(February 24 to March 7, 1942) He played the Prop Man in George Cochran Hazelton and J.H. Benrimo's play, "The Yellow Jacket," at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, California with Bert Wayne Morris in the cast. Gilmor Brown was artistic director. T.B. Henry was director. Bobker Ben Ali was also director. Betty Flint was ...
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I am the most fortunate self-taught harpist and non-speaking actor who has ever lived.
Usually wore a raincoat, beat up top hat and a red wig. Rarely spoke in his roles and never in films with his brothers. He would use pantomime and often had a bike horn to communicate with. He often had a scene where he would play a harp with great skill.