Mort Mills

Born in January 11th, 1919

From New York City, New York, USA

Mort Mills Biography

Mort Mills (born Mortimer Morris Kaplan; January 11, 1919 – June 6, 1993) was an American film and television actor who had roles in over 150 movies and television episodes. He was often the town lawman or the local bad guy in many popular westerns of the 1950s and 1960s. From 1957–1959 he had a recurring co-starring role as Marshal Frank Tallman in Man Without a Gun.

Other recurring roles were as Sergeant Ben Landro in the Perry Mason series and Sheriff Fred Madden in The Big Valley. He portrayed supporting roles in the Alfred Hitchcock films Psycho (1960) and Torn Curtain (1966), and in Orson Welles' Touch of Evil (1958). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Mort Mills Movies

Soldier Blue Poster
August 12, 1970
Strategy of Terror Poster
January 1, 1969
Return of the Gunfighter Poster
January 29, 1967
Torn Curtain Poster
July 27, 1966
Blindfold Poster
May 23, 1966
The Outlaws Is Coming Poster
January 14, 1965
Where Love Has Gone Poster
November 2, 1964
Bullet for a Badman Poster
September 1, 1964

Mort Mills TV Shows

Bewitched Poster
September 17, 1964
Mission: Impossible Poster
September 17, 1966
Perry Mason Poster
September 21, 1957
Gunsmoke Poster
September 10, 1955
Ironside Poster
March 28, 1967
The Green Hornet Poster
September 9, 1966
The Fugitive Poster
September 17, 1963
The Invaders Poster
January 10, 1967

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