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Ben Grauer (1908–1977)

Ben Grauer was born on June 2, 1908 in Staten Island, New York, USA as Benjamin Franklin Grauer. He was an actor, known for The Big Story (1949), Kon-Tiki (1950) and Fight of the Wild Stallions (1947). He was married to Melanie Kahane (deocorator). He died on May 31, 1977 in New York City, New York. See full bio »

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The Big Story
The Big Story Himself - Narrator / Himself - Host
Kon-Tiki Narrator (US introductory sequence)
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 1960 Sunday Showcase (TV Series)
- The Sacco-Vanzetti Story: Part 2 (1960) ... Narrator
- The Sacco-Vanzetti Story: Part 1 (1960) ... Narrator
 1951 Goodyear Playhouse (TV Series)
- October Story (1951)
 1951 In Town Today (TV Movie)
 1945 Author in Babyland (Short)
 1923 Does It Pay?
The Boy (as Bunny Grauer)
 1922 My Friend the Devil
George Dryden - as a boy
 1922 The Town That Forgot God
David, as a boy (as Bunny Grauer)
 1921 Annabelle Lee
David Martin - as a child
 1920 The Idol Dancer
Native Boy
 1919 His Woman (Short)
 1919 The Mad Woman (Short)
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Bunny Grauer

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Announcer for many of legendary conductor Arturo Toscanini's radio concerts with the NBC Symphony Orchestra; he also served as the announcer for the original simulcasts (on live television and radio) of Toscanini's television concerts. See more »

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