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Sandy Becker (III) (1922–1996)

Sandy Becker was born on February 19, 1922 in New York City, New York, USA as Sanford George Becker. He is known for his work on The Beagles (1966), Go Go Gophers (1966) and Captain America (1966). He was married to Cherie. He died on April 9, 1996 in Remsenburg, New York. See full bio »

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Known For

The Beagles
The Beagles Stringer
(1966-1967)
Go Go Gophers
Go Go Gophers Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma / Corporal Crimp / Baseball Players / Indians / Narrator / Settlers
(1966-1968)
Captain America
Captain America Captain America / Steve Rogers
(1966)
Wonderama
Wonderama Himself - Host (1955-1956 & 1957-1959)
(1955)

Filmography

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 1966-1968 Go Go Gophers (TV Series)
Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma / Corporal Crimp / ...
- Kitchen Capers (1968) ... Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma (voice)
- The Great White Stallion (1968) ... Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma (voice)
- Blankety-Blank Blanket (1968) ... Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma (voice)
- California Here We Come (1968) ... Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma (voice)
- Back to the Indians (1968) ... Ruffled Feather / Sgt. Hokey Loma (voice)
 1966-1967 The Beagles (TV Series)
Stringer
- The Cat Napper (1967) ... Stringer (voice)
- The Island Hideout (1967) ... Stringer (voice)
- Island in the Sky (1967) ... Stringer (voice)
- Motorcycle Mountie (1967) ... Stringer (voice)
- Klondike Goes to Town (1967) ... Stringer (voice)
 1966 The Marvel Super Heroes (TV Series)
Captain America (1966) (uncredited)
 1966 Gene Hattree: The Trap (TV Short)
Gene Hattree (voice, uncredited)
 1960-1961 King Leonardo and His Short Subjects (TV Series)
Mr. Wizard the Lizard / Black Bark / Gag Participant / ...
- Rod and Reeling (1961) ... Mr. Wizard the Lizard (voice)
- Vaudevillain (1961) ... Mr. Wizard the Lizard (voice)
- Anchors Awry (1961) ... Mr. Wizard the Lizard (voice)
- Waggin' Train (1961) ... Mr. Wizard the Lizard (voice)
 1955 The Adventures of Robin Hood (TV Series)
'Wildroot' pitchman in original US airing
- The Coming of Robin Hood (1955) ... 'Wildroot' pitchman in original US airing (uncredited)
 1954 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)
Commercial Announcer
- David Niven Show (1954) ... Commercial Announcer (voice)
 1953 The Sandy Becker Show (TV Series)
Host / Hambone / Norton Nork / ...
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 1953-1955 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series) (announcer - 42 episodes)
- Towhead (1955) ... (announcer)
- Second Chance (1955) ... (announcer)
- Now or Never (1955) ... (announcer)
- The Cage (1955) ... (announcer)
- Bella Fleace Gave a Party (1955) ... (announcer)
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 1961 The Jack Paar Tonight Show (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #4.170 (1961) ... Himself
 1954-1955 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
Himself - Host
- Moment of Truth (1955) ... Himself - Host
- Time for Love (1955) ... Himself - Host
- The Honorable Mrs. Jones (1955) ... Himself - Host
- The Hallelujah Corner (1955) ... Himself - Host
- Perilous Night (1955) ... Himself - Host
 1955 Wonderama (TV Series)
Himself - Host (1955-1956 & 1957-1959)
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Was a 1960s TV icon to children in the New York City area as the star of "Sandy's Hour." His various comic creations, such as manic disc jockey Hambone ("So cut your grass so the ants can't pass!"), silent simpleton Norton Nork, blustery Big Professor, and all but intelligible Geeba Geeba, had as many fans among adults as ... See more »

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By all accounts, he was a man who genuinely loved children and was concerned for their welfare. On principle, he would never do commercials for any product a child could not use, and on November 27, 1963, the Monday after John F. Kennedy's assasination, Becker went on the air to try to explain to the kids just what had happened in a way they would understand. See more »

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