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Lloyd Nolan: An Actor’s Life With Meaning Credits DVDs

The Known Works of Lloyd Nolan


As you can see, Lloyd was one busy man. He did it all – radio, TV, movies, and theater, not to mention commercials and recordings.

Click on any of the links below to go to that section of Lloyd Nolan’s credits.

Plays
Radio
Movies
Made-for-TV Movies
TV Series
TV Guest Appearances
Recordings
Commercials



Plays

1960:
One More River

1956:
The Caine Mutiny Court Martial – in London

1954:
The Caine Mutiny Court Martial

1951:
Courting Time

1950:
The Silver Whistle

1934:
Ragged Army
Gentlewoman

1933:
One Sunday Afternoon

1932:
Americana

1931:
Reunion in Vienna

1930:
Sweet Stranger

1929:
Cape Cod Follies

19??:
Aristocracy

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Radio

1951 to 1952:
Martin Kane, Private Eye

1944:
Lux Radio Theatre, “ Guadalcanal Diary”
Results, Inc.

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Movies

1986:
Hannah and Her Sisters

1985:
Prince Jack

1978:
My Boys Are Good Boys

1977:
Galyon
The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover


1975:
The Sky’s the Limit

1974:
Earthquake

1973:
Normalization: A Right to Respect

1970:
Airport

1968:
Sergeant Ryker
Ice Station Zebra


1967:
The Double Man

1966:
An American Dream

1965:
Never Too Late

1964:
Circus World

1963:
The Girl Hunters

1962:
We Joined the Navy

1961:
Susan Slade

1960:
Portrait in Black
Girl of the Night


1957:
Seven Waves Away
A Hatful of Rain
Peyton Place


1956:
The Last Hunt
Santiago
Toward the Unknown


1953:
Island in the Sky
Crazylegs


1951:
The Lemon Drop Kid

1949:
The Sun Comes Up
Bad Boy
Easy Living


1948:
Green Grass of Wyoming
The Street With No Name


1947:
Lady in the Lake
Wild Harvest


1946:
Two Smart People
Somewhere in the Night


1945:
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Circumstantial Evidence
Captain Eddie
The House on 92nd Street
War Came to America – narrator


1944:
Resisting Enemy Interrogation – WWII training film, US Army, Air Corps

1943:
Bataan
Don’t Be a Sucker
Guadalcanal Diary


1942:
Blue, White and Perfect
The Man Who Wouldn’t Die
It Happened in Flatbush
Just Off Broadway
Manila Calling
Apache Trail
Time to Kill


1941:
Mr. Dynamite
Sleepers West
Dressed to Kill
Buy Me That Town
Blues in the Night
Steel Against the Sky


1940:
The House Across the Bay
Johnny Apollo
Gangs of Chicago
The Man I Married
Pier 13
The Golden Fleecing
Charter Pilot
Michael Shayne, Private Detective
Behind the News


1939:
Ambush
St. Louis Blues
Undercover Doctor
The Magnificent Fraud


1938:
Dangerous to Know
Tip-Off Girls
Hunted Man
Prison Farm
King of Alcatraz


1937:
Interns Can’t Take Money
King of Gamblers
Exclusive
Ebb Tide
Every Day’s a Holiday
Wells Fargo


1936:
You May Be Next
Lady of Secrets
Big Brown Eyes
Devil’s Squadron
Counterfeit
The Texas Rangers
Fifteen Maiden Lane


1935:
“G” Men
Stolen Harmony
Atlantic Adventure
She Couldn’t Take It
One-Way Ticket

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Made-for-TV Movies

1984:
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear

1983:
Adams House

1979:
Valentine

1977:
The Mask of Alexander Cross
Flight to Holocaust
Fire!


1976:
The November Plan

1975:
The Abduction of Saint Anne

1973:
Isn’t It Shocking?

1967:
Wings of Fire

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TV Series

1968-1971:
Julia

1958-1959:
Special Agent 7

1951-1952:
Martin Kane, Private Eye

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TV Guest Appearances

1985:
Murder, She Wrote, “Murder in the Afternoon”

1984:
Remington Steele, “Cast in Steele”

1981:
Archie Bunker’s Place “Custody” – Parts 1 and 2

1979:
$sweepstake$ – Episodes 1 and 2

1978:
The Waltons, “The Return”
Quincy, M.E., “A Test for Living”
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries, “Search for Atlantis”
The American Film Institute Salute to Henry Fonda


1977:
Gibbsville, “The Price of Everything”
McMillan & Wife, “Affair of the Heart”
Police Woman, “Merry Christmas, Waldo”


1976:
Ellery Queen, “The Adventure of the Sunday Punch”
City of Angels, “The November Plan” – Part 1


1975:
Disneyland, “The Sky’s the Limit” – Parts 1 and 2

1974:
The Magician, “The Illusion of the Curious Counterfeit” – Part 2
Sandburg’s Lincoln, “The Unwilling Warrior”


1973:
McCloud, “Butch Cassidy Rides Again”
The F.B.I., “The Killing Truth”


1972:
Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, “A Question of Degree”
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors, “A Nation of Human Pincushions”


1968:
The Danny Thomas Hour, “The Cage”
Judd for the Defense, “The Devil’s Surrogate”
I Spy, “The Name of the Game”


1967:
The Road West, “A Mighty Hunter Before the Lord”
Mannix, “The Name is Mannix”
The Virginian, “The Masquerade”


1966:
House Party – September 15

1965:
Daniel Boone, “The Price of Friendship”
The Bing Crosby Show, “What’s a Buddy For?”
Slattery’s People, “Rally Round Your Own Flag, Mister”


1964:
The Outer Limits, “Soldier”
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, “Mr. Biddle’s Crime Wave”
The Virginian, “The Payment”


1963:
The DuPont Show of the Week, “Two Faces of Treason”
The Great Adventure, “The Death of Sitting Bull”
The Great Adventure, “The Massacre at Wounded Knee”
Kraft Suspense Theatre, “The Case Against Paul Ryker” – Parts 1 and 2
77 Sunset Strip, “5” – Parts 1 to 5
The Virginian, “It Takes a Big Man”
Pantomime Quiz, “Lloyd Nolan vs. Gisele MacKenzie»


1962:
The Dick Powell Show, “Special Assignment”
Laramie, “War Hero”


1961:
Darrow the Defender – unsold pilot
Bus Stop, “The Glass Jungle”
General Electric Theater, “Star Witness: The Lili Parrish Story”
General Electric Theater, “Call to Danger”
Laramie, “Deadly Is the Night”


1960:
Startime, “Crime, Inc.” – narrator
Bonanza, “The Stranger”
The Barbara Stanwyck Show, “The Seventh Miracle”
Zane Grey Theater, “Knife of Hate”


1959:
Wagon Train, “The Hunter Malloy Story”
Hallmark Hall of Fame, “Ah, Wilderness!”
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, “Six Guns for Donagan”
The Untouchables, “The George ‘Bugs’ Moran Story”
Laramie, “The Star Trail”
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show – Episode 3.24


1958:
Zane Grey Theater, “The Homecoming”

1957:
Playhouse 90, “Galvanized Yankee”
What’s My Line? – guest panelist, December 29
The Big Record – December 25


1956:
MGM Parade – Episode 1.23

1955:
Climax!, “Sailor on Horseback”
Ford Star Jubilee, “The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial”
Toast of the Town – Episode 9.3


1954:
The Arthur Murray Party – April 12

1952:
The Ford Theater Hour, “Protect Her Honor”
What’s My Line? – Mystery guest, May 11


1950:
The Ford Theater Hour, “The Barker”

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Recordings

1975:
The American Spirit 1776-1976

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Commercials

1980s:
Poli-Grip denture adhesive
1970s:
Third National Bank
Public service announcement on autism

1950s:
The Jimmy Fund for Boston’s Children’s Hospital

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Lloyd Nolan: An Actor’s Life With Meaning, by Sandra Grabman and Joel Blumberg, is available in both print and audio formats. Read by writer and film producer Nat Segaloff, the unabridged audiobook runs 5 hours and 8 minutes.


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