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Donald Woods
Donald Woods
02-12-1906
Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
36
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Actor Donald Woods Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 36 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 36 movies
Dimension 5
Dimension 5 ( English )
Artist: Jeffrey Hunter , France Nuyen , Harold Sakata , Donald Woods , Ed Parker
Director: Franklin Adreon
Release date: 01-10-1966
Kissin' Cousins
Kissin' Cousins ( English )
Director: Gene Nelson , Sandy Nelson
Music Director: Fred Karger
Release date: 06-03-1964
Five Minutes to Live
Five Minutes to Live ( English )
Artist: Johnny Cash , Ron Howard , Donald Woods , Cay Forester , Pamela Mason
Director: Bill Karn
Music Director: Gene Kauer , Dale Knight , William Rivol
Release date: 07-12-1961
13 Ghosts
13 Ghosts ( English )
Director: William Castle
Music Director: Von Dexter
Release date: 05-08-1960
The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms
Director: Eugène Lourié
Release date: 13-06-1953
Johnny One-Eye
Johnny One-Eye ( English )
Artist: Pat O’Brien , Wayne Morris , Dolores Moran , Gayle Reed , Donald Woods
Director: Robert Florey
Music Director: Louis Forbes , Howard Jackson
Release date: 05-05-1950
Scene of the Crime
Scene of the Crime ( English )
Director: Roy Rowland , Jack Greenwood
Music Director: André Previn
Release date: 28-07-1949
Bells of San Fernando
Bells of San Fernando ( English )
Director: Terry O. Morse , Will Sheldon
Music Director: Rudy De Saxe
Release date: 01-03-1947
The Time, The Place and The Girl
Director: David Butler
Release date: 28-12-1946
Never Say Goodbye
Never Say Goodbye ( English )
Director: James V. Kern , Philip Quinn
Music Director: Friedrich Hollaender
Release date: 12-12-1946
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Showing 1 to 10 of 36 movies

Donald Woods Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Donald Woods (born Ralph Lewis Zink, December 2, 1906 – March 5, 1998) was a Canadian-American film and television actor whose career in Hollywood spanned six decades. Born in Brandon, Manitoba, Woods moved with his family to California and was raised in Burbank. A son of William and Margaret Zink, Presbyterians of German descent. His younger brother, Clarence Russell Zink, also became an actor (Russ Conway). Woods graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and made his film debut in 1928. His screen career was spent mostly in B movies, for example as lawyer Perry Mason in the 1937 film The Case of the Stuttering Bishop. He also occasionally played major roles in bigger feature films like A Tale of Two Cities (1935), Anthony Adverse (1936), Watch on the Rhine (1943), The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944), and Roughly Speaking (1945). Of considerable importance to his acting career were several seasons as leading man with the Elitch Gardens Theatre Company in Denver, Colorado, where he performed in 1932, 1933, 1939, 1941, 1947, and 1948. In the early days of television, Woods starred as the title character in the 1951 syndicated TV series Craig Kennedy, Criminologist, and he was the host of Damon Runyon Theater on CBS-TV. He played himself on the dramatic series Hotel Cosmopolitan, also on CBS, and he was one of three hosts of The Orchid Award on ABC-TV. He portrayed Walter Manning on Portia Faces Life on CBS. He also appeared in such anthology series as The Philco Television Playhouse, Armstrong Circle Theatre, Robert Montgomery Presents, The United States Steel Hour, Crossroads, and General Electric Theater. On April 11, 1961, Woods appeared as "Profesor Landfield" in the episode "Two for the Gallows" on NBC's Laramie western series. Series character Slim Sherman (John Smith) is hired under false pretenses to take Landfield into the Badlands to seek gold. Landfield, however, is really Morgan Bennett, a member of the former Henry Plummer gang who has escaped from prison. Slim has no idea that Lanfield is seeking the loot that his gang had hidden away. Series character Jess Harper (Robert Fuller), Pete Dixon, played by Warren Oates, and Pete's younger brother soon come to Slim's aid. The title stems from the talk that the undisciplined Dixon brothers might eventually wind up on a hangman's noose. Woods later was a regular in the role of John Brent on the short-lived series Tammy and made guest appearances on Bat Masterson, Wagon Train, Ben Casey, 77 Sunset Strip, Hawaiian Eye, Stoney Burke, Bourbon Street Beat, Bonanza, Coronet Blue, Ironside, Alias Smith and Jones, The Wild Wild West and Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, among many others before retiring from acting in 1976. Besides his film career, he also worked as a successful real estate broker in Palm Springs where he lived with his wife, childhood sweetheart Josephine Van der Horck. They were married from 1933 until his death and had two children, Linda and Conrad. He was interred at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Cathedral City, California.

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