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Cal Bellini

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Bellini's first role was as a [[physician]], Motilal Mookerji, in the 1960 [[CBS]] summer television series, ''Diagnosis: Unknown,'' a nine-episode program starring Patrick O'Neal (1927-1994) as a crime-solving pathologist at a large hospital. His costars on the series included Phyllis Newman as Doris Hudson and Martin Huston as the handyman, Link. During the 1960s, Bellini appeared on such series as ''Flipper,'' ''Coronet Blue,'' and ''Dan August,'' starring Burt Reynolds, in which he played a character named Jose in the 1970 episode, "The Murder of a Small Town."<ref name=imdb/>​
In 1971, Bellini was cast as Lt. Fernando Mercado in the episode "Escape" of Raymond Burr's second series, ''Ironside'' on [[NBC]]. From 1970 to 1972, he appeared in different roles in three episodes of ABC's police drama, ''The Mod Squad.'' Other roles followed on ABC's ''The F.B.I'' in the episode, "Night of the Long Knives",<ref>{{cite web|url=||title=Cal Bellini||accessdate=December 23, 2019}}</ref> ''Marcus Welby, M.D.,'' ''Barnaby Jone,'' the first ''Hawaii Five-O,''', ''The Streets of San Francisco,'' ''Cannon,'' ''Little House on the Prairie,'' ''The Rockford Files,'' and ''Kung Fu.'' On ''Young Dan'l Boone,'' a four-episode CBS series in 1977, Bellini played an Indian, Red Eagle, in the segment "The Salt Licks."<ref name=imdb/>​
Bellini's film roles included those of Younger Bear in Dustin Hoffman's 1970 western film, ''Little Big Man,''<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=''Little Big Man''||accessdate=December 23, 2019}}</ref> and as Cross Otter in ''The Mountain Men'' (1980), starring Charlton Heston and Brian Keith, filmed near Jackson, [[Wyoming]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=''The Mountain Men''||accessdate=December 23, 2019}}</ref>
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