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Frank Sutton’s Excellent Work Remembered

February 14, 2019

I really enjoyed actor Frank Sutton’s performance, as a man happy in his own place in life, on the legendary television show, “Gunsmoke.”

The episode aired this week on MeTV, which is a television channel that I thoroughly enjoy.

Sutton is best known for his role as “Sergeant Carter,” on the television show, “Gomer Pyle,” which starred Jim Nabors.

In 1955, Ernest Borgnine played against type and was brilliant in the Paddy Chayefsky written, “Marty.” Mr. Borgnine won the best actor Academy Award.

Frank Sutton was among a great supporting cast in the film, playing one of Borgnine/”Marty’s” pals.

 

Frank Sutton, pictured above.

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