Richard Carlson
Actor, director, screenwriter
Richard Carlson
Richard D. Carlson was an American actor, television and film director, and screenwriter.
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Relationship Problems - Inside Higher Ed
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“In my experience, this is not a rare occurrence, particularly at the graduate student level,” says Richard Carlson, a professor or labor and employment law at the South Texas College of Law, who has written on the subject of faculty-student
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City commission considering law requiring all special sales tax districts in ... - Lawrence Journal World
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Richard Carlson, chair of the House's taxation committee, said there was concern that the signs could serve as a punishment for businesses who are doing the state's work by collecting sales taxes. Carlson said not all businesses who are in a special
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5 Ray Bradbury Movies You Can Watch Right Now - Film School Rejects
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The Pitch: In Universal's first 3D movie, writer and astronomy hobbyist John Putnam (Richard Carlson) heads to the crash site of a meteor outside a small town in Arizona, but instead of space rocks, he believes it's actually an alien spacecraft
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9/11 Memorial Ride to Use GPS Tracking from Wireless Matrix - AZoSensors
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According to J. Richard Carlson, the CEO and President of Wireless Matrix, this annual event had created a living memorial on behalf of first responders who had sacrificed so much on that fateful day and afterwards. He further revealed that the GPS
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Gov. Applauds State, Local Groups For Wamego Caterpillar Expansion - WIBW
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Our profound thanks go to Representative Richard Carlson, Governor Brownback, Secretary George and his staff, and all of our city, county and local economic development officials whom all worked closely as a team to make Caterpillar aware of how much
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Moon Rock Age Recalculated and Moon Younger Than First Thought - ThirdAge
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Richard Carlson, of the Carnegie Institution's Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, was quoted by The Australian newspaper as saying, "The extraordinarily young age of the this lunar sample either means that the moon solidified significantly later than ... - -
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Poland Spring awards scholarships - Lewiston Sun Journal
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Front row, Richard Carlson (holding sign) and Heather McBean, Poland Spring education and outreach manager. POLAND SPRING — Poland Spring Water Company recently awarded 20 Good Science Scholarships to Maine high school seniors who are pursuing
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Six steps to beating All Blacks - SPORT24
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Richard Carlson became famous for his books about “Sweating the Small Stuff”. In the books he argues that we spend too much of our valuable time dawdling over small issues and in the process we worry ourselves to death about things that almost always
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Some details miss the mark at Sushi Garden's new location - Inside Tucson Business
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Despite Richard Carlson's book "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff," in the restaurant business, the devil is in the details. One of those details is the cleanliness of salt and pepper shakers. In my years in the business, I felt that was a bellwether for
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Find danger, romance in 'King Solomon' - HollandSentinel.com
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Richard Carlson, later to become a television stalwart, plays Elizabeth's brother. The screenplay, written by Helen Deutsch, bears little resemblance to Haggard's book which contains no woman or love interest. In the film, Quatermain, a renowned hunter
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St. James Historical Society Preserves WWII Names - St. James Plaindealer
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That is until Tom Anderson and Richard Carlson re-discovered them in a county highway storage facility. The two men asked if they could have them for the historical society and were told, “Sure go ahead, they will just end up being used for building an
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Observatory Honors Man For Service - Jamestown Post Journal
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Richard Carlson, right, is shown receiving an award from the Martz Observatory's president, Gary Nelson, for his service to the Night Sky Network. This network, an extension of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology,
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Police report: July 12 - Norwich Bulletin
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By Staff reports Richard Carlson, 49, 11 Breault's Landing, Thompson, 7:45 pm, interfering with a police officer, three counts of hindering prosecution; court date July 19, Danielson Superior Court. Stephanie Lafferty, 31, 182 Central Ave., Norwich,
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Wireless Matrix appoints new VP of SMB sales - Automotive Business Review
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Wireless Matrix president and CEO Richard Carlson said the company has enough traction in the SMB market to merit more serious investment. "Stone has a wealth of experience selling application and SaaS services to small and medium businesses," Carlson
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Redistricting uncertainty complicates San Diego races - SignOnSanDiego.com
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Depending on how the district lines are drawn, Kersey could be facing 40-year Mira Mesa resident, retired San Diego police officer and former grand jury member Richard Carlson. Currently, Carlson and Kersey are in the same district,
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Timeline
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1977
    Age 64
    Carlson died of a cerebral hemorrhage on November 25, 1977 in Encino, California.
    More Details Hide Details He was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, in West Los Angeles. For his contribution to the television industry, Richard Carlson has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6333 Hollywood Blvd.
  • 1975
    Age 62
    His last acting role was in a 1975 episode of Khan!
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  • FORTIES
  • 1958
    Age 45
    In the 1958-1959 television season, Carlson portrayed Colonel Ranald Mackenzie in the syndicated western series Mackenzie's Raiders.
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  • 1953
    Age 40
    In addition to writing and directing various film and television projects, Carlson was also was the star of the television series I Led Three Lives from 1953 to 1956.
    More Details Hide Details He was featured in The Helen Morgan Story (1957). His last film was the Elvis Presley/Mary Tyler Moore film, Change of Habit (1969).
  • THIRTIES
  • 1950
    Age 37
    Despite this, real success in Hollywood eluded him until 1950, when he co-starred with Deborah Kerr and Stewart Granger in the highly successful jungle adventure film King Solomon's Mines, shot on location in Africa.
    More Details Hide Details Other films followed, including the World War II naval action film Flat Top. Carlson slowly began to rebuild his career, finding work in the newly emergent science fiction and horror B films of the 1950s. He appeared in a number of horror and science fiction films, including three 3-D films: The Maze (1953) and the classics It Came from Outer Space (1953) with Barbara Rush, Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) with Julia Adams, and The Magnetic Monster. His success in the genre led him to the director's chair for the 1954 sci-fi film Riders to the Stars, in which he also starred. In addition to science fiction work, he had a recurring role as a writer of "science fact" in The Bell Laboratory Science Series.
  • 1948
    Age 35
    Like many actors, Carlson served in World War II, interrupting his acting career. After returning he found it difficult to win new roles, and his future in Hollywood remained in doubt until 1948.
    More Details Hide Details In that year, Carlson was cast in two low-budget film noir releases, Behind Locked Doors and The Amazing Mr. X.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1940
    Age 27
    Before the war, he appeared mostly in comedies and dramas, including The Little Foxes and Too Many Girls with Lucille Ball in 1940.
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  • 1939
    Age 26
    He worked as a freelance actor, appearing in many different film studio works, beginning in 1939 when he moved to California.
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  • 1938
    Age 25
    His first film role was in the 1938 David O. Selznick comedy The Young in Heart.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1912
    Born
    Born on April 29, 1912.
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