Lyle Talbot Overview:

Actor, Lyle Talbot, was born Lysle Henderson on Feb 8, 1902 in Pittsburgh, PA. Talbot died at the age of 94 on Mar 2, 1996 in San Francisco, CA .

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Birthday of the Week: (1)

By Beth Daniels on Feb 3, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born Lisle Henderson in Pittsburgh, PA, February 8, 1902 Biography Read it. The Entertainer: Movies, Magic and My Father's Twentieth Century, By Margaret TalbotRiverhead, 2012 Beautiful Rogue Turns out I have seen a surprising number of films that star or feature . ... Read full article


Birthday of the Week: (2)

By Beth Daniels on Feb 3, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born Lisle Henderson in Pittsburgh, PA, February 8, 1902 Biography Read it. The Entertainer: Movies, Magic and My Father's Twentieth Century, By Margaret TalbotRiverhead, 2012 Beautiful Rogue Turns out I have seen a surprising number of films that star or feature . ... Read full article


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Lyle Talbot Quotes:

Eddie 'Ed' Fields: Say, when a guy like him marries a doll like you, I'll kiss your... foot... in Macy's window at high noon.


General Roberts: [the General is explaining why a transmission from the aliens has been cut short] "Thats the end of that one. Atmospheric conditions in outer space often interfere with transmitting"


Rolfe Brent: Why don't you like me, Molly? I like you. I like you and your mother and your daddy.
Molly Middleton: I don't care! We don't like you! We wish you'd go away and never come back!
Rolfe Brent: Who's we, Molly? Your mother?
[Molly nods]
Rolfe Brent: Are you sure?
[Molly runs away]


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Lyle Talbot Facts
Pulled double duty doing voice over work for Warner Brothers' coming attractions in the early 1930's. That's Talbot's voice on the Jewel Robbery (1932) coming attraction reel.

In the mid to late 1950s he was featured in two TV series at the same time, playing the recurring roles of the star's "best friend" on "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" (1952) and "The Bob Cummings Show" (1955).

Founding member of the Screen Actors Guild, which angered many studio heads but did not result in a loss of work.

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