William Lundigan


Actor
William Lundigan

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Where Angels Go ... Trouble Follows! (1968)
Mr. Clancy
The Way West (1967)
Michael Moynihan
The Underwater City (1962)
Bob Gage
Riders to the Stars (1954)
Richard Stanton
The White Orchid (1954)
Robert Burton
Terror Ship (1954)
Peter Duncan
Serpent of the Nile (1953)
Lucilius
Inferno (1953)
Joseph Duncan
Down Among the Sheltering Palms (1953)
Capt. Bill Willoby
The House on Telegraph Hill (1951)
Major Marc Bennett
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951)
William Asbury Thompson
Love Nest (1951)
Jim Scott
Elopement (1951)
Matt Reagan
Mother Didn't Tell Me (1950)
Dr. William Wright
I'll Get By (1950)
William Spencer
Follow Me Quietly (1949)
Lt. Harry Grant
State Department File 649 (1949)
Ken [R. Seeley]
Pinky (1949)
Dr. Thomas Adams
The Inside Story (1948)
Waldo Williams
Mystery in Mexico (1948)
Steve [Hastings]
Dishonored Lady (1947)
Jack Garet
The Fabulous Dorseys (1947)
Bob Burton
With the Marines at Tarawa (1944)
Narrator
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case (1943)
Alvin F. Peterson
Salute to the Marines (1943)
Rufus Cleveland
Northwest Rangers (1943)
James Kevin Gardiner
Headin' for God's Country (1943)
Michael Banyan
The Courtship of Andy Hardy (1942)
Jeff Willis
Andy Hardy's Double Life (1942)
Jeff Willis
The Bugle Sounds (1942)
Joe Hanson
Sunday Punch (1942)
Ken Burke
Apache Trail (1942)
Tom Folliard
Sailors on Leave (1941)
Chuck Stephens
A Shot in the Dark (1941)
Peter Kennedy
The Case of the Black Parrot (1941)
Jim Moore
Highway West (1941)
Dave Warren
The Great Mr. Nobody (1941)
Richard Amesworth
International Squadron (1941)
Lt. Rog Wilkins
The Sea Hawk (1940)
Danny Logan
The Fighting 69th (1940)
Timmy Wynn
Three Cheers for the Irish (1940)
[Michael] Flaherty
Santa Fe Trail (1940)
Bob Halliday
The Man Who Talked Too Much (1940)
Johnny Forbes
East of the River (1940)
Nick Lorenzo
Dodge City (1939)
Lee Irving
The Old Maid (1939)
Lanning Halsey
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939)
Richard [Watkins]
The Forgotten Woman (1939)
Terrence Kennedy
They Asked for It (1939)
Steve Lewis
Legion of Lost Flyers (1939)
Ralph Perry
The Jury's Secret (1938)
Announcer
Sinners in Paradise (1938)
Offstage radio announcer
The Black Doll (1938)
Rex Leland
Danger on the Air (1938)
Dave Chapman
State Police (1938)
Private Smith
Freshman Year (1938)
Bob [Potter]
The Missing Guest (1938)
Larry Deardon
Wives Under Suspicion (1938)
Phil
Reckless Living (1938)
Stanley Shaw
The Crime of Doctor Hallet (1938)
Letter of Introduction (1938)
Westbound Limited (1937)
Dispatcher
That's My Story (1937)
Howard Fields
The Lady Fights Back (1937)
Doug McKenzie
Prescription for Romance (1937)
Officer
A Girl with Ideas (1937)
Herman
Armored Car (1937)

Cast (Short)

Service with the Colors (1940)

Life Events

Photo Collections

Inferno (1953) - Lobby Card Set
Inferno (1953) - Lobby Card Set
Pinky - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Pinky (1949), starring Jeanne Craine and Ethel Waters. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.

Videos

Movie Clip

Follow Me Quietly (1949) - They're Twins With Two Heads Discouraged cop Grant (William Lundigan) is moderately surprised to see Ann (Dorothy Patrick), reporter for a low-rent crime magazine, spicily dressed and awaiting him in his apartment, and decides to test her determination, in Follow Me Quietly, 1949, directed by Richard Fleischer, from a script originated by Anthony Mann.
Follow Me Quietly (1949) - Editor Lives To Tell Taking a new call on their current case, we learn here that “The Judge” is a serial killer, as cops Grant and Collins (William Lundigan, Jeff Corey) arrive to interrogate newspaper editor McGill (Frank Ferguson), who recounts his attack, in Follow Me Quietly, 1949.
Love Nest (1951) - Your Ancestors Had Excellent Taste First meeting of Frank Fay (as Paterson, though he went by another name at his previous residence) with William Lundigan and June Haver (as returned veteran Jim and wife Connie), his prospective landlords, in post-WWII Manhattan, in Love Nest, 1951, from a novel by Scott Corbett and script by I.A.L. Diamond.
Love Nest (1951) - Are You The Janitor's Wife? Novice Manhattan landlord Connie (June Haver) greets Roberta, a.k.a. “Bobbie” (Marilyn Monroe, her first scene), war-buddy of her returned-veteran husband Jim (William Lundigan) who earlier did, in fact, start to mention her gender, in 20th Century-Fox’s Love Nest, 1951.
Inferno (1953) - It's Not Like Killing Him Exactly Opening from director Roy Baker and Frank Cockrell’s original screenplay, much to be inferred as William Lundigan and Rhonda Fleming undertake suspicious activities in the Mojave, in the 20th Century-Fox 3-D Technicolor Western-Noir-Thriller hybrid Inferno, 1953, also starring Robert Ryan.
Inferno (1953) - Made To Order Introduction of Larry Keating as Emory, manager of Carson enterprises, on the phone, who has no idea that secret lovers Gerry (Rhonda Fleming) and Joe (William Lundigan) have seized the unexpected opportunity to leave her husband and their boss (Robert Ryan) to die in the desert, early in Inferno, 1953.
Pinky (1949) - There's An Old Colored Woman Returning to her black grandmother's home in the woods outside an unidentified Southern town, private nurse Jeanne Crain (title character) is surprised to meet fianceè Tom (William Lundigan), and decides to reveal her secret, in Elia Kazan's Pinky, 1949.
Dodge City (1939) - Broad Plain By Now Dr. Irving (Henry Travers) updates mother Irving (Georgia Caine) on the cattle drive where her kids Lee (William Lundigan) and Abbie (Olivia de Havilland) are headaches for Hatton (Errol Flynn) and Rusty (Alan Hale), in Dodge City, 1939.
Wives Under Suspicion (1938) - It Must Be Sensational Oft-forgotten spouse Lucy (Gail Patrick) with friends Phil (William Lundigan) and Elizabeth (Constance Moore) plotting the vacation, while prosecutor husband Jim (Warren William) conspires with secretary "Sharpie" (Cecil Cunningham) to get away, in James Whale's Wives Under Suspicion, 1932.
Santa Fe Trail (1940) - Bloody Kansas En route to their post in the divided territory, West Point graduates Jeb Stuart (Errol Flynn) and George Custer (Ronald Reagan) joust over Kit (Olivia de Havilland), while Oliver Brown (Alan Baxter), son of the firebrand, courts trouble, in Warner Bros.' Santa Fe Trail, 1940.

Bibliography