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Cast Member : Nat Pendleton

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 Born  1895-08-09
Davenport, IA
(Nathaniel Greene Pendleton)
 Died  1967-10-12
San Diego, CA
Silver medalist, wrestling, 1920 Olympics

Good friends with Ted Healy. In addition to costarring in several MGM features, the two had their own comedy radio show WEARY & WILLIE in 1934, a regional broadcast featuring discussions on southern California politics.

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1934-01-05 FUGITIVE LOVERS Ted Healy and His Stooges Legs Caffey
2.  1934-03-16 LAZY RIVER Ted Healy (Solo) Tiny Smith
3.  1934-09-14 DEATH ON THE DIAMOND Ted Healy (Solo) Truck Hogan
4.  1935-04-19 RECKLESS Ted Healy (Solo) Blossom
5.  1935-05-24 MURDER IN THE FLEET Ted Healy (Solo) CPO Spud Burke
6.  1935-08-30 HERE COMES THE BAND Ted Healy (Solo) Piccolo Pete
7.  1935-10-11 IT'S IN THE AIR Ted Healy (Solo) Henry Potke
8.  1939-11-17 ANOTHER THIN MAN Shemp Howard (Solo) Lt. Guild
9.  1941-01-31 BUCK PRIVATES Shemp Howard (Solo) Sgt. Mike Collins
10.  1964-09-23 MGM's THE BIG PARADE OF COMEDY Ted Healy and His Stooges archive footage
11.  1990-01-01 THE LOST STOOGES Ted Healy and His Stooges archive footage

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