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Emerson Treacy

Actor
Died January 10, 1967 (66 years)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Emerson Treacy (September 17, 1900 – January 10, 1967) was a film, Broadway, and radio actor.

Treacy was teamed with comedienne Gay Seabrook to form the double-act Treacy and Seabrook. The team was very successful on radio and in theater during the early 1930s, with routines similar to those of real husband-and-wife team Burns and Allen.

Modern audiences will remember Treacy as the flustered father of Spanky McFarland in the Our Gang short films Bedtime Worries and Wild Poses.

Treacy played in dozens of other feature films, including small roles in Adam's Rib and The Wrong Man, as well as television programs such as The Lone Ranger, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and Perry Mason.

Treacy died after undergoing surgery on January 10, 1967.
Movies & Shows on Plex
  • The Lone Ranger
  • Dragnet (1951)
  • Mutiny
  • Hopalong Cassidy
Known For
  • Adam's Rib
  • The Prowler
  • Mutiny
  • Long Shot

Filmography

1961
The Outsider · as Mr. Bassett
1961
Lover Come Back · as Magnuson, Ad Council Member (uncredited)
1961
Return to Peyton Place · as Bud Humphries
1960
High Time · as Professor
1960
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs · as George, The Banker
1960
All the Fine Young Cannibals · as Minister (uncredited)
1959
A Private's Affair · as Mr. Walker
1959
Tightrope (TV Series) · as Joe Wilson
1959
1959
The Untouchables (TV Series) · as Reverend (uncredited)
1958
Mardi Gras · as Mr. Simmons
1958
Lawman (TV Series) · as Blinker
1958
Rescue 8 (TV Series) · as Charlie
1958
Peter Gunn (TV Series) · as Martin Hodges
1958
Buckskin (TV Series) · as Doc Harris
1958
Sing Boy Sing · as Doctor
1958
Handle with Care · as Mr. Zollen
1957
Casey Jones (TV Series) · as Joe Greenleaf
1957
Perry Mason (TV Series) · as Dr. Fowler
1957
Wagon Train (TV Series) · as George Hankes
1957
Sugarfoot (TV Series) · as Withers
1957
A Hatful of Rain · as Mr. Wagner - Celia's Office Manager (uncredited)
1957
Tales of Wells Fargo (TV Series) · as Doc Quinney
1956
The Wrong Man · as Mr. Wendon - Insurance Manager (uncredited)
1956
1956
State Trooper (TV Series) · as Arthur Galbreath
1955
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series) · as Deli Manager
1955
Run for Cover · as Bank Clerk
1955
Science Fiction Theatre (TV Series) · as Dr. Heineman
1955
TV Reader's Digest (TV Series) · as Harry Ratcliffe
1955
Prince of Players · as Protester Outside Theatre
1954
A Star Is Born · as Justice Of The Peace (uncredited)
1954
The Lineup (TV Series) · as Gunther - Holdup Victim
1954
Medic (TV Series) · as Dr. Stevens
1953
1953
General Electric Theater (TV Series) · as Cast
1953
I Led 3 Lives (TV Series) · as Doc
1952
Ford Theatre: All Star Theatre (TV Series) · as Mayor
1952
Cavalcade of America (TV Series) · as Cast
1952
Hopalong Cassidy (TV Series) · as Wilberforce Lawrence Edgemont - Aka The Professor
1952
Just This Once · as Mr. Black
1952
Deadline - U.S.A. · as City Editor
1952
Mutiny · as Council Speaker
1951
Dragnet (1951) (TV Series) · as George Grayson
1951
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (TV Series) · as Dan Tuttle
1951
1951
Fort Worth · as Ben Garvin
1951
The Prowler · as William Gilvray
1950
The Sound of Fury · as Blind Preacher
1950
Racket Squad (TV Series) · as Mr. Hunter
1950
Wyoming Mail · as Ben
1950
The Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) · as Anderson
1950
Key to the City · as Reporter
1949
Adam's Rib · as Jules Frikke
1949
The Lone Ranger (TV Series) · as Doctor Holcomb
1939
Gone with the Wind · as Minor Role (uncredited)
1939
They All Come Out · as Larry Lee
1939
Invitation to Happiness · as Photographer (uncredited)
1939
Long Shot · as Henry Knox
1938
Give Me a Sailor · as Meryl
1937
Stand-In · as Tommy
1937
California Straight Ahead! · as Charlie Porter
1936
Adventure in Manhattan · as Injured Soldier In Play
1935
Dr. Socrates · as Young Man
1935
Honeymoon Limited · as Bridegroom
1935
Party Wire · as Martin
1935
Eight Bells · as Sparks
1934
The Man Who Reclaimed His Head · as French Student Pacifist
1934
Two Alone · as Milt Pollard
1933
Dream Stuff · as Clarence
1932
Okay America! · as Jerry Robbins
1932
The Mouthpiece · as Robert Wilson (uncredited)
1931
Girls Demand Excitement · as Bobby Cruikshank
1931
Sea Goin' Sheiks · as Cast

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