(1998) TV commercial
: Arby's roast beef restaurants
(1995) TV commercial
: Taco Bell
(1996) TV commercial
: Ford pickup trucks
(1996) Book of poems: "The Forest of Love" (Summerhouse Press)
Paints and sells landscape art, with a poem included on the back of each picture.
(1984) Stage: Appeared (as "Hell's Angel") in "The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking" by Roger Waters
(1970) Album: "Palance" (country-western songs, several of which he wrote himself).
Stage: Was the understudy for Marlon Brando
in the original Broadway
production of "A Streetcar Named Desire".
In Radio Flyer
(1992), he was uncredited as the voice of the buffalo in the dream sequence.
(1995) TV commercial
: Appeared in a Wavy Lays commercial with Elijah Wood
shown during the Super Bowl.
(1977) TV commercial
: Canada Dry Ginger Ale
(1981) TV commercial
: Played a preacher, with Lee Van Cleef
, for Midas Mufflers.
(1947) Stage: Appeared (as "Russian Soldier"; credited as Walter J. Palance) in "The Big Two" on Broadway
. Comedy. Written by Leslie Bush-Fekete
and Maria Fagyas
. Scenic / Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner
. Costume Design by Bianca Stroock. Directed by Robert Montgomery
. Booth Theatre: 8 Jan 1947-25 Jan 1947 (21 performances). Cast: John Banner
(as "Wirth"), Martin Berliner, Charles Boaz
(as "Russian Soldier"), Felix Bressart
(as "Platschek"), Kenneth Dobbs, Philip Dorn
(as "Capt. Nicholai Mosgovoy"), Olga Fabian
(as "Fraulein Berger"), Eduard Franz
(as "Meissl"), Marc Hamilton, E.A. Krumschmidt, Fred Lorenz-Inger, Phil Miller, Wauna Paul, Zita Rieth, Robert Scott, Mischa Tonken, Claire Trevor
(as "Danielle Forbes"). Produced by Elliott Nugent
and Robert Montgomery. Produced by arrangement with David Bramson.
(1975-1985) TV commercial
s: Time-Life Books "Old West" series.
(1973) TV commercial
: Avis Rent-A-Car
(early 80s) TV commercial
: Atari video game system (voiceover)
(mid 90s) TV commercial
: Mennen's Skin Bracer Aftershave
(November 25, 1982) Guest on "Good Morning, New York".
(1948). Stage Play: A Temporary Island. Music by Lorenzo Fuller. Written by Halsted Welles
[credited as Halstead Welles]. Calliope music by: Lehman Engel
. Directed by Halstead Welles. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 14 Mar 1948- 19 Mar 1948 (6 performances). Cast: Dion Allen (as "Millhand"), Shirley Ames (as "Sophomore"), Leon Askin
(as "Mr. Prince") [Broadway debut
], Natalie Benisch (as "Farmer's Wife"), Philippa Bevans
(as "Miss Wampsey"), Philip Bourneuf
(as "Mr. Fisk"), Elaine Bradford (as "Freshman"), Blair Davies (as "Mr. Tottingham"), William Dillard (as "Junius"), Harrison Dowd
(as "Mr. Chanter"), Nancy Franklin (as "Cordelia"), Gene Galvin (as "Chief of Police"), Rita Gam (as "Bunny"), Anne-Marie Gayer (as "Senior"), Taylor Graves (as "Mr. Smith"), Jane Hoffman (as "Miss Evans"), Carl Judd (as "Farmer"), Karen Lindgren (as "Heloise"), Geoffrey Lumb (as "Policeman"), Winnie Mae Martin (as "Farmer's Daughter"), William Myers (as "Ned"), Jack Palance
[credited as Walter J. Palance] (as "Mr. Boutourlinsky"), Gregory Robins (as "Mr. Avery"), Ann Sullivan (as "Mrs. Bouterlinsky"), Ernest Truex
(as "Uncle Benny"), Hilda Vaughn
(as "Miss Rector"), Ruth Vaughn (as "Felicity"), Vera Zorina
(as "Suzette"). Produced by The Experimental Theatre Inc./ANTA (Alfred De Liagre Jr.
: executive producer. Jean Dalrymple: executive director), Cheryl Crawford
and T. Edward Hambleton.
(1982-1986) Host of "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" TV show
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