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Also Known As: Died: January 10, 1982
Born: June 13, 1926 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Mount Vernon, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Villain, The (1979) as Nervous Elk
The cowboy Handsome Stranger will escort miss Charming Jones to get a large sum of money from her father, Parody Jones. But the rich Avery Jones wants to lay his hands on the money and hires and old cowboy, Cactus Jack, to rob them when they ride back from her father. However, Cactus Jack is not very good at robbing people.
2.
Hugo The Hippo (1978) as Voice
Mail <svaradi@sprynet.com> for translation. Egy kikotoben a capak allandoan akadalyozzak a hajok ki- es berakodasat. Vizilovakkal uldozik oket, olyan sikeresen, hogy hamarosan feleslegesse valnak, ezert a felnottek el- hatarozzak, hogy megszabaduluak toluk. Gyerekek kelnek az egyetlen megmaradt kis vizilo, Hugo vedelmere, hogy jovategyek a felnottek igazsagtalansagat.
3.
Rabbit Test (1978)
Lionel is a young man who has never had sex and is engaged to be married. His cousin sets him up with a one-night stand, and not long after this he finds himself to be the world's first pregnant man.
4.
Journey Back to Oz (1974) as Voice
Once back in Oz, Dorothy sets off for the Emerald City to see her old friend the Scarecrow. But soon she encounters Mombi, the evil cousin of her old nemesis the Wicked Witch of the West, who plans to use her evil sorcery to depose the Scarecrow and install herself as Queen of the Emerald City. It's
5.
Charlotte's Web (1973) as Voice Of Templeton
Wilbur is a young pig living on a farm in New England who's terrified that he'll end up on the dinner table. His friend, Charlotte, is a charming spider, who comes to Wilbur's rescue. She weaves words into her web, convincing the farmer that Wilbur is a special pig, too special to kill.
6.
Gidget Gets Married (1972) as Louis B Lattimer
The next-to-last screen adventure of Gidget. In this pilot film, Gidget has finally been married off, and rebels against the social caste system in her husband's company. Monie Ellis, daughter of veteran actress Mona Freeman, followed a long line of up-and-coming actresses in the starring role: Sandra Dee (1959), Deborah Walley (1961), Cindy Carol (1963), Sally Field (1965 TV series), and Karen Valentine (1969 TV movie). Like one or two of her predecessors, Monie Ellis seems to have vanished from the show business scene.
7.
How Sweet It Is! (1968) as The purser
Photographer Grif Henderson is assigned a photo shoot in Paris. He decides to take his wife, Jenny, and his hippie son, Davey, with him on the shoot. Everything gets mucked up when she rents a house that unknowingly belongs to a French lawyer. She must fend off his charms and stay true to Grif. Meanwhile, Grif tries to stay faithful to Jenny while on the shoot.
8.
The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) as Homer Cripps
A woman writing a scientist's biography is mistaken for a spy.
9.
Beach Blanket Bingo (1965) as Bullets
The surfing gang rescues a beautiful singer from evil bikers.
10.
Send Me No Flowers (1964) as Mr. Akins
When he mistakenly thinks he's dying, a hypochondriac tries to choose his wife's next husband.
11.
For Those Who Think Young (1964) as Sid Hoyt
Teens fight to keep a wealthy businessman from shutting down their beachside hangout.
12.
Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963) as Murphy
A lecherous landlord tries to steal a woman from her fiance.
13.
Bye Bye Birdie (1963) as Mr. McAfee
A rock star's personal appearance turns a small town into a disaster area.
14.
Son of Flubber (1963) as Sportscaster
An absent-minded professor gets into legal trouble because of his experiments with a gravity defying substance.
15.
New Faces (1954) as
A filmed performance (in CinemaScope) of the highly popular Broadway hit that was basically a collection of skits, sketches, songs and dances built around a flimsy plot to meld them all together which, for the most part, worked. The plot involves a performer/producer (Ronny Graham)who finds himself in financial difficulties on the eve of opening night because a big check is needed before the curtain can go up. But a wealthy Texan says he will put up the money, if his daughter is in the show and he can see it first. End of plot, but the beginning of the careers of some young and talented people who have had careers across many decades. Ertha Kitt sings four songs, including "C'est Si Bon" and "Santa Baby" in and around some funny skits; "Trip of the Month", "Snake Charmer", "Crazy Man" and "Oedipus Goes South." Graham and Mel Brooks (in his Melvin Brooks days)are credited with most of the sketch material and just the title of the "Oedipus" bit suggests Brooks. There is a burlesque of "Death of a Salesman", which was probably the easiest to write of all. It also appears that when Brooks later did "The Producers", he hadn't forgotten everything about "New Faces."

Writer (feature film)

16.
New Faces (1954) as Addl sketches by
A filmed performance (in CinemaScope) of the highly popular Broadway hit that was basically a collection of skits, sketches, songs and dances built around a flimsy plot to meld them all together which, for the most part, worked. The plot involves a performer/producer (Ronny Graham)who finds himself in financial difficulties on the eve of opening night because a big check is needed before the curtain can go up. But a wealthy Texan says he will put up the money, if his daughter is in the show and he can see it first. End of plot, but the beginning of the careers of some young and talented people who have had careers across many decades. Ertha Kitt sings four songs, including "C'est Si Bon" and "Santa Baby" in and around some funny skits; "Trip of the Month", "Snake Charmer", "Crazy Man" and "Oedipus Goes South." Graham and Mel Brooks (in his Melvin Brooks days)are credited with most of the sketch material and just the title of the "Oedipus" bit suggests Brooks. There is a burlesque of "Death of a Salesman", which was probably the easiest to write of all. It also appears that when Brooks later did "The Producers", he hadn't forgotten everything about "New Faces."

Cast (special)

17.
Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope For President (1980)
A series of sketches that revolve around Bob Hope's presidential campaign, presented on the eve of the 1980 general election.
18.
Paul Lynde Goes M-a-a-a-ad (1979) as Host
A comical salute to the people and things that annoy us all.
19.
Paul Lynde at the Movies (1979) as Host
A comic look at movies as seen through the eyes of Paul Lynde (in the guise of movie buff Maurice Darlyrimple).
20.
Paul Lynde Comedy Hour, The (1978) as Host
A comedy special in which the wishes of Paul Lynde and his guests are comically granted.
21.
Komedy Tonite (1978) as Guest
Music, songs, and comedy sketches by black performers.
22.
Paul Lynde Comedy Hour, The (1977) as Host
An hour of music and comedy with Paul Lynde.
23.
'Twas the Night Before Christmas (1977) as Clark Cosgrove
A special, set in an American household of the 1890s, that relates the story of one Clark Cosgrove, as he struggles to keep his composure on Christmas Eve despite the fact that absolutely nothing is quiet in the house, not even the mice.
24.
Paul Lynde Halloween Special, The (1976) as Host
A comedy special trying to get mileage out of all the creaking, shopworn Halloween cliches.
25.
Donny and Marie Osmond Show, The (1975)
An hour of music and comedy with Donny and Marie.
26.
Paul Lynde Comedy Hour, The (1975) as Host
Songs and comedy sketches with comic actor Paul Lynde.
27.
Perry Como's Summer of '74 (1974)
A musical celebration of Summer, hosted by Perry Como.
28.
Sandy Duncan Show, The (1974)
Music and comedy sketches with Sandy Duncan.
29.
What's Up, America? (1971)
A series of sketches and blackouts that satirize the contemporary American scene.
30.
Henry Fonda and the Family (1962) as Guest
A series of comedy sketches based on the statistically oriented American family.
31.
Ruggles of Red Gap (1957) as Charles Belknap-Jackson
The comic escapades of Alfred Ruggles, the British butler to Egbert Floud, a cattleman in the wild frontier town of Red Gap, as he attempts to adjust to life in America (having been won by Egbert from his owner, the Earl of Brinstead, in a poker game). Based on the "Saturday Evening Post" story by H
32.
Good Fairy, The (1956) as Dr Metz
The story of a movie theater usherette who thinks of herself as a good fairy and strives to make her patrons happy.

Writer (special)

33.
Paul Lynde Comedy Hour, The (1975) as Writer
Songs and comedy sketches with comic actor Paul Lynde.

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