Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Frank Cady Biography (1915-)
Born in 1915 in Susanville, CA. Addresses: Agent--Greenvine Agency, 110 East Ninth St., Suite C-1005, Los Angeles, CA 90079.
- Birth Details
- Susanville, California, United States
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Doc Williams, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, ABC, 1954-65.
- Sam Drucker, Petticoat Junction, CBS, 1963-70.
- Sam Drucker, Green Acres, CBS, 1965-71.
- Voice of Homer, These Are the Days (animated), ABC, 1974-76.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; EPISODIC
- New Girl in His Life (broadcast as an episode of The General Electric Theatre), CBS, 1957.
- Luke, The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1965.
- Farley Upchurch, The Andy Griffith Show, CBS, 1966.
- Appeared as Sam Drucker in The Beverly Hillbillies, CBS; also appeared inepisodes of December Bride, CBS, and Guestward Ho!, ABC.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; PILOTS
- Will Hoople, The Andy Griffith Show (broadcast as an episode of The DannyThomas Show), CBS, 1960.
- Doc Medford, Sutters Bay, CBS, 1983.
Credits; OTHER TELEVISION APPEARANCES
- Mr. Minney, "The Winged Colt," ABC Children's Novel for Television (special), ABC, 1977.
- Mr. Sutter, Soup and Me (special), ABC, 1978.
- Sam Drucker, Return to Green Acres (movie), CBS, 1990.
Credits; FILM APPEARANCES
- Violence, Monogram, 1947.
- Professor Edwards, Sarge Goes to College, Monogram, 1947.
- Gus Barton, Bungalow Thirteen, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1948.
- Suspect, He Walked by Night, Eagle-Lion, 1948.
- Shirley's partner, City Across the River, Universal, 1949.
- Mr. Crane, The Lady Takes a Sailor, Warner Brothers, 1949.
- Clerk, Sky Dragon, Monogram, 1949.
- Player, Take One False Step, Universal, 1949.
- Prejudice, Motion Picture Sales, 1949.
- Eddie, Convicted (also known as One Way Out), Columbia, 1950.
- Mr. Hoff, Emergency Wedding, Columbia, 1950.
- Max Henry, Experiment Alcatraz, RKO, 1950.
- Timid guest, Father of the Bride, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1950.
- Tax investigator, The Great Rupert, Eagle-Lion, 1950.
- Geologist, Perfect Strangers (also known as Too Dangerous to Love), Warner Brothers, 1950.
- Elevator operator, Three Husbands, United Artists (UA), 1950.
- Hotel clerk, Young Man with a Horn, Warner Brothers, 1950.
- Mr. Creavy, Dear Brat, Paramount, 1951.
- Ferguson, Let's Make It Legal, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1951.
- Bennie Amboy, The Sellout, MGM, 1951.
- Mr. Federber, The Big Carnival (also known as Ace in the Hole and The Human Interest Story), Paramount, 1951.
- Harold Ferris, When Worlds Collide, Paramount, 1951.
- Weinberg, The Atomic City, Paramount, 1952.
- Mr. Watts, Half a Hero, MGM, 1953.
- Dr. Day, Marry Me Again, RKO, 1953.
- Fire escape man, Rear Window, Paramount, 1954.
- Trader Joe, The Indian Fighter, UA, 1955.
- Canford, Trial, MGM, 1955.
- Mr. Daigle, The Bad Seed, Warner Brothers, 1956.
- Pop, The Girl Most Likely, Universal, 1957.
- Abe Pickett, The Tin Star, Paramount, 1957.
- Willie Poole, The Missouri Traveler, Buena Vista, 1958.
- Milstead, The Man Who Understood Women, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1959.
- Mayor James Sargent, Seven Faces of Dr. Lao, MGM, 1964.
- Charlie Pettibone, The Gnome-Mobile, Buena Vista, 1967.
- Assayer, The $1,000,000 Duck, Buena Vista, 1971.
- Pa Allan, Zandy's Bride, Warner Brothers, 1974.
- Pa Tater, Hearts of the West (also known as Hollywood Cowboy), MGM/UA, 1975.
- Also appeared in The Checkered Coat.
Credits; STAGE APPEARANCES
- Henry IV, Part I, Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, 1971.
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