... Army Armstrong
Judge Donald Powell
- Part V
... Will Milford
... Gen. Coogan
Clark / Father Abbott / Colin McNulty / ...
Carmine Sandell / Andrew Mills
Storekeeper / Hode Embry / Tate
Raymond Wheelock / Mr. Taylor / Farmer
Police Chief Vernon
Rev. Walker / Bob Lachlan / Dr. Linkram / ...
Jacob Crane / John Prysock / Burke / ...
Aaron Johannes (uncredited)
Judge Taylor / Judge Simms / Capt. Arnholt / ...
The Sheriff (segment "The Phantom Farmhouse")
Men at Law
Judge Carp / Judge Hemming
Jake Peterson / Clint Fraser / Boone Sawyer
Jonas Wilkes / John Gist / Matawa
Amos Wardlow / Marcus Van Owen / Sheriff / ...
The Wild Wild West
Adm. Charles Hammond / Pa Garrison / Hellfire Simon
Gen. Jonathan Blaine / George Grundy
... George Grundy
Capt. Robert R. Foster (uncredited)
Dr. Fisher / Randolph Cartwell / Harry Trilling / ...
Col. Hart / Broken Bow / Sheriff
Dr. Walter Untermeyer / Dr. Andy Meadows
John Donati (uncredited)
Ship's Captain (uncredited)
Appeared (as "First Customer" / "John B. Sherman") in "The Wanhope Building" on Broadway. Fantasy. Written by John Finch. Directed by Brett Warren. Princess Theatre: 9 Feb 1947-16 Feb 1947 (5 performances). Cast: Frieda Altman
(as "Madam Endor"), Martin Balsam
(as "Eddie"), Margaret Barker, Courtney Burr
(as "Sleeping Drunk" / ...
6' 3" (1.91 m)
Did You Know?
Tended beehives at his Malibu ranch house in later years. He owned his own solar heater and earned the nickname "The Wizard" from neighborhood children. At age 90 he was breeding birds and won trophies from several Southern California competitions.