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Wendell Burton

Highest Rated:   96% Being There (1979)
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Stage actor Wendell Burton's movie career began on a high note with 1969's The Sterile Cuckoo, when he co-starred with another newcomer to films, Liza Minnelli. In the searing 1970 prison drama Fortune and Men's Eyes (1970), Burton was cast as a young naif who, arrested on a marijuana-possession charge, is clapped into a Québéc prison exclusively populated by sexual degenerates. Thereafter, he was largely confined to below-the-title character roles. On television, Wendell Burton co-starred in the 1971 sitcom The New Dick Van Dyke Show and the 1981 miniseries East of Eden, and played the title role in a 1973 adaptation of Broadway's You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Heat
  • Osgood
1986
96% Being There
  • Actor
1979
No Score Yet Go Ask Alice
  • Actor
1972
No Score Yet Fortune and Men's Eyes
  • Smitty
1971
No Score Yet Murder Once Removed
  • Fred Kramer
1971
88% The Sterile Cuckoo (Pookie)
  • Jerry Payne
1969

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