Eddie Albert's television career is the earliest of any other performer. It began years before electronic television was introduced to the public. In June of 1936 Eddie appeared in RCA/NBC's first private live performance for their radio licensees in New York City. This was very early experimental all electronic television system...See full bio »
1947Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman
(performer: "Life Can Be Beautiful" 1947, "A Cowboy's Never Lonesome" 1947, "Lonely Little Ranch House" 1947, "When Love is Young" 1937 - uncredited / "Life Can Be Beautiful" 1947)
1941The Great Mr. Nobody
("The Oceana Roll" 1911 - uncredited, "Bridal Chorus Here Comes the Bride" 1850 - uncredited)
1939On Your Toes
(performer: "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" 1936 - uncredited)
[In a personal journal he has written]: By the time I leave this Earth, I hope to have improved our relationships here and now, so that in the next generation my son, daughter and friends have my shoulders on which to stand, so it's easier to make their contribution.
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Three of the surviving cast members of
Green Acres attended his funeral, on 26 May 2005, co-star, Tom Lester was not present. Albert once stated Lester was his closest and best friend.
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