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appeared in five episode of The Rifleman ―
The Marshal as Andrew
Shelton, he is the brother who took off his hat and
said..... "Why Florry, you ugly old devil. You went & got yourself kilt".
Bloodlines as Jud Malackie,
he's the brother Micah knocked the gun out of his hand
― The Prodigal as Santos.
'Miss Milly' as Marty Ryan,
the heavy of the two ―
Day of Reckoning as Will Breen,
he's the one wearing the derby.
Warren Oates played a brother in three episodes - 'Bloodlines' -
'The Marshal' - 'Day of Reckoning'.
moved to Los Angeles, where he began to establish himself in
guest roles in Western television series, including Wagon
Train ― Tombstone Territory ― Buckskin ― Rawhide ― Trackdown
― Tate ― The Rebel ― Wanted: Dead or Alive ― Have Gun – Will
Travel ― Lawman ― The Virginian ― The Big Valley ― Gunsmoke.
a regular on Stoney Burke (1962 - 1963).
appeared with Chuck Connors on
― Judge Not (1965).
first met Peckinpah while doing an episode of The
Rifleman (The Marshal - 1958), created by
Pechinpah. He also played a supporting role in Peckinpah's short-lived series The Westerner in 1960.
on Peckinpah's early films Ride the High Country
(1962) and Major Dundee (1965). The Wild
Bunch (1969) and Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
(1974) ― Ride the High Country (1962).
Warren Oates was born July 5, 1928 in Depoy, Kentucky
Birth Name: Warren Mercer Oates
He died April 3, 1982 in Los Angeles, California of a heart attack
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