Appeared (as "Boop Oglethorpe"; Broadway debut) in "Sweet Mystery of Life" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Richard Maibaum
, Michael Wallack and George Haight
. Shubert Theatre: 11 Oct 1935-Oct 1935 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast included: Evelyn Allen, Edward Butler, Hobart Cavanaugh
(as "Rosmer Peek"), Mady ...
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My trademarks are a hoarse, grating voice and the face of a retired pugilist: small narrowed eyes set in puffy features which look as though they might, years ago, have lost on points.
During World War 2, he was a regular radio announcer for the Armed Forces Network, introducing broadcasts of live musical performances for such artists as Glenn Miller
's Air Force Band.
Probably best known for the "10-4" sign off on his patrol car radio in the TV series Highway Patrol
(1955) of the '50s.