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Doris Day, Eve Arden, Jack Carson, Lee Bowman, Adolphe Menjou, and S.Z. Sakall in My Dream Is Yours (1949)Doris Day, Eve Arden, Jack Carson, Lee Bowman, Adolphe Menjou, and S.Z. Sakall in My Dream Is Yours (1949)Doris Day, Eve Arden, Jack Carson, Lee Bowman, Adolphe Menjou, and S.Z. Sakall in My Dream Is Yours (1949)Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan, and S.Z. Sakall in Christmas in Connecticut (1945)S.Z. SakallS.Z. SakallHumphrey Bogart and S. Z. Sakall in June Knight and S.Z. Sakall in The Lilac Domino (1937)Michael Bartlett, Richard Dolman, and S.Z. Sakall in The Lilac Domino (1937)Michael Bartlett, June Knight, and S.Z. Sakall in The Lilac Domino (1937)Michael Bartlett, Richard Dolman, June Knight, and S.Z. Sakall in The Lilac Domino (1937)Robert Alda, Joan Leslie, and S.Z. Sakall in Cinderella Jones (1946)Barbara Stanwyck and S.Z. Sakall in Christmas in Connecticut (1945)Gary Cooper, Richard Haydn, Kathleen Howard, Leonid Kinskey, Tully Marshall, Aubrey Mather, and S.Z. Sakall in Ball of Fire (1941)Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck, Richard Haydn, Oskar Homolka, Leonid Kinskey, Tully Marshall, Aubrey Mather, S.Z. Sakall, and Henry Travers in Ball of Fire (1941)S.Z. Sakall in Montana (1950)Errol Flynn, S.Z. Sakall, and Alexis Smith in Montana (1950)
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Biography

Hungarian-born S.Z. Sakall was a veteran of German, Hungarian and British films when he left Europe because of the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi movement. In Hollywood from shortly after the outbreak of World War II, Sakall began appearing in comedies and musicals, often playing a lovable if somewhat excitable and/or befuddled uncle, ... See full bio »
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