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Richard H. Cutting

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Biography

Arlington, Massachusetts, USA
In the 1950s Richard Cutting derived fame as "Manners," a tiny butler in a Bowler derby hat in a series of commercials for Kleenex Napkins. By trick photography he appeared to be about only inches in height and would manifest under a dinner table in a traditional butler's cutaway. A paper napkin was always slipping off the lap of a diner, giving Manners the opportunity, after a polite "ahem," to inform the guest of the non-slip benefit of the Kleenex napkin. Read more...

Actor

Character: Commissioner Kirby

War Paint 1953

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Character: Police Sgt. Owens

Black Widow 1954

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Character: Col. Meek

Drum Beat 1954

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Character: Father O'Shea

The Left Hand of God 1955

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Character: Monsignor Collins

The Private War of Major Benson 1955

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Character: David Healey / Narrator

Chicago Syndicate 1955

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Character: First Hotel Proprietor

You Can't Run Away from It 1956

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Character: Union Gen. Mitchell

The Great Locomotive Chase 1956

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Character: Doc Bailey - Flight Surgeon

Toward the Unknown 1956

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Character: George - Destroyer Captain

The Eddy Duchin Story 1956

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Character: Dr. John Aitkin

The Girl in Black Stockings 1957

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Character: Gen. William T. Sherman

The Horse Soldiers 1959

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Character: Adm. Ghormley's Aide

The Gallant Hours 1960

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Character: Welland--U.N. Chief of Security

A Global Affair 1964

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Character: Dr. Derwin Dodge

Magnificent Obsession 1954

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Character: Admiral Kester

South Pacific 1958

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Character: Banker Curtis

Ride a Crooked Trail 1958

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Character: St. Regis Hotel Clerk

Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! 1958

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