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De Wolfe (Billy) Collection
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This collection consists of clippings, scrapbooks, vaudeville photo album, musical arrangements, posters, awards, stills from stage, motion pictures, and television covering the period 1925-1974 from actor Billy De Wolfe (1907-1974). There are also miscellaneous scripts from his stage appearances including "How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying", as well as the screenplay for Dixie (1943) and television scripts for The Doris Day Show and Love American Style.
Billy De Wolfe (1907-1974), real name William Andrew Jones, was an American actor. De Wolfe signed with Paramount Pictures in 1943, often playing a comedic role for their films. He also had roles in theater and television. De Wolfe voiced the magician Professor Hinkle in the animated 1969 Christmas special, "Frosty the Snowman." Some of his credits include "Tea for Two" (1950), "Lullaby of Broadway" (1951), and "Dear Ruth" (1947).
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