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Bud Furillo (1925–2006)

Bud Furillo was born on August 19, 1925 in Hubbard, Ohio, USA as Frank Furillo. He was an actor and writer, known for Brian's Song (1971), ESPN SportsCentury (1999) and Gunsmoke (1955). He died on July 18, 2006 in Ojai, California, USA. See full bio »


(age 80) in Ojai, California, USA

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Brian's Song
Brian's Song Reporter #2
ESPN SportsCentury
Gunsmoke Writer
Batman Reporter


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 1972 Banacek (TV Series)
2nd Reporter
- Let's Hear It for a Living Legend (1972) ... 2nd Reporter
 1971 Brian's Song (TV Movie)
Reporter #2
 1967 Batman (TV Series)
- A Riddling Controversy (1967) ... Reporter
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 1963 Gunsmoke (TV Series) (based on a story by - 1 episode)
- With a Smile (1963) ... (based on a story by)
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 2004 ESPN 25: Who's #1? (TV Series documentary)
- Greatest Coaches (2004) ... Himself
 2000-2003 ESPN SportsCentury (TV Series documentary)
- John Wooden (2003) ... Himself
- Bill Walton (2000) ... Himself
- Jim Thorpe (2000) ... Himself
- Muhammad Ali (2000) ... Himself

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Known as "the Steamer" because his lively sports column was called "The Steam Room," He began his newspaper career in 1947 as a copy boy at the Los Angeles Herald-Express, which in 1962 merged with the Examiner and became the Herald Examiner. Furillo was sports editor of the Herald Examiner from 1964 to 1974. See more »


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