Brad Johnson
Actor
Brad Johnson
Elmer Bradley "Brad" Johnson, was an American film and television actor, best remembered for his role as the deputy Lofty Craig on the 1950s Western series, Annie Oakley. After his last television appearance, in a 1967 episode of CBS's Gunsmoke, Johnson spent the remainder of his life as a real estate developer in Los Angeles, California.
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Brad Johnson column: Eastern Gamagrass a good plant - Salisbury Post
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SALISBURY — I recently had a question from a producer in the western part of the county to identify a pasture grass. The grass looked familiar. The seedheads were especially unique and made me think it was probably Eastern Gamagrass, but the plant
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Fox News: 'Facts Are Certainly' On The Side Of Global Warming, But 'It Doesn't ... - Think Progress
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On Fox & Friends Sunday, anchor Clayton Morris admitted that Fox News factcheckers have confirmed that man-made global warming is “certainly” real, but argued that it “doesn't matter” because climate denial
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Davidson prof. explains why quake rocked whole East - DavidsonNews.net
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The answer has to do with the nature of the rock on the East Coast, geologist Brad Johnson of Davidson College says. Professor Johnson, who started work this month as Davidson's first full-time professor of Environmental Studies, said the unusual quake
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The Daily Norseman Interview With Brad Johnson - Daily Norseman
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Brad Johnson was kind enough to sit down with Daily Norseman yesterday at Dick's Sporting Goods in Richfield. Johnson lives in the Athens, Georgia area and keeps very busy with coaching various levels of football in the area--in fact,
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Ex-Viking QB endorses concussion screening for young athletes - Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)
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Brad Johnson, the former Vikings QB, is at Dick's Sporting Goods in Richfield from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm today (Friday) to promote the use of ImPACT concussion screening by young athletes. While concussion screening has become standard for pro and college
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Kolora-Noorat's Brad Johnson wins WDFNL's Esam medal - Warrnambool Standard
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KOLORA-NOORAT midfielder Brad Johnson last night capped a brilliant year with a thrilling victory in last night's JA Esam Medal. Johnson and the Power dominated last night's Warrnambool and District Football Netball League awards night at Warrnambool's
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Johnson: Competition 'a good thing' for Ponder - FS North
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Brad Johnson says veteran Donovan McNabb and rookie Christian Ponder will push each other every day and that will make Ponder better. (Jim Mone/AP Photo) Kevin Gorg has spent the past five years covering the Wild, Timberwolves, Twins and Golden Gophers
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Authorities Patrol Tubing in Red Lake Falls - WDAY
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Brad Johnson – Red Lake County Sheriff's Dept: “Having this kind of recreational business is like added a few more bars.” Chief Deputy Brad Johnson and other officers are putting extra hours this summer to make sure people are being safe
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Sid Hartman: Johnson says Ponder has the talent - Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Photo: Steve Cannon, Associated Press Add Brad Johnson, a former outstanding NFL quarterback, to the list of people saying Vikings No. 1 draft pick Christian Ponder of Florida State has a lot of talent. ¶ "I've only met him a couple times;
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Barrett helps Bemidji earn split at Grand Rapids - American Chronicle
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"I was very impressed with Devin," said VFW coach Brad Johnson. "He threw the ball very well." Bemidji trailed 2-0 heading into the sixth inning of the nightcap but Logan Crosby started a rally by drawing a walk. Mitch Buckanaga also walked and the
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Repairs begin on roundabout at Jacksonville Landing - Florida Times-Union
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Brad Johnson (left) and Hughstin Higdon used pick axes and pry bars to loosen granite pavers from the Laura Street roundabout in front of The Jacksonville Landing before removing them by hand Wednesday. Sign up for Jacksonville.com's afternoon top
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Washington County Approves Redistricting - Bartlesville Radio
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Washington County Commissioners met Tuesday morning and were informed that due to a problem with his schedule, County Treasurer Brad Johnson was sworn in this morning instead of Friday. A resolution was approved that revised the district boundaries for
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Man trapped 15 hours in Englewood air conditioning vent - Denver Post
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At 2:50 pm, police responded to a report of calls for help near 3195 S. Lafayette Street, said Brad Johnson, an investigator for the Englewood Police Department. After arriving, officers determined that the calls for help were coming from the roof of
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Brad Johnson
    FIFTIES
  • 1981
    Age 56
    Brad and Adele Johnson were married for thirty-one years until his death in 1981.
    More Details Hide Details Adele used the stage name "Amanda Webb". Their two children are Sander K. Johnson, who played in Mattel toy gun commercials of the 1950s, and Julie Johnson Storozynski. Johnson died at the age of fifty-six in a hospital in Burbank, California.At the time of his death, Johnson had just completed developing a shopping center. Adele Johnson later remarried and continues to live in southern California. Johnson was cremated. Johnson's granddaughter, Julie's daughter, Azura Skye, who was born just months after his death, is an actress, having appeared in many productions, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer and with Sandra Bullock in the film 28 Days.
  • FORTIES
  • 1967
    Age 42
    His last acting role was his only appearance on James Arness’s Gunsmoke, as Laskin in the 1967 episode "Cattle Barons".
    More Details Hide Details Johnson also made many public appearances in the late 1950s and early 1960s at county and state fairs, rodeos, and western expositions. He developed a popular fast-gun act. He also appeared at the California Gold Rush commemoration in Auburn, California, in the late 1950s.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1964
    Age 39
    In 1964, he appeared as Jim McDowell in "Doesn't Anybody Know Who I Am?" of NBC's Kraft Suspense Theatre.
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  • 1960
    Age 35
    In 1960, he portrayed Sheriff Dan Blaisdell in "Home Is the Brave" on Clint Walker's ABC series Cheyenne.
    More Details Hide Details Other Johnson western roles were as Jim Reardon in "A Bullet for the Teacher" (1960) on ABC’s Maverick, as Will Eckhardt in “The Cathy Eckhardt Story” opposite Susan Oliver on NBC’s Wagon Train, and as Duke Huston in “Vigilantes of Montana” on NBC's Overland Trail with William Bendix and Doug McClure. Johnson also appeared in three Warner Brothers detective series on ABC: Bourbon Street Beat, Surfside 6, and 77 Sunset Strip.
  • 1959
    Age 34
    In 1959, Johnson played cowboy "Whip Johnson" in the CBS situation comedy Dennis the Menace, starring Jay North, in the episode "Dennis and the Cowboy".
    More Details Hide Details Between 1952 and 1960, Johnson appeared five times on the syndicated anthology series Death Valley Days, including the roles of legendary sheriff Bill Tilghman in the episode “The Wedding Dress” and of Sheriff Tom Fuller in "Stagecoach Spy".
    In 1959, he played Joe Shields in the episode "Wild Cargo" of Dale Robertson's Tales of Wells Fargo.
    More Details Hide Details That same year he played a character "Hardin" in the episode "Trouble at Tres Cruces" of CBS's Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater.
  • 1958
    Age 33
    In 1958, he played Hurley Abbott in the episode, "The Underdog", in the same series.
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  • 1957
    Age 32
    Johnson played the role of Ed Masterson (brother of Bat Masterson) in the 1957 episode "The Nice Ones Always Die First" of the ABC half-hour western series, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, with Hugh O'Brian in the starring role.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1952
    Age 27
    In 1952, he had an uncredited role as a reporter in Cecil B. DeMille's The Greatest Show on Earth with Charlton Heston.
    More Details Hide Details He drove to Florida to procure this role, armed with a rarely written letter of recommendation from Professor De Mille. About the time that Johnson appeared on Annie Oakley, he guest-starred in other series of the 1950s, mostly westerns: The Cisco Kid, The Range Rider, Cowboy G-Men, Stories of the Century, Circus Boy, Rescue 8, State Trooper, and The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, in which he appeared as John Quinn in the episode "The Iron Horse" (1955) and as Tom Buckner in "Rin Tin Tin and the Second Chance" (1956). Johnson appeared in all eighty-one episodes of Annie Oakley, a Gene Autry Flying A Production, as the principled and courageous law enforcement officer to the more unconventional and free-spirited Annie Oakley, a fictitious portrayal of the famed markswoman from Ohio. In the story line, Annie, played by Gail Davis, and her younger brother, Tagg Oakley (portrayed by Jimmy Hawkins), live in fictitious Diablo, Arizona. Their uncle, Luke MacTavish, is officially the sheriff, but he is usually away, with Johnson's Lofty Craig, riding his horse Forest, hence minding the office and jail.
  • 1951
    Age 26
    One of Johnson's first screen roles came at the age of twenty-seven, when he appeared in 1951 as one of six unnamed students in Ronald W. Reagan's Bedtime for Bonzo.
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  • 1950
    Age 25
    In the summer of 1950, Johnson was the resident lead appearing with Anthony Franciosa in summer stock.
    More Details Hide Details He performed in several plays at the Playhouse in the Sky at Lake Tahoe, near Reno, Nevada. Johnson and his wife, the former Adele Cook, co-starred in Born Yesterday and received excellent reviews.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1924
    Born
    Born on July 23, 1924.
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