Film and Television Credits

Television Series:
Make Room for Daddy
(1957-1964)
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Kathy 'Clancy' Williams ...
Make Room for Granddaddy
(1970-1971)
Kathy 'Clancy' Williams ...
Sweet Surrender
(1987)
Joyce Holden ...
   
Feature Films:


Boy, Did I Get
A Wrong Number!

(1966)

Martha Meade ...  The Divine D.D., a European actress known more for her bubble bath scenes than for her acting, decides she has had enough with bubblebaths and wants to be taken seriously as an actress. So much so that she runs away during the middle of a scene while filming in Hollywood and winds up in Oregon. While she is staying in a hotel, the operator accidentally connects her with a real estate agent named Tom Meade. She asks Tom to bring her some food and when he does he suggests that she go to his cabin in the woods. She also asks him not to tell anyone where she is because she doesn't want to go back to Hollywood. Now Tom must keep the secret, especially from his wife and from his suspicious housekeeper Millie.

Thunder Over Sangoland
(1955)

Two episodes of the TV series "Ramar of the Jungle" edited together and released as a feature.

Port of Hell
(1954)

Kay Walker ... The new warden of a large American harbor raises the hackles of sailors and fishermen by his strict enforcement of all the safety rules. He takes the time, though, to romance the sister of his biggest rival.

Mexican Manhunt
(1953)

Sheila Barton ...

Down Laredo Way
(1953)

Valerie  ...  Rex Allen, star of the Western Rodeo Circus, and his clown pal Slim Pickens, get involved in the matrimonial plans of high-wire specialist Chip Wells and his treacherous parter Valerie, through feeling sorry for Chip's motherless 8-year-old daughter Taffy. Chip thinks Taffy is jealous of Valerie, but Taffy tells Rex that she just thinks Valerie isn't the right woman for her father. Valerie ...  After protecting Valerie from Cooper, Chip discovers that Valerie has diamonds worth a half-million dollars in her possession. Chip hides the diamonds in Taffy's doll, until he can get an explanation from Valerie. Knowing that Chip won't tolerate her diamond-smuggling activities, Valerie distracts him at a critical point in their high-wire performance and he falls to his death. To get possession of Chip's personal belongings, knowing the diamonds are hidden there, she calls on the shady "Judge" Sully for help. He writes a phony order making Taffy a ward of his court and orders Chip's belongings to be held by the court. Taffy runs away and finds refuge with Narita, a gypsy girl.

Rebel City
(1953)

Jane Dudley ...  In 1846, northern Kansas was being terrorized by soujtern sympathizers known as Copperheads, and gambler Frank Graham goes to Junction City seeking the killer or killers of his father. He gets little help from Union Army officers Colonel Barnes or Captain Ramsey, but gets a job at the freight line co-owned by Jane Dudley and his late father. Jane tells him his father was stabbed in a quarrel over counterfeit money given to him for his freight interests. Frank learns that Hardy, a printer; Temple, a store owner; Perry, a peddler; Greely, a gambler, and Spain, a jeweler, are Copperheads and one of them murdered his father.

The Valparaiso Story
(1951)

Stop That Cab
(1951)

Mary Thomas ...  

Chain Gang
(1951)

Rita McKelvey  ...  Crusading newspaperman Cliff Roberts, masquerades as a prison guard and gets a job attached to the chain gang. Using a tiny camera in the shape of a cigarette lighter, he takes pictures of and documents the miserable conditions. The sadist guard captain, Captain Duncan, learns about Cliff's activities and has him beaten by the other guards. Roberts escapes to write his expose that brings about some prison reforms.

The Lost Volcano
(1950)

Ruth Gordon  ...  Hunting guides have kidnapped David and will force him to lead them to a lost city hidden in the center of an active volcano. Bomba the Jungle Boy arrives to rescue David just as the volcano is about to erupt.


Riding High

(1950)

Mary Winslow  ...  A horse trainer who has fallen on hard times looks to his horse, Broadway Bill, to finally win the big race.

Masked Raiders
(1949)

Gale Trevett/Diablo Kid  ...  Texas Rangers Tim Holt and Chito Rafferty are sent to Wilcox, Texas to investigate the raids on Hoyt Corthell by a band of masked raiders led by the Diablo Kid. Posing as cowhands, they are stopped and taken to the Trevitt Ranch where they meet Gale Trevitt, her younger brother Artie and her Uncle Henry, father of Trig, Matt and Luke, who have taken Tim and Chito captive. Tim is wounded, during a holdup, by Doc Nichols as he is about to capture one of the raiders, actually the Trevitt family led by Gale posing as the Diablo Kid. Tim and Chito eventually learn that all of the local ranchers are being victimized by Corthell, and that Gale and her family are just taking back and returning what has been stolen by the Corthell gang, working with the crooked town Marshal, Barlow.

Air Hostess
(1949)

Jennifer White ...
The Strange Mrs. Crane
(1948)
Gina Crane, alias of Jenny Hdley ...
The Argyle Secrets
(1948)
Marla ...
New Orleans
(1947)
* - available on DVD
Grace Voiselle ...
Flesh and Fantasy
(1943)
Justine ... An anthology of three loosely connected occult tales, with ironic and romantic twists.
Johnny Come Lately
(1943)
aka Johnny Vagabond
Jane ...
Shantytown
(1943)

Virginia Allen ...

Sherlock Holmes in Washington
(1943)
* - available on DVD
Nancy Patridge ...  In World War II, a British secret agent carrying a vitally important document is kidnapped en route to Washington
Hi, Buddy
(1943)
Mary Parker ...
Adventures of Smilin' Jack
(1943)
Janet Thompson ...  Just before World War II, the Chinese and American governments mount a joint operation to prevent the Germans and Japanese from taking over the strategic island of Mandon.
Moonlight in Havana
(1942)
Patsy Clark ...  Singing Johnny Norton is the star catcher of the Blue Sox baseball team but he is suspended because of insubordination.
Timber
(1942)
Yvette Lacour ...  Two FBI agents are sent to investigate sabotage at a lumber camp.
Escape From Hong Kong
(1942)
Valarie Hale ...  Three American vaudeville entertainers become involved with spies in Hong Kong, just before Pearl Harbor.
About Face
(1942)
Betty Marlow ...  Two army sergeants, one dumb-tough and one mild-mannered, get into a saloon brawl, crash a high-society party, and end up in a car wreck.
The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair
(1939)
Babs ...
Girl's School
(1938)
Nan ...
High Flyers
(1937)
Arlene Arlington ...
Forty Naughty Girls
(1937)
June ...
Hideaway
(1937)
Joan Peterson ...
On Again Off Again
(1937)
Florence Cole ...
Border Cafe
(1937)
Janet Barry ...

Television Movies:

Side by Side
(1988)
Three men who have just been retired convince their bank to finance them their dream: A shop for sports articles for adults.
The Pirate
(1978)
aka Harold Robbins' The Pirate
Mrs. Mason ...  An Israeli man, raised by a wealthy and powerful Arab, is put in charge of his country's vast oil fortunes. He comes into conflict with a fanatical terrorist group--headed by his daughter.
The Missing are Deadly
(1975)
Mrs. Robertson ...  An emotionally disturbed teenager whose father is a research scientist takes a rat from his father's laboratory that is infected with an incurable virus that can kill 100 million people in three weeks.
The Three Musketeers
(1953)
aka Blades of the Musketeers
aka The Sword of D'Artagnan
     (theatrical title)
Queen Anne ...

Television Guest Appearances:

The Love Boat playing "Martha Rogers" in episode: "April's Love/Happy Ending/We Three" (episode # 3.17) 12 January 1980
Fantasy Island playing "Beth Shane" in episode: "Family Reunion/Voodoo" (episode # 1.6) 18 February 1978
Nancy Drew Mysteries in episode "The Mystery of the Fallen Angel" 17 April 1977
ABC Afternoon Playbreak in episode "This Child Is Mine" 7 December 1971
Love, American Style in episode: "Love and the Single Couple" (episode # 1.5c) 27 October 1969
The Danny Thomas Hour playing "Kathy" in episode: "Make More Room for Daddy" (episode # 1.8) 6 November 1967
Purex Special for Women in episode "The Menace of Age" 10 December 1964
The Joey Bishop Show in episode: "This Is Your Life" (episode # 1.4) 11 October 1961
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour playing "Kathy Williams" in episode: "Lucy Makes Room for Danny" (episode # 2.2) 1 December 1958
Wagon Train playing "Mary Palmer" in episode: "The Willy Moran Story" (episode # 1.1) 18 September 1957
Zane Grey Theater playing "Amy Marr" in episode: "Decision at Wilson's Creek" (episode # 1.30) 17 May 1957
Wire Service playing "Phyllis Holley" in episode: "Hideout" (episode # 1.3) 18 October 1956
Omnibus in episode "The Billy Mitchell Court-Martial 1 April 1956
Letter to Loretta playing "Miss Cook" in episode: "A Shadow Between" (episode # 3.16) 18 December 1955
Cavalcade of America in episode "The Great Gamble" 10 May 1955
The Lone Ranger playing "Clare Lee" in episode: "The Law Lady" (episode # 4.25) 24 February 1955
Cavalcade of America in episode: "Decision for Justice" (episode # 3.15) 15 February 1955
Cavalcade of America playing "Lee Powell Coleman" in episode: "Take Off Zero" (episode # 3.14) 1 February 1955
Climax! in episode: "Epitaph for a Spy" (episode # 1.8) 9 December 1954
The Ford Television Theatre playing "Liz" in episode: "Shadow of Truth" (episode # 3.2) 14 October 1954
Cavalcade of America playing "Mrs. Field" in episode: "The Great Gamble" (episode # 3.2) 5 October 1954
Fireside Theater in episode "Trial Period" 5 April 1954
Hopalong Cassidy playing "Adele Keller" in episode: "Tricky Fingers" (episode # 2.26) 2 April 1954
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars in episode: "Her Kind of Honor" (episode # 3.29) 19 March 1954
General Electric Theater playing "Millie" in episode: "That Other Sunlight" (episode # 2.17) 14 March 1954
Four Star Playhouse playing "Bessie" in episode: "Operation in Money" (episode # 2.25) 11 March 1954
Fireside Theatre in episode "The Visitor" 10 February 1953
Fireside Theater in episode "Visit from a Stranger" 28 February 1953
Easy Chair Theater in episode "Brown of Calaveras" 2 March 1953
20th Century Tales in episode "Small Town Story" 22 April 1953
Ramar of the Jungle in episode: "Call to Danger" (episode # 2.6) 21 November 1953
Hallmark Hall of Fame playing "Sarah McCoy" in episode: "McCoy of Abilene" 18 October 1953
Fireside Theater in episode "The Hitchhiker" 5 May 1953
The Ford Television Theatre in episode: "The Jewel" (episode # 1.35) 28 May 1953
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars in episode: "The Devil's Other Name" (episode # 2.20) 20 February 1953
Fireside Theater in episode "Mirage" 10 June 1952
Gold Star Theater in episode "Operation in Money" 11 March 1953
The Ford Television Theatre in episode: "Edge of the Law" (episode # 1.6) 6 November 1952
The Adventures of Kit Carson in episode: "The Return of Trigger Dawson" (episode # 1.17) 1 December 1951
The Lone Ranger playing "Kitty McQueen" in episode: "Bullets for Ballots" (episode # 1.35) 11 May 1950
Your Show Time in episode: "The Real Thing" (episode # 1.8) 11 March 1949
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