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Wally Brown

Highest Rated:   100% The Left Handed Gun (1958)
Lowest Rated:   25% The High and the Mighty (1954)
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Wally Brown built up his reputation in vaudeville as a fast-talking (albeit low-pressure) monologist. In 1942, Brown decided to settle down in Hollywood with a contract at RKO Radio Pictures, making his movie-debut in Petticoat Larceny (1943). When RKO decided to emulate the success of Universal's Abbott and Costello, the studio teamed Brown with short, stocky Alan Carney for a series of energetic but undistinguished "B" pictures, the first of which was the Buck Privates wannabe Adventures of a Rookie (1943). Brown and Carney used the same character names (Brown played Jerry Miles, while Carney played Mike Strager) in each of their starring films--which is just as well, since the movies are virtually impossible to tell apart. Arguably the team's best film was 1945's Zombies on Broadway. RKO folded Brown and Carney in 1946, after which both actors continued working in films as solo character performers; they would be reunited, after a fashion, in the 1961 Disney film The Absent Minded Professor. Wally Brown spent most of his last decade as a prolific TV guest star; his last performance, telecast posthumously, was an appearance on My Three Sons.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
81% The Absent-Minded Professor
  • Coach Elkins
1961
No Score Yet Westbound
  • Stubby
1959
100% The Left Handed Gun
  • Moon
1958
No Score Yet Untamed Youth
  • Pinky
1957
No Score Yet The Joker Is Wild
  • Heckler
1957
No Score Yet Untamed
  • Actor
1955
25% The High and the Mighty
  • Wilby
1954
No Score Yet As Young as You Feel
  • Gallagher
1951
No Score Yet Come to the Stable
  • Sheldon
1949
97% Notorious
  • Hopkins
1946
No Score Yet Girl Rush
  • Jerry Miles
1944
No Score Yet Step Lively
  • Binion
1944
No Score Yet Zombies on Broadway
  • Jerry Miles
1944
No Score Yet Around the World
  • Pilot
1943
No Score Yet Gangway for Tomorrow
  • Sam
1943
92% The Seventh Victim
  • Durk
1943
No Score Yet Mexican Spitfire's Blessed Event
  • Desk Clerk
1943

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