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  • A Forgotten man

    • Mark Ridley
    • 2016-06-14

    While I've seen this actor (James Millican) in countless movies and TV programs, it's his voice that's unforgettable and unmistakable. I was watching an old flick from 1955 "Fighting Man of the Plains" - starring Randolph Scott - when he appeared on the screen. I stopped watching the movie and decided to find out WHO that actor was. Sad to say, there is very little info on this actor who is so well-known to millions! Just another of those who flew under the radar - and not a word about how he died at 45. Wikipedia doesn't even have a picture of him. That's really sad. In the last few years, I've taken it upon myself to seek out many of these fine actors who we grew up watching and yet never knew their names. I'll remember his name from now on - JAMES MILLICAN.

  • Doppelganger?

    • John
    • 2016-02-05

    He sure looked and sounded like Louis Jean Heydt and played same kind of roles.

  • why wasn't this guy more famous?

    • andrew barborak
    • 2009-05-26

    I've seen guy in a million movies and never knew his name. Just read his limited bio and there is no reason for cause of death. It seems there are many fine actors who have a long career but fly just under the radar of being notice.

  • Sometimes It's in the Voice

    • Bill Roberts
    • 2008-10-02

    His unique voice (and good looks) made a definite contribution to his own character as well as the atmosphere in each of the movies of his that I've seen. A voice such as he had could add as much to the enjoyment of a movie as a great musical score.

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