U.S. Sen. Reeves / Keith Zagner / Chick Thomas / ...
Bruno / Sweeney
- Set Up
... Eddie Miller
Mendoza / Shako / Marty Mauritany / ...
General Tom Luker
Elton Ferris / Theodore 'Ted' Berringer, Sr. / Mel Grayson
Sgt. Driscoll / August Tavormina
... August Tavormina
Bickford / General James Wilkerson / Dull Knife
Judge Seth Tabor / Frank Scott / Mel Barnes / ...
Judson Burnett / Thompson
Sgt. Tom Akers / Pvt. Clawson
Carl Mandee / Miguel / Jim Nation / ...
Sheriff Blaine / Bolivar Jagger
District Attorney / Assistant District Attorney Murphy / District Attorney Gardella
Russ Bogan / Pete 'The Persuader' Kalmisky / Joe Palakopolous aka Mr. Pal
... Pete 'The Persuader' Kalmisky
Alonzo Galezio / Col. Vasily
Capt. Mike Caldwell / Howard Walters
Martin 'Mugsy' Heidel
Sgt. Steve Necclo / Lieutenant
Angela. Comedy. Written by Sumner Arthur Long
. Scenic Design by Robert Randolph. Directed by Jack Ragotzy
. Music Box Theatre: 30 Oct 1969- 1 Nov 1969 (4 performances + 4 previews). Cast: Geraldine Page
(as "Angela Palmer"), Simon Oakland
(as "Brian Palmer"), Tom Ligon (as "Jeff Dolan"), Angelo Mango (as "T.V. Repairman"), ...
Si Oakland | Sy Oakland
6' (1.83 m)
Did You Know?
He went on to play a long series of tough guy types, usually on the right side of the law (or in positions of authority), most notably in Psycho
(1960), West Side Story
(1961) and as Antonio Vincenzo (Kolchak's boss) in the sci-fi TV series Kolchak: The Night Stalker
(1974). A gifted actor, he often accepted roles that were inferior to his acting ability and often played on type rather than ...