Monday 27 August 2012

Lew Davis

Born: 16 July 1884, Buffalo, New York, USA
Died: 13 January 1948, Inglewood, California, USA

A bit part actor, mainly uncredited, who appeared in over 100 films. Lew's greatest claim to fame was appearing in nearly 30 Three Stooges shorts.
Dizzy Doctors (1937) as Small Car Driver (uncredited)
With Curly Howard in a Three Stooges comedy short.

Cash and Carry (1937) as Con Man (uncredited)
Lew Davis, on the left, confers with Nick Copeland in a Three Stooges comedy short.
So's Your Aunt Emma (1942) as Cigarette counter man (uncredited)
Uncredited background role for Lew, with no lines of dialogue. 
A Hit with a Miss (1945) as Ring Announcer (uncredited)
A Shemp Howard comedy short.

Bride and Gloom (1947) as Realtor (uncredited)

Lew is on the left, with Dick Curtis and Christine McIntyre in a Shemp Howard comedy short.

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