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Warren J. Kemmerling (Warren Joseph Kemmerling)

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Biography

St. Louis, Missouri, USA
After graduating from St. Louis University in 1947 and serving a hitch in the Marines, Warren Kemmerling began his acting career in the theater. A fine singer, Kemmerling debuted on Broadway in 1953 "Me and Juliet". After six years in musicals which included Rogers and Hammerstein's "Anchors Aweigh," Kemmerling decided to try his hand in Hollywood. He spent the next thirty-odd years as a supporting player, mainly in television, making several appearances in such as "Gunsmoke", "Bonanza", "Ironside", and "The Macahans(How the West Was Won - Wanted: Luke Macahan). Read more...

Actor

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Character: Judge Rensen

How the West Was Won 1977

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Character: Gad Yaakobi

Raid on Entebbe 1976

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Character: General Ludlam

The A-Team 1983

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Character: Mr. Eustace Madden

The Waltons 1971

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Character: Ernie Fisk

Hawkins 1973

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Character: Grandison

Family Plot 1976

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Character: Colonel Malcomm

The Monroes 1966

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Character: Dr. Norman Hutchens

Dr. Kildare 1961

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Character: Owen McCann

Cade's County 1971

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Character: Police Captain Speer

The Dark 1979

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Character: General Goodhoe

Godzilla 1985 1984

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Character: General Jim Reilly

Call to Glory 1984

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Character: Unsympathetic Neighbor

Alcoa Premiere 1961

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Character: Fred Capper

Route 66 1960

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