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MAX 'SLAPSIE MAXIE' ROSENBLOOM BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:

Max Rosenbloom also known as “Slapsie Maxie” was born on September 6th, 1904 in Leonard’s Bridge, Connecticut with the middle name Everitt.  He first developed a career as a professional boxer which later he took into the world of Hollywood.
 
He was encouraged by his older brother to straighten out his act as a teenager and get involved in the sport of boxing.  In the beginning, he lost the majority of his matches and had to support himself by working other odd jobs such as being a lifeguard and railroad worker.
 
His boxing career finally took off after he won the New York Heavyweight title in 1930 and Frank Bachman agreed to manage him and by 1932 he turned pro welterweight.  From this point on his next thirty six professional fights were won and he had finally begun to make a name for himself.
 
When he chose to retire from boxing, with a record of 222-42-31, it was then that Hollywood began to show an interest in him and he began adding a number of film credits to his resume.
 
Some of his more well known roles were on such features as, “Nothing Sacred” (1937) starring Carole Lombard and Fredric March, “The Kid Comes Back” (1938) starring Wayne Morris and Barton MacLane, “Each Dawn I Die” (1939) starring James Cagney, George Raft, Jane Bryan, Victor Jory and George Bancroft and “Irish Eyes Are Smiling” (1944) starring Monty Woolley, June Haver and Dick Haymes.
 
Along with a successful acting career he also opened a nightclub in Hollywood known as “Slapsie Maxie’s” and he also published an autobiography titled, 'Fifty Years at Ringside'.
 
His career as an actor continued performing in a number of nightclubs, additional film roles and even adding such television appearances to his resume as, “The Joe Palooka Story”, “The Honeymooners”, “Run for Your Life", "The Donna Reed Show", "The Munsters", "The Detective", "Playhouse 90" and "I Dream of Jeannie". 

Maxie earned a number of honors throughout his lifetime such as being inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1993 and being inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame in 1985.
 
He married only once to Muriel Faqider from 1937 through 1945.  As Maxie grew older his health began to suffer from a disease known as Paget’s which resulted from so many injures to his brain during his years boxing career years.  He passed away at the age of seventy one in South Pasadena, California on March 6th, 1976 and his remains are interred at the Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery in North Hollywood, California.



Filmography

1969   My Side of the Mountain 

1968   I Dream of Jeannie
 
1967   Cottonpickin' Chickenpickers 

1966   The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 

1966   Run for Your Life 
 
1966   Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title

1964   The Munster

1964   The Donna Reed Show
 
1962   Two Guys Abroad

1961   The Detectives

1960   The Bellboy 
 
1958-1960  The Red Skelton Hour 

1959   The Beat Generation 

1958   I Married a Monster from Outer Space 
 
1956   Hollywood or Bust 

1956   Playhouse 90 

1954-1955  The Joe Palooka Story 
 
1955   Damon Runyon Theater

1955   Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops 
 
1952   Rootin' Tootin' Tenderfeet

1951   The Champs Step Out

1951   Skipalong Rosenbloom
 
1951   Wine, Women and Bong

1951   Mister Universe

1950   Two Roaming Champs
 
1948   Hazard

1947   The Perils of Pauline

1945   Men in Her Diary
 
1945   Penthouse Rhythm 

1945   Trouble Chasers

1945   Night Club Girl
 
1944   Crazy Knights

1944   Irish Eyes Are Smiling

1944   Three of a Kind 
 
1944   Allergic to Love

1944   Follow the Boys 

1943   Swing Fever
 
1943   Here Comes Kelly 

1943   My Son, the Hero 

1942   The Yanks Are Coming 
 
1942   The Boogie Man Will Get You 

1942   Smart Alecks 

1942   To the Shores of Tripoli 
 
1941   Louisiana Purchase 

1941   Harvard, Here I Come!

1941   The Stork Pays Off 
 
1941   Ringside Maisie 

1941   The Lady and the Lug 

1941   Slick Chick
 
1940   Sockeroo

1940   Public Deb No. 1 

1940   Passport to Alcatraz 
 
1940   Grandpa Goes to Town 

1939   Private Detective 

1939   20,000 Men a Year 
 
1939   Slapsie Maxie's

1939   Each Dawn I Die 

1939   Naughty But Nice 
 
1939   The Kid from Kokomo 

1939   Women in the Wind 

1938   His Exciting Night
 
1938   Submarine Patrol

1938   The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse

1938   Gangs of New York
 
1938   Mr. Moto's Gamble

1938   The Kid Comes Back

1937   Nothing Sacred 
 
1937   Marry the Girl

1937   Two Wise Maids 

1936   Kelly the Second
 
1936   Muss 'em Up

1934   Punch Drunks 

1933   King for a Night





Matinee Classics - Mr. Moto's Gamble starring Peter Lorre, Keye Luke, Dick Baldwin, Lynn Bari, Douglas Fowley, Jayne Regan, Harold Huber, Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom, John Hamilton, George E. Stone, Bernard Nedell, Charles Williams, Ward Bond, Cliff Clark, Eddie Marr and Lon Chaney Jr.
Matinee Classics - Nothing Sacred starring Carole Lombard, Fredric March, Walter Connolly, Charles Winninger, Sig Ruman, Frank Fay, Troy Brown Sr., Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom and Margaret Hamilton
Matinee Classics - Smart Alecks starring the East Side Kids - Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell, Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom, Gale Storm, Roger Pryor, Ernest 'Sunshine Sammy' Morrison, Stanley Clements and David Gorcey
Matinee Classics - The Boogie Man Will Get You starring Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, Max 'Slapsie Maxie' Rosenbloom, Larry Parks and Miss Jeff Donnell


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