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Earle Dewey



Rotund vaudeville comic Earle Dewey co-starred with William Frawley in several Pathé Folly comedies in 1929, and after a lengthy hiatus, returned to films in 1940 to play scores of rustic, comic characters, more often than not unbilled. Dewey was one of the townsfolk in Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt (1943), blithely unaware that there was a killer in his midst; he also played the judge who awards Charles Winninger's hog first prize in State Fair (1945).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Deception
  • Jovial Man
1946
80% State Fair
  • Assistant Judge
1945
No Score Yet Rogues' Gallery
  • Griffith
1944
100% Shadow of a Doubt
  • Mr. Norton
1943
No Score Yet I Married an Angel
  • Board Member
1942
93% This Gun for Hire
  • Mr. Collins
1942
No Score Yet H.M. Pulham, Esq.
  • Chris Evans
1941

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