Eddie Mayehoff Overview:

Actor, Eddie Mayehoff, was born Edward Mier Mayehoff on Jul 7, 1909 in Baltimore, MD. Mayehoff died at the age of 83 on Nov 12, 1992 in Ventura, CA .

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Mr. Murdock: Sixty-two pages of drawings and no blood? Not even an itsy-bitsy nosebleed? But suffering catfish, do you call this a Murdock Book for Kiddies with no stranglings, with no decapitations? Where are they?


Stanley Ford: Here you are in the prime of life. A handsome figure of a man, successful in business, adored by one and all. In fact, it could be said that you had it made, except for the one thing.
Harold Lampson: I'm a lousy lawyer, huh?
Stanley Ford: [scoffs] No, you're married.
Harold Lampson: Yeah, but being married is the normal way to live. Isn't it?
Stanley Ford: Who says so?
Harold Lampson: Edna?
Stanley Ford: Oh Harold, I think you've been brainwashed. You're missing a very important point: marriage is not a basic fact of nature, it's an invention. It's like the infield fly rule; it exists only because the women say so and like idiots we just go following right along.
Harold Lampson: Uh...no, no, no, uh, Stan, I don't know what I would do without Edna. She...she...she plans the meals, sends my shirts to the laundry...
Stanley Ford: [interrupting] Harold, you're making another basic common masculine mistake: you're confusing love and laundry.
Harold Lampson: [rubbing the side of his face] Love and laundry, ay?


Mr. Murdock: You see that little window back there, boy?
Eugene Fullstack: Yes, sir.
Mr. Murdock: Open it a little, then jump.


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Eddie Mayehoff Facts
Later in life he became a partner in a sales promotion and advertising firm and dropped out of sight. The only time he was seen on camera was in radio and TV commercials as "The Old Pro" spokesman for Falstaff Beer.

Earned a Tony-nomination as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Dramatic) for his work in "A Visit to a Small Planet" in 1957.

Though born in Baltimore, he spent most of his youth growing up in Norwalk, Connecticut.

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