Jack Mullaney

Highest Rated: 96% Little Big Man (1970)
Birthday: Sep 18, 1929
Birthplace: Not Available
American actor Jack Mullaney was the perennial comedy relief, not handsome enough to be the hero or sobersided enough to be taken seriously. He bumbled and stumbled around in several youth-oriented film comedies, notably as Vincent Price's dimwitted assistant in Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1966) and Elvis Presley's careless sidekick in Tickle Me (1965). Mullaney was better known for his TV work, almost always in "goofus" roles: he played bellhop Johnny Wallace on The Ann Sothern Show (1958), was tanglefooted supply officer Lt. Rex St. John on Ensign O'Toole (1962). and showed up as all-thumbs research scientist Dr. Peter Robinson on My Living Doll (1964) Jack Mullaney's most fondly remembered TV stint was on his worst series: he was Hector, the nonplussed time-travelling astronaut on Sherwood Schwartz's 1967 bomb It's About Time.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Little Miss Marker Croupier 1980
No Score Yet Where Does It Hurt? Male Secretary 1972
No Score Yet When the Legends Die Gas Station Attendant 1972
96% Little Big Man Card Player 1970
No Score Yet George Actor 1970
No Score Yet Spinout Curly 1966
No Score Yet Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs Igor 1966
No Score Yet Tickle Me Stanley Potter 1965
29% Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine Igor 1965
95% Seven Days in May Lt. Hough 1964
No Score Yet The Honeymoon Machine Ens. Beau Gilliam 1961
82% The Absent-Minded Professor Captain 1961
No Score Yet All the Fine Young Cannibals Putney Tinker 1960
89% South Pacific Professor 1958
No Score Yet Kiss Them for Me Ens. Lewis 1957
No Score Yet The Vintage Etienne Morel 1957


No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Tom Marlow Clint Ringle Dave Packer
  • 1957
  • 1956


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