Harry Morgan

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VIDEO: D.H.Q. - The Victims

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D.H.Q. - The Victims
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Length: 25:06
Aired: 4/16/1970

It's a long night of bloodshed and brutality when Friday and Gannon work the robbery and homicide beat. An eerily calm murderer, a vicious mugging and a thrill-killing stick-up man are just a few of the horrors they face with reliably steely resolve. watch

VIDEO: D.H.Q.: The Victims

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D.H.Q.: The Victims
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Length: 25:07
Aired: 4/16/1970

Sgt. Friday (Jack Webb) and Officer Gannon (Harry Morgan) investigate a series of crimes, including two homicides, an armed robbery and a purse snatching. watch

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Length: 25:06
Aired: 4/16/1970

D.H.Q. - The Victims: Sgt. Friday (Jack Webb) and Officer Gannon (Harry Morgan) investigate a series of crimes, including two homicides, an armed robbery and a purse snatching. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2002 M*A*S*H TV Show Series, Remarks by
1991 Memories of M*A*S*H TV Show Series, Remarks by
1988 Blacke's Magic TV Show Series, Actor - Leonard Blacke
1987 You Can't Take It with You TV Show Series, Actor - Grandpa Martin Vanderhof
1987 Dragnet Movie, Actor - Capt. Bill Gannon

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Ask Matt: House, Once vs. Grimm, Fringe Renewal

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Question: Needless to say, the very end of last week's House episode was a shocker. Do you think that this will be some catalyst to finally cause a permanent change in House and that the last episodes are watching that happen? That being said, I hope that next week's portrayed ending is not as drastic as it appears [in the teaser]. Irony aside, it just wouldn't be fair to the impacted character, and it would be too pedestrian a reason for such a transformation in House. — Suzie

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Harry Morgan of M*A*S*H Dies at 96

Harry Morgan, best known for his role as Col. Potter in M*A*S*H, died Wednesday at his home in Los Angeles, The New York Times reports. read more

In the mid-1960s, I think, ...

Question: In the mid-1960s, I think, Dennis Weaver starred in a show where he had an adopted Korean son, lived on a ranch and drove a convertible Mustang. What was the name of it? Thanks.


Answer: That would be the short-lived comedy-drama Kentucky Jones, which ran on NBC for a year beginning in September 1964. Weaver, coming off his nine-year stint as Chester Goode on the classic Gunsmoke, starred as veterinarian Kenneth Yarborough "Kentucky" Jones (he signed his name "K.Y."), who lived on a ranch in Southern Cal.

And the 9-year-old boy of whom you speak, Dwight Eisenhower "Ike" Wong (played by Ricky Der — apparently nifty nicknames were plentiful on this show), was Chinese, not Korean. Kentucky's wife had arranged to adopt the lad and then promptly died, leaving the widower vet to raise him alone.

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Know anything about Pete and ...

Question: Know anything about Pete and Gladys? It starred Harry Morgan.


Answer: That I do — and since you don't know, Jack, I'm happy to fill you in. Mr. Morgan (M*A*S*H) first played the character, Pete Porter, on the CBS comedy December Bride, which ran from October 1954 to April 1961 and starred Spring Byington (Laramie) as a lovable mother-in-law living with her daughter (Frances Rafferty) and son-in-law (Dean Miller). Pete was the sarcastic neighbor who always came over to complain about his wife, Gladys, who was never actually seen. The griping worked — he proved such a hit with the audience that the network gave him his own show.

In September 1960, Pete and Gladys hit the airwaves with Cara Williams as the ditzy Gladys and, among others, Verna Felton as her friend Hilda and Gale Gordon ( read more

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