Stewart Granger
(Movies & TV)
Deborah Kerr
(Movies & TV)
David O. Selznick
(Movies & TV)
Morris Ankrum
(Movies & TV)
Doug McClure
(Movies & TV)

See also

Richard Carlson

Knowledge Identifier: +Richard_Carlson


Richard Carlson

American actor, television and film director, and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1912.

Countries: California (35%), United States (29%), United Kingdom (12%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: California, Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr

Linked to: University of Minnesota, CBS, NBC




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Richard Carlson was born in 1912 add something


He later appeared on the Broadway stage in the 1930s after studying and teaching drama in Minnesota add something


His first film role was in the 1938 David O. Selznick comedy "The Young in Heart" add something


He worked as a freelance actor, appearing in many different film studio works, beginning in 1939 when he moved to California add something


After returning he found it difficult to win new roles, and his future in Hollywood remained in doubt until 1948 add something


Carlson slowly began to rebuild his career, finding work in the newly emergent science fiction and horror $B_films (B_movie) of the 1950s add something


Despite this, real success in Hollywood eluded him until 1950, when he co-starred with Deborah Kerr and Stewart Granger in the highly successful jungle adventure film "King Solomon's Mines", shot on location in Africa add something


Ivan Tors - Long interested in fact-based science fiction , Tors partnered with actor Richard Carlson in the 1950s to create A-Men Films, a production company devoted to making movies about its own fictitious exploits


Deborah Kerr - She starred in the 1950 adventure film, "King Solomon's Mines", shot on location in Africa with Stewart Granger and Richard Carlson


In addition to writing and directing various film and television projects, Carlson was was the star of the television series "I Led Three Lives" from 1953 to 1956 add something


His success in the genre led him to the director's chair for the 1954 sci-fi film "Riders to the Stars", in which he starred add something


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" add something


Doug McClure - He appeared as Adam Davis in 1959 in the episode "The Court Martial of Trooper Davis" of another syndicated series, "Mackenzie's Raiders", starring Richard Carlson

Richard Carlson died in 1977 add something


Carlson died of a cerebral hemorrhage on November 25, 1977 in Encino, California add something