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Doodles Weaver ACTOR


Doodles Weaver was born on May 11th, 1911 in Los Angeles, California with the birth name Winstead Sheffield Glenndenning Dixon Weaver.  As a young boy he received the nickname Doodlebug from his mother.  After High School he attended Stanford University and after graduating he began working in the entertainment industry.'
Weaver first started with radio in the late 1930's and was sometimes a guest on the "Rudy VallĂ©e's" program and on the "Kraft Music Hall".  In 1946 he joined the, Spike Jones City Slickers band and toured the country with Spike Jones Music Depreciation Revue up until 1951.  He developed the famous character he is remembered for, Professor Feedelbaum. 
In the mid 60's, he recorded a version of "Eleanor Rigby" where he would sing, mess up the words, insult and interrupt while playing the piano.  Doing what he did best, practical jokes and comedy, Weaver began to make a name for himself.
He also made many "Day with Doodles" which were silent comedy shorts for color television in the early 1960's.  Along with working on the radio and making short films and occasional television appearances, Weaver also did commercials such as an Ajax commercial.
It was this commercial that prompted NBC to give him his own series, "The Doodle Weaver Show".  Doodles was also the host to a number of children's television shows and made appearances on such series as "Batman", "Dragnet 1967" and "The Monkees".  Some of his film roles were in "The Birds", "The Nutty Professor" (1963), "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963) and his final film was "Under the Rainbow" (1981).   
Weaver married four times throughout his lifetime.  His first wife was Beverly Masterman whom he wed on September 26th, 1939 but this marriage was short lived and produced no children.  His second wife was Evelyn Irene Paulsen whom he wed in 1946 and divorced just two years later.  He then married his third wife, Lois Frisell in 1949 and this marriage too ended in 1954.  His fourth wife was Reita Green in 1957 and they had two children before this marriage also ended in a divorce in July 1968.  He did not marry for a fifth time and the remainder of his life he dealt with alcohol abuse.  On January 17th, 1983, Doodles Weaver took his own life in Los Angeles, California at the age of seventy one by a gun shot wound.


1981 Earthbound
1979 Fantasy Island
1977 The Great Gundown 
1977 Mule Feathers 
1976 Starsky and Hutch 
1976 Cat Murkil and the Silks
1976 Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood 
1976 Banjo Hackett: Roamin' Free 
1975 Sixpack Annie
1975 Trucker's Woman
1975 The Wild McCullochs 
1975 Fugitive Lovers 
1975 White House Madness
1974 Macon County Line 
1972 Cancel My Reservation 
1971 The Jimmy Stewart Show 
1971 The Zodiac Killer 
1970 Bigfoot 
1968 Land of the Giants
1967-1968 Bonanza 
1967 Dragnet 1967
1967 Rosie!
1967 The Spirit Is Willing 
1967 The Monkees 
1966-1967 Daniel Boone 
1967 Rango
1967 The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin 
1967 The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
1961-1967 My Three Sons 
1967 The Road to Nashville 
1966 Batman
1966 The Plainsman 
1965 Laredo 
1965 Zebra in the Kitchen 
1965 Fluffy
1965 Petticoat Junction
1965 The Rounders
1964 Kitten with a Whip
1964 Quick Before It Melts
1964 The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
1964 The Virginian
1964 A Tiger Walks 
1964 Mail Order Bride 
1964 The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters
1964 A Day with Doodles
1961-1963 The Andy Griffith Show 
1963 It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World 
1963 The Red Skelton Hour 
1963 The Nutty Professor
1963 Tammy and the Doctor
1963 The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet
1961-1963 The Donna Reed Show 
1963 The Birds 
1963 The Wide Country
1963 Snuffy Smith and Barney Google
1962 Have Gun - Will Travel
1962 Dennis the Menace
1962 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 
1962 Bronco 
1962 The Dick Van Dyke Show
1962 Little Amy 
1961 Pocketful of Miracles
1961 The Errand Boy
1961 Shannon
1961 The Ladies Man 
1961 Ring of Fire
1961 Wagon Train
1961 The Great Impostor
1960 The Tab Hunter Show
1960 Lawman
1960 Fury 
1960 Sugarfoot
1959 The Rookie 
1959 The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock 
1959 Maverick 
1958 Frontier Gun
1958 The Tunnel of Love 
1958 Club Oasis 
1958 Hot Rod Gang 
1957 The Pied Piper of Hamelin 
1957 The Spike Jones Show 
1956 Sheriff of Cochise 
1953 Powder River 
1952 Because of You 
1949 Tennis Racquet 
1948 Superman 
1945 San Antonio 
1945 Hockey Homicide 
1945 Duck Pimples 
1945 It's in the Bag! 
1944 Thoroughbreds
1944 Carolina Blues 
1944 And Now Tomorrow 
1944 Mrs. Parkington 
1944 The Singing Sheriff 
1944 National Barn Dance 
1944 The Merry Monahans 
1944 San Fernando Valley
1944 That's My Baby!
1944 Kansas City Kitty
1944 Since You Went Away 
1944 Two Girls and a Sailor 
1944 Hey, Rookie 
1944 Shine on Harvest Moon 
1943 This Is the Army 
1943 Salute for Three 
1943 Reveille with Beverly 
1943 For God and Country 
1942 Girl Trouble
1942 The Spirit of Stanford 
1941 Mitt Me Tonight 
1941 A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob 
1940 Kitty Foyle: The Natural History of a Woman 
1940 Li'l Abner 
1940 Parole Fixer 
1939 The Night of Nights  
1939 Thunder Afloat 
1939 Flight at Midnight
1939 Take a Cue
1939 Invitation to Happiness
1939 Duel Personalities 
1939 Boy Trouble
1938 Swing That Cheer
1938 Hold That Co-ed 
1938 Swiss Miss 
1938 A Yank at Oxford 
1937 Our Gang Follies of 1938 
1937 Double Wedding
1937 Topper
1937 Lodge Night 
1937 My Little Feller
1937 Behind the Headlines
1937 The Woman I Love
1936 Come and Get It
1936 My American Wife 

Matinee Classics - Doodles Weaver on The Andy Griffith Show
Matinee Classics - Our Gang / Little Rascals - Little Rascals Varieties featuring Darla Hood, Eugene 'Porky' Lee, George 'Spanky' McFarland, Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer, Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas, and Doodles Weaver
Matinee Classics - Doodles Weaver
Matinee Classics - Our Gang Follies of 1938 starring Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer, George 'Spanky' McFarland, Eugene 'Porky' Lee, Darla Hood, Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas, Annabelle Logan, Georgia Jean LaRue, Philip MacMahon, Dickie Jones and Doodles Weaver

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