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Jim McMullan (Getty/Michael Ochs Archives)
Jim McMullan (Getty/Michael Ochs Archives)
Jim McMullan had a long career as an actor appearing in many television series and movies including “Downhill Racer.” McMullan made his way to Hollywood after graduating from the University of Kansas and was signed to a contract by Universal. His movie debut came in 1963 starring as Buffalo Bill Cody in “The Raiders” with Brian Keith and Robert Culp. One of his biggest roles was in the ski movie “Downhill Racer,” where he played top racer Johnny Creech, the main rival of Robert Redford’s character. He starred with Dirk Benedict on the 1974 TV series “Chopper One” and had a recurring role on “Dallas” as Senator Andrew Dowling.

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Published online on May 31, 2019 courtesy of Tributes.com
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