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William Gaxton (1890–1963)

Vaudeville song man and hoofer who appeared in a few Hollywood films of the 30s and 40s. See full bio »

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 1959 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Barney Goodwyn
- Wish on the Moon (1959) ... Barney Goodwyn
 1945 Diamond Horseshoe
Joe Davis Sr.
 1943 The Heat's On
Tony Ferris
 1943 Something to Shout About
Willard Samson
 1934 Their Big Moment
The Great La Salle
 1932 Ladies Not Allowed (Short)
 1931 The Silent Partner (Short)
Bill, the Nephew
 1931/II Partners (Short)
 1931 50 Million Frenchmen
Jack Forbes
 1926 Stepping Along
Frank Moreland
 1926 It's the Old Army Game
George Parker
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Found a magical pairing on the 1930s Broadway musical stage with actor Victor Moore (1876-1962). They teamed in four: the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Of Thee I Sing" (as Wintergreen), "Let 'Em Eat Cake", its sequel, "Anything Goes", also with Ethel Merman, and "Leave It to Me!" with Mary Martin. Gaxton was the handsome, debonair, rather aggressive cynic and Moore usually his hilariously bumbling, ... See more »

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