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Max Smith (I) (1913–1999)

Max Smith was born on January 23, 1913 in Des Moines, Iowa, USA. He was an actor, known for 101 Dalmatians (1961), Puddin' Head (1941) and Jingle Belles (1941). He was married to Helen Leyser. He died on July 23, 1999 in San Luis Obispo, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

101 Dalmatians
Puddin' Head
Puddin' Head Member of The Sportsmen Quartet
Jingle Belles
Jingle Belles Singer
All Star Revue
All Star Revue Himself


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 1963 It Happened at the World's Fair
The Mellowmen (uncredited)
 1961 Donald and the Wheel (Short)
Spirit of Progress, Junior (voice, as The Mellomen)
 1961 101 Dalmatians (voice)
 1958 Paul Bunyan (Short)
Chorus (voice, as The Mellomen)
 1955 Love Me or Leave Me
Singer (uncredited)
 1954 Pigs Is Pigs (Short)
Singer (voice, uncredited)
 1954 The Glenn Miller Story
Member of The Mellomen (uncredited)
 1952 Because You're Mine
Singer in Radio Commercial (uncredited)
 1951 Alice in Wonderland
Card Painter (voice, uncredited)
 1947 Fun & Fancy Free
Bear couples (uncredited)
 1946 Margie
Off-Screen Singer (voice, uncredited)
 1944 Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Member of Sportsmen's Quartette (uncredited)
 1942 Lost Canyon
Singing Ranch Hand - The Sportsmen Quartette (uncredited)
 1941 Jingle Belles (Short)
Singer (as The Sportsmen)
 1941 Puddin' Head
Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette)
 1941 The Nifty Nineties (Short)
Singer (voice, uncredited)
 1941 Ziegfeld Girl
Singer: Song 'Whispering' (uncredited)
 1938 Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
Quartette Member (uncredited)
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 1941 Ziegfeld Girl (music: "Whispering" (1920) - uncredited) / (performer: "Whispering" (1920) - uncredited)
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 1952 All Star Revue (TV Series)
- Episode #2.19 (1952) ... Himself (as The Mellomen)

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Alternate Names:

The Mellomen | The Sportsman Quartette | The Sportsmen

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