TV credits are many, including the entire 20 years of “Gunsmoke“, a part of Jack Webb’s stable, and one of Irwin Allen’s regulars.He died in 1984 in Hong Kong after a vacation in China. 1.03 [--] Date with the Angels: HIGH FEVER Written by George Tibbles, Fran Van Hartesveldt & Bill Kelsay Directed by James V.
Finley, feels useless at home, spending each day alone.
Vickie decides to help by getting him a job at Martindale's Department Store working as their Santa Claus. Finley's generosity as Santa brightens many children's Christmas spirits.
Unfortunately, he accomplishes this by giving away the store's toys for free.
Merry Anders Art Balinger Jill Banner Howard Culver Tim Donnelly Don Dubbins Virginia Gregg Chanin Hale Stacy Harris John Hudson Heather Menzies Ralph Moody Burt Mustin Vic Perrin Jack Sheldon Mickey Sholdar Olan Soule Leonard Stone Bobby Troup Virginia Vincent Len Wayland Peggy Webber Tom Williams William Barton Yarborough (Photo sent in by Raul Moreno.) Notable Dragnet Role: Policewoman Dorothy Miller Actress Filmography: Blood Legacy (1971): aka Legacy of Blood Women of the Prehistoric Planet (1966): Karen (aka Prehistoric Planet Women) Tickle Me (1965): Estelle Penfield Quick Gun, The (1964) Tiger Walks, A (1964) : Betty Collins Time Travelers, The (1964): aka Time Trap (1964) House of the Damned (1963) Police Nurse (1963) Air Patrol (1962) Patty (1962): aka Case of Patty Smith (1962) 20,000 Eyes (1961) Gambler Wore a Gun, The (1961): Sharon Donovan Police Dog Story, The (1961): Terry Dayton Secret of Deep Harbor (1961): Janey Fowler Hypnotic Eye, The (1960) Walking Target, The (1960) Young Jesse James (1960): Belle Starr Five Bold Women (1959): The Missouri Lady “How to Marry a Millionaire” (1958) TV Series: The Missouri Lady Violent Road (1958): Carrie: aka Hell’s Highway (1958) Desk Set (1957): Cathy: aka His Other Woman (1957) Calypso Heat Wave (1957): Marti Collins Dalton Girls, The (1957) Death in Small Doses (1957) Escape from San Quentin (1957) No Time to Be Young (1957) All That Heaven Allows (1955): Mary Ann Princess of the Nile (1954): Handmaiden Titanic (1953) (uncredited): College Girl Farmer Takes a Wife, The (1953): Hannah Miserables, Les (1952): Cicely Notable TV Guest Appearances: “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “Three Queen’s Full” 1961 “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “Destination Devil’s Flat” 1960 “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “Town That Wasn’t There, The” 1960 “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “People’s Friend, The” 9/13/1959 “Richard Diamond, Private Detective” (1957) in episode: “Bookie” 10/19/1959 Notable Dragnet Role: Camille Gearhardt in “The Hammer .” (She’s the one who provokes Friday to use his strongest language of any Dragnet episode: “I’ll bet your mother had a loud bark!
”) Dragnet fan Steve Parker writes: I am virtually positive that Jill Banner, who was Marlon Brando’s girlfriend at the time, was killed in an auto accident during the run of the Dragnet series.