1934 - 1979 (45 years)
Has no ancestors but 3 descendants in this family tree.
||James Hutton |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||31 May 1934
||Binghamton, New York, USA
||2 Jun 1979
||Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California
||10 Apr 2002 |
- A gangly, boyish leading man, discovered by director Douglas Sirk, who saw him performing in Germany while the young actor was stationed there with the U.S. Army. Equally capable in both action and comic fare, but especially winning in the latter, Hutton appeared in Sirk's A Time to Love and a Time to Die (1958, his first film), Where the Boys Are (1960, his first hit), The Horizontal Lieutenant (1962), Major Dundee, The Hallelujah Trail Never Too Late (all 1965), Walk, Don't Run (1966), The Green Berets (1968), Hellfighters (1969), andThe Psychic Killer (1975). In the latter part of his regrettably brief career, Hutton found his services most in demand on the small screen; he was especially winning as the likable, absent-minded supersleuth Ellery Queen in the TV series of the same name (1975-76). Sadly, he didn't live to see his son Timothy win his Oscar in 1981.