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Joe Doakes (Character)
from The Witness (1942)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Doakes / Joseph A. Doakes / Joseph H. 'Joe' Doakes / Joseph H. Doakes

Filmography

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  1. Why Daddy? (1944) Played by Robert Benchley (as Joseph A. Doakes)
  2. Important Business (1944) Played by Robert Benchley (as Joseph A. Doakes)
  3. My Tomato (1943) Played by Robert Benchley (as Joseph A. Doakes)
  4. Flesh and Fantasy (1943) Played by Robert Benchley (as Doakes)
  5. The Man's Angle (1942) Played by Robert Benchley
  6. Keeping in Shape (1942) Played by Robert Benchley
  7. Syncopation (1942) Played by Robert Benchley (as Doakes)
  8. The Witness (1942) Played by Robert Benchley
  9. Crime Control (1941) Played by Robert Benchley
  10. The Trouble with Husbands (1940) Played by Robert Benchley
  11. That Inferior Feeling (1940) Played by Robert Benchley (as Joseph H. 'Joe' Doakes)

  12. See Your Doctor (1939) Played by Robert Benchley (as Joseph H. Doakes)
  13. The Day of Rest (1939) Played by Robert Benchley
  14. How to Eat (1939) Played by Robert Benchley
  15. Dark Magic (1939) Played by Robert Benchley (as Joseph A. Doakes)
  16. How to Sub-Let (1939) Played by Robert Benchley (as Joseph A. Doakes)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From The Trouble with Husbands (1940)
Joe Doakes: We found in our survey at this point a great many women are tempted to put poison into the next plate of soup - which may account for the prevalence of indigestion among married men. See more »

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