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Hart also appeared occasionally as Senator Carson in Dallas (1979-81).
His final film role was as a newspaper editor in The Legend of the Lone Ranger (1981).
Returning to acting after the war, Hart landed work as a stunt double.
His break appeared to come with the title role in the cinema serial Jack Armstrong (1947), based on the radio version, Jack Armstrong: The All American Boy, featuring the comicbook-style, globe-trotting adventures of a high-school student during travels with his Uncle Jim.
However, Hart continued to find himself consigned to bit-parts – appearing in up to a dozen films a year – and started to act on television.
He voiced Billings, the Stage Manager and the Milkman in Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol (1962), American television's first animated Christmas special, and even reprised his performance as the Lone Ranger for episodes of The Greatest American Hero (1981) and the sitcom Happy Days (1982), in which Fonzie (Henry Winkler) meets his childhood hero.
Hart later worked with the celebrated film-maker on North West Mounted Police (1940) and the biblical epic The Ten Commandments (1956).
The actor took a string of small, uncredited screen parts before serving in the US Army during the Second World War, rising to the rank of first sergeant in the Coast Artillery.
He made his film début as a sailor in the crime drama Daughter of Shanghai (1937), shortly before joining dozens of bit-part players in the director Cecil B.
De Mille's romantic swashbuckler The Buccaneer (1938), which earned him a contract with Paramount Pictures – and enabled him to give up an eight- dollars-a-week job as a truck driver.