Large series of TV commercials for the Beef Industry Council (voiceover).
3 Print Biographies |
3 Interviews |
3 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
4 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' 2" (1.88 m)
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[When he was married on August 17, 1956, just 14 days after he met Lois]: We went to dinner every night for 14 nights. I was just absolutely nuts about her. I spent $77 on our honeymoon, and it about broke me.
He changed his last name from Bumgarner to Garner when he became a Warner Brothers contract player. He was credited as Jim Bumgarner for his two stage roles. First as a non-speaking Member of the Court (Martial Tribunal), in the Broadway production of "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial", and second, a featured speaking role in the national touring company of the same play. In part because he hated ...
Personally honest, wisecracking, self-deprecating, reluctant, naturally masculine hero.