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Dave Garroway (1913–1982)


Dave Garroway was born on July 13, 1913 in Schenectady, New York, USA as David Cunningham Garroway Jr. He was an actor, known for Babes in Toyland (1954), I Surrender Dear (1948) and It Happened to Jane (1959). He was married to Sarah Lee Lippincott, Pamela Wilde and Adele Marie Dwyer. He died on July 21, 1982 in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, USA. See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins. See more awards »

Known For

Babes in Toyland
Babes in Toyland Santa Claus
(1954)
I Surrender Dear
I Surrender Dear Disc Jockey
(1948)
It Happened to Jane
It Happened to Jane Dave Garroway -Host 'The Left Hand'
(1959)

Filmography

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 1979 Jack Frost (TV Movie)
Groundhog Day Television Reporter (voice)
 1972 Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series)
Moroni Stevens / Judge
- The Long Chase (1972) ... Moroni Stevens (uncredited)
 1959 It Happened to Jane
Dave Garroway -Host 'The Left Hand'
 1955 Babes in Toyland (TV Movie)
Santa Claus
 1954 Babes in Toyland (TV Movie)
Santa Claus
 1949 Garroway at Large (TV Series)
Host (1949-1951)
 1948 I Surrender Dear
Disc Jockey
Show Show Self (27 credits)
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He was one of the original hosts of the NBC Radio weekend program "Monitor" when it began on June 12, 1955. He hosted the program on Sunday nights until 1961.

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His usual sign off was "Peace" See more »

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Cancer

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