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Douglas Henderson



American character actor Douglas Henderson shifted his activities from stage to screen in 1952, when he appeared in Stanley Kramer's Eight Iron Men. Like many general purpose actors of the era, he was frequently cast in science fiction and horror films along the lines of King Dinosaur and Invasion of the Saucer Men. He was generally cast in authoritative or military roles: officers, congressmen, FBI agents, and the like. Douglas Henderson's final film assignment was the 1970 thriller Zigzag; eight years later, he committed suicide via carbon monoxide poisoning.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Stay Away, Joe
  • Congressman Morrissey
1968
No Score Yet Don't Make Waves
  • Henderson
1967
No Score Yet Fireball 500
  • Hastings
1966
10% The Sandpiper
  • Phil Sutcliff
1965
100% The Americanization of Emily
  • Capt. Marvin Ellender
1964
No Score Yet Johnny Cool
  • FBI Man
1963
No Score Yet Black Zoo
  • Lt. Duggan
1963
98% The Manchurian Candidate
  • Colonel
1962
No Score Yet Sniper's Ridge
  • Sgt. Sweatish
1961
No Score Yet The Dalton Girls
  • Bank Cashier
1958
No Score Yet No Place to Land
  • Roy Dillon
1958
No Score Yet Invasion of the Saucer Men
  • Lt. Wilkins
1957
No Score Yet King Dinosaur
  • Dr. Richard Gordon
1955
92% From Here to Eternity
  • Cpl. Champ Wilson
1953
85% The War of the Worlds
  • Staff Sergeant
1953
No Score Yet Eight Iron Men
  • Hunter
1952
86% Flying Leathernecks
  • Lt. Foster
1951
No Score Yet Over 21
  • Officer Candidate
1945

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