Category Archives: Character Actors

The eternal sidekick- Frank McHugh

Frank McHugh came from a stage family, first treading the boards at the age of ten. Eventually he served a short stint on Broadway and was hired by Warner Brothers in 1930 as a contract player. Recognizing his versatility Warner … Continue reading

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Carjacked after death- George Tobias

Anyone who has seen many war movies knows who George Tobias was, though he will probably be best remembered (unfortunately) as Mr. Kravitz on Bewitched. A professional, all-round character actor, he was fully capable of handling dramatic roles as well … Continue reading

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Death of a legend

Today marks the seventeenth anniversary of the death of Nick Cravat, actor and acrobat. Cravat in his youth formed what was to be a lifelong friendship with Burt Lancaster, the pair eventually appearing in seven movies together. Early on they … Continue reading

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