Gerald Mohr Overview:

Character actor, Gerald Mohr, was born on Jun 11, 1914 in New York City, NY. Mohr died at the age of 54 on Nov 9, 1968 in S?dermalm, Stockholm .



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Philip Tierney: Come on, honey.

Scorpion: The discovery he is referring to concerns the five lenses that fit into the arms of the Golden Scorpion you see before you. With the lenses in place, the sun's rays can be utilized to change inert material into powerful explosives and to turn base metals into gold. Whoever controls this device will have power such as men have dreamed of since the beginning of time.
Barnett [Ch. 2-10]: And it's my job to get the lenses. Tell me who's got them and I'll get to work.
Scorpion: Oh, it won't be so easy, Barnett. The lenses were divided among the scientists who have hidden them carefully.
Barnett [Ch. 2-10]: But you are one of these men. That's gonna help us!
Scorpion: Naturally. We're holding a meeting at Professor Malcolm's house today. I want you to see that Henry Carlyle does not arrive at that meeting. His lens is the first point of attack.

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Narrator: Montana in the '80s - the cattleman was king, his herds grazed a hundred thousand square miles of pasture. There was so much room that fertile range land was going to waste - but not for long. Shepherds and their sheep sought the lush green pasture of the north.

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Gerald Mohr Facts
Extremely prolific as member of stock company for radio shows such as "Academy Award" and "Hallmark Playhouse", appearing in scores of roles in each.

Before his role on television's "Foreign Intrigue" (1951), he held the little-known distinction of having played Philip Marlowe and Johnny Dollar on the radio. He also narrated both the radio and television episode introductions for "The Lone Ranger".

Played the piano in various episodes of "Foreign Intrigue" (1951) and is credited as being the composer of "The Frontier Theme" featured in the episode "The Confidence Game". He can also be heard playing the melody in other episodes.

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