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Hal March (Harold Mendelson)

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Biography

San Francisco, California, USA
Hal March, born Harold Mendelson, first came on the scene in 1944 as one half of the comedy duo, Sweeney & March. He and Bob Sweeney had their own radio program, aptly named the "Sweeney and March Show" on CBS radio through 1948. In the early fifties, March sought a variety of venues in which to perform, taking small, uncredited rolls in movies and appearing on a few TV shows such as "I Love Lucy" and "The Kate Smith Evening Hour. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Gus Edwards

The Eddie Cantor Story 1953

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Character: Pete - First Drunk

My Sister Eileen 1955

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Character: Rocky Heldon

It's Always Fair Weather 1955

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Character: Marty Holland

Hear Me Good 1957

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Character: Winston Burr

Send Me No Flowers 1964

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Character: Himself - Guest Host

The Tonight Show 1962

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Character: Himself - Comedian

The Colgate Comedy Hour 1950

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Character: Max von Ritter

The DuPont Show of the Week 1961

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Character: Chuck Lewis

The Trials of O'Brien 1965

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