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Gene Patton (1932–2015)

Gene Patton was born on April 25, 1932 in Berkeley, California, USA as Eugene Sidney Patton. He is known for his work on Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002), My Tutor (1983) and The Gong Show Movie (1980). He was married to Doris M. Prince and Carol Larson. He died on March 9, 2015 in Pasadena, California. See full bio »

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My Tutor Workman
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 1986 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series)
- Steve Landesberg/David Horowitz/Barry O'Halloran (1986) ... General (uncredited)
 1983 My Tutor
 1981 Stockers (TV Movie)
 1980 The Gong Show Movie
Gene Gene The Dancing Machine
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 1976 The Gong Show (TV Series) (stagehand)
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 2006 The 100 Greatest TV Quotes & Catchphrases (TV Mini Series documentary)
- 20-1 (2006) ... Self
- 40-21 (2006) ... Self
- 60-41 (2006) ... Self
- 80-61 (2006) ... Self
- 100-81 (2006) ... Self
 2002 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Self (as Gene Gene Patton)
 1979 The Gong Show (TV Series)
Gene Gene, The Dancing Machine
- Episode dated 30 July 1979 (1979) ... Gene Gene, The Dancing Machine

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Doris M. Prince  (her death)  (4 children) | See more »

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He gained fame as "Gene! Gene! The Dancing Machine!" on Chuck Barris's The Gong Show (1976). A regular performer, he would dance to Count Basie's "Jumping' At the Woodside". See more »


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