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William White (actor)

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William White
Born
William Hampton White

June 25, 1921
DiedJuly 14, 1985(1985-07-14) (aged 64)
NationalityAmerican
Other namesWilliam H. White, Bill White, Bill Hampton, Billy Hampton
OccupationActor, director, producer
Years active1927 - 1984

William White (1921-1985) was a film producer and actor. The films he has been involved with in production include Where's Willie?, and House of the Black Death. He also directed Brother, Cry for Me, and Divorce Las Vegas Style.

Background

White was born in Missouri on June 25, 1921. He died of a heart attack on July 14, 1985 in Sherman Oaks, California.[1][2]

Actor Jeff F. Renfro who played the psychotic trucker in The Bunny Game is his stepson.[3][4]

Career

Actor

White had an involvement in films and television from 1927 to the late 1970s.[5] He had an early role playing the butcher boy in Peaceful Oscar which was released around 1927.[6] Later he had a role in the William Clemens directed Here Comes Carter which was released in 1936.[7] He played the part of Police Lt. Peterson in the 1959 horror film, The Hideous Sun Demon. The film which was directed by Tom Boutross and Robert Clarke, featured Nan Peterson, Del Courtney, Tony Hilder, and Bob Hafner.[8] During the 1960s, one film he appeared in was Terror of the Bloodhunters. Released in 1963, the film starred Robert Clarke and Dorothy Haney.[9] Other films in that decade were Attack of the Mayan Mummy in 1964,[10] and The Human Duplicators in 1965.[11] It's likely his last acting work was as Jesse in the Ace in the Hole episode of The Green Hornet.[12][13]

Director and producer

He directed and wrote the story for Divorce Las Vegas Style, which was released in 1970. It starred John Alderman, Luanne Roberts, and Dixie Donovan.[14] Another film he directed that was released the same year was Brother, Cry for Me, a film that starred Steve Drexel, Leslie Parrish, Larry Pennell, Richard Davalos, and Anthony Caruso.[15][16] He wrote the story and co-produced Where's Willie which was released in 1978.[17][18]

Filmography (actor)

Film
Title Role Director Year Notes #
Peaceful Oscar Oscar's son Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle 1927
Here Comes Carter Office boy William Clemens 1936 as Billy Hampton
The Hideous Sun Demon Police Lt. Peterson Robert Clarke
Tom Boutross
1959 as Bill Hampton
Terror of the Bloodhunters Dione Jerry Warren 1962
Face of the Screaming Werewolf Gilberto Martínez Solares
Rafael López Portillo
Jerry Warren
1964
Attack of the Mayan Mummy  Rafael Portillo
Jerry Warren
1964 as Bill White
Tv movie
The Human Duplicators Hugo Grimaldi
Arthur C. Pierce
1965 as Bill Hampton
Morituri Bernhard Wicki 1965
Television
Title Episode Role Director Year Notes #
M Squad The Widows Mike Polka Bernard L. Kowalski 1958 as Bill Hampton
Rescue 8 Danger in Paradise Jeff Morse, guard William Beaudine 1959 as Bill Hampton
Rescue 8 Death for Hire Deputy William Beaudine 1959 as Bill Hampton
The Betty Hutton Show Roy Runs Away Cabby Robert Sidney 1960 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet David, the Sleuth Barber Ozzie Nelson 1959 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet The T-Shirts Club Member Ozzie Nelson 1960 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet Big Plans for Summer Maitre'd Ozzie Nelson 1960 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet No News for Harriet Dave Bender Ozzie Nelson 1960 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet Safe Husbands Bowling Clerk Ozzie Nelson 1961 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet Mr. Kelley's Important Papers Airline Clerk Ozzie Nelson 1961 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet The Manly arts Store Policeman Ozzie Nelson 1961 as Bill Hampton
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet Backyard Pet Show Ed Ozzie Nelson 1968 as Bill Hampton
Perry Mason The Case of the Bluffing Blast Cab driver Allen H. Miner 1963 as Bill Hampton
Lassie Time for Courage William Beaudine 1966 as Bill Hampton
The Green Hornet Ace in the Hole Jessie William Beaudine 1967 as Bill Hampton

Filmography (director, producer etc)

Film
Title Role Director Year Notes #
House of the Black Death producer Harold Daniels
Reginald Le Borg
Jerry Warren
1965
Lady Godiva Rides assistant director A.C. Stephen 1969 as Bill White
Divorce Las Vegas Style writer, director William White 1970
Brother, Cry for Me producer, director William White 1970
Scream, Evelyn, Scream! assistant director Tom Anthony
Robert Hensley
1970
The Wild Scene  production manager William Rowland 1970
Beautiful People production manager Louis Garfinkle 1971
Where the Red Fern Grows assistant director Norman Tokar 1974 as William H. White
Seven Alone second assistant director Earl Bellamy 1974 as William H. White
Pony Express Rider production manager Robert Totten 1976 as William H. White
Where's Willie? producer John Florea 1978 as William H. White
The Red Fury first assistant director Lyman Dayton 1984 as Bill White
Television
Title Episode Role Director Year Notes #
The Gong Show unknown assistant director John Dorsey
Terry Kyne
1976

References

  1. ^ Turner Classic Movies - William H. White
  2. ^ Filmweb - William White I, William Hampton White
  3. ^ Doc Horror - THE BUNNY GAME (2010) movie review
  4. ^ Imdb - William White, Biography
  5. ^ Net Studio William White
  6. ^ Lostfilm.info - Peaceful Oscar (1927)
  7. ^ Letterboxd - Here Comes Carter 1936 Directed by William Clemens
  8. ^ Keep Watching the Skies!: American Science Fiction Movies of the Fifties, Written By Bill Warren - Page 368
  9. ^ B Movie Nation - Terror of the Bloodhunters (1962)
  10. ^ BFI - Attack of the Mayan Mummy (1964)
  11. ^ The Espionage Filmography: United States Releases, 1898 through 1999, By Paul Mavis - Page 147, 715 The Human Duplicators
  12. ^ notre Cinéma - Le Frelon vert (Série TV), de 1966 à 1967, Un As qui tombe à pic (Ace in the Hole)
  13. ^ The Encyclopedia of Superheroes on Film and Television, 2d ed., By John Kenneth Muir - Page 313 The Green Hornet
  14. ^ American Film Institute - Divorce Las Vegas Style
  15. ^ Feature Films: A Directory of Feature Films on 16mm and Videotape Available for Rental, Sale, and Lease, By James L. Limbacher - Page 67
  16. ^ Imdb - Brother, Cry for Me  (1970), Full Cast & Crew
  17. ^ John Willis' Screen World, Crown Publishers, 1979 - Page 129
  18. ^ Films Into Books: An Analytical Bibliography of Film, Novelizations, Movie, and TV Tie-ins, Randall D. Larson - Page 439

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