Bill Schallert later went on to fame with Patty Duke's show and even the "Nancy Drew" show in the late 70's. Warren Beatty hit the jackpot with "Bonny and Clyde".
Yep. He and Patty were also both SAG Presidents. Another irony is that Jean Byron, who played the mother on "The Patty Duke Show," also briefly played one of Dobie's high school teachers. The small world of the sitcom.
I dunno. I think he hit the jackpot with Annette Bening.
One of the great character actors, ever. He went from things like The Patty Duke Show to Wild Wild West and on to Collossus: The Forbin Project (playing Donald Rumsfeld, just 30 years early). I will always remember fondly the recurring character he played on Get Smart, the very ancient "Admiral," or some such title. The character was the doddering old retired director of CONTROL who would fill in for The Chief when he was away from the spy agency. The best running gag was when he'd use a pointer to reach for a map and be just a bit too far way. "Oh Dear" he would mumble, as he surrendered to gravity.
And, except for the obvious heavy makeup of that character, he always looked to be about 50. Even when he was probably 32. what's scary is he still looked 50, last time I saw him. Dorian Grey, your pictures are ready.
Denver received his draft notice during the first year into the show but was rejected due to a neck injury. So Denver returned to the show