Welcome to the Lee Montgomery Web Site!

I first saw Lee in the ABC TV movie "The Midnight Hour" and he made quite an impression. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any info on the web about him, so I decided to create this website back in 1996 for others to find information, and to let Lee know that he still has fans out there!
I hope to have more photos in the future, as well as any additional information or news I can find via the web (which hasn't been much)! There is an emailing list for other fans to get together and chat. See the link below to join.

Thanks to TV Guide online we've just gotten proof that Lee is still around and currently working in music. See the article listed below for details!

Please email me if you know of any additional news or information about Lee that I can add to the website. Thanks for visiting! P.S. I do not know Lee, or have any way to contact him, so please don't send any such emails.


* Join the new Midnight Hour emailing group: here!

* Unofficial Midnight Hour Soundtrack - created by Greg (link to soundtrack download in Blog comments section) -6/14/07

* TV Guide "Where are they now" interview with Lee! click here for a copy of the article -4/17/01

* Join the emailing group to talk about Lee.

* My Midnight Hour page - synopsis & photos.

* Screen Captures from "Mutant" (Night Shadows) from Greg.

Lee recently composed music for the film Trigon: The Legend Of Pelgidium" Now titled: Legend of the Phantom Rider. Unfortunately, their website is no longer up, but you can view the trailer for the film here. Thanks! 1-19-2001

Please sign my guestbook. Keep in mind this guestbook is for several different websites I run.

Visit the Girl's Just Wanna Have Fun Website w/ pics of Lee

To find some of these movies or other memorabilia check out ebay, videoflicks.com or bigstar.com
To see when Lee's movies or television appearances will be airing on TV go to tv-now.com and type in Lee's name.



Lee was born on November 3, 1961 in Winnipeg, Canada
For now, here is Lee's Filmography:

Into the Fire (aka Legend of Lone Wolf) (1987) [Wade Burnett] Photo
Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985) [Jeff Malene]
Midnight Hour, The (1985) (TV) [Phil Grenville] Now on DVD!
Night Shadows (AKA Mutant) (1984) [Mike Cameron]
Prime Risk (1984) [Michael Fox]
Happy Endings (1983) (TV) [Jimmy Bartlett]
Hotel (1982) (TV) [Eric Stevens]
Split Image (1982) [Walter]
True Grit (1978) (TV) [Daniel Sumner] (credited as Lee H. Montgomery)
Dead of Night (1977) [Bobby]
Baker's Hawk (1976) [Billy Baker]
Burnt Offerings (1976) [David Rolf] Photo Photo 2 Photo 3
Man on the Outside (1975) (TV) [Mark Griffin](credited as Lee H. Montgomery)
Savage Is Loose, The (1974) [Young David]
Cry in the Wilderness, A (1974) (TV)
Columbo: Mind over Mayhem (1974) (TV) [Steve Spelberg]
Runaway! (1973) (TV)
Ben (1972) [David Garrison]
Female Artillery (1972) (TV) [Brian Townsend]
Pete 'n' Tillie (1972) [Robbie] Photo
Harness, The (1971) (TV) [Tor Shagaras]
$1,000,000 Duck (AKA Million Dollar Duck, The) (1971) [Jimmy Dooley] Photo Photo2

Television Appearances:

"Highway to Heaven" (1984) playing "Gary Morgan" in episode: "Man to Man" (episode # 3.10) 11/26/1986
"CHiPs" (1977) (as Lee H. Montgomery) in episode: "Return to Death's Door" (episode # 6.9) 12/12/1982
"Family Ties" (1982) playing "Eric" in episode: "Not With My Sister You Don't" (episode # 1.2) 9/29/1982
"Mary Tyler Moore Show, The" (1970) playing "Stevie" in episode: "Anyone Who Hates Kids and Dogs" (episode # 5.24) 3/8/1975 "Emergency!" (1972) playing "Billy" in episode: "Smoke Eater" (episode # 4.16) 1/11/1975
"Adam-12" (1968) playing "Greg Whitney" in episode: "Camp: Part 2" (episode # 7.2) 10/1/1974
"Adam-12" (1968) playing "Greg Whitney" in episode: "Camp: Part 1" (episode # 7.1) 9/24/1974
"Kojak" (1973) playing "David Hecht" in episode: "Only Way Out, The"
"Streets of San Francisco, The" (1972) playing "Jeff Rydell" in episode: "Twenty-five Caliber Plague, The" (episode # 2.9) 1973 "F.B.I., The" (1965) (as Lee Harcout Montgomery) in episode: "Escape to Nowhere" (episode # 7.191) 3/19/1972
"Longstreet" (1971) in episode: "Wednesday's Child" (episode # 1.9) 11/11/1971

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