E. G. Marshall

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Noun1.E. G. Marshall - United States actor (1914-1998)E. G. Marshall - United States actor (1914-1998)  
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The equally funny supporting cast includes Johnny Galecki and Juliette Lewis as the Griswold kids, E.G. Marshall and Doris Roberts as one set of grandparents and John Randolph and Diane Ladd as the other.
Elswit also looked back to the 1961 television series "The Defenders" starring E.G. Marshall. "It was all in black and white and in the streets," he recalls.
So a lot of the classic characterizations (Bea Arthur, E.G. Marshall, Ed Asner, Peter Falk, Ray Romano, etc.) did not win regularly, but they did win, sooner or later.
The movie, based on a teleplay by Reginald Rose, is done in black and white with a stellar cast: Henry Fonda, E.G. Marshall, Jack Klugman, Lee J.
The film, produced by Michael Pack (Manifold Productions) and hosted by E.G. Marshall, aired on Public Television and received several awards, in cluding the Red Ribbon Award at the American Film and Video Festival and the Bronze Award at Worldfest Houston International Film Festival.
He, in turn, has directed Irene Worth, Olympia Dukakis, E.G. Marshall and Maureen Stapleton, to name only a few.
Directed by John Guillermin, written by Richard Yates and William Roberts, starring George Segal, Robert Vaughn, Ben Gazzara, Bradford Dillman, E.G. Marshall, and Peter van Eyck, 1969, 115 minutes, color, PG.
With Walter Abel, Sam Jaffe, Melville Cooper, Annabella, Marcel Rousseau, E.G. Marshall and Frank Latimore.
Also starring Diane Ladd, Beverly D'Angelo, John Randolph, E.G. Marshall and Juliette Lewis.
Scheduled for release in 1999 is E.G. Marshall's third Defenders movie, Naked City.
Narrated in a staid, steady voice by E.G. Marshall, this video is the story of their resettlement.
Former CBS Supreme Court correspondent Fred Graham will be the main anchor for the American Courtroom Network; Harvard Law School professor Arthur Miller and actor E.G. Marshall - known for his portrayal of a lawyer in the TV series The Defenders - will provide commentary for the In Court channel.