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Gene Nelson Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

GENE NELSON
Born: March 24, 1920 in Seattle, Washington
Died: September 16, 1996 in Los Angeles, California
Biography | show moreshow less
Gene Nelson (1920-1996), an actor, director and screenwriter, appeared on both stage and screen. He earned a Tony Award nomination for Follies and won the Golden Globe as Most Promising Newcomer (1951) for his role in Tea for Two. In all, he appeared in some 25 plus films, the last being S.O.B. (1981). Nelson directed a number of films, including the Elvis Presley vehicles Kissin' Cousins (1963) and Harum Scarum (1965), and the TV series The Rifleman, The Donna Reed Show and Mod Squad.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1979 Salvage 1 (Director), 1977 The San Pedro Beach Bums (Director), 1976 McNaughton's Daughter (Director), 1975 The Invisible Man (Director), 1975 Starsky and Hutch (Director), 1974 Get Christie Love! (Director), 1973-1974 Cannon (Director), 1973 Ironside (Director), 1970-1971 Dan August (Director), 1967-1970 The F.B.I. (Director), 1967 12 O'Clock High (Director), 1965 Tammy (Director), 1962-1965 The Donna Reed Show (Director), 1964 Destry (Director), 1964 Archie (Director), 1981 S.O.B. (Performer), 1974 The Streets of San Francisco (Performer), 1973 A Brand New Life (Performer), 1973 Circle of Fear (Performer), 1962 Follow the Sun (Performer), 1961 The Purple Hills (Performer), 1961 The Detectives (Performer), 1960 Shangri-La (Performer), 1960 Black Saddle (Performer), 1958 Kraft Theatre (Performer), 1956 Schlitz Playhouse (Performer), 1954-1955 Shower of Stars (Performer), 1955 So This Is Paris (Performer), 1954 The Colgate Comedy Hour (Performer), 1953 Three Sailors and a Girl (Performer), 1939 Second Fiddle (Performer), 1955 So This Is Paris (Other), 1997 The 69th Annual Academy Awards (in person), 1956 The Steve Allen Plymouth Show (in person), 1956 The Dinah Shore Show (in person), 1956 The Rosemary Clooney Show (in person), 1959 The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna (Performer), 1953 Screen Snapshots: Hollywood's Great Entertainers (in person), 1978/I Disco Fever (Sound), 1974 Barnaby Jones (Director), 1973-1974 The Rookies (Director), 1967 Iron Horse (Director), 1967 Cowboy in Africa (Director), 1965 I Dream of Jeannie (Director), 1965 Gilligan's Island (Director), 1963-1965 The Farmer's Daughter (Director), 1964 Burke's Law (Director), 1964 Vacation Playhouse (Director), 1987 Murder, She Wrote (Performer), 1972 Family Flight (Performer), 1963 77 Sunset Strip (Performer), 1961 20,000 Eyes (Performer), 1959-1960 Gunsmoke (Performer), 1959 Rawhide (Performer), 1957 The Kaiser Aluminum Hour (Performer), 1956 Climax! (Performer), 1955 Oklahoma! (Performer), 1955 The Best of Broadway (Performer), 1954 Crime Wave (Performer), 1953 She's Back on Broadway (Performer), 1951 Lullaby of Broadway (Performer), 1950 Tea for Two (Performer), 1947 I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (Performer), 1943 This Is the Army (Performer), 1939 Everything Happens at Night (Performer), 1951 Lullaby of Broadway (Other), 1950 Tea for Two (Other), 1950 Tea for Two (Writer), 1994 Golden Globes 50th Anniversary Celebration (in person), 1971 The Mike Douglas Show (in person), 1960 The Garry Moore Show (in person), 1953-1955 The Colgate Comedy Hour (in person), 1953 The Bob Hope Show (in person), 1949-1953 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1997 20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years (Other), 1980 The Earthling (Sound), 1979 Son-Rise: A Miracle of Love (Sound), 1980 Dan August: The Jealousy Factor (Director), 1970 ITV Sunday Night Theatre (Performer), 1955 General Electric Theater (Performer), 1972 The 26th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1985 That's Dancing! (Other), 1979 Fantasy Island (Director), 1979 Shirley (Director), 1979 Eischied (Director), 1973 The Letters (Director), 1970 The Silent Force (Director), 1969 Hawaii Five-O (Director), 1966 F Troop (Director), 1965 Harum Scarum (Director), 1964 Your Cheatin' Heart (Director), 1964 The Reporter (Director), 1963 Hootenanny Hoot (Director), 1962 Hand of Death (Director), 1961-1962 The Rifleman (Director), 1982 Fantasy Island (Performer), 1963-1964 Burke's Law (Performer), 1963 Thunder Island (Performer), 1960 Men Into Space (Performer), 1960 Philip Marlowe (Performer), 1959 The Millionaire (Performer), 1959 Have Gun - Will Travel (Performer), 1959 Northwest Passage (Performer), 1958 Maverick (Performer), 1956 Matinee Theatre (Performer), 1956 Celebrity Playhouse (Performer), 1955 The Ford Television Theatre (Performer), 1955 Studio One in Hollywood (Performer), 1952 She's Working Her Way Through College (Performer), 1951 Painting the Clouds with Sunshine (Performer), 1950 The West Point Story (Performer), 1948 Apartment for Peggy (Performer), 1947 Gentleman's Agreement (Performer), 1967 Dateline: Hollywood (in person), 1953 Your Show of Shows (in person), Shower of Stars (Other), 1979 Operation Petticoat (Director), 1979 The Bad News Bears (Director), 1978 Quincy M.E. (Director), 1968-1971 Mod Squad (Director), 1969 Wake Me When the War Is Over (Director), 1968 Lancer (Director), 1967-1968 Felony Squad (Director), 1968 Star Trek (Director), 1967 The Cool Ones (Director), 1967 Laredo (Director), 1966 Where's Everett (Director), 1964 The Andy Griffith Show (Director), 1964 Kissin' Cousins (Director), 1962 Have Gun - Will Travel (Director), 1968 Mod Squad (Performer), 1967 Ironside (Performer), 1960 Tom, Dick and Harry (Performer), 1960 Law of the Plainsman (Performer), 1959 Alcoa Theatre (Performer), 1959 Bat Masterson (Performer), 1956 Chevron Hall of Stars (Performer), 1955 The Way Out (Performer), 1955 The Atomic Man (Performer), 1950 The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (Performer), 1948 The Walls of Jericho (Performer), 1967 The Cool Ones (Writer), 1964 Kissin' Cousins (Writer), 1964 Kissin' Cousins (Producer), 1969 Wake Me When the War Is Over (Producer), 1971-1972 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (in person), 1971 The David Frost Show (in person), 1959-1962 The Bell Telephone Hour (in person), 1951 Starlift (in person)
Theater Credits
Good News - Performer (December 23, 1974 - January 4, 1975), Follies - Performer (April 4, 1971 - July 1, 1972), Lend an Ear - Performer (December 16, 1948 - January 21, 1950), This Is the Army - Performer (July 4, 1942 - September 26, 1942)

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