Guy Madison
Actor
Guy Madison
Guy Madison was an American film and television actor.
Biography
Guy Madison's personal information overview.
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Indian man slammed down after caller reported 'black guy'
Yahoo News - about 2 years
MADISON, Ala. (AP) — A grandfather from India who was slammed to the ground by a police officer in a northern Alabama suburb had been singled out by police after a caller said a "skinny black guy" with a toboggan hat was walking in the neighborhood and peering into garages, recordings show.
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History on the block: San Elizario iconic theater on market for $2M - El Paso Times
Google News - over 5 years
Over the years, the Horseshoe attracted various stage and Hollywood television and movie actors of an era gone by: Tab Hunter, Gloria De Haven, June Lockhart, Guy Madison, Pat Carroll, Mamie Van Doren, Gale Storm, Bob Denver, Tom Poston, Ann B. Davis,
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Groundhog Day Applesauce: Mets get to .500 (again), Reyes has Multi-hit game ... - Amazin' Avenue
Google News - over 5 years
He's carved out a nice little career for himself as a utility guy. Madison Bumgarner bounced back from one of the worst starts of the year, to strike out 11 as the Giants beat the Indians. Let the rumors of Bumgarner for Reyes commence
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Girard Middle School honor roll - Pittsburg Morning Sun
Google News - over 5 years
... Emily Rawlings, Rebekah Taylor and Cassidy Thomason, eighth grade; Garrett Barnaby, Laike Damman, Ethan George, Samantha Guy, Madison Hey, Ashley McDonald, Kaitlan Palmer, Teddy Paoni, Katy Pitts, Alex Troike, Allison Tucker and Jonathan Zimmerman,
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Filmes são exibidos gratuitamente na Biblioteca Pública do Paraná - G1.com.br
Google News - over 5 years
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College News - Madison County Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Flora: Courtney Cumberland, Matthew Ertle and Jewl Guy. Madison: Andleeb Atique, Chase Baker, Emily Barnette, Will Blackmon, Kimberly Blackstock, Jennifer Boyd, Stephan Briggs, Sean Byrd, Allyson Dixon, Wesam Faraj, Matthew Graves, Lindsey Greenhill,
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State B track: Time for a western triumph? - The Missoulian
Google News - over 5 years
The Falcons will lean on sprinter/hurdler Dylan Reynolds, distance guy Madison Bolt, jumpers Ross Mangun and Reed Jenkins, and a 1600 relay team that's battled with Darby all season to make its push for a team plaque. Columbus and Thompson Falls,
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Kingman, Arizona: The Heart of Historic Route 66 - The Epoch Times
Google News - almost 6 years
There's also the fringed jacket he wore as Wild Bill Hickok's sidekick, Jingles P. Jones, opposite Guy Madison (Hickok); his personal saddle with boots and hat from the Rose Bowl Parade is displayed in a glass case. Kingman developed into an important
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My kingdom for a Norse - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
It's about muscles and the big hammer carried by a blond and bearded beefcake actor in the tradition of Guy Madison or Troy Donahue. Dialogue comes a distant third behind action and abdominals, supplied in this case by Australian actor Chris Hemsworth,
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PROPERTY VALUES; What You Get for ... $525,000
NYTimes - over 7 years
MORONGO VALLEY, CALIF. WHAT: A three-bedroom two-and-a-half-bath ranch house HOW MUCH: $525,000 PER SQUARE FOOT: $197.89 SETTING: This house -- formerly owned by the actor Guy Madison, who starred in the 1950s television western ''The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok'' -- is on five acres at the western edge of the Mojave Desert. Morongo Valley,
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A Star's Real Life Upstages His Films; Tab Hunter Looks Back on Sadness and Success and Ahead to a Book
NYTimes - over 13 years
Over the past 20 years Tab Hunter, whose blond, Malibu beach boy looks made him one of the biggest screen idols of the 1950's, has had a heart attack, a quadruple bypass and a stroke. But at 72 he still looks like, well, a beach boy, albeit older. And his career and personal life, if not exactly sunny, are far livelier than most of his films, which
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Dorothy McGuire, Steadfast Heroine of Film, Dies at 83
NYTimes - over 15 years
Dorothy McGuire, who came to Hollywood from Broadway to repeat her 1941 stage success in the title role in ''Claudia,'' and went on to have a long and distinguished film career playing sensitive, intelligent and steadfast women, died yesterday in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 83. Miss McGuire broke her leg three weeks ago and then developed
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Instant Decision By Don King DON KING, the boxing promoter, was in the greenroom, waiting for his turn in the guest's chair on the public-television interview program ''Charlie Rose'' on Monday. On a television monitor he watched a segment being videotaped with LEAH RABIN, the widow of YITZHAK RABIN, who was assassinated in 1995; their daughter,
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Guy Madison, a Movie Actor And TV's Wild Bill, Dies at 74
NYTimes - about 21 years
Guy Madison, a film and television actor who starred in the 1950's television series "The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok," died on Tuesday at Desert Hospital Hospice in Palm Springs, Calif. He was 74 and lived in Morongo Valley, Calif. The cause was emphysema, The Associated Press reported. Mr. Madison, who changed his name from Robert Moseley when
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IS HOLLYWOOD REALLY 'S.O.B.' DECADENT?
NYTimes - over 35 years
ROBERT PRESTON, a.k.a. Dr. Irving Finegarten (of Blake Edwards's ''S.O.B.''), has been in movies since 1938. But when you ask him whether Hollywood has really become the decadent, venomous world that ''S.O.B.'' portrays, he says he's no authority. ''I moved back East in 1951.'' So then, Mr. Preston, what do you know about Dr. Finegarten? He of the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Guy Madison
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1996
    Age 74
    In 1996, a Golden Palm Star was dedicated to Madison on the Palm Springs, California, Walk of Stars.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1949
    Age 27
    Madison married actress Gail Russell in 1949. They separated in 1953 and divorced in October 1954. Later that month, Madison married actress Sheila Connolly in Juarez, Mexico. They had three daughters: Bridget, Erin and Dolly. They separated in November 1960 and divorced in April 1963.
    More Details Hide Details He had an affair with Gia Scala; before her death, she made him beneficiary to her portion of the Screen Actors Pension Fund. He also had a son, Robert Madison (born in Rome in 1967), who also became an actor.
  • 1946
    Age 24
    Madison was signed by RKO Pictures in 1946 and began appearing in romantic comedies and dramas.
    More Details Hide Details In 1951 he was cast as the title character in The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok, co-starring Andy Devine as his pal, Pete "Jingles" Jones. The series ran for seven years. During the run of the show, sixteen feature films were released by Monogram Pictures between 1952 and 1955 that consisted of combined episodes of the series. Following his television series, he appeared in several more films before leaving for Europe, where he found greater success in sword-and-sandal, spaghetti western and macaroni combat films.
  • 1944
    Age 22
    In 1944, while he was visiting Hollywood on leave, the young Navy man's boyish good looks and physique caught the eye of Henry Willson, the head of talent at David O. Selznick's newly formed Vanguard Pictures.
    More Details Hide Details Willson was widely known for his stable of good-looking, marginally-talented actors with unusual names that he had bestowed upon them, and he immediately rechristened Moseley as Madison and cast him in a bit part as a sailor in Selznick's Since You Went Away. Following the film's release in 1944, the studio received thousands of letters from fans wanting to know more about him.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1942
    Age 20
    Born Robert Ozell Moseley in Pumpkin Center, California, Madison attended Bakersfield College, a junior college, for two years and then worked briefly as a telephone lineman before joining the United States Navy in 1942 during World War II.
    More Details Hide Details He had three brothers, Wayne, Harold and David, and a sister, Rosemary. Wayne Moseley was an actor, using the stage name Wayne Mallory.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1922
    Age 0
    Born on January 19, 1922.
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