biography

Born to an attorney and his wife on February 15, 1914, in Seattle, Washington, actor Kevin McCarthy's parents died during a flu epidemic in 1918. He and his siblings, including author Mary McCarthy, were sent to live with relatives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where they received poor treatment until moving in with their grandfather in Wisconsin. McCarthy first took an interest in acting while attending the University of Minnesota in the 1930s. A success in college productions, he moved to New York following graduation to pursue a career on the legitimate stage. McCarthy's first Broadway play was Abe Lincoln in Illinois, in which he had a supporting role. The play ran from 1938 to 1939, earning good notices. In 1941, he married stage and television actress Augusta Dabney. Not long after his marriage, with U.S. involvement in World War II McCarthy enlisted in the Army Air Force and became a military policeman. While in the service, he also had a role in Moss Hart's play Winged Victory produced by the Army Air Forces from 1943 to 1944. After his discharge in 1945, McCarthy returned to Broadway in several plays, and as early television programming began to ramp up in New York following World War II, he began taking roles on television. His first television appearance came in a January 1949 episode of The Ford Theatre Hour.

Kevin McCarthy

Mid 1950s studio portrait of Kevin McCarthy

His film career began with Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman (1951; with Fredric March and Cameron Mitchell), released by Columbia. McCarthy was nominated for an Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role. Strangely, however, after the film's release no other films came his way, so he continued acting on Broadway and on television for the next few years. With no other big pictures heading his way, McCarthy's next film was the noir thriller Drive a Crooked Road (1954; with Mickey Rooney), and he also acted in a couple of B westerns. His film career turned around in 1956, however. Shot for about $400,000 and released by Allied Artists, his role as Dr. Miles J. Bennell in the horror film Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956; with Dana Wynter and Carolyn Jones) was the one that ultimately put his film career on the map and is the role for which he is best remembered. Yet he acted in relatively few films until the early 1960s, when his first marriage soured. While a star in B movies, he usually landed supporting roles in A pictures, such as The Misfits (1961; with Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe), The Best Man (1964; with Henry Fonda and Cliff Robertson), and Hotel (1967; with Rod Taylor).

the films of kevin mccarthy

Death of a Salesman (1951)

Fredric March, Kevin McCarthy, Don Keefer, and Cameron Mitchell

With Fredric March, Don Keefer, and Cameron Mitchell in Columbia's adaptation of Arthur Miller's drama Death of a Salesman

Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951-1959 CBS TV Series)

Kevin McCarthy and K.T. Stevens

With K.T. Stevens in a 1954 episode of Schlitz Playhouse of Stars titled Midnight Haul

The Gambler from Natchez (1954)

Kevin McCarthy and Debra Paget

From the 20th Century Fox adventure The Gambler from Natchez with Debra Paget

An Annapolis Story (1955)

Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthy, Diana Lynn, and John Derek

LEFT: As Jim Scott in the Allied Artists drama An Annapolis Story. RIGHT: With Diana Lynn and John Derek

Stranger on Horseback (1955)

Kevin McCarthy and Emile Meyer

With Emile Meyer in the United Artists western Stranger on Horseback

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)

Dana Wynter and Kevin McCarthyKing Donovan, Dana Wynter, Carolyn Jones, and Kevin McCarthy

LEFT: From the classic science fiction flick Invasion of the Body Snatchers with Dana Wynter. RIGHT: With King Donovan, Dana Wynter, and Carolyn Jones

Nightmare (1956)

Kevin McCarthy, Virginia Christine, and Edward G. Robinson

With Virginia Christine and Edward G. Robinson in the noir release Nightmare

Diamond Safari (1958)

Kevin McCarthy

As Harry Jordan in the low-budget 20th Century Fox noir thriller Diamond Safari. Also pictured is Robert Bice

The Best Man (1964)

Henry Fonda, Lee Tracy, and Kevin McCarthy

Henry Fonda and Kevin McCarthy starred in Gore Vidal's political drama The Best Man, released by United Artists. Also pictured is veteran actor Lee Tracy, who reprised his role from the 1960 Broadway play of the same name

A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966)

Kevin McCarthy, John Qualen, Jason Robards, Charles Bickford, and Robert Middleton

With John Qualen, Jason Robards, Charles Bickford, and Robert Middleton in the Warner Bros. western comedy A Big Hand for the Little Lady

Hotel (1967)

Kevin McCarthy and Catherine Spaak

From the Warner Bros. drama Hotel with Catherine Spaak

Ace High (1968)

Kevin McCarthy

As Drake in the spaghetti western Ace High

If He Hollers, Let Him Go! (1968)

Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter, and Raymond St. Jacques

With Dana Wynter and Raymond St. Jacques in the interesting crime drama If He Hollers, Let Him Go!

The Hell with Heroes (1968)

Kevin McCarthy and Lew Brown

From the Universal drama The Hell with Heroes with Lew Brown

The Survivors (1969-1970 ABC Miniseries)

Lana Turner and Kevin McCarthy

McCarthy starred as Lana Turner's husband in Harold Robbins' The Survivors. This 15-episode drama was the first miniseries to air on television

Kansas City Bomber (1972)

Raquel Welch and Kevin McCarthy

With Raquel Welch in the MGM roller derby drama Kansas City Bomber

Piranha (1978)

Kevin McCarthy

As Dr. Robert Hoak in the New World horror flick Piranha

Hero at Large (1980)

Leonard Harris and Kevin McCarthy

From the MGM comedy Hero at Large with Leonard Harris

Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story (1987)

Kevin McCarthy and Farrah Fawcett

With Farrah Fawcett in the NBC made-for-TV biopic Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story

later years

McCarthy worked steadily in film and television for the remainder of his career, which spanned seven decades. In the late 1970s, he found work in several horror films, including Piranha (1978; with Bradford Dillman and Barbara Steele), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978; with Donald Sutherland), and The Howling (1981; with Dee Wallace and Patrick Macnee). Enjoying good health until his final days, he continued acting in films and television into his nineties. Sadly, Kevin McCarthy passed away on September 11, 2010 at age 96 of natural causes. He was survived by his second wife, Kate, along with three daughters, two sons, and a stepdaughter.

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filmography

FILM
The Ghastly Love of Johnny X (2011) with Will Keenan and Paul Williams
Wesley (2009) with Burgess Jenkins
Her Morbid Desires (2008) with Ronn Moss, Tippi Hedren, Robert Loggia, Barbara Steele, and William Smith
Trail of the Screaming Forehead (2007) with Daniel Roebuck
Slipstream (2007) with Anthony Hopkins
Fallen Angels (2006) with Michael Dorn, Bill Moseley, Adrianne Curry, Michael Berryman, and Ruth Buzzi
Loving Annabelle (2006) with Erin Kelly
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003) with Brendan Fraser, Jenna Elfman, Steve Martin, Timothy Dalton, Heather Locklear, Joan Cusack, Bill Goldberg, and Mary Woronov
Addams Family Reunion (1998) with Tim Curry, Daryl Hannah, Alice Ghostley, Ed Begley Jr., and Ray Walston
The Second Civil War (1997) with Beau Bridges, Joanna Cassidy, Phil Hartman, James Earl Jones, James Coburn, Dan Hedaya, Denis Leary, Ron Perlman, and Brian Keith
Mommy (1995) with Patty McCormack, Jason Miller, Brinke Stevens, Majel Barrett, and Mickey Spillane
Steal Big Steal Little (1995) with Andy Garcia and Alan Arkin
The Sister-in-Law (1995) with Kate Vernon, Shanna Reed, and Craig Wasson
Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story (1995) with Sherilyn Fenn, Katherine Helmond, and John Saxon
Just Cause (1995) with Sean Connery, Laurence Fishburne, Kate Capshaw, Blair Underwood, Ed Harris, Ruby Dee, Scarlett Johansson, Daniel J. Travanti, Ned Beatty, and Liz Torres
Roadracers (1994) with David Arquette and Salma Hayek
Greedy (1994) with Michael J. Fox, Kirk Douglas, Nancy Travis, Phil Hartman, Ed Begley Jr., and Bob Balaban
Judicial Consent (1994) with Bonnie Bedelia and Dabney Coleman
The Distinguished Gentleman (1992) with Eddie Murphy, Sheryl Lee Ralph, and Joe Don Baker
Duplicates (1992) with Gregory Harrison and Cicely Tyson
Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College (1991) with Patrick Labyorteaux, Jason Scott Lee, Matthew Lillard, and Griffin O'Neal
Dead on the Money (1991) with Corbin Bernsen, Amanda Pays, Eleanor Parker, and Sheree North
Final Approach (1991) with Hector Elizondo
The Rose and the Jackal (1990) with Christopher Reeve, Carrie Snodgress, and Jeff Corey
The Sleeping Car (1990) with David Naughton and Jeff Conaway
Love or Money (1990) with Tim Daly, Haviland Morris, Shelley Fabares, and David Doyle
UHF (1989) with 'Weird Al' Yankovic, Michael Richards, Anthony Geary, Gedde Watanabe, Billy Barty, John Paragon, and Fran Drescher
Fast Food (1989) with Michael J. Pollard, Jim Varney, and Traci Lords
Dark Tower (1989) with Michael Moriarty, Jenny Agutter, Carol Lynley, Theodore Bikel, and Anne Lockhart
Passion and Paradise (1989) with Armand Assante, Catherine Mary Stewart, Mariette Hartley, Michael Sarrazin, Rod Steiger, and Wayne Rogers
Once Upon a Texas Train (1988) with Willie Nelson, Richard Widmark, Shaun Cassidy, Chuck Connors, Ken Curtis, Stuart Whitman, and Angie Dickinson
The Long Journey Home (1987) with Meredith Baxter and David Birney
Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story (1987) with Farrah Fawcett, David Ackroyd, Bruce Davison, Anne Francis, and Tony Peck
Hostage (1987) with Wings Hauser and Karen Black
Innerspace (1987) with Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, Meg Ryan, and Henry Gibson
LBJ: The Early Years (1987) with Randy Quaid, Patti LuPone, and Morgan Brittany
Home (1987) with Max Gail, Tracy Nelson, and Barbara Baxley
A Masterpiece of Murder (1986) with Bob Hope, Don Ameche, Jayne Meadows, Yvonne De Carlo, Anne Francis, Stella Stevens, Frank Gorshin, and Anita Morris
The Midnight Hour (1985) with Shari Belafonte, LeVar Burton, Peter DeLuise, and Dedee Pfeiffer
Deadly Intentions (1985) with Michael Biehn, Cloris Leachman, and Cliff De Young
The Ratings Game (1984) with Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Gerrit Graham, Barry Corbin, and Huntz Hall
Invitation to Hell (1984) with Robert Urich, Joanna Cassidy, Susan Lucci, Patty McCormack, and Soleil Moon Frye
Making of a Male Model (1983) with Joan Collins, Jon-Erik Hexum, Roxie Roker, Arte Johnson, Ted McGinley, Jeff Conaway, and Robert Walker Jr.
Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) with Dan Aykroyd, Albert Brooks, and Vic Morrow
My Tutor (1983) with Caren Kaye, Matt Lattanzi, and Crispin Glover
Rosie: The Rosemary Clooney Story (1982) with Sondra Locke, Tony Orlando, John Karlen, Katherine Helmond, and Edson Stroll
The Howling (1981) with Dee Wallace, Patrick Macnee, Dennis Dugan, John Carradine, Slim Pickens, and Kenneth Tobey
Portrait of an Escort (1980) with Susan Anspach, Tony Bill, Cyd Charisse, Edie Adams, Mary Frann, and Lauri Hendler
Those Lips, Those Eyes (1980) with Frank Langella, Glynnis O'Connor, Tom Hulce, and Jerry Stiller
Hero at Large (1980) with John Ritter, Anne Archer, and Bert Convy
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) with Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, Jeff Goldblum, Veronica Cartwright, and Leonard Nimoy
Piranha (1978) with Bradford Dillman, Heather Menzies, Keenan Wynn, Dick Miller, Barbara Steele, and Paul Bartel
Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night (1977) with Susan Dey, John Vernon, Bernie Casey, Priscilla Pointer, Ray Buktenica, and Rhea Perlman
Exo-Man (1977) with David Ackroyd, A Martinez, Jose Ferrer, Harry Morgan, and Donald Moffat
Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (1976) with Paul Newman, Joel Grey, Harvey Keitel, Geraldine Chaplin, and Robert DoQui
Order to Assassinate (1975) with Helmut Berger and Jose Ferrer
Alien Thunder (1974) with Donald Sutherland
A Great American Tragedy (1972) with George Kennedy, Vera Miles, William Windom, James Woods, and Tony Dow
Kansas City Bomber (1972) with Raquel Welch and Jeanne Cooper
Richard (1972) with Vivian Blaine and John Carradine
Between Time and Timbuktu (1972) with Ray Goulding and Bob Elliott
The Last of the Powerseekers (1971) with Ralph Bellamy, George Hamilton, Lana Turner, and Jan-Michael Vincent
Ace High (1968) with Eli Wallach, Terence Hill, Bud Spencer, and Brock Peters
If He Hollers, Let Him Go! (1968) with Dana Wynter, Raymond St. Jacques, Barbara McNair, Arthur O'Connell, John Russell, Ann Prentiss, Royal Dano, and James Craig
The Hell with Heroes (1968) with Rod Taylor, Claudia Cardinale, Harry Guardino, Pete Duel, and William Marshall
Ghostbreakers (1967) with Kerwin Mathews, Diana Van der Vlis, Norman Fell, Larry Blyden, Richard Anderson, Michael Constantine, Margaret Hamilton, and Anne Jeffreys
Hotel (1967) with Rod Taylor, Catherine Spaak, Karl Malden, Melvyn Douglas, Merle Oberon, Richard Conte, Michael Rennie, and Sheila Bromley
A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966) with Henry Fonda, Joanne Woodward, Jason Robards, Burgess Meredith, and Virginia Gregg
The Three Sisters (1966) with Geraldine Page, Shelley Winters, Kim Stanley, and Sandy Dennis
Mirage (1965) with Gregory Peck, Diane Baker, Walter Matthau, Jack Weston, Leif Erickson, George Kennedy, and Robert H. Harris
The Best Man (1964) with Henry Fonda, Cliff Robertson, Edie Adams, Margaret Leighton, Shelley Berman, Lee Tracy, Ann Sothern, Gene Raymond, and Richard Arlen
The Prize (1963) with Paul Newman, Elke Sommer, Edward G. Robinson, Diane Baker, and Leo G. Carroll
An Affair of the Skin (1963) with Viveca Lindfors, Lee Grant, and Nancy Malone
A Gathering of Eagles (1963) with Rock Hudson, Rod Taylor, Barry Sullivan, Henry Silva, Robert Lansing, and Richard Anderson
40 Pounds of Trouble (1962) with Tony Curtis, Suzanne Pleshette, Larry Storch, Howard Morris, Edward Andrews, Stubby Kaye, Warren Stevens, Mary Murphy, Karen Steele, and Gregg Palmer
The Misfits (1961) with Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Montgomery Clift, Thelma Ritter, Eli Wallach, and Estelle Winwood
Diamond Safari (1958) with Robert Bice
Nightmare (1956) with Edward G. Robinson, Virginia Christine, and Rhys Williams
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) with Dana Wynter, King Donovan, Carolyn Jones, and Virginia Christine
An Annapolis Story (1955) with John Derek, Diana Lynn, Alvy Moore, and L.Q. Jones
Stranger on Horseback (1955) with Joel McCrea, John McIntire, John Carradine, and Nancy Gates
Satins and Spurs (1954) with Betty Hutton
The Gambler from Natchez (1954) with Dale Robertson, Debra Paget, and Woody Strode
Drive a Crooked Road (1954) with Mickey Rooney, Dianne Foster, Jack Kelly, Jerry Paris, and Paul Picerni
Death of a Salesman (1951) with Fredric March, Mildred Dunnock, and Cameron Mitchell

TELEVISION SERIES
The Colbys, 1985-1987 ABC TV series. McCarthy portrayed Lucas Carter from 1986 to 1987
Bay City Blues, 1983 NBC TV series. McCarthy portrayed George Hayward
Amanda's, 1983 ABC TV series. McCarthy portrayed Zack Cartwright
Flamingo Road, 1980-1982 NBC TV series. McCarthy portrayed Claude Weldon
The Survivors, 1969-1970 ABC miniseries. McCarthy portrayed Phillip Hastings

TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
Eyes, episode Trial, originally aired April 20, 2005
The District, episode The Real Terrorist, originally aired November 4, 2000
The District, episode Surveillance, originally aired October 28, 2000
The District, episode Worst Block, originally aired October 21, 2000
The Weird Al Show, episode Al Plays Hooky, originally aired November 8, 1997
Early Edition, episode The Jury, originally aired March 8, 1997
Boston Common, episode Coming Clean, originally aired November 20, 1996
Dream On, episode The Courtship of Martin's Father, originally aired September 14, 1994
Rebel Highway, episode Roadracers, originally aired July 7, 1994
Love & War, episode Friends and Relations, originally aired March 1, 1993
Tales from the Crypt, episode Curiosity Killed, originally aired September 16, 1992
Human Target, episode Going Home, originally aired August 22, 1992
Murder, She Wrote, episode Ever After, originally aired March 8, 1992
Charlie Hoover, episode Happy Anniversary, originally aired November 16, 1991
Charlie Hoover, episode Happy Birthday to Hugh, originally aired November 9, 1991
Father Dowling Mysteries, episode The Hardboiled Mystery, originally aired March 28, 1991
Murder, She Wrote, episode From the Horse's Mouth, originally aired February 24, 1991
The Golden Girls, episode The President's Coming! The President's Coming! Part 2, originally aired May 5, 1990
Matlock, episode The Fugitive, originally aired November 28, 1989
China Beach, episode Twilight, originally aired March 22, 1989
Simon & Simon, episode First, Let's Kill All the Lawyers, originally aired December 31, 1988
In the Heat of the Night, episode Pilot: Part 1, originally aired March 6, 1988
Head of the Class, episode Revenge of the Liberal, originally aired December 2, 1987
Mathnet, episode The Problem of the Dirty Money, originally aired February 23, 1987
Fame, episode To Tilt at Windmills, originally aired May 10, 1986
The Golden Girls, episode Second Motherhood, originally aired February 15, 1986
The A-Team, episode Members Only, originally aired January 28, 1986
Hotel, episode Second Offense, originally aired October 30, 1985
Scarecrow and Mrs. King, episode Over the Limit, originally aired October 7, 1985
Murder, She Wrote, episode Armed Response, originally aired March 31, 1985
Finder of Lost Loves, episode Surrogates, originally aired March 16, 1985
Dynasty, episode The Rescue, originally aired October 24, 1984
Dynasty, episode Fallon, originally aired October 17, 1984
Fantasy Island, episode Sweet Life/Games People Play, originally aired January 14, 1984
The Love Boat, episode Rhino of the Year/One Last Time/For Love or Money, originally aired October 22, 1983
The Oregon Trail, episode The Army Deserter, originally aired October 19, 1977
Hawaii Five-O, episode The Last of the Great Paperhangers, originally aired November 4, 1976
The Manhunter, episode To Kill a Tiger, originally aired February 26, 1975
Great Performances, episode The Seagull, originally aired January 5, 1975
Cannon, episode The Deadly Trail, originally aired October 16, 1974
Great Performances, episode In Fashion, originally aired March 20, 1974
Great Performances, episode June Moon, originally aired January 30, 1974
Columbo, episode Requiem for a Falling Star, originally aired January 21, 1973
Banacek, episode To Steal a King, originally aired November 15, 1972
Mission: Impossible, episode Invasion, originally aired November 13, 1971
Bearcats!, episode Conqueror's Gold, originally aired October 28, 1971
Medical Center, episode U.M.C., originally aired April 17, 1969
The F.B.I., episode Conspiracy of Silence, originally aired March 2, 1969
The High Chaparral, episode North to Tucson, originally aired November 8, 1968
The Name of the Game, episode Incident in Berlin, originally aired October 25, 1968
The Wild Wild West, episode The Night of the Doomsday Formula, originally aired October 4, 1968
Hawaii Five-O, episode Full Fathom Five, originally aired September 26, 1968
Judd for the Defense, episode You Remember Joe Maddox, originally aired March 22, 1968
Felony Squad, episode Image of Evil, originally aired February 29, 1968
Garrison's Gorillas, episode The Expendables, originally aired December 26, 1967
The Guns of Will Sonnett, episode Ride the Man Down, originally aired November 17, 1967
Judd for the Defense, episode Conspiracy, originally aired October 13, 1967
The F.B.I., episode Counter-Stroke, originally aired September 24, 1967
The Invaders, episode The Watchers, originally aired September 19, 1967
The Road West, episode Never Chase a Rainbow, originally aired March 6, 1967
Felony Squad, episode Between Two Fires, originally aired November 21, 1966
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, episode Crazier Than Cotton, originally aired October 12, 1966
12 O'Clock High, episode Massacre, originally aired September 16, 1966
The Legend of Jesse James, episode A Burying for Rosey, originally aired May 9, 1966
The Man from U.N.C.L.E., episode The Moonglow Affair, originally aired February 25, 1966
The F.B.I., episode The Spy-Master, originally aired February 6, 1966
The Fugitive, episode Wife Killer, originally aired January 11, 1966
Burke's Law, episode Terror in a Tiny Town: Parts 1 and , originally aired January 5 and 12, 1966
Honey West, episode The Gray Lady, originally aired December 10, 1965
Dr. Kildare, episode Believe and Live, originally aired April 22, 1965
Burke's Law, episode Who Killed Nobody Somehow?, originally aired March 31, 1965
The Doctors and the Nurses, episode White on White, originally aired May 14, 1964
Mr. Novak, episode Fare Thee Well, originally aired April 7, 1964
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, episode Beast in View, originally aired March 20, 1964
Burke's Law, episode Who Killed Madison Cooper?, originally aired January 24, 1964
Dr. Kildare, episode The Backslider, originally aired December 5, 1963
The Eleventh Hour, episode Cold Hands, Warm Heart, originally aired October 2, 1963
Breaking Point, episode Fire and Ice, originally aired September 30, 1963
Look Up and Live, episode Room for Death, originally aired February 24, 1963
The Defenders, episode The Hour Before Doomsday, originally aired February 9, 1963
The Rifleman, episode Suspicion, originally aired January 14, 1963
Going My Way, episode Ask Me No Questions, originally aired December 5, 1962
Armstrong Circle Theatre, episode Journey to Oblivion, originally aired June 6, 1962
Target: The Corruptors, episode Nobody Gets Hurt, originally aired June 1, 1962
The United States Steel Hour, episode Two Black Kings, originally aired March 21, 1962
The Rifleman, episode The Shattered Idol, originally aired December 4, 1961
Ben Casey, episode A Few Brief Lines for Dave, originally aired November 13, 1961
Great Ghost Tales, episode Lucy, originally aired July 13, 1961
'Way Out, episode The Overnight Case, originally aired June 16, 1961
Armstrong Circle Theatre, episode Moment of Panic, originally aired May 10, 1961
Twilight Zone, episode Long Live Walter Jameson, originally aired March 18, 1960
The DuPont Show with June Allyson, episode The Wall Between, originally aired December 7, 1959
Sunday Showcase, episode Murder and the Android, originally aired October 18, 1959
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Lottery for Revenge, originally aired May 30, 1958
Climax!, episode Deadly Climate, originally aired August 29, 1957
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Hands of the Enemy, originally aired August 9, 1957
G.E. True Theater, episode A Question of Survival, originally aired May 12, 1957
The Ford Television Theatre, episode Desperation, originally aired June 19, 1957
Kraft Theatre, episode The Medallion, originally aired April 3, 1957
Cavalcade of America, episode The Last Signer, originally aired April 2, 1957
Crossroads, episode Ice Cathedral, originally aired March 8, 1957
The 20th Century-Fox Hour, episode City in Flames, originally aired March 6, 1957
G.E. True Theater, episode The Doctors of Pawnee Kill, originally aired January 27, 1957
The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial, episode We Who Love Her, originally aired September 21, 1956
Telephone Time, episode The Key, originally aired July 15, 1956
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Weapon of Courage, originally aired June 29, 1956
Climax!, episode The Circular Staircase, originally aired June 21, 1956
Climax!, episode Flame-Out in T-6, originally aired May 17, 1956
Front Row Center, episode Instant of Truth, originally aired April 8, 1956
Star Stage, episode The Secret Place, originally aired March 23, 1956
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Moment of Triumph, originally aired December 2, 1955
Matinee Theatre, episode The Make Believe Mother, originally aired November 1, 1955
The Buick-Berle Show, episode State of Confusion, originally aired October 18, 1955
Star Tonight, episode You Need Me, originally aired February 3, 1955
Omnibus, episode Antigone, originally aired November 21, 1954
Schlitz Playhouse, episode Midnight Haul, originally aired November 12, 1954
Goodyear Playhouse, episode The Personal Touch, originally aired October 10, 1954
Goodyear Playhouse, episode Spring Reunion, originally aired April 11, 1954
Campbell Summer Soundstage, episode The Magnificent Lie, originally aired March 12, 1954
The United States Steel Hour, episode Highway, originally aired February 16, 1954
The Ford Television Theatre, episode Lucky Tommy Jordan, originally aired February 4, 1954
Inner Sanctum, episode The Stranger, originally aired January 9, 1954
Ponds Theater, episode Babylon Revisited, originally aired January 7, 1954
Danger, episode Letter of Thanks, originally aired August 18, 1953
Studio One in Hollywood, episode The King in Yellow, originally aired July 27, 1953
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse, episode Double Jeopardy, originally aired January 4, 1953
The Ford Television Theatre, episode Sunk, originally aired November 20, 1952
The Gulf Playhouse, episode Mr. Nothing, originally aired October 31, 1952
Lights Out, episode Death Is a Small Monkey, originally aired August 25, 1952
Studio One in Hollywood, episode Jane Eyre, originally aired August 4, 1952
Studio One in Hollywood, episode Shield for Murder, originally aired June 4, 1951
Studio One in Hollywood, episode Hangman's House, originally aired March 19, 1951
The Prudential Family Playhouse, episode Icebound, originally aired January 30, 1951
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse, episode The Power Devil, originally aired November 5, 1950
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse, episode Abe Lincoln in Illinois, originally aired October 20, 1950
The Prudential Family Playhouse, episode Biography, originally aired October 10, 1950
Studio One in Hollywood, episode Away from It All, originally aired September 25, 1950
The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse, episode Romeo and Juliet, originally aired May 15, 1949
Actor's Studio, episode I Can't Breathe, originally aired April 14, 1949
The Ford Theatre Hour, episode The Man Who Came to Dinner, originally aired January 16, 1949

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