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Who is Alan Young?
Alan Young is a British-born, naturalized American actor best known for his role as Wilbur Post in the television series Mister Ed and as the voice of Scrooge McDuck in Disney films, TV series and video games. During the 1940s and 1950s, he starred in his own shows on radio and television.
- also known as Angus Young, Al Young
- born on (96 years ago) in North Shields, child of Florence Pinckney and John Cathcart Young
- nationality: United Kingdom, Canada
- profession: Actor, voice actor
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Unsold Television Pilots (2015)
1955-1989 by Lee Goldberg
Alan Young is a meek watch repairman who daydreams himself into exciting adventures a la Walter Mitty. Guest stars included Cloris Leachman, Douglas Dumbrillie, Raymond Bailey, Jay Novello, Herb Vigran, Beverly Jordan, Susan Morrow, ...
by John Kenneth Muir
Al Pann, June Faray, Kathy Garver, Dan Gilvezan, John Haymer, Sally Julian, Dennis Marks, Alan Melvin, Shepard Menkin, John Stephenson, Janet Waldo, Frank Welker, William Woodson, Alan Young. CREDITS: Animation Directors: Gerry ...
The Disney Song Encyclopedia (2009)
by Thomas S. Hischak, Mark A. Robinson
Wayne Allvvine, Alan Young, Hal Smith, Will Ryan.
by Vincent Terrace
Music and songs coupled with comedy skits about Alan Young, a well-meaning good-natured young man who seems to be plagued by life's misfortune. Host: Alan Young. Regulars: Polly Bergen, Dawn Addams, Joseph Kearns, Mabel Paige, ...
by Thomas S. Hischak
Rudy Vallee, Alan Young, and Scott Brady (dubbed by Paul Carpenter) in the movie musical Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955) and it was used on the soundtrack of the films ...
by William H. New
301-21; Alan Young, Ernest Buckler (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976).
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Alan Young (Dr. Wenger), Ronnie Schell (Sgt. Duffy), James Hampton (Capt. Anderson). Howard T. Piatt (Col. Woodruff), William Prince (Mr. Olympus). Ralph Manza (Weasel). Tom Pedi (Honest Harry), Hank Jones ...
by Eric Michael Mazur
Clint Walker, Burl Ives, Diane Baker, Lee Montgomery, Alan Young. [Mormonism] Bakushû (Early Summer), 1951. Dir.
by Frank Hoffmann
The Alan Young Show (ABC, 1944–1949), The Aldrich Family ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
Children's: Time for Beany, KTLA 1951 Variety: The Alan Young Show, KTTV (CBS) Drama: Pulitzer Prize Playhouse, KECA-TV (ABC) Game/audience participation: Truth or Consequences, KTTV (CBS) 1951 (continued) Educational: ...
1001 Things You Hate to Love by Sam Stall, Lou Harry, Julia Spalding
amiable support from nice guy actor Alan Young, and the still-imitated horse voice of Allan "Rocky" Lane, a veteran of dozens of now-forgotten screen westerns including Law West of Tombstone, Stagecoach to Monterey, and Corpus Christ ...
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Alan Young's Star on Hollywood Boulevard
Disney Connection: Alan Young was the voice of Scrooge McDuck.
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Quotes about Alan Young
Judges pretty much act independently once they get on the bench so I'm not really sure why Harper's concerned that the court is currently being stacked with a lot of Liberal appointments. (Alan Young)
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