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Also Known As: M/Sgt. Ezra Stone Died: March 3, 1994
Born: December 2, 1917 Cause of Death: car accident
Birth Place: New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA Profession: actor, writer, director, producer, teacher, farmer

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The term veteran entertainer truly describes this actor, director, producer and writer of stage, TV and film. In addition to playing the happy-go-lucky teen Henry Aldrich on radio's popular comedy "The Aldrich Family" from 1938-50, Stone racked up more than 1,000 other film, TV, radio and stage credits. Among them, a supporting role in the film "Those Were the Days," (1940) and directorial credits from the early days of TV to the late-1970s, including three short-lived early variety series: "Fireball Fun for All" (NBC, 1949), "The All-Star Revue" (NBC, 1950-53) and "Sound Off Time" (NBC, 1952-55). Stone's other TV directorial assignments included "Time for Elizabeth" (NBC, 1964), a comedy-drama special starring Groucho Marx, some installments of the campy sci-fi series, "Lost in Space" (CBS, 1965-68), and "Love American Style" (ABC, 1969-74).

The term veteran entertainer truly describes this actor, director, producer and writer of stage, TV and film. In addition to playing the happy-go-lucky teen Henry Aldrich on radio's popular comedy "The Aldrich Family" from 1938-50, Stone racked up more than 1,000 other film, TV, radio and stage credits. Among them, a supporting role in the film "Those Were the Days," (1940) and directorial credits from the early days of TV to the late-1970s, including three short-lived early variety series: "Fireball Fun for All" (NBC, 1949), "The All-Star Revue" (NBC, 1950-53) and "Sound Off Time" (NBC, 1952-55). Stone's other TV directorial assignments included "Time for Elizabeth" (NBC, 1964), a comedy-drama special starring Groucho Marx, some installments of the campy sci-fi series, "Lost in Space" (CBS, 1965-68), and "Love American Style" (ABC, 1969-74).

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DIRECTOR:

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  The Daydreamer (1966) Director
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  Time For Elizabeth (1964) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Munster's Revenge, The (1981) Dr Lichtliter
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 Very Missing Person, A (1972) Judge
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 This Is the Army (1943) Soldier
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 Those Were the Days! (1940) Alexander "Allie" Bangs
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1936:
Had one of his earliest stage roles in "Brother Rat"
1938:
Created the character Henry Aldrich on famed radio show "The Aldrich Family"
1939:
Broadway directorial debut, "See My Lawyer"
1940:
Early film appearance in comedy "Those Were the Days"
1949:
Co-directed and co-produced with Edward F. Cline the hour-long TV weekly variety show "Fireball Fun for All"
1960:
Feature directorial debut, "Tammy and The Millionaire"
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Last TV direction. Episodes of the children's sci-fi series, "Space Academy" in the late 1970s
1981:
Last TV acting role, Dr. Lichtliter in TV movie sequel, "The Munsters' Revenge"
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Education

American Academy of Dramatic Arts: New York , New York - 1935

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