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Max Showalter

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Biography

Caldwell, Kansas, USA
Born in Kansas, Max Showalter picked up the "acting bug" as a toddler when mother used to take him to the local theater where she played the piano for silent movies. He acted in 92 shows at the Pasadena Playhouse between 1935 and '38, made his Broadway debut under the aegis of Oscar Hammerstein II in "Knights of Song" and acted for two years in the cast of Irving Berlin's traveling musical "This Is the Army." In addition to his films, TV appearances (over 1000), and stage shows, Showalter was a composer, a songwriter, and pianist. Read more...

Actor

Character: Harry Guild

With a Song in My Heart 1952

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Character: Pete Bentham

My Wife's Best Friend 1952

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Character: Ray Cutler

Niagara 1953

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Character: Frederick S. Hobart

Night People 1954

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Character: Det. Lt. Fred Parks

Naked Alibi 1954

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Character: Billy Wilcox

The Return of Jack Slade 1955

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Character: Selwyn Harris

It Happened to Jane 1959

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Character: B.J. Smith

My Six Loves 1963

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Character: Tobey Rawlins

How to Murder Your Wife 1965

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Character: Mr. Worthman

The Moonshine War 1970

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Character: Mr. Arthur, Piano Teacher

Racing with the Moon 1984

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Character: Reverend

10 1979

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Character: Roger Doremus

Summer and Smoke 1961

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Character: Walter Gamble

The Incredible Hulk 1978

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Character: Mr. Meridith

The Real McCoys 1957

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Character: Ben Ballard

Dr. Kildare 1961

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Character: Hobart Muncey

Empire 1962

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Character: Peter Schechter

A Gun in the House 1981

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