Benny Rubin (February 2, 1899 – July 15, 1986) was a Jewish American comedian and film actor. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Rubin made more than 200 radio, film and television appearances over a span of 50 years.
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... by Lew Lehr, Cal Tinney, Roger Bower and Rubin were collected in Stop Me If You've Heard This One (1949), a Permabook published by Garden City Publishing ... Under the heading, "P.S.", Rubin only had space for four jokes on two pages, as explained, "Benny Rubin was added to our show just before press time." In 1972, Rubin ... Rubin died of a heart attack in Los Angeles, California on July 15, 1986 ...
... in park, Woman at picnic), Harriet Kay (Maid), Mabel Albertson (Bessie), Benny Rubin (Man at picnic) 33 October 22, 1939 Liliom by Ferenc Molnár Cast Orson Welles (Liliom), Helen Hayes (Julie), Agnes Moorehead (Mrs ... Talbot), Benny Rubin (Max, the agent) 51 February 25, 1940 Only Angels Have Wings by Howard Hawks, motion picture screenplay by Jules Furthman Cast Orson Welles (Geoff Carter ... Kaufman Cast Orson Welles (Candy Butcher on train), Jack Benny (Fred Stevens), Benny Rubin (Maxie Schwartz), Gus Schilling (Paul Sears), Bea Benaderet (Lucille Sears), Lee Patrick (Eileen), Virginia ...
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