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Black and White, Television, CBS, Cannon, Director's Chair, Leaning, Speaking, Mustache, Set, Props, Construction mptv_2016_Jan_to_Apr_UpdateBlack and White, Television, CBS, Cannon, Director's Chair, Set, Construction, Lighting Equipment, Mustache, Automobile, Props mptv_2016_Jan_to_Apr_UpdateBlack and White, Television, CBS, Cannon, Director's Chair, Set, Construction, Props, Lighting Equipment, Luggage, Mustache mptv_2016_Jan_to_Apr_UpdateWilliam Conrad, circa 1955. Vintage silver gelatin © 1978 Glenn Embree MPTV Richard Basehart, William Conrad, Barry Sullivan, and Audrey Totter in Tension (1949)William Conrad in The High Chaparral (1967)William Conrad and Hazel Brooks in Body and Soul (1947)John Wayne, Susan Hayward, Agnes Moorehead, William Conrad, and Ted de Corsia in The Conqueror (1956)Anthony Quinn, William Conrad, Lita Milan, and Victor Millan in The Ride Back (1957)William Conrad in The Ride Back (1957)William ConradBurt Lancaster, William Conrad, and John Bromfield in Sorry, Wrong Number (1948)Anthony Quinn, William Conrad, and Lita Milan in The Ride Back (1957)Anthony Quinn, William Conrad, Lita Milan, Victor Millan, and Jorge Treviño in The Ride Back (1957)Anthony Quinn, William Conrad, and Lita Milan in The Ride Back (1957)William Conrad 1978 NBCAnthony Quinn and William Conrad in The Ride Back (1957)William Conrad and Joe Penny in Jake and the Fatman (1987)Anthony Quinn and William Conrad in The Ride Back (1957)Clark Gable, William Conrad, Wendell Corey, and Mickey Knox in Any Number Can Play (1949)Clark Gable, William Conrad, and Ric Roman in Lone Star (1952)James Mason, Van Heflin, William Conrad, and Nancy Reagan in East Side, West Side (1949)Richard Basehart, William Conrad, Barry Sullivan, and Audrey Totter in Tension (1949)William Conrad and Dick Powell in Cry Danger (1951)
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Biography

William Conrad became a television star relatively late in his career. In fact, the former Army Air Corps World War II fighter pilot began his screen career playing heavies. He was Max, one of The Killers (1946) hired to finish off Burt Lancaster in his dingy lodgings. He was the corrupt state inspector Turck working for the syndicate in The Racket... See full bio »
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