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Robert Horton moved on from Wagon Train to enjoy a long and successful career in the musical theatre. He starred in at least thirty different shows, only a few of which are listed at right.

In 1964 he began his critically acclaimed leading role on Broadway as Starbuck in 110 in the Shade, a musical adaptation of The Rainmaker, in which he had also appeared.

In many of these productions, Horton's leading lady was Marilynn Bradley, now his wife of 40 years.

Besides singing on the cast album of 110 in the Shade, Horton released 2 full-length albums (The Very Thought of You and The Man Called Shenandoah) that showcase his fine baritone voice. In addition, several singles were released in the US and Great Britain, where he also had the honor of performing for the Queen.
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Robert Horton - A Man Called Shenandoah
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A MAN CALLED SHENANDOAH

After the run of 110 in the Shade, Robert Horton was enticed back to TV with the leading role in A Man Called Shenandoah. (1965-1966) Although critics loved the show, it never got a decent time slot. Placed opposite both the Andy Griffith Show and the Andy Williams Show, Shenandoah only lasted one year.

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Robert Horton, born July 29, 1924, is now retired and lives with his wife in California.







Below, is a partial list of Robert Horton's Credits. Additionally, he made many guests appearances, including seven in the famed anthology series Alfred Hitchcock Presents. It was his outstanding performance in Hitchcock's "Crack of Doom" that impressed the producers of Wagon Train and led them to consider him for the role of Flint.
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*One of Robert Horton 's most poignant performances was in the Ford Theatre production of Portrait of Lydia, co-starring Donna Reed. Horton reports that this was filmed in color, but regretably, no color copy has been found to exist today.Click Here for a page of pics .
Red River (1988) (TV)

As the World Turns (1956) (TV) as Whit McColl (1983-1984)

Foreign Exchange (1970) (TV) as John Smith

The Green Slime (1969) as Jack Rankin

The Spy Killer (1969) (TV) as John Smith

The Dangerous Days of Kiowa Jones (1966) (TV) as Kiowa Jones

A Man Called Shenandoah (1965) (TV) as Shenandoah

Wagon Train (1957-1962) as Flint MCCullough

King's Row (1955) (TV) as Drake McHugh

Ford Theatre - Portrait of Lydia (1954)

Men of the Fighting Lady (1954) as Ensign Neil Conovan

Prisoner of War (1954) as Francis Aloysius Belney

Bright Road (1953) as Dr. Mitchell

Code Two (1953) as Russ Hartley

Arena (1953) as Jackie Roach

Pony Soldier (1952)as Jess Calhoun

Return of the Texan (1952) as Dr. Harris

Apache War Smoke (1952) as Tom Herrera

Tanks Are Coming, The (1951) (uncredited)
From 110 in the Shade
Robert Horton - 110 in the Shade
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From Pony Soldier
Robert Horton - Pony Soldier
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From the Green Slime
Robert Horton - Green Slime
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From Spy Killer
Robert Horton - Spy Killer
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From Oklahoma!
Robert Horton - Oklahoma
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From Arena
Robert Horton- Arena
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