Ray Milland filmography

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This is a filmography of Welsh actor Ray Milland, containing his work in theatrically released motion pictures as well as his extensive television credits. Milland began his film career in United Kingdom in 1929 after serving three years as a guardsman in the Royal Household Cavalry, based in London.[1] After appearing in several British films, he came to the United States in 1930 where he spent several years playing small and supporting roles. Eventually, in 1934, he became a contract player at Paramount Pictures where he established himself as a popular star. Milland remained with Paramount for the next 21 years.[2] During his time with the studio, he developed his persona as a debonair leading man, mainly in drawing-room comedies but also occasionally in adventure and mystery films.[1] In 1945, Milland won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of an alcoholic writer in The Lost Weekend. From there he continued as a leading man well into the 1960s, appearing in several film noirs and occasionally cast as a villain. In 1953, Milland began working in television as both an actor and director. He alternated between the mediums of film and television for the remainder of his career. During the 1960s and 1970s, Milland frequently worked in science fiction and horror films. He also directed himself in four films.

The lists below chronicle Ray Milland's work in both film and television. Because his work in both mediums was extensive, the lists are divided on a decade-by-decade basis. The television section also contains episode listings for Milland's two series, Meet Mr. McNulty and Markham.

Filmography[edit]

1929–1940[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Notes
1928 Moulin Rouge Theater Patron Ewald André Dupont Olga Tschechowa
Eve Gray
Jean Bradin
Uncredited
1929 Piccadilly Extra in Nightclub Scene Arnold Bennett Gilda Gray
Anna May Wong
Uncredited
The Lady from the Sea Tom Roberts Castleton Knight Mona Goya
The Flying Scotsman Jim Edwards Castleton Knight Pauline Johnson and Moore Marriott
The Plaything Ian Castleton Knight Marguerite Allan
The Informer Sharpshooter Arthur Robinson Lya De Putti
Lars Hanson
Uncredited
1930 Way for a Sailor Ship's Officer Sam Wood John Gilbert
Wallace Beery
Uncredited
Passion Flower Party guest with letter William C. deMille Kay Francis
Kay Johnson
Charles Bickford
Uncredited
1931 The Bachelor Father Geoffrey Trent Robert Z. Leonard Marion Davies
C. Aubrey Smith
Strangers May Kiss Third Admirer George Fitzmaurice Norma Shearer
Robert Montgomery
Uncredited
Just a Gigolo Freddie Jack Conway William Haines
Irene Purcell
C. Aubrey Smith
Bought! Charles Carter Jr. Archie Mayo Constance Bennett
Ben Lyon
Ambassador Bill King Lothar Sam Taylor Will Rogers
Blonde Crazy Joe Reynolds Roy Del Ruth James Cagney
Joan Blondell
1932 The Man Who Played God Eddie John G. Adolfi George Arliss
Bette Davis
Uncredited
Polly of the Circus Church Usher Alfred Santell Marion Davies
Clark Gable
Uncredited
But the Flesh Is Weak Mr. Stewart
(Man at Joan's Party)
Jack Conway Robert Montgomery Uncredited
Payment Deferred James Medland Lothar Mendes Charles Laughton
Maureen O'Sullivan
1933 This Is the Life Bob Travers Albert de Courville Gordon Harker
Binnie Hale
1934 Bolero Lord Robert Coray Wesley Ruggles George Raft
Carole Lombard
We're Not Dressing Prince Michael Stofani Norman Taurog Bing Crosby
Carole Lombard
Orders Is Orders Dashwood Walter Forde Charlotte Greenwood
James Gleason
Finlay Currie
Many Happy Returns Ted Lambert Norman McLeod Gracie Allen
George Burns
Charlie Chan in London Neil Howard Eugene Forde Warner Oland
Menace Freddie Bastion Ralph Murphy Gertrude Michael
Paul Cavanagh
One Hour Late Tony St. John Ralph Murphy Joe Morrison
Helen Twelvetrees
Conrad Nagel
1935 The Gilded Lily Charles Gray (Lord Granton) Wesley Ruggles Claudette Colbert
Fred MacMurray
Four Hours to Kill! Carl Barrett Mitchell Leisen Richard Barthelmess
Helen Mack
Alias Mary Dow Peter Marshall Kurt Neumann Sally Eilers
The Glass Key Taylor Henry Frank Tuttle George Raft
1936 Next Time We Love Tommy Abbott Edward Griffith Margaret Sullavan
James Stewart
The Return of Sophie Lang Jimmy Dawson George Archainbaud Gertrude Michael
Sir Guy Standing
The Big Broadcast of 1937 Bob Miller Mitchell Leisen Jack Benny
Shirley Ross
Three Smart Girls Lord Michael Stuart Henry Koster Deanna Durbin
The Jungle Princess Christopher Powell Wilhelm Thiele Dorothy Lamour
1937 Bulldog Drummond Escapes Capt. Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond Paul Hogan Heather Angel
Reginald Denny
Wings Over Honolulu Lt. Samuel Gilchrist H. C. Potter Wendy Barrie
Easy Living John Ball, Jr. Mitchell Leisen Jean Arthur
Edward Arnold
Ebb Tide Robert Herrick James Hogan Frances Farmer Technicolor
Wise Girl John O'Halloran Leigh Jason Miriam Hopkins
1938 Her Jungle Love Bob Mitchell George Archainbaud Dorothy Lamour Technicolor
Tropic Holiday Ken Warren Theodore Reed Dorothy Lamour
Men with Wings Scott Barnes William A. Wellman Fred MacMurray
Louise Campbell
Technicolor
Say It in French Richard Carrington, Jr. Andrew L. Stone Olympe Bradna
1939 Hotel Imperial Lieutenant Nemassy Robert Florey Isa Miranda
Beau Geste John Geste William A. Wellman Gary Cooper
Susan Hayward
Everything Happens at Night Geoffrey Thompson Irving Cummings Sonja Henie
Robert Cummings
1940 French Without Tears Alan Howard Anthony Asquith Ellen Drew
Irene Donald "Don" Marshall Herbert Wilcox Anna Neagle
Marsha Hunt
Technicolor sequence
The Doctor Takes a Wife Dr. Timothy Sterling Alexander Hall Loretta Young
Untamed Dr. William Crawford George Archainbaud Patricia Morison
Akim Tamiroff
Technicolor
Arise, My Love Tom Martin Mitchell Leisen Claudette Colbert

1941–1950[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Notes
1941 I Wanted Wings Jeff Young Mitchell Leisen William Holden
Constance Moore
Veronica Lake
Skylark Tony Kenyon Mark Sandrich Claudette Colbert
Brian Aherne
Sullivan's Travels Near-collision man on studio street Preston Sturges Joel McCrea
Veronica Lake
Robert Warwick
Uncredited
1942 The Lady Has Plans Kenneth Clarence Harper Sidney Lanfield Paulette Goddard
Roland Young
Star Spangled Rhythm Himself George Marshall Franchot Tone
Fred MacMurray
Reap the Wild Wind Mr. Stephen "Steve" Tolliver Cecil B. DeMille John Wayne
Paulette Goddard
Technicolor
Are Husbands Necessary? George Cugat Norman Taurog Betty Field
Patricia Morison
The Major and the Minor Major Philip Kirby Billy Wilder Ginger Rogers
1943 Forever and a Day Lt. William "Bill" Trimble Multiple* Anna Neagle
C. Aubrey Smith
The Crystal Ball Brad Cavanaugh Elliott Nugent Paulette Goddard
1944 Lady in the Dark Charley Johnson Mitchell Leisen Ginger Rogers Technicolor
The Uninvited Roderick Fitzgerald Lewis Allen Gail Russell
Donald Crisp
Till We Meet Again John Frank Borzage Barbara Britton
Ministry of Fear Stephen Neale Fritz Lang Marjorie Reynolds
1945 Kitty Sir Hugh Marcy Mitchell Leisen Paulette Goddard
The Lost Weekend Don Birnam Billy Wilder Jane Wyman
Phillip Terry
Howard Da Silva
Academy Award for Best Actor
Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actor
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Drama
National Board of Review Award for Best Actor
New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor
1946 The Well-Groomed Bride Lt. Dudley Briggs Sidney Lanfield Olivia de Havilland
Sonny Tufts
1947 California Jonathan Trumbo John Farrow Barbara Stanwyck
Barry Fitzgerald
Technicolor
The Imperfect Lady Clive Loring Lewis Allen Teresa Wright
Cedric Hardwicke
The Trouble with Women Professor Gilbert Sedley Sidney Lanfield Teresa Wright
Brian Donlevy
Golden Earrings Col. Ralph Denistoun Mitchell Leisen Marlene Dietrich
Variety Girl Himself George Marshall Mary Hatcher
Olga San Juan
DeForest Kelley
Technicolor sequence
1948 So Evil My Love Mark Bellis Lewis Allen Ann Todd
Geraldine Fitzgerald
The Big Clock George Stroud John Farrow Charles Laughton
Maureen O'Sullivan
Sealed Verdict Maj. Robert Lawson Lewis Allen Florence Marley
Broderick Crawford
Miss Tatlock's Millions Himself Richard Haydn John Lund
Wanda Hendrix
Cameo
1949 Alias Nick Beal Nick Beal John Farrow Audrey Totter
Thomas Mitchell
George Macready
It Happens Every Spring Prof. Vernon K. Simpson Lloyd Bacon Jean Peters
Paul Douglas
1950 A Woman of Distinction Professor Alexander "Alec" Stevenson Edward Buzzell Rosalind Russell
Edmund Gwenn
A Life of Her Own Steve Harleigh George Cukor Lana Turner
Tom Ewell
Copper Canyon Johnny Carter John Farrow Hedy Lamarr Technicolor

[1]Directed by Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson, Herbert Wilcox, and René Clair. Wilcox directed the sequence featuring Milland.

1951–1960[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Notes
1951 Circle of Danger Clay Douglas Jacques Tourneur Patricia Roc
Marius Goring
Night Into Morning Philip Ainley Fletcher Markle John Hodiak
Nancy Davis
Rhubarb Eric Yeager Arthur Lubin Jan Sterling
Close to My Heart Brad Sheridan William Keighley Gene Tierney
1952 Bugles in the Afternoon Kern Shafter Roy Rowland Forrest Tucker
George Reeves
Helena Carter
Technicolor
Something to Live For Alan Miller George Stevens Joan Fontaine
Teresa Wright
The Thief Allan Fields Russell Rouse Rita Gam Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actor
1953 Jamaica Run Patrick Fairlie Lewis R. Foster Arlene Dahl
Wendell Corey
Let's Do It Again Gary Stuart Alexander Hall Jane Wyman Technicolor
1954 Dial M for Murder Tony Wendice Alfred Hitchcock Grace Kelly
Robert Cummings
3-D
WarnerColor
1955 The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing Stanford White Richard Fleischer Joan Collins
Farley Granger
CinemaScope
Deluxe color
A Man Alone Wes Steele Ray Milland Mary Murphy
Ward Bond
Raymond Burr
Naturama
Trucolor
1956 Lisbon Capt. Robert John Evans Ray Milland Maureen O'Hara
Claude Rains
Trucolor
Three Brave Men Joe DiMarco Philip Dunne Frank Lovejoy
Ernest Borgnine
Nina Foch
CinemaScope
1957 The River's Edge Nardo Denning Allan Dwan Anthony Quinn
Debra Paget
CinemaScope
Deluxe color
High Flight Wing Commander Rudge John Gilling Bernard Lee
Kenneth Haigh
CinemaScope
1958 The Safecracker Colley Dawson Ray Milland Barry Jones

1961–1970[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Notes
1962 The Premature Burial Guy Carrell Roger Corman Hazel Court Panavision
Eastmancolor
Panic in Year Zero! Harry Baldwin Ray Milland Jean Hagen
Frankie Avalon
Pathécolor
1963 X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes Dr. James Xavier Roger Corman Diana Van der Vlis
Don Rickles
1964 The Confession Mario Forni William Dieterle Ginger Rogers
Barbara Eden
Eastmancolor
1968 Hostile Witness Simon Crawford - Q.C. Ray Milland Sylvia Syms Deluxe color
1970 Love Story Oliver Barrett III Arthur Hiller Ryan O'Neal
Ali MacGraw
Color
Company of Killers
(Made for television, but released theatrically)[3]
George DeSalles Jerry Thorpe Van Johnson
Susan Oliver
Technicolor

1971–1984[edit]

Year Title Role Director Co-stars Notes
1972 Embassy Ambassador Gordon Hessler Richard Roundtree
Chuck Connors
Color
Frogs Jason Crockett George McCowan Sam Elliott Panavision
Color
The Thing with Two Heads Maxwell Kirshner Lee Frost Rosey Grier Color
1973 The House in Nightmare Park Stewart Henderson Peter Sykes Frankie Howerd Technicolor
The Big Game Prof. Pete Handley Robert Day Stephen Boyd
France Nuyen
Color
Terror in the Wax Museum Harry Flexner Georg Fenaday Broderick Crawford
Elsa Lanchester
Color
1974 The Student Connection Dr. Roger Melli Rafael Romero Marchent Sylva Koscina Eastmancolor
Gold Hurry Hirschfeld Peter R. Hunt Roger Moore
Susannah York
Panavision
Technicolor
1975 Escape to Witch Mountain Aristotle Bolt John Hough Eddie Albert
Kim Richards
Technicolor
1976 The Swiss Conspiracy Johann Hurtil Jack Arnold David Janssen
Senta Berger
Elke Sommer
Color
Aces High Brigadier General Whale Jack Gold Malcolm McDowell
Christopher Plummer
Panavision
Technicolor
The Last Tycoon Fleishacker Elia Kazan Robert De Niro
Robert Mitchum
Panavision
Technicolor
1977 Oil! The Boss (Stewart) Mircea Dragan Stuart Whitman
Woody Strode
Color
The Uncanny Frank Richards Denis Héroux Peter Cushing
Susan Penhaligon
Joan Greenwood
Color
The Girl in Yellow Pajamas Inspector Thompson Flavio Mogherini Dalila Di Lazzaro
Mel Ferrer
Color
1978 Slavers Hassan Jürgen Goslar Trevor Howard
Britt Ekland
Ron Ely
Eastmancolor
Blackout Richard Stafford Eddy Matalon Jim Mitchum
Robert Carradine
Color
Battlestar Galactica
(Theatrical release of television film)
Sire Uri Richard A. Colla Richard Hatch
Dirk Benedict
Lorne Greene
Sensurround
Technicolor
Oliver's Story Oliver Barrett III John Korty Ryan O'Neal Color
1979 Survival Run Professor Larry Spiegel Peter Graves Color
Game for Vultures Col. Brettle James Fargo Joan Collins
Richard Harris
Panavision
Color
1980 The Attic Wendell George Edwards Carrie Snodgress Color
1983 Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land
(made for US TV – released theatrically in Europe)
Q. T. Thornwell Jerry Jameson Lee Majors, Hal Linden, Lauren Hutton Color
1984 The Sea Serpent Professor Timothy Wallace Amando de Ossorio Timothy Bottoms
Taryn Power
Jared Martin
Color
1985 The Gold Key Carl Bruhn Richard G. Kutok Jack Curtis Miller (final film role), Color

Television[edit]

General credits:1953–1960[edit]

Date Title Role Co-stars
March 19, 1953 The 25th Annual Academy Awards Himself
(Co-Presenter: Short Subject Awards)
Bob Hope (host)
September 17, 1953 Meet Mr. McNulty
(44 episodes — see below)
Prof. Ray McNulty Phyllis Avery
October 31, 1954 What's My Line? Himself
(Mystery Guest)
John Daly, Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen
October 23, 1955 The Colgate Comedy Hour Himself Jack Carson (host)
April 11, 1956 Screen Directors Playhouse
Episode: "Markheim"
Roy Markheim Rod Steiger
April 15, 1956 General Electric Theater
Episode: "That's the Man!"
Russel Kent Nancy Davis, Hayden Rorke; Ronald Reagan (host)
October 3, 1956 The Ford Television Theatre
Episode: "Catch at Straws"
District Attorney Peter Sloan (also director) Kerwin Mathews
January 6, 1957 General Electric Theater
Episode: "Never Turn Back"
Woodward (also director) Virginia Carroll
March 15, 1957 Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Episode: "The Girl in the Grass"
Harry Carstairs (also director) Fay Baker, Carolyn Jones
May 5, 1957 General Electric Theater
Episode: "Angel of Wrath"
John (also director) Jeanne Bates, Howard McNear
December 8, 1957 General Electric Theater
Episode: "Eyes of a Stranger"
(Director only) Tallulah Bankhead, Richard Denning
January 1, 1958 Father Knows Best
Episode: "Mister Beal Meets His Match"
Nick Beal Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Billy Gray
June 2, 1958 Suspicion
Episode: "Death Watch"
(Director only) Edmond O'Brien
June 23, 1958 Suspicion
Episode: "Eye for an Eye"
Roy Markham Macdonald Carey, Andrew Duggan
September 14, 1958 Decision
Episode: "Markheim"
Markheim Rod Steiger
November 2, 1958 General Electric Theater
Episode: "Battle for a Soul"
Caradoc Williams (also director) Marjorie Bennett
February 2, 1959 Goodyear Theatre
Episode: "A London Affair"
Binyon Gia Scala
February 13, 1959 Death Valley Days
Episode: "Stagecoach Spy"
Himself - Host Claudia Barrett, Brad Johnson, Richard Powers
May 2, 1959 Markham
(59 episodes — see below)
Roy Markham
November 1, 1959 What's My Line? Guest Panelist John Daly, Harry Belafonte

General credits:1961–1970[edit]

Date Title Role Co-stars
April 9, 1961 Celebrity Golf Himself
April 11, 1961 Thriller
Episode: "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper"
(Director only) Boris Karloff (host), John Williams
December 26, 1961 The Dick Powell Show
Episode: "Open Season"
(Director only) Dick Powell (host), Dorothy Malone, Dennis O'Keefe
January 9, 1962 Alcoa Premiere
Episode: "Pattern of Guilt"
Keith Briscoe Joanna Moore
February 2, 1962 Here's Hollywood Himself Cynthia Pepper
September 27, 1963 The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
Episode: "A Home Away from Home"
Dr. Howard Fennick Alfred Hitchcock (host)
November 3, 1963 The DuPont Show of the Week
Episode: "The Silver Burro"
Investigator Carroll O'Connor
November 21, 1965 What's My Line? Himself
(Mystery Guest)
John Daly, Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf, Helen Gurley Brown, Tony Randall
March 6, 1966 The Ed Sullivan Show Simon Crawford Ed Sullivan (host), Frankie Avalon, John Byner
April 5, 1969 The Jackie Gleason Show Himself Jackie Gleason (host), Frank Sinatra, Jr.
October 10, 1969 Bracken's World
Episode: "Don't You Cry for Susannah"
Cameo Peter Haskell, Roger Bowen
December 9, 1969 Daughter of the Mind
(television film)
Professor Constable Don Murray, Gene Tierney
September 25, 1970 The Name of the Game
Episode: "A Love to Remember"
Jonathan Booker Gene Barry, Lee Grant, Tom Bosley, J.D. Cannon

General credits:1971–1980[edit]

Date Title Role Co-stars
March 9, 1971 The Dead Don't Die
(television film)
Jim Moss/Varrick George Hamilton, Reggie Nalder
May 11, 1971 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself Johnny Carson (host), Della Reese
August 10, 1971 Mantrap Himself Selma Diamond, Margot Kidder, Phyllis Kirk, Sue Lyon, Stefanie Powers, Carol Wayne
August 11, 1971 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself Johnny Carson (host), Abbe Lane
September 15, 1971 Night Gallery
Episode: "The Hand of Borgus Weems"
Dr. Archibald Ravadon Rod Serling (host), George Maharis, Joan Huntington
October 6, 1971 Columbo
Episode: "Death Lends a Hand"
Arthur Kennicut Peter Falk, Robert Culp
November 5, 1971 Black Noon
(television film)
Caleb Hobbs Roy Thinnes, Yvette Mimieux, Gloria Grahame, Henry Silva
June 23, 1972 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself Johnny Carson (host), Wayne Newton, Sally Struthers
September 1, 1972 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself Johnny Carson (host), Charro, Richard Dawson
October 15, 1972 Columbo
Episode: "The Greenhouse Jungle"
Jarvis Goodland Peter Falk, Bob Dishy
October 25, 1972 Cool Million
Episode: "Hunt for a Lonely Girl"
Neil Fitzsimmons James Farentino
January 14, 1975 The Dead Don't Die
(television film)
Jim Moss/Varrick George Hamilton, Linda Cristal, Ralph Meeker
March 23, 1975 Ellery Queen
(television film)
Carson McKell Jim Hutton, David Wayne, Kim Hunter, John Hillerman, Nancy Kovack
November 19, 1975 This Is Your Life Himself Eamonn Andrews (host)
February 1, 1976 Rich Man, Poor Man
(mini-series)
Duncan Calderwood
  • Emmy Award for Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Peter Strauss, Nick Nolte, Steve Allen, Edward Asner, Bill Bixby
September 21, 1976 Rich Man, Poor Man Book II
Episode: "Chapter I"
Duncan Calderwood Peter Strauss
October 29, 1976 Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby
(television film)
Roman Castevet Stephen McHattie, Patty Duke, Broderick Crawford, Ruth Gordon, Lloyd Haynes, David Huffman, Tina Louise, George Maharis, Donna Mills
November 12, 1976 Mayday at 40,000 Feet!
(television film)
Dr. Joseph Mannheim David Janssen, Don Meredith
February 10, 1977 Seventh Avenue
(mini-series)
Douglas Fredericks Steven Keats, Jane Seymour, Anne Archer
May 9, 1977 Testimony of Two Men
(mini-series)
Jonas Witherby David Birney, Barbara Parkins, Steve Forrest, Ralph Bellamy, Theodore Bikel, Tom Bosley, Barry Brown, J.D. Cannon, Dan Dailey, Randolph Mantooth, Cameron Mitchell
February 3, 1978 Cruise Into Terror
(television film)
Dr. Isiah Bakkun Dirk Benedict, Frank Converse, John Forsythe, Christopher George, Lynda Day George, Jo Ann Harris, Lee Meriwether, Hugh O'Brian, Stella Stevens, Marshall Thompson
February 12, 1978 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries
Episode: "Voodoo Doll: Part 1"
Dr. Orin Thatcher Shaun Cassidy, Parker Stevenson
February 19, 1978 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries
Episode: "Voodoo Doll: Part 2"
Dr. Orin Thatcher Shaun Cassidy, Parker Stevenson
September 17, 1978 Battlestar Galactica
Episode: "Saga of a Star World"
Sire Uri Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Lorne Greene, Lew Ayres
November 4, 1978 Fantasy Island
Episode: "Let the Goodtimes Roll/Nightmare/The Tiger"
Colonel James Weston Ricardo Montalbán
April 3, 1979 The Darker Side of Terror
(television film)
Prof. Meredith Robert Forster, Adrienne Barbeau
September 15, 1979 The Love Boat
Episode: "The Wedding: Carol and Doug's Story/Peter and Alicia's Story/Julie's Story/Buddy and Portia's Story"
Peter Bradbury Eleanor Parker
April 30, 1980 Charlie's Angels
Episode: "One Love … Two Angels: Part 1"
Oliver Barrow Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack
May 12, 1980 The Dream Merchants
(television film)
Lawrence Radford Mark Harmon, Vincent Gardenia, Morgan Fairchild, Brianne Leary, Robert Picardo, Eve Arden, Kaye Ballard, Morgan Brittany, Red Buttons, Robert Culp, Howard Duff, José Ferrer, Robert Goulet, David Groh, Carolyn Jones

General credits:1981–1986[edit]

Date Title Role Co-stars
July 14, 1981 Our Family Business
(television film)
Tony Ted Danson, Vera Miles
January 19, 1982 Hart to Hart
Episode: "My Hart Belongs to Daddy"
Stephen Harrison Edwards Robert Wagner, Stefanie Powers, Lionel Stander, Samantha Eggar
September 20, 1982 The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana
(television film)
Mr. Griffiths Catherine Oxenberg, Christopher Baines, Olivia de Havilland, Dana Wynter, Stewart Granger
February 27, 1983 Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land
(television film)
Q. T. Thornwell Lee Majors, Hal Linden, Lauren Hutton
June 19, 1983 Cave-In!
(television film)
Professor Harrison Soames Lonny Chapman, Dennis Cole, Leslie Neilson, Julie Sommars, James Olson
November 22, 1983 Hart to Hart
Episode: "Long Lost Love"
Stephen Edwards Robert Wagner, Stefanie Powers, Lionel Stander
December 23, 1984 The Masks of Death
(television film)
Home Secretary Peter Cushing, John Mills, Anne Baxter, Gordon Jackson, Susan Penhaligon
1985 The Gold Key
(video film)
Carl Bruhn Jack Curtis Miller, Git Gettings

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Katz, Ephraim (1994). The Film Encyclopedia. Seventh edition. HarperPerennial. p. 943. ISBN 0-06-273089-4. 
  2. ^ Winters, Joe. "The "Two-Headed" Career of Ray Milland". 
  3. ^ IMDB entry on Company of Killers.

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