Don Brodie

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Don Brodie
Brodie in Second Chorus, 1940
Born (1904-05-29)May 29, 1904
Cincinnati, Ohio,
United States
Died January 8, 2001(2001-01-08) (aged 96)
Los Angeles, California,
United States
Occupation Film, television actor
Years active 1930s–70s

Don Brodie (May 29, 1904, Cincinnati, Ohio – January 8, 2001, Los Angeles, California) was an American actor and director.

A veteran of more than 250 film and television productions, Brodie appeared as a callow, mustachioed actor in a variety of utility roles in films from the early 1930s. Usually playing bit parts in features, his more notable credits include his voiceover work in the Disney cartoon features Pinocchio and Dumbo and his portrayal of a careful used car lot owner in the film noir classic Detour. He also worked off and on as a dialogue director.

In 1944, he directed his sole movie, A Fig Leaf for Eve.

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