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James Marshall, or Jim Marshall could be. Parker currently owns and operates a family winery, Fess Parker Winery and Vineyard, near Santa Barbara, California along with some hotels. James Marshall the actor. Fess Parker retired from the film industry in the early 1970s, after the end of the television series about Boone. James Marshall the children's writer. He married Marcella Rinehart in 1960, and the couple has two children. James Marshall the director. He also made guest appearances on television programs and composed and sang music.
James Marshall the soldier. He began his show business career in the play, Mister Roberts, in 1951 and was subsequently hired by the Disney Studios in 1954 to play historic figure Crockett. Marshall, who discovered gold in California in 1848. He studied at the University of Southern California, earning a graduate degree in drama. James W. Parker graduated from the University of Texas in 1950 with a history degree. Parker required many months of rehabilitation, but he was unable afterwards to participate in collegiate sports as much as he wanted.
After being discharged, he was stabbed in the neck by a drunken driver during a post-collision argument. He served as a radioman in the Marine Corps at the end of World War II after being rejected as an aviator for being too tall (He is six feet, five inches). Parker is best known for his role playing frontiersmen Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone as well as starting a fad of wearing coonskin hats. He was born in Fort Worth, Texas.
Fess Parker (born August 18, 1925) is an American film and television actor. Hell is for Heros (1962). The Jayhawkers (1959). The Light in the Forest (1958).
Old Yeller (1957). Great Locomotive Chase (1956). Them (1954). Springfield Rifle (1952) -- not credited.
Untamed Frontier (1952).