Conley, Joe 1928–
CONLEY, Joe 1928–
Born March 3, 1928, in Buffalo, NY; son of Mary Conley (an actress); married Louise; children: Erin, Jana. Education: Graduated from Arizona State University; also attended Loyola University. Avocational Interests: Golf, tennis, swimming, charity work.
Addresses: Contact— P.O. Box 6487, Thousand Oaks, CA 91359.
Career: Actor. Truly Yours (a restaurant), Tarzana, CA, co–owner. Appeared on radio programs in Buffalo, NY; appeared in over 200 television commercials. Military service: U.S. Army, World War II and Korean conflict, infantry and special services; second lieutenant; Silver Star, Purple Heart.
The Scarlet Hour, Paramount, 1956.
Delivery boy, Crime of Passion, United Artists, 1957.
Juvenile Jungle, Republic Pictures Corp., 1958.
Benjy, A Nice Little Bank That Should be Robbed (also known as How to Rob a Bank ), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1958.
All Hands on Deck, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1961.
Jock McGee, Blueprint for Robbery, Paramount, 1961.
Johnny, Patty (also known as Case of Patty Smith, Gang Rape, and The Shame of Patty Smith ), Impact Films, 1962.
Jenkins, 80 Steps to Jonah, Warner Bros./Seven Arts, 1969.
We Are the Guinea Pigs, 1980.
Father Minnelli, Impure Thoughts, Double Helix Films, 1986.
Frank, Whatever It Takes, Pioneer Entertainment, 1999.
Joe Wally (man at Christmas dinner), Cast Away, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2000.
Blind Obsession, 2001.
Television Appearances; Series:
Ike Godsey, The Waltons, CBS, 1972–1981.
Also appeared in Bracken's World; Acapulco; People's Choice; Richard Diamond.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Salesman, The Longest Night, ABC, 1972.
Ike Godsey, A Wedding on Walton's Mountain, NBC, 1982.
Ike Godsey, A Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain, NBC, 1982.
Ike Godsey, Mother's Day on Walton's Mountain, NBC, 1982.
Ike Godsey, A Walton Thanksgiving Reunion, CBS, 1993.
Ike Godsey, A Walton Wedding, CBS, 1995.
Ike Godsey, A Walton Easter, CBS, 1997.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
"The Ghost of Jean Battoo," The Adventures of Jim Bowie, ABC, 1956.
Martha's bakery deliveryman, "Lassie's Day," Lassie, CBS, 1957.
"The Big Yak," Dragnet, NBC, 1957.
"Disappearing Trick," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS, 1958.
"The Big Malcolm," Dragnet, NBC, 1959.
Henry Jackson, "The Hostage," Wanted: Dead or Alive, CBS, 1959.
"The Mouse," Richard Diamond, Private Detective, NBC, 1960.
Photographer/reporter, "The Contest," Mister Ed, CBS, 1961.
Photographer/reporter, "Ed the Beachcomber," Mister Ed, CBS, 1962.
Singing telegram man, "Horse Party," Mister Ed, CBS, 1962.
Joe, "Don't Laugh at Horses," Mister Ed, CBS, 1963.
Carl, stagecoach driver, "Help Me, Kitty," Gunsmoke, CBS, 1964.
Reporter, "Never Ride Horses," Mister Ed, CBS, 1965.
Reporter, "TV or Not TV," Mister Ed, CBS, 1965.
Policeman, "The Deputy," Green Acres, CBS, 1966.
Sergeant, "The Army Game," The Beverly Hillbillies, CBS, 1967.
Cabbie, "Time of Trial," Felony Squad, ABC, 1967.
Deliveryman, "The Hero," The Brady Bunch, ABC, 1970.
Manager #1, "Short Notice," Knight Rider, NBC, 1983.
Claude, "Dick Goes Home," Night Stand, syndicated, 1996.
Also appeared in Studio One; Playhouse 90.
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