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Charlie Ruggles
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Actor
    (February 8, 1886-December 23, 1970)
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Appeared in the films 'The Patchwork Girl of Oz' (1914), 'Peer Gynt' (1915), 'Charley's Aunt' (1930), 'Love Me Tonight' (1932), 'Trouble in Paradise' (1932), 'Ruggles of Red Gap' (1935), 'The Big Broadcast of 1936' (1936), 'Bringing Up Baby' (1938), 'Incendiary Blonde' (1945), 'A Stolen Life' (1946), 'It Happened on 5th Avenue' (1947), 'The Parent Trap' (1961), 'Papa's Delicate Condition' (1963), 'The Ugly Dachshund' (1966) and 'Follow Me, Boys!' (1966)
    Portrayed Charlie Ruggles in 'The Ruggles' (1949-52) and Cicero Sweeney in 'The World of Mr. Sweeney' (1954-55)
    Guest roles in The Beverly Hillbillies and Bewitched
    Provided the voice of Aesop in the 'Aesop and Son' segments of Rocky and Bullwinkle
    Appeared on Broadway in 'Help Wanted' (1914), 'The Passing Show of 1918' (1918), 'The Girl in the Limousine' (1919), 'Ladies' Night' (1920), 'The Demi-Virgin' (1921), 'Battling Butler' (1923), 'Queen High' (1926), 'The Pleasure of His Company' (1958) and 'Roar Like a Dove' (1964)
    He tended to be cast as the comic relief in otherwise serious films.
    His trademark line was 'Oh, my, my, my.'
    Oddly, although he appeared in 'Ruggles of Red Gap,' he did not portray Ruggles -- Charles Laughton did.
    He was married and divorced twice.
    He and his second wife owned 94 pets at one point.
    His mother was shot and killed when she stepped between her husband and an armed burglar.
    He appeared in over 100 films in a career that lasted more than 50 years.
    He won a Tony Award for Best Supporting or Featured Actor for 'The Pleasure of His Company' (1959).
    He has three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for work in films, radio and TV.

Credit: C. Fishel


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