Harp McGuire


Harp McGuire (1921–66) was an American actor who worked for a number of years in Australia, becoming very famous on Australian radio. He reached the height of his fame when he appeared as Randy Stone in the Australian adaptation of the NBC radio serial 'Night Beat' produced by Grace Gibson Radio Productions.[1]

Harp, real name--Henry Herbert McGuire--was a native of Nashville, Tennessee, (November 1, 1921) also found work in Hollywood, including "On the Beach" (1959), "The Twilight Zone" (1959) and the "Outlaws" (1960). He also played a gas station attendant on a segment of "Leave It To Beaver." Wally, Eddie and Lumpy found themselves in a jam after they pushed Wally's car to a nearby service station and had to use Eddie's new credit card to pay for a battery.

McGuire died in Los Angeles, California on October 21, 1966 after suffering from coronary sclerosis.

Filmography


Year Title Role Notes
1955Captain ThunderboltMannix
1959On the BeachLt. Sunderstrom
1960Inherit the WindHarry EsterbrookUncredited
1960Cage of EvilDet. Murray Kearns
1960The Walking TargetDetective Max Brodney
1962Moon PilotFederal Security DriverUncredited
1962Incident in an AlleyFrank

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