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Character actor, Otis Harlan, was born on Dec 29, 1865 in Zanesville, OH. Harlan died at the age of 74 on Jan 21, 1940 in Martinsville, IN .

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Otis Harlan appeared in over 130 films from the Silent through the Sound era, but he is probably best know as the voice of Happy in the 1937 Walt Disney animated classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Harlan was also the voice of Mr. Mole in Bambi!.

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).

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By Annmarie Gatti on Dec 29, 2012 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Born December 29, 1865 Character Actor ! Character Actor appeared in over 130 films from the Silent through the Sound era, but he is probably best know as the voice of Happy in Walt Disney‘s 1937 animated classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Harlan was also the voic... Read full article


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Otis Harlan Quotes:

Judge E. Clarence 'Necktie' Jones: Bein' as we ain't got any Bible and no one here has ever seen one, the jury will not be swore in.


Happy: This is Dopey, he don't talk none.
Snow White: You mean he can't talk?
Happy: He don't know, he never tried.


Spanky: [all four boys having a delightful feast of the food Buckwheat and Porky brought out of the store] Home was never like this.Aren't you glad we ran away?
Alfalfa: And how.I betcha' our mothers are plenty sorry now.
Hiram Jenks: [while purposely eavesdropping] Oh so that's what they're up to eh?
Mrs. Jenks: Better get the car pa,and take em' right home.
Hiram Jenks: No.Do that and they'll run away again.It's my duty to teach them a darn good lesson first.C'mon ma.


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Daughter, with Harvey, Marion Harlan.

Provided the voice of the dwarf "Happy" in Walt Disney's animated classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).

Uncle of actor Kenneth Harlan.

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