Frank Ferguson Movies and Career Information

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Dec 25, 1899


Frank Ferguson (born December 25, 1899, Ferndale, California — died September 12, 1978, Los Angeles) was an American character actor with hundreds of appearances in both film and television. Perhaps his best known role was as the ranch handyman, Gus Broeberg, on the CBS television series, My Friend Flicka, based on a novel of the same name. He appeared with Gene Evans, Johnny Washbrook, and Anita Louise. At this time, Ferguson also portrayed the Calverton veterinarian in the first several seasons of CBS's Lassie. He played three different characters on The Andy Griffith Show, two different characters on Petticoat Junction, four different characters on Bonanza, four different characters on Perry Mason, and four different characters on Maverick. He guest starred on other series, including NBC's Overland Trail, ABC's Target: The Corruptors!, ABC's Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, twice on CBS's General Electric Theater, hosted by Ronald W. Reagan, and twice in 1956 as Henry Murdock on the syndicated western-themed crime drama Sheriff of Cochise. He appeared on all three of Rod Cameron's crime series, City Detective, (1955), State Trooper (1957) and COronado 9 (1960), Leave it to Beaver

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