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On film, Morrow made appearances in the English version of 1962's ''King Kong vs. Godzilla'', the 1963 dramedy ''Captain Newman, M.D.'' (also featuring [[Barry Atwater]], [[Paul Carr]], [[Seamon Glass]], [[James Gregory]], and [[Paul Sorenson]]), Gore Vidal's ''The Best Man'' (1964), Disney's ''The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes'' (1969, with [[Ed Begley, Jr.]] and William Schallert), the war drama ''Johnny Got His Gun'' (1971, with Peter Brocco, [[Robert Easton]], and [[David Soul]]), and Elia Kazan's 1976 drama ''The Last Tycoon'' (co-starring Tige Andrews, [[Seymour Cassel]], and Jeff Corey), among others. Morrow went uncredited in nearly all of these films; however, one film he did receive credit for was the 1970 science fiction classic ''Colossus: The Forbin Project'', directed by [[Joseph Sargent]].
 
On film, Morrow made appearances in the English version of 1962's ''King Kong vs. Godzilla'', the 1963 dramedy ''Captain Newman, M.D.'' (also featuring [[Barry Atwater]], [[Paul Carr]], [[Seamon Glass]], [[James Gregory]], and [[Paul Sorenson]]), Gore Vidal's ''The Best Man'' (1964), Disney's ''The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes'' (1969, with [[Ed Begley, Jr.]] and William Schallert), the war drama ''Johnny Got His Gun'' (1971, with Peter Brocco, [[Robert Easton]], and [[David Soul]]), and Elia Kazan's 1976 drama ''The Last Tycoon'' (co-starring Tige Andrews, [[Seymour Cassel]], and Jeff Corey), among others. Morrow went uncredited in nearly all of these films; however, one film he did receive credit for was the 1970 science fiction classic ''Colossus: The Forbin Project'', directed by [[Joseph Sargent]].
   
Morrow retired from acting in 1991, with his last work being an episode of ''Father Dowling Mysteries''. He passed away in Woodland Hills, California fifteen years later. He was 94 years old.
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Morrow retired from acting in 1991, with his last work being an episode of ''Father Dowling Mysteries''. He passed away in Woodland Hills, [[California]] fifteen years later. He was 94 years old.
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
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