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Also Known As: Died: December 1, 2005
Born: Cause of Death: complications following a stroke
Birth Place: Lyndon, Kansas, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Child's Play (1988) as Dr Ardmore
Police shoot and kill a convicted strangler after cornering him in a toy store. As the man is dying, he transfers his soul into a doll.
Incredible Hulk Returns, The (1988) as Jack Mcgee
A sequel continuing the story that was developed in the TV series "The Incredible Hulk," which ran on CBS from March 1978 to June 1982. The telefilm teams the Hulk with the ancient Viking thunder god Thor, to foil a plot hatched up by a group of power-hungry industrialists.
Spell, The (1977) as Dale Boyce
A study in the occult with more than a passing similarity to Brian de Palma's "Carrie" (1977). An overweight teenager, taunted by schoolmates and unloved at home, turns her supernatural powers on her tormentors.
Benny & Barney: Las Vegas Undercover (1977) as Lieutenant Callan
Two undercover cops find their avocation -- a musical act -- helpful in tapping informants on the Las Vegas Strip regarding the alleged kidnapping of a top entertainer. This pilot was for a series that never materialized. Original title (until eve of premiere): "Benny and Barney, The Aristocrats."
Exoman (1977) as Martin
This pilot movie for a proposed series is about a professor, paralyzed in an attack by syndicate hit-men, who creates an exo-suit to make him mobile again -- and superhuman.
Incredible Hulk, The (1977) as Jack Mcgee
The comic-book tale of the mild-mannered scientist who accidentally gains the secret to superhuman strength that manifests itself when he becomes enraged. This was the pilot for the popular TV series that began in the spring of 1978.
Return of the Incredible Hulk, The (1977) as Jack Mcgee
This second pilot to the subsequent series that began in March, 1978 and continued somewhat intermittently through the spring of 1982 (87 episodes) offered the further adventures of the Marvel Comics-created scientist who, as it was described, "conducted radiation experiments that turned him into a
Embryo (1976) as Dr Wiston
A scientist doing experiments on a human fetus discovers a method to accelerate the fetus into a mature adult in just a few days. However, the "adult" fetus turns into a homicidal psycho and looks for a new formula to prevent her from aging further.
Amelia Earhart (1976) as Wilmer Stultz
An ambitious movie biography of the famed aviatrix and her marriage to a noted publisher. Emmy nominations went to Susan Clark as Best Actress, Susan Oliver as Best Supporting Actress, and William Tuntke and Richard Freedman for their art direction and set decoration.
Rooster Cogburn (1975) as Red--Hawk Gang Member
An aging U.S. Marshal and a minister's daughter join forces to catch a band of outlaws.
Crazy World of Julius Vrooder, The (1974) as Detective
After returning home, a Vietnam veteran lives in the psychiatric ward on the V.A. hospital, because he cannot cope with the craziness of the world.
Hurricane (1974) as Newscaster
In this film hurricane hunters Hagman and Milner are in a desperate race to avoid disaster as a violent storm threatens to devastate a Gulf Coast town.
Terminal Man, The (1974) as Detective
As the result of a head injury, brilliant computer scientist Harry Benson begins to experience violent seizures. In an attempt to control the seizures, Benson undergoes a new surgical procedure in which a microcomputer is inserted into his brain. The procedure is not entirely successful.
Scorpio (1973) as Thief
A CIA hit man is stalked by a former partner when the agency turns on him.
Jeremiah Johnson (1972) as Lieutenant Mulvey
An ex-soldier moves to the Colorado wilderness but cannot escape civilization.
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) as Pimp
A self-appointed judge cleans up a corrupt western town twice.
Hickey & Boggs (1972) as [Al] Shaw
Two veteran private eyes trigger a criminal reign of terror with their search for a missing girl.
Footsteps (1972) as Crowther
A win-or-else coach, hired to whip a small college football team into shape, finds himself in trouble with professional gamblers who plan to set the odds of the squad's success.
Monte Walsh (1970) as Card cheat
An aging cowboy faces changes in the West with the rise of civilization.
Viva Max! (1969) as Garcia
When his girlfriend tells him that his men wouldn't follow him to a house of ill repute, Max, a general in the Mexican army decides to perform some great act of heroism. He takes his men over the border into Texas and re-captures the Alamo. This upsets the Texans greatly. The Texas National Guard is sent to retake the mission. Normally this would be easy as Max's men have left all of their ammunition back in Mexico, but the State department insists that no one be killed and so the National Guard also goes in with unloaded weapons.
How Sweet It Is! (1968) as Assistant chief
Photographer Grif Henderson is assigned a photo shoot in Paris. He decides to take his wife, Jenny, and his hippie son, Davey, with him on the shoot. Everything gets mucked up when she rents a house that unknowingly belongs to a French lawyer. She must fend off his charms and stay true to Grif. Meanwhile, Grif tries to stay faithful to Jenny while on the shoot.

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