James B. Carson

Highest Rated: 86% Road to Zanzibar (2001)
Lowest Rated: 60% Swiss Miss (1938)
Birthday: Not Available
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A rotund, often mustachioed character comedian, James B. Carson (born James Frelich) enjoyed a long stint touring in vaudeville and burlesque before entering films full-time in the mid-1930s. Often playing waiters, Carson -- a Missourian -- affected the mannerisms and accent of an excitable Frenchman when waiting on the likes of Joan Crawford and Clark Gable in Love on the Run; Jeanette MacDonald and Allan Jones in The Firefly (1937); and Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour, and others in The Road to Zanzibar (1941). Carson retired from films due to illness in the late '40s.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
86% Road to Zanzibar Waiter 2001
No Score Yet The Man in Grey Gervaise 1945
No Score Yet I Married an Angel Waiter 1942
No Score Yet One of Our Aircraft Is Missing Louis 1942
No Score Yet Lady in Question Wine Salesman 1940
No Score Yet Secrets of an Actress Carstairs 1938
No Score Yet Three Loves Has Nancy Waiter 1938
No Score Yet Crime School Schwartz 1938
60% Swiss Miss Alpen Hotel Waiter 1938
No Score Yet The Firefly Smiling Waiter 1937
No Score Yet Love on the Run French Waiter 1936
No Score Yet Harmony Lane Proprietor 1935

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