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Dick Powell

Dick Powell



United States

Age: 58

Born: 14 Nov, 1904

Died: 02 Sep, 1963

Known for

TV Series Starring Dick Powell

The Emmy AwardsThe Emmy Awards
FOX, 1999 Running | Family, Celebrities, Talent, Award Show
Rating: 1.5/5

An annual award show that recognize achievement in television for the current year. It first aired on January 25, 1949 and has been aired annually ever since. Today, the Emmys air as the Daytime Emmy Awards and the Primetime Emmy Awards.


Dick Powell ShowDick Powell Show
NBC, 1961 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama

The Dick Powell Show was a dramatic anthology series from the early 60's. Not only did Dick Powell host the series but he also appeared in several episodes. Several episodes were actual pilots for TV Series' only two of them made it. One being "Burke's Law" and the other being "Saints and Sinners". One of the ones that didn't make it was "Safari" with Glynis Johns and James Coburn, it was based on the movie "The African Queen". Dick Powell died January 2, 1963 and the future episodes were hosted by a variety of stars are paying homage to this marvelous singer, writer, actor, director and true renaissance man. *Note: This series was also known as "Dick Powell Theater".


Zane Grey TheaterZane Grey Theater
CBS, 1956 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Western

This was an anthology series based, mostly, on the works of Zane Grey. Grey was a writer of westerns, and this show used both his short stories and books as inspiration (works by other writers were also adapted when the Grey material ran out). Dick Powell hosted, and Harry Lubin provided the music (the song "Way Out West" opens and closes the show).