Films and television series featuring Jack Elam which have their own pages on this wiki include: Bonanza: The Return, Bonanza: Under Attack (1995) as Buckshot Lonesome Dove: The Series (1994 1995) as Curtis Lucky Luke (Animated Series) (1992) as Axel Ericson (Voice) Home Improvement (1992) as Hick Peterson Suburban Commando (1991) as Colonel McHowell Once Upon a Texas Train (1988) as Jason Fitch Simon Simon (1986) as Bud Krelman Webster (1985) as Dusty Cannonball Run and Cannonball Run II as Dr. Nikolas von Helsing Fantasy Island (1981) as Kid Corey/Hollis Buford Jr. Smith The Untouchables (1960 1962) as multiple characters over 8 different episodes Lawman (1958 1962) as multiple characters over 5 different episodes Rawhide (1958) as Turkey Creek Jack Johnson Have Gun Will Travel (1958 and 1962) as Shaffner and Joe Gage The Rifleman (1958 1961) as Russell the Pool Shark The Twilight Zone (1959) (1961) as Avery Zorro (1958) as Gomez the Coachman The Lone Ranger (1954) as Reno Lawrence High Noon (1952) as Charlie (the drunk in jail) A Ticket To Tomahawk (1950) as Fargo
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