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This is a list of character actors whose last name ending in the letter D has appeared on The Rifleman One Time Only. Whether they have appeared one time only or 168 times, they are just as important as the main characters and/or anyone else involved in The Rifleman. This is just a small tribute to those great many characters actors.
This section of character actors is dedicated to each & everyone one of the character actors that appeared on The Rifleman.
 They're among the most popular and recognizable actors. They may not be A-list stars, but they do something many actors don't. They worked all the time.

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Christopher Dark ― Richard Deacon
Edgar Dearing ― Galvan DeLeon
Lincoln Demyan ― Don Dubbins
 Jeff Daley ― Linda Dangcil
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Christopher Dark as Ben Malakie in Bloodlines.

He has one hundred and twenty credits to his name with twenty years of acting.
He was best remembered as the character Hank Jaffe in the 1956 film World Without End.

 Some of his appearances were in The Long Ranger ― Frontier ― Sea Hunt ― Bonanza ― The Green Hornet ― Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color ― My Three Sons ― Temple Houston ― Kraft Suspense Theatre ― 77 Sunset Strip ― The Untouchables ― Have Gun - Will Travel ― Death of a Gunfighter.

I was really surprise that he only appeared in this episode of The Rifleman. I thought he was really good!

Born: April 21, 1920, New York
Died: October 10, 1971, Los Angeles, California
 


Hal K. Dawson as Hannaberry in Six Year and a Day.
Harley Hannabury/Hannaberry. Is this a new Mr. Hannabury? The only thing is, the credits spell it Hannaberry. Different from our other Mr. Hannabury.

You should see the list of credits for this Cowboy! He appeared in about everything from 1933 to 1978 with almost three hundred credits to his name. He sure was busy!

He appeared in summer stock and with repertory companies before making his Broadway debut in 1928. Joined the cast of Another Language (1933) in Hollywood, upon filming of the play by MGM.

Born: October 17, 1896, Rockville, Vernon, Connecticut
Died: February 17, 1987, Loma Linda, California

 


Maureen Dawson as Molly Carpenter (left) in Quiet Night, Deadly Night.
She was one of the girls Lou sent for, the one who told Lou about Betty being sick.

A 1962 Hollywood Deb Star.

She appeared in two movies: The Mummy and the Curse of the Jackals (1969) ― I Love You... Good-bye (1974).

Her TV show appearances consist of The F.B.I. ― Get Smart ― Family Affair ― Felony Squad ― A Man Called Shenandoah ― My Brother the Angel ― Please Don't Eat the Daisies ― Honey West ― The Man from U.N.C.L.E. ― The Farmer's Daughter ― McHale's Navy ― Burke's Law ― The Lieutenant ― Maverick ― General Electric Theater.

She now goes by the name Maurine Dawson Grisso. As of 2002 she owned a Help-U-Sell Real Estate in Santa Rosa, California.

Born: September 10, 1935 in Los Angeles, California


Richard Deacon as Colonel Simms in The Hangman.
Richard Deacon as Colonel Sims. In this episode he is the medicine man.

Here is a actor who has appeared in many such as B. J. and the Bear as Sheriff Masters ― The Mothers-In-Law and a role I think everyone remembers him for - Melvin Cooley on the The Dick Van Dyke ShowThe Beverly Hillbillies ― Leave It to Beaver (Lumpy's father).
 For all you Sci-Fi buffs he was in Them as a reporter  ― Invasion of the Body Snatchers as Dr. Harvey Bassett  ― Invaders from Mars as an MP.

He was a renowned gourmet chef.
In the 1980s, he hosted a Canadian TV program on microwave cookery, and even wrote a companion book on the subject.

Born: May 14, 1921, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: August 8, 1984, Los Angeles, California

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