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Gil Lamb (Gilbert John Lamb)

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Biography

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Lean and lanky Gil Lamb should have been a professional contortionist. Every part of him seemed to be elastic. He could bend at the hip and jackknife to the floor, his head almost touching the ground, face turned sideways. That face was also peculiarly long and lugubrious. His 'fish-eyed' double-take became one of his trademarks. Even his neck and Adam's apple lent themselves to a comedy routine in which he pretended to have swallowed a harmonica. An eccentric dancer and funny man, Gil came from a vaudeville background. Read more...

Actor

Character: High Pockets

Star Spangled Rhythm 1942

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Character: Bob 'Foggy' Day

Riding High 1943

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Character: Albert W. Beagell

Practically Yours 1944

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Character: Pratfalling Party Guest

Bells Are Ringing 1960

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Character: Gil - Party Guest with Harriet

Breakfast at Tiffany's 1961

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Character: Lanky Shriner

Bye Bye Birdie 1963

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Character: Policeman at Park

The Love Bug 1968

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Character: Slosh White - Drunk

The Shakiest Gun in the West 1968

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Character: Harlan Potts

Little House on the Prairie 1974

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Character: Himself - Comic Dancer

Texaco Star Theatre 1948

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Character: Daddy Jo

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 1964

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Character: Claude Peepers

The Wild Wild West 1965

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Character: Mr. Remley

Norwood 1970

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