Charles Gerstle Levison Net Worth

Charles Gerstle Levison Net Worth is
$9 Million

Charles Gerstle Levison Bio/Wiki, Net Worth

Skinny, hatchet-faced, bespectacled American character actor, ubiquitous in literally hundreds of films. With his prominent nose, his rimless eyeglasses and his permanent scowl, he typically portrayed short-tempered and often loudmouthed bureaucrats, yes-men and other minor minions, principally in lighter fare.

Full NameCharles Lane
Date Of BirthJanuary 26, 1905
DiedJuly 9, 2007, Santa Monica, California, United States
Place Of BirthSan Francisco, California, USA
Height5' 10" (1.78 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
EducationHarvard University
SpouseRuth Covell
ChildrenTom Lane, Alice Lane
ParentsJacob B. Levison, Alice G. Levison
AwardsTV Land Special Award for 100th Birthday
NominationsIndependent Spirit Award for Best First Feature, Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead, Independent Spirit Award for Best Director
MoviesIt's a Wonderful Life, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, You Can't Take It with You, The Aristocats, Arsenic and Old Lace, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Teacher's Pet, Smart Money, Date with an Angel, The Music Man, The Ugly Dachshund, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, God Is My Partner, Twentieth Cent...
TV ShowsDear Phoebe, Dennis the Menace, The Pruitts of Southampton, The Lucy Show, The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Petticoat Junction, Sybil, The Winds of War, Dark Shadows, Karen
Star SignAquarius
Thanksgiving (1951)$100
1[Interview with Associated Press, 2005, about being typecast] You did something that was pretty good, and the picture was pretty good. That pedigreed you in that type of part, which I thought was stupid, and unfair, too. It didn't give me a chance, but it made casting easier for the studio.
2[regarding the formation of the Screen Actors Guild] They'd [the studios] work you until midnight and get you back at seven in the morning. The actors were taking a terrible licking physically. Generally, as the case with any union, you form it because people are abused.
3Having had so many small parts, there was a character I played that showed up all the time and people did get to know him, like an old friend.
1Charles Lane has appeared in The Donna Reed Show twice though it didn't include him in the credits after the show. It was Season 2 Episode 10; "All Mothers Worry"; released 11/15/1959.
2Animators on "The Simpsons" designed the blue-haired lawyer (who often represents Mr. Burns) to resemble him.
3Played a client for McMahon and Tate on the television show Bewitched (1964) 8 times.
4On a short PBS interview about movies, the interviewer asked him if he had any regrets about the movies. He said that he never got to ride a horse in any of his performances. He told the interviewer he was an excellent horseman and had trained some of the western actors how to ride.
5Had lived in his Brentwood home from 1964 until his death.
6Born to Alice G. and Jacob B. Levison.
7He was one of the last survivors of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
8Among his most cherished possessions is a letter from director Frank Capra declaring, "Well, Charlie, you've been my No. 1 crutch." Capra cast him in 10 films.
9Despite being frequently cast as the perfect foil for Lucille Ball's scatterbrained TV character, he and Lucy were actually good friends. They met when she was a chorus girl and he worked in RKO musicals.
10One of the first actors to join Screen Actors Guild.
11Survived by his son, Tom; his daughter, Alice; and granddaughter, Lucy.
12Father of Tom Lane.
13Began his acting career performing Chekhov, Shakespeare and Noel Coward at the Pasadena Playhouse during the 1930s.
14Starting on the stage in the late 1920s, he was a founding member of SAG at its first public meeting on October 8, 1933.
15One of the founders of the television academy, he was honored at the Emmy Awards in 2005, on the occasion of his 100th birthday, as being its oldest surviving member.
16January 30th was named "Charles Lane Day" by the Screen Actors Guild in 2005.
17Was honored on March 16, 2005, at the TVLand Awards for his long career and his 100th birthday. When he received his award, he said in his still-booming voice, "In case anyone's interested, I'm still available!"
18Made frequent guest appearances on I Love Lucy (1951) and The Lucy Show (1962), almost always playing some sort of unfriendly bureaucrat with no patience for Lucy's addle-brained schemes.
19Perhaps remembered as Homer Bedloe, the scheming railwayman in TV's Petticoat Junction (1963).
20For prime displays of Lane's acting forte, one may see him as the stage manager (billed as "Charles Levison") in Howard Hawks' Twentieth Century (1934), in which he played with John Barrymore, or as the tax assessor in Frank Capra's You Can't Take It with You (1938), pitted against - coincidentally enough - Lionel Barrymore. Thus may one learn who ordinarily got the better (or the worst) of whom! Years later Lane would again star with Lionel in It's a Wonderful Life (1946), as mean Mr. Potter's rent collector.


The Millionaire1958TV SeriesSimon Whipple
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour1958TV SeriesCustoms Officer / Claims Clerk
Richard Diamond, Private Detective1958TV SeriesKevin Anders
Perry Mason1958TV SeriesDr. Williams
The Lineup1958TV SeriesGallagher
The Bob Cummings Show1958TV SeriesJollisson
Teacher's Pet1958Roy
The Restless Gun1958TV SeriesMayor Peter Mercer
How to Marry a Millionaire1958TV SeriesEmil Quincy / Mr. Parkhurst
The Gray Ghost1958TV SeriesHall
The Thin Man1957TV SeriesHarry Gordon
Telephone Time1957TV SeriesJosiah
God Is My Partner1957Judge Warner
The Joseph Cotten Show: On Trial1957TV SeriesGrayson
The People's Choice1957TV SeriesManager
Top Secret Affair1957Bill Hadley
Lux Video Theatre1957TV SeriesWalter Medford
The Birds and the Bees1956Charlie Jenkins - Bartender
Star Stage1956TV Series
I Love Lucy1953-1956TV SeriesPassport Office Clerk / Mr. Hickox / Casting Director / ...
Screen Directors Playhouse1955TV SeriesJoseph P. Garrity
Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre1955TV SeriesHenry
Kiss Me Deadly1955Doctor (uncredited)
Dear Phoebe1954-1955TV SeriesMr. Fosdick / G. R.. Fosdick
Willy1954TV SeriesWilly's Boss
Topper1954TV SeriesMr. Kittler
Duffy's Tavern1954TV Series
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis1953Chemistry Professor Obispo
Remains to Be Seen1953Delapp (examiner)
The Juggler1953Rosenberg
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show1951-1953TV SeriesMr. Fitzpatrick / Joe Crawford
Three for Bedroom C1952Trainman (uncredited)
The Sniper1952Drunk in Bar (uncredited)
Here Comes the Groom1951FBI Agent Ralph Burchard (uncredited)
Criminal Lawyer1951Frederick Waterman (uncredited)
I Can Get It for You Wholesale1951Herman Pulvermacher (uncredited)
For Heaven's Sake1950Arthur Crane (IRS) (uncredited)
The Du Pont Story1950Lammot du Pont
The Second Face1950Mr. West - Insurance Claims Adjustor
Love That Brute1950Joe Evans - Cigar Store Owner (uncredited)
Riding High1950Erickson
The Yellow Cab Man1950L.A. Casualty Co. Executive (uncredited)
Borderline1950Peterson--U.S. Customs Man (uncredited)
Backfire1950Dr. Nolan (uncredited)
Miss Grant Takes Richmond1949Mr. Woodruff (uncredited)
The House Across the Street1949Apartment Manager (uncredited)
Mighty Joe Young1949Producer (uncredited)
You're My Everything1949Mr. Eddie Pflum (uncredited)
Mother Is a Freshman1949Mr. De Haven (uncredited)
The Boy with Green Hair1948Passerby (uncredited)
Apartment for Peggy1948Prof. Collins (uncredited)
Moonrise1948Mr. Chandler - Man in Black
Out of the Storm1948Mr. Evans
The Gentleman from Nowhere1948Fenmore
Race Street1948Switchboard Operator-Clerk (uncredited)
Smart Woman1948Reporter (uncredited)
State of the Union1948Blink Moran
Call Northside 7771948Prosecuting Attorney (uncredited)
Intrigue1947Hotel Desk Clerk
Roses Are Red1947Lipton
Bury Me Dead1947Mr. Brighton (uncredited)
Living in a Big Way1947Hawkins (uncredited)
It Happened on Fifth Avenue1947Landlord (uncredited)
The Farmer's Daughter1947Jackson - Campaign Reporter
It's a Wonderful Life1946Real Estate Salesman (as Charlie Lane)
Swell Guy1946Ben Tilwell (uncredited)
The Show-Off1946Quiz Master (uncredited)
The Invisible Informer1946Nick Steele
Mysterious Intruder1946Detective Burns
Just Before Dawn1946Dr. Steiner (uncredited)
A Close Call for Boston Blackie1946Hack Hagen (uncredited)
Arsenic and Old Lace1944Reporter
Mission to Moscow1943Man in Kitchenin Montage (uncredited)
Flying Tigers1942Repkin (uncredited)
Pardon My Sarong1942Bus Company Superintendent (uncredited)
Friendly Enemies1942Braun
Lady in a Jam1942Government Man (uncredited)
Thru Different Eyes1942Mott
Are Husbands Necessary?1942Mr. Brooks
They All Kissed the Bride1942Spotter (uncredited)
The Mad Martindales1942Virgil Hickling
Broadway1942Hungry Harry (uncredited)
Sunday Punch1942Ringside Spectator at Ole's First Fight (uncredited)
Tarzan's New York Adventure1942Gould Beaton
Home in Wyomin'1942Newspaper Editor
About Face1942ShortRental Car Manager
Yokel Boy1942Cynic (uncredited)
The Adventures of Martin Eden1942Mr. White, Publisher (uncredited)
The Great Man's Lady1942Pierce (uncredited)
What's Cookin'?1942K.D. Reynolds
Born to Sing1942Johnny (uncredited)
Ride 'Em Cowboy1942Martin Manning (uncredited)
The Lady Is Willing1942K.K. Miller
Obliging Young Lady1942Private Detective Smith
A Close Call for Ellery Queen1942Coroner (uncredited)
A Gentleman at Heart1942Holloway
Sealed Lips1942Attorney Emanuel 'Manny' T. Dixon
Ball of Fire1941Larsen
Look Who's Laughing1941Club Secretary (uncredited)
Appointment for Love1941Smith (uncredited)
Birth of the Blues1941Wilbur - Theater Manager (uncredited)
I Wake Up Screaming1941Keating--Florist
New York Town1941Census Taker (uncredited)
Three Girls About Town1941Mortician (uncredited)
Buy Me That Town1941J. Montague Gainsborough
Sing Another Chorus1941Ryan
Ellery Queen and the Perfect Crime1941Dr. Prouty
The Big Store1941Finance Company Man (uncredited)
Blondie in Society1941Washing Machine Salesman (uncredited)
Sis Hopkins1941Rollo
Barnacle Bill1941Auctioneer (uncredited)
Repent at Leisure1941Clarence Morgan
Ellery Queen's Penthouse Mystery1941Doc Prouty
Footlight Fever1941Link - Insurance Agent
You're the One1941Announcer
Back Street1941Blake (uncredited)
The Invisible Woman1940Growley
Texas Rangers Ride Again1940Train Passenger (uncredited)
Ellery Queen, Master Detective1940Dr. Prouty
Dancing on a Dime1940Freeman Taylor
Blondie Plays Cupid1940Train Conductor (uncredited)
A Little Bit of Heaven1940Stafford (uncredited)
City for Conquest1940Al - Dance Team Manager (uncredited)
The Leather Pushers1940Henry 'Mitch' Mitchell
The Great Profile1940Director
Rhythm on the River1940Bernard Schwartz
We Who Are Young1940Perkins
The Night Before ChristmasShort post-productionNarrator (voice)
Queen of the Mob1940Horace Grimley
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes1995TV MovieRegent Yarborough
You Can't Fool Your Wife1940Salesman (scenes deleted)
Acting on Impulse1993TV MovieBellhop
On Their Own1940Johnson
Shannon's Deal1991TV Series
Alias the Deacon1940Supervisor (uncredited)
Dark Shadows1991TV SeriesAntique Dealer
Edison, the Man1940Second Lecturer (uncredited)
L.A. Law1989TV SeriesWalter Graf
The Crooked Road1940Phil Wesner, Defense Attorney
War and Remembrance1988TV Mini-SeriesAdm. William Standley
I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby1940Gannon (uncredited)
The New Leave It to Beaver1987-1988TV SeriesMr. Strawn
The Doctor Takes a Wife1940Reporter (uncredited)
St. Elsewhere1987TV SeriesRichard Welte
Buck Benny Rides Again1940Charlie Graham
Date with an Angel1987Father O'Shea
It's a Date1940Mr. Horner (uncredited)
Hunter1987TV SeriesMotel Owner
Primrose Path1940Mr. 'Smitty' Smith / Hawkins (uncredited)
Vanishing America1986VideoShopkeeper
Johnny Apollo1940Assistant District Attorney
When the Bough Breaks1986TV MovieVan der Graaf
Parole Fixer1940Florist's Customer (uncredited)
Murphy's Romance1985Amos Abbott
Charlie McCarthy, Detective1939Charlie's Doctor (uncredited)
Comedy Factory1985TV SeriesGeorge McCloskey
The Honeymoon's Over1939D.W. O'Connor (uncredited)
Otherworld1985TV Mini-SeriesMr. Velcrows Widley
The Cat and the Canary1939Reporter (uncredited)
Sunset Limousine1983TV MovieReinhammer
Beware Spooks!1939Mr. Moore, Credit Man (uncredited)
Strange Invaders1983Professor Hollister
Television Spy1939Mr. Adler (as Charles L. Lane)
The Winds of War1983TV Mini-SeriesAdm. William Standley
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington1939Nosey
Little House on the Prairie1982TV SeriesJess Moffet
Honeymoon in Bali1939Photographer for Morrissey's (uncredited)
Strange Behavior1981Donovan
Golden Boy1939Drake - Reporter (uncredited)
The Return of the Beverly Hillbillies1981TV MovieChief
Fifth Avenue Girl1939Union Representative (uncredited)
Lou Grant1979-1981TV SeriesRupert Hume / Mort Farber
Miracles for Sale1939Fleetwood Apartments Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Phyl & Mikhy1980TV Series
They All Come Out1939Psychiatrist
Mork & Mindy1980TV SeriesJudge Baker
News Is Made at Night1939District Attorney Rufe Reynolds
The Little Dragons1979J.J.
Second Fiddle1939Studio Chief (uncredited)
Movie Movie1978Judge / Mr. Pennington
Unexpected Father1939Department of Health Quarantine Man (uncredited)
ABC Weekend Specials1978TV SeriesWalter Becker
Rose of Washington Square1939Sam Kress
Soap1978TV SeriesJudge Petrillo Judge Anthony Petrillo
Lucky Night1939Carpenter
Maude1977TV SeriesDoc Pritchard
Let Us Live1939Auto Salesman (uncredited)
Chico and the Man1976TV SeriesFred Cripps
Inside Story1939District Attorney
Sybil1976TV Mini-SeriesDr. Quinoness
Boy Slaves1939Albee
Family1976TV SeriesJames Lawrence
The Family Holvak1975TV SeriesDeacon Hurd
Thanks for Everything1938Dr. Olson
Karen1975TV SeriesDale Busch
Blondie1938Furniture Salesman (uncredited)
Love Nest1975TV MovieNed
Always in Trouble1938Donald Gower
Rhoda1974TV SeriesMr. Fosner
Three Loves Has Nancy1938Cleaning Store Manager (uncredited)
Medical Center1974TV SeriesDr. Kelford
You Can't Take It with You1938Henderson
The Rookies1973TV SeriesDealer
Professor Beware1938Joe - Photographer (uncredited)
Adam's Rib1973TV SeriesMayor
The Rage of Paris1938Department Head (uncredited)
The Odd Couple1973TV SeriesSid
Cocoanut Grove1938Weaver (uncredited)
The New Temperatures Rising Show1972TV SeriesFulton Briggs
Joy of Living1938Fan in Margaret's Dressing Room (uncredited)
Get to Know Your Rabbit1972Mr. Beeman
City Girl1938Dr. Abbott (uncredited)
The Great Man's Whiskers1972TV MoviePhilbrick
In Old Chicago1937Booking Agent (scenes deleted)
Bewitched1965-1972TV SeriesMr. Roland / Mr. Cushman / Harold Jameson / ...
Nothing Sacred1937Rubenstein (uncredited)
Nanny and the Professor1970-1971TV SeriesTicket Seller / Driving Inspector
Ali Baba Goes to Town1937Doctor
Hitched1971TV MovieRound Tree
Partners in Crime1937Druggist (uncredited)
The Beverly Hillbillies1963-1971TV SeriesFoster Phinney / Homer Bedloe / Billy Hacker
Danger - Love at Work1937Gilroy
The AristoCats1970Georges Hautecourt (voice)
Hot Water1937Grayson (uncredited)
The Doris Day Show1970TV SeriesJudge Carter
Trapped by G-Men1937Fingers
The Debbie Reynolds Show1970TV SeriesSamson
Fit for a King1937Spears (uncredited)
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1969TV SeriesMr. Pfeiffer
Bad Guy1937Walden's Lawyer (uncredited)
The Flying Nun1969TV SeriesMr. O' Reilly
One Mile from Heaven1937Webb (uncredited)
Petticoat Junction1963-1968TV SeriesHomer Bedloe
Born Reckless1937Barnes' Lawyer (uncredited)
Green Acres1968TV SeriesMr. Wilson
Big Business1937Webster - Bank Representative (uncredited)
Did You Hear the One About the Traveling Saleslady?1968Mr. Duckworth
Venus Makes Trouble1937District Attorney
What's So Bad About Feeling Good?1968Dr. Shapiro
Internes Can't Take Money1937Grote
Judd for the Defense1968TV SeriesBridgeman
Sea Devils1937Judge (uncredited)
Gomer Pyle: USMC1964-1967TV SeriesCharlie / General Richards
We're on the Jury1937Mr. Horace Smith
The Wild Wild West1967TV SeriesRoger Creed
Criminal Lawyer1937Nora's Attorney (uncredited)
He & She1967TV SeriesMr. Simpson
Three Men on a Horse1936Cleaner (uncredited)
The Gnome-Mobile1967Dr. Scoggins
Come Closer, Folks1936Prosecutor (uncredited)
Eight on the Lam1967Bank Examiner (uncredited)
Easy to Take1936Skip - Reporter (as Charles Levinson)
The Phyllis Diller Show1966-1967TV SeriesMaxwell
Lady Luck1936Feinberg (as Charles Levinson)
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre1966TV SeriesCharles Eckhardt
Two-Fisted Gentleman1936Joe Gordon
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.1966TV SeriesRalph Harrison
36 Hours to Kill1936Rickert
F Troop1966TV SeriesMr. S. A. MacGuire
The Bride Walks Out1936Judge (uncredited)
Love on a Rooftop1966TV SeriesBert Bennington
The Crime of Dr. Forbes1936Defense Attorney
The Ugly Dachshund1966Judge
Ticket to Paradise1936Shyster (uncredited)
The Munsters1966TV SeriesMr. Edgar Z. Holmes
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town1936Hallor (uncredited)
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken1966Lawyer Whitlow
It Had to Happen1936State Examiner (uncredited)
Honey West1966TV SeriesAsh
The Milky Way1936Willard
Please Don't Eat the Daisies1966TV SeriesMan
Two for Tonight1935Writer
Get Smart1965TV SeriesUncle Abner
Here Comes the Band1935Mr. Scurry
The Donna Reed Show1965TV SeriesMr. Samson
Woman Wanted1935Defense Attorney Herman (uncredited)
The Farmer's Daughter1965TV SeriesClerk
Ginger1935Judge (uncredited)
My Brother the Angel1965TV SeriesWiggins
Princess O'Hara1935Morris Goldberg (uncredited)
Billie1965Coach Jones
One More Spring1935Representative (uncredited)
John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!1965'Strife' Magazine Editor
The Band Plays On1934Shyster Lawyer (uncredited)
The Cara Williams Show1965TV SeriesMcAvie
A Wicked Woman1934Defense Attorney Beardsley (uncredited)
Kentucky Jones1965TV SeriesDoc Axby
Broadway Bill1934Morgan's Henchman (uncredited)
Wendy and Me1965TV SeriesMr. Benson
I'll Fix It1934Al Nathan (as Charles Levinson)
The Bing Crosby Show1964TV Series
Let's Talk It Over1934Reporter (uncredited)
The Bill Dana Show1963-1964TV SeriesDoctor / Mr. Hanley
Twentieth Century1934Max Jacobs aka Max Mandelbaum (as Charles Levison)
Looking for Love1964Screen Test Director
Twenty Million Sweethearts1934Reporter (uncredited)
Good Neighbor Sam1964Jack Bailey
Looking for Trouble1934Switchboard Operator (as Charles Levinson)
The New Interns1964Connors
The Show-Off1934Mr. Weitzenkorn (uncredited)
The Carpetbaggers1964Denby
Mr. Skitch1933Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
The Joey Bishop Show1964TV SeriesMr. Cosgrove
Advice to the Lovelorn1933Circulation Manager (uncredited)
Temple Houston1964TV SeriesAmos Riggs
Broadway Thru a Keyhole1933Columnist #2 (replaced by Andrew Tombes) (uncredited)
The Andy Griffith Show1964TV SeriesMr. Frisby
The Bowery1933Doctor (uncredited)
Make Room for Daddy1959-1963TV SeriesMr. Baker / Oliver Watkins
My Woman1933Conn - Bothersome Agent (as Charles Levison)
The Wheeler Dealers1963Judge (uncredited)
She Had to Say Yes1933Mr. Bernstein (uncredited)
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World1963Airport Manager
Private Detective 621933Process Server (uncredited)
Burke's Law1963TV SeriesDr. Lusk
Gold Diggers of 19331933Society Reporter (uncredited)
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis1959-1963TV SeriesCharlie Wayzack / P.T. Atwater / Charles Wayzak / ...
Central Airport1933Amarillo Radio Operator (uncredited)
Papa's Delicate Condition1963Mr. Cosgrove
42nd Street1933Author of 'Pretty Lady' (uncredited)
The Real McCoys1957-1963TV SeriesHarry Poulson / Man / Mr. Leland
Blondie Johnson1933Cashier (uncredited)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington1963TV SeriesCaleb
Grand Slam1933Ivan (uncredited)
77 Sunset Strip1963TV SeriesHenry Distal
Employees' Entrance1933Shoe Salesman (uncredited)
Saints and Sinners1962TV SeriesFaye
Blessed Event1932Kane (uncredited)
The Lucy Show1962TV SeriesMr. Barnsdahl
The Mouthpiece1932Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
McKeever & the Colonel1962TV SeriesMayor
Union Depot1932Luggage Checkroom Clerk (uncredited)
Dennis the Menace1960-1962TV SeriesLawrence Finch
Manhattan Parade1931Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Mister Ed1962TV SeriesCharley Foster
Blonde Crazy1931Four-Eyes - Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Ernestine1962TV Movie
The Road to Singapore1931Desk Clerk at Club (uncredited)
The Comedy Spot1962TV SeriesMr. Martin
Smart Money1931Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)
The Music Man1962Constable Locke
City Girl1930Train Station Pedestrian (uncredited)
Lawman1962TV SeriesMorris Weeks
Maverick1962TV SeriesProprietor
Surfside 61961-1962TV SeriesCyrus Radford / Joseph Cooper
Pete and Gladys1961-1962TV SeriesSlater / Mr. Vincent
Hawaiian Eye1962TV SeriesCrosby Page
The Bob Cummings Show1961TV Series
The Tab Hunter Show1961TV SeriesDr. Spike
Guestward Ho!1961TV SeriesMr. Langdon
The DuPont Show with June Allyson1961TV SeriesDr. Shelley
The Untouchables1961TV SeriesAlcatraz Official
The Twilight Zone1960TV SeriesMr. Peckinpaugh
Bachelor Father1960TV SeriesMr. Pettigrew
Goodyear Theatre1959TV SeriesAdam
Fibber McGee and Molly1959TV SeriesBill Gordon
But Not for Me1959Al Atwood
The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock1959Stanford Bates
Whirlybirds1959TV SeriesLarkin
The Mating Game1959Inspector General Bigelow
The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna1957-1959TV SeriesPierce
The Ann Sothern Show1959TV SeriesCameron


The AristoCats1970performer: "Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay" - uncredited
Petticoat Junction1966-1968TV Series performer - 4 episodes
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis1963TV Series performer - 1 episode
Dennis the Menace1962TV Series performer - 1 episode


The Night Before ChristmasShort special thanks post-production


The History of Hooterville2005Video documentaryHimself
Paul Henning & The Hillbillies2005Video documentaryHimself
The 3rd Annual TV Land Awards2005TV SpecialHimself
Today2005TV SeriesHimself
11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2005TV SpecialHimself - Taped Segment in Honor of 100th Birthday
Rendezvous in Space1964Documentary shortMan-in-street interview (uncredited)

Archive Footage

Biography2001TV Series documentaryHimself
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1968-1978TV SeriesDr. Scroggins / Judge
The Invisible Woman1966ShortMr. Growley
Alcatraz Express1960TV Movie
The Adventures of Frank Merriwell1936Man in Front Row (uncredited)
The Florentine Dagger1935Man in Front Row (uncredited)
Smoked Hams1934ShortAudience Extra (unconfirmed, uncredited)

Won Awards

2005Special AwardTV Land Awards

Known for movies

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