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Guy Madison

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Also Known As: Died: February 6, 1996
Born: January 19, 1922 Cause of Death: complications from emphysema
Birth Place: Pumpkin Center, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1942:
Enlisted in the Navy; served during WWII
1944:
Made feature film debut while still in uniform in a supporting role in "Since You Went Away"
1946:
First leading role in a feature, "Till the End of Time", opposite Dorothy McGuire and Robert Mitchum
1948:
First feature Western, "Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven"; was also first film in which he received top billing
1951:
Starred in the title role of the syndicated Western TV series, "Wild Bill Hickok"
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Also starred in a radio program in which he played Wild Bill Hickok
1960:
Last US feature for a number of years, "Jet Over the Atlantic"
1960:
Began making films, mostly Westerns and other action fare, exclusively in Europe, primarily Italy, for over a decade
1970:
One of latest Italian credits, "This Man Can't Die"
1978:
Played a large supporting role in the US feature film, "Where's Willie?"
1979:
Appeared in the ABC variety compilation special, "When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion", a salute to Western series during the early years of television
1988:
Played a supporting role in the CBS TV-movie, "Red River", a remake of the classic 1948 Howard Hawks Western feature
1989:
Played a supporting role in the action feature, "Stickfighter"

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