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Spike Jones (I) (1911–1965)


Spike Jones was born on December 14, 1911 in Long Beach, California, USA as Lindley Armstrong Jones. He was an actor, known for Mr. Nobody (2009), I.Q. (1994) and La bûche (1999). He was married to Helen Grayco and Patricia Middleton. He died on May 1, 1965 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California. See full bio »

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Known For

Mr. Nobody Soundtrack
(2009)
I.Q. Soundtrack
(1994)
La bûche Soundtrack
(1999)
Fireman Save My Child Lt. 'Mac' McGinty
(1954)

Filmography

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 1964 Burke's Law (TV Series)
Duke of Epsom
- Who Killed What's His Name? (1964) ... Duke of Epsom
 1961 The Spike Jones Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.11 (1961)
- Episode #1.10 (1961)
- Episode #1.9 (1961)
- Episode #1.8 (1961)
- Episode #1.7 (1961)
 1961 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
Leonard Burnside
- Episode #14.20 (1961) ... Leonard Burnside
 1960 Swinging Spiketaculars (TV Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1960)
 1954 The Spike Jones Show (TV Series)
Prince Charming / Pinocchio / Witch
- Episode #1.19 (1954)
- Pinocchio (1954) ... Pinocchio
- Episode #1.16 (1954)
- Easter Show (1954)
- Charity Bazaar (1954)
 1954 Fireman Save My Child
Lt. 'Mac' McGinty
 1947 Variety Girl
Spike Jones (as Spike Jones and His City Slickers)
 1947 Ladies' Man
Spike Jones - City Slicker Band Leader
 1946 Breakfast in Hollywood
Spike Jones
 1945 Bring on the Girls
Spike Jones Band
 1944 Meet the People
Spike Jones (uncredited)
 1943 Thank Your Lucky Stars
Leader of His City Slickers
 1942 Blacksmith Song (Short)
Blacksmith
 1942 Idaho (Short)
Spike Jones
 1942 Pass the Biscuits, Mirandy (Short)
Lead Hillbilly in Flat Hat (uncredited)
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Show Show Composer (3 credits)
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Show Show Self (27 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (10 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

TV commercial (as Spike Jones and His City Slickers): Schweppes cocktail drinks. Song used: "Cocktails for Two". See more »

Publicity Listings:

2 Biographical Movies | 3 Print Biographies | 1 Portrayal | 2 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Spike Jones and His City Slickers
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Trivia:

Prolific recording artist, primarily for RCA Victor, Verve and Liberty records, his hits included "Der Fuhrer's Face," "Cocktails for Two", "Chlo-e", "Dance of the Hours", "Pal-Yat-Chee" (with Homer and Jethro), "All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth" and "Washington Square". See more »

Trademark:

Wild custom made suits

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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