Stuart Randall (actor)


Stuart Randall (born Clarence Maxwell, July 24, 1909 – June 22, 1988)[1] was an American actor of film and television who appeared on screen between 1950 and 1971.

Stuart Randall
Stuart Randall in Indestructible Man (1956).jpg
Randall in Indestructible Man (1956)
Clarence Maxwell

(1909-07-24)July 24, 1909
DiedJune 22, 1988(1988-06-22) (aged 78)
Years active1950–1971
TelevisionLaramie; Cimarron City
Spouse(s)Alma Miller
(m. 1955; div. 19??)

Early yearsEdit

Randall was born in Brazil, Indiana, the son of Walter Maxwell and Allie Ball Maxwell. He attended Brazil High School.[1]

Personal lifeEdit

Randall was married to Mary Adams on November 20, 1942 until February 15, 1950, at which time they divorced. They had two children. Later he married Rose Leone, date unknown, whom he remained with until his death.


Randall died in 1988, aged 78, at his home in Victorville, San Bernardino County, California,[1] from undisclosed causes.[citation needed]


Year Title Role Notes
1950 Bells of Coronado Sheriff
1950 Dynamite Pass Rancher Allen Uncredited
1950 Rider from Tucson Henchman Slim
1950 Rustlers on Horseback Jake Clune
1951 Storm Warning Walt Walters
1951 Rough Riders of Durango Henchman Jed
1951 Tomahawk Sergeant Newell
1951 Wells Fargo Gunmaster John Thornton
1951 Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison Jennings Uncredited
1951 The Hoodlum Lieut. Burdick
1951 Tomorrow Is Another Day Frank Higgins
1951 Arizona Manhunt Scar Willard
1951 The Lady Pays Off Face Uncredited
1951 Fixed Bayonets! Major General at Headquarters Uncredited
1952 The Bushwackers Slocum
1952 This Woman Is Dangerous Detective McGill Uncredited
1952 Bugles in the Afternoon Bannack Bill
1952 Rancho Notorious Starr Uncredited
1952 Carbine Williams Deputy Sheriff Tom Vennar
1952 Kid Monk Baroni Mr. Moore
1952 The Pride of St. Louis Frankie Frisch Uncredited
1952 The Half-Breed Hawkfeather Uncredited
1952 Diplomatic Courier Butrick Uncredited
1952 O. Henry's Full House Detective (segment "The Clarion Call"), Uncredited
1952 Park Row Mr. Spiro
1952 Hurricane Smith Matt Ward
1952 Captive Women Gordon
1952 Pony Soldier Standing Bear
1953 Hiawatha Mudjekeewis
1953 Sword of Venus Hugo
1953 Destination Gobi Capt. Briggs Uncredited
1953 Pickup on South Street Police Commissioner Uncredited
1953 Pony Express Pemberton
1953 Arena Eddie Elstead
1953 Hannah Lee: An American Primitive Jeff Montgomery
1953 The Man from the Alamo Jim Bowie Uncredited
1953 Champ for a Day Detective Uncredited
1953 Vicki Detective #3 Uncredited
1953 Mexican Manhunt Lucky Gato
1953 Captain John Smith and Pocahontas Opechanco
1954 The Great Diamond Robbery Nightclub Manager Uncredited
1954 Southwest Passage Lt. Owens
1954 Man with the Steel Whip Harris
1954 The Far Country Capt. Benson Uncredited
1954 Naked Alibi Chief A.S. Babcock
1954 This Is My Love Investigator
1954 They Rode West Chief Satanta
1955 Chief Crazy Horse Old Man Afraid
1955 Female on the Beach Frankovitch
1955 Headline Hunters Frank Hoffman
1955 Texas Lady Texas Ranger Capt. Irvine Uncredited
1956 Indestructible Man Police Capt. John Lauder
1956 Star in the Dust Jess Ryman
1956 Pardners Carol's Cowhand
1956 Miami Exposé 'Lucky' Gato
1956 The Ten Commandments Elder of Joseph Uncredited
1957 Run of the Arrow Col. Taylor
1957 Official Detective Butler TV Series, 1 episode
1959 Verboten! Colonel
1959 The Big Fisherman King Aretas
1960 I'll Give My Life Rex Barton
1960 Home from the Hill Ben Ramsey Uncredited
1960 The Gallant Hours Vice Adm. Richmond Kelly Turner Uncredited
1960 From the Terrace Jerry Kelly Uncredited
1960 College Confidential Sheriff Uncredited
1961 Frontier Uprising Ben Wright
1961 Posse from Hell Luke Gorman
1963 Lassie: A Christmas Tail Al Livermore
1964 Taggart Sheriff
1965 Fluffy State Trooper
1969 True Grit McAlester Uncredited


  1. ^ a b c Aaker, Everett (2017). Television Western Players, 1960-1975: A Biographical Dictionary. McFarland. pp. 350–351. ISBN 9781476662503. Retrieved October 30, 2018.

External linksEdit

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