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Leake Bevil (1919–1997)

Leake Bevil was born on March 7, 1919 in Hardin County, Texas, USA as Andrew Leak Bevil. He was an actor, known for This Man Dawson (1959), Klondike (1960) and Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958). He died on August 7, 1997 in Travelers Rest, South Carolina, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

This Man Dawson
(1959)
Klondike
Klondike Actor
(1960)
Rawhide
Rawhide Ernie Nardoni
(1961)

Filmography

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 1961 Rawhide (TV Series)
Ernie Nardoni
- The Little Fishes (1961) ... Ernie Nardoni
 1960 Klondike (TV Series)
- Swoger's Mule (1960)
 1960 Wanted: Dead or Alive (TV Series)
Howie
- The Showdown (1960) ... Howie
 1959 Bat Masterson (TV Series)
Fred Starr / Johnny - Bartender
- Bat Plays a Dead Man's Hand (1959) ... Fred Starr
- Marked Deck (1959) ... Johnny - Bartender
 1959 Laramie (TV Series)
Canyon Rider
- Dark Verdict (1959) ... Canyon Rider
 1959 This Man Dawson (TV Series)
- The Assassin (1959)
 1959 Maverick (TV Series)
Pete
- A Tale of Three Cities (1959) ... Pete
 1959 Tombstone Territory (TV Series)
Townsman #2
- Surrender at Sunglow (1959) ... Townsman #2
 1959 Father Knows Best (TV Series)
Eggman
- The Ideal Father (1959) ... Eggman
 1958 Lawman (TV Series)
Townsman
- Wanted (1958) ... Townsman (uncredited)
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