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In 1946 exhibitors voted him the eight-most promising "star of tomorrow"
Duryea starred as the lead character China Smith in the television series "China Smith" from 1952 to 1956; and "The New Adventures of China Smith" from 1953 to 1954
Duryea guest starred as Roy Budinger, the self-educated mastermind of a criminal ring dealing in silver bullion, in the episode "Terror Town" on October 18, 1958 of NBC's western series "Cimarron City"
He appeared in an episode of "Rawhide" in 1959, "Incident Of The Executioner
On September 15, 1959, Duryea guest starred as the outlaw Bud Carlin in the episode "Stage Stop", the premiere of NBC's "Laramie" western series
Duryea appeared again on "Laramie" on October 25, 1960, in the episode "The Long Riders"
Three weeks later, on November 16, 1960, Duryea played a mentally unstable pioneer obsessed by demons and superstitions in "The Bleymier Story" of NBC's "Wagon Train"
In 1963, Duryea portrayed Dr. Ben Lorrigan on NBC's "The Eleventh Hour"
From 1967 to 1968, he appeared as Eddie Jacks on the soap opera "Peyton Place"
Duryea was married for thirty-five years to his wife, Helen, until her death in January 1967
- In 1967 he produced "Bamboo Saucer", a theatrical feature starring Dan Duryea, one of the more engaging sci-fi films on UFOs of that era, written and directed by Frank Telford
Dan Duryea died in 1968
On June 6, 1968, Duryea died of cancer at the age of 61
Cancer - On June 7, 1968, Duryea died of cancer at the age of 61