Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Andrew Duggan Biography (1923-1988)
Born December 28, 1923, in Franklin, IN; died of throat cancer, May 15, 1988,in Westwood, CA; son of Edward Dean and Annette (Beach) Duggan; married Elizabeth Logue (a dancer), September 20, 1953; children: Richard, Nancy, Melissa.
- Birth Details
- December 28, 1923
- Franklin, Indiana, United States
- Death Details
- May 15, 1988
- Westwood, California, United States
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Patrolman, Hey Day, Shubert Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1947.
- doctor, The Rose Tattoo, Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, 1951.
- Mike Mooney, Paint Your Wagon, Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1952.
- Philip Mortimer, Gently Does It, Playhouse Theatre, New York City, 1953.
- Chris Steelman and Bud Walters, Anniversary Waltz, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1954.
- Captain Erskine Cooney, Fragile Fox, Belasco Theatre, New York City, 1954.
- Douglas Sayre, Third Best Sport, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1958.
- Also appeared in The Innocents, Playhouse Theatre, 1949.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- Mike Mooney, Paint Your Wagon, U.S. cities, 1952-53.
- Also Dream Girl, U.S. cities, 1947.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- Sheriff Swede Hansen, Decision at Sundown, Columbia, 1957.
- Wade Harrington, Domino Kid, Columbia, 1957.
- Browning, Three Brave Men, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1957.
- Padre, The Bravados, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1958.
- Murray Fallam, Return to Warbow, Columbia, 1958.
- Clay Putnam, Westbound, Warner Brothers, 1959.
- Doctor Chapman, The Chapman Report, Warner Brothers, 1962.
- Warden Cole, House of Women (also known as Ladies of the Mob), Warner Brothers, 1962.
- Major "Doc" Nemeny, Merrill's Marauders, Warner Brothers, 1962.
- Chief Dixon, Palm Springs Weekend, Warner Brothers, 1963.
- Alan W. Nichols, F.B.I. Code 98, Warner Brothers, 1964.
- Admiral Harlock, The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Warner Brothers, 1964.
- Colonel "Mutt" Henderson, Seven Days in May, Paramount, 1964.
- General McCabe, The Glory Guys, United Artists, 1965.
- President Trent, In Like Flint, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967.
- General Armstrong, The Secret War of Harry Frigg, Universal, 1968.
- Calloway, Skin Game, Warner Brothers, 1971.
- Commissioner Gaines, The Bears and I, Buena Vista, 1974.
- professor, It's Alive, Warner Brothers, 1974.
- Doctor Perry, It Lives Again (also known as It's Alive II), Warner Brothers, 1978.
- Lyndon B. Johnson, The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover, American International, 1978.
- Harmon, Doctor Detroit, Universal, 1983.
- the judge, A Return to Salem's Lot, Warner Brothers, 1987.
- Also appeared in Patterns (also known as Patterns of Power), United Artists, 1954; Allied Dolphin, 1964; Bone, Jack Harris Enterprises, 1972; and OneLast Ride, 1980.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Cal Calhoun, Bourbon Street Beat, ABC, 1959-60.
- George Rose, Room for One More, ABC, 1962.
- Brigadier General Ed Britt, Twelve O'Clock High, ABC, 1965-67.
- Murdoch Lancer, Lancer, CBS, 1968-70.
- MINI-SERIES Colonel Deiner, Rich Man, Poor Man, ABC, 1976.
- General McKelvey, Once an Eagle, NBC, 1976-77.
- President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Backstairs at the White House, NBC, 1979.
- Admiral Kimmel, The Winds of War, ABC, 1983.
- Also "The Saga of Andy Burnett," Disneyland, ABC, 1957-58.
- Alan Nichols, F.B.I. Code 98 (not broadcast), 1962.
- Donald Guthrie, "Corridor 400," The Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre, NBC, 1963.
- George Fleming, You're Only Young Twice, CBS, 1967.
- Owen Kerr, A Walk in the Night, CBS, 1968.
- Miller, Hawaii Five-O, CBS, 1968.
- John Walton, The Homecoming--A Christmas Story, CBS, 1971.
- Harrison Delando, Man on the Move (also known as Jigsaw), ABC, 1972.
- Captain A.R. Malone, The Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1972.
- Captain Jim Parr, Firehouse, ABC, 1973.
- Doctor McCabe, The Last Angry Man, ABC, 1974.
- Captain John Shannon, The Hunted Lady, NBC, 1977.
- Captain Ed Wilson, Pine Canyon Is Burning, NBC, 1977.
- Sheriff, Down Home, CBS, 1978.
- Sam Wiggins, The Long Days of Summer, ABC, 1980.
- Andrew McClelland, M Station: Hawaii, CBS, 1980.
- Mace Kaylor, Jake's Way, CBS, 1980.
- Edward Forbes, Momma the Detective, NBC, 1981.
- Red Dawson, "The Restless Guns," Schlitz Playhouse, CBS, 1957.
- Guthrie, "Eye for Eye," Suspicion, NBC, 1958.
- voice of Ernest Hemingway, "Hemingway," The Dupont Show of the Week, NBC,1961.
- Al "Howitzer" Houlihan, M*A*S*H, CBS, 1980.
- Johnny Cooper, Remington Steele, NBC, 1986.
- Also Andersen, The Fugitive, ABC; Beaumont, The Invaders, ABC; Great Adventure, CBS; The Kaiser Aluminum Hour, NBC; Kraft Suspense Theatre, NBC; Cannon, CBS; Hawaii Five-O, CBS; McMillan and Wife, NBC.
- William Forrest, The Forgotten Man, ABC, 1971.
- Burbaker, Two on a Bench, ABC, 1971.
- Congressman, Pueblo, ABC, 1973.
- General Maxwell D. Taylor, The Missiles of October, ABC, 1974.
- Harlan Jack Gardner, Panic on the 5:22, ABC, 1974.
- Inspector Ryder, Attack on Terror: The F.B.I. versus the Ku Klux Klan, CBS, 1975.
- Al Miller, The Deadliest Season, CBS, 1977.
- President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Tail Gunner Joe, NBC, 1977.
- President, A Fire in the Sky, NBC, 1978.
- Dugan, Overboard, NBC, 1978.
- Bean Worthington, The Time Machine, NBC, 1978.
- Judge Adamson, The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel, CBS, 1979.
- Dwight D. Eisenhower, J. Edgar Hoover, Showtime, 1987.
- Paul Jones, "The Cat and the Canary," The Dow Hour of Great Mysteries, NBC, 1960.
OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES:
- New York Times, May 18, 1988.
- [New York] Newsday, May 18, 1988.
- Variety, May 18, 1988.
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