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Ron Randell (Ronald Egan Randell)

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Biography

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Sydney-born Ron Randell began his six-decade-long career in his teens on radio in his native Australia for the Australian Broadcasting Commission. He promptly moved to the stage, where he acted with the Minerva Theatre Group from 1937 to 1946, while intermittently appearing in Australian films. Well-received reviews for his title role in the movie, Pacific Adventure (1946) [Pacific Adventure], led to a Hollywood contract, making his debut in It Had to Be You (1947) in support of Ginger Rogers and Cornel Wilde. Randell went on to play both hero and villain in both a lead and supporting capacity. Read more...

Actor

Character: Oliver H.P. Harrington

It Had to Be You 1947

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Character: George Elwood

The Mississippi Gambler 1953

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Character: Pvt. Peter Ambrose Havers

Desert Sands 1955

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Character: Frank Wenzel

The Story of Esther Costello 1957

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Character: Edmund Parry

The Girl in Black Stockings 1957

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Character: Lt. Cmdr. Ben Bradville

Follow the Boys 1963

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Character: Curt

Exposed 1983

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Character: Merle Reid

The Seven Minutes 1971

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Character: Raymond Gans

The Ford Television Theatre 1952

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Character: Rexford Chapman

The Farmer's Daughter 1963

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Character: Col. Francesco Vasquez

The Wild Wild West 1965

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Character: Peter Jeffries

Four Star Playhouse 1952

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Character: Ralph Galloway

The Mating of Millie 1948

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Character: Captain Richard Arley

Telephone Time 1956

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Character: Benjamin Nicholson

Whity 1971

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Character: Perry Fields

Checkmate 1960

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Character: Tommy Bonn

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1962

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