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For Larry Mann, the stock car driver (d. 1952), see Larry Mann Larry D. Mann Born 18 December 1922 (1922-12-18) (age 88) Toronto, Ontario, Canada Occupation actor, broadcaster Years active 1949-1991 Larry D. Mann (born 18 December 1922 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian actor. Prior to his acting career, he was a disk jockey on CHUM 1050 radio in Toronto in 1949.[1] His best-known Canadian television exposure was in a Bell Canada series of commercials called "The Boss" in which he played the title role for ten years beginning in 1981. His brother was Paul Mann, a Golden Globe nominee for the films America, America and Fiddler on the Roof. Contents 1 Filmography 1.1 Movies 1.2 Animated shorts 1.3 Television series 1.4 Television movies and specials 2 References 3 External links // Filmography Movies 1963: The Quick and the Dead 1963: Spencer's Mountain 1965: Willy McBean and the Magic Machine (voice) 1966: The Swinger 1966: The Singing Nun 1966: Dead Heat on the Merry-Go-Round 1966: The Daydreamer 1966: The Appaloosa 1967: A Covenant with Death 1967: Caprice 1967: In the Heat of the Night, as Watkins 1968: The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz 1969: Angel in my Pocket 1970: There Was a Crooked Man 1970: The Liberation of L.B. Jones 1971: Scandalous John 1972: Get To Know Your Rabbit 1973: Charley and the Angel 1973: Kloot's Kounty (voice) 1973: Pay Your Buffalo Bill (voice) 1973: Ten Miles to Gallop (voice) 1973: Oklahoma Crude 1973: The Sting, as Mr. Clemens 1973: Charley and the Angel, as Felix 1974: Black Eye 1974: Gold Struck (voice) 1974: By Hoot or By Brook (voice) 1974: Big Beef at the O.K. Corral (voice) 1974: The Badge and the Beautiful (voice) 1974: Saddle Soap Opera (voice) 1974: Mesa Trouble (voice) 1976: Death Riders 1980: The Octagon 1980: A Snow White Christmas, animated, as Mirror (voice) Animated shorts 1969-1972: Tijuana Toads, as Crazylegs Crane (voice) 1972-1974: The Blue Racer, as Blue Racer (voice) Television series 1954: Ad and Lib 1954-1959: Howdy Doody 1957-1958: Last of the Mohicans 1956-1957: The Barris Beat 1958-1959: The Adventures of Chich 1958-1959: Here's Duffy 1961: Tales of the Wizard of Oz, voice of Rusty the Tin Man and The Wicked Witch of the West 1961: The New Adventures of Pinocchio (voice) 1966: Get Smart, guest appearance as Victor Slade 1967: Accidental Family 1967: The Green Hornet Episodes 25 & 26 as Dr. Eric Mabouse 1970: Sabrina and the Groovy Ghoulies 1971-1974: Dr. Simon Locke/Police Surgeon 1981-1987: Hill Street Blues, as Judge Lee Oberman 1983: The All-New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show (voice) 1989: The Pink Panther and Friends (voice) Television movies and specials 1964: Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, voice of Yukon Cornelius 1964: Return to Oz, voice of Rusty Tinman and The Wicked Witch of the West 1971: Dead Men Tell No Tales 1971: Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate 1977: Columbo: Murder Under Glass 1980: Snow White Christmas (voice) 1981: Dennis the Menace in Mayday for Mother (TV) 1991: Love, Lies and Murder (TV) References ^ Dulmage, Bill (April 2009). "Radio Station History: CHUM-AM". Canadian Communications Foundation. http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/listings_and_histories/radio/histories.php?id=407&historyID=188. Retrieved 2009-04-06.  External links Larry D. Mann profile on northernstars.ca Larry D. Mann at the Internet Movie Database Persondata Name Mann, Larry D. Alternative names Short description Date of birth 18 December 1922 Place of birth Toronto, Ontario, Canada Date of death Place of death This article about a Canadian actor or actress is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This biographical article related to television is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e