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ANDREW DUGGAN BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:

Andrew Duggan was born December 28, 1923 in Franklin, Indiana, but raised in Texas. He moved back to his home state for college, where he attended Indiana University on a speech and drama scholarship. During World War II, he was in the 40th Special Services Company in the China Burma India Theater of World War II. While on a troopship after the war, Duggan made friends with Broadway director Daniel Mann. Upon coming home, he appeared in many Broadway plays, including “The Rose Tattoo” and “The Third Best Sport”. He began acting on television in 1949 with a spot on “The Chevrolet Tele-Theater”, and for the next thirty seven years continued to have roles on a number of series.

In 1956 he took a couple breaks from TV to play parts in the dramas “Patterns” and “Three Brave Men”. Duggan continued on with his movie career, acting in a total of thirty two pictures. His involvement in them ranged from supporting cast, to leading man. He could be seen in westerns like Rory Calhoun's “Domino Kid” (1957) and Gregory Peck’s “The Bravados” (1958), dramas such as the crime based “FBI Code 98” (1963) and biographical “The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover” (1977), and comedies that included director Larry Cohen’s film “Bones” (1972) and actor Dan Aykroyd’s quirky feature “Doctor Detroit” (1983). However, another one of Duggan’s popular film genres was horror. He appeared in the creepy story of a monster baby, “It's Alive” (1974), its sequel, “It Lives Again” (1978), as well as “Frankenstein Island” (1981). His final film was actually of this type, a vampire flick called “A Return to Salem's Lot” (1987).

More common, however, Duggan appeared on television. Throughout the fifties and sixties he was a common household character, playing in nearly every TV narrative. Each week, it was quite possible to see him in multiple shows. Most famously, the actor had the lead in Warner Brothers’ “Bourbon Street Beat” (1959-60), a popular crime drama in which he portrayed Cal Calhoun, the head of a New Orleans detective agency. In 1962 he starred in ABC’s twenty six week sitcom “Room for One More”, followed by nearly one hundred additional series. Such shows include “Gunsmoke” (1956-65), “12 O'Clock High” (1965-67), “Lancer” (1968-70), “The Waltons” (1971), “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color” (1957-76), “McMillan & Wife” (1971-76), and his last TV series, “Remington Steele” (1986). He did also have parts in a large number of TV movies too, not limited to “The Missiles of October” (1974), “A Fire in the Sky” (1978), and “J. Edgar Hoover” (1987).

On May 15, 1988 while in Westwood, California, Duggan passed away from throat cancer at age sixty four. He ended his life on a high note however, as his career was still going strong when he died.


Filmography

1987       A Return to Salem's Lot 

1987       J. Edgar Hoover 

1986       Remington Steele

1985       Glitter 

1985       Highway to Heaven 

1985       Matt Houston

1984       Falcon Crest

1984       Hardcastle and McCormick 

1983       Doctor Detroit 

1983       Hart to Hart  

1983       The Winds of War 

1981       See China and Die 

1981       Charlie's Angels 

1981       Frankenstein Island 

1980       M*A*S*H 

1980       M Station: Hawaii 

1980       The Long Days of Summer 

1980       Hagen 

1980       Attica

1980       CBS Afternoon Playhouse  

1979       Greatest Heroes of the Bible 

1979       CHiPs 

1979       Lou Grant 

1979       Backstairs at the White House 

1979       The New Adventures of Wonder Woman  

1979       The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel

1978       Vega$  

1978       A Fire in the Sky 

1978       The Time Machine 

1978       The Eddie Capra Mysteries 

1978       Overboard

1978       The Bionic Woman 

1978       It Lives Again 

1978       Project U.F.O. 

1977       The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover 

1977       The Hunted Lady

1977       Switch  

1977       Pine Canyon Is Burning 

1977       The Deadliest Season 

1977       Tail Gunner Joe  

1977       Polavision 

1976       Once an Eagle

1976       Rich Man, Poor Man 

1976       Jigsaw John   

1976       Collision Course: Truman vs. MacArthur 

1975       Barbary Coast 

1975       Lucas Tanner  

1975       The Footloose Goose 

1975       Attack on Terror: The FBI vs. the Ku Klux Klan 

1974       The Missiles of October 

1974       Panic on the 5:22 

1974       The Manhunter  

1974       It's Alive 

1974       The Bears and I 

1974       The Last Angry Man 

1974       Barnaby Jones 

1973       The New Perry Mason     

1973       Pueblo

1973       Black Caesar  

1973       Banacek 

1973       Kung Fu 

1973       Firehouse

1972       The Streets of San Francisco 

1972       Circle of Fear  

1972       Bone

1972       Jigsaw 

1972       Young Dr. Kildare

1972       Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law 

1971       McMillan & Wife 

1971       Cannon

1971       The Waltons 

1971       Mannix  

1971       Neighbors 

1971       Two on a Bench 

1971       Skin Game 

1971       The Forgotten Man 

1971       Mission: Impossible  

1971       Ironside  

1971       The Homecoming: A Christmas Story 

1970       Insight 

1970       Medical Center

1970       The Governor & J.J. 

1968       Lancer 

1968       Hawaii Five-O 

1968       Premiere   

1968       I Spy  

1968       The Secret War of Harry Frigg 

1967       Run for Your Life

1967       Cimarron Strip 

1967       Judd for the Defense  

1967       Off to See the Wizard 

1967       Vacation Playhouse  

1967       In Like Flint 

1967       The Invaders

1966       The F.B.I.   

1965       The Big Valley 

1965       12 O'Clock High   

1966       The Virginian 

1966       A Man Called Shenandoah

1966       F Troop  

1965       The Glory Guys

1965       The Fugitive   

1964       Slattery's People

1964       The Alfred Hitchcock Hour  

1964       The Greatest Show on Earth 

1964       The Great Adventure 

1964       Kraft Suspense Theatre 

1964       Nightmare in Chicago 

1964       Arrest and Trial 

1964       The Lieutenant 

1964       Seven Days in May  

1964       The Incredible Mr. Limpet 

1964       Bonanza 

1963       The Eleventh Hour 

1963       Dr. Kildare 

1963       Palm Springs Weekend

1963       Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre

1963       The Defenders  

1963       The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters 

1963       PT 109       

1963       The Dakotas  

1963       FBI Code 98 

1962       What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

1962       The Chapman Report 

1962       Room for One More

1962       House of Women 

1962       Merrill's Marauders 

1962       Red Nightmare 

1962       Hawaiian Eye

1961       Maverick 

1961       Lawman

1961       Splendor in the Grass

1961       The DuPont Show of the Week   

1960       The Roaring 20's

1959       77 Sunset Strip

1959       Bourbon Street Beat 

1959       Captain David Grief

1959       Westbound  

1958       Tombstone Territory

1958       Decision

1958       The Bravados 

1958       Suspicion 

1958       Jefferson Drum 

1958       Have Gun - Will Travel  

1958       Return to Warbow

1957       Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color

1957       Matinee Theatre  

1957       Decision at Sundown 

1957       Domino Kid 

1957       Colt .45 

1957       Wagon Train 

1957       The United States Steel Hour 

1957       Wire Service

1957       Schlitz Playhouse

1957       Conflict 

1956       Cheyenne

1956       Gunsmoke

1956       Three Brave Men 

1956       Goodyear Playhouse 

1956       The Kaiser Aluminum Hour   

1956       Medic 

1956       Patterns 

1956       Chevron Hall of Stars 

1955       You Are There  

1955       I Spy  

1954       Ponds Theater

1953       Danger 

1953       Robert Montgomery Presents  

1951       Lights Out  

1951       Fireside Theatre

1950       Lux Video Theatre    

1949       NBC Presents

1949       The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre





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