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Wendell Niles

Highest Rated:   100% The Hitch-hiker (1953)
Lowest Rated:   60% Jet Pilot (1957)
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Best known as a radio and television announcer, Wendell Niles also played supporting roles in close to 40 films, beginning with Ever Since Eve (1937). As a radio announcer, Niles' voice was heard at the beginning and end of shows starring Milton Berle, Bob Hope, and Tennessee Ernie Ford. On television he announced the quiz show It Could Be You.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
60% Jet Pilot
  • Major
1957
69% Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
  • Announcer
1956
No Score Yet Hollywood or Bust
  • MC
1956
No Score Yet I Died a Thousand Times
  • Radio Announcer
1955
No Score Yet Money from Home
  • Race Announcer
1953
100% The Hitch-hiker
  • Wendell
1953
No Score Yet My Friend Irma Goes West
  • M.C.
1950
No Score Yet Swingin' on a Rainbow
  • Radio Announcer
1945
No Score Yet Sensations of 1945
  • Himself
1944
No Score Yet Harmon of Michigan
  • Wendell Niles
1941
No Score Yet Three Faces West
  • Radio announcer
1940
No Score Yet Gaucho Serenade
  • Radio Announcer
1940
No Score Yet Cowboy from Brooklyn
  • Announcer
1938
No Score Yet Ever Since Eve
  • Police Announcer
1937
100% Marked Woman
  • News Commentator
1937

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