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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.


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
Pat Henry ― Michael Hinn
Earle Hodgins ― Skip Homeier
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Dick Kay Hong as Wang Lee as The Queue.

He is known for A Brand New Life (1973), The King and I as one of the Royal Children (1956) and The Barbara Stanwyck Show (1960).

He appeared in several TV Series such as Green Acres (1971) ― Follow the Sun (1961) ― Lassie (1959) ― General Electric Theater (1959) ― Telephone Time (1957) ― Playhouse 90 (1956).

As of 2015 he owns a chain of laundry and wig businesses.

December 9, 1948, Minneapolis, Minnesota

James (Jimmie) W. Horan as one of the Boyle Clan in Woman from Hog Ridge.

His first acting appearance was in 1946 as a Man in Line in From this Day Foward. His career spans over twenty years with one hundred and fifty-three credits to his name.

He appeared in the films such as My Fair Lady (1964) The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964) Loving You (1957) The Far Country (1954) The Clown (1953) Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick (1952).
 He was a regular on F Troop (1965 -1967) as Trooper Hogan.

Born: October 23, 1907 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Died: May 4, 1967 (age 59) in Hollywood, California

Clegg Hoyt as Lester Chard The Horse Traders.
He was Jonah Winters (John Milford) partner.

He also appeared with Chuck in Arrest and Trial (1964).

His first appearance was in Jail Busters (1955).
His career spans twelve years with ninety-two credits to his name.

He appeared as a New Orleans Bartender in the 1966 movie Chamber of Horrors (1966) and was a regular on Dr. Kildare (1961-1965) as Mac ― Gangster Story (1959) ― Rock All Night (1957) ― Gun Fever (1958) and the transporter chief, Pitcairn, in the first Star Trek pilot (1964).

He was friends with Jack Nicholson. In Batman (1989), the Joker, played by Nicholson, does a strange dance when he exits Vicki Vale's apartment (when he raises his arms, leans back and blows a raspberry). This was a dance that Hoyt was known to do, the "bird dance", and Nicholson improvised it during the take as a tribute to his friend.

Born: December 10, 1910, Norwalk, Conneticut
Died: October 6, 1967, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California

Arthur Hunnicutt as Nathaniel Cameron The Grasshopper.

He is the talkative old dude with the rifle by the name of Bessie.

 He was an American actor known for his portrayal of wise, grizzled, old rural characters.
Arthur Hunnicutt's career spanned over thirty years with ninety-one credits to his name. I was surprised with his credits. I was surprised by this number, I thought he had done more.

When he moved to New York City, he found himself landing roles in Broadway productions. While touring as the lead actor in Tobacco Road, he developed the country character he would later be typecast as throughout his career. He moved to Hollywood, California in the early 1940s and appeared in 14 B-Western films, from 1942 until 1944.

I know you've seen him many of times. He was a regular in Disney's The Swamp Fox (1959 - 1965). He has appeared in many of the Classic Westerns TV Shows and Western Movies such as The Big Sky (1952) (which he won him acclaim and an Oscar nomination for Supporting Actor ― El Dorado(1967) ― Broken Arrow (1950) ― Cat Ballou (1965) ― The Spikes Gang (1974), to name a few.
From the 1950s through the 1970s, he was pretty busy with guest appearances on television programs, including Bonanza (1959 -1969) ― Gunsmoke (1971) ― The Outer Limits (1964) ― The Andy Griffith Show (1960) ― The Twilight Zone (1962) ― Perry Mason (1963).

His last film was Moonrunners (1975, as 'Uncle Jesse'), that was the precursor to the television show The Dukes of Hazzard (1979).

Education: University of Central Arkansas

Born: February 17, 1910, Gravelly, Arkansas, Arkansas
Died: September 26, 1979, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California

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