (1957) - Bart Maverick
- The Wrecker (1957) - Bart Maverick
- The Jeweled Gun (1957) - Bart Maverick
- Hostage! (1957) - Bart Maverick
A Fever in the Blood as
Dan Callahan
Hong Kong Affair as
Steve Whalen
Sugarfoot (TV Series) as
Bart Maverick
- Price on His Head (1958) - Bart Maverick (uncredited)
Sally (TV Series) as
Tony Rhodes
- Sally Tries to Say No (1957) - Tony Rhodes
Taming Sutton's Gal as
Jugger Phelps
Gunsmoke (TV Series) as
Cam Durbin
- Jealousy (1957) - Cam Durbin
The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series) as
Hal Jeffers
- The Idea Man (1957) - Hal Jeffers
The Silent Service (TV Series) as
Cmdr. Hiram Cassedy
- The U.S.S. Tigrone Sets a Record (1957) - Cmdr. Hiram Cassedy
She Devil as
Dr. Dan Scott
Studio 57 (TV Series) as
British Secret Agent
- Explosion (1957) - British Secret Agent
Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) as
Fred Newcombe / David
- Just Across the Street (1957) - Fred Newcombe
- The Green Promise (1956) - David
Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal (TV Series) as
Dr. Bennett
- The Score Card (1956) - Dr. Bennett
- Dr. Bennett Story (1955) - Dr. Bennett
- Carolyn Bennett Story (1955) - Dr. Bennett
State Trooper (TV Series) as
Johnny Bledsoe
- Jailbreak at Tonopah (1956) - Johnny Bledsoe
Canasta de cuentos mexicanos as
Eddie Winthrop (segment "Canasta")
Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series)
- Explosion (1956)
Julie as
Jack - Co-Pilot
The Millionaire (TV Series) as
Fred Graham
- The Fred Graham Story (1956) - Fred Graham
Frontier (TV Series) as
Oren Walsh / Jubal Dolan
- Hostage (1956) - Oren Walsh
- The Return of Jubal Dolan (1956) - Jubal Dolan
- The Hunted (1956)
Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
- But Fear Itself (1956)
Strange Stories (TV Series)
- This Man for Hire (1956)
Forbidden Planet as
Lt. Farman
Jane Wyman Presents the Fireside Theatre (TV Series) as
Gilman / Rayburn Stone
- Scent of Roses (1956) - Gilman
- Kristi (1956) - Rayburn Stone
Kings Row (TV Series) as
Dr. Parris Mitchell / Parris Mitchell
- Carnival (1956) - Dr. Parris Mitchell
- Wedding Gift (1955) - Parris Mitchell
- Introduction to Erica (1955) - Dr. Parris Mitchell
- Mail Order Bride (1955) - Dr. Parris Mitchell
- Ellie (1955) - Dr. Parris Mitchell
- Two of a Kind (1955) - Dr. Parris Mitchell
- Lady in Fear (1955) - Dr. Parris Mitchell
Warner Brothers Presents (TV Series)
- Kings Row (1955)
- King's Row (1955)
To Hell and Back as
The Night Holds Terror as
Gene Courtier
Double Jeopardy as
Jeff Calder
TV Reader's Digest (TV Series) as
Sidney Franklin
- My First Bullfight (1955) - Sidney Franklin
Cavalcade of America (TV Series) as
James E. West
- Sunrise on a Dirty Face (1955) - James E. West
City Detective (TV Series) as
Tom Arthur
- Man Down, Woman Screaming (1955) - Tom Arthur
Cult of the Cobra as
Carl Turner
Patrick Henry (TV Movie) as
Patrick Henry
The Star and the Story (TV Series) as
- Safe Journey (1955) - Detective
The Violent Men as
Ponds Theater (TV Series)
- The Rugged Mountains (1955)
Black Tuesday as
Frank Carson
The Bamboo Prison as
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse (TV Series)
- This Man for Hire (1954)
- Girl on the Drum (1954)
- The Sound of Silence (1954)
They Rode West as
Lt. Raymond
My Little Margie (TV Series) as
- The Do-Gooder (1954) - Cliff
Stories of the Century (TV Series) as
Clay Allison
- Clay Allison (1954) - Clay Allison
Magnificent Obsession as
First Mechanic (uncredited)
The Ray Milland Show (TV Series)
- Swimming Problem (1954)
Drive a Crooked Road as
Harold Baker
The Glass Web as
TBC Engineer (uncredited)
The Stand at Apache River as
Lee Hatcher
Column South as
Trooper Vaness
Law and Order as
Gunsmoke as
Curly Mather
The Redhead from Wyoming as
Sally and Saint Anne as
Mike O'Moyne
Red Ball Express as
No Room for the Groom as
Will Stubbins
Bronco Buster as
Photographer (uncredited)
Submarine Command as
Lt. Paul Barton
The Wild Blue Yonder as
Lt. Jessup
People Will Talk as
Student in Classroom (uncredited)
New Mexico as
Pvt. Clifton (uncredited)
Call Me Mister as
Marching Soldier (uncredited)
The West Point Story as
Officer-in-Charge (uncredited)
Where Danger Lives as
Dr. Mullenbach
Peggy as
Lex - O.S.U. Player (uncredited)
Holiday Affair as
Drunk on Train (uncredited)
Fighting Man of the Plains as
Cattleman (uncredited)
Young Mr. Lincoln as
Matt Clay as a Boy (uncredited)
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell as
Banker's Son (uncredited)
Get Christie Love! (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Our Lady in London (1975) - (performer: "Heart of my Heart")
All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan (TV Special) as
Self (uncredited)
When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion (TV Movie documentary) as
ABC's Silver Anniversary Celebration (TV Special) as
Bicentennial Minutes (TV Series short) as
Self - Narrator
- Episode #1.279 (1975) - Self - Narrator
It's Your Bet (TV Series) as
- Jack Jones and Jack Kelly (1971) - Self
The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
Self / Self - Amateur Athletic Union President
- Episode #10.98 (1971) - Self - Amateur Athletic Union President
- Episode #4.238 (1965) - Self
- Episode #3.198 (1964) - Self
- Episode #2.3 (1962) - Self
Concentration (TV Series) as
- Episode dated 23 December 1970 (1970) - Self
The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) (TV Series) as
Self - Panelist
- Episode dated 9 February 1970 (1970) - Self - Panelist
Sale of the Century (TV Series) as
Host (1969-1971)
The Bob Hope Show (TV Series) as
- Shoot-In At NBC (1967) - Self
Dream Girl of '67 (TV Series) as
Self - Bachelor Judge
- The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show 10) (1966) - Self - Bachelor Judge
- The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show 9) (1966) - Self - Bachelor Judge
- The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show 8) (1966) - Self - Bachelor Judge
- The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show 7) (1966) - Self - Bachelor Judge
- The Dream Girl of 1967 (Show 6) (1966) - Self - Bachelor Judge
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Series) as
Self / Host, (1970-1972) (NBC Comedy Playhouse and NBC Comedy Theater versions)
The Tonight Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor
- Episode #1.80 (1962) - Self - Actor
The Tonight Show Starring Jack Paar (TV Series) as
- Episode #5.191 (1962) - Self
Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.173 (1961) - Self
- Episode #1.133 (1961) - Self
What About Linda? (TV Special) as
This Is Your Life (TV Series) as
- James Garner (1958) - Self
Wide Wide World (TV Series documentary) as
- The Western (1958) - Self
Stump the Stars (TV Series) as
- Episode dated 6 May 1958 (1958) - Self
Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) as
Self - Intermission Guest
- The Creaking Gate (1955) - Self - Intermission Guest
The Tonight Show (TV Series) as
- Grace Kelly, John B. Kelly, Jack Kelly (1954) - Self
Archive Footage
Inherent Vice as
Burke Stodger
Watch the Skies!: Science Fiction, the 1950s and Us (TV Movie documentary) as
Lt. Jerry Farman (uncredited)
Svengoolie (TV Series) as
Carl Turner
- Cult of the Cobra (1997) - Carl Turner


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