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    Ken Curtis (born Curtis Wain Gates; July 2, 1916 – April 28, 1991) was an American singer and actor best known for his role as Festus Haggen on the CBS western television series Gunsmoke. Although he appeared on Gunsmoke earlier in other roles, he was first cast as Festus in season 8 episode 13, December 8, 1962 "Us Haggens."

  2. Aug 09, 2022 · Morse’s experience under such duress has been noticed in the Bills locker room. Offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey has taken note. “I think anytime you’ve got great experience in the middle it’s going to help,” Dorsey said at camp. “That calming influence that he brings I think is extremely helpful.”

  3. Sep 25, 2021 · Ken Curtis, the actor behind ... In 1942, Curtis' first brush with fame came when he cut a few songs for Tommy Dorsey's orchestra. At the time, Dorsey's go-to vocalist was Sinatra. The common ...

  4. Aug 07, 2022 · Entering the 2017 NBA draft, Dorsey talked about the possibility of being taken by the Bucks and teaming up with Antetokounmpo. However, he was selected by the Hawks at No. 41, a few picks ahead of Milwaukee. “This is a great opportunity to play alongside him,” Dorsey said of Antetokounmpo. “I am excited to get to know him.

  5. Jul 10, 2022 · Calling the plays now for Buffalo will be Ken Dorsey, who will be a first-timer in that role. Allen shared a bit of optimism towards Dorsey, alongside some acknowledgement there may be growing pains.

  6. Jul 12, 2022 · The Buffalo Bills offense had an up and down 2021 campaign but broke out just before the playoffs. Here are 5 players who the Bills need to improve in 2022.

  7. Apr 29, 1991 · FRESNO, Calif. (AP) _ Ken Curtis, a singer and actor who starred as Marshal Matt Dillon’s sidekick on the long-running television western ″Gunsmoke,″ has died at age 74. Curtis, who played deputy Festus Haggin from 1963-75, died in his sleep Sunday at his home here, family members said Monday. They said the cause of death was unkown.

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