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Leonard Elliott (1905–1989)

Leonard Elliott was born on November 23, 1905. He was an actor, known for Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970), Buck Privates (1941) and Weddings and Babies (1958). He died on December 31, 1989 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

Diary of a Mad Housewife
Buck Privates
It Started with Eve
It Started with Eve Reverend Henry Stebbins


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 1970 Diary of a Mad Housewife
M. Henri
 1967 Coronet Blue (TV Series)
- The Presence of Evil (1967) ... Doorman
 1966 Evening Primrose (TV Movie)
Store Person
 1962 Naked City (TV Series)
Dance Director
- Don't Knock It Till You've Tried It (1962) ... Dance Director
 1958 Weddings and Babies
 1957 The Phil Silvers Show (TV Series)
- Bilko's Double Life (1957) ... Martin
 1955 Star Tonight (TV Series)
- Taste (1955)
 1955 A Connecticut Yankee (TV Movie)
 1952 Mister Peepers (TV Series)
Mr. Wadd
- Mr. Peepers Gets a Job (1952) ... Mr. Wadd
- Unaired Pilot ... Mr. Wadd
 1950-1951 The Billy Rose Show (TV Series)
- Yogi Your Way (1951)
 1948 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
 1941 It Started with Eve
Reverend Henry Stebbins
 1941 Bachelor Daddy
Clark (uncredited)
 1941 Buck Privates
 1940 Overture to Glory
Tilchinski, orchestra conductor
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 1955 A Connecticut Yankee (TV Movie) (performer: "The Camelot Samba")

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