Andrew Duggan had been in 70 movies and 140 TV shows between 1949-1987. On TV he had played in episodes of Wagon Train, Colt .45, Jefferson Drum, Bonanza, Hawaii Five-O. He had the recurring role of Gen. Ed Britt on Twelve O'clock High, had regular or starring roles on and Bourbon Street Beat, Room For One More, and Lancer. On film, he was in The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Decision At Sundown, Seven Days in May, and In like Flint. He died of throat cancer at the age of 64.
Martin Milner appeared in several films in the 1950s, including Gunfight At the OK Corral (as James Earp), and Springfield Rifle, as well as many TV shows before being cast as Tod Stiles on the series Route 66 from 1960-64. In 1968, he was cast as Officer Pete Malloy on the Jack Webb produced series Adam-12, and would appear on other Jack Webb series like Dragnet and Emergency as Pete Malloy. He played family patriarch Karl Robinson on the short lived series Swiss Family Robinson in the early 1970s. He continued acting until 1997.
Lew Ayres (1908-1996) started his career in 1929, and got his big break in the 1930 anti-war film All Quiet on the Western Front. He would play Dr. Kildare in 9 movies between 1938-1942, and receive an Oscar nomination for his role in 1948's Johnny Belinda. He turned down an offer to play Dr. Kildare on television, but would guest star on many TV shows, including Laramie, I Spy, The Big Valley, The Virginian, Hawaii Five-O, The Bionic Woman, Battlestar Galactica, and Magnum P.I., earned an Emmy nomination for an episode of Kung Fu, and his final role was in a Hart To Hart TV movie in 1994.
Bruce Yarnell (1935-1973) played the role of Deputy US Marshal Chalk Breeson in the second season (1961-62) of Outlaws. He later had guest spots on several TV shows. Before acting on TV, his baritone voice originated the part of Sir Lionel in Camelot on Broadway in 1960. In 1966, he played Frank Butler in a revival of Annie Get Your Gun, opposite Ethel Merman. He made a transition from Broadway to opera, singing with the San Francisco Opera from 1971 to his untimely death at 37 in a plane crash.