Horace McMahon Movies List

Horace McMahon
Horace McMahon

Actor Horace McMahon Filmography

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The Detective
The Detective ( English )
Artist: Frank Sinatra , Lee Remick , Jacqueline Bisset , Ralph Meeker , Jack Klugman
Director: Patrick McVey
Music Director: Gordon Douglas
Release Year: 1968
The Delicate Delinquent
Artist: Jerry Lewis , Darren McGavin , Martha Hyer , Robert Ivers , Horace McMahon
Director: Don McGuire
Music Director: Buddy Bregman , Buddy Bregman
Release date: 06-06-1957
Texas Lady
Texas Lady ( English )
Artist: Claudette Colbert , Barry Sullivan , Ray Collins , James Bell , Horace McMahon
Director: Tim Whelan
Music Director: Paul Sawtell
Release date: 23-11-1955
Blackboard Jungle
Blackboard Jungle ( English )
Director: Richard Brooks
Release date: 25-03-1955
Susan Slept Here
Susan Slept Here ( English )
Director: Frank Tashlin
Music Director: Leigh Harline
Release date: 14-07-1954
Duffy of San Quentin
Duffy of San Quentin ( English )
Director: Walter Doniger
Music Director: Paul Dunlap
Release date: 16-03-1954
Man in the Dark
Man in the Dark ( English )
Artist: Edmond O'Brien , Audrey Totter , Ted de Corsia , Horace McMahon , Nick Dennis
Director: Lew Landers
Release date: 09-04-1953
Abbott and Costello Go To Mars
Artist: Bud Abbott , Lou Costello , Mari Blanchard , Robert Paige , Horace McMahon
Director: Charles Lamont
Release date: 06-04-1953
Detective Story
Detective Story ( English )
Director: William Wyler
Music Director: Leon Becker , Hugo Grenzbach , John Cope
Release date: 01-11-1951
Waterfront at Midnight
Director: William Berke
Release date: 25-06-1948
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Horace McMahon Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Horace McMahon (May 17, 1906 – August 17, 1971) was an American actor. McMahon was born in South Norwalk, Connecticut. He became interested in acting when he was a student at Fordham University School of Law. In his early career he mostly played thugs or jailbirds, but in 1949 he starred in his most acclaimed role, as Lieutenant Monaghan in the drama play Detective Story and in 1951 he reprised his character in Paramount Pictures' film version Detective Story, alongside Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker. McMahon also starred on television, in the ABC police series Naked City as Lt. Mike Parker, a gruff, no-nonsense, but warmhearted cop's cop, interested only in justice and doing the job according to the proper rules of the game. He was nominated for an Emmy Award for this role. In 1964, McMahon played Hank McClure, a police contact in the 13-week CBS drama series, Mr. Broadway, with Craig Stevens. He also did voice-overs for commercials, including those for Close-Up toothpaste and Armstrong tires. In 1972, a 375-seat theater named in honor of McMahon was created in the McCrory Building on Washington Street in South Norwalk, Connecticut. McMahon was married to actress Louise Campbell from 1938 until his death in 1971, when he died from a heart ailment. Their daughter, Martha McMahon, also became an actress.

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