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Doodles Weaver

Doodles WeaverAKA Winstead Sheffield Glenndenning Dixon Weaver

Born: 11-May-1911
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Died: 17-Jan-1983
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Suicide
Remains: Buried, Avalon Cemetery, Avalon, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Radio Personality, Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Professor Feetlebaum

Father: Sylvester Laflin Weaver
Mother: Annabel Dixon
Wife: Beverly Masterman (m. 26-Sep-1939, div.)
Wife: Evelyn Irene Paulsen (m. 15-Aug-1946, div. 17-Dec-1948)
Wife: Lois Frisell (m. 23-Jul-1949, annulled 7-Apr-1954)
Wife: Reita Green (m. 6-Oct-1957, div. 1968, one daughter, one son)
Daughter: Janella J. Weaver (b. 24-Aug-1958)
Son: Winstead B. Weaver (b. 6-Jun-1960)

    University: Stanford University

    Shot: Self-Inflicted 17-Jan-1983 (his death)
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism

    Earthbound (30-Jan-1981)
    Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (26-May-1976)
    Six-Pack Annie (Dec-1975)
    The McCullochs (21-May-1975)
    Macon County Line (8-Aug-1974)
    Cancel My Reservation (21-Sep-1972)
    Big Foot (21-Oct-1970)
    Rosie! (22-Nov-1967)
    The Spirit Is Willing (Jul-1967)
    Road to Nashville (1967) · Col. Feetlebaum
    Fluffy (27-Jun-1965)
    Zebra in the Kitchen (Jun-1965)
    The Rounders (8-Jan-1965) · Arlee
    Kitten with a Whip (4-Nov-1964)
    Quick Before It Melts (5-Oct-1964)
    Mail Order Bride (11-Mar-1964)
    Tammy and the Doctor (29-May-1963)
    The Birds (28-Mar-1963) · Fisherman
    Pocketful of Miracles (19-Dec-1961) · Pool Player
    The Errand Boy (28-Nov-1961) · Man on Scaffold
    The Ladies' Man (28-Jun-1961) · Supporting Cast
    The Great Impostor (3-Feb-1961)
    Frontier Gun (1-Dec-1958)
    The Tunnel of Love (21-Nov-1958) · Escort
    Hot Rod Gang (Jun-1958) · Wesley Cavendish
    Superman (5-Jan-1948)
    Hey, Rookie (6-Apr-1944)
    A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (4-Mar-1941)
    Li'l Abner (1-Nov-1940)
    Topper (16-Jul-1937) · Rustic
    Behind the Headlines (14-May-1937)

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