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William Lundigan

William LundiganBorn: 12-Jun-1914
Birthplace: Syracuse, NY
Died: 20-Dec-1975
Location of death: Duarte, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Men Into Space

Wife: Rena Morgan (m. 1945, until his death, one daughter)

    University: Syracuse University

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6670 Hollywood Blvd. (television)

    Men Into Space Col. Edward McCauley (1959-60)

    The Way West (24-May-1967) · Mr. Moynihan
    Riders to the Stars (14-Jan-1954) · Dr. Richard Stanton
    The White Orchid (1954)
    Inferno (12-Aug-1953)
    Serpent of the Nile (8-May-1953)
    Down Among the Sheltering Palms (1-Mar-1953)
    Elopement (23-Nov-1951)
    Love Nest (10-Oct-1951) · Jim Scott
    The House on Telegraph Hill (13-May-1951) · Maj. Marc Anders
    I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (17-Feb-1951) · Rev. William Thompson
    I'll Get By (2-Oct-1950) · William Spencer
    Pinky (29-Sep-1949) · Dr. Thomas Adams
    Follow Me Quietly (7-Jul-1949)
    Mystery in Mexico (21-Aug-1948)
    The Inside Story (14-Mar-1948)
    Dishonored Lady (16-May-1947) · Jack Garet
    The Fabulous Dorseys (21-Feb-1947)
    Salute to the Marines (2-Aug-1943) · Rufus Cleveland
    Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case (May-1943) · Alvin F. Peterson
    Andy Hardy's Double Life (Dec-1942) · Jeff Willis
    Northwest Rangers (28-Oct-1942) · James Kevin Gardiner
    Apache Trail (Sep-1942) · Tom Folliard
    Sunday Punch (8-May-1942) · Ken Burke
    The Courtship of Andy Hardy (Mar-1942)
    The Bugle Sounds (14-Jan-1942) · Joe Hanson
    International Squadron (13-Aug-1941)
    The Great Mr. Nobody (15-Feb-1941) · Richard Amesworth
    Santa Fe Trail (13-Dec-1940) · Bob Holliday
    East of the River (28-Oct-1940) · Nick Lorenzo
    The Sea Hawk (1-Jul-1940) · Danny Logan
    The Man Who Talked Too Much (28-Jun-1940) · Johnny Forbes
    Three Cheers for the Irish (9-Mar-1940) · Michael Flaherty
    The Fighting 69th (26-Jan-1940) · Timmy Wynn
    The Old Maid (16-Aug-1939) · Lanning Halsey
    Dodge City (1-Apr-1939) · Lee Irving
    Three Smart Girls Grow Up (24-Mar-1939)
    Wives Under Suspicion (3-Jun-1938) · Phil
    The Black Doll (30-Jan-1938)

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