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This is a list of character actors whose last name
ending in the letter J 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
of character actors is dedicated to each & everyone one of the
actors that appeared on
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.
Rex Ingram ― Paul
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Dal Jenkins as Smiley in
Requiem at Mission Springs.
He was the one who wanted to eat.
Jenkins is an actor, known for Will Penny (1967),
The War Lord (1965) and Bad Charleston Charlie
(1973). Dal Jenkins is Charlton Heston's cousin.
has done a lot of things such as Thursday's Child — The Manhunter —
Bad Charleston Charlie — Pushing Up Daisies — The Rookies — Cade's
County — O'Hara, U.S. Treasury — Mission:
Impossible — Lancer — Here Come the Brides — Will Penny — The Iron
Horse — Batman — The Legend of Jesse James — The War
Lord — Rawhide — Zebra in the Kitchen — Young Fury — The Greatest
Story Ever Told — Bonanza — Invitation to a Gunfighter — The New
Interns — Destry — Temple Houston — The Gallant Men.
appeared as Shark in the 1966 TV Series Batman.
Harvey Johnson played Noley Stark in Trail of Hate.
He was the brother of Ben. He
was the not so smart brother, so he says.
He seemed like such a nice man, just ran with the wrong crowd.
He appeared in
twice - My Three Sons and Empire.
I. Stanford Jolley played Joe Fogner/Bulgutch
in Hostages to Fortune.
According to the
credits at the end of this episode his name is Joe Fogner — according to
IMDB/TV Tome his name is Joe Bulgutch In the beginning of this episode
Sylvester/Paul Mazursky calls him brother Joe. Sylvester's last name is
Bulgutch. I would say they are brothers. But in this episode Mr. Bullock
calls him Mr. Fogner?????
Rifleman he also was in an episode of
Greatest Coward on Earth (1965) - Arrest
and Trial (1963).
He had toured as a child with his father's traveling circus and
later worked in stock and vaudeville, prior to making his Broadway debut
opposite Charles Trowbridge in Sweet Seventeen (1924). Radio work
followed and he arrived in Hollywood in 1935. Pegged early on as a
gangster or Western outlaw, Jolley graduated to playing lead henchman or
the boss villain in the '40s, mostly appearing for such poverty-row
companies as Monogram and PRC.
With his slight built, narrow face and pencil-thin mustache, I. Stanford
Jolley did not exactly look trustworthy, and a great many of his screen
roles (more than 500) were indeed to be found on the wrong side of the
I remember him mostly in the older westerns such as
Gene Autry (1950-54) ―The Cisco Kid
(1950-55) ― The Roy Rogers Show (1952-1956) ― Death Valley Days
(1954-63) ― The Lone Ranger (TV Series) (1950-53).
Born: October 24,
1900, Morristown, New Jersey
Died: December 7, 1978, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles,
Jones as Charley Breen in Day of Reckoning.
Actor | Producer | Director
I know you know this Cowboy! Not only
is he an actor but he did do some writing and producing. I'm really
surprised he wasn't on The Rifleman before this! I bet he was
too busy before!
He has appeared with Chuck Connors in
Rules of the Game ― The Yellow Rose ― Banjo Hackett: Roamin' Free
― Target Zero.
You name it.....this Cowboy's done it!
Adapted the name of the character he portrayed in Battle
Cry (1955), L. Q. Jones, as his own name. He was one of
Sam Peckinpah's favorite actors.
In 1955 he was
Cheyenne's sidekick, Smitty Smith
Chuck and L.Q. were both honored at the 2003 Silver Spur Awards in 2003
Birth Name : Justice Ellis McQueen
Birth: August 19, 1927, Beaumont, Texas
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