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Ronald Reagan
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Richard Carlson
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Burt Lancaster
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Will Hutchins
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Gary Cooper
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Morris Ankrum

Knowledge Identifier: +Morris_Ankrum

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Morris Ankrum

American radio, television and film character actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1896.

Countries: United States (58%), Montana (42%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Barbara Stanwyck, Ronald Reagan, Richard Carlson

Linked to: Southern Pacific Transportation Company, University of California, Berkeley, Paramount Pictures, University of Southern California

 

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Morris Ankrum was born in 1896 add something


1923

From 1923 to 1939, he acted in several Broadway stage productions, including "The Big Blow" and "Within the Gates" add something


1930

Before signing with Paramount Pictures in the 1930s, Nussbaum had already changed his last name to Ankrum add something


1939

Upon signing with the studio, he chose to use the name "Stephen Morris" before changing it to Morris Ankrum in 1939 add something


1942

Ankrum appeared in such westerns as "Ride 'Em Cowboy" in 1942, "Vera Cruz" opposite Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster, "Apache" and "Cattle Queen of Montana" with Barbara Stanwyck and Ronald Reagan add something


1957

Ankrum made twenty-two appearances on "Perry Mason" as one of several judges who regularly presided over the murder trials of Mason's clients from the show's first season in 1957 to his death in 1964 add something

 

On October 15, 1957, Ankrum had a major part in the episode "Strange Land" of ABC's western "Sugarfoot", starring Will Hutchins add something


1958

By the end of 1958, Ankrum's film career had essentially ended, though he continued taking television roles add something

 

In the 1958-1959 season, he appeared twelve times in Richard Carlson's syndicated western series "Mackenzie's Raiders", along with other cast "raiders" Brett King and Louis Jean Heydt add something

 

Richard Carlson - In the 1958-1959 television season, Carlson portrayed Colonel Ranald Mackenzie in the syndicated western series "Mackenzie's Raiders", with Morris Ankrum and Brett King cast among the his "Raiders"


Morris Ankrum died in 1964 add something

 

On September 2, 1964, Ankrum died of trichinosis add something

 

In fact, his final appearance on the series was aired after his death on October 15, 1964 add something