TV commercial for Dick Tracy's Stub-Nose 38 Pistol with Belt Holster and Tommy Burst Machine Gun (circa 1962) (actor)
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Art Barnes | Billy Mumy
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[on his on- and off-screen chemistry with Jonathan Harris
, who played Dr. Zachary Smith]: Oh, he just loved Dr. Smith. He loved him when he was such a snarly villain, and he loved him when he was a lovable buffoon. He created that character, single handedly, and no, I don't think he had any trouble being a nasty, villain kind of a character. He was a versatile actor, and loved doing it. I loved ...
On the Babylon 5
(1994) episode "Eyes," he used his album title "Zabagabee" as an alien word. Series show runner J. Michael Straczynski was reportedly not amused, as he didn't feel it was appropriate to promote outside projects, and it ran counter to his mandate forbidding improvisation on the show.