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Vaughn Taylor (actor) - Career
... In his many television appearances, Taylor was cast as Julian Tyler in the 1957 episode "The Chess Player" of the CBS crime drama, Richard Diamond, Private Detective, starring David Janssen ... He appeared too in several episodes of CBS's Twilight Zone, including the role of the salesman in the episode" I Sing the Body Electric" ... He also appeared in "Time Enough at Last", "Still Valley", "The Incredible World of Horace Ford" and "The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross" ...
Dub Taylor - Career
... A vaudeville performer, Taylor made his film debut in 1938, playing cheerful ex-football captain Ed Carmichael in Frank Capra's You Can't Take It with You ... The following year, Taylor appeared in The Taming of the West, in which he originated the character of "Cannonball," a role he continued to play for the next ten years, in over fifty films ... That partnership lasted through ten films, but Taylor left after the first one, carrying his "Cannonball" character over to a new series with Russell "Lucky" Hayden ...
Rip Taylor - Career - Television/film Career
... After serving a stint in the Army, Taylor appeared in two episodes of The Monkees television series in 1968 ... Throughout the 1970s Rip Taylor was a frequent celebrity guest panelist on game shows such as Hollywood Squares, To Tell the Truth, and The Gong Show, and substituted for Charles Nelson Reilly on ... In addition, Taylor was also a regular on The Brady Bunch Hour, playing a role of neighbor / performer Jack Merrill ...
Queen (band) - In Other Media - Film and Television
... Since featuring in Grosse Pointe Blank in 1997, "Under Pressure" has appeared in a number of comedies, such as 40 Days and 40 Nights in 2002 and Ben Stiller's 2007 film The ... On 11 April 2006, Brian May and Roger Taylor appeared on the American singing contest television show American Idol ... Songs which appeared on the show included "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Fat Bottomed Girls", "The Show Must Go On", "Who Wants to Live Forever", and "Innuendo" ...

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