John Baragrey (Actor)

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(04-15-1918 - 08-04-1975) Age 57

John Baragrey was a "tall dark and handsome" Hollywood and Broadway actor. He found steady work on TV Soaps but les success in film. He shared the stage with a number of popular leading ladies, including Rita Hayworth, Jane Wyman, Jane Powell, Anne Bancroft, Judith Anders and Bette Davis.

 

 

 

 

 

He appeared in the following 4 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
01/13/1974 0008 Cold Storage A man finds out that his believed to be dead mother is still living and unleashes a Machiavellian plan to acquire her wealth and property - by shutting her away in the basement.
02/09/1974 0034 The Deadly Hour A self-doubting man is nearly driven to insanity by the infidelity of his wife and stops speaking. Years later in a counselling session, he admits to having confined the adulterous pair in a cavern and hear them meet their death
03/20/1974 0060 The Ghost at the Gate A ghostly, two-timing tale of romance where a man continues his affair with his wife and his mistress - even beyond death.
05/07/1974 0087 The Suicide Club Russian roulette, anyone? A high stake gambler finds the game getting the better of him as his new club demands him to murder someone, or choose suicide.


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John Baragrey (15 April 1918 – 4 August 1975) was an American film, television, and stage actor who appeared in virtually every dramatic television series of the 1950s and early 1960s. On stage, in films, and especially on television, he teamed up with many of the leading ladies of the era, including Rita Hayworth, Jane Wyman, Jane Powell, Anne Bancroft, Judith Anderson, Tallulah Bankhead, Delores del Rio, and Bette Davis Some of the TV shows he appeared on were Westinghouse Studio One, ABC Stage 67, The United States Steel Hour, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, General Electric Theater, Robert Montgomery Presents, The Secret Storm, Dark Shadows, and Hallmark Hall of Fame Some of the films he appeared in were The Creeper (1948), The Loves of Carmen (1948), Swiss Tour (1949), Shockproof (1949), The Fugitive Kind (1960), The Potting Shed (1961), and Gammera the Invincible (1966). On Stage he appeared in The Enchanted (1950), Pride's Crossing (1950), One Eye Closed (1954), The Devils (1965), The Grass Harp (1971) and Murderous Angels (1972)

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