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Wilbur Hall (I)

Performed for over 50 years on stage, movies and television. Noted mostly for a novelty act: playing a bicycle pump, and "Pop Goes the Weasel" on his fiddle. He wore oversized shoes -- maybe two-and-a-half feet long -- and he'd stand on tip-toe as he played, causing him to rise and fall in height. He played trombone as sideman. Also performed ... See full bio »

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Known For

Jack Hylton and His Band
Jack Hylton and His Band Himself - Comedy Instrumentalist
The Double Crossky
The Double Crossky The Uncle
The No Man
The No Man Actor
King of Jazz
King of Jazz Trombonist / Violin / Air Pump


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 1936 The Double Crossky (Short)
The Uncle (as Willie Hall)
 1933 The No Man (Short)
 1930 King of Jazz
Trombonist / Violin / Air Pump (as Willie Hall)
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 1930 King of Jazz (performer: "Nola", "The Stars and Stripes Forever", "Silent Night, Holy Night", "Pop Goes the Weasel" - uncredited)
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 1979 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series)
Himself - Entertainer
- Episode #19.41 (1979) ... Himself - Entertainer
 1957 The Spike Jones Show (TV Series)
- Minstrel Show (1957) ... Himself (uncredited)
 1940 Hullo, Fame! (Documentary)
 1937 Jack Hylton and His Band (TV Movie)
Himself - Comedy Instrumentalist

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Alternate Names:

Willie Hall

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In his seventies he performed on the Gong Show and received a perfect score.

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