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"Hey, red shoes!" - Moe (HULA-LA-LA, 1951)

Cast Member : Benny Rubin

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 Born  1899-02-02
Boston, MA
 Died  1986-07-15
Los Angeles, CA
1920s headlining vaudeville and at one time a Broadway partner of Jack Haley. A specialist in dialect humor, he became a prolific character actor for fifty years in film, radio and television. A longtime member of Jack Benny's radio and television show cast. Interred at Hillside Memorial Park, Culver City, CA.

A feature biography of Mr. Rubin appears in The Three Stooges Journal # 97.

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1934-03-30 HOLLYWOOD ON PARADE # B-9 Ted Healy and His Stooges Himself
2.  1953-05-07 TRICKY DICKS Moe, Larry and Shemp Antonio Zuchini Salami Gorgonzola de Pizza
3.  1953-08-15 PARDON MY BACKFIRE Moe, Larry and Shemp Charles
4.  1954-02-04 INCOME TAX SAPPY Moe, Larry and Shemp Mr. Cash
5.  1955-11-03 BLUNDER BOYS Moe, Larry and Shemp The Eel
6.  1957-01-31 HOOFS AND GOOFS Moe, Larry and Joe Mr. Dinklespiel
7.  1957-04-18 SPACE SHIP SAPPY Moe, Larry and Joe Professor A. K. Rimple
8.  1961-11-28 THE ERRAND BOY Joe Besser (Solo) Mr. Wabenlotnee
9.  1970-07-22 WHICH WAY TO THE FRONT? Joe Besser (Solo) Field Marshal Von Budweiser
10.  2015-05-01 HEY MOE! HEY DAD! Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage

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