Alan Carney

Highest Rated: 100% The Comancheros (1961)
Birthday: Dec 22, 1909
Birthplace: Not Available
Chubby, rubber-faced comedian Alan Carney knocked around vaudeville for years as a comic dialectician. After making his first film, 1941's Convoy, Carney signed a contract at RKO, appearing in choice supporting roles in such films as Mr. Lucky (1943). In 1943, Carney was teamed with Wally Brown (see entry 9048) as RKO's answer to Abbott and Costello. In addition to their inexpensive starring vehicles, Brown and Carney co-starred in Step Lively (1943), a musical remake of the Marx Bros.' Room Service (1938) (Wally played Chico's part, while Carney filled in for Harpo; the "Groucho" role was essayed by, of all people, Adolphe Menjou). Brown and Carney were also featured on a live USO tour arranged by the studio. After 1946's Genius at Work, RKO terminated the team's contracts. Alan Carney continued in films and TV as a supporting player, working prolifically at Disney Studios in the 1960s and 1970s; one of Carney's best latter-day roles was as Mayor Dawgmeat in the 1959 film musical Li'l Abner.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
50% Wild Rovers Palace Bartender 1971
82% Blackbeard's Ghost Bartender 1968
43% The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin Joe Turner 1967
No Score Yet Monkeys, Go Home! Grocer 1967
No Score Yet Sylvia Gus 1965
73% It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Police Sergeant 1963
86% Son of Flubber Referee 1963
100% The Comancheros Bartender 1961
82% The Absent-Minded Professor Referee 1961
50% North to Alaska Bartender with Hat 1960
No Score Yet Li'l Abner Mayor Dawgmeat 1959
100% Compulsion Globe Newspaper Editor 1959
No Score Yet The Pretender Victor Korrin 1947
No Score Yet Girl Rush Mike Strager 1944
No Score Yet Step Lively Harry 1944
No Score Yet Zombies on Broadway Mike Streger 1944
No Score Yet Around the World Joe Gimpus 1943
No Score Yet Gangway for Tomorrow Swallow 1943
No Score Yet Mexican Spitfire's Blessed Event Bartender 1943
100% Mr. Lucky Crunk 1943
No Score Yet Adventures of a Rookie Mike Strager 1943

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