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Robert Horton

Highest Rated:   22% The Green Slime (1969)
Lowest Rated:   22% The Green Slime (1969)
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Birthplace:   Los Angeles, California, USA
Redheaded leading man Robert Horton attended UCLA, served in the Coast Guard during World War II, and acted in California-based stage productions before making his entree into films in 1951. Horton's television career started off on a high note in 1955, when he was cast in the weekly-TV version of King's Row as Drake McHugh (the role essayed by Ronald Reagan in the 1942 film version). The series barely lasted three months, but better things were on the horizon: in 1957, Horton was hired to play frontier scout Flint McCullough in Wagon Train, which became the highest-rated western on TV. Horton remained with Wagon Train until 1962. He then did some more stage work before embarking on his third series, 1965's The Man Called Shenandoah. When this one-season wonder ran its course, Horton toured the dinner-theatre circuit, then in 1982 accepted a major role on the popular daytime soap opera As the World Turns. Horton continued acting until the late 1980s. He died in 2016, at age 91.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Dangerous Days of Kiowa Jones
  • Actor
1994
22% The Green Slime
  • Jack Rankin
1969
No Score Yet On Broadway Tonight
  • Actor
1964
No Score Yet Men of the Fighting Lady (Panther Squadron)
  • Ensign Neil Conovan
1954
No Score Yet Prisoner of War
  • Francis Aloysius Belney
1954
No Score Yet Arena
  • Jackie Roach
1953
No Score Yet Bright Road
  • Actor
1953
No Score Yet The Story of Three Loves
  • Young Man on Boat
1953
No Score Yet Pony Soldier
  • Jess Calhoun
1952
No Score Yet Murder at the Baskervilles (Silver Blaze)
  • Col. Ross
1937
No Score Yet When Knights Were Bold
  • Cousin Bertie
1936

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