[These daily posts will cover little known actors or people that have appeared in more recent films and TV series. Various degrees of information that I was able to find will be given and anything that you can add would be appreciated.]
A company called K-Tel (Kives Telecommunications) was an American slick Canadian company who was known for their distribution of compilation LP records by mail. The company would cram 10-12 tracks on one side of an LP. Some tracks were edited to fit the pressing and the quality was poor. They then got into video distribution. They also sold products like the Veg-e-Matic Pocket Fisherman. In 1970 the company briefly began distributing foreign films in the United States and two Spaghetti westerns they released were “Una Ragione Per Vivere E Una Per Morire” released as (Massacre at Fort Holman) and “Spara, Gringo, spara” released as (The Longest Hunt). "Sonny and Jed" and "The Legend of Frenchie King" K-Tel messed with the credits on both of these releases, Americanizing the names of the actors and crews. Some were easy to identify but other names were just made up.K-Tel International filed for bankruptcy in 1984.
I’ve said all that to say that there is no record of an actor named Dale Anderson and most likely this nameis either a K-Tel created pseudonym or a made up credit.
ANDERSON, Dale – film actor.
The Longest Hunt – 1968 (soldier)