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Harry von Zell

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Biography

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Portly, pudding-faced, wavy dark-haired actor/announcer Harry Von Zell, whose well-modulated voice was a standard radio fixture during the 1930s and '40s, also extended his talents toward film and TV where he appeared in numerous comedy outings, often as a straight man foil. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on July 11, 1906, he attended UCLA and first started on the air waves in 1927 with KMIC as both announcer and singer, eventually moving into national radio, announcing for Bing Crosby among others. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Scuffy

Till the End of Time 1946

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Character: Radio Quiz Show Host

The Marrying Kind 1952

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Character: Himself

Avalon 1990

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Character: Newscaster / Off-Screen Narrator

Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! 1966

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Character: Capt. 'Danny' Eliot

You're in the Navy Now 1951

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Character: S & H pitchman

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show 1956

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Character: Himself - Announcer

The Donald O'Connor Show 1954

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