Will Hutchins

Will Hutchins

Highest Rated: 100% The Shooting (1967)

Lowest Rated: 66% Maverick (1994)

Birthday: May 5, 1930

Birthplace: Not Available

Sandy-haired, 6'1" leading man Will Hutchins established his reputation with "aw, shucks," country bumpkin roles -- even though he was born in a suburb of Los Angeles, won a Shakespearean festival Best Actor award while still in high school, and specialized in Greek drama at Pomona College. After military service, he took cinema classes at U.C.L.A., learning virtually every technical aspect of filmmaking. Discovered by TV producer Albert McCreery, he was signed to a Warner Bros. contract in 1956. The following year he was cast as the title character in the TV Western Sugarfoot, playing laconic, easygoing frontier lawyer Tom "Sugarfoot" Brewster (so named because he was "one grade lower than a tenderfoot") from 1957 through 1960. He continued appearing in guest roles on TV until his next series stint as Dagwood Bumstead in the short-lived 1968 revival of Blondie. Eventually Will Hutchins left films to write poetry and pursue a second career as a circus clown.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Ballad of a Gunfighter The Judge 2000
No Score Yet Gunfighter Actor 1998
66% Maverick Actor 1994
No Score Yet Slumber Party '57 (Teenage Slumber Party) Harold Perkins 1976
No Score Yet The Quest (The Longest Drive) Actor 1976
No Score Yet Clambake Tom Wilson / 'Scott Heyward' 1967
100% The Shooting Coley Boyard 1967
No Score Yet Spinout Lt. Tracy Richards 1966
No Score Yet Merril's Marauders Chowhound 1962
No Score Yet No Time for Sergeants Lt. Bridges 1958
No Score Yet Lafayette Escadrille Dave Putnan 1958


No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco
Sparky 1976
No Score Yet Perry Mason
Hobart 1966
No Score Yet Gunsmoke
Poe 1963
No Score Yet The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
J.J. 1963
No Score Yet Maverick
Lawyer Tom "Sugarfoot" Brewster 1960


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