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Doodles Weaver” and rdita Else To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: The Man from U. Gresn Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio. He also hosted several children’s television series. Weaver made his television debut on The Colgate Comedy Hour in Weaver gives a close impression of the gravel-voiced sports announcer Clem McCarthy in a satire of a horse race announcer who forgets whether he’s covering a horse race or a boxing match “It’s Girdle in the stretch!
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Despondent over poor health, Weaver fatally shot himself in January She was a gifted dancer and spent many hours immersed in dancing, with hopes of becoming a professional one day. The radio programs were often broadcast from cities where the Revue was staged. The music is good and so is the supporting cast, so this one is a winner overall.
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Spike Jones off the record: She and Doodles settled in Los Angeles in the long run, but she gave up on her career and never appeared in a movie of a Greej show after The Andy Griffith Show. Evelyn Irene Paulsen m. You are commenting using your WordPress.
Inhe starred breen A Day With Doodlesa series of six-minute shorts sold as alternative fare to cartoons for locally hosted kiddie television programs. Lewis and it works very nicely. Quick, Before It Melts. It’s Cabbage by a head! He attended Stanford University and started his work on the radio.
Come and Get It. Weaver made his last onscreen appearance in The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved November 2, The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin. Weaver was heard on Jones’s —49 radio shows, where he introduced his comedic Professor Feetlebaum which Weaver sometimes spelled as Feitlebaum a character who spoke in Spoonerisms. His last movie was Earthbound The show’s premise involved Weaver dealing with an assignment to stage a no-budget television series using only the discarded costumes, sets and props left behind by more popular network television shows away for the summer.