Will Hutchins
American actor
Will Hutchins
Will Hutchins is an American actor most noted for playing the lead role of the young lawyer from Oklahoma, Tom Brewster, in the Warner Brothers Western television series Sugarfoot, which aired on ABC from 1957 to 1961.
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Peggy Elliott: What I Learned At The Dick Van Dyke School Of Sitcom Writing
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
When I started writing situation comedies for television, "The Dick Van Dyke Show" had just finished its run. It was too late to have a shot to write for the gold standard, but the right time to work with practically everyone who had been associated with the show as they moved on to new projects. Bill Persky and Sam Denoff, co-creators and producers of "Dick Van Dyke," had created "That Girl" for Marlo Thomas. Jerry Paris, who played next-door neighbor Jerry on DVD, as well as directing many episodes, was now directing "Hey, Landlord," created by Garry Marshall and Jerry Belson, writers for "Dick Van Dyke." Garry was my first mentor, and it was he who introduced me to my writing partner, Ed Scharlach, also fresh out of college. Ed and I were "the kids" among writing teams who were, on average, 10 years older, and we spent our 20s being discovered by a series of some of the best talents in our strange but wonderful business. In our freshman year, we worked non-stop, produ ...
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Wednesday Western: 'Ride in the Whirlwind' - Cowboys and Indians (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... Hellman and Nicholson shot back-to-back – for producer Roger Corman – on location in Utah back in '65. The other one: The Shooting, a dark drama co-starring Millie Perkins (who also appears in Whirlwind), Will Hutchins and the late, great Warren Oates
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Jack Garner: The Little fest to focus on best films - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
McCann's cast also includes other well-known performers, such as Will Hutchins, who starred in the 1957-61 television series Sugarfoot, and in the late-'60s comedies Blondie and Hey, Landlord; Michael C. Gwynne, who had roles in many television
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Family upset as killer mum granted parole - Illawara Mercury
Google News - over 5 years
Karstrom's lawyer, Will Hutchins, said while he could understand the family's anger, conditional release was important to protect the community, the family and to help the prisoner assimilate into the community. After a short adjournment the authority
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“Road to Nowhere”: Cinema In Extremis - New Yorker (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... a nameless young woman gunslinger (Millie Perkins, whose cold, refined hysteria blends Tippi Hedren and Katharine Hepburn) arrives at his outpost and hires the clever Willett Gashade (Warren Oates) and the dull Coley Boyard (Will Hutchins) to guide
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Massasoit Radio Classics Live Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Two-Days of ... - AUTO-MOBI.info (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
... opera singer Don Bravo, Sullivan Tire's Paul Sullivan, sound effects guru Bart Curtis, actor Will Hutchins (of Sugarfoot fame), actress Rosemary Rice (of the Archie Andrews and I Remember Mama radio shows) and music director Tom Boyer
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Massasoit Community College in Brockton to present 'what radio used to be' - Enterprise News
Google News - almost 6 years
... WLPM'S Ron Della Chiesa, the Boston Herald's Steve Buckley, actress Alice Duffy, opera singer Don Bravo, Sullivan Tire's Paul Sullivan, sound effects guru Bart Curtis, actor Will Hutchins, actress Rosemary Rice and music director Tom Boyer
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ARTS IN AMERICA; Rustling Up Fans of the Western, Over at the O.K. Corral
NYTimes - over 14 years
Sometime in 1877, legend here has it, a prospector named Ed Schieffelin thought he saw silver gleaming from distant hills in Apache territory. Cavalrymen warned Schieffelin not to dig there, saying, ''All you'll find is your own tombstone.'' Happily for tourism, Schieffelin disregarded the advice, and 125 years later Tombstone, once the archetypal
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THE GUIDE
NYTimes - over 16 years
Best Bet Musicians and dancers from abroad give the weekend an international flavor. It all begins Friday when the Veryovka Ukrainian National Dance Company -- 75 singers, dancers and musicians strong -- brings its vibrant folk program to Tilles Center on the C. W. Post campus of Long Island University in Brookville at 8 p.m. (516) 299-3100.
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JERSEY FOOTLIGHTS; Close Your Eyes; Open Your Ears
NYTimes - over 17 years
Jack Benny will join the special guests this week at the 24th annual Friends of Old-Time Radio Convention in Newark. Actually, it will be Will Jordan, an impersonator, attending as Benny and Ed Sullivan, along with Joan Benny, daughter of Jack Benny and Mary Livingstone, and several dozen stars, producers, singers and announcers. Old-time radio is
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RANDOLPH SCOTT IS DEAD AT 89; LACONIC COWBOY-FILM ACTOR
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: Randolph Scott, a versatile leading man who later specialized in playing the quiet-talking, fast-drawing hero of westerns, died today at his Bel-Air home. He was 89 years old. Randolph Scott, a versatile leading man who later specialized in playing the quiet-talking, fast-drawing hero of westerns, died today at his Bel-Air home. He was 89
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