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Volcano Seven

A Chronological list of Steve Ihnat's career
Click on the links below to see screencaps of the episodes.

1958 (Age 24)

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  • Dragstrip Riot (Movie)
    Release date: March 1958
  • Dutch

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    1959 (Age 25)

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  • Highway Patrol (TV Series)
  • (Role unknown) in "Cargo Hijack".

    Notes:

  • Season 4, episode 6.

  • 1960 (Age 26)

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  • Date Bait (Movie)
    Release date: 1959 ?
  • Role unknown

    Notes:

    1962 (Age 28)

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  • Hawaiian Eye (TV series)
    First aired: October 30, 1962
  • Clay Barker in "Lament for a Saturday Warrior"

    Notes:

  • This detective series starred Robert Conrad.
  • This episode was Season 4, Episode 5

  • 1963 (Age 29)

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  • Strike Me Deadly (Movie)
    Release date: 1964?


    Steve and Jeanine Riley in play The Fourposter (1963)

  • Al - hunter/killer

    Notes:

  • Co-wrote script with Ted V. Mikels, who also directed.
  • Originally entitled Crosshair (a more apt title). Shot in centeral Oregon, it made its debut by being shown for five weeks at U.S. Army bases. It also was signed for a three-year contract to be shown on Navy ships in all oceans.
  • The actress, Jeanine Riley, had appeared in a handful of television roles prior to this movie. She had also co-starred with Steve in a romantic comedy play, The Fourposter, at the Sherman Oaks playhouse, in July and August, 1963.

  • The Virginian (TV Series)
    First aired: December 4, 1963
  • Stub O'Dell in "The Fatal Journey"

    Notes:

  • This Western series starred James Drury.
  • Temple Houston (TV series)
    First aired: December 5, 1963
  • Ben Wade in "Seventy Times Seven"

    Notes:
    This Western series starred Jeffrey Hunter and Jack Elam.

  • Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV series)
    First aired: December 26, 1963
  • Pit Boss in "The Name of the Game"

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    1964 (Age 30)

    Show Role and Notes
  • Passion Street, U.S.A. (Movie)
    Released: ?, 1964
  • Dick Budman

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  • Channing (TV series)
    First aired: April 1, 1964
  • Lucas in "Christmas Day Is Breaking Wan"

    Notes:

  • Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Anthology series)
    First aired: April 3, 1964
  • Steve Cortel in "A Case of Armed Robbery"

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  • Death Valley Days (TV series)
    First aired: May 5, 1964
  • Rick Hubbard in "The Streets of El Paso"

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  • The Virginian (TV Series)
    First aired: October 4, 1964
  • Matson in "The Hero"

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  • Slattery's People (TV Series)
    First aired: October 5, 1964
  • Senator Buckmaster in "Question: Remember the Dark Sins of Youth?"

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  • Dr. Kildare (TV series)
    First aired: October 8, 1964
  • Dr. James Robinson in "The Hand That Hurts, the Hand That Heals"

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  • Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Anthology series)
    First aired: October 9, 1964
  • Lieutenant Malloy in "Murder in the First"

    Notes:

  • Season 2, episode 2
  • Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (TV series)
    First aired: October 12, 1964
  • Robert Pennell in "The Price of Doom"

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  • The Outer Limits (TV Series)
    First aired:
    Pt 1: November 21, 1964
    Pt 2: November 28, 1964
  • Lieutenant Minns in the two-part "The Inheritors"

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    1965 (Age 31)

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  • Brainstorm (Movie)
    Release date:
  • Dr. Copeland, Intern (uncredited)

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  • Perry Mason (TV series)
  • Charlie Parks in "The Case of the Duplicate Case"

    Notes:

  • Rawhide (TV series)
  • Kaster in "The Retreat"

  • Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (TV Anthology series)
  • Doyle Ralston in "Highest Fall of All"

    Notes:

  • Daniel Boone (TV series)
  • Tyler in "Perilous Journey"

    Notes:

  • Uses a British accent.
  • Honey West (TV Series)
    First aired:
  • Garth in "A Million Bucks in Anybody's Language"

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  • Bonanza (TV Series)
    First aired:
  • Johann Brunner in "Dead and Gone"

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  • Gunsmoke (TV Series)
  • Ben Hooker in "The Pariah"

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    1966 (Age 32)

    Show Role and Notes
  • The Chase (Movie)
  • Archie

    Notes:

  • The F.B.I. (TV series)
  • Eddie Drake in "The Escape"

    Notes:

  • The Iron Horse (TV series)
  • Luke Joy in "Joy Unconfined"

    Notes:

  • Shane (TV Series)
  • R.G. Posey in "The Bitter, the Lonely"

    Notes:

  • I Dream of Jeannie (TV Series)
  • Sergeant Ben Roberts in "My Master, the Rainmaker"

    Notes:

  • Essayed an Alabaman accent
  • Blue Light (TV Series)
  • Gerhardt in "Field of Dishonor"

    Notes:

  • This series ran for one season and starred Robert Goulet.
  • The Big Valley (TV Series)
    First aired:
  • Will Hanley in "Teacher of Outlaws"

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  • Gunsmoke (TV Series)
    First aired:
  • Jack in "My Father's Guitar"

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    1967 (Age 33)

  • In Like Flint (Movie)
    Released: March 15, 1967
  • General Carter

    Notes:

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  • Hour of the Gun (Movie)
    Released: November 1, 1967
  • Andy Warshaw

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  • Mannix (TV series)
    First aired: November 18, 1967
  • Sheriff Wade in "Huntdown"

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  • Dundee and the Culhane (TV series)
    First aired: December 13, 1967
  • Ben Murcheson in "The Catch a Thief Brief"

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  • Ironside (TV Series)
    First aired: December 28, 1967
  • Zarkov in "The Fourteenth Runner"

    Notes:

  • Steve plays Zarkov, a Russian official looked for a defecting Russian long-distance runner. The Russians enlist Ironside's help in finding him.
  • Ed Asner also guest-stars in this episode.
  • The Iron Horse (TV Series)
  • Ray McCoy in "The Silver Bullet"

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  • Cimarron Strip (TV series)
  • Felix Gauge in "The Hunted"

    Notes:

  • Police Story (1967) (TV pilot)
  • Captain James Paige

    Notes:

  • Pilot written and produced by Gene Roddenberry

  • The Fugitive (TV Series)
  • Art Meredith in "Walls of Night"

    Notes:

  • Plays a good guy, a police officer hunting Kimble
  • The Fugitive (TV Series)
  • Officer Hasbro in "Cry Uncle"

    Notes:

  • Felony Squad (TV series)
  • Vic Durant in "Target!"

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  • Mission: Impossible (TV Series)

    First aired 12/3/1967

  • Colonel Alex Stahl in "The Astrologer"

    Plot synopsis
    Nicholai Kurzon, despite being exiled from his home country of Veyska by a military junta, leads a popular rebellion. He has been captured by the country's head of security, Colonel Stahl (Steve Ihnat), and has a microfilm that contains the leaders of the revolution. The IMF must rescue Kurzon. Cinnamon gets closer to Deputy Chancellor Grigov by pretending to be an astrologer who predicts danger for the Chancellor while Barney and Rollin sneak onto the plane to make a careful substitution.

    Cast: Bob Tiedemann (Automaton), David Hurst (Victor Grigov), Steve Ihnat (Colonel Alex Stahl), Ed McCready (Steward), Barbara Bishop (Hostess), Don Hanmer (Trubner)

  • Gunsmoke (TV Series)
  • John Farron in "Noose of Gold"

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    1968 (Age 34)

    Show Role and Notes
  • Madigan (Movie)
  • Barney Benesch

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  • Kona Coast (Movie)
  • Kryder

    Notes:

  • Countdown (Movie)
  • Ross Duellan

    Notes:

  • The F.B.I. (TV series)
  • Frank Padgett in "Region of Peril"

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  • Bonanza (TV Series)
  • Josh Carter in "To Dream a Dream"

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  • The Outcasts (TV Series)
  • Jeb Collins in "The Night Riders"

    Notes:

  • It Takes a Thief (TV Series)
  • Colonel Gilveney in "" Turnabout"

    Notes:
    Ida Lupino guest-stars as a Russian scientist and as a romantic interest for Malachi Throne's Noah Bain. Alexander Mundy has a broken ankle and only shows up to save the day at the end of the episode.

  • The Virginian (TV Series)
  • Jed in "Jed"

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  • The Name of the Game (TV Series)
  • Ralph Hoak in "Nightmare"

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    1969 (Age 35)

    Show Role and Notes
  • Mission: Impossible (TV Series)

    First aired: 1/12/1969

  • Stefan Miklos in "The Mind of Stefan Miklos"

    Synopsis
    The IMF team must convince an enemy intelligence agent, Stefan Miklos, that the information the government has given to Miklos' double agent Townsend is actually the real thing when Townsend's superiors believe he's turned against them.

    Cast: Arland Schubert (Cooper), Joe Breen (Vincent), Arland Schubert (Cooper/Willoughby), Jason Evers (Walter Townsend), Steve Ihnat (Stefan Miklos), Edward Asner (George Simpson)

  • Mannix (TV series)
  • Gus Keller in episode "End Game"

    Notes:

  • The F.B.I. (TV Series)
  • Carl S. Beaumont in "The Prey"

    Notes:

  • The F.B.I. (TV Series)
  • Frank Dixon Welles in "The Maze"

    Notes:

  • The Whole World Is Watching (TV movie)
  • Officer Platt

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  • The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (TV series)
  • Lieutenant William Anderson in "A Game of Chance"

    Notes:

  • Here Come the Brides (TV series)
  • Sergeant Noah Todd in "The Soldier"

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  • Then Came Bronson (TV Series)
  • Royce MacLeod in "Two Percent of Nothing"

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  • Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)
  • Bob Stewart in "The Foal"

    Notes:

  • Star Trek (TV Series)
    First aired: January 3, 1969
  • Garth in "Whom Gods Destroy"

    Notes:

  • Download a free PDF, The Madness of Garth of Izar which is a fan fiction telling of the history of Garth of Izar, from childhood to his descent into madness.

  • The Virginian (TV Series)
    First aired: January 22, 1969
  • Guest-starred as "Four-Eyes" in Last Grave at Socorro Creek

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  • The Name of the Game (TV Series)
    First aired: October 17, 1969
  • Captain Oliver in "Chains of Command"

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  • Gunsmoke (TV Series)
  • Frank Reardon in "Exodus 21:22"

    Notes:

  • Mission: Impossible (TV Series)

    First aired: 12/28/1969

  • Major Paul Johan in "The Amnesiac"

    Three men engineered the theft of a sphere of trivanium from the U.S. Johan killed the third man, Silff, and blamed the disappearance on him to their leader, Vorda. Johan now plans to secretly sell the sphere.

    Cast: Tony Van Bridge (Erhard Poltzin), Anthony Zerbe (Colonel Alex Vorda), Victor Paul (Jack Ashbough), Philippe Nemonn (Second Guard), Steve Ihnat (Major Paul Johan), Bruce Kirby (TV Newsman), Julie Gregg (Monique), Lisabeth Hush (Alena Ober), Jerry Spicer (Black), Kurt Grayson (First Guard)

    1970 (Age 36)

    Show Role and Notes
  • Do Not Throw Cushions Into the Ring (Movie)
  • Christopher Belton
    Steve Ihnat wrote, directed and starred
  • Zigzag (Movie)
  • Asst. Dist. Atty. Herb Gates
  • The F.B.I. (TV Series)
  • John Elgin in "Incident in the Desert"
  • The Silent Force (TV series)
  • (Role unknown) in "Take as Directed for Death"
  • Bracken's World (TV Series)
  • Larry Sims in The Nude Scene"
  • Paris 7000 (TV Series)
  • (Role unknown) in "Journey to Nowhere"
  • Medical Center (TV Seres)
  • Zach Hibbs in "Fright and Flight"
  • Here Come the Brides (TV series)
  • (Unknown) in "Absalom"

    Notes:

  • The Young Rebels (TV Series)
    First aired: October 25, 1970
  • Sergeant Nobby Whipple in "Suicide Squad"

    Notes:

  • This series was a sort of Mod Squad meets the American Revolution.
  • The Mod Squad (TV Series)
    October 27, 1970
  • Role unknown in "Search and Destroy"

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  • Storefront Lawyers (TV Series)
    November 25, 1970
  • Reverend Neil Dana in "The Pastures of Hell"

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  • Gunsmoke (TV Series)
    First aired: December 28, 1970
  • Lucas Pritchard in "Jenny"

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  • 1971 (Age 37)

    Show Role and Notes
  • D.A.: Conspiracy to Kill (TV Movie/Pilot)
    First aired: January 11, 1971
  • James Fletcher

    Notes:

  • Bonanza (TV Series)
    First aired: March 7, 1971
  • Mr. Ganns in "Terror at 2:00"

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  • Alias Smith and Jones (TV series)
    First aired: March 11, 1971
  • Harry Downs in "Stagecoach Seven"

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  • The Young Lawyers (TV series)
    First aired: March 17, 1971
  • Pete Pierce in "Conrad and the Taxi Squad"

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  • Sweet, Sweet Rachel (TV movie/pilot)
    First aired: October 2, 1971
  • Dr. Simon Tyler

    Notes:

  • The pilot for The Sixth Sense. Lost.
  • The FBI (TV series)
    First aired:
    Pt 1: October 17, 1971
    October 24, 1971
  • Howard Rademaker in two-parter "The Masterminds"

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  • 1972 (Would have been 38 on August 7)

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  • Fuzz (Movie)
    Release date: July 14, 1972
  • Det. Andy Parker

    Notes:

  • Released posthumously
  • Cade's County (TV series)
    First aired: February 13, 1972
  • Jason Benedict in "Dead Past"

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  • Mannix (TV series)
    First aired: February 23, 1972
  • Lt. Larry Gifford "To Draw the Lightning"

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  • 1973

    Show Role and Notes
  • Hunter (TV movie)
  • Alain Praetorious

    Notes:

  • Released posthumously
  • TV Shows & Movies with Steve Ihnat as Guest Star

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