Hugh Beaumont's Film Credits
The Virginian (196x)
Night Passage (1957)
Hugh was also an active writer. He wrote several short stories that were published in Reader's Digest and several novels that were never published. He also wrote several screenplays.
The Mississippi Gambler (1953) A flashy gambler wagers that he can build a betting empire in seedy old New Orleans
Bugles in the Afternoon (1952) This file covers revenge, a love triangle, and the Cavalry's desperate stand at the battle of Little Big Horn.
Phone Call from a Stranger (1952) Movie about the sole survivor of a plane crash who visits the families of disaster victims met during the flight. Starring Bette Davis, Hugh Beaumont, Gary Merrill, Michael Rennie, Shelley Winters, Keenan Wynn. Won Best Screenplay award at Venice Film Festival.
Go For Broke! (1951) A tribute to the U.S. 442nd Regimental Combat Team, formed in 1943 by Presidential permission with Japanese-American volunteers.
The Last Outpost (1951) Two brothers who are not the best friends because they were fighting on different sides during the Civil War have to cooperate in order to defend themselves against an attack of Indians.
Target Unknown (1951) Movie about an American bomber squadron captured by the Germans.
Atomic Memories: (1950) Hugh Beaumont tells us we have little to fear, and then shows the horrors of Hiroshima. A film that softens some of the more death-dealing aspects of atomic warfare.
A Date With Your Family (195x) Hugh Beaumont narrates this short detailing how pleasant, unemotional conversation makes for a great dinner with your family.
The Racket Squad. (195x) This
1950’s television series, starring Reed Hadley, uses actual cases from various
big city police bunko and fraud departments. Each true life chapter tells the
story of a con man (or woman) who tries to defraud the unsuspecting public.
Precursor to Dragnet, Racket Squad features a who’s who of character actors in
supporting roles such as: Hugh Beaumont, Steve Brodie, Joy Lansing, Tony Caruso
and “Lassie’s” Jan Clayton among others.
SuperMan (195x) Was in some Superman episodes
The Adolescent (195x) starring Ida Lupino and Hugh Beaumont
Roaring City (195x)
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946)
Murder Is My Business (1946)
Objective, Burma! (1945) War story about group of solider sent to destroy Japanese radar station on Burma.
I Love a Soldier (1944)
Mr. Winkle Goes to War (1944) A henpeck husband transforms himself into a solider of respect in the Army.
Song of the Open Road (1944) Story of a fed-up child actor who joins the Crops Corp to help soldiers
The Story of Dr. Wassell (1944)
Bombardier (1943) Major Chick Davis forms a precision high-altitude bombing school for bombardiers and proves their worth
Du Barry Was a Lady (1943) Louis Blore's heart is after dancer May Daly. May isn't interested, until Loise wins the Irish Lottery.
The Fallen Sparrow (1943) Spanish Civil War prisoner, John McKittrick arrives in New York to find the truth behind the death of his friend Louie Lepetino and is chased by Nazi agents along the way.
Mexican Spitfire's Blessed Event (1943)
The Seventh Victim (1943) Val Lewton's moody production about a girl (Kim Hunter) who encounters a devil cult while looking for her sister (Jean Brooks). Tom Conway, Hugh Beaumont.
Wake Island (1942) In November 1941, Major Caton takes command of the small Marine garrison on Wake Island.
Forbidden Passage (1941) This entry in MGM's series of shorts, "Crime Doesn't Pay", features the U.S. Department of Immigration's efforts to halt the smuggling of illegal aliens into the country.
Unfinished Business (1941) Romances of a small town girl who initially falls in love with a playboy, and latter settles down with Mr. Right.
Panama Menace. (1941) Hugh Beaumont has a small role.
You, the People (1940) This entry in MGM's series of shorts, "Crime Doesn't Pay", features a big city crime boss's attempt to use his crime "machine" to fraudulently win re-election for the current corrupt mayor
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