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Mark Slade is a Actor American born on 1 may 1939 at New York City (USA)

Mark Slade

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Birth name Mark Van Blarcom Slade
Nationality USA
Birth 1 may 1939 (80 years) at New York City (USA)

Mark Van Blarcom Slade (born May 1, 1939) is an American actor, artist, and author, particularly remembered for his role of Billy Blue Cannon on the NBC western television series, The High Chaparral.

Biography

Slade married Melinda Riccilli in 1968. They have two sons, the contemporary artist, Morgan Riccilli Slade and designer/builder Mitchel W. Slade. He is currently living in Northern California, where he continues the pursuit of his artistic endeavors.

Slade's maternal grandmother, Alice Louise (née Ford) Van Blarcom, was Henry Ford's fifth cousin. His Ford lineage goes back to Martha and John Ford who reached Plymouth, Massachusetts, on the Fortune, the second English ship to arrive in the New World, on November 9, 1621. John Ford died on the voyage. Martha disembarked with their two sons and gave birth to their third on the same day. The ship's manifest lists among the passengers, a John Cannon, also the name of the patriarch in The High Chaparral.

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Joe Camp
Joe Camp
(1 films)
Irwin Allen
Irwin Allen
(1 films)
Alan Ladd
Alan Ladd
(1 films)
Barbara Eden
Barbara Eden
(1 films)
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Filmography of Mark Slade (5 films)

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Flashpoint
Flashpoint (1984)
, 1h34
Directed by William Tannen, William Tannen
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Themes Films about families, Political films
Actors Kris Kristofferson, Treat Williams, Rip Torn, Kevin Conway, Kurtwood Smith, Miguel Ferrer
Rating64% 3.248493.248493.248493.248493.24849
Two Texas-based United States Border Patrol Agents, Logan (Kris Kristofferson) and Wyatt (Treat Williams), are tasked by their obnoxious boss (Kevin Conway) to begin planting motion-detection sensors in their sector at the Federal government's request, something that Wyatt believes will lead to many of the Patrol being forcibly retired and the remaining agents stuck behind computer screens all day. While Logan and Wyatt are planting a sensor, they discover a Jeep buried in the desert containing a man's skeleton (identified as Michael F. Curtis from San Antonio), a high-powered rifle, and $800,000 in cash. Logan wants to use the money to finance their escape from their brutally hard jobs and uncertain futures, while Wyatt is reluctant; they agree to put out the Jeep's license plate information to the Sheriff's department, and later discuss the matter with Sheriff Wells (Rip Torn) who tells Logan his father Matt was a hero. They take the money to a source Logan trusts and learn the bills are legitimate but somewhat unusual, as many of them were circulated directly from the Federal Reserve in Dallas and are all dated between 1962 and 1963.
The Astral Factor, 1h25
Directed by John Florea, Gene Fowler Jr.
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Horror, Crime
Themes Psychologie, Psychanalyse, Invisibilité
Actors Robert Foxworth, Stefanie Powers, Sue Lyon, Mark Slade, Leslie Parrish, Marianna Hill
Roles Detective Holt
Rating36% 1.8277851.8277851.8277851.8277851.827785
Studying the paranormal allows a convicted strangler to make himself invisible to kill five women who testified against him at his trial.
Benji
Benji (1974)
, 1h25
Directed by Joe Camp
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Adventure, Crime, Romance
Themes Films about animals, Films about dogs, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Frances Bavier, Patsy Garrett, Edgar Buchanan, Peter Breck, Christopher Connelly, Tom Lester
Roles Mitch
Rating61% 3.099433.099433.099433.099433.09943
Benji is a lovable stray dog who lives in a small Texas town where he has befriended many local people, each of whom calls him by a different name, but the people he likes best are two school-age children (Paul and Cindy) and their housekeeper, Mary. Paul and Cindy's father, however, doesn't want a dog around the place. One day Benji befriends a stray dog (presumably a Maltese) that Mary calls Tiffany, and the kids beg their father to allow them to keep her and Benji, but he refuses. Benji escorts Tiffany to his hide-out, an apparently abandoned house. Two people later break in and bring a kidnapped Paul and Cindy into the house. Benji rushes to "tell" George and Mary of the kids' whereabouts but is shooed out. He then grabs the ransom note, but it gets taken from him and poor Benji is a loss at what to do next. He follows two policemen into the station and gets locked in and seems doomed until he accidentally turns on the drive-through intercom and the policeman lets him out. He goes back to the old house and spots a failed try at writing the ransom note and an idea strikes him. He grabs the crumpled note but is grabbed by one of the kidnappers and Tiffany rushes out and bites him and gets a vicious kick in return (she is not killed but apparently injured). Benji races back to Mary the kids' Dad, but Linda beats him there. The rest is for you to see. Camp never revealed the plot to the press but rather spoke of the essence of the movie: "It's a love story about a dog struggling against the odds to accomplish something that most people would consider to be impossible; and it's the first film ever in which a dog actually acted and expressed emotion on the screen. He was more or less the three-dimensional character in the film and the people were more or less the props. The dialog is in the eyes of the dog." Many film critics stated that Benji deserved a Best Actor Oscar for his acting.
13 West Street
Directed by Philip Leacock
Origin USA
Genres Crime
Actors Alan Ladd, Rod Steiger, Michael Callan, Dolores Dorn, Kenneth MacKenna, Margaret Hayes
Roles Tommy
Rating63% 3.1973953.1973953.1973953.1973953.197395
For no discernible reason, scientist Walt Sherill is assaulted and viciously beaten by a group of well-dressed young men. When the police, including investigating officer Detective Koleski, are in his opinion too slow in finding the culprits, Sherill decides to go after them on his own.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, 1h40
Directed by Irwin Allen
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Adventure
Themes La fin du monde, Seafaring films, Transport films, Underwater action films, Submarine films, Children's films, Arme nucléaire, Disaster films, American disaster films, Films about seafaring accidents or incidents
Actors Walter Pidgeon, Joan Fontaine, Barbara Eden, Peter Lorre, Robert Sterling, Michael Ansara
Roles Seaman Jimmy 'Red' Smith
Rating60% 3.0497653.0497653.0497653.0497653.049765
The new, state of the art nuclear submarine Seaview is on diving trials in the Arctic Ocean. The Seaview is designed and built by scientist and engineering genius Admiral Harriman Nelson (USN-Ret) (Walter Pidgeon). Captain Lee Crane (Robert Sterling) is the Seaview's Commanding Officer. One of the on-board observers is Dr. Susan Hiller (Joan Fontaine), studying crew-related stress. The mission includes being out of radio contact for 96 hours while under the Arctic ice cap, but the ice begins to crack and melt, with boulder-size pieces crashing into the ocean around the submarine. Surfacing, they discover fire burning in the sky. After the rescue of a scientist and his dog at Ice Floe Delta, Miguel Alvarez (Michael Ansara), the sub receives radio contact from Mission Director Inspector Bergan at the Bureau of Marine Exploration. He advises that a meteor shower pierced the Van Allen radiation belt causing it to catch fire, resulting in a world-threatening increase in heat all across the Earth. Nelson's on-board friend and scientist, retired Commodore Lucius Emery (Peter Lorre) concurs that it is possible. Bergan informs Nelson that the President wants him at a UN Emergency Scientific Meeting as soon as possible.