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Andrew V. McLaglen (1920–2014)

Andrew V. McLaglen was born on July 28, 1920 in Wandsworth, London, England as Andrew Victor McLaglen. He was a director and assistant director, known for Have Gun - Will Travel (1957), Gunsmoke (1955) and McLintock! (1963). He was married to Sheila Greenan, Sarah G. 'Sally' Pierce, Veda Ann Borg and Marguerita 'Peggy' Harrison. He died on August ... See full bio »

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Have Gun - Will Travel
Gunsmoke Director
McLintock! Director
The Wild Geese
The Wild Geese Director


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 1986 On Wings of Eagles (TV Mini-Series) (2 episodes)
- Part II (1986)
- Part I (1986)
 1985 The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission (TV Movie)
 1983 Sahara
 1983 Travis McGee (TV Movie)
 1982 The Blue and the Gray (TV Mini-Series) (3 episodes)
- Part 3 (1982)
- Part 2 (1982)
- Part 1 (1982)
 1982 The Shadow Riders (TV Movie)
 1980 ffolkes
 1979 Breakthrough
 1978 Trail of Danger (TV Movie)
 1977 Murder at the World Series (TV Movie)
 1977 The Fantastic Journey (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Vortex (1977)
 1977 Code R (TV Series) (1 episode)
- High Adventure (1977)
 1976 Royce (TV Movie)
 1976 Banjo Hackett: Roamin' Free (TV Movie)
 1975 Mitchell
 1975 Stowaway to the Moon (TV Movie)
 1975 The Log of the Black Pearl (TV Movie)
 1974 Amy Prentiss (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1974 Hec Ramsey (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Scar Tissue (1974)
 1973-1974 Banacek (TV Series) (2 episodes)
 1971 Something Big
 1971 Fools' Parade
 1970 Chisum
 1968 Hellfighters
 1968 Bandolero!
 1967 The Way West
 1965 Shenandoah
 1965 Wagon Train (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Silver Lady (1965)
 1956-1965 Gunsmoke (TV Series) (96 episodes)
- Bank Baby (1965)
- Chicken (1964)
- Crooked Mile (1964)
- The Other Half (1964)
- The Warden (1964)
 1963-1964 The Lieutenant (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Tour of Duty (1964)
 1964 The Virginian (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1963 McLintock!
 1963 The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1957-1963 Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series) (116 episodes)
- Face of a Shadow (1963)
- Caravan (1963)
- The Burning Tree (1963)
- Brotherhood (1963)
 1961 Everglades (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1961 Gunslinger (TV Series) (5 episodes)
- Johnny Sergeant (1961)
- The Recruit (1961)
- Rampage (1961)
 1960 Freckles
 1957 The Abductors (as Andrew McLaglen)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Unsold pilot: Directed a western pilot titled "Royce," which starred Robert Forster as a cowboy helping a woman and her two children after they've been abandoned by her husband. Mary Beth Hurt and Terri Lynn Wood co-starred.

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Alternate Names:

Andrew McLaglen | Andy McLaglen


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In interviews with Christopher Frayling McLaglen rejected criticisms that he was no more than a journeyman director. He pointed out that he had kept the traditional Western alive, that he had revived the late careers of James Stewart and John Wayne and that he had reversed the previous stereotype of Native Americans. He liked Frayling's likening him to a figurative painter when everybody else had... See more »


Often directs John Wayne, James Stewart, and Harry Carey Jr.


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