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Kermit Murdock

Show Count: 17
Series Count: 2
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: March 20, 1908, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Died: February 11, 1981, Tenafly, New Jersey

Kermit Murdock (20 March 1908 – 11 February 1981) was a film, television and radio actor known for his avuncular and professorial character portrayals.

His more prominent character roles in major motion pictures included Dean Pollard in Splendor in the Grass (1961), Henderson in In the Heat of The Night (1967), and Dr. Robertson in The Andromeda Strain (1970).

He is also well known for his voice acting in many episodes of the 1950s science fiction radio series X Minus One.

He was in The Mysterious Traveler episode "Survival of the fittest" with Everett Sloane. Also a radio series Adventure Ahead.

He was well represented in character roles in television drama of the 1960s and 1970s such as in episodes of television shows including Kung Fu, The Mod Squad, and The Defenders. He also had a critical role as a witch-hunting prosecutor in the acclaimed Star Trek episode All Our Yesterdays.

Source: Wikipedia

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Show Count: 12
Broadcast History: 4 May 1941 to 9 November 1941, 7 March 1944 to 15 August 1944 and 3 July 1945 to 21 August 1945
Cast: Everett Sloane, Ted de Corsia, John Brown, Frank Gallop, Peter Donald, Kenny Delmar, Karl Swenson, Paul Stewart, Adelaide Klein , Hester Sondergaard, Luis Van Rooten, Frank Lovejoy, House Jameson, Jack Smart, Beatrice Kay, John Gibson, Arthur Vinton, Larry Robinson, Bartlett Robinson, Martin Wolfson, Joel O'Brien, Perry Lafferty, Kermit Murdock, Joseph Julian, Minerva Pious, Katherine Locke, Carl Frank, Joan Alexander, Arnold Moss, Ralph Bell, Orson Welles, Fredric March, Charles Laughton
A series of stories ranging from serious to whimsical. The most famous is On a Note of Triumph, a celebration of the Allied victory in Europe, first broadcast on VE Day, May 8, 1945.
Broadcast: 10th September 1944
Added: Apr 05 2012
Broadcast: 11th March 1962
Added: Apr 26 2012
Broadcast: 12th December 1956
Added: Dec 12 2005
Broadcast: 27th August 1961
Added: Aug 02 2012