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Ward Bond: An excellent character actor who enjoyed a long, successful career. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Ward Bond: An excellent character actor who enjoyed a long, successful career. He was a close friend of John Wayne and the two made several films together. Bond specialized in the tough, crusty character trying to hide a  caring heart of gold. His final success was starring in the TV series "Wagon Train."

Ward Bond: character actor who specialized in crusty characters trying to hide a caring heart. His final success was in TV series "Wagon Train.

Ward Bond, American actor--so well known to Baby Boomers for his role as the wagon master in TV's weekly series of "Wagon Train"

Ward Bond

Ward Bond is the all-time character actor champ and starred in over 200 movies in his career including Gone With The Wind, The Maltese Falcon and It's A Wonderful Life. In fact he holds several Hollywood distinctions. Many John Wayne movies.

Ward Bond was an American film actor who appeared in many movies of Hollywood's Golden Age, always in a supporting role. It was not until late in his career that he achieved stardom ironically on television as the wagon-master Major Seth Adams in 'Wagon Train'.

A biography and filmography of Ward Bond, who became a television star on 'Wagon Train' after a prolific career as a supporting actor during the early years of Hollywood's Golden Age.

Ward Bond as the bus driver in It Happened One Night....what a great career!

Ward Bond as the bus driver in It Happened One Night.what a great career!

Robert Horton, an actor who was most well-known for starring on television Westerns including "Wagon Train," has died. Horton, who was 91, died March 9 at a clinic in Los Angeles, California. No cause of death was available. From 1957 to 1962, Horton played Flint McCullough on "Wagon Train" alongside Ward Bond. After he left the show, he pursued a successful career in musical theater, most notably "110 in the Shade," an adaptation of N. Richard Nash's play "The Rainmaker." Horton returned…

Obituary, funeral and service information for Robert Horton from Encino, California.

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Ward Bond  Wardell Edwin Bond born in Benkelman, Nebraska (April 9, 1903 — November 5, 1960) was an American character actor of film and television. His career spanned over three decades in over 270 film and television credits. He was successful in both bit parts and major supporting roles.

Birthday Remembrance, Ward Bond Wardell Edwin Bond born in Benkelman, Nebraska (April 1903 — November was an American character actor of.

John Dodge (Ward Bond) and John Ford on the set of The Wings of Eagles (1957).

John Dodge (Ward Bond) and John Ford on the set of The Wings of Eagles

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