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Born: March 10, 1911 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: actor

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Warner Anderson acted in several films per-year during much of the 1940s, frequently as a military man or other authority figure. This paved the way for the role of Lieutenant Ben Guthrie in "The Lineup," a cop drama that ran for a decade beginning in 1954, as well as co-starring parts in films such as "The Caine Mutiny," released in the same year, and the science fiction classic "Destination Moon." By the 1960s, Anderson was a regular on the small screen, appearing in the first 100-plus episodes of the popular evening soap "Peyton Place" as newspaper editor Matthew Swain, whose occasional lack of tact brings him many enemies.

Warner Anderson acted in several films per-year during much of the 1940s, frequently as a military man or other authority figure. This paved the way for the role of Lieutenant Ben Guthrie in "The Lineup," a cop drama that ran for a decade beginning in 1954, as well as co-starring parts in films such as "The Caine Mutiny," released in the same year, and the science fiction classic "Destination Moon." By the 1960s, Anderson was a regular on the small screen, appearing in the first 100-plus episodes of the popular evening soap "Peyton Place" as newspaper editor Matthew Swain, whose occasional lack of tact brings him many enemies.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Rio Conchos (1964) Colonel Wagner
2.
 Armored Command (1961) Lieutenant Colonel Wilson
3.
 The Lineup (1958) Lt. [Ben] Guthrie
4.
 A Lawless Street (1955) Hamer Thorne
5.
 Blackboard Jungle (1955) Dr. Bradley
6.
 The Violent Men (1955) Jim McCloud
7.
 The Yellow Tomahawk (1954) Major Ives
8.
 Drum Beat (1954) General Canby
9.
 The Caine Mutiny (1954) Capt. Blakely
10.
 City Story (1954) John McWilliams
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