Harold Kruger

Highest Rated: 96% Spartacus (1960)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
A champion swimmer from Hawaii, Harold Kruger (aka Stubby Kruger) was the featured comedian in Billy Rose's Aquacade in the early '30s and, as such, appeared as himself opposite Olympic gold medal winner Johnny Weissmuller (the future "Tarzan") in The Human Fish, a two-reel comedy directed by Clyde Bruckman. The following year, he was credited as "technical advisor" for You Said a Mouthful, a Joe E. Brown comedy with a distinct aquatic theme, but Kruger's own screen career didn't begin until 1941, when old friends Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson cast him in their anarchic Hellzapoppin' (1941). He continued to pop up in bit roles well into the 1950s, but Kruger never became a featured screen comedian in his own right.

Highest Rated Movies



96% Spartacus Pirate 1960
92% Mister Roberts Schlemmer 1955
No Score Yet Devil's Canyon Prisoner 1953
No Score Yet Neptune's Daughter Coach 1949
No Score Yet Till the End of Time Practical Life Guard 1946
90% They Were Expendable Boat Crew Member 1945
93% The Talk of the Town Ball Player 1942
No Score Yet Duke of the Navy `Cookie' 1942


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