National Velvet (TV series)

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National Velvet is an American drama series that originally aired from 1960 to 1962 on NBC.wikipedia
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Arthur Space

National Velvet stars Lori Martin as Velvet Brown, a girl who lives on a dairy farm with her parents, Martha (Ann Doran) and Herbert Brown (Arthur Space), an ex-jockey Mi Taylor, played by Scottish actor James McCallion (1918-1991), her brother, Donald (Joey Scott), and sister, Edwina (Carole Wells).
In 1960, Space landed the role of the practical farmer Herbert Brown in the 58-episode NBC television series National Velvet, with Lori Martin as his equestrian daughter, Velvet Brown, and Ann Doran as his wife, Martha.

Ann Doran

National Velvet stars Lori Martin as Velvet Brown, a girl who lives on a dairy farm with her parents, Martha (Ann Doran) and Herbert Brown (Arthur Space), an ex-jockey Mi Taylor, played by Scottish actor James McCallion (1918-1991), her brother, Donald (Joey Scott), and sister, Edwina (Carole Wells).
In 1960, she was cast as Martha Brown, the mother of horse rider Velvet Brown (Lori Martin) in the NBC family drama National Velvet.

Beau Bridges

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Beau Bridges
He appeared in other television series too, including National Velvet, The Fugitive, Bonanza, Mr. Novak, and The Loner.

Parley Baer

Parley Baer
He also appeared on the ABC sitcom Harrigan and Son, on the ABC/Warner Bros. crime drama, The Roaring 20s, on NBC's crime drama Dan Raven starring Skip Homeier, and on the NBC family drama, National Velvet.

Lori Martin

National Velvet stars Lori Martin as Velvet Brown, a girl who lives on a dairy farm with her parents, Martha (Ann Doran) and Herbert Brown (Arthur Space), an ex-jockey Mi Taylor, played by Scottish actor James McCallion (1918-1991), her brother, Donald (Joey Scott), and sister, Edwina (Carole Wells).
At the age of 12, Martin was the 975th young hopeful to be auditioned for the role of Velvet Brown in the NBC television version of National Velvet, the role for which she is best remembered.

National Velvet

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Based on the novel and film of the same name, the series ran for a total of fifty-eight episodes.
From 1960 to 1962, there was a half-hour B&W American television series, with Lori Martin, Ann Doran and James McCallion.

Robert L. Crawford Jr.

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Robert L. Crawford, Jr.
His television guest appearances included Walt Disney family adventure series Zorro, The Californians, The Donna Reed Show, National Velvet, Jack Webb's crime drama Dragnet, Combat!, Mr. Novak, Rawhide, Cheyenne, and Gunsmoke.

Frank Ferguson

Frank Ferguson
He guest starred on other series, including the syndicated Rescue 8, Whirlybirds, and The Everglades; NBC's The Restless Gun, Riverboat, Overland Trail, National Velvet, and Mr. Novak; ABC's The Real McCoys, The Rifleman, The Alaskans, Target: The Corruptors, The Asphalt Jungle, and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and CBS's General Electric Theater (hosted by Ronald W. Reagan), and The Texan, starring Rory Calhoun.

Richard Deacon (actor)

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Richard Deacon
He also guest starred in the NBC family drama National Velvet, and in the ABC/Warner Bros. crime drama Bourbon Street Beat, and played Mr. Whipple on The Twilight Zone in the 1964 episode "The Brain Center at Whipple's".

Harry Lauter

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Harry Lauter
Lauter also appeared on NBC's Jefferson Drum, National Velvet, and Riverboat, on CBS's Have Gun - Will Travel, with Richard Boone, and the syndicated western-themed crime drama U.S. Marshal.

Roy Barcroft

Roy Barcroft
The Internet Movie Data Base records 365 roles throughout his career, including the syndicated Sheriff of Cochise with John Bromfield, the CBS military sitcom/drama Hennesey, starring Jackie Cooper, and NBC's National Velvet, Riverboat, and Empire.

National Velvet (film)

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Based on the novel and film of the same name, the series ran for a total of fifty-eight episodes.
In 1960, the film was adapted into television series which aired on NBC.

Bill Mumy

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Bill Mumy
Among Mumy's earliest television roles was six-year-old Willy in the "Donald's Friend" (1960) episode of the NBC-TV family drama series, National Velvet, starring Lori Martin.

Emory Parnell

Emory Parnell
He was cast in an episode of the NBC family drama, National Velvet.

Don Dubbins

Don Dubbins
He was cast as Willoughby in the 1961 episode "The Efficiency Expert" of the NBC family drama, National Velvet.

Tyler McVey

Tyler McVey
Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, McVey continued guest starring in episodic television, including roles on National Velvet, My Three Sons, The Rebel, The Everglades, Bat Masterson, Death Valley Days (as cattle baron John Chisum in the 1956 episode, "Pat Garrett's Side of It," with Alex Sharp (1921-2008) as Pat Garrett and Joel Collins as Billy the Kid), Checkmate, Redigo, Ripcord, The Wild, Wild West, The F.B.I., Bonanza, Ironside, Ellery Queen, and Eight Is Enough.

Susan Seaforth Hayes

Susan Seaforth
Susan Seaforth Hayes
She guest starred in National Velvet, The Fugitive, Redigo, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., at least two appearances on My Three Sons, plus episodes of Emergency!, Adam-12, the 1967-1970 version of Dragnet, and Matlock, starring Andy Griffith.

Audrey Dalton

Audrey Dalton
National Velvet as Fiona Mulcahey (1 episode, 1961)

Sheila Kuehl

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Sheila James Kuehl
Kuehl was able to make television guest appearances on National Velvet, McHale's Navy, The Donna Reed Show, The Beverly Hillbillies, Petticoat Junction, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet, Marcus Welby, M.D. and The Ed Sullivan Show from 1963 to 1970.

Hal Smith (actor)

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Hal J. Smith
After serving in the United States Army Special Services (entertainment) during World War II, he traveled to Hollywood and appeared on many television series such as I Married Joan, Fury, The People's Choice, The Texan, Rescue 8, Dennis the Menace, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, The Donna Reed Show, National Velvet and The Red Skelton Show.

Ricky Kelman

Rickey Kelman
Ricky Kelman
In 1961, Kelman was cast in conflicting roles as John and Oliver Hadley in the episodes "The Bully" and "The Sissy", respectively, of NBC's National Velvet family drama series, starring Lori Martin as the teenaged equestrian Velvet Brown.

Darlene Gillespie

Darlene Gillespie
Her last television appearance was as Beth Brian in the 1962 episode "The Star" of the NBC family drama series National Velvet starring Lori Martin as a budding thoroughbred rider.

Joan Freeman (actress)

Joan Freeman
Joan Freeman
Freeman also made a number of guest appearances on different television shows from the 1950s through the 1980s including National Velvet, Family Affair, Gunsmoke, and Bonanza.