Paul Langton

Paul Langton (April 17, 1913, Salt Lake City, Utah –, Burbank, California) was an American actor perhaps best known for his role as Leslie Harrington on the television series Peyton Place.wikipedia
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The Incredible Shrinking Man

Incredible Shrinking Man1957 film
Later, Langton was seen in character parts or supporting roles in such films as The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957).

Peyton Place (TV series)

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Paul Langton (April 17, 1913, Salt Lake City, Utah –, Burbank, California) was an American actor perhaps best known for his role as Leslie Harrington on the television series Peyton Place.
Rodney is startled to find his father, Leslie (Paul Langton), in a passionate embrace with his secretary, Julie Anderson (Kasey Rogers), the mother of Rodney's girlfriend, Betty (Barbara Parkins).

Leslie Harrington

Paul Langton (April 17, 1913, Salt Lake City, Utah –, Burbank, California) was an American actor perhaps best known for his role as Leslie Harrington on the television series Peyton Place.
Paul Langton played the role in the television series.

The Snow Creature

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The Snow Creature is a 1954 science fiction-horror film movie produced and directed by W. Lee Wilder for Planet Filmplays Inc., written by Myles Wilder, and starring Paul Langton.

Fighting Back (1948 film)

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The film stars Paul Langton, Jean Rogers, Gary Gray, Joe Sawyer, Morris Ankrum and John Kellogg.

The Hidden Eye

The film stars Edward Arnold, Frances Rafferty, Ray Collins, Paul Langton, William 'Bill' Phillips and Thomas E. Jackson.

For You I Die

For You I Die is a 1947 American film noir directed by John Reinhardt and featuring Cathy Downs, Paul Langton, Mischa Auer and Roman Bohnen.

Murder Is My Beat

Murder Is My Beat is a 1955 film noir mystery film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer starring Paul Langton, Barbara Payton and Robert Shayne.

The Cosmic Man

Both USAF Col. Matthews (Paul Langton) and Dr. Karl Sorenson (Bennett), an astrophysist at the nearby Pacific Institute of Technology (PIT), are called to the scene.

Trouble Preferred

Trouble Preferred is a 1948 American thriller film directed by James Tinling, written by Arnold Belgard, and starring Peggy Knudsen, Lynne Roberts, Charles Russell, Paul Langton, Marcia Mae Jones and Mary Bear.

The Brighter Day

Brighter Day
Langton began appearing on television in 1951 in a series called The Web; his first regular role being that of Walter Dennis on the daytime series The Brighter Day.
In the final episode, actor Paul Langton addressed the viewers in character as Uncle Walter, wrapping up the storylines and explaining how the characters would resolve their problems.

To Hell and Back (film)

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Danger (TV series)

Danger
The show featured many actors including Leslie Nielsen, E.G. Marshall, Joseph Anthony, Edward Binns, John Cassavetes, Míriam Colón, Ben Gazzara, Grace Kelly, Richard Kiley, Walter Slezak, Hildy Parks, James Gregory, Paul Langton, Cloris Leachman, Jayne Meadows, Martin Ritt, Maria Riva, Lee Grant, Kim Stanley, Rod Steiger, Steve Allen, Anne Bancroft, Jacqueline Susann, Walter Matthau, and Leo Penn.