Knowledge Identifier: +Harry_Morgan
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1915.
Countries: United States (61%), New York (13%), United Kingdom (6%)
Linked to: University of Chicago, The Ox-Bow Incident, Los Angeles Times, American Broadcasting Company
He originally aspired to a law degree, but began acting while a junior at the University of Chicago in 1935
Morgan made his screen debut in the 1942 movie "To the Shores of Tripoli"
Morgan continued to play a number of significant roles on the big screen in such films as "The Ox-Bow Incident" ; "Wing and a Prayer" ; "Dragonwyck" ; "The Big Clock" ; "High Noon" ; and several films in the 1950s for director Anthony Mann, including "Bend of the River" ; "Thunder Bay" ; "The Glenn Miller Story" ; "The Far Country" and "Strategic Air Command"
Morgan hosted the NBC radio series "Mystery in the Air" starring Peter Lorre in 1947
In 1979, Morgan played Mr. DePinna in a TV version of George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's Pulitzer prize-winning play "You Can't Take It With You"
In 1986, he costarred with Hal Linden in "Blacke's Magic", a show about a magician who doubled as a detective solving unusual crimes
Frances Rafferty - With the death of Harry Morgan in 2011, none of the "December Bride" cast is still living