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Rudy Makoul (1920–2006)

Rudy Makoul was born on July 20, 1920 in Scalp Level, Pennsylvania, USA as Rudolph Makoul. He is known for his work on The Geisha Boy (1958), El coyote (1957) and Teenage Thunder (1957). He died on February 22, 2006 in Santa Monica, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Geisha Boy
The Geisha Boy Miscellaneous Crew
(1958)
El coyote
El coyote Writer
(1957)
Teenage Thunder
(1957)
Artists and Models
Artists and Models Miscellaneous Crew
(1955)

Filmography

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 1958 The Geisha Boy (dialogue director)
 1958 Rock-a-Bye Baby (dialogue coach)
 1957 Kiss Them for Me (dialogue director - uncredited)
 1956 Hollywood or Bust (dialogue coach)
 1956 The Girl Can't Help It (dialogue coach - uncredited)
 1956 Pardners (dialogue supervisor)
 1955 Artists and Models (dialogue coach)
 1954 3 Ring Circus (dialogue coach)
 1954 Living It Up (dialogue coach)
 1951 Joe Palooka in Triple Cross (dialogue director - as Rudy McKool)
 1951 That's My Boy (dialogue director - as Rudy McKool)
 1951 Chicago Calling (dialogue coach - as Rudy McKool)
 1949 Rope of Sand (dialogue director)
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Show Show Actor (6 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

In 1957, he co-wrote the script for the pilot of a western series called, "El Coyote", about a female Zorro-like avenger. The series, produced by RKO, never made it beyond the pilot stage.

Alternate Names:

Rudy McCool | Rudy McKool
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Trivia:

He was a radio announcer in his early years then became a dialogue coach for Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox and Columbia Studios. See more »

Star Sign:

Cancer

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