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Julius Tannen

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
Julius Tannen was one of the first vaudeville stand-up comedians. He never used props, sets, costumes or stooges. He just put on his hat, walked on stage, took it off, and did his monologue, then put his hat on again and walked off. This was rather revolutionary in his day and Tannen paved the way for many stand-ups to come, such as Bob Hope, Milton Berle, Frank Faye and Jack Benny. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Lieutenant Tannen

The Road to Glory 1936

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Character: Kansas City Radio Station Manager

Sing, Baby, Sing 1936

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Character: 3rd Colleague

The Mortal Storm 1940

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Character: Disturbed Airline Passenger

No, No, Nanette 1940

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Character: Schlick's Companion

Bitter Sweet 1940

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Character: Proprietor of Store

The Palm Beach Story 1942

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Character: Judge Bamberger

The Big Street 1942

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Character: Bank of Paris Manager

A Scandal in Paris 1946

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Character: Nearsighted Banker

The Sin of Harold Diddlebock 1947

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Character: Man in Talking Pictures Demonstration

Singin' in the Rain 1952

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Character: Frank - Manager of Buckhorn Tavern

Loving You 1957

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Character: Himself

The George Gobel Show 1954

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Character: Mr. Kowalsky

The Last Hurrah 1958

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Character: John

Carrie 1952

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Character: Horseshoe Cleaning Man

Last Train from Gun Hill 1959

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