"The Lux Radio Theater" (1955's 'Rawhide' and 1953's 'Lure of the Wilderness'). He also performed five times on Mutual Radio's "Family Theater" between 1952 and 1954.
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Did You Know?
I was told I had arrived when, during the shooting of The Searchers
(1956), they gave me almost as much ammunition as they gave John Wayne
While in Spain to film the Chicago Mafia story ¡Viva América!
(1969), Hunter was injured in an on-set explosion, suffering facial lacerations from broken glass and powder burns. Later an old friend, a former British commando, accidentally hit him on the chin with a karate chop when Hunter, who knew judo, failed to defend himself in time, banging the back of his head against a door. ...