Pernell Roberts Net Worth

Pernell Roberts Net Worth is
$10 Million

Pernell Roberts Biography

Pernell Roberts was created in Waycross, Georgia in-may 1928 and passed on in January 2010.Pernell Roberts net worthy of: Pernell Roberts was an American actor and singer who have had a net worthy of add up to $10 million during his death. He previously more than 100 performing credits to his name and starred as Adam Cartwright on the tv screen series Bonanza from 1959 to 1965. Roberts starred as Trapper John McIntyre on it series Trapper John, M.D. from 1979 to 1986. He was a lifelong activist and participated in the Selma to Montgomery marches of 1965. Roberts was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 1981 for Trapper John, M.D. Roberts help pressure NBC to avoid employing Caucasian actors to play minority people. He appeared in lots of films including Desire Beneath the Elms, The Sheepman, Trip Lonesome, Four Rode Out, The Kashmiri Operate, Paco, The Magic of Lassie, Checkered Flag, and even more. Pernell Roberts passed on on January 24, 2010 at 81 years outdated from pancreatic cancer.

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Quick Facts

Full NamePernell Roberts
Net Worth$10 Million
DiedJanuary 24, 2010, Malibu, California, United States
Height1.83 m
ProfessionActor, Singer
EducationGeorgia Institute of Technology
SpouseEleanor Criswell, Kara Knack, Judith Anna Roberts, Vera Mowry Roberts
ChildrenJonathan Christopher Roberts
ParentsPernell Elven Roberts, Sr., Minnie Myrtle Morgan Roberts
AwardsDrama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
MoviesRide Lonesome, Four Rode Out, Desire Under the Elms, The Bravos, High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane, The Magic of Lassie, The Night Train to Kathmandu, Charlie Cobb: Nice Night for a Hanging, The Sheepman, The Deadly Tower, Desperado, Perry Mason: The Case of the All-Star Assassin, Adventures of Nick Carter, The Lives of Jenny Dolan, Checkered Flag, Bonanza: The Fear Merchants, Assignment - Munich, Incident at Crestridge, San Francisco International, Hawaii Five-0: The Grandstand Play, Rebel of the Road, Dead Man on the Run, To Steal a King, Kashmiri Run, Beware of the Watchdog, The Silent Gun, Alien Lover, Donor, Candidate for Murder
TV ShowsFBI: The Untold Stories, Trapper John, M.D., Centennial, Bonanza, Jigsaw

Interesting Facts

1 He was known to be a very private man.
2 While attending Waycross High School, he was a member of the boys basketball team.
3 In 1972, Roberts returned to Broadway and toured with Ingrid Bergman in Captain Brassbound's Conversion, in which he played the title role.
4 Won a Drama Desk Award in 1955 for his performance in an off-Broadway rendition of Macbeth, which was followed by the role of Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet.
5 Started acting in classical theater, since college.
6 Lived in Los Angeles, California, from 1957 to 1991.
7 Lived in Maryland, from 1946 to 1949.
8 Was named after his father.
9 Began acting as a teenager.
10 Roberts appeared with his ex-Bonanza (1959) co-star's, Michael Landon's, former television daughter, Melissa Gilbert, in Donor (1990).
11 Flunked out of both Georgia Tech. University and University of Maryland, twice.
12 His first wife, Vera Mowry, was a professor theater history at Washington St. University.
13 Began his career as a contract player for Columbia in 1957.
14 Won a Western Heritage Award for his guest-starring role on The Young Riders (1989) in 1991.
15 Attended Michael Landon's funeral in 1991.
16 Prior to acting, Roberts also toured university campus conducting seminars or play productions acting and poetry.
17 Longtime friend of James Drury.
18 Made his professional stage debut in 1949 with Moss Hart and Kitty Carlisle in 'The Man Who Came To Dinner'.
19 Met Lee Majors on one of the two episodes of The Big Valley (1965), where the two became friends until Roberts' own death in 2010.
20 Had guest-starred on the first episode of Hotel (1983).
21 Acting mentor was Lorne Greene.
22 Acting mentor and friend of Gregory Harrison.
23 After a 14 year absence from television, he decided to comeback to do Trapper John, M.D. (1979) for financial security.
24 With his G.I. bill, he attended the University of Maryland, where he was drawn to acting, eventually leaving school to work for the stage.
25 Had made over 40 guest appearances on television.
26 Second-only to Robert Fuller, Roberts ranked second for guest-starring in a number of Western shows.
27 Was a spokesperson for the National Kidney Foundation in the 1980s.
28 Upon his death, he was cremated.
29 His ex-Bonanza (1959) co-star, Michael Landon, died of pancreatic cancer, the same disease Roberts succumbed to, years after.
30 Pernell Roberts died on January 24, 2010. He was the longest living Bonanza (1959) cast member, followed by Lorne Greene, who played his TV father in the series.
31 Had a son, Jonathan Christopher, nearly a year after he wed Vera Mowry, his first wife.
32 Before he was a successful actor, he was a Sunday School teacher in church in his hometown of Waycross, Georgia.
33 Prior to his retirement, he updated the George Fallon character on an episode of Diagnosis Murder (1993), he played decades after Mannix (1967).
34 Future actor Gregory Harrison was Roberts' childhood television hero, watching Bonanza (1959). He co-starred alongside him in Trapper John, M.D. (1979).
35 Like his ex-Bonanza (1959) co-star, Michael Landon, Roberts himself had also resided in Malibu, California, where he died.
36 His second ex-wife Judith Roberts guest-starred with him on an episode of Trapper John, M.D. (1979).
37 Was reunited with his ex-Bonanza (1959) co-star, Lorne Greene, for 2 episodes of Vega$ (1978).
38 Moved to Washington, D.C., in 1950, taking some odd jobs while performing with the Arena Stage Theater for two years.
39 When he won the role as Adam Cartwright on Bonanza (1959), he found the adjustment to a television show difficult.
40 Had always detested his role on Bonanza (1959), .He did not detest the show itself. just his role on it. He left over an argument with the producers that the boys, should be called son's and at least one of them get married and have their own family. Realalisticly, Adam. He loved his co-stars and didn't want to leave them but the money just wasn't that important to him at the time. He felt he could do better elsewhere.
41 After he happily left his role on Bonanza (1959), he turned his back on Hollywood wisdom and well-meant advice, hence, he returned to stage acting. It would take 14 years for Roberts to revitalize his career with a comeback to television with Trapper John, M.D. (1979).
42 Was the only original cast member of Bonanza (1959) to have become an accomplished singer, though David Canary, who joined the show in 1967, had a background in voice and performed on Broadway.
43 Played the character of Trapper John, M.D. (1979) longer than Wayne Rogers would.
44 Beat out 2 other actors, Wayne Rogers and John Forsythe, for the lead role of the title character in Trapper John, M.D. (1979).
45 Was also a lifelong activist, which included participation in the Selma to Montgomery Marches in 1965, and pressuring NBC to refrain from hiring whites to portray minority characters.
46 His son, Jonathan Christopher Roberts died in 1989 in a motorcycle accident.
47 His parents, Pernell Elvin Roberts Sr., was a Dr. Pepper salesman; died in 1980, and Minnie 'Betty' Myrtle Morgan, was a housewife; died 8 years later in 1988.
48 After his guest-starring role on Diagnosis Murder (1993), he retired from acting at age 66.
49 Updated his George Fallon character on an episode of Diagnosis Murder (1993), he played decades after Mannix (1967).
50 Once referred to his Trapper John, M.D. (1979) co-star, Gregory Harrison, a young rebel, when the show started.
51 Had appeared in each and every episode of Trapper John, M.D. (1979), with the exception of 1.
52 Friends with: James Drury, Doug McClure, Dan Blocker, Michael Landon, David Wayne, Robert Young, Charles Siebert, Mary McCarty, Madge Sinclair, Sarah Cunningham, Barbara Stanwyck, Lee Majors, Linda Evans, James Best, Larry Hagman, Dick Van Dyke, Brian Keith, Aaron Spelling, Simon Scott, James Arness, Peter Graves, Peter Lupus, Jack Klugman, Rod Serling, Robert Stack, Raymond Burr, Henry Darrow, Robert Conrad, Connie Stevens, Ruta Lee, Stefanie Powers, Will Hutchins, Bart Braverman, Clifton James, Janis Page, R.G. Armstrong, Burl Ives, Quinn Martin, Frank Price and Robert Vaughn.
53 Had left his role on Bonanza (1959), at the end of the sixth season in 1965, were because of two things: He was very unhappy with the way his character was going and for refusing to renegotiate his contract, for the following eight seasons.
54 Before he was a successful actor, he also worked briefly as an apprentice with the Atlantic Coastline Railroad after graduating from high school.
55 He had seven hobbies: golfing, swimming, reading literature, playing tennis, cooking and running. He also enjoyed singing in his spare time.
56 Before he was a successful actor, he was a butcher, a forest ranger, and a railroad riveter.
57 Graduated from Waycross High School in Waycross, Georgia, in 1945.
58 During his high school years, he played the horn, acted in school and church plays, and sang in local USO shows - pursuing a wide range of occupations before pursuing acting.
59 Was the spokesperson for Ecotrin Tablets between 1982 to 1990.
60 Had attended but did not graduate from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
61 Remained good friends with Gregory Harrison, during and after Trapper John, M.D. (1979).
62 While serving for two years in the United States Marine Corps, he participated in the Marine Corps Band.
63 An avid political liberal, Roberts often complained about the mostly white complexion of the "Bonanza" cast, and the stereotypical ethnic roles that were displayed (in particularly, "Hop Sing", the house servant, played by Victor Sen Yung).
64 The singer appeared in one-act operas and ballets with the North American Lyric Theatre early in his career.
65 Had a penchant for martial arts; was known for giving demonstrations at the annual Circus of the Stars (1977), from the 1970s through the 1980s.
66 Roberts (born May 18, 1928) was only 6 months, 22 days older than Dan Blocker (born December 10, 1928), who played his television middle brother, Hoss Cartright, on Bonanza (1959).
67 Roberts (born May 18, 1928) was only 13 years, 3 months, 6 days younger than Lorne Greene (born February 12, 1915), who played his television father, Ben Cartwright, on Bonanza (1959).
68 His fine baritone was put to use frequently on stage in a number of musicals including "The King and I," "The Music Man," 'Kiss Me Kate," "Camelot" and "The Sound of Music". He played Rhett Butler in a short-lived 1973 musical version of "Gone With the Wind".
69 He was nominated for a 1973 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Guest Artist for his performance in the play, "Welcome Home", at the Ivanhoe Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
70 Best known by the public for his role as Adam Cartwright on Bonanza (1959), and for his starring role as the title character in Trapper John, M.D. (1979).
71 When he was interviewed after his career resurgence with Trapper John, M.D. (1979) in the early 1980s, Roberts identified himself as very much a liberal.
72 Recorded a solo album of folk songs on RCA Victor, "Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies," in 1962.
73 He sang in several episodes of Bonanza (1959) and appeared on 2 record albums with the Bonanza (1959) cast as well as 1 solo album.
74 Had a talent for singing, and was especially fond of performing folk music.
75 First wife Dr. Vera Mowry was a professor at Washington State University.
76 Had one son, Jonathan Christopher Roberts (b. October 1951, d. 1989), with 1st wife Vera Mowry.
77 Parents: father, Pernell Elvin Sr.; mother, Betty Roberts.


1 Roles in Westerns
2 Several of his roles were doctors that served compassion to others.
3 Baritone voice
4 His beard


1 I just didn't enjoy Bonanza (1959) anymore. My contract was up and I left. It became joyless and boring and predictable and I had to get away. But I never said those things people said I said.
2 I distinguished myself by flunking out of college three times.
3 On playing the same character that Wayne Rogers would've been famous for after M*A*S*H (1972), when he left in 1975: Time is moving along. I'm 51 and I say, 'Well, maybe I better hedge my bet a little and get into something more lucrative so I won't have to find food in the garbage vehicles of America, when I'm old.'
4 Who played the same character that Wayne Rogers had created, when he was on M*A*S*H (1972), except Roberts played his mellower than Rogers: I really don't know what the thrust of the series is. Sometimes it's drama, sometimes farce. I have absolutely no input. The actor is the last person the producers want to hear from.
5 Who proclaimed about leaving his role on Bonanza (1959), after he appeared in the show's 177 of the 430 episodes: I feel I am an aristocrat in my field of endeavor. My being part of Bonanza (1959) was like Isaac Stern sitting in with Lawrence Welk.
6 Who recounted casting for the lead role of Trapper John, M.D. (1979): The beginning of this year, I got a call to come in and talk about the show. 3 weeks later, I was called back to do a screen test. And then, I waited again, until I finally got the word about a week before we shot the pilot that the network had approved me for the part.
7 In 1980: I've seen it all before. A hundred times before. Actors on their way up. Actors coasting. It was the same 20 years ago as today.
8 Why do a series? It's called paying the rent. It's called paying your dues. But so much depends on timing. Mine was a bit off when I quit Bonanza (1959).
9 Who never quite stomach it, who in turn never hid his feelings: There are times when I think we almost manage to transcend our constant lack of good scripts, proper rehearsal and all the other things that bug a man in this business ... Everything on TV is that monster, compromise ... Let's face it, Bonanza (1959) could be really good if the powers-that-be care enough to make it that way.
10 Of what led him to do Trapper John, M.D. (1979), when he sounded subdued, almost resigned: I'm getting old. I just turned 51. I need to make a live. I hope that I can be totally responsible for my life till I die. Perhaps I won't have to worry in my later years.
11 When questioned if he was sorry for leaving his role on Bonanza (1959): God no! I'm just sorry I wasn't able to get out of my contract and leave sooner. So the other made millions. How much does one person need to live? I've never needed or wanted that much.
12 As we get older, we become more political in terms of survival. We realize a certain amount of cunning is necessary and that you just end up in a victim when you are totally honest in an environment where those around you aren't. It's a matter of remaining true to yourself while continuing to move forward. It's also a matter of learning to keep control of one's balance.
13 In 1979: I've never been career oriented. Did I even want to be a star? What's a star? Is that something in the heavens? That's the only definition that comes to my mind. And the most important goals in my life have been to move gently to be at ease with the mystery of what it's all about.
14 Isn't it just a bit silly for three adult males to get father's permission for everything they do? I haven't grown at all since the series began four years ago. I have an impotent role. Everywhere I turn, there's the father image. - In 1963 when Bonanza (1959) was too remote from reality.
15 They told me the four characters [Lorne Greene, myself and Dan Blocker and Michael Landon as brothers] would be carefully defined and the scripts carefully prepared. None of it ever happened. - (In 1964 about the limitations he felt about his character given on-screen for Bonanza (1959).)
16 There are times when I think we almost manage to transcend our constant lack of good scripts, proper rehearsal and all the other things that bug a man in this business.... Everything on TV is that monster, compromise.... Let's face it, Bonanza could be really good if the powers-that-be cared enough to make it that way.
17 I'm never satisfied with my own work.
18 I had six seasons of playing the eldest son on that show. Six seasons of feeling like a damned idiot, going around -- me, like a middle-aged teenager, saying, 'Yes, Pa,' 'No, Pa' on cue. It was downright disgusting -- such dialogue for a grown man. I felt I wasn't being taken seriously as an actor, and that's like death to one's talent...Stuck as Adam Cartwright, I was only able to use about one-tenth of my ability. -- PR on why he left Bonanza (1959)
19 I was teaching a Sunday school class at one of the churches in Waycross, Georgia, where I grew up. And the lesson dealt with equality and all of us being one under the eyes of God. All of a sudden it hit me!! This isn't true! The church was - is- the most segregated place one day a week there is in our country. And it's so ironical and so tragic that here's a philosophy which preaches and teaches human understanding and brotherly love and practices, in essence, the most vicious form of human relationship there is.


All Pernell Roberts pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1969 Bambi Bambi Awards TV Series International Bonanza (1959) Lorne Greene

Dan Blocker

Michael Landon

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1982 Sour Apple Golden Apple Awards
1981 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Trapper John, M.D. (1979)



Diagnosis Murder 1994-1997 TV Series George Fallon / Dr. Elliott Valin
Checkered Flag 1991 Andrew Valiant
Donor 1990 TV Movie Dr. Martingale
The Young Riders 1990 TV Series Hezekiah Horn
Perry Mason: The Case of the All-Star Assassin 1989 TV Movie Thatcher Horton
Around the World in 80 Days 1989 TV Mini-Series Captain Speedy
The Night Train to Kathmandu 1988 TV Movie Prof. Harry Hadley-Smithe
Desperado 1987 TV Movie Marshal Dancey
Trapper John, M.D. 1979-1986 TV Series Trapper John McIntyre
Hotel 1983 TV Series Charles Stanton
Incident at Crestridge 1981 TV Movie Mayor Hill
High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane 1980 TV Movie Marshal J.D. Ward
The Love Boat 1980 TV Series Brian Mallory
Vega$ 1978-1980 TV Series Mr. Logan / Pete Sedgewick
Hot Rod 1979 TV Movie Sheriff Marsden
The Night Rider 1979 TV Movie Alex Sheridan
The Paper Chase 1979 TV Series Professor Marc Justin
The Immigrants 1978 TV Movie Anthony Cassala
Centennial 1978 TV Mini-Series General Asher
Quincy M.E. 1977-1978 TV Series Dr. Chester Banning / Sheriff Connelly
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries 1978 TV Series Detective Superintendant Molly / Fire Chief Madison
The Magic of Lassie 1978 Jamison
The Rockford Files 1978 TV Series B.J. Anderson
Man from Atlantis 1977 TV Series Clint Hollister
Westside Medical 1977 TV Series Walt Dahlman
Charlie Cobb: Nice Night for a Hanging 1977 TV Movie Sheriff Yates
The Feather and Father Gang 1977 TV Series Meminger
The Streets of San Francisco 1977 TV Series Charley Finn
Police Woman 1977 TV Series Wagner
Most Wanted 1977 TV Series Bailey
Baretta 1977 TV Series Johnny Hillman
Switch 1977 TV Series Barnes
Barnaby Jones 1977 TV Series Daniel Matthews
Spencer's Pilots 1976 TV Series Pete Sewell
Captains and the Kings 1976 TV Mini-Series Braithwaite
Paco 1976 Pompiho
Bert D'Angelo/Superstar 1976 TV Series
Jigsaw John 1976 TV Series Roger
The Six Million Dollar Man 1976 TV Series Mark Wharton
Cannon 1976 TV Series Cleary / Phil Denton
Bronk 1975 TV Series Collicos
The Wide World of Mystery 1975 TV Series Mike
The Lives of Jenny Dolan 1975 TV Movie Camera Shop Proprietor
Ellery Queen 1975 TV Series Rosh Kaleel / Barney Groves / Maj. George Pearson
The Deadly Tower 1975 TV Movie Lieutenant Lee
Medical Story 1975 TV Series Dr. Louis Kinoy
Dead Man on the Run 1975 TV Movie Brock Dillon
Police Story 1974-1975 TV Series Sgt. Sal Grosser / Charlie Rivas
Ironside 1968-1975 TV Series Harry Blocker / Frank Vincent
Nakia 1974 TV Series
The Odd Couple 1974 TV Series Billy Joe
Hawkins 1974 TV Series Senator Griffith
Mannix 1973 TV Series George Fallon
Mission: Impossible 1967-1973 TV Series Boomer / Chief Manuel Corba / Colonel Hans Krim / ...
Marcus Welby, M.D. 1971-1973 TV Series Tom Boyd / Roger
Banacek 1972 TV Series Matthew Donniger
Night Gallery 1972 TV Series Joe Bellman / Joe Bellman (segment "The Tune in Dan's Cafe")
The Sixth Sense 1972 TV Series Paul Pettigrew
Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law 1972 TV Series
Assignment: Munich 1972 TV Movie C.C. Bryan
Adventures of Nick Carter 1972 TV Movie Neal Duncan
The Bravos 1972 TV Movie Jackson Buckley
Alias Smith and Jones 1971-1972 TV Series Terence Tynan / Sam Finrock
The Virginian 1966-1971 TV Series Stranger / Jim Boyer Sr.
Hawaii Five-O 1971 TV Series Lon Phillips
The Name of the Game 1969-1971 TV Series Ernie Subich / Hank
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors 1971 TV Series Dr. Frank Bartell
The Kashmiri Run 1970
San Francisco International Airport 1970 TV Series Jim Conrad
Four Rode Out 1970 U.S. Marshal Ross
The Silent Gun 1969 TV Movie Sam Benner
Lancer 1969 TV Series Theodore Banning
The Big Valley 1967-1968 TV Series Ed Tanner / Patrick Madigan
CBS Playhouse 1967 TV Series Lenny Marshall
Gunsmoke 1957-1967 TV Series Dave Reeves / Nat Pilcher
The Wild Wild West 1967 TV Series Sean O'Reilley
Carousel 1967 TV Movie Jigger Craigin
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. 1966 TV Series Joey Celeste
Bonanza 1959-1965 TV Series Adam Cartwright
The Errand Boy 1961 Adam Cartwright - Cameo (uncredited)
The Detectives 1960 TV Series Rod Halleck
Buckskin 1959 TV Series Oscar
77 Sunset Strip 1959 TV Series Tony Gray
Bronco 1959 TV Series Dave Clayton
One Step Beyond 1959 TV Series Sgt. Vaill
Cimarron City 1959 TV Series O'Hara
Lawman 1959 TV Series Fent Harley
Ride Lonesome 1959 Sam Boone
General Electric Theater 1958-1959 TV Series Abner / Phil
Zane Grey Theater 1958 TV Series Lew Banning / Jet Mason
Shirley Temple's Storybook 1958 TV Series Count DeSpard / Thorabore / Count Schoenfeld
Northwest Passage 1958 TV Series Captain Jacques Chavez
Matinee Theatre 1957-1958 TV Series Don John / Hassan
Tombstone Territory 1958 TV Series Johnny Coster
The Sheepman 1958 Chocktaw Neal
Have Gun - Will Travel 1958 TV Series Maury Travis
Desire Under the Elms 1958 Peter Cabot
Whirlybirds 1958 TV Series Reynolds
Sugarfoot 1957-1958 TV Series Deuce Braden / Salt River Smith
Trackdown 1958 TV Series Bannion
Climax! 1957 TV Series
Kraft Theatre 1956 TV Series


Bonanza TV Series 1 episode, 1964 performer - 3 episodes, 1961 - 1963


The Last Shot 2004 special thanks


FBI: The Untold Stories 1991-1993 TV Series Himself - Host
Realm of the Alligator 1986 Documentary Himself - Narrator (voice)
Circus of the Stars #10 1985 TV Special documentary Himself
Night of 100 Stars II 1985 TV Movie Himself
Battle of the Network Stars XII 1982 TV Special Himself - CBS Team Captain
Night of 100 Stars 1982 TV Special Himself
Battle of the Network Stars XI 1981 TV Special Himself - CBS Team Captain
The 33rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1981 TV Special Himself - Nominee: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
The David Frost Show 1972 TV Series Himself
The Joey Bishop Show 1968 TV Series Himself
The Merv Griffin Show 1965 TV Series Himself
The Ed Sullivan Show 1965 TV Series Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1963-1965 TV Series Himself - Guest
Hollywood Backstage 1964 TV Series Himself
Chevrolet's Bewitching Bonanza 1964 Short Himself
The Match Game 1964 TV Series Himself - Team Captain
You Don't Say 1964 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011 TV Special Himself - Memorial Tribute
Pioneers of Television 2011 TV Mini-Series documentary Adam Cartwright from Bonanza
The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards 2010 TV Special Himself - Memorial Tribute
The O'Reilly Factor 2008 TV Series Adam Cartwright (scenes from 'Bonanza')
Television: The First Fifty Years 1999 Video documentary Adam Cartwright
Back to Bonanza 1993 TV Movie Adam Cartwright
TV: The Fabulous Fifties 1978 TV Movie Himself / Adam Cartwright

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