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Cliff Ketchum

Clifford Gordon Ketchum was born on January 20, 1918 in Aston, Monoma County, Iowa, USA. He was the son of Arthur Leslie Antil and Dorothy Nelson Ketchum. As a part-time actor he appeared in two 1959 movies (Pork Chop Hill and The Young Land) and from 1957 to 1965 in three television series (once on 77 Sunset Strip and three times each on Tales of... See full bio »

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Known For

Pork Chop Hill
Pork Chop Hill Cpl. Payne (radio operator)
(1959)
The Young Land
The Young Land Deputy Marshal Ben Stroud
(1959)
Gunsmoke
Gunsmoke Cowboy / Nightshirt / Teller
(1959-1965)
Tales of Wells Fargo
Tales of Wells Fargo Corpus Christi Driver / Frank / Townsman
(1957-1959)

Filmography

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 1959-1965 Gunsmoke (TV Series)
Teller / Nightshirt / Cowboy
- Bank Baby (1965) ... Teller
- Cherry Red (1960) ... Nightshirt
- Jayhawkers (1959) ... Cowboy
 1960 77 Sunset Strip (TV Series)
The Man
- The Silent Caper (1960) ... The Man
 1959 Pork Chop Hill
Cpl. Payne (radio operator)
 1959 The Young Land
Deputy Marshal Ben Stroud
 1957-1959 Tales of Wells Fargo (TV Series)
Frank / Corpus Christi Driver / Townsman
- Wild Cargo (1959) ... Frank
- Laredo (1957) ... Corpus Christi Driver
- Apache Gold (1957) ... Townsman
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Trivia:

Cliff Ketchum's son, Patrick Ketchum, stated on a 2009 online forum that before the San Fernando Saddlery closed in 1967 his father was working on a saddle for John Wayne. It was claimed by his son that his father's saddles were so comfortable theta they enabled one to ride all day without becoming saddle sore. See more »

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