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Job Voice actor * Puppeteer * Advertising creative director * Comedian * Author * Radio personality
Years active 1944-present
Top Roles Deputy Sheriff, Yawning man, Marvin, Beaver, Punkinhead Martin
Top GenresFamily, Animation, Comedy, Short Films, Musical, Drama
Top TopicsShow Business, Satire
Top Collaborators , (Director), , (Producer)
Shares birthday with Billie Burke, Ann Harding, Joseph Sistrom  see more..

Stan Freberg Overview:

Actor, Stan Freberg, was born Stanley Victor Freberg on Aug 7, 1926 in Los Angeles, CA. As of December 2019, Stan Freberg was 93 years old.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Recording. In addition, Freberg was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame .

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Stan Freberg Quotes:

Junyer Bear: When the nasty old Bogeyman fills me with fears / And my little old pinafore is all wet with tears / And my cute little pug nose is all red from crying / Who is it that saves me and keeps me from dying? / My Pa! / When my little pink cheeks are pale with fright / Who is it that lifts me and holds me tight / And says, "There, there, little man. Everything is all right"? / My Pa!


Bertie: Hubie, I'll never be able to touch this stuff again.
Hubie: Me neither. So there's nothing left to live for.
Bertie: You mean...?
[Hubie nods]
Hubie: Come on, Bert. Let's get it over with.
Bertie: Yeah, yeah. Over.


Dog: Wait a minute, wait a minute. Now, uh, you're a cat, right?
Claude Cat: Right.
Dog: And, uh, cats eat mice, right?
Claude Cat: No!
Dog: You - he-he - you're mice, right?
Hubie: Right.
Dog: And mice, they eat cheese, right?
Hubie, Bertie: Cheese? Ahh! Don't mention that word!


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Stan Freberg Facts
Got the idea for his classic, controversial satire on holiday commercialism, "Green Chri$tma$" (Capitol: 1959), from seeing an advertisement around Christmastime, 1958, of a family gathered around the tree, ecstatic at the sight of...four brand new snow tires. For Freberg, a Baptist minister's son, it was all too much, and he wrote the outline for the sketch that very afternoon.


Star of CBS Radio's "The Stan Freberg Show" (1957).

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