Daws Butler (1916–1988)

Actor | Soundtrack | Writer

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  • Daws Butler and Jim Hawthorne in This Is Hawthorne (1950)
  • Daws Butler and friend, circa 1980.
  • Daws Butler emotes for Hanna-Barbera Productions.
  • In 1952, Daws Butler (l) and Stan Freberg show off their fourth Emmy Award for Best Children's Program, "Time for Beany."
  • The Three Short Waves nightclub act, circa 1938: (l to r) Daws Butler, Willard Ovitz, Jack Lavin.
  • Daws Butler as Edward G. Robinson, circa 1938.

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Filmography


All Filmography

Awards

1 win.

Personal Details

Born

Charles Dawson Butler

Toledo, Ohio, USA

Died

(age 71)
Los Angeles, California, USA


Height:

5' 2" (1.57 m)

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