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Al Bernie (I) (1920–2003)

Al Bernie was born on May 27, 1920 in the USA as Alfred Bernie Price. He was an actor, known for Rhythm in a Night Court (1937), The Great Radio Comedians (1972) and The Ed Sullivan Show (1948). He was married to Arlene. He died on September 5, 2003 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

The Great Radio Comedians
The Ed Sullivan Show
The Ed Sullivan Show Himself / Himself - Comedian / Comedian


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 1965 Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine (TV Series)
Guest Comedian
- Episode #3.22 (1965) ... Guest Comedian
 1949 The Fifty-Fourth Street Revue (TV Series)
Host (1949)
 1938 Mother Goose Goes Hollywood (Short) (voice)
 1937 Rhythm in a Night Court (Short)
 1931 Movie-Town (Short)
Swimmer (uncredited)
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 1972 The Great Radio Comedians (TV Movie documentary)
Fred Allen
 1948-1959 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
Himself / Himself - Comedian / Comedian
- Episode #13.10 (1959) ... Comedian
- Episode #9.50 (1956) ... Himself
- Episode #6.51 (1953) ... Himself
- Episode #2.36 (1949) ... Himself - Comedian
- Episode #2.13 (1948) ... Himself - Comedian
 1951 Penthouse Party (TV Series)
- Episode #1.37 (1951) ... Himself
 1951 The James Melton Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.6 (1951) ... Himself
 1951 The Frank Sinatra Show (TV Series)
Himself - Comedian
- Episode #1.29 (1951) ... Himself - Comedian
 1948 Texaco Star Theatre (TV Series)
Himself - Comedian
- Episode #1.8 (1948) ... Himself - Comedian

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Recorded a sound-alike version of Johnny Standley's "It's In the Book" for Mercury records, circa 1952, complete with Johnny's ad lib, "Thank you kindly, Conley," between verses of "Grandma's Lye Soap." (Conley was Horace Heidt's pianist. Horace provided the back-up band for Johnny Standley.)

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