All In Favor. Comedy. Written by Louis Hoffman, Don Hartman and Walter Bernstein. Directed by Elliott Nugent
. Henry Miller's Theatre: 20 Jan 1942- 24 Jan 1942 (7 performances). Cast: Harry Antrim
(as "Officer Callahan"), Leslie Barrett (as "Marco/Lover"), Ralph Brooke (as "Tony"), Frank Conlan
(as "Mr. Piper"), Claire Frances (...
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Did You Know?
I am usually called in on a guest star basis. I've worked with practically every star in the business, and I've had all the excitement without any of the crushing responsibilities. The applause that comes at the end of his show means only one thing to the star ... that it's time to start worrying about next week's show. But I just take a bow, walk off, wash up, and go home.
In the late 1950s and early 1960's he was spokesman for the Chunky Candy Bar and made many Television commercials for that candy bar. His proclamation of "Chunky, what a Chunk o' Chocolate!" was the finish of each commercial and was as well known as any tag-line of its era.
"Oooh, chip-chip-chip-chip-chip!" (mocking a too-talkative person)