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Willie Davis (I) (1940–2010)

Willie Davis was born on April 15, 1940 in Mineral Springs, Arkansas, USA as William Henry Davis. He was an actor, known for 1973 MLB All-Star Game (1973), 1971 MLB All-Star Game (1971) and Which Way to the Front? (1970). He died on March 9, 2010 in Burbank, California, USA. See full bio »

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1973 MLB All-Star Game
1973 MLB All-Star Game Himself - NL Outfielder
(1973)
1971 MLB All-Star Game
1971 MLB All-Star Game Himself - NL Outfielder
(1971)
Which Way to the Front?
(1970)
1965 World Series
1965 World Series Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
(1965)

Filmography

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 1971 The Love Machine
Police Officer (uncredited)
 1970 Which Way to the Front?
Lincoln
 1969 The Flying Nun (TV Series)
the Manager
- The Big Game (1969) ... the Manager
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 1979 1979 American League Championship Series (TV Mini-Series)
Himself - California Angels Pinch Hitter
- Game 2 (1979) ... Himself - California Angels Pinch Hitter
- Game 1 (1979) ... Himself - California Angels Pinch Hitter
 1973 1973 MLB All-Star Game (TV Special)
Himself - NL Outfielder
 1971 1971 MLB All-Star Game (TV Special)
Himself - NL Outfielder
 1970 The Real Tom Kennedy Show (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode dated 10 September 1970 (1970) ... Himself
- Episode #1.19 (1970) ... Himself
 1966 1966 World Series (TV Mini-Series)
Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 4 (1966) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 3 (1966) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 2 (1966) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 1 (1966) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
 1965 1965 World Series (TV Mini-Series)
Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 7 (1965) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 6 (1965) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 5 (1965) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 4 (1965) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 3 (1965) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
 1964 The Joey Bishop Show (TV Series)
Himself
- Joey and the L.A. Dodgers (1964) ... Himself
 1963 1963 World Series (TV Mini-Series)
Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 4 (1963) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 3 (1963) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 2 (1963) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
- Game 1 (1963) ... Himself - Los Angeles Dodgers Center Fielder
 1963 Mister Ed (TV Series)
Himself
- Leo Durocher Meets Mister Ed (1963) ... Himself
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Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Played with the Dodgers from 1960-1973, Expos in 1974, Rangers & Cardinals in 1975, Padres in 1976 & Angels in 1979, 3 time all-star, 3 time gold glove centerfielder, all-time LA Dodgers leader in total hits 2091, runs scored 1004, triples 110, 2nd in doubles with 321, 5th in home runs 154, 3rd in RBI 849. Played two seasons in Japan ('77-'78). See more »

Nickname:

3-Dog

Star Sign:

Aries

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