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Bobby Clark (V) (1888–1960)


Famed vaudeville comedian Bobby Clark was born in Springfield, Ohio on June 16, 1888. When he was 12 years old, Bobby and his classmate Paul McCullough created a tumbling act that they took on the road. The duo toured with a traveling minstrel troupe before joining a circus as clowns. The clown act eventually matured to the point where it was time... See full bio »

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Known For

Scratch-As-Catch-Can
(1931)
Odor in the Court
Odor in the Court Blackstone
(1934)
Alibi Bye Bye
(1935)
The Gay Nighties
The Gay Nighties B. Oglethorpe Hives
(1933)

Filmography

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 1955 Alice in Wonderland (TV Movie)
Ugly Duchess
 1938 The Goldwyn Follies
A. Basil Crane Jr.
 1935 Alibi Bye Bye (Short)
Flash
 1935 Flying Down to Zero (Short)
 1934 In a Pig's Eye (Short)
Crotch
 1934 Everything's Ducky (Short)
Doctor Cook
 1934 Odor in the Court (Short)
Blackstone (as Clark and McCullough)
 1934 Love and Hisses (Short)
Clark (as Clark)
 1934 Bedlam of Beards (Short)
 1934 In the Devildog House (Short)
Detective Titwillow
 1933 Fits in a Fiddle (Short)
Clark (as Clark and McCullough)
 1933 Snug in the Jug (Short)
Perriwinkle
 1933 Kickin' the Crown Around (Short)
Blackstone - The 'Diplomat' (as Clark)
 1933 The Gay Nighties (Short)
B. Oglethorpe Hives
 1933 The Druggist's Dilemma (Short)
Clark - the Soda Jerk
 1933 Hokus Focus (Short)
Bobby
 1933 Hey, Nanny Nanny (Short)
Clark
 1932 Jitters the Butler (Short)
Broomly (as Clark and McCullough)
 1932 The Millionaire Cat (Short)
Dr. Titmouse - Pest Exterminator
 1932 The Iceman's Ball (Short)
Clark (as Clark)
 1931 A Melon-Drama (Short)
Clark
 1931 Scratch-As-Catch-Can (Short)
 1931 False Roomers (Short)
Clark
 1930 A Peep on the Deep (Short)
 1929 Detectives Wanted (Short)
 1929 All Steamed Up (Short)
1st Hobo
 1929 Hired and Fired (Short)
 1929 Waltzing Around (Short)
Harold Kelp
 1929 Knights Out (Short)
 1929 Music Fiends (Short)
Bobby
 1929 The Medicine Men (Short)
 1929 Beneath the Law (Short)
 1929 Belle of Samoa (Short)
Bobby
 1929 In Holland (Short)
 1929 The Diplomats (Short)
Bobby
 1928 The Bath Between (Short)
Bobby
 1928 The Honor System (Short)
 1928 The Interview (Short)
 1927 Two Flaming Youths
Clark (as Clark & McCullough)
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Show Show Self (3 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Streets of Paris (1939). Musical revue. Music by Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics by Al Dubin. Additional numbers by Harold Rome. Sketches by Charles Sherman, Tom McKnight, S. Jay Kaufman, Edward Duryea Dowling, James La Ver, Frank Eyton and Lee Brody. Music arranged by Hans Spialek. Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin. Costume Design by ... See more »

Publicity Listings:

2 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Clark | Clark & McCullough | Clark and McCullough
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

In 1935, having completed their last short for R.K.O., Clark and his partner Paul McCullough went on tour in a version of "George White's Scandals." The frenetic pace of touring emotionally discombobulated McCullough and, suffering from nervous exhaustion, he entered a sanitarium in Medford, Massachusetts. In March 1936, he was released. As he was driving home with a friend, he decided to have a ... See more »

Trademark:

His "eyeglasses" were painted on See more »

Star Sign:

Gemini

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