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Friend of Daniel wrote:Tyrell Davis!
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Rick wrote:To me Jack Dodson's arrival on ANDY GRIFFITH was a casting-choice equivalent of jumping the shark. Soon as he showed up it was all over. I wanted to keep watching the show but couldn't stand to watch or listen to the guy.
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Both Winnie the Pooh and Piglet are on this list. That SAYS something.
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horrorfilmx wrote:But he always gets the hot chicks. ....
Aug 5 12 7:18 PM
I found this with a blind google search, wimpy leading man of the 1930s, because there seemed to be so many ineffectual types from that era, and this came up. I never heard of the actor nor do I recognize his face. But I agree with the comment he looks wimpy and he has a wimpy name also. I doubt anyone would pay fifty dollars for his autograph even with the Bambi connection.
HARDIE ALBRIGHT. Scarce vintage 8x10 double-weight satin finish silver tone chest-up publicity portrait, boldly signed and inscribed in blue fountain pen, "To/Nina/not/Columbus'/Nina/but/mine/Hardie/Albright." Fine condition, with a small stain in the bottom border and a tiny bit of paper loss to the bottom left corner tip. Hardie Albright appeared in more than fifty films between 1931-1946. At his peak in the early 1930s, the rather wimpy leading man appeared in major roles opposite such leading ladies as Bette Davis, Barbara Stanwyck and Kay Francis, but was increasingly relegated to smaller roles as the years wore on. In 1942, he provided the voice of Bambi in Disney's animated classic. Signed photographs are extremely uncommon.$50 Hardie Albright
AKA Hardie Hunter Albrecht
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rvoyttbots wrote:The dude in a few of the early 30s OUR GANG shorts. Had a mustache. Wimp fits him perfectly.
Aug 5 12 8:50 PM
The dude in a few of the early 30s OUR GANG shorts. Had a mustache. Wimp fits him perfectly.The guy who told the mule to "Go elsewhere"?
The dude in a few of the early 30s OUR GANG shorts. Had a mustache. Wimp fits him perfectly.
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The Batman of Gotham wrote:kcor wrote:
The dude in a few of the early 30s OUR GANG shorts. Had a mustache. Wimp fits him perfectly.The guy who told the mule to "Go elsewhere"?Johnny Arthur- GJS
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Aug 6 12 5:58 AM
Arthur Lake in those Blondie movies was pretty wimpy. He was always getting fired and Blondie would talk to Mr. Dithers and get his job back.
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