Paul Richards


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All The Young Men (1950) - October 11, 1950 Wholly factual framing by writer-producer-director Hall Bartlett, for his fictional story and USMC unit, introducing top-billed Sidney Poitier and (co-producer) Alan Ladd, along wtih Charles Quinlivan, boxer Ingemar Johansson, comic Mort Sahl et al, camera by Daniel Fapp on location at Glacier National Park, opening All The Young Men, 1960.
All The Young Men (1960) - I'm A Madman Heavyweight champ Ingemar Johansson (as "Torgil") with a Swedish folk song, standup pioneer Mort Sahl (as "Crane") with a routine he must have written, bivouacked in a farmhouse with comrades (James Darren, Paul Richards, Glenn Corbett), in the Korean War drama All The Young Men, 1960.
All The Young Men (1960) - He's In Command Lt. Toland (Charles Quinlivan) about to expire, carried back by Sgt. Towler (Sidney Poitier), who he gives command over Sgt. Kincaid (co-producer Alan Ladd), southerner Bracken (Paul Richards) objecting, in the Korean War drama All The Young Men, 1960.
Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) - Get Out Of My Head! Poking around subterranean New York, astronaut Brent (James Franciscus) finds himself compelled to attack his native human friend Nova (Linda Harrison), the appearance of freaky Gregory Sierra, then Paul Richards, only sort-of explaining, in the sequel Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, 1970.
Kiss Me Deadly (1955) - Popcorn Ralph Meeker (as Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer) makes a buy from a street vendor (on Rampart Blvd. near downtown Los Angeles), already knowing he's being tailed by a goon (Paul Richards), in Robert Aldrich's cold-war crime thriller Kiss Me Deadly, 1955.
Tension At Table Rock - You Send Back The Body Opening scene, Wes Tancred (Richard Egan), whose partner/boss Sam (Paul Richards) killed a guy during the credits, gets pounced by his lusty wife Cathy (Angie Dickinson), then has to confront the man, in Tension At Table Rock, 1956.
Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, The - Serves Her Right Introduction of feuding knife thrower Rene (Paul Richards) and partner Yvonne (Allyn McLerie), Professor Dupin (Steve Forrest), fiancee` Jeannette (Patricia Medina) and student (Merv Griffin) in the audience, early in the Warner Bros. 3-D feature Phantom Of The Rue Morgue, 1954.
Houston Story, The - Birthmark Aspiring petroleum thief Duncan (Gene Barry) delivers vengeance for a friend to singer Zoe (Barbara Hale) then tangles with her racketeer boyfriend (Paul Richards) in William Castle's underworld drama The Houston Story, 1956.

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