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Arthur Gardner (born June 7, 1910) is an American actor and film producer.

Gardner was born Arthur Goldberg in Marinette, Wisconsin. He started his show business career as an actor. One of his first roles was as a student in 1930's All Quiet on the Western Front. He is the only surviving member of either the cast or crew.

During World War II, Gardner served in the Army Air Forces' First Motion Picture Unit in Culver City, California, where he met Jules V. Levy and Arnold Laven. The three formed the Levy-Gardner-Laven production company in 1951. Gardner's producing credits include the television series The Rifleman (1958-1963) and The Big Valley (1965-1969). His feature film credits include 1974's McQ and 1975's Brannigan, both starring John Wayne.

Gardner currently lives in Beverly Hills, California, and as of June 2013, is aged 103.

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