Harry Dean Stanton filmography

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Stanton in 2006

The following is the complete filmography of American actor Harry Dean Stanton (July 14, 1926 – September 15, 2017).


Year Title Role Notes
1956 Revolt at Fort Laramie Rinty Uncredited
The Wrong Man The Department of Corrections Employee Uncredited
1957 Tomahawk Trail Private Miller Credited as Dean Stanton
1958 The Proud Rebel[1] Jeb Burleigh Credited as Dean Stanton
Voice in the Mirror Hysterical Patient In Psychiatric Ward Uncredited
1959 Pork Chop Hill[1] U.S. Soldier With BAR Uncredited
The Jayhawkers![1] Deputy Smallwood Uncredited
A Dog's Best Friend[1] Roy Janney Credited as Dean Stanton
1960 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn[1] The Slave Catcher Credited as Dean Stanton
1962 Hero's Island[1] Dixey Gates Credited as Dean Stanton
How the West Was Won[1] Gant Henchman Uncredited
1963 The Man from the Diners' Club Poetry-Reciting Beatnik Uncredited
1966 Ride in the Whirlwind[1] Dick "Blind Dick" Credited as Dean Stanton
1967 A Time for Killing Sergeant Dan Way Credited as Dean Stanton
The Hostage Eddie Credited as Dean Stanton
Cool Hand Luke[1] "Tramp" Credited as Dean Stanton
1968 Day of the Evil Gun[1] Sergeant Parker Credited as Dean Stanton
The Mini-Skirt Mob[1] "Spook"
1969 Lanton Mills Lanton Short film
1970 The Rebel Rousers[1] Randolph Halverson Credited as Dean Stanton
Kelly's Heroes[1] Willard Credited as Dean Stanton
1971 Two-Lane Blacktop[1] Oklahoma Hitchhiker Credited as H.D. Stanton
What's the Matter with Helen?[1] Malcolm Hays
1972 Cisco Pike[1] Jesse Dupre Credited as H.D. Stanton
Cry for Me, Billy Luke Todd
1973 Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid[1] Luke
Dillinger[1] Homer Van Meter
1974 Where the Lilies Bloom[1] Kiser Pease
Zandy's Bride[1] Songer
Cockfighter[1] Jack Burke
Win, Place or Steal[1] Jack
The Godfather Part II[1] F.B.I. Man #1
1975 Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins[1] Billy Winston
Rancho Deluxe Curt
The Fortune Prisoner In Holding Cell Uncredited
Farewell, My Lovely[1] Detective Billy Rolfe
92 in the Shade[1] Carter
1976 The Missouri Breaks[1] Calvin
1978 Renaldo and Clara[1] Lafkezio
Straight Time[1] Jerry Schue
Up in Smoke Police Officer Scenes deleted
1979 Wise Blood[1] Asa Hawks
Alien[1] Samuel Brett DVDX Award for Best Audio Commentary (New for DVD)[2]
The Rose[1] Billy Ray
1980 Death Watch Vincent Ferriman
The Black Marble[1] Philo Skinner
Private Benjamin[1] First Sergeant Jim Ballard
1981 Escape from New York[1] Harold "Brain" Hellman
1982 One from the Heart Moe
Young Doctors in Love[1] Dr. Oliver Ludwig
1983 Christine[1] Detective Rudy Junkins
1984 Repo Man[1] Bud
Paris, Texas[1] Travis Henderson
The Bear[1] Coach Thomas
Red Dawn[1] Tom Eckert
1985 The Care Bears Movie[1] Brave Heart Lion Singing voice
UFOria[1] Brother Bud Sanders
One Magic Christmas[1] Gideon
Fool for Love[1] Old Man
1986 Pretty in Pink[1] Jack Walsh
1987 Slam Dance[1] Detective Benjamin Smiley
1988 Stars and Bars[1] Loomis Gage
Mr. North[1] Henry Simmons
The Last Temptation of Christ[1] Saul / Paul of Tarsus
1989 Dream a Little Dream[1] Ike Baker
Twister[1] Eugene Cleveland
1990 The Fourth War[1] General Hackworth
Wild at Heart[1] Johnnie Farragut
Stranger in the House
1992 Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me[1] Carl Rodd
Man Trouble[1] Redmond Layls
Cruise Control Roland Short film
1994 Blue Tiger[1] Smith
1995 One Hundred and One Nights Hollywood Actor Uncredited
Never Talk to Strangers[1] Max Cheski
1996 Playback[1] Ernie Fontenot
Down Periscope[1] Howard
1997 Midnight Blue[1] Eric
She's So Lovely[1] Tony "Shorty" Russo
Fire Down Below Cotton Harry
1998 The Mighty[1] Elton "Grim" Pinneman
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas[1] The Judge
A Civil Action The Land Watcher Uncredited
Tobacco Blues The Narrator Documentary
1999 Ballad of the Nightingale Jean-Paul
The Straight Story[1] Lyle Straight
The Green Mile[1] "Toot-Toot" Nominated — Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture[3]
2000 The Man Who Cried[1] Felix Perlman
Sand Leo
2001 The Pledge[1] Floyd Cage
The Animal The Hunter Uncredited
2002 Sonny[1] Henry
Ginostra Del Piero
2003 Anger Management[1] The Blind Man Uncredited
2004 Chrystal Pa Da
The Big Bounce[1] Bob Rogers Sr.
Dig! Himself Documentary
2005 The Wendell Baker Story[1] Skip Summers
2006 Alpha Dog[1] Cosmo Gadabeeti
Alien Autopsy[1] Harvey
You, Me and Dupree Curly Uncredited
Inland Empire[1] Freddie Howard
2007 The Good Life Gus
Being Michael Madsen Himself
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project[1] Himself Documentary
2009 The Open Road Amon
2010 On Holiday Josh, The Roommate's Dad
2011 Rango[1] Balthazar Voice
This Must Be the Place[1] Robert Plath
2012 The Avengers Security Guard
Seven Psychopaths[1] Man In Hat Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Cast[4]
Nominated — San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by an Ensemble[5]
Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction Himself Documentary
2013 The Last Stand Mr. Parsons Uncredited
9 Full Moons Dimitri
Carlos Spills the Beans "Rhino"
2014 The Pimp and the Rose Harry Short film
2016 Hux Grandpa Short film
2017 Sick of it All News Reporter
Lucky "Lucky" Gijón International Film Festival Award for Best Actor[6]
Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture[7]
Nominated — Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor[8]
Nominated — Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Actor[9]
2018 Frank & Ava[10] Sheriff Lloyd Posthumous release; Final film role


Year Title Role Notes
1954 Inner Sanctum Andrew Episode: "Hour of Darkness"
1957 Suspicion[1] Bill Episode: "Four O'Clock"
The Walter Winchell File Country Boy Episode: "Country Boy"
1958–1968 Gunsmoke Various 8 episodes
1958 The Court of Last Resort Unknown Episode: "The Jacob Loveless Case"
1958 Panic! Jerry Episode: "Patrol"
Decision Simeon Dawson Episode: "The Tall Man"
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin Clint Dirkson Episode: "Decision of Rin Tin Tin"
Man with a Camera Jerry Episode: "Six Faces of Satan"[1]
1958–1959 The Texan Chad Bisbee / Frank Kaler 2 episodes
Rescue 8 Landers / Skeets, Young Bum 2 episodes
1958–1961 Zane Grey Theater Various 4 episodes
1959 Walt Disney Presents Drew Griswold Episode: "The Griswold Murder"[1]
Bat Masterson Jay Simms Episode: "Deadline"
The D.A.'s Man Barbo Episode: "The Triangle"
The Rifleman Clemmie Martin Episode: "Tension"
The Lineup Alfie 2 episodes
Lock-Up Tommy Fuller Episode: "Writ of Terror"
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse Rafe Daniels / Gordon 2 episodes
1959–1961 The Lawless Years Various 4 episodes
1959-1962 Have Gun – Will Travel "Slim" Wilder / Stoneman 2 episodes
1959–1963 Laramie Various 4 episodes
1959–1965 Rawhide Various 4 episodes
1960 The Man from Blackhawk Sonny Blakey Episode: "Diamond Cut Diamond"
Johnny Ringo Frank Brogger Episode: "The Gunslinger"[1]
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Lemon Episode: "Escape to Sonoita"
1960–1961 The Untouchables Moxie / Picolo / The Newspaper Seller 3 episodes
1961 Gunslinger Stacey Episode: "Zone"
The Roaring 20's "Fingers" Episode: "The Red Carpet"
The Law and Mr. Jones Harry Walker Episode: "The Enemy"
1961-1963 Bonanza Stiles / Billy 2 episodes
1962 Cain's Hundred Hood #1 Episode: "The Plush Jungle: Benjamin Riker"
Checkmate The Singer Episode: "The Heart Is a Handout"
Stoney Burke Dell Tindall Episode: "Point of Honor"
Combat! Private Beecham Episode: "A Day in June"
1963 Big G Nick Crider Episode: "Nobody Dies on Saturday"
1964-1969 Daniel Boone Crane / Jeb Girty 2 episodes
1965 The Fugitive Randy Episode: "Moon Child"
A Man Called Shenandoah Quince Logan Episode: "The Debt"
1966 The Big Valley Swain Episode: "By Force and Violence"
Vacation Playhouse Dayton Skagg Episode: "Frank Merriwell"
The Dangerous Days of Kiowa Jones "Jelly" Television film
1967 The Wild Wild West Lucius Brand Episode: "The Night of the Hangman"
The Guns of Will Sonnett J.J. Kates Episode: "Meeting at Devil's Fork"
Cimarron Strip Luther Happ Episode: "Till the End of Night"
The Andy Griffith Show The Proprietor Episode: "Howard's New Life"
1968 The High Chaparral Johnny Faro Episode: "Gold Is Where You Leave It"
1968 The Virginian Clint Daggert Episode: "Ride to Misadventure"
Mannix Dean Hill Episode: "Who Will Dig the Graves?"
The Name of the Game Joe "Joe-Joe" Episode: "Pineapple Rose"
1969 Adam-12 Henry Fletcher Episode: "Log 22:...So This Little Guy Goes Into a Bar, and..."
Petticoat Junction Ringo Episode: "One of Our Chickens Is Missing"
1970 The Intruders Whit Dykstra Television film shot in 1967
1975 The Legendary Curse of the Hope Diamond President Warren G. Harding Television film
1976–1977 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman Jake Walters 4 episodes
1977 A Fistful of Dollars Sheriff Prologue made for ABC's first TV showings[11]
1979 Flatbed Annie & Sweetiepie: Lady Truckers C.W. Douglas Television film
1979–1980 Young Maverick "Pokey" Tindal 2 episodes
1980 The Oldest Living Graduate Mike Television film
1982 Laverne & Shirley Johnny Velvet Episode: "Star Peepers"
1983 I Want to Live! Emmett Perkins Television film
1986 Saturday Night Live Himself / Host Episode: "Harry Dean Stanton/The Replacements"
1987 Faerie Tale Theatre Rip Van Winkle Episode: "Rip Van Winkle"
The Ransom of Red Chief Sam Television film
1988 The French as Seen By... "Slim" Television short
1989 The Jim Henson Hour Chancey Bellow Episode: "Monster Maker"
1990 Beyond the Groove The Traveler Episode: "Episode One"
1991 Payoff Hook Television film
1992 Hostages Frank Reed Television film
1993 Hotel Room Moe Episode: "Tricks"
Nominated — CableACE Award for Actor in a Dramatic Series[12]
1994 Against the Wall Hal Television film
1996 Dead Man's Walk Shadrach 3 episodes
2004 Two and a Half Men Himself Episode: "Back Off Mary Poppins"
2006–2010 Big Love Roman Grant 37 episodes
Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film (2007, 2009)[13][14]
2009 Alice Caterpillar 2 episodes
2010 Chuck Harry Episode: "Chuck Versus the Anniversary"
2011 Mongo Wrestling Alliance Baron Kleberkuh Voice
9 episodes
2013–2015 Getting On Leonard Butler 3 episodes
2017 Twin Peaks Carl Rodd 5 episodes

Video Games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Alien: Isolation Samuel Brett Voice

Music Videos[edit]

Year Title Performer(s) Notes
1983 "Say Say Say" Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
1985 "A Whiter Shade of Pale" Procol Harum
1987 "Get Rhythm" Ry Cooder
1987 "Those Memories of You" Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris
1996 "Sorry You Asked" Dwight Yoakam
2003 "Stop" Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
2009 "Dreamin' of You" Bob Dylan
2013 "Christmas in L.A." The Killers


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  2. ^ Tudor, Jim; Blake, Taylor (September 18, 2017). "Remembering Harry Dean Stanton". Zekefilm.org.
  3. ^ "Remembering the Roles of Harry Dean Stanton". MeTV. September 18, 2017.
  4. ^ Morgan, David (2012-12-09). ""Amour," "The Master" top L.A. film critics' awards". CBS News.
  5. ^ "2012 Awards". sdfcs.org. San Diego Film Critics Society.
  6. ^ "Gijón/Xixón International Film Festival 55th Edition Winners". Gijon.es. 25 November 2017.
  7. ^ Pond, Steve (28 November 2017). "'Dunkirk,' 'The Shape of Water' Lead Satellite Award Nominations".
  8. ^ ""Lady Bird," "Call Me By Your Name" win big for Chicago film critics". Chicago Film Critics Association. Archived from the original on December 13, 2017. Retrieved December 13, 2017.
  9. ^ "'Get Out' Leads 2017 Gotham Awards Nominations". Variety. 19 October 2017.
  10. ^ "Harry Dean Stanton's final starring role: Filmmakers pay tribute to 'legend'". Entertainment Weekly.
  11. ^ "A Fistful of Dollars Prologue".
  12. ^ Herbert, Steven (1993-11-03). "HBO Earns 107 Cable Award Nods; 'Beavis' Gets Comedy Bid". Los Angeles Times.
  13. ^ "Satellite Award nominees". Variety. 30 November 2007.

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