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Richard Boone Film and Movie Credits
Halls of Montezuma – Lt. Col. Gilfillan (1951)
Call Me Mister – Mess Sergeant (1951)
The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel – Captain Hermann Aldinger (1951)
Red Skies of Montana – Richard ‘Dick’ Dryer (1952)
Return of the Texan – Rod Murray (1952)
Kangaroo – John W. Gamble (1952)
Way of a Gaucho – Major Salinas (1952)
Pony Soldier (uncredited) (1952)
Man on a Tightrope – Krofta (1953)
Vicki – Lt. Ed Cornell (1953)
The Robe – Pontius Pilate (1953)
City of Bad Men – John Ringo (1953)
Beneath the 12-Mile Reef – Thomas Rhys (1953)
Dragnet – Captain Jim Hamilton (1954)
The Siege at Red River – Brett Manning (1954)
The Raid – Capt. Lionel Foster (1954)
Ten Wanted Men – Wick Campbell (1955)
Man Without a Star – Steve Miles (1955)
Robbers’ Roost – Hank Hays (1955)
The Big Knife – Narrator (voice, uncredited) (1955)
Battle Stations – The Captain (1956)
Star in the Dust – Sam Hall (1956)
Away All Boats – Lieut. Fraser (1956)
The Tall T – Frank Usher (1957)
Lizzie – Dr. Neal Wright (1957)
The Garment Jungle – Artie Ravidge (1957)
I Bury the Living – Robert Kraft (1958)
Ocean’s 11 – Voice of Minister (voice, uncredited) (1960)
The Alamo – General Sam Houston (1960)
A Thunder of Drums – Captain Stephen Maddocks (1961)
Rio Conchos – James Lassiter (1964)
The War Lord – Bors (1965)
Hombre – Grimes (1967)
Kona Coast (film) – Capt. Sam Moran (1968)
The Night of the Following Day – Leer (1968)
The Arrangement – Sam Arness (1969)
The Kremlin Letter – Ward (1970)
Madron – Madron (1970)
Big Jake – John Fain (1971)
Against a Crooked Sky – Russian (1975)
Diamante Lobo – The Sheriff (1976)
The Shootist – Mike Sweeney (1976)
The Last Dinosaur – Maston Thrust Jr. (1977)
The Big Sleep – Lash Canino (1978)
Winter Kills – Keifitz (1979)
The Bushido Blade – Commodore Matthew C. Perry (1981)

Richard Boone TV Credits
Actors Studio – 3 episodes (1949-1950)
The Front Page – 10 episodes (CBS, 1949-1950)
Suspense – episode – Photo Finish- Mercer (1950)
Medic – 59 episodes – Dr. Konrad Styner (1954-1956)
Climax! – 4 episodes – Various (1955-1957)
Matinee Theatre – episode – Wuthering Heights – Heathcliff (1955)
General Electric Theater – episode – Love Is Eternal – Abraham Lincoln (1955)
Lux Video Theatre – episode – The Hunted – Saxon (1955)
‘The Ford Television Theatre – Catch at Straws – Local Press (1956)
Lux Video Theatre – episode – A House of His Own – Vincent Giel (1956)
Frontier – episode – The Salt War – Everett Brayer (1956)
Studio One in Hollywood – episode – Dead of Noon – John Wesley Hardin (1957)
Have Gun – Will Travel – 225 episodes – Paladin, and Smoke (1957–1963)
Playhouse 90 – 3 episodes – Various (1958-1960)
The United States Steel Hour – 2 episodes – Various (1959-1960)
The Right Man – TV movie – Abraham Lincoln (1960)
The Richard Boone Show – 25 episodes – Various (1963–1964)
Cimarron Strip – episode – The Roarer- Sergeant Bill Disher (1967)
The Mark Waters Story (1969)
In Broad Daylight – Tony Chappel (1971)
Deadly Harvest – Anton Solca (1972)
Hec Ramsey – 10 episodes – Deputy Sheriff Hec Ramsey (1972-1974)
Goodnight, My Love – Francis Hogan (1972)
The Great Niagara – TV movie – Aaron Grant (1974)
The Last Dinosaur (1977)
The Hobbit – Smaug (Dragon) (voice) (1977)

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