Douglas Fowley Movies List

Douglas Fowley
Douglas Fowley
Bronx, New York, USA
I Hate Women

Actor Douglas Fowley Filmography

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The Denver Kid
The Denver Kid ( English )
Artist: Allan Lane , Black Jack , Black Jack , Eddy Waller , William Henry
Director: Philip Ford
Release Year: 1970
The North Avenue Irregulars
Director: Bruce Bilson , Christopher N. Seiter
Release date: 09-02-1979
The White Buffalo
The White Buffalo ( English )
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Music Director: John Barry
Release date: 01-05-1977
Black Oak Conspiracy
Black Oak Conspiracy ( English )
Artist: Jesse Vint , Karen Carlson , Albert Salmi , Seymour Cassel , Douglas Fowley
Director: Bob Kelljan
Release date: 01-04-1977
From Noon Till Three
From Noon Till Three ( English )
Artist: Charles Bronson , Jill Ireland , Douglas Fowley , Stan Haze , Damon Douglas
Director: Frank D. Gilroy
Music Director: Elmer Bernstein
Release date: 13-08-1976
Homebodies ( English )
Artist: Peter Brocco , Frances Fuller , William Hansen , Ruth McDevitt , Paula Trueman
Director: Larry Yust
Music Director: Bernardo Segall
Release date: 01-09-1974
Walking Tall
Walking Tall ( English )
Director: Douglas Fowley , Else Blangsted
Music Director: John Myhers , David Dockendorf , Andrew Gilmore , James J. Klinger
Release date: 22-02-1973
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys
Artist: Robert Mitchum , George Kennedy , Martin Balsam , David Carradine , Tina Louise
Director: Burt Kennedy
Music Director: William Lava
Release date: 19-11-1969
Guns of Diablo
Guns of Diablo ( English )
Director: Boris Sagal
Release date: 29-01-1965
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Douglas Fowley Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Douglas Fowley (May 30, 1911 – May 21, 1998) was an American movie and television actor. Fowley was born Daniel Vincent Fowley in The Bronx, New York. The 5'11" actor is probably best remembered for his role as the movie director Roscoe Dexter in Singing in the Rain (1952). The actor appeared in over 240 films and later in dozens of television programs. Fowley's films include Twenty Mule Team, Mighty Joe Young, Battleground, Armored Car Robbery, Chick Carter, Detective, The Naked Jungle, The High and the Mighty and Walking Tall. Fowley began acting while attending St. Francis Xavier Military Academy. After nightclub performing and stage work, Fowley appeared in his first film alongside Spencer Tracy in The Mad Game in 1933. Early in his acting career he was usually cast as movie heavies or gangsters in B-movies including Charlie Chan and Laurel and Hardy features. Fowley, with then-wife contract actress Shelby Payne, is the father of 1960s record producer Kim Fowley. In the 1950s, he appeared on NBC's The Donald O'Connor Show as himself, as a con man in two episodes of the NBC sitcom It's a Great Life, in Reed Hadley's legal drama, The Public Defender, on the ABC situation comedy The Pride of the Family, and on two Rod Cameron series, the syndicated City Detective and the western-themed State Trooper. The World War II veteran grew a long beard in the 1960s to play Gabby Hayes-like roles on television which was a contrast to his well-groomed looks in the 1940s and 1950s. He appeared in the syndicated 1959-1960 western Pony Express in the episode "Showdown at "Thirty Mile Ridge". Miracle of the White Stallions (1963). Fowley was usually typecast as a villain; when not playing an actual criminal, he often portrayed an argumentative trouble-maker. Portraying a member of Tyrone Power's orchestra in Alexander's Ragtime Band, in the early scenes of the film Fowley's character quarrels with his bandmates, but this is not developed in the film's later scenes. From 1966-1967, Fowley was a regular cast member in Pistols 'n' Petticoats, a CBS sitcom parodying the Old West, somewhat like Forrest Tucker's F Troop on ABC. Fowley played the elderly patriarch in a family of gun-toting women who needed no male assistance. His co-stars were Ruth McDevitt as his wife; Ann Sheridan as his daughter (who died in real life two months before the series ended), and Gary Vinson as Sheriff Harold Sikes. Fowley continued to act into the 1970s and was frequently billed as "Douglas V. Fowley". One of his last roles was as Delaney Rafferty (opposite Patsy Kelly) in Disney's The North Avenue Irregulars, in which he dressed in drag. Fowley died nine days prior to his 87th birthday. Description above from the Wikipedia article Douglas Fowley, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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