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  1. Dec 25, 1997 · Denver Pyle. Actor. Born in Bethune, Colorado, after serving in the US Navy in World War II, he began performing in amateur theater productions and made his big screen debut in "The guilt of Janet Ames" (1947). A veteran of many films, he had a close association with actor John Wayne appearing in his films such as "The Horse Soldiers" (1959 ...

  2. Denver Pyle was an American television and film actor popularly recognized as ‘Jesse Duke’ from the American action-comedy television series ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’, which aired on CBS between 1979 and 1985. He also played the character of ‘Briscoe Darling Jr.’ in the American situation comedy show ‘The Andy Griffith Show’.

  3. Denver Pyle (born May 11, 1920 - died December 25, 1997) appeared as former wildcatter Blackie Callahan, also an old friend of Jock Ewing, who also helped J.R. find the town where he had his first oil strike, in two episodes of the original Dallas TV series, the episodes "I Dream of Jeannie" and "After Midnight" in Season 13 of the series. Denver is best known to TV viewers for his roles as ...

  4. Denver Pyle’s Bio. Denver Dell Pyle was born on May 11, 1920, in Colorado, the U.S. to Maude Pyle and Ben H. Pyle. His father Ben was a farmer. He has a brother named Willis, an animator most known for his work with Walt Disney Animation Studio and UPA. The talented actor attended a high school in the U.S. and then joined Colorado State ...

  5. Sep 20, 2021 · Denver Pyle Biography. On the 11th of May, 1920, in Bethune, Colorado, Denver Dell Pyle was born to parents, Ben H. Pyle and Maude Pyle. He was born into a lower-class family, which consisted of a father who worked as a farmer and a mother who was a housewife.

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  7. Dec 28, 1997 · Denver Pyle, 77, a veteran character actor who was best known for his portrayal of wise Uncle Jesse on the television show "The Dukes of Hazzard," died of lung cancer Dec. 25 at a hospital in ...

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