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  • In the show's 1960 episode "So Young the Savage Land", she played Beth Brayden, who becomes disillusioned with her rancher-husband Jim (John Dehner) when he turns to violence to protect their property.Claudette Colbert-Wikipedia
  • Doris Martin, still working for Today's World, now has a new editor, Cy Bennett, played by character actor John Dehner, and she is now a full-time staff writer, and later an associate editor.The Doris Day Show-Wikipedia
  • There he murders the boy's father (John Dehner), a Doberman pinscher breeder, and waits for Lieberman, who is on his way to the farm to warn Mr. Wheelock of Mengele's intention to kill him.The Boys from Brazil (film)-Wikipedia
  • Burning for revenge, Moreau seeks out de Maynes' fencing instructor, Doutreval (John Dehner), and trains diligently in secret for weeks, while also performing with the troupe.Scaramouche (1952 film)-Wikipedia
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  • John Dehner (a regular on the radio series version of Gunsmoke) played Paladin, and Ben Wright usually (but not always) played Hey Boy.Have Gun – Will Travel-Wikipedia

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