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Character actor, Lucien Littlefield, was born Lucien Lovell Littlefield on Aug 16, 1895 in San Antonio, TX. Littlefield died at the age of 64 on Jun 4, 1960 in Hollywood, CA .



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Maggie Johnson: I love you, Joe... but I can never, never marry you.
Maggie Johnson: It's my family, Joe... they need me more than you do.
Pa Johnson: Like hell we do!

Leo Hubbard: [Arriving for work at the bank] Good morning, Mr. Manders... Well, what can I do for you today?
Sam Manders: You can do one thing, Leo.
Leo Hubbard: Yes, sir? What's that?
Sam Manders: You can try keeping awake... ALL day.

Pa Johnson: [to Ma Johnson] The next funeral you go to will be your own!

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Child: Constance Palmer Littlefield

Character comedian of prolific output, who played mild-mannered or harassed little men, bucolic country types and doctors for almost half a century. His looks encouraged casting directors to hire him to play wizened old men. He trained at a military academy and made his stage debut at the age of 7, then starred in the Vitagraph comedy shorts "The Potters". Notable performances in The Cat and the Canary (1927) and Sons of the Desert (1933) with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

Brother of Ralph Littlefield.

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