United States

Bill McKinney

Bill McKinney

(1931 – 2011)

  • Light a candle
  • Place a gift
United States

Bill McKinney

Bill McKinney
(1931 – 2011)

In memory of

Bill McKinney

(1931 – 2011)
Proudly supporting
About Bill
This is an online tribute dedicated in memory of Bill McKinney who was an American character actor whose most famous role was the sadistic mountain man in the movie Deliverance. Bill McKinney was also recognizable for his performances in seven Clint Eastwood films, most notably as Union cavalry commander Captain "Redlegs" Terrill in The Outlaw Josey Wales.
Other memorable roles include a misanthrope who is done in by John Wayne's The Shootist in the eponymous film directed by Don Siegel. Along with Richard Boone and Hugh O'Brian, Bill McKinney was one of the last men John Wayne ever killed on screen. He was one of Stallone's nemeses in the initial Rambo film, First Blood (1982), Against All Odds (1984), Heart
Continued...
About Bill
Like a Wheel (1983), Back to the Future Part III (1990), and The Green Mile (1999). As well as films, Bill McKinney has appeared in the classic TV movie The Execution of Private Slovik (1974), while guest-starring on some of the top TV shows, including The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Starsky and Hutch, The A-Team, Murder, She Wrote and Columbo.
Bill McKinney died on the 1st December 2011. This is an online memorial dedicated to his life and his career. May he rest in peace.
Please write something below
(You can delete your comment at any time and edit it for 15 minutes after submission)
1
Gold tribute.

Please log in to upload galleries

Bill McKinney - tribute extract

Bill McKinney

This is an online tribute dedicated in memory of Bill McKinney who was an American character actor whose most famous role was the sadistic mountain man in the movie Deliverance. Bill McKinney was also recognizable for his performances in seven Clint Eastwood films, most notably as Union cavalry commander Captain "Redlegs" Terrill in The Outlaw Josey Wales.
Other memorable roles include a misanthrope who is done in by John Wayne's The Shootist in the eponymous film directed by Don Siegel. Along with Richard Boone and Hugh O'Brian, Bill McKinney was one of the last men John Wayne ever killed on screen. He was one of Stallone's nemeses in the initial Rambo film, First Blood (1982), Against All Odds (1984), Heart...

The tribute dedicated to Bill McKinney has yet to be contributed to.
X
X
X
X
(You can edit your entry for 15 minutes after submission and can delete your entry at any time)
Rest in peace Bill
I first met Bill at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of Bill
My fondest memory of Bill was ****
Bill used to really enjoy ****
What I will miss the most about Bill is ****
Bill inspired me to ****
Bill changed my life by ****
If I had to sum up what Bill meant to me it would be ****
X