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DANE CLARK BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:

Dane Clark was born on February 26th, 1912 in Brooklyn, New York with the birth name Bernard Zanville.  His parents were Samuel and Rose and his father owned a sporting good company in New York City.  He graduated from Cornell University and then went on to attend St. John's Law School.  In the mid 1930's after he had finished his schooling he tried to find work, but was having a difficult time locating any employment so he tried working in a number of different fields such as modeling, boxing, baseball and construction. 
 
After not really finding anything he enjoyed doing, he decided to search for a career as an actor.  He began with stage work and was able to get cast in a number of Broadway productions such as, "Panic", "Dead End", "Stage Door" and "Of Mice and Men".  He had now gained enough experience as a stage actor that he decided to relocate to Hollywood and see if he could find work as a film actor.
 
He began with small parts in films being credited under his birth name until 1943 when he changed his name to a name Humphrey Bogart gave him.  Dane was signed by Warner Brothers and he worked on a film called, "Action in the North Atlantic" (1943) and this role was followed with regular roles in a number of War time films such as, "Destination Tokyo" (1943), "God is My Co-Pilot" (1945) and "Pride of the Marines" (1945).
 
He normally got cast in mostly average parts, but worked with a number of major stars such as, Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant and John Garfield.  He worked on television as well starring on the NBC crime drama, "Justice" (1954-1955) as well as making guest appearances on, "Appointment with Adventure", "The Twilight Zone", "The Prime Mover" and "Perry Mason" (1973).  
 
He married twice throughout his lifetime, first to Margot Yoder from 1941 through her passing in 1970.  He then married for a second time to Geraldine Zanville in 1971 through September 11th, 1998 when he passed away in Santa Monica, California. 

 
Filmography

1984-1989 Murder, She Wrote
1988 Last Rites
1985 Highway to Heaven
1984 The New Mike Hammer
1983 Simon & Simon 
1983 The Fall Guy
1983 Quincy M.E.
1983 Matt Houston 
1979-1982 Fantasy Island
1982 Blood Song 
1981 The Woman Inside
1981 Riker
1980 Condominium 
1979 The French Atlantic Affair 
1979 Salvage 1
1975-1978 Hawaii Five-O
1977-1978 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries
1978 Vega$
1974-1978 Police Story
1977 Switch
1974-1977 Police Woman
1976 McMillan & Wife
1976 Once an Eagle
1976 Most Wanted
1976 James Dean 
1976 Starsky and Hutch
1976 Ellery Queen
1975 Matt Helm
1975 Murder on Flight 502 
1975 Bronk
1975 Medical Story
1975 Cop on the Beat
1975 Archer
1974 Cannon
1968-1974 Ironside
1972-1974 The Rookies
1973-1974 The New Perry Mason
1973 Search
1972 Mod Squad
1972 Mission: Impossible
1972 Rod Serling's Night Gallery
1972 Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole
1972 The Family Rico 
1971 Cade's County
1971 The Face of Fear 
1971 Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law
1971 Dan August
1970-1971 Mannix 
1970 San Francisco International Airport
1970 The Virginian
1970 The Silent Force
1970 The McMasters 
1970 The Bill Cosby Show
1969 Bracken's World
1968-1969 The Name of the Game
1968 Days in My Father's House 
1966-1968 I Spy
1968 The Danny Thomas Hour 
1967 N.Y.P.D.
1964-1966 Ben Casey
1965 Kraft Suspense Theatre
1965 The Defenders
1964 Burke's Law
1962-1963 The DuPont Show of the Week
1962-1963 The Untouchables
1961 Twilight Zone
1960-1961 Play of the Week
1961 The United States Steel Hour
196 0Rawhide
1960 The Chevy Mystery Show
1960 The Closing Door
1959 Bold Venture
1958 Target
1958 Wagon Train
1958 Studio One in Hollywood
1958 Suspicion
1952-1958 Schlitz Playhouse 
1958 Pursuit
1958 Playhouse 90
1956-1957 Wire Service
1957 Climax!
1957 Outlaw's Son 
1955-1957 Studio 57
1955-1957 Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre 
1956 The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial 
1956 The Man Is Armed 
1956 Massacre 
1954-1956 The Ford Television Theatre 
1956 The 20th Century-Fox Hour
1956 Chevron Hall of Stars 
1955 Celebrity Playhouse
1955 Science Fiction Theatre
1955 Damon Runyon Theater
1955 The Toughest Man Alive
1955 Appointment with Adventure
1955 G.E. True Theater
1955 Armstrong Circle Theatre
1955 Producers' Showcase
1954 Port of Hell 
1954 Justice 
1954 Thunder Pass
1954 Paid to Kill 
1954 Blackout 
1950-1954 Danger
1954 The Philip Morris Playhouse
1954 Go, Man, Go! 
1953-1954 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse
1953 The Revlon Mirror Theater
1953 Medallion Theatre
1952 The Gambler and the Lady 
1951 Le traquĆ© 
1951 Fort Defiance 
1951 Gruen Guild Theater
1951 Starlight Theatre
1951 Never Trust a Gambler 
1951 Lights Out
1951 Sure As Fate
1951 Lux Video Theatre
1950-1951 Nash Airflyte Theatre
1951 Somerset Maugham TV Theatre
1950 Gunman in the Streets 
1950 Highly Dangerous 
1950 The Magnavox Theatre
1950 Barricade 
1950 Backfire
1949 The Ford Theatre Hour
1949 Without Honor 
1949 The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre
1948 Whiplash 
1948 Moonrise 
1948 Embraceable You 
1947 Deep Valley 
1947 That Way with Women 
1946 A Stolen Life 
1946 Her Kind of Man 
1945 Pride of the Marines 
1945 God Is My Co-Pilot
1944 Hollywood Canteen
1944 I Won't Play 
1944 The Very Thought of You 
1943 Over the Wall 
1943 Destination Tokyo
1943 Heaven Can Wait 
1943 Action in the North Atlantic 
1943 The Rear Gunner
1942 Tennessee Johnson 
1942 The Glass Key 
1942 Wake Island 
1942 The Pride of the Yankees
1942 Sunday Punch 
1940 Money and the Woman





Matinee Classics - The Pride of the Yankees starring Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Walter Brennan, Dan Duryea, Babe Ruth, Elsa Janssen, Ludwig Stossel, Virginia Gilmore, Bill Dickey, Ernie Adams, Pierre Watkin, Harry Harvey, Bob Meusel, Mark Koenig, Bill Stern, Addison Richards, Hardie Albright, Edward Fielding, George Lessey, Edgar Barrier, Douglas Croft, Gene Collins, David Holt, Ray Noble, Frank Faylen, Dane Clark and Pat Flaherty
Matinee Classics - Go, Man, Go! starring The Harlem Globetrotters, Dane Clark, Patricia Breslin, Sidney Poitier, Anatol Winogradoff and Celia Brodkin
Matinee Classics - A Stolen Life starring Bette Davis, Glenn Ford, Dane Clark, Walter Brennan and Charles Ruggles
Matinee Classics - God is My Co-Pilot starring Dennis Morgan, Dane Clark, Raymond Massey, Alan Hale Sr., Richard Loo, John Ridgely, Carig Stevens, Andrea King, Stanley Ridges, Warren Douglas, Stephen Richard and Charles Smith
Matinee Classics - World War II - The Rear Gunner


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