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April 3, 1963
Jed and Granny are suspicious of a tax collector from the IRS.
Ronald F. “Ron” Hagerthy (born March 9, 1932) is a former American actor known primarily for his guest-starring and supporting roles on television westerns. In 1952, he portrayed Clipper King in the modern western series, Sky King, with Kirby Grant in the title role of Clipper’s uncle, Schuyler “Sky” King, pilot of the private airplane known as the Songbird. Gloria Winters also starred as Sky King’s niece, Penny King.
Hagerthy’s first screen role was as 19-year-old Dick Cvetic in the 1951 Warner Brothers film, I Was a Communist for the FBI. Frank Lovejoy (1912–1962) played the role of Matt Cvetic, a 39-year-old undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agent within the Communist Party United States of America. Philip Carey (1925–2009) and Paul Picerni (born 1922) were cast in the roles of Mason and Joe Cvetic, respectively. I was a Communist in the FBI subsequently inspired the syndicated television series I Led Three Lives. Hagerthy also appeared in small roles in two other 1951 films, as Minto in Force of Arms and as corporal Rick Williams, who become the romantic interest of a Hollywood starlet, played by Janice Rule, in Starlift.
John Stephenson (born August John Stephenson; August 9, 1923 in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S.) is an American actor and voice actor. He has also been credited as John Stevenson. Stephenson has never given any interviews and has rarely been seen in public.
He started his acting career in numerous television shows in the 1950s and into the 1970s, usually in small guest star roles on such shows as:
The Johnny Carson Show where Stephenson played himself but acted as a super serious news-break announcer on several episodes while Carson played the roving reporter in the sketches; On screen Stephenson wore a suit and a fedora, typical attire for the hard-boiled character often played up on early television; Carson’s series ran during 1955-1956.
Bonanza in one episode as John Henry in the episode “The Sisters” (12 December 1959).
Perry Mason in three episodes; as Ed Davenport in “The Case of the Runaway Corpse” (23 November 1957), as Grant Reynolds in “The Case of the Borrowed Brunette” (10 January 1959), and as Frank Avery in “The Case of the Gallant Grafter” (6 February 1960).
The Beverly Hillbillies, in three episodes; as Mr. Landman in “Jed Pays His Income Tax” (3 April 1963), and as Professor Robert Graham in “Cabin in Beverly Hills” (27 May 1964) and in “Jed Foils a Home Wrecker” (3 June 1964).
F Troop, in one episode, “Old Ironpants”, as General George Armstrong Custer (2 November 1965).
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., in two episodes; Major Stone in “They Shall Not Pass” (4 December 1964) and as Mr. Clark in “Sue The Pants Off ‘Em” (1 February 1967).
Hogan’s Heroes as Captain Muller in “Go Light on the Heavy Water” (12 November 1965), Professor Bauer in “The Dropouts” (27 December 1970), Major Rudel in “The Softer They Fall” (23 January 1970), Decker in “Bad Day in Berlin” (7 December 1968), Karl in “The Collector General” (9 March 1968), Felix in “One in Every Crowd” (11 November 1967), Major Kohler in “Information Please” (23 December 1966) and as an Inspector General in “Colonel Klink’s Secret Weapon” (24 March 1967).
The Millionaire in two episodes; as Doctor Cartwright in “The Irene Marshall Story” (21 January 1959), and as Chet in “The Candy Caldwell Story” (29 February 1956).
Treasury Men in Action as Agent Warwick in “The Case of the Frightened Man” (24 June 1955), as Agent Jennings in “The Case of the Perfect Gentleman” (2 June 1955), as Agent Weston in “The Case of the Man Next Door” (5 May 1955), as Agent Grant in “The Case of the Steady Hand” (21 April 1955), and as Agent Trumbull in “The Case of the Princely Pauper” (17 February 1955).
The Lone Ranger in one episode as Ranger Roy Barnett in “Dan Reid’s Fight for Life (18 November 1954).
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. as Varner in “The Never-Never Affair” (22 March 1965)
Stephenson had a small part as a man from the State Department in John Wayne’s Hellfighters.
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