Bob Bailey (actor)

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Bob Bailey (born Robert Bainter Bailey, June 13, 1913, Toledo, Ohio – August 13, 1983 Lancaster, California) was an American actor who performed mostly on radio but also appeared in films.wikipedia
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Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar

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Starting in 1946, Bailey starred as freelance detective George Valentine in the radio drama Let George Do It, but he is best remembered as the title character in the long-running radio series Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar.
In 1955 after a yearlong hiatus, the series came back in its best-known incarnation with Bob Bailey starring in "the transcribed adventures of the man with the action-packed expense account — America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator."

Let George Do It (radio)

Let George Do It
Starting in 1946, Bailey starred as freelance detective George Valentine in the radio drama Let George Do It, but he is best remembered as the title character in the long-running radio series Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar.
Bob Bailey starred as private investigator George Valentine; Olan Soule voiced the role in 1954.

Meet Corliss Archer

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He played the boyfriend of the title character's sister in That Brewster Boy and the father of the title character in Meet Corliss Archer.
Gruff but gentle, he was played by Bob Bailey, Fred Shields and Frank Martin.

Kitty Keene, Inc.

Kitty Keene, Incorporated
He played Bob Jones in Kitty Keene, Inc..

The Lineup (film)

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The Line Up (1958) as Staples
Robert Bailey as Staples

Toledo, Ohio

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Bob Bailey (born Robert Bainter Bailey, June 13, 1913, Toledo, Ohio – August 13, 1983 Lancaster, California) was an American actor who performed mostly on radio but also appeared in films.

Lancaster, California

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Bob Bailey (born Robert Bainter Bailey, June 13, 1913, Toledo, Ohio – August 13, 1983 Lancaster, California) was an American actor who performed mostly on radio but also appeared in films.

Radio

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Bob Bailey (born Robert Bainter Bailey, June 13, 1913, Toledo, Ohio – August 13, 1983 Lancaster, California) was an American actor who performed mostly on radio but also appeared in films.

20th Century Fox

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He was signed in 1943 by 20th Century-Fox and appeared in seven feature films; the first two (in which he was most prominent) starred Laurel and Hardy.

Laurel and Hardy

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He was signed in 1943 by 20th Century-Fox and appeared in seven feature films; the first two (in which he was most prominent) starred Laurel and Hardy.

Suspense

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The program ran from 1949 to 1962 (it and Suspense were the last CBS radio drama series on the air until the CBS Radio Mystery Theater began in 1974) and featured the exploits of "America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator"; Bailey starred as Johnny from 1955 to 1960 and wrote the script for the December 22, 1957 episode "The Carmen Kringle Matter" using the pen name "Robert Bainter".

CBS Radio Mystery Theater

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The program ran from 1949 to 1962 (it and Suspense were the last CBS radio drama series on the air until the CBS Radio Mystery Theater began in 1974) and featured the exploits of "America's fabulous freelance insurance investigator"; Bailey starred as Johnny from 1955 to 1960 and wrote the script for the December 22, 1957 episode "The Carmen Kringle Matter" using the pen name "Robert Bainter".

Robert Stroud

Birdman of Alcatraz
Near the end of the 1962 film Birdman of Alcatraz, he can be seen as one of the reporters gathered around Burt Lancaster and Edmond O'Brien.

Burt Lancaster

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Near the end of the 1962 film Birdman of Alcatraz, he can be seen as one of the reporters gathered around Burt Lancaster and Edmond O'Brien.

Edmond O'Brien

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Near the end of the 1962 film Birdman of Alcatraz, he can be seen as one of the reporters gathered around Burt Lancaster and Edmond O'Brien.

Alcoholism

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Bailey struggled with alcoholism as his health declined, but did recover toward the end of his life.

Tampico (film)

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Tampico (1943) as Second Mate Watson

Wing and a Prayer

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Wing And A Prayer (1944) as Ensign Paducah Holloway

Sunday Dinner for a Soldier

Sunday Dinner For A Soldier (1944) as Kenneth Normand

Birdman of Alcatraz (film)

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Birdman of Alcatraz (1962) as Reporter

List of Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar episodes

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However, during Bob Bailey's first year in the role, each story comprised five 15-minute episodes, airing Monday through Friday.