Harold J. Stone Overview:

Character actor, Harold J. Stone, was born Harold Jacob Hochstein on Mar 3, 1911 in New York City, NY. Stone died at the age of 94 on Nov 18, 2005 in Woodland Hills, CA .



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Dr. Tom Merrinoe: General Swayne! Certainly didn't expect to see you in person.
Gen. Swayne: Thought I'd be my own messenger boy this time.

Rusty Wells: [into a phone] Hello? Oh, Mr. Frank...
Big Frank: [into the phone] I just called Valerie and nobody even answers her phone. Where is she at this time of night? I'm warning you... if anything happens to my daughter, you're next engagement down there is going to be at the county hospital!

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Jerry Lewis directed him in The Big Mouth (1967) and signed a photograph of the pair from the film: "For Harold, a beautiful man, an exceptional actor and the kind of performer that makes fair directors look great.".

Following first wife Jean's death in 1960, leaving him with two children, Harold remarried later that year to Miriam. They legally separated in 1964 but never divorced.

A third-generation actor, his father was Yiddish actor Jacob Hochstein. Harold made his stage debut with him at age 6 in "White Slaves." Supposedly he had but one line -- "Mama" -- which he failed to remember on opening night. The initial "J" in Harold's name stood for Jacob.

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