Born Cameron Mitzel on November 4, 1918, in Dallastown, Pennsylvania, actor Cameron Mitchell grew up in western Pennsylvania as the son of a Presbyterian minister. Upon graduating from high school in 1937, Mitchell made his way to New York to study with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in their National Theatre Company. After showing much promise as an actor, he landed supporting roles in Broadway and in off-Broadway productions in the late 1930s and early 1940s. While studying dramatics, he met Austrian stage actress Johanna Mendel and married her in 1940. Service during World War II with the United States Army Air Forces interrupted his career, but after the war Mitchell signed a contract with MGM. His first credited film role for the studio was in the war comedy What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (1945; with Robert Walker and Keenan Wynn), and his next was the John Ford war epic They Were Expendable (1945; with John Wayne and Robert Montgomery). He toiled in supporting roles at MGM through the late 1940s, when his contract expired. He then returned to the Broadway stage in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, in which Mitchell made such an impression that he was cast in the film adaptation. Upon returning to Hollywood, Mitchell signed with Columbia Studios.

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LEFT: 1940s beefcake shot of Cameron Mitchell. RIGHT: Western role from the 1950s

After resuming his film career, Mitchell starred in such films as Monogram's Flight to Mars (1951; with Arthur Franz and Marguerite Chapman), Man in the Saddle (1951; with Randolph Scott and Joan Leslie), and Okinawa (1952; with Richard Denning and Pat O'Brien). Mitchell then signed with 20th Century Fox, at which he remained for several years and starred in several big-budget films. During the late 1950s, his film career began to slide, as a result of the death of the studio system. He kept himself on screen, both on television and in films, in low-budget productions such as Pier 5, Havana (1959; with Allison Hayes) and Three Came to Kill (1960; with John Lupton and Steve Brodie). In the early 1960s, like many actors displaced by the crash of the studios, Mitchell found himself in Europe, making a string of films such as Erik the Conqueror (1961), Mario Bava's Blood and Black Lace (1964; with Eva Bartok), and Dog Eat Dog (1964; with Jayne Mansfield). He also starred in a short-lived syndicated TV series The Beachcomber (1962). He returned to series television in 1967 with NBC's western The High Chaparral, for which he is now best remembered.

the films of cameron mitchell

Command Decision (1948)

Cameron Mitchell, Walter Pidgeon, and Brian Donlevy

From the MGM war drama Command Decision with Brian Donlevy and Walter Pidgeon

Death of a Salesman (1951)

Fredric March, Kevin McCarthy, Don Keefer, and Cameron Mitchell

With Fredric March, Kevin McCarthy, and Don Keefer in Columbia's adaptation of Arthur Miller's drama Death of a Salesman. Mitchell reprised his role as Happy Loman from the original Broadway play in the late 1940s

Gorilla at Large (1954)

Cameron Mitchell and Anne Bancroft

With Anne Bancroft in the 20th Century Fox 3-D thriller Gorilla at Large

The View from Pompey's Head (1955)

Cameron Mitchell and Dana Wynter

With Dana Wynter in the rare 20th Century Fox drama The View from Pompey's Head

Love Me or Leave Me (1955)

Doris Day and Cameron Mitchell

Mitchell portrays Doris Day's lover in the MGM musical biopic Love Me or Leave Me, which was loosely based on singer Ruth Etting's life and career

All Mine to Give (1957)

Cameron Mitchell

From the RKO drama All Mine to Give

No Down Payment (1957)

Cameron Mitchell and Joanne Woodward

With Joanne Woodward in the 20th Century Fox suburban drama No Down Payment

Pier 5, Havana (1959)

Cameron Mitchell

From the low-budget crime drama Pier 5, Havana

Erik the Conqueror (1961)

Cameron Mitchell

LEFT: Mitchell portrays Eron in the adventure Erik the Conqueror, directed by Mario Bava

Minnesota Clay (1964)

Cameron Mitchell

Mitchell as the title character in the spaghetti western Minnesota Clay

Blood and Black Lace (1964)

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LEFT: Mitchell as Max Marian in Mario Bava's chiller Blood and Black Lace. RIGHT: With Eva Bartok

Hombre (1967)

Richard Boone, David Canary, and Cameron Mitchell

From the 20th Century Fox western Hombre with Richard Boone and David Canary

Nightmare in Wax (1969)

Cameron Mitchell

Mitchell as the mad wax museum curator Vincent Renard in the low-budget Crown International horror flick Nightmare in Wax

Escape (1973 NBC TV Series)

Cameron Mitchell

Mitchell guest-starred on the NBC series Escape in an episode titled The Wilderness

Bronk (1975-1976 CBS TV Series)

Tiffany Bolling and Cameron Mitchell

Mitchell guest-starred alongside Tiffany Bolling in a March 1976 episode of Bronk titled The Vigilante

The Demon (1979)

Cameron Mitchell

From the drive-in horror flick The Demon

later years

In the late 1960s throughout the 1980s, Cameron Mitchell made many guest appearances on popular TV shows, such as Cannon and Night Gallery, and he found himself starring in a number of fun horror and science fiction films, such as Nightmare in Wax (1969; with Anne Helm and Scott Brady), Haunts (1977; with Aldo Ray), The Toolbox Murders (1978; with Pamelyn Ferdin, Wesley Eure, and Aneta Corsaut), and Blood Link (1982; with Michael Moriarty and Geraldine Fitzgerald). While his acting career slowed considerably during the last few years of his life, he still tackled an occasional role in a picture; his final film was Jack-O (1995; with Linnea Quigley).

Mitchell and his wife Johanna separated in 1957 and divorced in 1960. Having had four children with his first wife, he remarried in the early 1960s and had three more children with second wife Lissa, but this union ended in the early 1970s. Mitchell married his third wife, the widow of a South Carolina state senator, in 1973, but the couple divorced in 1976. In the late 1980s, Mitchell reconciled with first wife Johanna, and the two remained together until he passed away from lung cancer on July 6, 1994, at the age of 75. He was survived by seven children.

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Jack-O (1995) with Linnea Quigley
Trapped Alive (1993) with Alex Kubik
Demon Cop (1990)
Terror in Beverly Hills (1989) with William Smith and Frank Stallone
Hateman (1989) with Chuck Mitchell and Aldo Ray
Easy Kill (1989) with Frank Stallone and Jane Badler
Crossing the Line (1989) with John Saxon
Action U.S.A. (1989) with Gregory Scott Cummins, William Smith, and Ross Hagen
No Justice (1989)
Return to Justice (1989) with Griffin O'Neal and Richard Lynch
Space Mutiny (1988) with Reb Brown, John Phillip Law, James Ryan, and Cisse Cameron
Memorial Valley Massacre (1988) with John Kerry and
William Smith
Code Name Vengeance (1987) with Robert Ginty, Shannon Tweed, Kevin Brophy, and James Ryan
Mission: Kill (1987) with Robert Ginty, Olivia d'Abo, and Brooke Bundy
Deadly Prey (1987) with Troy Donahue
Hollywood Cop (1987) with Jim Mitchum, Troy Donahue, and Aldo Ray
The Offspring (1987) with Vincent Price, Clu Gulager, Rosalind Cash, Susan Tyrrell, and Martine Beswick
Terror Night (1987) with John Ireland, Alan Hale Jr., Michelle Bauer, Aldo Ray, and Dan Haggerty
Rage to Kill (1987) with James Ryan and Oliver Reed
Nightforce (1987) with Linda Blair, James Van Patten, Richard Lynch, and Chad McQueen
The Messenger (1986) with Fred Williamson, Christopher Connelly, Val Avery, Joe Spinell, Michael Dante, and Peter Brown
The Tomb (1986) with John Carradine and Sybil Danning
Low Blow (1986) with Troy Donahue
Prince Jack (1985) with Dana Andrews, Jim Backus, Theodore Bikel, Robert Guillaume, Robert Hogan, Kenneth Mars, Lloyd Nolan, and William Windom
Night Train to Terror (1985) with John Phillip Law and Richard Moll
Killpoint (1984) with Richard Roundtree
Go for the Gold (1984) with James Ryan
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler: The Adventure Continues (1983) with Kenny Rogers, Bruce Boxleitner, Linda Evans, Johnny Crawford, David Hedison, Mitch Ryan, Gregory Sierra, and Harold Gould
Dixie Ray Hollywood Star (1983) with John Leslie, Juliet Anderson, Veronica Hart, and Lisa De Leeuw
Blood Link (1982) with Michael Moriarty and Geraldine Fitzgerald
My Favorite Year (1982) with Peter O'Toole, Mark Linn-Baker, Jessica Harper, Joseph Bologna, Bill Macy, and Lainie Kazan
Kung Fu Cannibals (1982) with John Dresden
Kill Squad (1982) with Sean Donahue
Texas Lightning (1981) with Maureen McCormick
The Perfect Woman (1981) with Fred Willard, Peter Kastner, Marie Windsor, Rudy Vallee, and Ronnie Schell
The Guns and the Fury (1981) with Peter Graves, Michael Ansara, and Albert Salmi
Frankenstein Island (1981) with Robert Clarke, Steve Brodie, Andrew Duggan, John Carradine, and Katherine Victor
Without Warning (1980) with Jack Palance, Martin Landau, Neville Brand, Sue Ane Langdon, Ralph Meeker, Larry Storch, David Caruso, and Darby Hinton
Turnover Smith (1980) with William Conrad, Belinda Montgomery, James Darren, Michael Parks, Nehemiah Persoff, and Nita Talbot
The Silent Scream (1980) with Rebecca Balding, Avery Schreiber, Barbara Steele, and Yvonne De Carlo
OHMS (1980) with Ralph Waite, David Birney, Talia Balsam, Dixie Carter, and Leslie Nielsen
The Last Reunion (1980) with Philip Baker Hall
The Nightmare Never Ends (1980) with Richard Moll
Captive (1980) with David Ladd and Lori Saunders
Hanging by a Thread (1979) with Sam Groom, Patty Duke, Joyce Bulifant, Bert Convy, Donna Mills, and Roger Perry
Island Of The Fish Men (1979) with Barbara Bach, Joseph Cotten, and Mel Ferrer
The Demon (1979) with Jennifer Holmes
Supersonic Man (1979)
The Swarm (1978) with Michael Caine, Katharine Ross, Richard Widmark, Richard Chamberlain, Olivia de Havilland, Lee Grant, Jose Ferrer, Patty Duke, Slim Pickens, Bradford Dillman, Fred MacMurray, and Henry Fonda
Texas Detour (1978) with R.G. Armstrong, Priscilla Barnes, and Lindsay Bloom
The Bastard (1978) with Andrew Stevens, Tom Bosley, Kim Cattrall, Buddy Ebsen, Lorne Greene, Olivia Hussey, Harry Morgan, Patricia Neal, Eleanor Parker, Donald Pleasence, William Shatner, and Barry Sullivan
The Toolbox Murders (1978) with Pamelyn Ferdin, Wesley Eure, and Aneta Corsaut
Ninja Assassins (1978) with Leo Fong
Slavers (1978) with Trevor Howard, Britt Ekland, Ron Ely, and Ray Milland
The Scalp Merchant (1978)
Medusa (1977) with George Hamilton, Luciana Paluzzi, and Alana Stewart
The Hostage Heart (1977) with Sharon Acker, Peter Palmer, Belinda Montgomery, Robert Walden, Carl Weathers, Bradford Dillman, Loretta Swit, and Vic Morrow
Haunts (1977) with May Britt and Aldo Ray
Viva Knievel! (1977) with Evel Knievel, Gene Kelly, Lauren Hutton, Red Buttons, Leslie Nielsen, and Frank Gifford
The Hughes Mystery (1977) with Broderick Crawford and Jose Ferrer
Flood! (1976) with Robert Culp, Martin Milner, Barbara Hershey, Richard Basehart, Carol Lynley, Roddy McDowall, Francine York, Whit Bissell, and Leif Garrett
The Longest Drive (1976) with Kurt Russell, Tim Matheson, Brian Keith, Keenan Wynn, Neville Brand, and Will Hutchins
Political Asylum (1975) with Rossano Brazzi
The Swiss Family Robinson (1975) with Martin Milner, Helen Hunt, John Vernon, and Pat Delaney
The Klansman (1974) with Lee Marvin, Richard Burton, O.J. Simpson, Lola Falana, David Huddleston, Luciana Paluzzi, Linda Evans, and David Ladd
Death in Space (1974) with George Maharis
The Girl on the Late, Late Show (1974) with Don Murray, Bert Convy, Yvonne De Carlo, Gloria Grahame, Van Johnson, Ralph Meeker, Mary Ann Mobley, John Ireland, and Walter Pidgeon
The Hanged Man (1974) with Steve Forrest, Dean Jagger, Will Geer, Sharon Acker, Rafael Campos, and Barbara Luna
The Midnight Man (1974) with Burt Lancaster, Susan Clark, Robert Quarry, Catherine Bach, and Quinn K. Redeker
Hitchhike! (1974) with Cloris Leachman
The Stranger (1973) with Glenn Corbett, Sharon Acker, Lew Ayres, Dean Jagger, and Virginia Gregg
Slaughter (1972) with Jim Brown, Stella Stevens, and Rip Torn
Buck and the Preacher (1972) with Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, Ruby Dee, Denny Miller, and Nita Talbot
Cutter (1972) with Peter De Anda and Barbara Rush
Control Factor (1972) with Stephen Boyd, France Nuyen, and Ray Milland
The Other Side of the Wind (1972) with Peter Bogdanovich, Gary Graver, Dennis Hopper, John Huston, Rich Little, Mercedes McCambridge, Edmond O'Brien, Lilli Palmer, Robert Random, Benny Rubin, and Susan Strasberg
The Reluctant Heroes (1971) with Ken Berry, Jim Hutton, Trini Lopez, Ralph Meeker, and Warren Oates
Thief (1971) with Richard Crenna, Angie Dickinson, and Michael Lerner
Eye for an Eye (1971) with Isela Vega
The Andersonville Trial (1970) with William Shatner, Richard Basehart, Jack Cassidy, Martin Sheen, Buddy Ebsen, Albert Salmi, and Whit Bissell
The Rebel Rousers (1970) with Bruce Dern, Diane Ladd, Jack Nicholson, Harry Dean Stanton, Philip Carey, Robert Dix, and John 'Bud' Cardos
Nightmare in Wax (1969) with Anne Helm, Scott Brady, Berry Kroeger, and John 'Bud' Cardos
Autopsy of a Ghost (1968) with Basil Rathbone, John Carradine, and Amadee Chabot
The Treasure of Makuba (1967)
Hombre (1967) with Paul Newman, Fredric March, Richard Boone, Diane Cilento, Barbara Rush, Martin Balsam, and David Canary
Island of the Doomed (1967) with George Martin
Massacre in the Black Forest (1967)
Viking Massacre (1966) with Giacomo Rossi-Stuart
In the Shadow of the Eagles (1966)
Ride in the Whirlwind (1965) with Millie Perkins, Jack Nicholson, and Harry Dean Stanton
Minnesota Clay (1964)
Last Gun (1964)
Dog Eat Dog (1964) with Jayne Mansfield and Isa Miranda
Blood and Black Lace (1964) with Eva Bartok
Girl from La Mancha (1963) with Millie Perkins
The Black Duke (1963) with Gloria Milland
Attack of the Normans (1962) with Philippe Hersent and Raf Baldassarre
Caesar the Conqueror (1962) with Rik Battaglia
Erik the Conqueror (1961) with Raf Baldassarre
The Last of the Vikings (1961) with Edmund Purdom
Three Came to Kill (1960) with John Lupton and Steve Brodie
The Unstoppable Man (1960) with Lois Maxwell
As the Sea Rages (1959) with Maria Schell and Cliff Robertson
Pier 5, Havana (1959) with Allison Hayes and Nestor Paiva
Inside the Mafia (1959) with James Brown, Edward Platt, and Carol Nugent
Face of Fire (1959) with James Whitmore, Bettye Ackerman, Royal Dano, and Lois Maxwell
No Down Payment (1957) with Joanne Woodward, Sheree North, Tony Randall, Jeffrey Hunter, Patricia Owens, and Barbara Rush
Escapade in Japan (1957) with Teresa Wright and Philip Ober
Monkey on My Back (1957) with Dianne Foster, Jack Albertson, and Kathy Garver
All Mine to Give (1957) with Glynis Johns, Patty McCormack, Hope Emerson, Alan Hale Jr., Royal Dano, and Reta Shaw
Tension at Table Rock (1956) with Richard Egan, Dorothy Malone, Billy Chapin, Royal Dano, Edward Andrews, DeForest Kelley, and Angie Dickinson
Carousel (1956) with Gordon MacRae, Shirley Jones, Barbara Ruick, and Gene Lockhart
The View from Pompey's Head (1955) with Richard Egan, Dana Wynter, Rosemarie Stack, and Jerry Paris
The Tall Men (1955) with Clark Gable, Jane Russell, and Robert Ryan
House of Bamboo (1955) with Robert Ryan and Robert Stack
Love Me or Leave Me (1955) with Doris Day and James Cagney
Strange Lady in Town (1955) with Greer Garson, Dana Andrews, and Adele Jergens
Desiree (1954) with Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Merle Oberon, Michael Rennie, and John Hoyt
Garden of Evil (1954) with Gary Cooper, Susan Hayward, Richard Widmark, Hugh Marlowe, and Rita Moreno
Gorilla at Large (1954) with Anne Bancroft, Lee J. Cobb, Raymond Burr, Lee Marvin, and Warren Stevens
Hell and High Water (1954) with Richard Widmark, Bella Darvi, and David Wayne
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) with Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall, David Wayne, Rory Calhoun, Alex D'Arcy, and Fred Clark, and William Powell
Powder River (1953) with Rory Calhoun, Corinne Calvet, Penny Edwards, and Carl Betz
Man on a Tightrope (1953) with Fredric March, Terry Moore, Gloria Grahame, Adolphe Menjou, Alex D'Arcy, and Richard Boone
Pony Soldier (1952) with Tyrone Power, Penny Edwards, and Robert Horton
Les miserables (1952) with Michael Rennie, Debra Paget, Edmund Gwenn, Sylvia Sidney, and Elsa Lanchester
The Sellout (1952) with Walter Pidgeon, John Hodiak, Audrey Totter, Paula Raymond, and Karl Malden
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1952) with Anne Baxter, Dale Robertson, Miriam Hopkins, and Barbara Bates
Okinawa (1952) with Pat O'Brien and Richard Denning
Japanese War Bride (1952) with Marie Windsor
Death of a Salesman (1951) with Fredric March, Mildred Dunnock, and Kevin McCarthy
Man in the Saddle (1951) with Randolph Scott, Joan Leslie, Ellen Drew, John Russell, and Richard Crane
Flight to Mars (1951) with Marguerite Chapman, Arthur Franz, John Litel, and Morris Ankrum
Smuggler's Gold (1951) with Amanda Blake
Command Decision (1948) with Clark Gable, Walter Pidgeon, Van Johnson, Brian Donlevy, John Hodiak, Marshall Thompson, and Ray Collins
Leather Gloves (1948) with Virginia Grey
Homecoming (1948) with Clark Gable, Lana Turner, Anne Baxter, John Hodiak, Ray Collins, Marshall Thompson, and Lurene Tuttle
Adventures of Gallant Bess (1948) with Fuzzy Knight
Cass Timberlane (1947) with Spencer Tracy, Lana Turner, Zachary Scott, Mary Astor, and Albert Dekker
High Barbaree (1947) with Van Johnson, June Allyson, and Thomas Mitchell
The Mighty McGurk (1947) with Wallace Beery, Dean Stockwell, and Morris Ankrum
They Were Expendable (1945) with Robert Montgomery, John Wayne, Donna Reed, Jack Holt, Ward Bond, and Marshall Thompson
What Next, Corporal Hargrove? (1945) with Robert Walker, Keenan Wynn, Chill Wills, and Hugo Haas

Swiss Family Robinson, 1975-1976 ABC TV Series. Mitchell portrayed Jeremiah Worth
The High Chaparral, 1967-1971 NBC TV Series. Mitchell portrayed Buck Cannon
The Beachcomber, 1962 syndicated TV series. Mitchell portrayed John Lackland

Mama's Boy, episode Hamlet, originally aired August 6, 1988
Matlock, episode The Network, originally aired December 1, 1987
Simon & Simon, episode Something for Sarah, originally aired January 23, 1986
Murder, She Wrote, episode Murder to a Jazz Beat, originally aired February 3, 1985
The Fall Guy, episode Private Eyes, originally aired Ocotber 24, 1984
Partners in Crime, episode Duke, originally aired October 20, 1984
Hardcastle and McCormick, episode The Homecoming: Parts 1 and 2, originally aired March 4, and 11, 1984
Knight Rider, episode Diamonds Aren't a Girl's Best Friend, originally aired January 15, 1984
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, episode Dreams, originally aired December 15, 1982
Matt Houston, episode The Good Doctor, originally aired December 12, 1982
Fantasy Island, episode Devil and Mr. Roarke/Ziegfeld Girls/Kid Corey Rides Again, originally aired October 17, 1981
Magnum, P.I., episode Adelaide, originally aired March 19, 1981
The Incredible Hulk, episode Goodbye, Eddie Cain, originally aired January 23, 1981
Charlie's Angels, episode To See an Angel Die, originally aired November 30, 1980
The Littlest Hobo, episode The Hunt, originally aired November 20, 1980
Vega$, episode Siege of the Desert Inn, originally aired April 30, 1980
Mrs. Columbo, episode Love, on Instant Replay, originally aired March 19, 1980
Matt and Jenny, episode The Bellinis, originally aired November 4, 1979
Fantasy Island, episode The Chain Gang/The Boss, originally aired October 19, 1979
Charlie's Angels, episode Avenging Angel, originally aired September 26, 1979
Hawaii Five-O, episode A Very Personal Matter, originally aired March 15, 1979
Greatest Heroes of the Bible, episode Joshua and the Battle of Jericho, originally aired November 20, 1978
Vega$, episode Lady Ice, originally aired November 1, 1978
Sword of Justice, episode The Gemini Connection, originally aired October 21, 1978
Flying High, episode A Hairy Yak Plays Musical Chairs Eagerly, originally aired October 6, 1978
Project U.F.O., episode Sighting 4016: The Pipeline Incident, originally aired October 5, 1978
Fantasy Island, episode Big Dipper/The Pirate, originally aired September 23, 1978
Fantasy Island, episode Return to Fantasy Island, originally aired January 20, 1978
Lucan, episode The Lost Boy, originally aired January 2, 1978
Quincy M.E., episode Last of the Dinosaurs, originally aired December 16, 1977
Police Story, episode Stigma, originally aired November 9, 1977
Hunter, episode U.F.M. 13, originally aired January 1, 1977
The Quest, episode Seventy-Two Hours, originally aired November 3, 1976
Bronk, episode The Vigilante, originally aired March 28, 1976
S.W.A.T., episode Jungle War, originally aired March 31, 1975
Cannon, episode The Investigator, originally aired February 26, 1975
Amy Prentiss, episode The Desperate World of Jane Doe, originally aired December 22, 1974
Hawaii Five-O, episode Welcome to Our Branch Office, originally aired December 3, 1974
Nakia, episode A Beginning in the Wilderness, originally aired October 26, 1974
Petrocelli, episode Death in High Places, originally aired October 23, 1974
Gunsmoke, episode The Iron Men, originally aired October 21, 1974
Medical Center, episode The Shattered Mask, originally aired October 7, 1974
Ironside, episode What's New with Mark?, originally aired September 26, 1974
Medical Center, episode No Escape, originally aired January 28, 1974
Kodiak, episode Captured, originally aired January 1, 1974
Police Story, episode Line of Fire, originally aired December 18, 1973
Ironside, episode The Helping Hand, originally aired November 1, 1973
The Magician, episode Illusion in Terror, originally aired October 23, 1973
Hawkins, episode Murder in Movieland, originally aired October 2, 1973
Escape, episode The Wilderness, originally aired March 25, 1973
Search, episode The Mattson Papers, originally aired February 28, 1973
Jigsaw, episode Kiss the Dream Goodbye, originally aired February 17, 1973
Assignment Vienna, episode So Long, Charlie, originally aired February 3, 1973
Mission: Impossible, episode The Fountain, originally aired January 26, 1973
Night Gallery, episode Finnegan's Flight, originally aired December 3, 1972
Ironside, episode Buddy, Can You Spare a Life?, originally aired November 16, 1972
McMillan & Wife, episode The Night of the Wizard, originally aired September 24, 1972
The Rookies, episode Pilot, originally aired March 7, 1972
The Delphi Bureau, episode Pilot, originally aired March 6, 1972
Alias Smith and Jones, episode Which Way to the O.K. Corral?, originally aired February 10, 1972
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors, episode Short Flight to a Distant Star, originally aired January 23, 1972
Night Gallery, episode Green Fingers/The Funeral/The Tune in Dan's Cafe, originally aired January 5, 1972
The F.B.I., episode Bitter Harbor, originally aired December 12, 1971
McCloud, episode Somebody's Out to Get Jennie, originally aired November 24, 1971
Cade's County, episode Gray Wolf, originally aired October 31, 1971
The Mod Squad, episode Home Is the Streets, originally aired September 28, 1971
Premiere, episode Lassiter, originally aired July 8, 1968
Daniel Boone, episode The Loser's Race, originally aired November 10, 1966
(1966) TV episode .... James Dorsey Court Martial, episode Where There Was No Echo, originally aired July 22, 1966
Daniel Boone, episode The Fifth Man, originally aired February 17, 1966
Alcoa Premiere, episode Omaha Beach Plus 15, originally aired June 12, 1962
Death Valley Days, episode Pete Kitchen's Wedding, originally aired June 7, 1960
Death Valley Days, episode Human Sacrifice, originally aired June 2, 1960
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, episode Meeting at Appalachia, originally aired January 22, 1960
Bonanza, episode A House Divided, originally aired January 16, 1960
Zane Grey Theater, episode The Grubstake, originally aired December 24, 1959
The Untouchables, episode Ain't We Got Fun, originally aired November 12, 1959
Wagon Train, episode The Duke LeMay Story, originally aired April 29, 1959
The David Niven Show, episode Fortune's Folly, originally aired April 7, 1959
Zane Grey Theater, episode Trail Incident, originally aired January 2, 1959
Pursuit, episode The Last Night in August, originally aired December 17, 1958
Colt .45, episode Point of Honor, originally aired March 21, 1958
Zane Grey Theater, episode The Doctor Keeps a Promise, originally aired March 21, 1958
Kraft Theatre, episode Dog in a Bus Tunnel, originally aired March 5, 1958
The United States Steel Hour, episode The Bromley Touch, originally aired January 15, 1958
Studio One in Hollywood, episode The Brotherhood of the Bell, originally aired January 6, 1958
Climax!, episode Payment for Judas, originally aired July 11, 1957
The United States Steel Hour, episode Command, originally aired February 15, 1956
Studio One in Hollywood, episode Johnny August, originally aired January 16, 1956
Climax!, episode The Prowler, originally aired January 5, 1956
The 20th Century-Fox Hour, episode Man on the Ledge, originally aired December 28, 1955
The 20th Century-Fox Hour, episode The Ox-Bow Incident, originally aired November 2, 1955
Gruen Guild Theater, episode Return to Vienna, originally aired October 25, 1951
Stars Over Hollywood, episode The Kirbys, originally aired April 18, 1951
Stars Over Hollywood, episode Prison Doctor, originally aired March 14, 1951
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse, episode The Old Lady Shows Her Medals, originally aired December 26, 1948

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