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George Petrie

George Petrie

Show Count: 181
Series Count: 5
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Born: November 16, 1912
Old Time Radio, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Died: November 16, 1997, Los Angeles, California, USA
An American television actor, born in New Haven, Connecticut. On The Honeymooners he had recurring character roles throughout the series. He appeared on the soap opera Dallas, in the recurring role of Harv Smithfield. He started in radio drama, and appeared on programs such as the syndicated horror program "Murder at Midnight" in 1947.

Other television credits include: Rawhide77 Sunset StripThe Twilight ZoneLeave It to Beaver, The Andy Griffith Show, Perry MasonDr. KildareBonanzaThe Addams FamilyThe MunstersThe Wild Wild WestHawaii Five-OLittle House on the Prairie,IronsideCombat!MaudeGunsmokeCagney and LaceyDynastyQuincy, M.E.Knight RiderSt. ElsewhereWiseguyNight Court,Mad About You and L.A. Law. He made frequent appearances on the Honeymooners, alongside Jackie Gleason and Art Carney.

His passing was noted in the end credits of Mad About You as "For Our Friend George O. Petrie 1912-1997", in the Season 6, Episode 7, entitled "Le Sex Show". George had a recurring role on the show, appearing in 10 episodes between 1994 and 1996 as Sid, Paul Buchman's editing assistant. He also had a very short lived, on screen love interest with Lolly Stemple (played by actress Meg Wyllie), Jamie (Stemple) Buchman's Aunt.

He died of lymphoma on his 85th birthday in Los Angeles. He and his wife, the former Patricia Pope, had two children.

Source: Wikipedia

Amazing Mr. Malone, TheAmazing Mr. Malone, The
Show Count: 9
Broadcast History: 11 January 1947 to July 1951
Cast: Frank Lovejoy, Gene Raymond, George Petrie, Larry Haines
Director: Bill Rousseau, Richard Lewis
Producer: Bernard L Schubert
Casebook Of Gregory HoodCasebook Of Gregory Hood
Show Count: 10
Broadcast History: 3 June 1946 to 25 December 1949 and 25 January 1950 to 31 August 1950
Cast: Gale Gordon, George Petrie, Elliott Lewis, Jackson Beck, Paul McGrath, Martin Gabel, Bill Johnstone, Howard McNear
Director: Ned Tollinger, Frank Cooper, Lee Bolen
Falcon, TheFalcon, The
Show Count: 82
Broadcast History: 10 April 1943 to 29 December 1943, 3 July 1945 to 30 April 1950, 7 May 1950 to 14 September 1952 and 5 January 1953 to 27 November 1954
Cast: Mandel Kramer, Les Damon, Robert Dryden, Les Tremayne, George Petrie, Joan Banks, James Meighan, Barry Kroeger
Director: Stuart Buchanan, Richard Lewis, Carlo De Angelo
Producer: Bernard L Schubert
Philo VancePhilo Vance
Show Count: 90
Broadcast History: 1948 to 1950
Cast: Jackson Beck, George Petrie, Joan Alexander
Broadcast: 28th November 1974
Added: Feb 16 2014
Broadcast: 29th October 1974
Added: Mar 02 2010
Broadcast: 29th October 1974
Added: Jun 21 2013
Broadcast: June 12, 1945
Added: Jun 02 2015
Broadcast: 4th December 1953
Added: Dec 08 2006
Broadcast: 11th February 1975
Added: Oct 06 2013
Broadcast: 18th December 1974
Added: Dec 17 2009
Broadcast: 30th October 1960
Added: Nov 01 2012
Broadcast: 8th February 1974
Added: Mar 22 2012
Broadcast: 21st January 1974
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Broadcast: 13th November 1960
Added: Nov 18 2010
Broadcast: 12th March 1953
Added: Aug 04 2011
Broadcast: 29th August 1974
Added: Jun 13 2010
Broadcast: 25th July 1974
Added: Mar 25 2013
Broadcast: 28th December 1952
Added: Sep 10 2012
Broadcast: 15th April 1974
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Broadcast: 29th May 1960
Added: May 31 2012
Broadcast: 2nd April 1974
Added: Oct 28 2012
Broadcast: 18th January 1974
Added: Jul 25 2011
Broadcast: 11th July 1974
Added: Sep 07 2012
Broadcast: 28th January 1974
Added: Jun 01 2010
Broadcast: 3rd June 1974
Added: Aug 10 2012
Broadcast: September 8th 1954
Added: Sep 09 2013
Broadcast: 16th May 1974
Added: Sep 09 2012
Broadcast: 10th February 1954
Added: Jun 29 2010
Broadcast: 23rd August 1951
Added: Mar 26 2007
Broadcast: 12th February 1961
Added: Feb 05 2010