Job Actor, voice actor, newspaper cartoonist, circus performer
Years active 1925-1965
Top Roles Munchkin Voices, Dippy Dawg / Pluto, Aracuan Bird, Goofy, Slim, Horse
Top GenresAnimation, Family, Short Films, Comedy, Musical, Fantasy
Top TopicsDisney, Book-Based, Exotic Lands
Top Collaborators (Producer), , (Director),
Shares birthday with Phillip Alford, Herbert Lom, Anne Seymour  see more..

Pinto Colvig Overview:

Actor, Pinto Colvig, was born Vance DeBar Colvig on Sep 11, 1892 in Jacksonville, OR. Colvig died at the age of 75 on Oct 3, 1967 in Woodland Hills, CA .



On October 20, 1993, Colvig received the Disney Legends Award for living up to the Disney principals of imagination, skill, discipline, craftsmanship and magic.

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By Annmarie Gatti on Sep 11, 2015 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Born September 11, 1892 A quintessential clown, was a circus performer, Vaudeville actor and newspaper cartoonist before heading to Hollywood in 1921. There, he found work with comedy-king Mack Sennett, writing story titles, developing gags and performing bit parts. Colvig ... Read full article

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Pinto Colvig Quotes:

Country Cousin: Folks, confidentially, I'm not the real grandma. I'm the wolf, see? Now, I'm supposed to eat Red Riding Hood all up, but I ain't a-gonna do it. All I'm going to do is chase her and catch her and kiss her and hug her and love her and hug her and...
[Giggle fit]

Practical Pig: I build my house of stone / I build my house of bricks / I've had no chance / To sing and dance / 'Cause work and play don't mix.

Mouse: You see, old chum? It's just like I said at the beginning. I told you I'd save your life, didn't I?
Cat: Duh, gee, thanks a lot, old pal.
Mouse: And here's the little bottle that did the whole trick.
[gives it to cat]
Mouse: Well, so long, shortie.
Cat: Good bye. But - Hey! I'm still hungry.

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Pinto Colvig Facts
Father of Vance Colvig Jr.

The original voice of "Bozo The Clown" for the first series of kids' record-readers created by Alan W. Livingston for Capitol Records in 1946. In 1949, he was also first to portray "Bozo" on television via KTTV (CBS) Channel 11 in Los Angeles.

Voice of Goofy and Pluto.

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