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Cause of death
  
Name
  
Andy Devine

Years active
  
1926–77

Occupation
  
Actor


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Full Name
  
Andrew Vabre Devine

Born
  
October 7, 1905 (
1905-10-07
)

Spouse
  
Dorothy Devine (m. 1933–1977)

Children
  
Tad Devine, Denny Devine, Arthur Matthew Devine, Deborah Catherine Devine, Susanna Rachel Devine

Parents
  
Thomas Devine Jr., Amy Ward

Movies and TV shows
  
Stagecoach, The Man Who Shot Liberty V, The Adventures of Wild Bil, Andy's Gang, Robin Hood


Died
  
February 18, 1977 (aged 71) Orange, California, U.S.

Similar
  
Louise Platt, John Carradine, Claire Trevor

Nationality
  
American

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Andrew Vabre "Andy" Devine (October 7, 1905 – February 18, 1977) was an American character actor and comic cowboy sidekick known for his distinctive raspy, crackly voice.

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Early life

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Devine was born in Flagstaff, Arizona, on October 7, 1905. He grew up in Kingman, Arizona, where his family moved when he was a year old. His father was Thomas Devine Jr., born in 1869 in Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Andy's grandfather Thomas Devine Sr. was born in 1842 in County Tipperary, Ireland, and emigrated to the United States in 1852. Andy's mother was Amy Ward, a granddaughter of Commander James H. Ward, the first officer of the United States Navy killed during the Civil War. Devine was a Republican.

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He attended St. Mary and St. Benedict's College and Northern Arizona State Teacher's College (now Northern Arizona University) and was a star football player at Santa Clara University. He also played semiprofessional football under the pseudonym Jeremiah Schwartz. His football experience led to his first sizable film role, in The Spirit of Notre Dame, in 1931.

Career

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Devine had an ambition to act, so after college he went to Hollywood, where he worked as a lifeguard at Venice Beach, in easy distance of the studios. While filming Doctor Bull at Fox Studios in 1933, he met Dorothy House. They were married on October 28, 1933, in Las Vegas, Nevada, and remained united until his death, on February 18, 1977. They had five children: Andrew Devine, Jr. (born 1934), Patrick Gabriel Devine (born 1935), Susanna Rachel Devine (born 1937), Arthur Matthew Devine (born 1938) and Deborah Catherine Devine (born 1941). Andy Jr. and Patrick are actors; the other children have pursued other careers.

It was first thought that his peculiar wheezy voice would prevent him from moving to the talkies, but instead it became his trademark. Devine claimed that his distinctive voice resulted from a childhood accident in which he fell while running with a curtain rod in his mouth at the Beale Hotel in Kingman, causing the rod to pierce the roof of his mouth. When he was able to speak again, he had a labored, scratchy, duo-tone voice. A biographer, however, indicated that this was one of several stories Devine fabricated about his voice. His son Tad related in an interview for Encore Westerns Channel (Jim Beaver, reporting from the 2007 Newport Beach Film Festival) that there indeed had been an accident, but he was uncertain if it resulted in his father's unusual voice. When asked if he had strange nodes on his vocal cords, Devine replied, "I've got the same nodes as Bing Crosby, but his are in tune."

Devine appeared in more than 400 films and shared with Walter Brennan, another character actor, the rare ability to move with ease from B-movie Westerns to feature films. His notable roles included Cookie, Roy Rogers's sidekick, in ten films; a role in Romeo and Juliet (1936), and Danny in A Star Is Born (1937). He appeared in several films with John Wayne, including Stagecoach (1939), Island in the Sky (1953), and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962).

He was a long-time contract player with Universal, which in 1939 paired him with Richard Arlen for a series of fast-paced B-pictures (usually loaded with stock footage) that mixed action and comedy; they made 14 over a two-year period. When Arlen left in 1941, the series continued for another two years, teaming Devine with various actors, often Leo Carrillo.

Most of Devine's characters were reluctant to get involved in the action, but he played the hero in Island in the Sky (1953), as an expert pilot who leads other aviators on an arduous search for a missing airplane. Devine was generally known for his comic roles, but Jack Webb cast him as a police detective in Pete Kelly's Blues (1955), for which Devine lowered his voice and was more serious than usual.

His film appearances in his later years included roles in Zebra in the Kitchen, The Over-the-Hill Gang, and Myra Breckinridge.

Devine worked extensively in radio and is well remembered for his role as Jingles, Guy Madison's sidekick in The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok, which the two actors reprised on television. Devine appeared over 75 times on Jack Benny's radio show between 1936 and 1942, often in Benny's semiregular series of Western sketches, "Buck Benny Rides Again". Benny frequently referred to him as "the mayor of Van Nuys." In fact, Devine served as honorary mayor of that city, where he lived, preferring to be away from the bustle of Hollywood, from May 18, 1938, to 1957, when he moved to Newport Beach.

Devine also worked in television. He hosted a children's TV show, Andy's Gang, on NBC from 1955 to 1960. During this time, he also made multiple appearances on NBC's The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford. In addition, he was a guest star on many television shows in the 1950s and 1960s, including an episode of CBS's The Twilight Zone entitled "Hocus-Pocus and Frisby", playing the part of Frisby, a teller of tall tales who impresses a group of gullible alien kidnappers. He played Hap Gorman, a character likewise given to tall tales, in five episodes of the NBC TV series Flipper, during its 1964 season. He played the role of Jake Sloan in the 1961 episode "Big Jake" of the acclaimed anthology series The Barbara Stanwyck Show, also on NBC. He also played Honest John Denton in the episode "A Horse of a Different Cutter" of the short-lived ABC series The Rounders.

He made a cameo appearance as Santa Claus in an episode of the 1960s live-action Batman TV series on ABC. The episode, entitled "The Duo Is Slumming", was originally broadcast on December 22, 1966, three days before Christmas. In this role he directly addressed the viewers, wishing them a Merry Christmas.

Devine made his stage debut in 1957 with his portrayal of Cap’n Andy in Guy Lombardo’s production of Show Boat at the Jones Beach Theatre, in Wantagh, Long Island. In 1973, he went to Monroe, Louisiana, at the request of George C. Brian, an actor and filmmaker who headed the theater department at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, to perform in Show Boat.

He also performed voice parts in animated films, including "Friar Tuck" in Disney's Robin Hood. He provided the voice of Cornelius the Rooster in several TV commercials for Kellogg's Corn Flakes.

Devine was a pilot and owned a flying school, Provo Devine, that trained flyers for the government during World War II.

Death

Devine died of leukemia at the age of 71 in Orange, California, in 1977. His funeral mass was held at Holy Family Cathedral. The actor Ken Curtis sang at the funeral.

The main street of his hometown of Kingman was renamed Andy Devine Avenue. His career is highlighted in the Mohave Museum of History and Arts in Kingman, and there is a star in his honor on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Devine is nostalgically remembered alongside other 20th-century celebrities in Jimmy Buffett's song "Pencil Thin Mustache".

Frank Zappa's song "Andy" refers to Devine, and his concept album Thing-Fish includes a character named Ann D. Devine.


Filmography

Actor
1949
Lum and Abner (TV Movie) (completed)
1977
The Mouse and His Child as
The Frog (voice)
1976
A Whale of a Tale as
Captain Andy
1976
Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood as
Priest in Dog Pound
1973
Robin Hood as
Friar Tuck - A Badger (voice)
1972
Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series) as
Sheriff Bintell
- The Men That Corrupted Hadleyburg (1972) - Sheriff Bintell
1967
The Virginian (TV Series) as
Dr. Houseman / Amos Tyke
- The Animal (1971) - Dr. Houseman
- Yesterday's Timepiece (1967) - Amos Tyke
1970
The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again (TV Movie) as
Amos Polk
1970
Myra Breckinridge as
Coyote Bill
1970
The Phynx as
Andy Devine
1969
The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
Mr. Stone / Jim Demmer
- Smoke: Part 2 (1970) - Mr. Stone
- Smoke: Part 1 (1970) - Mr. Stone
- Ride a Northbound Horse: Part 2 (1969) - Jim Demmer
- Ride a Northbound Horse: Part 1 (1969) - Jim Demmer
1970
Bracken's World (TV Series) as
Bill Hunnicutt
- Super-Star (1970) - Bill Hunnicutt
1970
Smoke (TV Movie) as
Mr. Stone
1969
Love, American Style (TV Series) as
Sheriff Bob O'Connors (segment "Love and the Mountain Cabin")
- Love and the Mountain Cabin/Love and the Divorce Sale/Love and the Comedy Team (1969) - Sheriff Bob O'Connors (segment "Love and the Mountain Cabin")
1969
The Over-the-Hill Gang (TV Movie) as
Judge Amos Polk
1969
Gunsmoke (TV Series) as
Jed Whitlow
- Stryker (1969) - Jed Whitlow
1968
The Road Hustlers as
Sheriff Estep
1968
Bonanza (TV Series) as
Roscoe
- A Girl Named George (1968) - Roscoe
1967
Shoestring Safari (TV Movie) as
Colonel Hazeltine
1967
The Ballad of Josie as
Judge Tatum
1967
Vacation Playhouse (TV Series) as
Andy
- You're Only Young Twice (1967) - Andy
1966
Batman (TV Series) as
Santa
- The Duo Is Slumming (1966) - Santa (uncredited)
1966
The Rounders (TV Series) as
Honest John Denton
- Horse of a Different Cutter (1966) - Honest John Denton
1966
Tammy (TV Series) as
Amos Potts
- The Law and Mr. Tarleton (1966) - Amos Potts (uncredited)
1965
Zebra in the Kitchen as
Branch Hawksbill
1965
My Three Sons (TV Series) as
Colonel Parker
- The Sure Thing (1965) - Colonel Parker
1964
Flipper (TV Series) as
Hap Gorman / Hap Corman
- Flipper's Bank Account (1965) - Hap Gorman
- Danger (1964) - Hap Gorman
- Lady and the Dolphin: Part 2 (1964) - Hap Gorman
- Lady and the Dolphin: Part 1 (1964) - Hap Gorman
- Not Necessarily Gospel (1964) - Hap Corman
1964
Burke's Law (TV Series) as
Charles Cortland
- Who Killed What's His Name? (1964) - Charles Cortland
1963
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World as
Sheriff of Crockett County
1962
How the West Was Won as
Cpl. Peterson
1962
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance as
Link Appleyard
1962
The Twilight Zone (TV Series) as
Somerset Frisby
- Hocus-Pocus and Frisby (1962) - Somerset Frisby
1962
General Electric Theater (TV Series) as
Charley Dwyer
- Ten Days in the Sun (1962) - Charley Dwyer
1961
The Big Step as
Service Station Owner
1961
The Barbara Stanwyck Show (TV Series) as
Detective Sergeant Big Jake Sloan
- Big Jake (1961) - Detective Sergeant Big Jake Sloan
1961
Two Rode Together as
Sgt. Darius P. Posey
1960
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn as
Mr. Carmody
1960
No Place Like Home (TV Movie)
1959
Wagon Train (TV Series) as
Jess MacAbee
- The Jess MacAbee Story (1959) - Jess MacAbee
1951
Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok (TV Series) as
Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones / Deputy Marshal Jingles / Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones / ...
- Counterfeit Ghost (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Good Indian (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Angel of Cedar Mountain (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Daughter of Casey O'Grady (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Jingles on the Jailroad (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Clem's Reformation (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Sheriff of Buckeye (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Town Without Law (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Meteor Mesa (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Runaway Wizard (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Monkeyshines (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Spurs for Johnny (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Marvin's Mix-Up (1958) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Steam Wagon (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Gatling Gun (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Jingles Wins a Friend (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Iron Major (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Rainmaker (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Bold Raven Rodeo (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Wild Bill's Odyssey (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Jingles Gets the Bird (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Missing Diamonds (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Kangaroo Kaper (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Great Obstacle Race (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Blind Alley (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Halley's Comet (1956) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Return of Chief Red Hawk (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Mountain Men (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Ghost Town Lady (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Hideout (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Ambush (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Battle Line (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Treasure Trail (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Blake's Kid (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Old Cowboys Never Die (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Golden Rainbow (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Music Teacher (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Buckshot Comes Home (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Outlaw's Portrait (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Sagebrush Manhunt (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Sundown Valley (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- To the Highest Bidder (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- The Sheriff's Secret (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- The Boy and the Hound Dog (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Cry Wolf (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Superstition Stage (1955) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Gorilla of Owl Hoot Mesa (1954) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Ol' Pardner Rides Again (1954) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Stolen Church Funds (1954) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Masquerade at Moccasin Flats (1954) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Kid from Red Butte (1954) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Maverick (1954) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Monster in the Lake (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- The Right of Way (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Avenging Gunman (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Hands Across the Border (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Sheriff Was a Redhead (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- The Indians and the Delegates (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Doctor's Story (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Chain of Events (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- The Young Witness (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Heading for Trouble (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Wagon Wheel Trail (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Nephew from Back East (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Grandpa and Genie (1953) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Marriage Feud of Ponca City (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Prairie Flats Land Swindle (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- A Close Shave for the Marshall (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Fortune Telling Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Jingles Becomes a Baby Sitter (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Wrestling Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- A Joke on Sir Anthony (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Boy and the Bandit (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Trapper Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Lumber Camp Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Wild White Horse (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Ghost Rider (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Savvy, the Smart Little Dog (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Outlaw's Son (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Photographer Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Professor's Daughter (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Vigilante Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Schoolteacher Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Mexican Gun Running Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Blacksmith Story (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Medicine Show (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Civilian Clothes (1952) - Jingles Jones
- Lost Indian Mine (1952) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Slocum Family (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles Jones
- Papa Antonelli (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Ex-Convict Story (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Border City (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Hepsibah (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Masked Riders (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Mexican Rustlers Story (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Silver Stage Holdup (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Outlaw Flats (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Lady School Teacher (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Boulder City Election (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Homer Atchison (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Johnny Deuce (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Yellow Haired Kid (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Ghost Town Story (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Widow Muldane (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Tax Collecting Story (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Indian Pony Express (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Indian Bureau Story (1951) - Jingles
- The Silver Mine Protection Story (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- The Dog Collar Story (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
- Lady Mayor (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- The Rock Springs Rustlers (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles
- Behind Southern Lines (1951) - Deputy Marshal Jingles P. Jones
1956
Around the World in 80 Days as
First Mate of the 'S. S. Henrietta'
1955
Andy's Gang (TV Series) as
Host (1955-60)
1955
Pete Kelly's Blues as
George Tenell
1954
Thunder Pass as
Injun
1953
Island in the Sky as
Willie Moon
1952
Ellis in Freedomland as
The Waterheater (voice)
1952
Montana Belle as
Pete Bivins
1951
Slaughter Trail as
Sgt. Macintosh
1951
The Red Badge of Courage as
The Cheery Soldier
1951
New Mexico as
Sgt. Garrity
1950
Never a Dull Moment as
Orvie
1950
The Traveling Saleswoman as
Waldo
1949
The Last Bandit as
Casey Brown
1948
The Far Frontier as
Judge Cookie Bullfincher
1948
Grand Canyon Trail as
Cookie Bullfincher
1948
Nighttime in Nevada as
Sergeant Cookie Bullfincher
1948
Eyes of Texas as
Doc Cookie Bullfincher
1948
The Gallant Legion as
'Windy' Hornblower
1948
Under California Stars as
Cookie Bullfincher / Alf Bullfincher
1948
Old Los Angeles as
Sam Bowie
1948
The Gay Ranchero as
Cookie Bullfincher
1947
The Fabulous Texan as
Elihu Mills
1947
On the Old Spanish Trail as
Constable Cookie Bullfincher
1947
Slave Girl as
Ben - Fat Sailor
1947
Springtime in the Sierras as
Cookie Bullfincher
1947
The Vigilantes Return as
Andy
1947
Bells of San Angelo as
Sheriff Cookie Bullfincher
1947
Michigan Kid as
Buster
1946
Canyon Passage as
Ben Dance
1945
Frontier Gal as
Big Ben
1945
That's the Spirit as
Martin Wilde Sr.
1945
Sudan as
Nebka
1945
Frisco Sal as
Bunny
1944
Bowery to Broadway as
Father Kelley
1944
Babes on Swing Street as
Joe Costello
1944
Ghost Catchers as
Horsehead
1944
Follow the Boys as
Andy Devine (uncredited)
1943
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves as
Abdullah
1943
Crazy House as
Andy Devive
1943
Corvette K-225 as
Walsh
1943
Frontier Badmen as
Slim
1943
Rhythm of the Islands as
Eddie Dolan
1942
Keeping Fit (Short) as
Andy - Factory Worker
1942
Sin Town as
'Judge' Eustace Vale
1942
Between Us Girls as
Mike Kilinsky
1942
Timber! as
Arizona
1942
Top Sergeant as
Andy Jarrett
1942
Danger in the Pacific as
Andy Parker
1942
Escape from Hong Kong as
Blimp
1942
Unseen Enemy as
Detective Sam Dillon
1942
North to the Klondike as
Klondike
1941
Road Agent as
Andy
1941
South of Tahiti as
Moose
1941
The Kid from Kansas as
Andy
1941
Badlands of Dakota as
Spearfish
1941
A Dangerous Game as
Andy McAllister
1941
Raiders of the Desert as
Andy 'Hammer' McCoy
1941
Men of the Timberland as
Andy Jensen
1941
The Flame of New Orleans as
1st Sailor
1941
Mutiny in the Arctic as
Andy Adams
1941
Lucky Devils as
Andy Tompkins
1940
Trail of the Vigilantes as
Meadows
1940
The Devil's Pipeline as
Andy Jennings
1940
Margie as
Cameo appearance
1940
The Leather Pushers as
Andy Adams
1940
When the Daltons Rode as
Ozark
1940
Black Diamonds as
Tolliver Higgenbotham
1940
Hot Steel as
Matt Morrison
1940
Torrid Zone as
Wally Davis
1940
Buck Benny Rides Again as
Andy Devine
1940
Little Old New York as
'Commodore'
1940
Danger on Wheels as
'Guppy' Wexel
1939
Man from Montreal as
Constable 'Bones' Blair
1939
Geronimo as
Sneezer
1939
Legion of Lost Flyers as
'Beef' Brumley
1939
Tropic Fury as
Tynan ('Tiny') Andrews
1939
Mutiny on the Blackhawk as
Slim Collins
1939
The Spirit of Culver as
Tubby
1939
Never Say Die as
Henry Munch
1939
Stagecoach as
Buck
1938
Strange Faces as
Hector Hobbs
1938
The Storm as
Swede Hanzen
1938
Swing That Cheer as
Doc Saunders
1938
Personal Secretary as
'Snoop' Lewis
1938
Men with Wings as
Joe Gibbs
1938
Yellow Jack as
Charlie Spill
1938
Doctor Rhythm as
Officer Lawrence O'Roon
1938
In Old Chicago as
Pickle Bixby
1937
You're a Sweetheart as
Daisy Day
1937
Double or Nothing as
Half Pint
1937
The Road Back as
Willy
1937
A Star Is Born as
Danny McGuire
1936
Mysterious Crossing as
Carolina
1936
Flying Hostess as
Joe Williams
1936
The Big Game as
Pop Andrews
1936
Yellowstone as
'Pay-Day'
1936
Romeo and Juliet as
Peter - Servant to Juliet's Nurse
1936
Small Town Girl as
George Brannan
1935
Coronado as
Pinky Falls
1935
Fighting Youth as
Cy Kipp
1935
Way Down East as
Hi Holler
1935
The Farmer Takes a Wife as
Elmer Otway
1935
Chinatown Squad as
George Mason
1935
Hold 'Em Yale as
Liverlips
1935
Straight from the Heart as
Edwards
1934
Hell in the Heavens as
Sgt. 'Ham' Davis
1934
The President Vanishes as
Valentine Orcott
1934
Wake Up and Dream as
Joe Egbert aka Egghead
1934
Gift of Gab as
John P. McDougal - the Waiter
1934
Million Dollar Ransom as
Careful
1934
Let's Talk It Over as
Gravel
1934
Stingaree as
Howie
1934
The Black Cat as
Bit Part (uncredited)
1934
Upperworld as
Oscar
1934
The Poor Rich as
Andy
1933
Chance at Heaven as
Al
1933
Saturday's Millions as
Andy Jones
1933
Doctor Bull as
Larry Ward, Sodajerk
1933
Midnight Mary as
Sam
1933
Horse Play as
Andy
1933
The Big Cage as
Scoops
1933
Song of the Eagle as
Mud
1933
The Cohens and Kellys in Trouble as
Andy Anderson
1932
The All-American as
Andy Moran
1932
Tom Brown of Culver as
Mac
1932
The Man from Yesterday as
Steve Hand
1932
Fast Companions as
Information Kid
1932
Radio Patrol as
Pete Wiley
1932
Man Wanted as
Andy Doyle
1932
Destry Rides Again as
Stage Passenger (scene deleted) (uncredited)
1932
The Impatient Maiden as
Clarence Howe
1932
Law and Order as
Johnny Kinsman
1932
The Unexpected Father as
Oilman (uncredited)
1931
Three Wise Girls as
Jimmy Callahan - Chauffeur
1931
The Spirit of Notre Dame as
Truck McCall
1931
Danger Island as
Briney
1931
Heroes of the Flames as
Fireman
1930
The Criminal Code as
Cluck - a Convict with knife (uncredited)
1930
A Soldier's Plaything as
Doughboy (uncredited)
1930
Shooting Straight as
Kibitzer (uncredited)
1930
Dames Ahoy as
Marine at Dance Contest (uncredited)
1929
Flying High (Short) as
Student Admirer (uncredited)
1929
His Lucky Day as
Road House Thug (uncredited)
1929
Junior Luck (Short) as
Bit Role (uncredited)
1929
Hot Stuff as
Bob
1929
Why Be Good? as
Young Man at The Boiler (uncredited)
1928
The Divine Lady as
Extra (uncredited)
1928
Naughty Baby as
Joe Cassidy
1928
Red Lips as
A Sophmore / Professor Fountain
1928
Noah's Ark as
Flood Extra (uncredited)
1928
Lonesome as
Jim's Friend
1928
We Americans as
Pat O'Dougal
1928
Finders Keepers as
Doughboy / Gate Guard (uncredited)
1927
That's My Daddy as
Sailor (uncredited)
1927
Splashing Through (Short) as
Student (uncredited)
1927
The Relay (Short) as
Sophomore (uncredited)
1927
Around the Bases (Short) as
Calford Baseball Player (uncredited)
1926
The Collegians (Short) as
Student, Various Episodes (uncredited)
Soundtrack
1973
Robin Hood (performer: "The Phony King of England" (1972))
1957
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (TV Series) (performer - 3 episodes)
- Andy Devine (1959) - (performer: "I Love My Rooster" - uncredited)
- Andy Devine (1958) - (performer: "The Old Chisholm Trail" - uncredited)
- Andy Devine (1957) - (performer: "The Old Chisholm Trail" - uncredited)
1958
Shower of Stars (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Jack Benny Celebrates His 40th Birthday (1958) - (performer: "Happy Birthday" - uncredited)
1948
Under California Stars (performer: "Rogers, King of the Cowboys")
1947
Springtime in the Sierras (performer: "Oh, What a Picture", "What Are We Gonna Do Then?")
1947
Bells of San Angelo (performer: "I Like to Get Up Early in the Morning")
1946
Canyon Passage (performer: "I'm Gettin' Married in the Mornin'")
1943
Rhythm of the Islands (performer: "Manhattan Isle")
1941
The Flame of New Orleans (performer: "Salt o' the Sea")
1940
Torrid Zone (performer: "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" (1919) - uncredited)
1937
A Star Is Born (performer: "Blood on the Saddle" - uncredited)
1932
Man Wanted (performer: "River, Stay 'Way from My Door" - uncredited)
Self
1975
Gable: The King Remembered (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1972
The Bob Braun Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor
- Episode dated 17 October 1974 (1974) - Self - Actor
- Episode dated 1 September 1972 (1972) - Self - Actor
1972
Donahue (TV Series) as
Self
- Andy Devine (1972) - Self
1971
The American West of John Ford (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1971
The Grand Opening of Walt Disney World (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1965
The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Songs That Stirred America - Part II (1971) - Self
- Songs That Stirred America - Part I (1971) - Self
- Tommy Smothers, George Peppard, Andy Devine, Joe Flynn, Wally Cox, Clark & Marilyn (1971) - Self
- The Comics (1971) - Self
- Andy Devine, Fernando Lamas, Eydie Gorme, Rose Marie, Roy Clark, Mickey Manners (1970) - Self
- Ethel Griffies, Andy Devine, Renee Taylor, Bruce Scott (1965) - Self
1970
The Real Tom Kennedy Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.30 (1970) - Self
1970
Life with Linkletter (TV Series) as
Self
- Andy Devine, Morton Hunt (1970) - Self
1969
Della (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.119 (1969) - Self
1967
The 39th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Audience Member
1966
Gypsy (TV Series) as
Self - actor
- Andy Devine, Irene Kane (1966) - Self - actor
1966
Oh My Word (TV Series) as
Self
- Andy Devine/Tippi Hedren (1966) - Self
1965
The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor
- Episode #5.14 (1965) - Self - Actor
- Episode #4.210 (1965) - Self - Actor
1964
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Ethel Merman, Andy Devine, Richard Evans (1965) - Self - Guest
- Andy Devine, Mike Minor (1964) - Self - Guest
1965
That Regis Philbin Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.66 (1965) - Self
1964
Philippine Adventure (Documentary) as
Tourist
1962
Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.187 (1962) - Self
1962
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.6 (1962) - Self
1957
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor / Singer
- Andy Devine (1961) - Self - Actor
- Andy Devine (1960) - Self - Actor
- Andy Devine (1959) - Self - Actor / Singer
- Andy Devine (1958) - Self - Actor
- Andy Devine (1957) - Self - Actor
1955
This Is Your Life (TV Series) as
Self / Self - Honoree
- Richard Arlen (1961) - Self
- Andy Devine (1955) - Self - Honoree
1957
Andy's Gang (TV Series) as
Self - Host / Self
- Episode dated 31 December 1960 (1960) - Self
- Episode dated 1 October 1960 (1960) - Self
- Episode dated 2 May 1959 (1959) - Self - Host
- Episode dated 7 June 1958 (1958) - Self - Host
- Episode dated 4 January 1958 (1958) - Self - Host
- Episode dated 23 November 1957 (1957) - Self - Host
1958
The Garry Moore Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Andy Devine, Audrey Meadows, Louise O'Brien, Tommy Sands (1958) - Self - Guest
1958
The Lux Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.20 (1958) - Self
1958
Shower of Stars (TV Series) as
Self
- Jack Benny Celebrates His 40th Birthday (1958) - Self
1956
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (TV Series) as
Self
- Guests: Jane Russell, Lilli Palmer, Bobby Van, Andy Devine, Buddy Hackett (1956) - Self
1956
The All New Truth or Consequences (TV Series) as
Self - Guest star
- Dress in Upper; That's the Father; Wild Bill Hickok; Cartoons Carryover (1956) - Self - Guest star
1955
Place the Face (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 19 July 1955 (1955) - Self - Guest
1955
I've Got a Secret (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 9 March 1955 (1955) - Self - Guest
1954
A Star Is Born World Premiere (TV Movie) as
Self
1952
What's My Line? (TV Series) as
Self - Mystery Guest
- Andy Devine (1952) - Self - Mystery Guest
1952
The Colgate Comedy Hour (TV Series) as
Self - Comic Actor
- Host: Donald O'Connor; Guests: Andy Devine, Mindy Carson, Ben Blue, Sid Miller (1952) - Self - Comic Actor
1950
The Milton Berle Show (TV Series) as
Self - Comic Actor
- Ed Sullivan, Frankie Laine, John Carradine, Andy Devine, Alice Pearce, Beatrice Kay, Martin Block (1950) - Self - Comic Actor
1950
Screen Actors (Documentary short) as
Self (uncredited)
1950
The Ed Wynn Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Andy Devine, Sam Hearn, Andy Russell & Della Russell (1950) - Self
1941
Fishing Fever (Documentary short) as
Self - Fisher
1940
Swing with Bing (Short) as
Self
1939
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 9 (Documentary short) as
Self - Horse Show Attendee
1935
La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (Short) as
Self - Toreador
Archive Footage
2017
The ComicWeb: Old Time Radio Programs (Podcast Series) as
Jingles
- Wild Bill Hickok: Outlaw's Bargain (2017) - Jingles
2013
John Ford et Monument Valley (TV Movie documentary)
2009
The Movie Orgy (Documentary) as
Self (uncredited)
2008
Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon (Documentary) as
Self
2007
John Wayne: Behind the Scenes (Video documentary)
2000
Golden Saddles, Silver Spurs (TV Movie documentary)
1998
The Making of 'How the West Was Won' (Video documentary short) as
Self
1993
TV's Western Heroes (Video documentary) as
Self
1992
Gunfighters of the Old West (Video documentary) as
Train Robber (uncredited)
1984
Going Hollywood: The '30s (Documentary)
1976
Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch as
Stout Sidekick (uncredited)
1971
The Dick Cavett Show (TV Series) as
Judge Amos Polk
- Fred Astaire (II) (1971) - Judge Amos Polk
1969
Hollywood: The Selznick Years (TV Movie documentary) as
Actor 'A Star Is Born' (uncredited)
1967
Off to See the Wizard (TV Series) as
Mr. Carmody
- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Part 1 (1967) - Mr. Carmody
1963
Hollywood and the Stars (TV Series documentary) as
Buck (clip from Stagecoach (1939))
- They Went That-a-way (1963) - Buck (clip from Stagecoach (1939)) (uncredited)
1955
Phantom Trails as
Deputy Aloysius P. 'Jingles' Jones
1955
The Matchmaking Marshal as
Jingles P. Jones
1955
The Titled Tenderfoot as
Jingles P. Jones
1955
Timber Country Trouble as
Deputy Marshal Aloysius 'Jingles' P. Jones
1954
Marshals in Disguise as
Jingles P. Jones
1954
Outlaw's Son as
Jingles
1954
The Two Gun Teacher as
Jingles
1954
Trouble on the Trail as
Jingles
1953
Border City Rustlers as
Jingles
1953
Secret of Outlaw Flats as
Aloysius P. 'Jingles' Jones
1953
Six Gun Decision as
Deputy Aloysius 'Jingles' P. Jones
1953
Two Gun Marshal as
Jingles P. Jones
1952
Behind Southern Lines as
Jingles
1952
The Ghost of Crossbone Canyon as
Deputy Jingle P. Jones
1952
The Yellow Haired Kid as
Jingles P. Jones
1952
Trail of the Arrow as
Jingles
1941
Breakdowns of 1941 (Short) as
Self (uncredited)

References

Andy Devine Wikipedia