Richard Egan

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Richard Egan (July 29, 1921 - July 20, 1987) was an American actor. In some films he is credited as Richard Eagan.

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MOVIE CREDITS:
1954: David Sheppard - Gog
1956: Vance Reno - Love Me Tender
1959: Ken Jorgenson - A Summer Place
1962: King Leonidas - The 300 Spartans
1958: Jim Burton - Voice in the Mirror
1956: Wes Tancred - Tension at Table Rock
1957: William Keating - Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
1973: Sam Blue - Moonfire
1964: Fanfare for a Death Scene
1974: Jonathon - Throw Out the Anchor
1955: Jose Mendoza - Seven Cities of Gold
1960: King Ahasuerus - Esther and the King
1954: Kyle Cameron - Khyber Patrol
1968: Dan Street - The Destructors
1953: Matt Bannister - Wicked Woman
1955: Boyd Fairchild - Violent Saturday
1959: Jehu - These Thousand Hills
1970: Pat McDougal - The House That Would Not Die
1956: Jim Blair - The Revolt of Mamie Stover
1973: Pete Anderson - Day of the Wolves
1955: Anson 'Sonny' Page - The View from Pompey's Head
1967: Sebastian - Chubasco
1967: Wade Cochran - Valley of Mystery
1979: The Sweet Creek County War
1960: Dr. Edmond Chilton - Pollyanna
1958: Colonel Dutch Imil, CO 54th Fighter Group - The Hunters
1951: Police Lt. Bud Lennox - Hollywood Story
1955: Kurt Hout - Untamed
1950: Jess Faylen - Undercover Girl
1955: Johnny Gray - Underwater!
1953: Sgt. Johnson - The Glory Brigade
1952: Lt. Parker - The Devil Makes Three
1969: Frederick Lansdale - The Big Cube
1952: Strap Galland alias Gillis - Cripple Creek
1951: Capa - Up Front
1952: Capt. Ralston - One Minute to Zero
1951: Gill - The Golden Horde
1971: Mean Justice
1953: Billy Lorant - The Kid from Left Field
1953: Doctor Neal Garven - Split Second
1950: Herbie Brooks - Highway 301
1954: Dardenius - Demetrius and the Gladiators
1952: Briggs - Blackbeard, the Pirate
1952: Sgt. Reuben Bernard - The Battle at Apache Pass
1977: Ridgeway - The Amsterdam Kill
1951: Captain Fezil - Flame of Araby
1950: Roy Whitehead - The Damned Don't Cry
1950: Officer Daley - The Good Humor Man
1951: Sgt. John Masterson - Bright Victory
1950: Beale - Wyoming Mail
1950: First Lieutenant - Kansas Raiders
1949: Police Detective - The Story of Molly X
1950: Treasury Agent Owney (uncredited) - The Killer That Stalked New York

TV CREDITS:
1962: Jim Redigo - Empire
1976: The Quest
1973: Police Story
1982: Capitol
1972: The Streets of San Francisco
1963: Jim Redigo - Redigo
1951: Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
1963: Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre