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William Frawley

William FrawleyAKA William Clement Frawley

Born: 26-Feb-1887
Birthplace: Burlington, IA
Died: 3-Mar-1966
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, San Fernando Mission Cemetery, Mission Hills, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Fred on I Love Lucy

Brother: Paul
Wife: Edna Louise Broedt (m. 1914, div. 1927)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6322 Hollywood Blvd.
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism

    I Love Lucy Fred Mertz (1951-57)
    The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour Fred Mertz (1957-60)
    My Three Sons Bub O'Casey (1960-65)

    Safe at Home! (13-Apr-1962)
    Rancho Notorious (1-Mar-1952)
    Rhubarb (30-Aug-1951)
    The Lemon Drop Kid (8-Mar-1951) · Gloomy Willie
    Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (7-Mar-1951) · Det. Roberts
    Pretty Baby (16-Sep-1950) · Corcoran
    Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (4-Aug-1950)
    Kill the Umpire (27-Apr-1950) · Jimmy O'Brien
    East Side, West Side (22-Dec-1949) · Bill the Bartender
    The Lady Takes a Sailor (16-Dec-1949)
    Red Light (30-Sep-1949) · Hotel Clerk
    Chicken Every Sunday (18-Jan-1949)
    The Girl from Manhattan (1-Oct-1948) · Mr. Bernouti
    The Babe Ruth Story (6-Sep-1948)
    Good Sam (1-Sep-1948) · Tom
    My Wild Irish Rose (24-Dec-1947) · William Scanlon
    Down to Earth (21-Aug-1947) · Police Lieutenant
    Mother Wore Tights (20-Aug-1947) · Mr. Schneider
    I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (23-Jul-1947)
    Miracle on 34th Street (2-May-1947) · Charles Halloran
    Monsieur Verdoux (11-Apr-1947) · Jean La Salle
    Crime Doctor's Man Hunt (24-Oct-1946) · Insp. Manning
    The Inner Circle (7-Aug-1946)
    Rendezvous with Annie (22-Jul-1946)
    The Virginian (17-Apr-1946) · Honey Wiggen
    Ziegfeld Follies (8-Apr-1946) · Mr. Martin
    Lady on a Train (24-Aug-1945)
    Flame of Barbary Coast (28-May-1945)
    Minstrel Man (1-Aug-1944)
    The Fighting Seabees (10-Mar-1944)
    Whistling in Brooklyn (Dec-1943)
    We've Never Been Licked (29-Jul-1943)
    Gentleman Jim (25-Nov-1942) · Billy Delaney
    Wildcat (3-Sep-1942)
    It Happened in Flatbush (28-May-1942)
    Roxie Hart (20-Feb-1942) · O'Malley
    The Bride Came C.O.D. (12-Jul-1941)
    Blondie in Society (14-Jun-1941) · Waldo Pincus
    Footsteps in the Dark (8-Mar-1941)
    One Night in the Tropics (30-Oct-1940)
    Rhythm on the River (28-Aug-1940)
    Golden Gloves (2-Aug-1940)
    The Farmer's Daughter (15-Feb-1940)
    Grand Jury Secrets (23-Jun-1939)
    Ex-Champ (11-May-1939)
    Rose of Washington Square (5-May-1939) · Harry Long
    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (10-Feb-1939) · The Duke
    Persons in Hiding (10-Feb-1939)
    Ambush (20-Jan-1939)
    Professor Beware (13-Jul-1938)
    Mad About Music (27-Feb-1938)
    Something to Sing About (30-Sep-1937)
    Double or Nothing (1-Sep-1937)
    High, Wide, and Handsome (21-Jul-1937)
    The General Died at Dawn (2-Sep-1936)
    The Princess Comes Across (22-May-1936)
    Desire (11-Apr-1936) · Mr. Gibson
    Strike Me Pink (16-Jan-1936)
    Alibi Ike (15-Jun-1935) · Cap
    Car 99 (23-Feb-1935)
    The Lemon Drop Kid (28-Sep-1934)
    Bolero (23-Feb-1934)

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