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William Mims (William Ray Mims)

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Biography

Carthage, Missouri, USA
William Mims was born on January 15, 1927 in Carthage, Missouri, USA as William Ray Mims. He was an actor and director, known for The Children's Hour (1961), Lonely Are the Brave (1962) and The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970). He was married to Nancy Lou Irgang. He died on April 9, 1991 in Studio City, California, USA. Read more...

Actor

Character: Press Secretary Harrington

Kisses for My President 1964

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Character: Ed Scovie

Gunfight in Abilene 1967

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Character: Frock-coated man

Paint Your Wagon 1969

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Character: Ebeneezer Dorset

ABC Weekend Specials 1977

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Character: General L. West

I Spy 1965

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Character: Dr. Harvey Nelson

Marcus Welby, M.D. 1969

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Character: Jezdale

Kung Fu 1972

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Character: Vanderly

Arnie 1970

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Character: Sam Worden

Charlie's Angels 1976

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Character: Fritz Bowman

Hogan's Heroes 1965

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Character: Brock Ramsey

Night Gallery 1969

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Character: Jimmy Eisely

Adam-12 1968

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Character: Businessman #1

Airwolf 1984

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Character: Tim Brenner

Kraft Suspense Theatre 1963

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Character: State Secretary William Seward

North and South, Book II 1986

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Character: First Deputy Arraigning Burns

Lonely Are the Brave 1962

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Character: Hickey Burns

The Dukes of Hazzard 1979

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Character: Ray Huff

The Westerner 1960

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Character: Perry Wilmont

Empire 1962

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Character: Sheriff Jayson

Lancer 1968

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