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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This page was last edited on 18 Septemberat In fact, it was not until the last decade of his directorial career until he specialized in them. With the producer Harry Sherman he made several Hopalong Cassidy oaters.
Later he was also one of the principal directors of Gene Autry 's Flying A Productionsat which he made several episodes for such weekly television series as Buffalo Bill Jr. At the time of his death inArchainbaud had taken a position as director of the new Rory Calhoun western series, The Texana highly fictionalized account of the gunfighter Bill Longleywho was hanged in Calhoun's Longley, however, is a kindly person who travels through the Old West with a willingness to help the downtrodden in struggles with the lawless element.George Archainbaud
Kenton and Edward Ludwig. In he married actress Katherine Johnston —whose last film was The Flapper From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Maunder returned to Los Angeleswhere he secured his first screen role under his real name: Custer in the eponymous 20th Century Fox production. He grew a moustache to accompany his long blonde hair for the part of the American Indian Wars icon. The short-lived series, which took over The Monroes time slot, involved many stunts and difficult parts,  but was quickly defeated by The Virginianand Lost in Space on CBS, and dropped from the ABC schedule by the end of The fictitious Scott Lancer was born in California, but reared in BostonMassachusettsby his maternal grandfather, Harlan Garrett.
He spent time in a Confederate States of America prisoner of war camp. By contrast to Scott, Johnny Lancer, played by James Stacy, Scott's half-brother, was born to a Mexican woman and had been a gunslinger under the name "Johnny Madrid" for several years before he attempted to settle down on the family's Lancer ranch.
As the educated older son of Andrew Duggan's patriarchial figure of Murdoch Lancer, Maunder wore short hair and removed the moustache from his Custer role. Like CusterLancer was a 20th Century Fox production and also required action scenes and horseback-riding.
Maunder appeared as attorney Mike Barrett in the 20th Century Fox film The Seven Minutesa drama about a banned book and a rape which created chaos in a town. FlippenHarold J. Stoneand Tom Selleck.