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TOM TULLY BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:  

Tom Tully was born on August 21st, 1908 in Durango, Colorado, with the birth name Thomas Kane Tulley.  He later found work as a pilot and a junior reporter for the Denver Post.  It was after he realized how much more money he could make working as an actor, that he switched his career goals.
 
He gained a large amount of stage and radio experience in his early years which lead to working in the film industry.  He first debuted in, "Northern Pursuit" (1943) and in 1954 he received an Oscar nomination for his role in the film, "The Caine Mutiny" starring Humphrey Bogart.  Many also remember him for his role on the television series, "The Lineup" (1954).  
 
Other roles he added to his resume were on such films as, "The Uunseen" (1945), "Kiss and Tell" (1945), "The Virginian" (1946), "Lady in the Lake" (1947), "Where the Sidewalk Ends" (1950), "Branded" (1950), "Texas Carnival" (1951), "Sea of Lost Ships" (1953) and "Arrow in the Dust" (1954).
 
In addition to his many film roles, he also made appearances on such television shows as, "The Dick Van Dyke Show", "Schlitz Playhouse", 'Front Row Center", "Celebrity Playhouse", "Telephone Time", "Tales of Wells Fargo" and "Empire". 

In 1969 he took a break from taking on any new film or television roles to  entertain troops along with Bob Hope for the USO.  During this time, he contracted filarial worm and when he later returned back to the United States his condition became worse and he was diagnosed with a blood clot which caused him to have to have his leg amputated.
 
However, this did not stop him from continuing to act and he was seen on such television dramas as, "Mission: Impossible" and "The Rookies".  His final film role was in 1973 in, "Charley Varrick".  

Tom Tully married twice throughout his lifetime, first to Frances McHugh in 1938 and they remained together until she passed away in 1953.  His 2nd wife was Ida Johnson whom he wed in 1954 and they remained married until he passed away at the age of seventy three, on April 27th, 1982 in Newport Beach, California after suffering from cancer.    


Filmography

1973   The New Temperatures Rising Show

1972-1973  The Rookies 

1973   Hijack!

1973   Charley Varrick

1972   Mission: Impossible 

1969   Mod Squad

1969   Any Second Now 

1969   The High Chaparral 

1967-1969  The Guns of Will Sonnett 

1968   Coogan's Bluff 

1965-1967  Bonanza 

1967   The Andy Griffith Show 

1967   Hey, Landlord 

1966   Shane 

1964-1966  The Dick Van Dyke Show

1965   The Legend of Jesse James

1965   The Loner 

1965   McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force

1965   The Farmer's Daughter

1961-1965  Rawhide

1965   My Living Doll

1964   The Virginian

1964   Perry Mason

1964   The Carpetbaggers

1963   Burke's Law

1963   The Untouchables

1962   Empire 

1961   Tales of Wells Fargo

1961   The United States Steel Hour 

1960   The Wackiest Ship in the Army 

1960   Alfred Hitchcock Presents

1954-1959  The Lineup

1958   Ten North Frederick 

1953-1957  The Danny Thomas Show 

1957   Zane Grey Theatre

1956   Telephone Time 

1956   Behind the High Wall

1953-1956  The Ford Television Theatre 

1956   Celebrity Playhouse 

1956   Front Row Center 

1955   Soldier of Fortune 

1955   Love Me or Leave Me

1955   The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse

1954   Schlitz Playhouse

1954   The Caine Mutiny 

1954   Arrow in the Dust

1953   Sea of Lost Ships

1953   Die Jungfrau auf dem Dach

1953   The Moon Is Blue

1953   Trouble Along the Way

1952   The Jazz Singer

1952   Ruby Gentry

1952   Cavalcade of America 

1952   The Turning Point 

1952   Lure of the Wilderness

1952   Love Is Better Than Ever 

1952   Return of the Texan 

1951   Texas Carnival 

1951   The Lady and the Bandit

1951   Tomahawk 

1950   Branded

1950   Where the Sidewalk Ends 

1949   The Lady Takes a Sailor

1949   A Kiss for Corliss 

1949   Illegal Entry 

1948   Blood on the Moon

1948   June Bride

1948   Rachel and the Stranger 

1948   Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! 

1947   Killer McCoy 

1947   Intrigue

1947   Lady in the Lake

1946   Till the End of Time 

1946   The Virginian

1945   Adventure 

1945   Kiss and Tell 

1945   The Unseen 

1944   I'll Be Seeing You

1944   The Town Went Wild 

1944   Secret Command 

1944   Reward Unlimited 

1943   Over the Wall

1943   Destination Tokyo

1943   Northern Pursuit 

1943   Mission to Moscow 

1932   The Sign of the Cross  





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Matinee Classics - A Kiss for Corliss starring Shirley Temple, David Niven, Tom Tully, Virginia Welles, Darryl Hickman and Gloria Holden
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