|The Command||Actor||Capt. MacClaw||7|
|Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven||Actor||Eddie Taylor||7|
|Drums in the Deep South||Actor||Will Denning||7|
|Since You Went Away||Actor||Harold Smith||7|
|Jet Over the Atlantic||1959||Actor||Brett Matoon||19597|
|The Charge at Feather River||1952||Actor||n/a||19527|
|Five Against the House||1955||Actor||Al Mercer||19557|
|El Monstrud de la Montana Huela||1956||Actor||n/a||19567|
|Wild Bill Hickok||Actor||Wild Bill Hickok||7|
|The Last Frontier||1955||Actor||Captain Riordan||19557|
|Superargo||2014||Actor||Prof. Wendland Wond||20147|
|When the West Was Fun: a Western Reunion||Actor||n/a||7|
|Red River||1988 1987 - 1988||Actor||Meeker||19887|
|One of latest Italian credits, "This Man Can't Die"|
|Last US feature for a number of years, "Jet Over the Atlantic"|
|Played a large supporting role in the US feature film, "Where's Willie?"|
|First leading role in a feature, "Till the End of Time", opposite Dorothy McGuire and Robert Mitchum|
|Appeared in the ABC variety compilation special, "When the West Was Fun: A Western Reunion", a salute to Western series during the early years of television|
|First feature Western, "Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven"; was also first film in which he received top billing|
|Played a supporting role in the CBS TV-movie, "Red River", a remake of the classic 1948 Howard Hawks Western feature|
|Enlisted in the Navy; served during WWII|
|Played a supporting role in the action feature, "Stickfighter"|
|Made feature film debut while still in uniform in a supporting role in "Since You Went Away"|
|Also starred in a radio program in which he played Wild Bill Hickok|
|Starred in the title role of the syndicated Western TV series, "Wild Bill Hickok"|
|Began making films, mostly Westerns and other action fare, exclusively in Europe, primarily Italy, for over a decade|
|Rosemary Anderson||Sister||survived him|
|Sheila Connelly||Wife||second wife; divorced|
|Bridget Madison||Daughter||survived him|
|Dolly Madison||Daughter||survived him|
|Erin Madison||Daughter||survived him|
|Robert Madison||Son||survived him|
|Harold Moseley||Brother||survived him|
|Wayne Moseley||Brother||survived him|
|Gail Russell||Wife||married 1949; divorced 1954; Madison's first wife; born in 1925; enjoyed success in several Hollywood films of the 1940s including "The Uninvited" (1944) and "Angel and the Badman" (1947); died in 1961 at age 35 of chronic alcoholism|
|Bakersfield Junior College|
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