David Janssen ~ Many Roles ~ Many Faces ~ Many Memories ~ A Stellar Career.

DAVID JANSSEN began his career at age Fourteen.  In a career that spanned Thirty-four years, he appeared or Starred in Forty-four Feature films, Twenty-one Made-For-Television Movies, Four Television series of his own, and countless Guest Star Appearances in other Television series, Variety Shows and Talk Shows.  He also was very active in Charitable Causes.  Here you will see the many roles and many faces of DAVID JANSSEN.

Featured are Thirty-One  MOVIES, CLIPS and TV SERIES  DAVID JANSSEN starred in from 1952 to 1980.

I am still working on the Video and Still Photo Collage page, so check in often.  At the very bottom of this page, for Copyright reasons I must direct you to click on the Google Image Search page for some wonderful photos of the many faces of David Janssen.  I want to thank PATRICIA BOOKS, a devoted fan of Dave’s for her meticulous research and help to me in making this page a moving tribute to DAVID JANSSEN.

BONZO GOES TO COLLEGE  FEATURING DAVID JANSSEN (1952)

 

NO ROOM FOR THE GROOM STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1956)

 

     BACK AT THE FRONT – AN EARLY (ADULT) DAVID JANSSEN APPEARANCE (1952)

 

UNTAMED FRONTIER STARRING JOSEPH COTTEN, SCOTT BRADY, SHELLY        WINTERS & DAVID JANSSEN (1955)

 

TO HELL AND BACK – STARRING AUDIE MURPHY, DAVID JANSSEN (1955)

Note:  I saw this movie when it was released (I was 12 years old)  True Story of AUDIE MURPHY.  I did not know David Janssen then, but in retrospect, I remembered him as being a good actor.  I think his having been fresh out of the Army, his Basic Training made him a more believable Combat Soldier. – Mike Phelps

FRANCIS IN THE NAVY STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1955)

 

CULT OF THE COBRA – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1955)

 

FRANCIS IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1956)

 

NEVER WAVE GOODBYE STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1956)

 

THE SQUARE JUNGLE STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1956)

 

ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1955)

 

AWAY ALL BOATS STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1956)

 

SHOWDOWN AT ABILENE FEATURING DAVID JANSSEN (1956)

 

LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE STARRING TAB HUNTER & DAVID JANSSEN (1958)

 

RING OF FIRE STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1961)

 

WHERE IT’S AT STARRING DAVID JANSSEN & ROSEMARY FORSYTH (1969)

Note:  I loved this movie, and it was LOVE at FIRST SIGHT for Dave and Rosemary,  I was honored that Dave introduced my girlfriend (Joanne) and I to Rosemary at a dinner in New York City,

THE LONGEST NIGHT STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1972)

 

PIONEER WOMAN – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1973)

 

BIRDS OF PREY – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1973)

 

HIJACK – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1973)

 

FER – DE – LANCE STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1974)

 

THE SWISS CONSPIRACY STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1976)

THE PRISONER IN THE MIDDLE STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1977)

 

STALK THE WILD CHILD – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1976)

 

MAYDAY AT 40,000 FEET – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1976)

 

A SENSITIVE, PASSIONATE MAN – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1977)

 

THE GOLDEN RENDEZVOUS STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1977)

 

    COVERT ACTION STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1978)

 

NOWHERE TO RUN STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1978)

 

SUPER DOME – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1978

 

THE WORD – NARRATED BY DAVID JANSSEN  (1978)

 

CENTENNIAL – TWELVE EPISODES

NARRATED BY DAVID JANSSEN  (1978)
EPISODE 12 STARS DAVID JANSSEN and LES LANNOM

 

 

 

S. O. S. TITANIC – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1979)

 

THE GOLDEN GATE MURDERS – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN (1979)

 

HIGH ICE – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1980)

 

CITY IN FEAR – STARRING DAVID JANSSEN  (1980)

 

INCHON  STARRING LAURENCE OLIVER, JACQULINE BISSET, DAVID JANSSEN (1980)

Note: Although filming of INCHON was completed, it had not been released in theaters, and it is my understanding that David Janssen’s scenes were CUT.  There is a tribute to him at the end of the film.

 

AND NOW . . . 

DAVID JANSSEN BECOMES THE FUGITIVE

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AFTER FOUR LONG, ARDUOUS YEARS . . . EXONERATED . . .  

“DR. RICHARD KIMBLE” CHANGES HIS NAME AND BECOMES THE

HUNTER AS

“HARRY O”

 

 

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7 thoughts on “David Janssen ~ Many Roles ~ Many Faces ~ Many Memories ~ A Stellar Career.

  1. Hazel Renton

    Great movies by a great actor. David Janssen was a man of many talents but his portrayal of Richard Kimble in The Fugitive was his masterpiece and my favorite.

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