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"She was bred in old Kentucky... but she's only a crumb up here." - Moe (LOCO BOY MAKES GOOD, 1942)

Cast Member : Elvia Allman

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 Born  1904-09-19
Enochville, NC
 Died  1992-03-06
Santa Monica, CA
Animation voice-over actress for Vitaphone's Merrie Melodies in the 1930s, she became famous in the early 1940s on radio's BOB HOPE SHOW as 1/2 of the man-hungry ugly ducklings 'Brenda & Cobina.' Allman was 'Cobina' to Blanche Stewart's 'Brenda,' characters they also played opposite The Three Stooges in TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM (1941). A busy radio actress thru the 1940s, she segued to television, at one time or another appearing on almost every sitcom of the 1950s and 1960s... notably THE ABBOTT & COSTELLO SHOW (Stinky's mother & Mrs. Crumbcake), PETTICOAT JUNCTION (Selma Plout), THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES (Elverna Bradshaw) and THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM (various).

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1941-06-05 TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM Moe, Larry and Curly Cobina

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