Harry Morgan (1915-2011) didn’t have his name above the title but we all know him well and value his contribution to Hollywood history.
Born Harry Bratsberg, he was In the original stage production of Golden Boy and made his film debut in 1942 In To The Shores of Tripoli, using the name Henry Morgan (which he used for a good part of his career).
Averaging three or four films a year, Harry was never out of work for the next 50 years.
Harry had his own TV comedy series, Pete And Gladys, costarring Cara Williams. The show ran for two years from 1960 and was a spin-off of a show called December Brides.
Episodes are available on You Tube.
Guesting on an episode of Gunsmoke, with James Arness.
Harry played a no-nonsense judge in two very good TV movies in which he costarred with Walter Matthau.
After his first wife, Eileen died in 1985, Harry married again in 1986 to Barbara Bushman (daughter of Francis X. Bushman).