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Also Known As: Died: February 1, 1994
Born: February 28, 1909 Cause of Death: lung cancer
Birth Place: Profession: actor

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Soule had his heyday during the golden age of radio, amassing lead credits starting in 1933 with "Little Orphan Annie" and "Jack Armstrong, All-American Boy" and achieving his greatest fame on the serial "First Nighter." On TV, Soule appeared as a regular on "Captain Midnight" (1954), in guest spots on various series including "The Six-Million-Dollar Man" and "Simon and Simon," and provided voices for several cartoon characters beginning with Batman on "Super Friends" (1973). His last TV work included a bit part in "The Jerk, Too" (1984), a sequel/remake of the Steve Martin feature vehicle, and a recurring role on the detective series "Simon and Simon" (1986).

Soule had his heyday during the golden age of radio, amassing lead credits starting in 1933 with "Little Orphan Annie" and "Jack Armstrong, All-American Boy" and achieving his greatest fame on the serial "First Nighter." On TV, Soule appeared as a regular on "Captain Midnight" (1954), in guest spots on various series including "The Six-Million-Dollar Man" and "Simon and Simon," and provided voices for several cartoon characters beginning with Batman on "Super Friends" (1973). His last TV work included a bit part in "The Jerk, Too" (1984), a sequel/remake of the Steve Martin feature vehicle, and a recurring role on the detective series "Simon and Simon" (1986).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Jerk, Too, The (1984) Mr Baxter--Postman
2.
 Code Red (1981)
3.
 The Shaggy D.A. (1976) Bar Patron
5.
 Legend of Lizzie Borden, The (1975) Eli Bence
6.
 The Towering Inferno (1974) Engineer
7.
 Six-Million-Dollar Man, The (1973) Saltillo
8.
 D.A.: Conspiracy to Kill, The (1971) Dr Samuels
9.
 The Seven Minutes (1971) Harvey Underwood
10.
 The Destructors (1968)
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1933:
Early lead role on radio, "Little Orphan Annie"
1950:
Film acting debut, "Destination Big House"
1954:
TV debut, playing Aristotle "Tut" Jones on "Captain Midnight"
1986:
Last TV appearance, "Simon and Simon"
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