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  • Between 1947 and 1960, Stuffy Singer appeared with most every star of the era, including; Jack Benny; Cary Grant; Bob Hope; Bing Crosby; Lionel Barrymore; George Burns; Edgar Bergen; Gracie Allen; Hal Perry; Eddie Cantor; Eddie Albert; Greer Garson; and more.
  • He starred in five different series between 1947 and 1958, while performing in over 2000 shows including radio, movies and television.
  • In addition to his entertainment career, he was elected to the United States Handball Association's Handball Hall of Fame. Between 1967 and 1980, Stuffy won the Worlds and National 4 wall singles and doubles championships 12 times which qualified him as one of the greatest players ever.
  • During the period 1947-1957, he performed in over 5,000 shows, adding together movie, television and radio appearances.

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