Bruce Kellog

  1. James Craig, Gentle Annie,1944.   Starting in October 1942, shooting was shuttered after four weeks when director WS Van Dyke fell ill. Two years on, with Andrew Marton helming, the original cast went thataway excepting Morris Ankrum – and Craig, now inheriting the lead, US Marshall Lloyd Richland, from Robert Taylor and, hunting himself – well, his original role of  the outlaw Cottonwood Goss.
  2. Marshall Thompson, Bad Bascomb, 1944.    Director Anthony Mann decided thatThompson made a better  Jimmy Holden  than Kellog in a mild Western that rapidly became The Wallace Beery Show… even when Marjorie Main gives grand-daughter Maureen O’Brien two hankies.  “One for show. One for blow.

 Birth year: 1910Death year: 1967Other name: Casting Calls:  2