Walter Tetley - Rotten Tomatoes

Walter Tetley

Highest Rated:   40% Pin-Up Girl (1944)
Lowest Rated:   40% Pin-Up Girl (1944)
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Looking far younger than he really was, American supporting actor Walter Tetley (born Walter Tetzlaff) gained early fame on the NBC radio broadcast The Great Gildersleeve before making his screen debut as one of Freddie Bartholomew's co-conspirators in MGM's Lord Jeff (1938). Memorable as the boy with the candy cane in W.C. Fields' You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939), the diminutive Tetley was also in Boy Slaves (1939) and played scores of messengers, elevator operators, and newsboys in films ranging from Horror Island (1941) to Casanova Brown (1944). Tetley later emerged as a popular voiceover artist, most famously supplying the voice of Sherman on television's Bullwinkle Show (1961-1973).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Molly and Me
  • Grocery Boy
1945
No Score Yet It's in the Bag
  • Elevator Operator
1945
40% Pin-Up Girl
  • Messenger Boy
1944
No Score Yet The Lodger
  • Call Boy
1944
No Score Yet Who Done It?
  • Elevator Boy
1942
No Score Yet Thunder Birds
  • Messenger
1942
No Score Yet Eyes in the Night
  • Boy
1942
No Score Yet Invisible Agent
  • Newsboy
1942
No Score Yet Tower of London
  • Chimney Sweep
1939
No Score Yet They Shall Have Music
  • Rocks Mulligan
1939
No Score Yet You Can't Cheat an Honest Man
  • Boy with Candy Cane
1939
No Score Yet Prairie Moon
  • Nails
1938
No Score Yet Lord Jeff
  • Tommy Thrums
1938

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