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After working steadily on television since her 1954 debut on "Death Valley Days," Angie Dickinson would rise to film stardom with her role in Howard Hawks' Rio Bravo in 1959, the year before she starred in The Unfinished Task. In 1960 she would also star in the classic Ocean's 11, playing the wife of Frank Sinatra. Decades of roles would follow with notable performances in fine productions including Captain Newman, M.D. (1963), The Killers (1964), The Chase (1966) and Point Blank (1967). Her role as Pepper Anderson in television's Police Woman won her two Golden Globe Awards and was the first hit hour drama with a female star. Decades of memorable roles on the small screen earned her a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. Co-star Ray Collins, an Orson Welles' Mercury Theater troupe graduate, had significant roles in Citizen Kane (1941) and The Magnificent Ambersons (1942), but is best remembered for his role as Lt. Tragg on TV's "Perry Mason" series.
BONUS: THE GREAT ADVENTURE: Edward Arnold, in his final screen appearance, teaches Jim Backus eveything you could could possibly want to know about the Rotary Club, the organization still involved in making the world a better place to this very day. Stars Edward Arnold, Jim Backus, Lyle Talbot; directed by Harold Schuster.