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"Coitainly I'm sound asleep." "Then why are you talkin'?" "I'm talkin' in my sleep!" - Moe & Curly (MOVIE MANIACS, 1936)

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CharacterActor/ActressEpisode
QuackenbushChester CluteGENTLEMAN MISBEHAVES, THE (1946)
QuartermasterB. B. CrearyCAPTAIN HATES THE SEA, THE (1934)
QuartetThe Sportsmen QuartetFEUDIN', FUSSIN', AND A-FIGHTIN' (1948)
Queen / WitchPatricia MedinaSNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES (1961)
Queen Annie of AnesthesiaGeneva MitchellRESTLESS KNIGHTS (1935)
Queen KittyJanet ReadeHENRY THE ACHE (1934)
QueenieFrances McCoySOUP TO NUTS (1930)
QuidGene LockhartOF HUMAN HEARTS (1938)
QuimbyHugh HerbertHELLZAPOPPIN' (1941)
QuinnJack MatherBRAVADOS, THE (1958)
Quinto, dream sequenceScott LaneSNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES (1961)
Quinto, voiceMel BlancSNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES (1961)
QuirtBlackie WhitefordTHREE TROUBLEDOERS, THE (1946)
QuirtGeorge ChesebroOUT WEST (1947)
QuirtGeorge ChesebroPALS AND GALS (1954)
Quiz show announcerUnidentified A MISSED FORTUNE 1MISSED FORTUNE, A (1952)
Quiz show assistantUnidentified A MISSED FORTUNE 2MISSED FORTUNE, A (1952)

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