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Harvey Lembeck Overview:

Actor, Harvey Lembeck, was born on Apr 15, 1923 in Brooklyn, NY. Lembeck died at the age of 58 on Jan 5, 1982 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Eden Memorial Park Cemetery in Mission Hills, CA.

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By Rick29 on Mar 28, 2013 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

While some actors are acclaimed for the body of their work, others earn fame for creating a handful of indelible characters. , like many fine comedians, toiled in minor roles for most of his career in film and television. However, when given a promising role, he seized the opportunity ... Read full article


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Harvey Lembeck Quotes:

Eric Von Zipper: Please, do not destroy my mood. Tonight, I even like you.
Bullets: [sarcasticly] Oh, perfect. I'll save the next dance for you.
Eric Von Zipper: I lead.


Eric Von Zipper: I am my ideal. But YOU are my idol.


Eric Von Zipper: Ah, Professor?
Prof. Robert O. Sutwell: Yes, Mr. Von Zipper?
Eric Von Zipper: I wonder if we could talk for a minute?
Prof. Robert O. Sutwell: You mean like palaver?
Eric Von Zipper: We could do that, too.


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Harvey Lembeck Facts
Dark, chunky, raucous comic actor of the 1950s and '60s who provided lip service in a wise-guy vein on stage ("Stalag 17"), screen (Stalag 17 (1953), all the Beach Party movies as the inept Hells' Angels-like Eric Von Zipper), and TV ("The Phil Silvers Show" (1955)). Very reminiscent of John Belushi.

Father-in-law of actress Lorna Patterson.

New York University graduate of 1947, who got his start in show business as half of 'the Dancing Carrolls', before specializing in military comedy. His acclaimed performance in 'Stalag 17' reprised the role he had previously played on the stage.

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