RANDY BOONE

Although I do not have all of the information on Randy Boone available at this time, I do have some general information regarding his birth, hometown, and filmography. As soon as I can get additional material it will be posted. We are hopefully going to get an interview with him soon. Thanks for viewing and thanks for your patience.

Randy Boon was born on January 17, 1942 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. His filmography spanned from the 1950's to the 1980's. I personally remember watching him in the early 1960's on Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone" in an episode entitled, "7th is Made up of Phantoms" (episode#5.10, aired on 12/6/1963), when he and two fellow National Guardsmen (one of who was "Mobeetie", Warren Oates) went back in time to join Custer's unseen 7th Cavalry in the "Battle of the Little Big Horn." This was one of those typical Twilight Zone episodes that really made you visualize what was taking place, as you would only see things like the Indian tee pees, a horse, or possibly hear the sounds of soldiers and Indians at battle in the far distance. In fact, Randy Boone wound up being shot in the back by an unseen assailants arrow just before he and his comrades went into their final story ending battle.


The following is a listing of Randy Boone's filmography:

1. Wild Pair, The (1987) Farkas..aka "Devil's Odds, The" (1987).
2. Dr. Minx (1975) Brian Thomas.
3. Savages (1974) (TV) Deputy Dickie Haycroft.
4. Terminal Island (1973) Easy.
5. Backtrack! (1969) Randy (this was the kick-off from the popular NBC western series "The Virginian" and television pilot to "Laredo" which starred Peter Brown, William Smith, Neville Brand, and Philip Carey).
6. "Cimarron Strip" (1967) as Francis Wilde.
7. Hondo and the Apaches (1967) as Sean Gallagher.
8. Country Boy (1966) as Link Byrd Jr., aka, "Here Comes That Nashville Sound".
9. Hanged Man, The (1964) (TV) The Boy.
10. "Virginian, The" (1962) Randy Benton aka, "Men From Shiloh, The" (1970) new title.
11 "It's a Man's World" (1962) Vern Hodges.


Televison guest appearances:

1. "Gunsmoke" (1955) the episode "Busters, The" (episode #20.22) CBS Television.
2. "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" (1974) as "Jean the Fiddler" in the episode "Spanish Moss Murders, The" (episode #1.9) 12/6/1974, ABC Television.
3. "Emergency!" (1972) in episode "Body Language" (episode #3.12) 12/8/1973.
4. "Fugitive, The" (1963) as "Benjy" in episode "Come Watch Me Die" (episode #1.17) 1/21/1964.
5. "Twilight Zone, The" (1959) as "McCluskey" in episode "7th is Made up of Phantoms, The" (episode #5.10) 12/6/1963.
6. "Wagon Train" (1957) in episode "Eli Bancroft Story, The" (episode #7.9) 11/11/1963.
7. "Wagon Train" (1957) in episode "Robert Harrison Clarke Story, The" (episode#7.5) 10/14/1963.
8. "Wagon train" (1957) in episode "David Garner Story, The" (episode #6.33) 5/8/1963.


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