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Occupation
  
Actor

Role
  
Television actor

Name
  
Murray Hamilton

Years active
  
1944–86


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Born
  
March 24, 1923 (
1923-03-24
)

Died
  
September 1, 1986, Washington, North Carolina, United States

Spouse
  
Terri DeMarco (m. 1953–1986)

TV shows
  
B. J. and the Bear, The Man Who Never Was, Love and Marriage, Hail to the Chief

Movies
  
Jaws, Jaws 2, The Graduate, The Hustler, The Spirit of St Louis

Similar People
  
Lorraine Gary, Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Susan Backlinie, Jeannot Szwarc

Children
  
David Honeycutt Hamilton

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Murray Hamilton (March 24, 1923 – September 1, 1986) was an American stage, screen, and television character actor who appeared in such films as Anatomy of a Murder, The Hustler, The Graduate, The Amityville Horror and Jaws.

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Early life

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Born in Washington, North Carolina, Hamilton displayed an early interest in performing during his days at Washington High School just before America's entry into World War II. Bad hearing kept him from enlisting, so he moved to New York City as a 19-year-old to find a career on stage.

Career

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In an early role, he performed on stage with Henry Fonda in the classic wartime story Mister Roberts as a replacement, playing Ensign Pulver. In 1950, he was onstage again with Fonda in Critic's Choice; Howard Taubman of The New York Times called him "properly obnoxious as the director". Hamilton was teamed once more with Fonda in 1968 for the drama film The Boston Strangler.

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His best known performance is as Larry Vaughn, the obdurate mayor of Amity, in the Steven Spielberg thriller Jaws (1975). Hamilton reprised the role in the sequel, Jaws 2 in 1978. Other notable big-screen appearances include the critically acclaimed 1959 film Anatomy of a Murder with James Stewart, in which he played the bartender Al Pacquette, who gives testimony in the murder of Barney Quill. He worked again with Stewart in The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) and The FBI Story (1959).

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The actor made dozens of TV guest appearances. In 1955, Hamilton guest-starred on the NBC legal drama Justice, based on case files of the Legal Aid Society of New York. Hamilton appeared in the Perry Mason episode "The Case of the Deadly Double" (air date March 1, 1958) as the shadowy boyfriend of a woman with a split personality whose brother is Mason's client. In 1959, he appeared in a few episodes of the crime drama The Untouchables, as well as co-starring in the second episode of Rod Serling's television series The Twilight Zone, "One for the Angels", playing Mr. Death opposite Ed Wynn. Also, Hamilton portrayed Calhoun, on (S4E9) of Gunsmoke, which aired in April, 1959. His character is swindled in a land deal along with other members of a wagon train & his wife tries to leave Calhoun with the swindler.

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In the 1959-60 television season, Hamilton also co-starred with William Demarest, Jeanne Bal, and Stubby Kaye in the NBC sitcom Love and Marriage. He played attorney Steve Baker, who resides in an apartment with his wife (played by Bal), two daughters and a father-in-law (portrayed by Demarest). He soon appeared as a guest star on another sitcom, The Real McCoys, starring Walter Brennan, on ABC. In 1961, he appeared in another science fiction series, Way Out, hosted by Roald Dahl, with fellow guest stars Doris Roberts and Martin Huston. In 1986, he played Curtis "Big Daddy" Hollingsworth, Blanche Devereaux's father, in a first-season episode of The Golden Girls.

Hamilton complained in a newspaper article about being typecasted, stating "After I was first cast as a heavy on The Untouchables, I couldn't ever persuade them [producers] that I could also do something else." While comic roles were rare for Hamilton during his Hollywood career, he had one opposite Andy Griffith in the 1958 military comedy No Time for Sergeants, as well as an appearance in Steven Spielberg's raucous comedy, 1941 released in 1979. He also appeared in a comedic guest spot on Mama's Family in the second-season episode, "Mama Cries Uncle", as Uncle Roy. He was more often cast in dramatic works, such as the stark science-fiction drama Seconds (1966), which starred Rock Hudson. In two of his most distinctive performances, Hamilton appeared with Paul Newman in The Hustler (1961), playing Findley, a wealthy billiards player who gambles for high stakes, and in The Graduate (1967) as Mr. Robinson, husband of the seductress Mrs. Robinson. In 1975, Hamilton appeared again with Newman in The Drowning Pool. He also worked with Robert Redford in a pair of films, The Way We Were (1973) and Brubaker (1980).

For many years both before and during his film career, Hamilton was a prominent dramatic stage actor, earning a Tony Award nomination for his role in the 1965 production of Absence of a Cello. New York Times theater critic Brooks Atkinson praised his work in the play Stockade, which was based on a part of the James Jones novel From Here to Eternity: "Murray Hamilton is an ideal Prewitt. Modest in manner, pleasant of voice, he has a steel-like spirit that brings Prewitt honestly to life." When the actor was suffering from cancer and found film roles harder to come by, his old co-star George C. Scott helped out by getting him a part in the made-for-television movie The Last Days of Patton (1986).

Death

Hamilton died of lung cancer at age 63, and is interred at Oakdale Cemetery in his native Washington, North Carolina. He was survived by his wife, Terri DeMarco Hamilton (of the DeMarco Sisters fame), and his son, David.

Filmography

Actor
1986
Whoops Apocalypse as
Jack 'Kill the Commies' Preston (former President)
1986
The Last Days of Patton (TV Movie) as
Gen. Hobart 'Hap' Gay
1986
The Golden Girls (TV Series) as
Big Daddy Hollingsworth
- Big Daddy (1986) - Big Daddy Hollingsworth
1986
Blacke's Magic (TV Series) as
Benjamin F. McGuire
- Ten Tons of Trouble (1986) - Benjamin F. McGuire
1985
Hail to the Chief (TV Series) as
Sen. Sam Cotton
- Episode #1.7 (1985) - Sen. Sam Cotton
- Episode #1.6 (1985) - Sen. Sam Cotton
- Episode #1.5 (1985) - Sen. Sam Cotton
- Pilot (1985) - Sen. Sam Cotton
1984
Murder, She Wrote (TV Series) as
Bud Michaels
- Death Casts a Spell (1984) - Bud Michaels
1984
Cover Up (TV Series) as
The Sheriff
- Murder in Malibu (1984) - The Sheriff
1984
Too Scared to Scream as
Jack Oberman
1984
Boys in Blue (TV Movie) as
Captain Sid Bender
1984
Mama's Family (TV Series) as
Uncle Roy Harper
- Mama Cries Uncle (1984) - Uncle Roy Harper
1983
Summer Girl (TV Movie) as
Jack Reardon
1982
Mazes and Monsters (TV Movie) as
Lt. John Martini
1982
Hysterical as
Mayor
1982
Matt Houston (TV Series) as
Al Brodax
- Stop the Presses (1982) - Al Brodax
1982
Bret Maverick (TV Series) as
Judge Nat Cobb
- A Night at the Red Ox (1982) - Judge Nat Cobb
1981
All the Way Home (TV Movie) as
Joel Lynch
1981
B.J. and the Bear (TV Series) as
Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- The Two Million Dollar Hustle (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- Detective Finger, I Presume (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- Who Is BJ? (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- S.T.U.N.T. (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant (credit only)
- Seven Lady Captives (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- A Bear in the Hand (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- For Adults Only (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- Blond in a Gilded Cell (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- Beauties and the Beasts (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- Down & Dirty (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- Intercepted Pass (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant (credit only)
- The Fast and the Furious: Part 2 (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- The Fast and the Furious: Part 1 (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- B.J. and the Seven Lady Truckers: Part 2 (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
- B.J. And the Seven Lady Truckers: Part 1 (1981) - Capt. Rutherford T. Grant
1980
Brubaker as
John Deach
1980
The Cheap Detective (TV Movie) as
Ralph Garvey
1980
Swan Song (TV Movie) as
Jack McCauley
1979
1941 as
Claude Crumn
1979
The Amityville Horror as
Father Ryan
1979
A Last Cry for Help (TV Movie) as
Ralph Muir
1979
The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
Henry Carpenter
- Donovan's Kid: Part 2 (1979) - Henry Carpenter
- Donovan's Kid: Part 1 (1979) - Henry Carpenter
1979
Donovan's Kid (TV Movie) as
Henry Carpenter
1978
Jaws 2 as
Mayor Vaughn
1978
Casey's Shadow as
Tom Patterson
1977
Killer on Board (TV Movie) as
Dr. Ned Folger
1977
Damnation Alley as
Gen. Landers (uncredited)
1977
Murder at the World Series (TV Movie) as
Harvey Murkison
1977
Kojak (TV Series) as
Harry Harmon
- Sister Maria (1977) - Harry Harmon
1977
Most Wanted (TV Series) as
Patrick Kelly
- The Fixer (1977) - Patrick Kelly
1976
Alice (TV Series) as
Charlie Hyatt
- Mother-in-Law: Part 2 (1976) - Charlie Hyatt
1976
Rich Man, Poor Man (TV Mini Series) as
Sid Gossett
- Part VIII: Chapters 11 and 12 (1976) - Sid Gossett
- Part VII: Chapter 10 (1976) - Sid Gossett
- Part VII: Chapter 9 (1976) - Sid Gossett
1972
McCloud (TV Series) as
Donald Yates / Adrian Becker
- Our Man in the Harem (1976) - Donald Yates
- The New Mexican Connection (1972) - Adrian Becker
1975
McMillan & Wife (TV Series) as
Herb Simpson
- Secrets for Sale (1975) - Herb Simpson
1975
Ellery Queen (TV Series) as
Henry Palmer
- The Adventure of the Chinese Dog (1975) - Henry Palmer
1973
Cannon (TV Series) as
Bud McKenna / Arthur Gibson
- The Deadly Conspiracy: Part 1 (1975) - Bud McKenna
- He Who Digs a Grave (1973) - Arthur Gibson
1975
The Drowning Pool as
J. Hugh Kilbourne
1975
Jaws as
Vaughn
1975
Caribe (TV Series) as
Louis Marche
- Murder in Paradise (1975) - Louis Marche
1973
Police Story (TV Series) as
Bud Ellwood / Watch Commander Joe Hardesty
- War Games (1975) - Bud Ellwood
- Collision Course (1973) - Watch Commander Joe Hardesty
1974
After the Fall (TV Movie) as
Mickey
1974
The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series) as
Barney Lujack
- License to Kill (1974) - Barney Lujack
1974
Chase (TV Series) as
Stone
- Eighty-Six Proof TNT (1974) - Stone
1970
Medical Center (TV Series) as
Dr. Scofield / Robert Jennings
- Girl from Bedlam (1974) - Dr. Scofield
- Junkie (1970) - Robert Jennings
1973
Barnaby Jones (TV Series) as
Clete Belford
- Fatal Flight (1973) - Clete Belford
1973
Needles and Pins (TV Series) as
Fryer
- Union Trouble (1973) - Fryer
1973
Hawkins (TV Series) as
Frank Guilfoyle
- Die, Darling, Die (1973) - Frank Guilfoyle
1973
The Way We Were as
Brooks Carpenter
1973
Murdock's Gang (TV Movie) as
Harold Talbot
1973
Love, American Style (TV Series) as
Walter (segment "Love and the Happy Family")
- Love and the Crisis Line/Love and the Happy Family/Love and the Vertical Romance (1973) - Walter (segment "Love and the Happy Family")
1973
Incident on a Dark Street (TV Movie) as
Edmund Schilling
1972
Mission: Impossible (TV Series) as
Dr. Jerome Cooper
- Ultimatum (1972) - Dr. Jerome Cooper
1972
Deadly Harvest (TV Movie) as
Sheriff Bill Jessup
1972
Madigan (TV Series) as
Charlie Kane
- The Manhattan Beat (1972) - Charlie Kane
1971
Longstreet (TV Series) as
Nelson Woodley
- There Was a Crooked Man (1971) - Nelson Woodley
1971
The Failing of Raymond (TV Movie) as
Sgt. Manzak
1971
Night Gallery (TV Series) as
Snyder (segment "Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator")
- House - With Ghost/A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank/Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator/Hell's Bells (1971) - Snyder (segment "Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator")
1971
The Harness (TV Movie) as
Roy Kern
1971
The Police (TV Movie) as
Chief of Police
1971
A Tattered Web (TV Movie) as
Sgt. Joe Marcus
1971
Cannon (TV Movie) as
Virgil Holley
1971
Vanished (TV Mini Series) as
Nick McCann
- Part II (1971) - Nick McCann
- Part I (1971) - Nick McCann
1971
The Bold Ones: The Senator (TV Series) as
Yaeger
- Some Day, They'll Elect a President (1971) - Yaeger
1966
The F.B.I. (TV Series) as
Doug McElroy / Richard Mills / Emory Hale / ...
- The Witness (1970) - Doug McElroy
- A Life in the Balance (1969) - Richard Mills
- The Ninth Man (1968) - Emory Hale
- The Camel's Nose (1966) - Mike Kessler
1970
Men at Law (TV Series) as
Harrison
- Survivors Will Be Prosecuted (1970) - Harrison
1969
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium as
Fred Ferguson
1968
The Brotherhood as
Jim Egan
1968
The Boston Strangler as
Frank McAfee
1968
No Way to Treat a Lady as
Inspector Haines
1968
N.Y.P.D. (TV Series) as
Martin
- The Private Eye Puzzle (1968) - Martin
1968
Sergeant Ryker as
Capt. Appleton
1967
The Graduate as
Mr. Robinson
1967
A Bell for Adano (TV Movie) as
Sgt. Leonard Borth
1967
Judd for the Defense (TV Series) as
John Ritter
- Citizen Ritter (1967) - John Ritter
1967
The Invaders (TV Series) as
Lewis Dunhill
- The Condemned (1967) - Lewis Dunhill
1966
Hawk (TV Series) as
Cheever
- The Theory of the Innocent Bystander (1966) - Cheever
-1966
The Man Who Never Was (TV Series) as
Col. Jack Forbes
- The Last of Peter Murphy (1966) - Col. Jack Forbes
- One Plus One Equals One (1966) - Col. Jack Forbes
- Original Pilot
1966
An American Dream as
Arthur Kabot
1966
Seconds as
Charlie
1965
The Fugitive (TV Series) as
Joe Steelman / Mel Starling
- Coralee (1966) - Joe Steelman
- Moon Child (1965) - Mel Starling
1966
Seaway (TV Series) as
Dr. Fischer
- Rx for Murder (1966) - Dr. Fischer
1966
Run for Your Life (TV Series) as
Dr. Raphael
- The Cruel Fountain (1966) - Dr. Raphael
1962
Dr. Kildare (TV Series) as
Lt. Dan Hargrave / Dr. Haldore Mattern
- Strange Sort of Accident (1966) - Lt. Dan Hargrave
- Mercy or Murder (1966) - Lt. Dan Hargrave
- A Time to Every Purpose (1962) - Dr. Haldore Mattern
1965
The Trials of O'Brien (TV Series) as
Morton Lee / Eddie Hanover
- The 10-Foot, 6-Inch Pole (1966) - Morton Lee
- Over Defence Is Out (1965) - Eddie Hanover
1965
Inherit the Wind (TV Movie) as
E. K. Hornbeck
1965
Slattery's People (TV Series) as
Edward Tillman
- Question: What Time Is the Next Bandwagon? (1965) - Edward Tillman
1962
The Defenders (TV Series) as
District Attorney / Tark Bennett / Bryan Phelps / ...
- The Sworn Twelve (1965) - Tark Bennett
- Drink Like a Lady (1964) - Bryan Phelps
- The Empty Heart (1963) - District Attorney
- The Avenger (1962) - District Attorney
- The Hickory Indian (1962) - D.A. Sid Morgan
- The Bedside Murder (1962) - Miles Morgan
1963
The Cardinal as
Lafe
1963
The Doctors (TV Series) as
Eddie Nichols
- And the Greatest of These Is Love: Part 5 (1963) - Eddie Nichols
- And the Greatest of These Is Love: Part 4 (1963) - Eddie Nichols
- And the Greatest of These Is Love: Part 3 (1963) - Eddie Nichols
- And the Greatest of These Is Love: Part 2 (1963) - Eddie Nichols
- And the Greatest of These Is Love (1963) - Eddie Nichols
1963
Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV Series) as
Capt. Appleton
- The Case Against Paul Ryker: Part 2 (1963) - Capt. Appleton
- The Case Against Paul Ryker: Part 1 (1963) - Capt. Appleton
1963
The Doctors and the Nurses (TV Series) as
Harry Reed
- Escape Route (1963) - Harry Reed
1963
13 Frightened Girls as
Wally Sanders
1953
Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series) as
Keith Roman / Nick
- The Health Fraud (1963) - Keith Roman
- The Debt (1953)
- Transfusion (1953) - Nick
1963
Papa's Delicate Condition as
Mr. Harvey
1963
The DuPont Show of the Week (TV Series) as
Bob Fay
- Windfall (1963) - Bob Fay
1960
The Untouchables (TV Series) as
Charley Mailer / Michael Barrigan / Harry Danigan / ...
- The Chess Game (1962) - Charley Mailer
- The Whitey Steele Story (1962) - Michael Barrigan
- The Troubleshooter (1961) - Harry Danigan
- The Tommy Karpeles Story (1960) - George Varsey
1962
The Eleventh Hour (TV Series) as
Walter Enley
- Ann Costigan: A Duel on a Field of White (1962) - Walter Enley
1962
Target: The Corruptors (TV Series) as
Eddie Murray
- The Organizers: Part 1 (1962) - Eddie Murray
1962
The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
- The Big Laugh (1962)
1962
Theatre '62 (TV Series) as
Hiram Nordick
- The Farmer's Daughter (1962) - Hiram Nordick
1962
The Farmer's Daughter (TV Movie) as
Nordick
1960
Route 66 (TV Series) as
Dr. Bernard Anderson / Dr. Stafford
- The Thin White Line (1961) - Dr. Bernard Anderson
- The Swan Bed (1960) - Dr. Stafford
1960
Naked City (TV Series) as
Matt Orman / D.A. Thomas Stevenson
- Which Is Joseph Creeley? (1961) - Matt Orman
- The Pedigree Sheet (1960) - D.A. Thomas Stevenson
1961
The Hustler as
Findley
1961
'Way Out (TV Series) as
Harold Potter
- Side Show (1961) - Harold Potter
1960
The Witness (TV Series) as
James J. Walker
- Jimmy Walker (1960) - James J. Walker
1960
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series) as
Marsh
- Escape to Sonoita (1960) - Marsh
1960
Tall Story as
Coach Sandy Hardy
1960
Goodyear Theatre (TV Series) as
Irwin Forman
- The Ticket (1960) - Irwin Forman
1959
Love and Marriage (TV Series) as
Steve Baker
- Stubby's Big Chance (1960) - Steve Baker
- Jennie's Song (1960) - Steve Baker
- The Baby Sitter (1960) - Steve Baker
- Steve's Song (1960) - Steve Baker
- Hans Gets Discovered (1959) - Steve Baker
- The Baby (1959) - Steve Baker
- The New Housekeeper (1959) - Steve Baker
- Bill Moves Out (1959) - Steve Baker
- Chip Off the Old Block (1959) - Steve Baker
- Jordan Catalogue (1959) - Steve Baker
- The Big Hit (1959) - Steve Baker
- Sophie's Engagement (1959) - Steve Baker
- Guest Artist (1959) - Steve Baker
- Child of Capricorn (1959) - Steve Baker
- Stubby Picks a Winner (1959) - Steve Baker
- Second Honeymoon (1959) - Steve Baker
- The Stockholders (1959) - Steve Baker
- House of Harris (1959) - Steve Baker
1960
Men Into Space (TV Series) as
Lt. Col. Bill Aborg
- Tankers in Space (1960) - Lt. Col. Bill Aborg
1959
The Detectives (TV Series) as
Al Morgan
- Masquerade (1959) - Al Morgan
1959
The Twilight Zone (TV Series) as
Mr. Death
- One for the Angels (1959) - Mr. Death
1959
The FBI Story as
Sam Crandall
1959
Anatomy of a Murder as
Alphonse Paquette
1958
The Real McCoys (TV Series) as
George Emery
- Do You Kiss Your Wife? (1958) - George Emery
1957
Gunsmoke (TV Series) as
Calhoun / Webb Cutter / Jake Buley
- Land Deal (1958) - Calhoun
- Wild West (1958) - Webb Cutter
- Chester's Murder (1957) - Jake Buley
1958
Houseboat as
Capt. Alan Wilson
1958
The Silent Service (TV Series) as
Cmdr. Richard C. Latham
- The U.S.S. Tinosa Story (1958) - Cmdr. Richard C. Latham
1958
No Time for Sergeants as
Irving S. Blanchard
1958
Too Much, Too Soon as
Charlie Snow
1958
Perry Mason (TV Series) as
Johnny Hale
- The Case of the Deadly Double (1958) - Johnny Hale
1958
Darby's Rangers as
Sims Delancey
1958
Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series) as
Ed McKay
- The Last Laugh (1958) - Ed McKay
1957
Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
- The Glass Hill (1957)
1957
Jeanne Eagels as
Chick O'Hara
1957
Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series)
- An Old Spanish Custom (1957)
1956
Wire Service (TV Series) as
Frank Lunt / Ed Holley
- Confirm or Deny (1957) - Frank Lunt
- Hideout (1956) - Ed Holley
1957
The Loretta Young Show (TV Series) as
Mike Finn
- A Mind of Their Own (1957) - Mike Finn
1957
The Millionaire (TV Series) as
Chris Daniels
- The Chris Daniels Story (1957) - Chris Daniels
1957
The Spirit of St. Louis as
Bud Gurney
1957
Conflict (TV Series)
- Girl on the Subway (1957)
1956
Playhouse 90 (TV Series) as
Chick Tolliver
- The Big Slide (1956) - Chick Tolliver
1956
The Girl He Left Behind as
Sgt. Clyde
1956
Toward the Unknown as
Maj. Bromo Lee
1955
The Phil Silvers Show (TV Series) as
MSgt. Allan
- The Twitch (1955) - MSgt. Allan (uncredited)
- The Eating Contest (1955) - MSgt. Allan
1953
Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
- The Straw (1955)
- Rain No More (1953)
1955
Studio One (TV Series) as
Joe Bristol
- The Spongers (1955) - Joe Bristol
1955
Justice (TV Series)
- Hard to Get (1955)
- Strange Terror (1955)
1954
Modern Romances (TV Series)
- The House Guests: part 5 (1955)
- The House Guests: part 4 (1955)
- The House Guests: part 3 (1955)
- The House Guests: part 2 (1955)
- The House Guests: part 1 (1955)
- Episode dated 11 October 1954 (1954)
1954
Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
- Captive City (1954)
1952
Goodyear Playhouse (TV Series)
- The Power of Suggestion (1954)
- Treasure Chest (1952)
1954
Inner Sanctum (TV Series) as
Frank / Cabbie / Joe
- Family Skeleton (1954) - Frank
- The Good Luck Charm (1954) - Cabbie
- Lost in the Dark (1954) - Joe
1954
The Big Story (TV Series) as
Virgil Pierson
- Virgil Pierson of the Birmingham Age-Herald of Alabama (1954) - Virgil Pierson
1954
The Man Behind the Badge (TV Series)
- The Dade County, Florida Story (1954)
1953
The Philco Television Playhouse (TV Series)
- The Glorification of Al Toolum (1953)
- Up Above the World So High (1953)
- Two for One (1953)
1953
You Are There (TV Series) as
Gov. Vance
- The Gettysburg Address (1953) - Gov. Vance
1953
Ponds Theater (TV Series)
- Alias Jimmy Balentine (1953)
- Rain No More (1953)
1953
The Revlon Mirror Theater (TV Series)
- The Bottle Party (1953)
1953
The Gulf Playhouse (TV Series) as
Jerry French
- Comeback (1953) - Jerry French
1952
Mister Peepers (TV Series) as
Freddy / Freddie
- The New Car (1953) - Freddie
- The Drive-In Movie (1952) - Freddy
- Meet the Parents (1952) - Freddy
1953
Suspense (TV Series) as
Snow Pearson
- Mutiny Below (1953) - Snow Pearson
1951
The Whistle at Eaton Falls as
Al Webster
1951
Bright Victory as
Pete Hamilton
1951
The Billy Rose Show (TV Series)
- Farewell Performance (1951)
- Flowers for Millie (1951)
- Whirligig of Life (1951)
1944
Something for the Boys as
Soldier (uncredited)
1944
Reckless Age as
Member of Soldier Quartet
1944
Song of the Open Road as
Crop Corps Kid (uncredited)
Self
1978
The Making of 'Casey's Shadow' (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1966
Camera Three (TV Series) as
Self
- Why an Actor? (1966) - Self
1951
Showtime, U.S.A. (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.29 (1951) - Self
Archive Footage
2021
Morning Joe (TV Series) as
Larry Vaughn
- 03-03-2021 (2021) - Larry Vaughn
2020
High Score (TV Mini Series documentary) as
Self
- Role Players (2020) - Self (uncredited)
2012
Jaws: The Restoration (Documentary short) as
Mayor Larry Vaughn
2010
Jaws: The Inside Story (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
2008
Hollywood contra Franco (Documentary) as
Brooks Carpenter
2007
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness (TV Series documentary) as
Vaughn
- Jaws (1975) (2007) - Vaughn
2002
E! True Hollywood Story (TV Series documentary) as
Self (Jaws / Jaws 2)
- Jaws (2002) - Self (Jaws / Jaws 2)
2000
Jaws: Deleted Scenes (Video short) as
Vaughn
1987
Great Performances (TV Series) as
Alphonse Paquette (clip from Anatomy of a Murder (1959))
- James Stewart: A Wonderful Life - Hosted by Johnny Carson (1987) - Alphonse Paquette (clip from Anatomy of a Murder (1959)) (uncredited)
1980
AFI Life Achievement Award (TV Series documentary) as
Actor 'Anatomy of a Murder'
- AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Stewart (1980) - Actor 'Anatomy of a Murder' (uncredited)
1967
Danger Has Two Faces (TV Movie) as
Colonel Jack Forbes

References

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