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.
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[his half-joking aside to a PA, shortly before filming the fateful helicopter sequence for Twilight Zone: The Movie
(1983)] "How did I let them talk me into doing this scene? I should have asked for a stunt double."
Born on February 14, 1929, the same day as the infamous St. Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago, an event strongly associated with the Thompson submachine gun. As Sergeant Chip Saunders in "Combat!" (1962), he became an iconic figure also strongly associated with the Thompson submachine gun.