Richard Webb (September 9, 1915 - June 19, 1993) was a film, television and radio actor. He appeared in over 50 films including many westerns and films noir including Out of the Past (1947), Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948), I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951) and Carson City (1952 film) (1952). Today, he may be best remembered as the star of the 1950s TV series Captain Midnight, based on the long-running radio program of the same name. In the 1970s Webb became a writer, publishing four books on psychic phenomena. He committed suicide after suffering a long-term illness.
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