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Don Porter (Don Cecil Porter)

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Biography

Miami, Oklahoma, USA
Veteran actor Don Porter started his career on stage and in "B" films in the 40s but would be better remembered for his buttoned-down executives and cheery dads on 50s and 60s TV. Universal Studios signed the handsome, articulate, deep-voiced actor to a contract in 1939 debuting in Mystery in the White Room (1939). He continued on in a rather non-descript fashion as co-star of second-string potboilers such as Night Monster (1942), Abbott and Costello's Who Done It? (1942), Eyes of the Underworld (1943), and, most noticeably, opposite June Lockhart's She-Wolf of London (1947) as her heroic fiance. Read more...

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Character: Captain Burton Nordell Loring

Because You're Mine 1952

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Character: Elevator Operator Don

Desk Set 1957

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Character: Mike Lansdown

Live a Little, Love a Little 1968

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Character: Mr. Upson

Mame 1974

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Character: Rudy King

The Morning After 1974

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Character: Philip Brockhurst

The Last Song 1980

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Character: Grandpa Ed Parker

All Together Now 1984

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Character: Dean Prentiss Markham

Mod Squad 1968

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Character: Franklin Ford II

The Paper Chase 1978

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Character: Dr. Stanley Bacon

The Six Million Dollar Man 1974

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Character: Jonathan Corry

Hotel 1983

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Character: Jim Hinds

Insight 1960

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Character: Adrian Danzinger

McMillan & Wife 1971

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Character: Frank Vinton

Judd for the Defense 1967

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Character: Peter Sands

Private Secretary 1953

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Character: Martin Russell

Cade's County 1971

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Character: Senator William Mitchell

Vega$ 1978

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Character: Dr. James Courtney

The Bionic Woman 1976

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Character: Senator Crocker Jarmon

The Candidate 1972

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Character: Jack

Phyllis 1975

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Character: Thomas W. Jynson

Bachelor in Paradise 1961

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