Judge Clinton Sternwood
Dr. Williams / Holsang
Sam / Hallucinating Man
Dr. Frank Jefferson
Owen (segment "I'll Never Leave You - Ever")
Sal Sachese (scenes deleted)
Rory Luken / Henry Mather / Watney / ...
Jess Buford / Newman
Death Valley Days
Aaron Winters / Andrew Bonney / Hannibal McCall / ...
The Big Valley
Rufus Morton / Jesse Bleeck / The Vet / ...
John Maddox / Matty Brenner
... Matty Brenner
Matt Jeffers / Hank Penn / Jason Ganther
Uncle Dell Benton / Daniels / Faraway McPhail / ...
Sam Wentworth / Mr. Teisner / Jeb Newton / ...
John Bouchette / Boone Caulder
Reverend Jamison / Able 'Abe' Lincoln / Aaron Wingate / ...
Ben Crowe / Amos Cooper
Doctor / Sergeant
Abraham Lincoln (segment "Mr. Lincoln") / Abraham Lincoln (segment "Lincoln Part V: Ann Rutledge") / Abraham Lincoln (segment "Lincol Part IV: New Salem") / ...
- Mr. Lincoln
... Abraham Lincoln (segment "Mr. Lincoln")
Strang / Barney the Bookie / Lucky / ...
Four Twelves Are 48. Comedy. Written by Joseph Kesselring
. Scenic Design by Raymond Sovey. Directed by Otto Preminger
. 48th Street Theatre: 17 Jan 1951- 18 Jan 1951 (2 performances). Cast: Pat Crowley (as "Dorothy Bawke"), Royal Dano
(as "Joe Hungry Horse"), Ludwig Donath (as "Anton"), Jane Du Frayne (as "Philippa Bawke"), ...
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Did You Know?
A supporting actor only has to work that much harder, carefully planning his or her performance to enhance the entire storyline and star players.
Began his performing career as a part of the US Army's 44th Special Service Provisional Company during World War II.
Deep croaky voice