Do you have a demo reel? Add it to your IMDbPage. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Frank Fontaine's work have you seen? User Polls Following Johnny Weissmuller The Shapeshifters Comedians playing themselves Who are you? Known For. Hit Parade of John L. The Model and the Marriage Broker Mr. Hjalmer Johannson. Jump to: Actor Soundtrack Self Archive footage. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Director: Dave Fleischer.
Added to Watchlist. June's Most Anticipated Streaming Titles. Fleischer Pre The Golden Age of Animation Part 1: He would rearrange his schedule so that he was never away from them for too long. One of his earliest appearances was on the radio version of The Jack Benny Program.
During an episode which aired on April 9, , Fontaine played a bum named "John L. Silvoney" who asked Benny for a dime for a cup of coffee. The smallest coin Benny had to offer was a fifty-cent piece, so he gave it to him.
The story Benny told about this event became a running gag during later shows. Fontaine's goof ball laugh and other voice mannerisms made a hit with the audience, and Benny brought him back for several more radio shows between He also later appeared on four of Jack Benny's television shows between and His trademark was a bug-eyed grin and the same silly laugh he had done on Jack Benny's radio show.
At the end of his Guggenheim sketch, he would usually sing a song, demonstrating a surprisingly strong baritone voice. Fontaine was a lifelong non-drinker in his private life. Numbers, dots and dashes are ok, too. Select one Female Male Unspecified.
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