Farewell, Harry Morgan

With more than 150 credits dating back to 1942, Harry Morgan, who passed away this morning, was a superb talent, someone who drew you in no matter the setting. No tribute could do him justice, but here are just a few highlights:

With Henry Fonda in 1943’s “The Ox-Bow Incident”

“Pete & Gladys,” 1962

Talking about “Dragnet”


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  1. A long life, a long career. Rest in Peace, Harry.
    Steve Belgard
    Denver, CO

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