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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:

Tommy Keenan: Do you mind if I drink that champagne? I've got to take a pill.
Joan Winfield: Do you feel poorly, Mr. Keenan?
Tommy Keenan: Not yet, but I expect to in 39 minutes.


Hank Parr: You got a mind like Einstein, boss.
James 'Jim' Branch: Thanks!
Hank Parr: I mean Mac Einstein, that runs the lunchroom down on Beesy Street.


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
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.

Children: Stuart Erwin Jr., Judy.

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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