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List of Sterling Holloway Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
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Gold Diggers of 1933
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Gold Diggers of 1933 is musical romantic comedy film which revolves around three aspiring actresses, who gets involved with a playboy producer, who has everything that he needs for a show, except the money. Brad Roberts, the girls’ neighbor, decides to help them out with the money. However, they get suspicious because he refuses to appear in the show, despite his talents.

Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Jane Wyman, Joan Blondell, Warren William, Aline MacMahon, Dick Powell
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
2. Going Hollywood (1933)
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Going Hollywood
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2

Going Hollywood is a romantic musical film which tells the story of Sylvia, a bored teacher, who wants nothing more than to find romance in her life. When she falls for the voice of a singing star named Bill on the radio, she pursues him all the way to Hollywood.  

Starring:
Bing Crosby, Stuart Erwin, Marion Davies, Ned Sparks, Fifi D'Orsay
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
3. Operator 13 (1934)
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Operator 13
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Starring:
Gary Cooper, Hattie McDaniel, Marion Davies, Ted Healy, Jean Parker
Directed By:
Richard Boleslawski
4. Meet John Doe (1941)
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Meet John Doe
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A tramp turns into a national hero and becomes a pawn of big business, thanks to a reporter's fraudulent story.

Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Walter Brennan, Gary Cooper, Spring Byington, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Frank Capra
5. Remember the Night (1940)
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Remember the Night
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Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Beulah Bondi, Elizabeth Patterson, Willard Robertson
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
6. Fast Workers (1933)
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2
Fast Workers
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Starring:
John Gilbert, Robert Armstrong, Mae Clarke, Vince Barnett, Muriel Kirkland
Directed By:
Tod Browning
8. The Woman I Love (1937)
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The Woman I Love
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2

During the Second World War, French fighter pilot Lt. Claude Maury gains a bad reputation because of his daredevil attitude, as during his missions, most of his gunners are killed or wounded. Only Lt Jean Herbillion volunteers to fly with him, but Maury is unaware of the fact that Herbillion is having an affair with his wife.

Starring:
Paul Muni, Miriam Hopkins, Louis Hayward, Colin Clive
Directed By:
Anatole Litvak
9. The Merry Widow (1934)
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The Merry Widow
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King Achmet of Marshovia, a small kingdom, is having a serious problem. The main taxpayer of his kingdom, Sonia, who pays around 52 percent of the taxes, has left for Paris, and she is going to get married soon. Therefore, the king hires the dashing Count Danilo, to court and marry her, so that their kingdom will not lose the money. However, the task is not going to be that easy.

Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, Edward Everett Horton, Jeanette MacDonald, Una Merkel
Directed By:
Ernst Lubitsch
10. American Madness (1932)
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American Madness
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Starring:
Walter Huston, Kay Johnson, Gavin Gordon, Pat O'Brien, Constance Cummings
Directed By:
Allan Dwan, Frank Capra, Roy William Neill
11. Wild Boys of the Road (1933)
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Wild Boys of the Road
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Role:
Ollie
Starring:
Frankie Darro, Rochelle Hudson, Dorothy Coonan Wellman, Edwin Phillips
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
12. One Track Minds (1933)
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2
One Track Minds
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2
Starring:
Zasu Pitts, Jack Rube Clifford, Thelma Todd, Lucien Prival, Billy Gilbert
Directed By:
Gus Meins
13. A Walk in the Sun (1945)
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A Walk in the Sun
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2
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, George Tyne
Directed By:
Lewis Milestone
14. International House (1933)
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International House
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2

When Chinese inventor Dr. Wong invites bids for his latest creation, a television-like device, both potential buyers and stealers gather in the metropolitan hotel, International House, in Wuhu, China. One of them, Tommy Nash, the representative of an American electric company, also wants to marry his sweetheart Carol, but after he develops rashes, the whole hotel is quarantined.

Starring:
Bela Lugosi, W. C. Fields, Gracie Allen, George Burns, Stuart Erwin, Rudy Vallee
Directed By:
A. Edward Sutherland
15. Blonde Venus (1932)
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Blonde Venus
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Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, Cary Grant, Hattie McDaniel, Herbert Marshall, Dickie Moore, Gene Morgan
Directed By:
Josef von Sternberg
16. Professor Beware (1938)
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Professor Beware
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Professor Dean Lambert is doing research on the death of the ancient Egyptian Neferus. Interestingly, he has a resemblance to the latter as well, and he believes that falling in love with ruin him, like it did to Neferus. However, when he is asked to resign from the museum after an incident, he decides to join an expedition to Egypt from New York.

Starring:
William Frawley, Harold Lloyd, Raymond Walburn, Lionel Stander
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
17. Life Begins at 40 (1935)
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2
Life Begins at 40
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2

In a small town in the US, the publisher of a local newspaper finds himself in opposition to the local banker, when a young lad is possibly framed and jailed for a robbery from the bank.   

Starring:
Will Rogers, Jane Darwell, George Barbier, Richard Cromwell, Rochelle Hudson
Directed By:
George Marshall
18. Man, Monsters and Mysteries (1974)
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2
Man, Monsters and Mysteries
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2
Role:
Nessie (voice)
Starring:
Sebastian Cabot
Directed By:
Les Clark
19. Picture Snatcher (1933)
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Picture Snatcher
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3
Starring:
James Cagney, Alice White, Ralf Harolde, Ralph Bellamy, Patricia Ellis
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
20. Of Human Hearts (1938)
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Of Human Hearts
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Ethan Wilkins is a poor, honest preacher, whose son Jason dreams of becoming a doctor. Jason continuously asks his mother for money to pay for his fancy things and education, which she willingly does. He earns fame during the Civil War; however, he forgets all about his mother who struggles with poverty after Ethan’s death. Will Jason ever realize his mistake? 

Starring:
James Stewart, John Carradine, Walter Huston, Beulah Bondi, Charles Coburn, Guy Kibbee
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
21. When Ladies Meet (1933)
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When Ladies Meet
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Mary is a young writer who is working on a novel about a love triangle. She is attracted to her publisher, but Jimmy, who is attracted to her, is determined to break them apart. Therefore, he introduces Mary to a woman who happens to be the wife of the publisher, but he does not tell Mary about her identity.

Starring:
Alice Brady, Myrna Loy, Frank Morgan, Robert Montgomery, Ann Harding
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard, Harry Beaumont
22. Hard to Handle (1933)
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Hard to Handle
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A small time con artist named Lefty Merrill, has co-organized a danced marathon, and has set it up in a way, that his girlfriend will win the prize money. However when his partner disappears with the money before the contest is over, he has no other way but to come up with a series of cons to pay it back.

Starring:
James Cagney, Mary Brian, Allen Jenkins, Ruth Donnelly, Claire Dodd
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
23. My Six Loves (1963)
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My Six Loves
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2

My Six Loves is an American comedy film, which tells the story of Janice, a Broadway musical star, who arrives home and finds six runaway children. She decides to take them in, and eventually becomes close to them. However, when one of the children runs away, when she returns to Broadway, Janice faces a life-changing decision. 

Starring:
Debbie Reynolds, Alice Ghostley, Cliff Robertson, David Janssen, Eileen Heckart, Hans Conried
Directed By:
Gower Champion
24. Star Spangled Rhythm (1942)
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Star Spangled Rhythm
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A musical made during WWII to entertain troops, raise funds and boost morale. Silent Era-Star, Billy Webster is now a gateman at Paramount studios. However, his Navy serviceman son, Johnny, thinks he is a studio executive. As Johnny is arriving with his shipmates, to preserve his illusion, Billy takes help of studio switchboard-operator, Polly, to put up a show with Hollywood’s mega-stars.

Starring:
Alan Ladd, Bob Hope, Eva Gabor, Cecil B. DeMille, Ray Milland, Paulette Goddard, Susan Hayward
Directed By:
George Marshall, A. Edward Sutherland
25. Faithless (1932)
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Faithless
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Carol Morgan is a spoiled wealthy socialite living in New York, who decides to break off her engagement with Bill Wade, after refusing to live on his modest salary over her own wealth. However, due to a turn of events, she ends up losing everything. She decides to reconcile with Bill but learns that he has lost his job as well, the very same day.

Starring:
Robert Montgomery, Hugh Herbert, Tallulah Bankhead, Louise Closser Hale, Maurice Murphy
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
26. Doubting Thomas (1935)
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Doubting Thomas
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A Hollywood agent visits a small town where many of the residents are aspiring actors. He meets one of them, whose name is Peggy, a beautician, but her father forbids her to pursue acting as a career. Soon, the whole town gets together to plan a play, and Peggy along with her mother, who also wanted to be an actress, join forces to work on their dream.

Role:
Mr. Spindler
Starring:
Will Rogers, Billie Burke, Alison Skipworth, Andrew Tombes
Directed By:
David Butler
27. A Wicked Woman (1934)
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A Wicked Woman
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Starring:
Mady Christians, Charles Bickford, Jean Parker, Betty Furness
Directed By:
Charles Brabin
28. Sioux City Sue (1946)
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Sioux City Sue
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Gene Autry is a rancher in a small town who is being pursued by a casting agent named Sue Warner as the latter wants him to appear in a Hollywood production. Eventually, they manage to come to an agreement, but things don’t go as planned.

Role:
Nellie Bly
Starring:
Gene Autry, Champion, Richard Lane, Lynne Roberts
Directed By:
Frank McDonald
29. Saddle Pals (1947)
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Saddle Pals
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Gene is a rancher who pays a visit to Brooks, the head of the company that owns his land. Being tired of his corporate duties, Brooks offers Gene control of the company. Despite the fact that the corporation is in debt, Gene accepts. However, after a meeting with two corrupt board members, he is asked to raise $50,000 to keep the business alive. Gene is unaware of the fact that the board members want to have the company for themselves, and therefore they plot to get Gene in legal trouble.

Role:
Waldo T. Brooks Jr.
Starring:
Gene Autry, Irving Bacon, Lynne Roberts, Champion Jr.
Directed By:
Lesley Selander
30. Career Woman (1936)
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Career Woman
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2
Starring:
Eric Linden, Claire Trevor, Isabel Jewell, Michael Whalen
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler
31. Join the Marines (1937)
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Join the Marines
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Starring:
Paul Kelly, Purnell Pratt, Warren Hymer, Reginald Denny, June Travis
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
32. Lawyer Man (1932)
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Lawyer Man
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Anton Adam is an idealistic attorney who makes headlines and gains popularity, after successfully beating a high-profile lawyer named Bentley in a murder case. Bentley asks Adam to join his law firm. However, as Adam’s career begins to rise, he finds himself in trouble when he is framed by a racketeer.

Starring:
William Powell, Joan Blondell, David Landau, Helen Vinson, Claire Dodd
Directed By:
William Dieterle
33. The Cat and the Fiddle (1934)
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The Cat and the Fiddle
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The Cat and the Fiddle is a romantic musical drama film which tells the story of Victor Florescu, a composer who falls for Shirley Sheridan, a singer.

Starring:
Jean Hersholt, Ramon Novarro, Frank Morgan, Jeanette MacDonald, Charles Butterworth
Directed By:
Sam Wood, William K. Howard
34. Blondie Johnson (1933)
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Blondie Johnson
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2
Starring:
Earle Foxe, Chester Morris, Joan Blondell, Allen Jenkins, Claire Dodd
Directed By:
Lucien Hubbard, Ray Enright
35. St. Louis Blues (1939)
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St. Louis Blues
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2
Starring:
William Frawley, Jessie Ralph, Lloyd Nolan, Dorothy Lamour
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
36. Dancing Lady (1933)
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Dancing Lady
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2

Dancing Lady is a musical romantic comedy film which tells the story of a rich playboy Tod who helps Janie, a young dancer to get a job in a Broadway musical which is being directed by Patch. While Patch thinks that Janie is using her charms rather than her skills in order to advance her career, Tod feels that he can use Janie however he wants.

Starring:
Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Larry Fine, Fred Astaire, Franchot Tone, May Robson, Winnie Lightner
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
37. Casey at the Bat (1927)
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Casey at the Bat
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2
Role:
Elmer Putnam
Starring:
Ford Sterling, Wallace Beery, Zasu Pitts, Spec O'Donnell,
Directed By:
Monte Brice
38. Rendezvous (1935)
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Rendezvous
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During the WWI, a day before William Gordon is about to set off for France, he meets socialite Joel Carter and spends a day with her, revealing that he has written a valuable book on cryptology.. The very next day, he is assigned to the code breaking division and while working there comes in contact with beautiful Olivia, making Joel jealous. 

Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Mickey Rooney, Cesar Romero, William Powell, Samuel S. Hinds
Directed By:
Sam Wood, William K. Howard
39. Cheers for Miss Bishop (1941)
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Cheers for Miss Bishop
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Role:
Chris Jensen
Starring:
Edmund Gwenn, Dorothy Peterson, William Gargan, Martha Scott
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
40. Hell Below (1933)
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Hell Below
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A wounded former submarine commander's love affair with his successor's married daughter is set against the backdrop of the US Navy's fight in the Adriatic Sea during World War I. Hell Below is based on Commander Edward Ellsberg's novel Pigboats and the movie is packed with submarine warfare action.

Starring:
Jimmy Durante, Walter Huston, Eugene Pallette, Robert Montgomery, Madge Evans
Directed By:
Jack Conway
41. Maid of Salem (1937)
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Maid of Salem
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2

Maid of Salem revolves around the story of a young girl in Salem, Massachusetts, who is having an affair with an adventurer. A witch hunt is going on, and the girl is sentenced as well. However, her lover comes to her rescue.  

Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Louise Dresser, Harvey Stephens, Fred MacMurray
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
42. East Side of Heaven (1939)
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East Side of Heaven
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A man starts taking care of a 10 month old baby and soon he also gets drawn into the life of the baby’s family.

Starring:
Bing Crosby, Joan Blondell, C. Aubrey Smith, Mischa Auer, Irene Hervey
Directed By:
David Butler
43. The Lottery Lover (1935)
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2
The Lottery Lover
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2
Role:
Cadet Harold Stump
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Pat Paterson, Peggy Fears, Walter Woolf King
Directed By:
Wilhelm Thiele
44. Trail to San Antone (1947)
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Trail to San Antone
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2

Gene is trying to help a crippled jockey who is hesitant about riding again. However, a wild stallion runs away with the mare that he has been planning for the jockey to ride. Along with his assistant, Gene sets out in airplane to track down the horses and bring them back.

Role:
Droopy Stearns
Starring:
Gene Autry, Champion, William Henry, Peggy Stewart
Directed By:
John English
45. Palm Springs (1936)
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2
Palm Springs
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2
Starring:
David Niven, Spring Byington, Frances Langford, Guy Standing, Ernest Cossart
Directed By:
Aubrey Scotto
46. Alice in Wonderland (1933)
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2
Alice in Wonderland
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2
Starring:
Gary Cooper, W. C. Fields, Cary Grant, Roscoe Ates, Leon Errol, Richard Arlen
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
47. The Blue Bird (1940)
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The Blue Bird
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2
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Nigel Bruce, Spring Byington, Gale Sondergaard
Directed By:
Walter Lang
48. Advice to the Forlorn (1933)
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2
Advice to the Forlorn
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2
Role:
Benny
Starring:
Sally Blane, Paul Harvey, C. Henry Gordon, Lee Tracy,
Directed By:
Alfred L. Werker
49. The Lady Is Willing (1942)
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The Lady Is Willing
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2

Elizabeth Madden wishes for motherhood, but has no husband. However, she finds an abandoned baby, after which her desire appears to be fulfilled. However, she has no clue on raising it. Eventually, she finds a divorced pediatrician to help her in raising the child. 

Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Marlene Dietrich, Stanley Ridges, Arline Judge, Aline MacMahon
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
50. Professional Sweetheart (1933)
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Professional Sweetheart
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Radio celebrity Glory Eden is compelled by the sponsors to keep up a vice-free, ‘Purity Girl’ image for their product-marketing. Tired of it, she wants to try out darker side of life. On her press agent’s suggestion, from her fans they select Kentuckian Jim Davey as her ‘Professional Sweetheart.’ But they never expect the fake fiancé to grow into her real love.

Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Zasu Pitts, Norman Foster, Frank McHugh, Allen Jenkins
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
51. Elmer, the Great (1933)
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Elmer, the Great
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2

Elmer Kane, a country bumpkin, joins the Chicago Cubs as the greatest hitter ever in baseball. His skill with the bat takes his team to the World Series. However, his road is filled with obstacles which include gamblers and crooked pitchers. 

Starring:
Jane Wyman, Joe E. Brown, Frank McHugh, Preston Foster, Claire Dodd, Patricia Ellis
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
52. Murder in the Private Car (1934)
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Murder in the Private Car
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2

This mystery film tells the story of a young girl who finds out that she is the daughter of a rich railroad tycoon and was kidnapped as a child. She attempts to find answer with the help of John, her boyfriend.

Starring:
Walter Brennan, Charles Ruggles, Una Merkel, Mary Carlisle, Russell Hardie
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
53. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1960)
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2
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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2
Starring:
Harry Dean Stanton, Buster Keaton, John Carradine, Tony Randall, Archie Moore, Eddie Hodges, Patty McCormack
Directed By:
54. The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (1949)
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The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend
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2

A hot headed saloon singer shoots at her boyfriend for flirting with another woman; but instead hits a judge. So has to leave her home and accompanied by her friend, reaches a small town, where she is mistaken for a school teacher. Here she starts wooing a mine owner until her boyfriend turns up, searching for her. 

Starring:
Betty Grable, Rudy Vallee, Cesar Romero, Porter Hall
Directed By:
Preston Sturges
55. Varsity Show (1937)
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2
Varsity Show
10
2
Starring:
Dick Powell, Ted Healy, Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane
Directed By:
William Keighley
56. Look Who's Laughing (1941)
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2
Look Who's Laughing
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2

After doing his last performance of the season, Edgar Bergen hosts an engagement party for his assistant Julie and his business partner Jerry. He soon sets off on an aircraft on a vacation, but gets lost.   

Starring:
Lucille Ball, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
57. Robin Hood of Texas (1947)
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2
Robin Hood of Texas
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2

While Duke Mantel's gang rob a nearby bank, Mantel makes sure that the singing cowboy Gene Autry and his band members get arrested for the robbery. However, once the air clears up, Gene comes to know that one of his friends has taken over a ranch. The band promptly moves there but soon Julie Reeves arrive at the ranch, drawing Gene and his band in search for the money robbed from the bank.

Role:
Droopy Haynes
Starring:
Gene Autry, Lynne Roberts, Adele Mara, Champion Jr.
Directed By:
Lesley Selander
58. Adorable (1933)
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2
Adorable
10
2

Although her parents want her to get married to an old prince, a rebellious princess decides to take a stand for herself because she is in love with a common man. But she is unsure if the man will accept her once he learns about her identity.

Starring:
Janet Gaynor, C. Aubrey Smith, Blanche Friderici, Herbert Mundin, Henri Garat
Directed By:
William Dieterle
59. Back Page (1934)
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2
Back Page
10
2
Role:
Bill Giddings
Starring:
Claude Gillingwater, Edwin Maxwell, Russell Hopton, Peggy Shannon,
Directed By:
Anton Lorenze
60. Hit Parade of 1941 (1940)
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2
Hit Parade of 1941
10
2
Starring:
Hugh Herbert, Kenny Baker, Mary Boland, Frances Langford
Directed By:
John H. Auer
61. New Wine (1941)
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2
New Wine
10
2
Starring:
Billy Gilbert, Binnie Barnes, Alan Curtis, Sig Arno
Directed By:
Reinhold Schünzel
62. Nick Carter, Master Detective (1939)
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2
Nick Carter, Master Detective
9
2
Starring:
Henry Hull, Walter Pidgeon, Donald Meek, Stanley Ridges
Directed By:
Jacques Tourneur
63. Iceland (1942)
9
2
Iceland
9
2
Role:
Sverdrup Svenssen
Starring:
Jack Oakie, John Payne, Felix Bressart, Sonja Henie
Directed By:
H. Bruce Humberstone
64. Wildfire (1945)
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2
Wildfire
9
2
Role:
Alkali Jones
Starring:
John Miljan, Bob Steele, Eddie Dean, Virginia Maples
Directed By:
Robert Emmett Tansey
65. Twilight on the Rio Grande (1947)
9
2
Twilight on the Rio Grande
9
2

Gene is in Mexico with his two friends Pokie and Dusty. Things get ugly when a chance encounter with thieves gets Dusty killed. Gene and Pokie decide to avenge their friend’s death, and they head to a nearby town hoping to find information about the outlaws.

Role:
Pokie
Starring:
Gene Autry, Bob Steele, Adele Mara, Champion Jr.
Directed By:
Frank McDonald
66. Strictly Dynamite (1934)
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2
Strictly Dynamite
9
2

An aspiring poet is hired by a radio comic as a gag-writer. However, a marital squabble leads to winding it up in the middle.

Starring:
Jimmy Durante, Marian Nixon, Lupe Velez, Norman Foster, William Gargan
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
67. Doctor Rhythm (1938)
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2
Doctor Rhythm
9
2

Dr Bill Remsen is asked by his ailing policeman friend to act as a bodyguard for the wealthy Mrs. Lorelei Dodge. Things soon get interesting when Bill falls for the lady’s beautiful niece.

Starring:
Bing Crosby, Andy Devine, Mary Carlisle, Beatrice Lillie, Rufe Davis
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
68. 1,000 Dollars a Minute (1935)
9
2
1,000 Dollars a Minute
9
2
Role:
Pete
Starring:
Edgar Kennedy, Leila Hyams, Edward Brophy, Roger Pryor,
Directed By:
Aubrey Scotto
69. Live a Little, Love a Little (1968)
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2
Live a Little, Love a Little
M
9
2
Starring:
Rudy Vallee, Don Porter, Dick Sargent, Elvis Presley
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
70. Rockabye (1932)
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2
Rockabye
9
2

A Broadway actress, Judy, loses custody of an orphan, which leaves her devastated. She eventually gets married to a playwright named Jake, but circumstances force her to leave Jake as well.

Starring:
Constance Bennett, Walter Pidgeon, Paul Lukas, Joel McCrea, Jobyna Howland
Directed By:
71. Little Men (1940)
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2
Little Men
9
2
Starring:
George Bancroft, Jack Oakie, Kay Francis, Jimmy Lydon
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
72. Shake, Rattle & Rock! (1956)
9
2
Shake, Rattle & Rock!
9
2
Role:
Albert 'Axe' McAllister
Starring:
Mike Connors, Fats Domino, Lisa Gaye, Choker Campbell
Directed By:
Edward L. Cahn
73. Tomorrow's Children (1934)
9
2
Tomorrow's Children
9
2
Role:
Dr. Dorsey
Starring:
Diane Sinclair, Carlyle Moore Jr., Donald Douglas, John Preston
Directed By:
Crane Wilbur
74. Here We Go Again (1942)
9
2
Here We Go Again
9
2

On their 20th anniversary, Fibber and Molly want to throw a big party, but their friends decline their invitation. Therefore, they decide to plan a second honeymoon instead. They spend a night at the broken down Ramble Inn, where they had spend their first honeymoon.

Starring:
Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
75. Girl O' My Dreams (1934)
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3
Girl O' My Dreams
9
3
Role:
Spec Early
Starring:
Edward J. Nugent, Arthur Lake, Mary Carlisle, Lon Chaney Jr.
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
76. Thunder and Lightning (1977)
8
2
Thunder and Lightning
PG
8
2

Harley Thomas, a Florida moonshine runner, faces rivalry from girlfriend Nancy Sue’s father Ralph Hunnicutt. Ralph’s soda-pop plant is a façade to hide his moonshine manufacturing, funded by the mob. When he sends out a consignment of poisoned brew, Nancy and Harley race to track it. As the mob tries to take control, the state police join the chase, adding to complications.

Role:
Hobe Carpenter
Starring:
David Carradine, Patrick Cranshaw, Charles Napier, George Murdock
Directed By:
Corey Allen
77. I Live My Life (1935)
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2
I Live My Life
8
2

The story revolves around a socialite bored with her life in New York and an adventurous Irish archeologist, whom she meets on a trip to Greece. Although ill suited to each other, they fall in love and he follows her to New York, where her social life makes him uneasy. Yet, they become engaged to be married. But will they finally marry? 

Starring:
Joan Crawford, Brian Aherne, Eric Blore, Frank Morgan, Aline MacMahon
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
78. Death Valley (1946)
8
2
Death Valley
8
2
Role:
Slim
Starring:
Russell Simpson, Nat Pendleton, Helen Gilbert, Robert Lowery
Directed By:
Lew Landers
79. Gift of Gab (1934)
8
2
Gift of Gab
8
2

A small-time door to door salesman becomes a radio personality and soon he makes a name for himself by broadcasting football, though the others at the station are quite irritated by his presence.    

Starring:
Gloria Stuart, Bela Lugosi, Paul Lukas, Edmund Lowe, Ruth Etting
Directed By:
Karl Freund
80. Held for Ransom (1938)
8
2
Held for Ransom
8
2

A millionaire named Herbert Scott is kidnapped, and although his nephew has paid the demanded ransom amount, Scott has not yet been returned. The nephew Larry therefore decides to investigate himself. Meanwhile, a female FBI agent is also assigned to the case to investigate.

Starring:
Jack Mulhall, Kenneth Harlan, Grant Withers, Blanche Mehaffey
Directed By:
Clarence Bricker
81. Spring Madness (1938)
8
2
Spring Madness
8
2

Spring Madness is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of Sam Thatcher, a young Harvard student, who dreams of visiting the most remote corners of the world, along with his roommate. Therefore, immediately after completing their graduation, they book a flight from New York to Siberia.

Starring:
Lew Ayres, Maureen O'Sullivan, Burgess Meredith, Ann Morriss
Directed By:
S. Sylvan Simon
82. Down to Their Last Yacht (1934)
8
2
Down to Their Last Yacht
8
2
Starring:
Sidney Blackmer, Ned Sparks, Polly Moran, Sidney Fox, Mary Boland
Directed By:
Paul Sloane
83. Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976)
7
1
Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood
PG
7
1

Known for the large number of cameo appearances by Hollywood's golden age actors and actresses, the movie is loosely based on the film debut of Rin Tin Tin, a male German shepherd, who follows an aspiring actress to Hollywood; but himself becomes an international star. 

Starring:
Victor Mature, Rory Calhoun, Johnny Weissmuller, Bruce Dern, Broderick Crawford, Ethel Merman, Zsa Zsa Gabor
Directed By:
Michael Winner
84. Kentucky Rifle (1955)
7
1
Kentucky Rifle
7
1
Role:
Lon Setter
Starring:
Henry Hull, Cathy Downs, Chill Wills, Lance Fuller
Directed By:
Carl K. Hittleman
85. The Battling Kangaroo (1926)
13
3
The Battling Kangaroo
13
3
Role:
Napolean French
Starring:
Lige Conley, George Gray, Mildred June, Al Kaufman
Directed By:
Jules White
86. The Girl from Nowhere (1928)
11
2
The Girl from Nowhere
11
2
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Mack Swain, Daphne Pollard, Billy Bevan, Anita Barnes
Directed By:
Harry Edwards
87. The Girl from Everywhere (1927)
11
2
The Girl from Everywhere
11
2
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Mack Swain, Dot Farley, Daphne Pollard, Irving Bacon
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
88. Super Seal (1976)
11
2
Super Seal
G
11
2
Role:
Cap'n Zach
Starring:
Foster Brooks, Sarah Brown, Bob Sheperd, Nada Rowand
Directed By:
Michael Dugan
89. Don't Get Personal (1942)
10
2
Don't Get Personal
10
2
Starring:
Hugh Herbert, Mischa Auer, Robert Paige, Anne Gwynne
Directed By:
Charles Lamont
90. Man or Mouse (1948)
10
2
Man or Mouse
10
2
Role:
Elmer Dinkle
Starring:
Edgar Dearing, Noel Neill
Directed By:
Jules White

Animation(s)

Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968)
Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
G
Role:
Winnie the Pooh (voice)
Starring:
Sebastian Cabot, John Fiedler, Hal Smith, Jon Walmsley
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966)
Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree
G
Role:
Winnie the Pooh (voice)
Starring:
Sebastian Cabot, Howard Morris, Hal Smith, Junius Matthews
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Peter and the Wolf (1946)
Peter and the Wolf
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Ivan, Mischa, Peter, Peter's
Directed By:
Clyde Geronimi
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974)
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too
G
Role:
Winnie the Pooh (voice)
Starring:
Sebastian Cabot, John Fiedler, Paul Winchell, Dori Whitaker
Directed By:
John Lounsbery
Awards:
Grammy Award for Best Recording for Children
Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1952)
Lambert the Sheepish Lion
Role:
Narrator / Mr. Stork (voice)
Starring:
Candy Candido, June Foray, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Jack Hannah
Ben and Me (1953)
Ben and Me
Plot:

Two groups of tourists, one consisting of humans and the other consisting of mice, are on a visit to the statue of Benjamin Franklin. While the men stand in front of the statue to discuss Benjamin’s achievements the mice climbs up to his hat to tell the story of Amos and Ben. 

Role:
Amos Mouse (voice)
Starring:
Charles Ruggles, Bill Thompson, Hans Conried
Directed By:
Hamilton Luske
The Little House (1952)
The Little House
Plot:

The Little House is an animated short film, which centers on a small house built at the top of a small hill, far out in the country in the beginning of the 20th century in America. 

Role:
Narrator
Directed By:
Wilfred Jackson
Mickey and the Beanstalk (1947)
Mickey and the Beanstalk
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Walt Disney, Pinto Colvig, Clarence Nash, Edgar Bergen
Directed By:
Hamilton Luske, Bill Roberts
The Jungle Book (1967)
The Jungle Book
Plot:

Mowgli, a human child abandoned in the jungle following an accident, is found by black panther Bagheera and is raised by female wolf Raksha. When man-eating Bengal tiger Shere Khan returns in the vicinity ten years later, Bagheera, along with Mowgli's new fun-loving friend, sloth bear Baloo, attempt to convince Mowgli to head for the nearest Man-Village.

Role:
Kaa the Snake (voice)
Starring:
Phil Harris, George Sanders, Sebastian Cabot, Bruce Reitherman
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Susie the Little Blue Coupe (1952)
Susie the Little Blue Coupe
Plot:

Based on an original short story by Bill Peet, Susie the Little Blue Coupe is an animated short film, which revolves around the eventful life of a little blue car.  

Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
June Foray, Stan Freberg
Directed By:
Clyde Geronimi
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
G
Plot:

Pooh is an adorable bear, who embarks on an epic adventure along with his lovable friends. They sing, dance as well as chase bees as they travel through the woods.

Starring:
Sebastian Cabot, Howard Morris, John Fiedler, Junius Matthews
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery
Hemo the Magnificent (1957)
Hemo the Magnificent
Role:
Lab assistant (uncredited)
Starring:
Mel Blanc, Richard Carlson, June Foray, Frank Baxter
Directed By:
Frank Capra
Our Mr. Sun (1956)
Our Mr. Sun
Role:
Chloro Phyll (uncredited) (voice)
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Eddie Albert, Marvin Miller, Frank Baxter
Directed By:
Frank Capra, William T. Hurtz
Tukiki and His Search for a Merry Christmas (1979)
Tukiki and His Search for a Merry Christmas
Role:
Northwind (voice)
Starring:
Adam Rich, Bob Dermer, Sharon Burke, Fred Little
Directed By:
Vic Atkinson
Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Alice in Wonderland
G
Plot:

Alice, a young girl, is a day dreamer who dislikes literature or poems. One day while following a large rabbit, she accidentally falls into rabbit hole and finds herself in a vibrant wonderland. During her adventurous journey, she meets various characters like the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Cheshire Cat. She also encounters the king and the queen with their army of playing cards.

Role:
Cheshire Cat (voice)
Starring:
Mel Blanc, Thurl Ravenscroft, Ed Wynn, Jerry Colonna
Directed By:
Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi
I'm No Fool with Electricity (1973)
I'm No Fool with Electricity
Plot:

In this animated short film, Jiminy Cricket explains about the basics of safety that one must follow with electricity.

Role:
Narrator
Starring:
Cliff Edwards,
Directed By:
Les Clark
Bambi (1942)
Bambi
Plot:

Adapted from the book of Austrian author Felix Salten, this movie is considered a Disney classic. The plot revolves around a fawn Bambi who is in line to inherit the title of prince of the forest. As Bambi grows up with his friends, Thumper and Flower, and flirts with Faline, he also faces danger from the hunters and realises that becoming a prince is not so easy.

Starring:
Hardie Albright, Thelma Boardman, Stan Alexander, Bobette Audrey
Directed By:
David Hand, Samuel Armstrong, James Algar
Dumbo (1941)
Dumbo
G
Plot:

Dumbo, a baby elephant born with extraordinarily big ears, is mocked by others and later gets separated from his mother when she tries to protect him. After an accident, he is even made to perform like a clown. However, his friend, Timothy Mouse, discovers a secret about his large ears and encourages Dumbo to use it to gain fame.

Starring:
Herman Bing, Edward Brophy, Billy Bletcher, James Baskett
Directed By:
Wilfred Jackson, Samuel Armstrong, Norman Ferguson
The Aristocats (1970)
The Aristocats
G
Plot:

Madame Adelaide Bonfamille decides to leave all her fortune to her beloved cat, Duchess, and her three kittens: Berlioz, Marie, and Toulouse, and her butler, Edgar. But the devious Edgar kidnaps the cats and abandons them in the countryside. There they are helped by alley cat, Thomas O’Malley, to return home and expose Edgar. 

Role:
Roquefort (voice)
Starring:
Scatman Crothers, Eva Gabor, Mel Blanc, Thurl Ravenscroft, Phil Harris
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
The Cold-Blooded Penguin (1945)
The Cold-Blooded Penguin
Plot:

The Cold-Blooded Penguin tells the story Pablo the Penguin, who had a dream of moving to a warmer climate, and he also makes several attempts, failing each time. He eventually finds success after making a boat with a chunk of ice.

Role:
Narrator (voice)
Directed By:
Bill Roberts
Goliath II (1960)
Goliath II
Plot:

Goliath I, the biggest elephant of the jungle, is unhappy with Goliath II, his 8-year-old miniature son. But Goliath’s loving mother protects him, especially from Raja, the tiger. Once Goliath runs away, lands in trouble, and receives spanking after being rescued by mother. When the herd encounters a mouse, all elephants panic, but Goliath bravely defeats the mouse, earning his father’s respect. 

Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Mel Blanc, Barbara Jo Allen, Paul Frees, Verna Felton
Directed By:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Linus! The Lion Hearted (1964)
Linus! The Lion Hearted
TV-Y
Starring:
Anne Meara, Jerry Stiller, Carl Reiner, Sheldon Leonard, Ruth Buzzi, Bob McFadden
Directed By:
Irv Spector, Ed Graham Jr.
The Pelican and the Snipe (1944)
The Pelican and the Snipe
Plot:

This animated short comedy film revolves around the story of the friendship between a pelican and a snipe.

Role:
Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
Directed By:
Hamilton Luske
The Three Caballeros (1944)
The Three Caballeros
G
Plot:

Donald Duck meets Pablo the Penguin, who hates the cold and a flying donkey. Together, they embark on an adventurous, fun-filled expedition across Latin America.

Role:
Prof. Holloway (voice)
Starring:
Clarence Nash, Aurora Miranda, Carmen Molina, Dora Luz
Directed By:
Jack Kinney, Clyde Geronimi, Norman Ferguson
Make Mine Music (1946)
Make Mine Music
Starring:
Dinah Shore, Nelson Eddy, Jerry Colonna, Sisters The Andrews
Directed By:
Jack Kinney, Clyde Geronimi, Robert Cormack
Alakazam the Great (1960)
Alakazam the Great
Plot:

Alakazam the Great is a fantasy adventure film which tells the story of a monkey king who learns the secrets of magic and becomes quite arrogant. In order to make up for his troubles, the gods send him on a mission to accompany a prince on a journey filled with dangers, monsters, demons and cannibals.   

Starring:
Frankie Avalon, Jonathan Winters, Kiyoshi Komiyama, Noriko Shindô
Directed By:
Daisaku Shirakawa, Taiji Yabushita, Osamu Tezuka

TV Shows and Videos

The Twilight Zone (1959)
The Twilight Zone
TV-PG
Starring:
George Takei, Lee Marvin, Jack Klugman, Carol Burnett, Jackie Cooper, Art Carney, Cloris Leachman
Directed By:
John Brahm, Douglas Heyes, Buzz Kulik, Lamont Johnson, Richard L. Bare
The Brothers Brannagan (1960)
The Brothers Brannagan
Starring:
Burt Reynolds, James Coburn, Marion Ross, Elinor Donahue, Stephen Dunne, Mark Roberts
Directed By:
Anton Leader, Paul Landres, Eddie Davis
Disneyland (1954)
Disneyland
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Patrick Dempsey, Mary Ann Mobley, Eugene Levy, Cindy Williams, Denver Pyle, Carrie Fisher
Directed By:
Hamilton Luske, Norman Tokar, Robert Stevenson, James Neilson, Jack Hannah
The Fred Waring Show (1949)
The Fred Waring Show
Starring:
Fred Waring, Jane Wilson, Gloria Mudell, Stuart Churchill
Shirley Temple's Storybook (1958)
Shirley Temple's Storybook
Starring:
Claude Akins, Agnes Moorehead, Elsa Lanchester, Mary Wickes, Charlton Heston, Martin Landau, Ray Walston
Directed By:
David Greene, James Neilson, Arthur Hiller, Robert B. Sinclair, Mitchell Leisen
The Red Skelton Show (1951)
The Red Skelton Show
TV-G
Starring:
Jack Wild, Connie Stevens, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Errol Flynn, Tina Louise, Charles Bronson, Rita Moreno
Directed By:
Seymour Berns, Bill Hobin, John Gaunt, Terry Kyne, Martin Rackin
The Life of Riley (1953)
The Life of Riley
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, William Bendix
Directed By:
Jean Yarbrough, Abby Berlin
The Andy Griffith Show (1960)
The Andy Griffith Show
TV-G
Starring:
William Christopher, Ron Howard, Teri Garr, Rob Reiner, Gavin MacLeod, Buddy Ebsen, Andy Griffith
Directed By:
Bob Sweeney, Lee Philips, Alan Rafkin, Coby Ruskin, Don Weis
Five Fingers (1959)
Five Fingers
Starring:
Peter Lorre, Alan Young, John Banner, Gavin MacLeod, Ron Howard, Eva Gabor, Edgar Bergen
Tony the Pony (1976)
Tony the Pony
Role:
GG, the Wizard (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Barbara Cason, Scott K. Ratner, Rocky Bonifield, Mary Ann Hay
Peter Gunn (1958)
Peter Gunn
Starring:
Diahann Carroll, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, James Coburn, Gavin MacLeod, Anna Lee, George Kennedy, Craig Stevens
Directed By:
Blake Edwards, Robert Altman
The Baileys of Balboa (1964)
The Baileys of Balboa
Role:
Buck Singleton (26 episodes, 1964-1965)
Starring:
Raquel Welch, John Banner, John Dehner, Paul Ford, John Fiedler
The Untouchables (1959)
The Untouchables
Starring:
Ed Asner, Ryan O'Neal, Elizabeth Montgomery, Louise Fletcher, Majel Barrett, Robert Duvall, Bert Convy
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety, Bernard L. Kowalski, Walter Grauman, Allen Reisner, Alex March
Zane Grey Theater (1956)
Zane Grey Theater
Starring:
Jack Palance, Michael Landon, Danny Thomas, Rod Taylor, Mel Ferrer, Wayne Rogers, Micky Dolenz
Directed By:
John English, William D. Faralla, James Sheldon, Robert Florey, Robert Gordon
Pete and Gladys (1960)
Pete and Gladys
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Majel Barrett, Ron Howard, Cara Williams, Harry Morgan
Adventures of Superman (1952)
Adventures of Superman
TV-G
Starring:
George Reeves, Denver Pyle, Claude Akins, John Banner, John Hamilton, Robert Shayne, Bill Kennedy
It Takes a Thief (1968)
It Takes a Thief
Starring:
O. J. Simpson, Robert Wagner, Peter Sellers, Eve Plumb, Bette Davis, Raymond Burr, Leslie Nielsen
Directed By:
Don Weis, Jack Arnold, Michael Caffey, Barry Shear, Bruce Kessler
The Real McCoys (1957)
The Real McCoys
Starring:
Joyce Bulifant, Tom Skerritt, Adam West, Barbara Stanwyck, Denver Pyle, Tina Louise, Walter Brennan
Directed By:
Hy Averback, David Alexander, Richard Crenna, Sidney Miller, Charles Barton
Circus Boy (1956)
Circus Boy
Starring:
Slim Pickens, Micky Dolenz, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Noah Beery Jr., Robert Lowery
Margie (1961)
Margie
TV-G
Starring:
James Brolin, Cynthia Pepper, Dick Gering, Penney Parker, Wesley Marie Tackitt
Directed By:
Don Richardson, Jack Donohue, Gene Reynolds
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1952)
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
TV-G
Starring:
Kristin Nelson, Mary Tyler Moore, Linda Evans, Jerry Mathers, John Carradine, Harriet Nelson, Ricky Nelson
Directed By:
Ozzie Nelson, David Nelson
Burke's Law (1963)
Burke's Law
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Don Ameche, Barbara Eden, Dawn Wells, Gena Rowlands, Edd Byrnes, Jayne Mansfield
Directed By:
Don Weis, Jerry Hopper, Don Taylor, Richard Kinon, Murray Golden
Gilligan's Island (1964)
Gilligan's Island
TV-G
Starring:
Bob Denver, Kurt Russell, Don Rickles, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Dawn Wells, Mel Blanc, Rory Calhoun
Directed By:
John Rich, Lawrence Dobkin, Jack Arnold, Richard Donner, Anton Leader
F Troop (1965)
F Troop
Starring:
Vincent Price, Mako Iwamatsu, Paul Lynde, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Mary Wickes, Don Rickles, Milton Berle
Directed By:
Gene Reynolds, Seymour Robbie, Charles R. Rondeau, Gary Nelson, Hollingsworth Morse
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (1954)
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin
Starring:
John Banner, Harry Dean Stanton, Lee Van Cleef, Joe Sawyer, Rand Brooks
Your Show Time (1949)
Your Show Time
Starring:
William Frawley, Eva Gabor, Leif Erickson, Arthur Shields, John Archer
Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1965)
Please Don't Eat the Daisies
Starring:
David McCallum, Richard Dreyfuss, Majel Barrett, Ed Asner, Alice Ghostley, Pat Crowley
That Girl (1966)
That Girl
TV-PG
Starring:
Dick Van Patten, Pat Boone, John Aniston, George Carlin, Sid Caesar, Carl Reiner, Cloris Leachman
Directed By:
James Frawley, Seymour Robbie, John Rich, Russ Mayberry, Danny Arnold
Hazel (1961)
Hazel
Starring:
James Doohan, Diane Ladd, Claude Akins, John Banner, Don DeFore, Shirley Booth
Daktari (1966)
Daktari
Starring:
Paul Winfield, Dina Merrill, Marshall Thompson, Cheryl Miller, Judy the Chimpanzee
Moonlighting (1985)
Moonlighting
Starring:
Paul Sorvino, Demi Moore, Gary Cole, Mark Harmon, Richard Belzer, Bruce Willis, Jennifer Tilly
Directed By:
Christopher Hibler, Christian I. Nyby II, Paul Krasny, Dennis Dugan, Will Mackenzie
The Joey Bishop Show (1961)
The Joey Bishop Show
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Dawn Wells, Don Knotts, Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Danny Thomas, Abby Dalton
Directed By:
Jerry Paris, James V. Kern, Mel Ferber, David Lowell Rich
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, William Shatner, Inger Stevens, Ethel Barrymore, James Whitmore, Lorne Greene, Jack Lord
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
The Lloyd Bridges Show (1962)
The Lloyd Bridges Show
Starring:
Carolyn Jones, Werner Klemperer, Jeff Bridges, Lloyd Bridges, Gena Rowlands, Mako Iwamatsu
Directed By:
Don Taylor, John Peyser, Jeffrey Hayden, Paul Henreid, John Cassavetes
Family Affair (1966)
Family Affair
TV-G
Starring:
Anissa Jones, Veronica Cartwright, Robert Reed, Leif Garrett, Eve Plumb, Ann Sothern, Anna Lee
Love, American Style (1969)
Love, American Style
Starring:
Sandra Dee, Fred Willard, John Amos, Maud Adams, Charles Nelson Reilly, Vivian Vance, Albert Brooks
Directed By:
Charles R. Rondeau, Bruce Bilson, Leslie H. Martinson, Gary Nelson, Richard Michaels
NBC Children's Theatre (1963)
NBC Children's Theatre
Role:
Colonel Corpuscle (1 episode, 1973)
Starring:
Geraldine Page, James Earl Jones, Sorrell Booke, Bill Cosby, Fran Allison
Directed By:
June Reig
Miami Undercover (1961)
Miami Undercover
Starring:
Lee Bowman, Jil Jarmyn, Rocky Graziano, George N. Neise
Sing Along Songs: Sing a Song with Pooh Bear and Piglet Too (2003)
Sing Along Songs: Sing a Song with Pooh Bear and Piglet Too
Role:
(archiveFootage)
Starring:
Peter Cullen, Paul Winchell
Directed By:
Gary Katona, Ed Wexler

Sterling Holloway Awards

Grammy Awards
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too Best Recording for Children 1975