The Red Skelton Hour
Deputy 'Doc' Hawkeye
Walter Briarcliff, Sr.
Paul - Railroad Telegrapher
Secretary to Sylvester J. Sutton Sr.
Hospital Orderly Slugged by Skeeter [Ch. 8]
Stuttering Animal Imitator
King of Jazz
Desk Sergeant ('Springtime')/Soldier ('All Noisy on the Eastern Front')/Waiter ('Oh! Forevermore!')/Front End of Horse/Quartet Member ('Nellie')
Man on Street in Front of Barber Shop
Pool Hall Habitant
Various Roles in Individual Episodes
(performer: "Cindy" - uncredited)
Meet John Doe
(performer: "March of the Swiss Soldiers" 1829 - uncredited)
Banjo on My Knee
(performer: "With a Banjo on My Knee" 1936, "St. Louis Blues" 1914 - uncredited, "Oh! Susanna" 1848 - uncredited, "Bridal Chorus Here Comes the Bride" 1850 - uncredited, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" 1896 - uncredited, "I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover" 1927 - uncredited, "Old Folks at Home Swanee River" 1851 - uncredited, "O Tannenbaum" - uncredited, " I Wish I Was in Dixie's Land" 1860 - uncredited, "A Hot Time in the Old Town" 1896 - uncredited)
Come and Get It
(performer: "The Bird on Nellie's Hat" 1906 - uncredited / "Aura Lea" 1861 - uncredited)
(TV series documentary)
Himself - Narrator
(1963) Album: "Twas the Night Before Christmas ... Back Home" (Liberty Records)
Walter Brenan | Arthur Brennan | Walter Brennen | Walter Brennon | Another Poetry Fan
5' 11" (1.80 m)
Did You Know?
I never made a movie I would not take my family to see.
In 1925 Gary Cooper
befriended another young, struggling, would-be actor named Walter Brennan. At one point, they were even appearing as a team at casting offices, and although Cooper emerged in major and leading roles first, they would work together in the good years, too. Most memorably they starred in