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Stuart Erwin Overview:

Actor, Stuart Erwin, was born on Feb 14, 1903 in Squaw Valley, CA. Erwin died at the age of 64 on Dec 21, 1967 in Beverly Hills, CA .

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Erwin was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1936Best Supporting ActorPigskin Parade (1936)Amos DoddNominated
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Stuart Erwin Quotes:

Joy: Don't you ever have any fun?
Leo McTavish: Fun?
Joy: Uh-huh.
Leo McTavish: Well, uh, I've found really a splendid pasttime.
Leo McTavish: Ho-Ho. I mean, don't you know any girls?
Leo McTavish: Girls? My experience with dalliance has been nil.
Joy: Dalliance?
Leo McTavish: It means to dally around wantonly.
Joy: Oh! On account of you've been so busy?
Leo McTavish: Very busy.


Oscar 'Chubby' Rudd: Two years ago you were so conservative, you buttoned your underwear up the sides; now when you go past, people think it's the fire department out on a picnic!


Jonny Sykes: [typing] Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of Jonny Sykes.


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Stuart Erwin Facts
Children: Stuart Erwin Jr., Judy.

Specialised in playing the average Joe, also hayseeds and semi-buffoonish sidekicks. Best as boxer Joe Palooka of comic strip fame (Palooka,1939) and as Judy Garland's dense brother in Pigskin Parade (1936), which earned him an Academy Award nomination.

In 1938, Erwin was booked to play Dagwood opposite Una Merkel as his blonde missus, when Chic Young's Blondie comic-strip couple hit the screen. Finally, the role (in some 28 films across 12 years) went to Arthur Lake and Penny Singleton. Ironically, Erwin made one film in the much-loved series, Blondie for Victory (1942).

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