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Stacy keach

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Stacy Keach, Sr - Film and television actor, he appeared in over 100 films and countless television shows and commercials. He was the father of actors, Stacy Keach and James Keach. Big Wednesday, Stacy Keach, Famous Tombstones, Memorial Markers, Dr Quinn, Cemetery Decorations, Ali Baba, Famous Graves, The Lone Ranger

Stacy Keach, Sr - Film and television actor, he appeared in over 100 films and countless television shows and commercials. He was the father of actors, Stacy Keach and James Keach.

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Stacy Keach he played Mike Hammer on TV, he also was Julien Mistral in Mistral's daughter among other great roles he played Stacy Keach, Silver Foxes, Daughter, Celebrity, Portraits, Hollywood, Memories, Tv, Face

Stacy Keach he played Mike Hammer on TV, he also was Julien Mistral in Mistral's daughter among other great roles he played 02.06.1941

Stacy Keach, Sr., was the stage name of Walter Stacy Keach (May 29, 1914 – February 13, 2003), an American actor whose screen career spanned six decades. Keach is probably best known for his role as Carlson in the NBC sitcom, Get Smart. In 1965 he appeared on Perry Mason in the role of the trial court judge in "The Case of the Cheating Chancellor." Stacy Keach, Perry Mason, Court Judge, February 13, Stage Name, American Actors, Trials, Cheating, Career

Stacy Keach, Sr., was the stage name of Walter Stacy Keach (May 29, 1914 – February 13, 2003), an American actor whose screen career spanned six decades. Keach is probably best known for his role as Carlson in the NBC sitcom, Get Smart. In 1965 he appeared on Perry Mason in the role of the trial court judge in "The Case of the Cheating Chancellor."