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This is a list of character actors whose last name ending in the letter R 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.

Steve Rich ― Ziva Rodann
David M. Rodman ― Herman Rudin
Richard Rust ― Glenn Ryle
Edwin Rand ― Charles Reade
Rhodes Reason ― Paul Richards
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Steve Ritch as Joe Hyatt in The Mind Reader.
He was the one who killed John Hallager.

Steve served in World War II on Guadalcanal, fighting in some of the worst battles. He planned on being a lawyer after the war, but got into acting instead. Steve Rich was a writer and an actor.

His first screenplay in Hell on Devil's Island and Plunder Road in (1957) City of Fear with Patricia Blair (1959) and later in 1962, Safe at Home. He wrote and appeared in many of the TV Series:
Wagon Train — Combat! — Adventures in Paradise — Frontier Circus — Combat — Tightrope — 77 Sunset Strip and Hawaiian Eye.

Born: December 26, 1921 in Providence, Rhode Island
Died: July 20, 1995 in Rogue River, Oregon

Bartlett Robinson as Samuel Britton in Outlaw's Inheritance.
He's the guy who hired Stafford to make sure Lucas didn't get to go to Yuma to represent North Fork.

Bartlett began his career in 1933, performing on stage in New York and on radio and film in California, when he and friends formed the ''Sunday Players'' and landed a job on the Los Angeles radio station KFI. For the next few years he alternated between stage work in New York and radio and films in Los Angeles.
He portrayed Perry Mason, the criminal lawyer created by Erle Stanley Gardner, on radio in 1943. He also played the noble but crazed and suffering husband on Portia Faces Life and was a regular on Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, which was the last major dramatic radio network show when it went off the air in 1962.

He also had supporting roles in the films: Toward the Unknown — The Spirit of St. Louis — No Time for Sergeants — I Want to Live! and The Fortune Cookie.

On television, he guest starred on TV Series like: Telephone Time — Jane Wyman Presents — The Fireside Theatre — Cheyenne — Peter Gunn — The Third Man — Johnny Ringo — Gunsmoke — The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp — The Untouchables — Maverick — Alfred Hitchcock Presents — The Twilight Zone — Leave It to Beaver — The Dick Powell Theatre — Kraft Suspense Theatre — The Andy Griffith Show — The Alfred Hitchcock Hour — The Munsters — Bewitched — The Smothers Brothers Show — F Troop — Burke's Law — Perry Mason — The Wild Wild West — Gilligan's Island — The Lucy Show — The Invaders — Hawaii Five-O — It Takes A Thief — The Bill Cosby Show — The Virginian — Kung Fu and The Odd Couple.

Born: December 9, 1912 in New York City, New York
Died: March 26, 1986 in Fallbrook, California

George Robotham doubled for Sean McClory in I Take this Woman.
George doubled for Sean McClory

He appeared in 99 and 44/100% Dead (stunts -1974) with Chuck Connors.

As an actor he has sixty-three credits to his name and ninety credits as a stuntman.

George Robotham was an American stuntman, actor and director. Robotham played American football at UCLA, where he was awarded a degree in business administration. He started his acting career as a stuntman and actor in Batman as a Henchmen. Following his role in Batman, he usually appeared as an uncredited role in many movies where he was also doing stunts.

He specializes in scenes involving underwater activities, and also fight and combat sequences. His most famous distinctive film sequence involves the "human sacrifice episode" in the 1955 MGM Lana Turner film The Prodigal, in which he was the guest of honor.

Born: January 10, 1921, Sacramento, CA
Died: February 1, 2007, Bonn, Germany

Ziva Rodann as Maria in Vaqueros.
She is the Seρorita who helped Lucas.

She first moved to the United States in 1947, when she was sent to live with her aunt and uncle in St. Louis, Missouri, where she attended and graduated from Kirkwood High School. When she returned to Israel, she was accepted at the Habima Theatre and later joined the Chamber Theatre, where she played leading roles.

Her acting career spanned sixteen years in film and television and has appeared in more than 40 films and television productions.

Rodann made her American film debut in Pharaoh's Curse (1957), a United Artists release. Her first notable film was Last Train from Gun Hill (1958) ― The Story of Ruth (1960) and she played Nefertiti in two Batman episodes (1966).

Ziva appeared in The Courage of Black Beauty with Johnny Crawford in 1957, before The Rifleman.
She once appeared as a contestant on You Bet Your Life (1950) with Groucho Marx.

In 1957 Ziva was named Miss Israel of 1957.

 Ziva Blechman
Born: March 2, 1933 in Haifa, Israel

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