In 1968, he starred in an unsold series pilot for ABC called "What's in It for Harry" about a tough adventurer living on the French Riviera who will do most anything for a buck. The pilot was produced by Roger and Gene Corman.
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[on the success of his movie Blackboard Jungle
(1955)] "Sure, the reviews were great...but you would've thought they'd picked me up out of an ashtray, and made me a star. Hell, I'd already done Shakespeare and Chekhov and all those other cats."
Personally thanked director John Landis
for the opportunity to star in Twilight Zone: The Movie
(1983). Morrow was excited about what turned out to be his final film, considering it a welcome change of pace from the myriad (and mostly-foreign) B-pictures he had been forced to fall back on during most of the 1970s.