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George Shelton (1885–1971)

George Shelton was born on March 4, 1885 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Sing for Sweetie (1938), Breaking Even (1932) and Rural Romeos (1934). He died on February 12, 1971 in New York City. See full bio »
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Known For

Sing for Sweetie
Sing for Sweetie Sally's Father
Breaking Even
Rural Romeos
Rural Romeos George, the Hired Hand
An Ear for Music


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 1947 Kiss of Death
Waiter (uncredited)
 1945 The House on 92nd Street
Frank Jackson (uncredited)
 1938 Pardon My Accident (Short)
 1938 Sing for Sweetie (Short)
Sally's Father
 1937 Meet the Bride (Short)
Mr. Quackenhack, Herman's boss
 1937 Slacks Appeal (Short)
 1937 That's the Spirit (Short)
Hugo Sinclair
 1937 Love in Arms (Short)
 1937 Freshies (Short)
Crane, the dean
 1937 Man to Man (Short)
 1936 Transatlantic Love (Short)
Charlie Dalton
 1936 Just the Type (Short)
 1936 Rail Birds (Short)
 1936 Sleepless Hollow (Short)
 1936 Where Is Wall Street (Short)
 1936 Just Plain Folks (Short)
Cousin Haslip
 1935 One Big Happy Family (Short)
 1935 He's a Prince (Short)
 1935 Rodeo Day (Short)
 1935 Stylish Stouts (Short)
 1935 The Magic Word (Short)
 1935 Time Out (Short)
 1935 Grooms in Gloom (Short)
 1935 An Ear for Music (Short)
 1935 Dumb Luck (Short)
Kidnapper Steve (uncredited)
 1935 How Am I Doing (Short)
 1934 The Girl from Paradise (Short)
 1934 Rural Romeos (Short)
George, the Hired Hand
 1934 The Wrong Bottle (Short)
 1933 Static (Short)
Cousin Tom
 1933 Aces Wild (Short)
Mr. Hicks
 1932 Breaking Even (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in JM Barrie's play, "Quality Street," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Ellaline Terriss, Seymour Hicks, and Rosina Filippi in the cast.

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Panelist for CBS (also on Mutual and Blue for part of its existence) Radio's "It Pays to Be Ignorant" (1942-1951).

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