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George Ellis (II) (1919–1983)

George Ellis was born in 1919 in Newport News, Virginia, USA as George Albert Ellis Jr. He was an actor, known for Honey Britches (1971), The Legend of Blood Mountain (1965) and Moonrunners (1975). He died in 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. See full bio »

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(age 64) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Known For

Honey Britches Harlan P. Craven
(1971)
(1965)
Moonrunners Jake Rainey, Bootlegger
(1975)
(1966)

Filmography

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 1981 When the Circus Came to Town (TV Movie)
Rodriguez
 1975 Moonrunners
Jake Rainey, Bootlegger
 1971 Honey Britches
Harlan P. Craven
 1966 Swamp Country (uncredited)
 1965 The Legend of Blood Mountain
Bestoink Dooley
 1958 The Court of Last Resort (TV Series)
Hall
- The Joe Credo Case (1958) ... Hall
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 1975 Blood Beast of Monster Mountain
Bestoink Dooley
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Trivia:

He expanded his 1965 role as "Bestoink Dooley" in a small film about Bigfoot made at the Stone Mountain Park in Georgia into a fondly-remembered television series role as a Friday night horror show host of that name on Atlanta's WAGA television in the 1960s and early seventies. Later on he owned a theatre in Atlanta which specialized in art films.

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