Knowledge Identifier: +Jack_Webb
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1920.
Countries: United States (89%), (9%), Austria (3%)
Linked to: Belmont High School, Jews, Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, Los Angeles Police Department
Ann Robinson - "'Ann Robinson"' is an American actress and stunt horse rider, perhaps best known for her work in the film, "The War of the Worlds" and in the 1947 to 1970 radio and television series, "Dragnet", in which she starred opposite Jack Webb
Ann Robinson - She had a starring role opposite Jack Webb, in the radio and television series "Dragnet", which was broadcast in multiple versions between 1947 and 1970
Kevin Hagen - He was spotted in a production of Eugene O'Neill's "Desire Under the Elms" and given a guest-starring role on the classic 1950s police series "Dragnet", starring Jack Webb
Martin Milner - It was on the set of "Halls of Montezuma" in 1950 that he met and befriended actor Jack Webb
Mark VII Limited - "'Mark VII Limited"' was the production company of actor, producer, and director Jack Webb, and was active from 1951 to Webb's death in 1982
In 1954, a full-length feature film adaptation of the series was released, starring Webb, Alexander, and Richard Boone
Virginia Gregg - Jack Webb utilized her in dozens of roles on both radio and TV versions of the show as well as the "Dragnet" 1954 movie where she played the role of Ethel Starkie
Ella Fitzgerald - In her most notable screen role, Fitzgerald played the part of singer Maggie Jackson in Jack Webb's 1955 jazz film Pete Kelly's Blues.
Whitney Blake - She appeared in the 1959 film "-30-" with Jack Webb as a childless couple wanting to adopt a baby
In the early 1960s Webb teamed with actor Jeffrey Hunter to form Apollo Productions
Arch Hall, Sr. - Hall's experience in the Air Force was satirized in "The Last Time I Saw Archie", a 1961 film by Bill Bowers which starred Jack Webb, Robert_Mitchum, and France Nuyen
Harvey Glatman - Parts of Glatman's career were fictionalized by Jack Webb in the 1966 TV movie "Dragnet"
Beginning in early 1967, Webb produced and starred in a new color version of "Dragnet" for NBC, this time for Universal Television, which packaged all but one of his subsequent shows
Jill Banner - Banner was featured in several episodes of Jack Webb's police-procedural shows, "Dragnet" 1967 and "Adam-12", usually playing clueless teenagers and spaced-out daytrippers
Jack Sheldon - He made numerous appearances on the 1967-70 version of the Jack Webb NBC series "Dragnet"
Kent McCord - In Jack Webb's "Dragnet 1967", he made a guest appearance as a novice undercover officer Paul Culver
In the 1970s Webb began to expand his Mark VII Limited into other shows
Kent McCord - He was pegged to play Jack Webb's partner , in another revival of "Dragnet", but the project ended with Webb's death in 1982
He is interred at Sheltering Hills Plot 1999, Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills Cemetery in Los Angeles, and was given a funeral with full police honors
Ed O'Neill - "Law & Order" franchise creator Dick Wolf cast O'Neill as Sgt. Joe Friday in his 2003 remake of Jack Webb's classic TV crime series "Dragnet"