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Richard Joy (I) (1915–1991)

Richard Joy was born on December 28, 1915 in Putnam, Connecticut, USA as Richard W. Joy. He was an actor, known for Playhouse 90 (1956), You Are There (1953) and My Favorite Husband (1953). He died on October 31, 1991 in Medford, Oregon, USA. See full bio »


(age 75) in Medford, Oregon, USA

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 1960 Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (TV Series)
- The Man in the Funny Suit (1960) ... Announcer
 1959 General Electric Theater (TV Series)
- Hitler's Secret (1959) ... Narrator (as Dick Joy)
 1953-1957 You Are There (TV Series)
Reporter / News Reporter
- The End of the Dalton Gang (October 5, 1892) (1957) ... Reporter (as Dick Joy)
- Hitler Invades Poland (September 1, 1939) (1956) ... Reporter (as Dick Richard)
- The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (October 26, 1881) (1955) ... Reporter (as Dick Joy)
 1950 To Please a Lady
Television Announcer (voice, uncredited)
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 1956-1958 Playhouse 90 (TV Series)
Himself - Announcer
- The Plot to Kill Stalin (1958) ... Himself - Announcer (as Dick Joy)
- The Fabulous Irishman (1957) ... Himself - Announcer (as Dick Joy)
- Ain't No Time for Glory (1957) ... Himself - Announcer (as Dick Joy)
- Clash by Night (1957) ... Himself - Announcer (as Dick Joy)
- Without Incident (1957) ... Himself - Announcer (as Dick Joy)
 1954 My Favorite Husband (TV Series)
Himself - Announcer
- Episode dated 20 March 1954 (1954) ... Himself - Announcer (as Dick Joy)

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Alternate Names:

Dick Joy | Dick Richard

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Announcer for CBS Radio's "The Sad Sack" (1946).

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