Fred 'Snowflake' Toones

 

Fred 'Snowflake' Toones

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Fred 'Snowflake' Toones var en skådespelare. Han föddes i North Carolina den 5 januari 1906. Fred 'Snowflake' Toones dog 13 februari 1962, han blev 56 år. Han är känd för bland annat The Lost Weekend (1945), Mr. Smith i Washington (1939), The Palm Beach Story (1942), Dodge City (1939) och A Star Is Born (1937).

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Fred 'Snowflake' Toones

Född 1906-01-05 (118 år sedan) i North Carolina. Död 1962-02-13 (56 år).

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Toones is one of the most "colorful" character faces in B-Westerns and cliffhangers. He appeared in over 200 films between 1928 and 1951; and during 1936 and 1947, Toones often worked under contract for Republic Pictures, appearing in about 40 of its films.

Toones often played a bootblack or shoeshine man in at least six of his movies, and Toones actually ran the shoeshine stand at Republic Studios.

Toones first appeared as a porter in 1932 in "The Hurricane Express", and was usually typecast as a porter -appearing in over 50 films in such a role. He also played a variety of other service-oriented or domestic worker roles such as stable grooms, janitors, elevator operators, valets, cooks, bellhops, doormen, butlers, and bartenders. Like other actors of the time, i.e. Anna May Wong and Franklin Pangborn, Toones is a prime example of racial and social stereotyping in the Hollywood film industry.

His standard characterization was that of a middle-aged "colored" man with a high-pitched voice and childlike mannerisms. "Snowflake" was the stage name Toones was best known by, and he used this name as his credit as early as his third film, 1931's "Shanghaied Love". Likewise, in "Shanghaied Love" and over 35 other films, "Snowflake" was also Toones' character name.

Toones acted in films such as "Mississippi" (1935), "Hawk of the Wilderness" (1938), and "Daredevils of the Red Circle" (1939) with Bruce Bennett and in many "B" westerns such as "The Lawless Nineties" (1936) with John Wayne. He also appeared in dozens of two-reeler's such as Columbia's "Woman Haters" (1934) with the Three Stooges, and had a bit role in Laurel and Hardy's classic feature "Way Out West" (1937). Toones is also a familiar face in four Preston Sturges comedies: "Twentieth Century" (1934), "Remember the Night" (1940),"Christmas in July" (1940) and "The Palm Beach Story" (1942).

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