In 1961 he starred in a pilot called "Five's a Family", in which he played a retired detective who is forced to move in his daughter and family and can't stop solving crimes.
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[In 1952] I'm not the comedian I once was. A comedian has to be slightly insulting, comedy has to be 70 per cent insults, and I'm always afraid today when I say something funny it may hurt someone. If another comic makes a crack about my mouth, I just can't insult him back.
Playing the flute in A Midsummer Night's Dream
(1935) Brown ad-libbed, "I won't play any more" when thrown into a lake. It always got a good laugh, but it is said to be the only non-Shakespeare bit of dialogue in the film.