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This is a list of character actors whose last name ending in the letter H 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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Pat Henry ― Michael Hinn
Earle Hodgins ― Skip Homeier
Dick Kay Hong ― Arthur Hunnicut
Jim Hurst ― Josephine Hutchinson
Ron Hagerthy ― Bob Hall aka Bob Hull
Claude Hall ― Charles Harrison
Harry Harvey Sr. ― Jim Hayward
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Pat Henry as Hardware Store Merchant in The Most Amazing Man.

 Pat Henry was a comedian who was known for opening for Frank Sinatra for more than two decades. He first appeared with Sinatra in 1958, and later appeared with him in the 1968 films The Detective and Lady in Cement.
He also made more than one appearance on such popular American television shows as The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson ― The Dean Martin Show and The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts ― Hollywood Squares ― The Ed Sullivan Show ― The Merv Griffin Show  ― The Mike Douglas Show ― The David Frost Show and The Hollywood Palace.

Born: August 28, 1924 in Brooklyn, New York

Died: February 18, 1982 (age 57) in Las Vegas, Nevada



Harry Hickox as Stage Driver in The Angry Gun.

After four years in the Army during World War II, Hickox moved to Hollywood to create a children's radio show called Jump-Jump.

Hickox began acting in stock companies and for the Albuquerque Civic Playhouse and applied his musical talents to singing and playing guitar with big bands. He played the anvil salesman in The Music Man for three years on Broadway and in the motion picture, and took the lead role of Henry Hill in a 1961 revival. In addition to many appearances on Bonanza and other Westerns, he portrayed characters from tycoons to tramps in the popular programs No Time for Sergeants, which he was one of the regular cast ― Ironside Kojak Colombo Adam 12 The FBI.

Harry Hickox was best known for his work in Western films and television series. He often joked that he had been chased by Roy Rogers, corralled by Wyatt Earp and cornered by Rin Tin Tin.

Born: October 22, 1910, Big Spring, Texas
Died: June 3, 1994, Los Angeles, California
 


Chuck Hicks as one of the Cowboys listening to Hazel singing in The Vision.

Actor | Stunts | Production Manager

Chuck boxed professionally under the name Chuck Daley. He was heavyweight boxing champ of Navy's 6th Fleet. He was long time stunt double for Brian Dennehy. Played football at Loyola; then semi-pro for Eagle Rock Athletic Club.

Chuck started acting in the 1952 TV Series, Gang Busters as a Parking Lot Attendant. His career spanned fifty-eight years and one-hundred and seventy-nine credits to his name.
Chuck Hicks is known for his work on Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), Dick Tracy as The Brow (1990) and The Ring (2002).
Chuck also appeared with Chuck Connors in two episodes of
Branded The Greatest Coward on Earth as Young Samson and The Mission: Part 1 as a Brawler.

Chuck Hicks
Stuntman, Actor, Etc....

Born: December 26, 1927, Stockton, California



Michael Hinn as Jeff Borden in A Matter of Faith.
He was the townsmen who asked for Lucas' opinion about the land when Mathers was trying to get the ranchers to sign up with the railroad.
Actor | Director | Producer

 He was a veteran of both World War II, and the Korean War. He served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force and as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy.

He also appeared in Bonanza in an episode of the same name.....'A Matter of Faith'.
The Mechanic The Guns of Will Sonnett The Big Valley Dundee and the Culhane Slattery's People Rawhide The Greatest Show on Earth The Untouchables Gunsmoke Ben Casey Frontier Justice Guestward Ho! The Devil's Messenger The Tall Man   Zane Grey Theater Law of the Plainsman Shotgun Slade Black Saddle Whirlybirds The Texan Tales of Wells Fargo Sky King 13 Demon Street Mike Hammer Have Gun - Will Travel Broken Arrow.

He was a regular in 'Boots and Saddles' as Luke Cummings, Scout.

He also produced and directed the 1962 film, Night Rider.

Born: September 10, 1913, Field Township, Minnesota
Died: July 2, 1988, Los Angeles, California


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