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Lee Millar (II) (1888–1941)

Lee Millar was born on February 20, 1888 in Oakland, California, USA as Lee Carson Millar. He was an actor, known for Farmyard Symphony (1938), Bone Trouble (1940) and Make Way for Tomorrow (1937). He was married to Verna Felton and Anna McNaughton. He died on December 24, 1941 in Glendale, California. See full bio »

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Known For

Farmyard Symphony
Bone Trouble
Bone Trouble Pluto
Make Way for Tomorrow
Make Way for Tomorrow Animal and Bird Imitator
The Pointer
The Pointer Pluto


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 1941 A Gentleman's Gentleman (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1941 Pluto's Playmate (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Pantry Pirate (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Nobody's Children
Dr. Gireaux (uncredited)
 1940 Window Cleaners (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Pluto's Dream House (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Put-Put Troubles (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1940 Bone Trouble (Short)
Pluto (voice)
 1940 Donald's Dog Laundry (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1939 Konga, the Wild Stallion
Randall (uncredited)
 1939 The Pointer (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1939 Beach Picnic (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)
 1938 Farmyard Symphony (Short) (voice)
 1937 Make Way for Tomorrow
Animal and Bird Imitator (uncredited)
 1936 Mother Pluto (Short)
Pluto (voice, uncredited)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: The Phantom Rival. Written by Ferenc Molnár. Belasco Theatre: 6 Oct 1914- Jan 1915 (closing date unknown/127 performances). Cast: Lila Barclay [final Broadway role], John Bedouin, Laura Hope Crews, Leo Ditrichstein, J.M. McNamee, Anna McNaughton, Lee Millar, Frank E. Norris, Louis Poiselli, Ethel Marie Sasse, Frank H. Westerton... See more »

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Appearing on various radio shows, Millar never made it to the big screen until a year before his death; as Dr. Gireaux in the 1940 motion picture, "Nobody's Children." See more »

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