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Also Known As: Died: June 6, 1979
Born: August 10, 1899 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Boston, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Toured as a song and dance man in vaudeville
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Appeared in the Broadway musicals "Good News" and "Gay Paree"
1927:
Film debut as a radio announcer in "Broadway Madness"
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Signed by 20th Century Fox
1930:
Appeared in "Follow Thru"
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Returned to the stage to appear in "Free for All"
1933:
Returned to films in "Sitty Pretty"
1936:
Co-starred with Shirley Temple in "The Poor Little Rich Girl"
1936:
First teaming with Judy Garland, "Pigskin Parade"
1937:
Teamed with Alice Faye in "Wake Up"
1938:
Reteamed with Temple in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm"
1938:
Appeared opposite Faye in "Alexander's Ragtime Band"
1939:
Loaned to MGM to replace Buddy Ebsen as the Tin Man in "The Wizard of Oz"
1949:
Final feature for nearly twenty years "Make Mine Laughs"
1950:
Hosted "Ford Star Revue" (NBC)
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Retired in the 1950s; began second career in real estate
1970:
Made one-shot return to features in "Norwood", directed by Jack Haley Jr
1972:
Appeared in the ABC TV-movie "Rolling Man"

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