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Term: Hunter, Jeffrey 1926 - 1969

Definition: Actor, producer; Moved to Milwaukee, WI in 1930. Real name Henry Herman McKinnies, Jr; Films Include: Super Colt 38, ˇVIVA AMÉRICA!, The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell, Sexy Susan Sins Again (aka Frau Wirtin hat auch einen Grafen), Find a Place to Die (aka Joe! Cercati un posto per morire), A Guide for the Married Man, A Witch Without a Broom (aka Una Bruja sin escoba), Custer of the West, Joe Navidad, Dimension 5, Strange Portrait, Brainstorm (1965), Uncle Tom's Cabin (aka Onkel Toms Hütte, Murieta (aka Joaquin Murrieta), The Man From Galveston, Gold for Caesars, No Man is an Island (aka Island Escape), The Longest Day, King of Kings, Man-Trap, Key Witness, Gergeant Rutledge, Hell to Eternity, Ciudad sagrada, La, Count Five and Die, In Love and War, The Last Hurrah, Mardi Gras, No Down Payment, The True Story of Jesse James, The Way to the Gold, The Searchers, The Great Locomotive Chase, Gun for a Coward, A Kiss Before Dying (1956), The Proud Ones, Seven Angry Men, Seven Cities of Gold, White Feather, Princess of the nile, Three Young Texans, Sailor of the King, Belles on Their Toes, Breamboat, Lure of the Wilderness, Red Skies of Montana, Call Me Mister, Fourteen Hours, The Frogmen, Take Care of My Little Girl, Julius Caesar; Television Series: Star Trek. (Hunter portrayed Capt. Christopher Pike - The original Captain of the Enterprise -- in the two part pilot. Jeffrey turned down his option to continue with the series. This pilot was later incorporated into the first season as episodes 1.11 & 1.12.); Episodic: Insight, The F.B.I., The Monroes, The Green Hornet, Daniel Boone, Star Trek, The Legend of Jesse James, Kraft Suspense Theatre, Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, Combat!, Death Valley Days, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Checkmate, Pursuit, You Asked for It, Climax!, The 20th Century-Fox Hour, The George Gobel Show. 

[Source: Wisconsin Film Office (filmwisconsin.org)]
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