In 1958, he produced an unsold pilot called "Stage Father", about a retired vaudeville
performer (played by Ed Wynn
) and his son, a struggling stage actor.
In 1962, he co-produced several episodes of a proposed TV anthology series called "The Victor Borge Comedy Theatre", starring Victor Borge
Also in 1962, Lewis produced two other unsold pilots, both situation comedies. One starred Katie Sweet
and the other starred Tom Ewell
In 1956, Lewis produced an unsold television pilot called "Crime Classics," about famous crime stories. It was based on his own 1954 network radio series.
In 1958, he produced an unsold television comedy pilot called "Stage Father", starring Ed Wynn
as a former vaudeville
In 1962, he produced an unsold comedy anthology pilot starring 'Victor Borge'.
Portrayed "Othello" in the first-ever radio broadcast of William Shakespeare
's play, presented as an episode of the anthology series "Suspense".
(1946-1953) Perhaps his greatest claim to fame was his portrayal of Frankie Remley, Phil Harris' sidekick in the long-running radio show The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show.
(1941) Provided the voice of Tarzan on a pair of Decca records.
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