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Tex Morton (I) (1916–1983)

Tex Morton was born on August 30, 1916 in Nelson, New Zealand as Robert William Lane. He was an actor, known for Stir (1980), Goodbye Paradise (1983) and We of the Never Never (1982). He died on July 22, 1983 in St. Leonards, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. See full bio »

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Known For

Stir The Govenor
Goodbye Paradise
We of the Never Never
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 1983 Goodbye Paradise
Godfrey (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
 1983 Waterloo Station (TV Series)
Harry McDowell (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
 1982 We of the Never Never
 1980 Stir
The Govenor (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
 1978 Case for the Defence (TV Series)
Rupe Case
- Second Time Around (1978) ... Rupe Case (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
- The Man Who Died Twice (1978) ... Rupe Case (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
- The Family Way (1978) ... Rupe Case (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
- Case for the Defence (1978) ... Rupe Case (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
- A Plea of Insanity (1978) ... Rupe Case (as Robert 'Tex' Morton)
 1977 Glenview High (TV Series)
- The Cheat (1977) ... Grant
 1975-1976 Matlock Police (TV Series)
Horrie Day / Prad Smith
- No Problems (1976) ... Horrie Day
- Galloping Prad Smith (1975) ... Prad Smith
- Like Fred (1975) ... Horrie Day
 1976 Rate of Exchange (Short)
 1975 Homicide (TV Series)
Mr. Watson
- The Egotist (1975) ... Mr. Watson
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 2013/I Tracks (arranger: "Weeping Willow Tree") / (performer: "Weeping Willow Tree")
 1973 The Graham Kennedy Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 15 May 1973 (1973) ... (performer: "The Goondiwindi Grey (The Gunsynd Song)", "National Anthem No. 5 (the Australian Song)")
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 1973 The Graham Kennedy Show (TV Series)
- Episode dated 15 May 1973 (1973) ... Himself

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Alternate Names:

Robert 'Tex' Morton

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