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Jack Mullaney has built an incredible presence on the big screen throughout his acting career. Mullaney's earliest roles were in film, including "Kiss Them For Me" (1957) with Cary Grant, the James MacArthur dramatic adaptation "The Young Stranger" (1957) and "South Pacific" (1958) with Rossano Brazzi. He also appeared in the Robert Wagner dramatic adaptation "All the Fine Young Cannibals" (1960), "The Absent-Minded Professor" (1961) with Fred MacMurray and the Steve McQueen comedy adaptation "The Honeymoon Machine" (1961). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the sixties, appearing in "Seven Days in May" (1964), "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine" (1965) and the musical comedy "Tickle Me" (1965) with Elvis Presley. He also appeared in "Spinout" (1966). He also played parts in television during these years, including roles in "My Living Doll" (CBS, 1964-65) and "It's About Time" (CBS, 1966-67). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the dramedy "Little Big Man" (1970) with Dustin Hoffman, "George!" (1972) and the Richard Widmark drama "When the Legends Die" (1972). He also appeared in the comedic adaptation "Where Does It Hurt?" (1972) with Peter Sellers....

Jack Mullaney has built an incredible presence on the big screen throughout his acting career. Mullaney's earliest roles were in film, including "Kiss Them For Me" (1957) with Cary Grant, the James MacArthur dramatic adaptation "The Young Stranger" (1957) and "South Pacific" (1958) with Rossano Brazzi. He also appeared in the Robert Wagner dramatic adaptation "All the Fine Young Cannibals" (1960), "The Absent-Minded Professor" (1961) with Fred MacMurray and the Steve McQueen comedy adaptation "The Honeymoon Machine" (1961). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the sixties, appearing in "Seven Days in May" (1964), "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine" (1965) and the musical comedy "Tickle Me" (1965) with Elvis Presley. He also appeared in "Spinout" (1966). He also played parts in television during these years, including roles in "My Living Doll" (CBS, 1964-65) and "It's About Time" (CBS, 1966-67). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the dramedy "Little Big Man" (1970) with Dustin Hoffman, "George!" (1972) and the Richard Widmark drama "When the Legends Die" (1972). He also appeared in the comedic adaptation "Where Does It Hurt?" (1972) with Peter Sellers. He also was featured in the TV movie "Love, Hate, Love" (ABC, 1970-71). Mullaney more recently acted in the Walter Matthau musical "Little Miss Marker" (1980).

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 Undertow (1991) William Gary
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 Hollywood Detective, The (1989) Mike Maglin
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 Body Count (1988) Ralph Duris
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 Who Gets the Friends? (1988) Charlie Greene
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 Check Is in the Mail, The (1986) Harry Danvers
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 Census Taker, The (1984) George
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