Jules Munshin Overview:

Actor, Jules Munshin, was born on Feb 22, 1915 in New York City, NY. Munshin died at the age of 55 on Feb 19, 1970 in New York, NY .

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By Amanda Garrett on Apr 24, 2015 From Old Hollywood Films

Character actor delighted audiences with comic roles in many old Hollywood musicals, including our movie of the month, Easter Parade (1948). is best known today for his role in On the Town (1949) as a sailor on 24-hour leave in New York City, but Munshin was a memorabl... Read full article


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Jules Munshin Quotes:

Arthur: May I be one of the last to congratulate you.


Claire Huddesen: How'd you feel if someone broke your dinosaur?
Ozzie: Never had one. We were too poor.


Arthur: [Song] I don't wanna be a millionaire, I just wanna live like one.


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Jules Munshin Facts
Popular song-and-dance man and comedian at Catskill resorts.

Best remembered as one of the trio of sailors - Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra were his shipmates - enjoying 24 hours' holiday in Manhattan, in MGM's 1949 masterpiece musical, On the Town (1949).

Became a Broadway star after starring in the musical "Call Me Mister" in 1946.

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