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Cause of death
  
Cardiac arrest

Role
  
Actor

Occupation
  
Actor, voice actor

Children
  
Richard Holloway

Years active
  
1926–1986

Siblings
  
Boothby Holloway

Name
  
Sterling Holloway


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Full Name
  
Sterling Price Holloway, Jr.

Born
  
January 4, 1905 (
1905-01-04
)

Resting place
  
Cremated; ashes buried in Pacific Ocean

Alma mater
  
Georgia Military Academy

Notable work
  
Original voice of Winnie the Pooh, Kaa, Roquefort, Cheshire Cat, Adult Flower and Mr. Stork.

Died
  
November 22, 1992, Los Angeles, California, United States

Albums
  
Winnie-the-Pooh and Tigger Too

Movies
  
The Aristocats, The Jungle Book, Alice in Wonderland, The Many Adventures of Winnie, Bambi

Similar People
  
Sebastian Cabot, Phil Harris, Bruce Reitherman, J Pat O'Malley, Verna Felton

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Sterling Price Holloway Jr. (January 4, 1905 – November 22, 1992) was an American actor and voice actor who appeared in over 100 films and 40 television shows. He was also a voice actor for The Walt Disney Company, well known for his distinctive tenor voice, and served as the original voice of the title character in Walt Disney's Winnie the Pooh.

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Early life

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Born in Cedartown, Georgia, Holloway was named after his father, Sterling Price Holloway, who himself was named after a prominent Confederate general, Sterling "Pap" Price. His mother was Rebecca DeHaven (some sources say her last name was Boothby). He had a younger brother named Boothby. The family owned a grocery store in Cedartown, where his father served as mayor in 1912. After graduating from Georgia Military Academy in 1920 at the age of fifteen, he left Georgia for New York City, where he attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. While there, he befriended actor Spencer Tracy, whom he considered one of his favorite working colleagues.

Motion pictures and shorts

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In his late teens, Holloway toured with stock company of The Shepherd of the Hills, performing in one-nighters across much of the American West before returning to New York where he accepted small walk-on parts from the Theatre Guild, and appeared in the Rodgers and Hart review The Garrick Gaieties in the mid-1920s. A talented singer, he introduced "Manhattan" in 1925, and the following year sang "Mountain Greenery".

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He moved to Hollywood in 1926 to begin a film career that lasted almost 50 years. His bushy red hair and high pitched voice meant that he almost always appeared in comedies. His first film was The Battling Kangaroo (1926), a silent picture. Over the following decades, Holloway would appear with Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Lon Chaney Jr, Clark Gable, Joan Crawford, Bing Crosby, and John Carradine. In 1942, during World War II, Holloway enlisted in the United States Army at the age of 37 and was assigned to the Special Services. He helped develop a show called "Hey Rookie", which ran for nine months and raised $350,000 for the Army Relief Fund. In 1945, Holloway played the role of a medic assigned to an infantry platoon in the critically acclaimed film A Walk in the Sun. During 1946 and 1947, he played the comic sidekick in five Gene Autry Westerns.

With Walt Disney

Walt Disney originally considered Holloway for the voice of Sleepy in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), but chose Pinto Colvig instead. Holloway's voice work in animated films began in 1941 when he was first heard in Dumbo (1941), as the voice of Mr. Stork. Holloway was the voice of the adult Flower in Bambi (1942), the narrator of the Antarctic penguin sequence in The Three Caballeros (1944) and the narrator in the Peter and the Wolf sequence of Make Mine Music (1946).

He was the voice of the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland (1951), the narrator in The Little House (1952), Susie the Little Blue Coupe (1952), Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1952), Kaa the snake in The Jungle Book (1967), and Roquefort in The Aristocats (1970). He is perhaps best remembered as the voice of Winnie the Pooh in Disney's Winnie the Pooh featurettes through 1977. He was honored as a Disney Legend in 1991, the first person to receive the award in the Voice category. His final role was Hobe Carpenter, a friendly moonshiner who helps Harley Thomas (David Carradine) in Thunder and Lightning (1977).

Radio and recordings

Holloway acted on many radio programs, including The Railroad Hour, The United States Steel Hour, Suspense and Lux Radio Theater. In the late 1940s, he could be heard in various roles on NBC's "Fibber McGee and Molly". His distinctive tenor voice retained a touch of its Southern drawl and was very recognizable. Holloway was chosen to narrate many children's records, including Uncle Remus Stories (Decca), Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes (Disneyland Records), Walt Disney Presents Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories (Disneyland Records) and Peter And The Wolf (RCA Victor).

Television

Holloway easily made the transition from radio to television. He appeared on the Adventures of Superman as "Uncle Oscar", an eccentric inventor, and played a recurring role on The Life of Riley. He was a guest star on Fred Waring's CBS television program in the 1950s and appeared on Circus Boy as a hot air balloonist, Five Fingers ("The Temple of the Swinging Doll"), The Untouchables, The Real McCoys (in the 1960 episode "The Jinx"), Hazel, Pete and Gladys, The Twilight Zone (episode "What's in the Box"), The Brothers Brannagan, Gilligan's Island, The Andy Griffith Show, The Donald O'Connor Show, Peter Gunn as 'Felony', F Troop, and Moonlighting. During the 1970s, Holloway did commercial voice-overs for Purina Puppy Chow dog food and sang their familiar jingle, "Puppy Chow/For a full year/Till he's full-grown!". He also provided the voice for Woodsy Owl in several 1970s and 1980s United States Forest Service commercials. In 1982 he auditioned for the well-known comic book character Garfield but lost to Lorenzo Music. In 1984, he provided voice-over work for a commercial for Libby's baked beans.

Final years, death and legacy

Never married, Holloway once claimed this was because he felt lacking in nothing and did not wish to disturb his pattern of life, but he did adopt a son, Richard.

Holloway died on November 22, 1992 of a cardiac arrest in a Los Angeles hospital. His body was cremated and his ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean.

Voice actor Hal Smith took over the role of Winnie the Pooh for the 1981 short Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons. He would maintain the role until Jim Cummings replaced him in 1988 for The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and also took over most of Holloway's other voice roles, including Kaa in Jungle Cubs and The Jungle Book 2.

Quotes

  • "I've always loved the theater very much. I've always been in it. I hate being away from it. I'm very stubborn — I like to do what I want to do. And what I want to do most is theater."
  • "I started in show business when I was fifteen years old by enrolling at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. That was in 1920. Some of my classmates included Spencer Tracy, Allen Jenkins, and Pat O'Brien. You know what happened to them."
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    Filmography

    Actor
    1986
    Moonlighting (TV Series) as
    Narrator
    - Atomic Shakespeare (1986) - Narrator (voice)
    1984
    We Think the World Is Round (TV Movie) as
    'Pegleg' Pelican (voice)
    1983
    Ico, the Brave Horse as
    Narrator (voice)
    1957
    The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
    Winnie the Pooh (segment "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too") / Winnie the Pooh / Narrator / ...
    - Winnie the Pooh and Friends (1982) - Winnie the Pooh (segment "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too") (voice)
    - Disney on Parade (1971) - Winnie the Pooh (voice, uncredited)
    - Adventures in Fantasy (1957) - Narrator (voice)
    - The Liberty Story (1957) - Narrator (segment "Ben and Me")
    1979
    Tukiki and His Search for a Merry Christmas (TV Movie) as
    Northwind (voice)
    1977
    Thunder and Lightning as
    Hobe Carpenter
    1977
    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh as
    Winnie the Pooh (voice)
    1976
    Tony the Pony (TV Series) as
    GG, the Wizard
    1976
    Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood as
    Old Man on Bus
    1975
    Super Seal as
    Cap'n Zach
    1974
    Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (Short) as
    Winnie the Pooh (voice)
    1974
    Man, Monsters and Mysteries (Short) as
    Nessie (voice)
    1973
    I'm No Fool with Electricity (Short) as
    Narrator
    1973
    NBC Children's Theatre (TV Series) as
    Colonel Corpuscle
    - All About Me (1973) - Colonel Corpuscle (voice)
    1973
    Love, American Style (TV Series) as
    Dr. Edwin Muller (segment "Love and the Face Bow")
    - Love and the Face Bow/Love and the Impossible Gift/Love and the Love Kit (1973) - Dr. Edwin Muller (segment "Love and the Face Bow")
    1970
    The AristoCats as
    Roquefort (voice)
    1969
    It Takes a Thief (TV Series) as
    Elmo
    - Rock-Bye, Bye, Baby (1969) - Elmo
    1968
    Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (Short) as
    Winnie the Pooh (voice)
    1968
    Live a Little, Love a Little as
    Milkman
    1967
    Daktari (TV Series) as
    Duke
    - Judy and the Jailbirds (1967) - Duke
    1967
    The Jungle Book as
    Kaa the Snake (voice)
    1967
    Gilligan's Island (TV Series) as
    Burt
    - The Pigeon (1967) - Burt
    1967
    Family Affair (TV Series) as
    Frack
    - Fancy Free (1967) - Frack
    1966
    That Girl (TV Series) as
    Everett Valentine
    - Phantom of the Horse Opera (1966) - Everett Valentine
    1966
    F Troop (TV Series) as
    Sheriff Pat Lawton
    - Wilton, the Kid (1966) - Sheriff Pat Lawton
    1966
    Please Don't Eat the Daisies (TV Series) as
    Mr. Corey
    - My Son, the Genius (1966) - Mr. Corey
    1966
    Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (Short) as
    Winnie the Pooh (voice)
    1964
    The Baileys of Balboa (TV Series) as
    Buck Singleton
    - Sam and the Sea Monster (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Sam Sells Out (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Sam's Treasure Hunt (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Sam's Economy Kick (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Stanley, the Runaway (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - The Haunted Van (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - The Antique Car Race (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Sam's Nephew (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - The Education of Sam Bailey (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - To Hawaii with Love (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Sam and the Surfers (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Sam's Dream (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Bailey's Band (1965) - Buck Singleton
    - Happiness Is a Seal Called Lester (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Won't You Come Home, Sam Bailey (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Look Who's a Sailor (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Las Vegas by the Sea (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Captain Stanley (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Buck Ships Out (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Wanna Buy a Hot Turkey? (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - My Son, the Dreamer (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Mutiny (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - To Sam, He's a Swimmer (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - The Return of Barbara Wyntoon (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - The Great Yacht Club Robbery (1964) - Buck Singleton
    - Love Is a White Sea Bass (1964) - Buck Singleton
    1964
    Linus the Lionhearted (TV Series) as
    Sugar Bear / Lovable Yours Truly (voice)
    1964
    Burke's Law (TV Series) as
    Fisk
    - Who Killed Annie Foran? (1964) - Fisk
    1964
    The Twilight Zone (TV Series) as
    TV Repairman
    - What's in the Box (1964) - TV Repairman
    1963
    Hazel (TV Series) as
    Claude Waters
    - The Retiring Milkman (1963) - Claude Waters
    1963
    It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World as
    Fire Chief
    1963
    The Joey Bishop Show (TV Series) as
    Mr. Holland
    - Joey's Lost What-Cha-Ma-Call-It (1963) - Mr. Holland
    1963
    My Six Loves as
    Oliver Dodds (uncredited)
    1962
    The Lloyd Bridges Show (TV Series) as
    Blind Man
    - The Sound of Angels (1962) - Blind Man
    1962
    The Andy Griffith Show (TV Series) as
    Bert Miller
    - The Merchant of Mayberry (1962) - Bert Miller
    1962
    Margie (TV Series) as
    Bettenhouse
    - False Alarm (1962) - Bettenhouse
    1961
    Miami Undercover (TV Series) as
    Henry
    - Room 9 (1961) - Henry
    1961
    Pete and Gladys (TV Series) as
    Lester Smith
    - The Projectionist (1961) - Lester Smith
    1961
    Zane Grey Theatre (TV Series) as
    Luther Adams
    - Blood Red (1961) - Luther Adams
    1960
    The Brothers Brannagan (TV Series) as
    Shopkeeper
    - Love Me, Love My Dog (1960) - Shopkeeper
    1960
    Shirley Temple's Storybook (TV Series) as
    Jack Pumpkinhead
    - The Land of Oz (1960) - Jack Pumpkinhead
    1960
    The Real McCoys (TV Series) as
    Orval McCoy
    - The Jinx (1960) - Orval McCoy
    1960
    Alakazam the Great as
    Narrator (English version, voice)
    1960
    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn as
    Barber
    1960
    Peter Gunn (TV Series) as
    Felony
    - The Best Laid Plans (1960) - Felony
    1960
    The Untouchables (TV Series) as
    Horace De Vilbill
    - The Unhired Assassin: Part 2 (1960) - Horace De Vilbill
    1960
    Goliath II (Short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    1959
    Five Fingers (TV Series) as
    Hayden
    - The Temple of the Swinging Doll (1959) - Hayden
    1956
    The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (TV Series) as
    Sorrowful Joe / Sorrowful Joe Jackson
    - Sorrowful Joe's Policy (1958) - Sorrowful Joe Jackson
    - Sorrowful Joe Returns (1957) - Sorrowful Joe
    - Sorrowful Joe (1956) - Sorrowful Joe
    1953
    The Life of Riley (TV Series) as
    Waldo / Waldo Binney / Waldo Binny / ...
    - Baby Chester's First Words (1957) - Waldo
    - Babs Moves Out (1956) - Waldo
    - House for Sale (1956) - Waldo
    - Expectantly Yours (1956) - Waldo
    - Babs's Wedding (1956) - Waldo Binney
    - Waldo's Mother (1955) - Waldo Binney / Mrs. Binney
    - Repeat Performance (1955) - Waldo
    - Dudley the Burglar (1955) - Waldo
    - Love Comes to Waldo Binney (1955) - Waldo
    - Letter of Introduction (1955) - Waldo Binney
    - Chicken Ranch (1955) - Waldo Binney
    - Riley Buys a Wrestler (1955) - Waldo
    - Riley's Wild Oats (1954) - Waldo Binny
    - Riley Versus Numerology (1954) - Waldo Binney
    - Riley's Anniversary (1954) - Waldo
    - Riley, Surprise Witness (1954) - Otto
    - Riley and the Boss' Niece (1954) - Waldo
    - Babs Used Car (1954) - Waldo Binny
    - Riley Brightens the Corner (1954) - Waldo
    - Riley Balances the Budget (1954) - Waldo Binny
    - Riley the Worrier (1953) - Waldo Binny
    1957
    Circus Boy (TV Series) as
    Elmer Purdy
    - The Magic Lantern (1957) - Elmer Purdy
    - Elmer, the Rainmaker (1957) - Elmer Purdy
    - Elmer the Aeronaut (1957) - Elmer Purdy
    1957
    Hemo the Magnificent (TV Movie) as
    Lab assistant (uncredited)
    1957
    Climax! (TV Series) as
    Tobias
    - Night of a Rebel (1957) - Tobias
    1956
    Shake, Rattle & Rock! as
    Albert 'Axe' McAllister
    1956
    Our Mr. Sun (TV Movie) as
    Chloro Phyll (voice, uncredited)
    1956
    The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series) as
    Pirate / Will Scarlet
    - Pirate Show (guests: John Carradine, Billy Gilbert, Sterling Holloway) (1956) - Pirate
    - Robin Hood (guests: John Carradine, Penny Edwards, Billy Gilbert, Sterling Holloway) (1956) - Will Scarlet
    1954
    Willy (TV Series) as
    Harvey Evelyn
    - Willy and Hurricane Harvey (1955) - Harvey Evelyn
    - Willy Saves Harvey from Fraud (1955) - Harvey Evelyn
    - Operation Stocks (1954) - Harvey Evelyn
    1955
    Kentucky Rifle as
    Lon Setter
    1953
    Adventures of Superman (TV Series) as
    Prof. Oscar Quinn / Prof. Twiddle
    - Through the Time Barrier (1955) - Prof. Twiddle
    - The Whistling Bird (1954) - Prof. Oscar Quinn
    - The Machine That Could Plot Crimes (1953) - Prof. Oscar Quinn
    1953
    Ben and Me (Short) as
    Amos Mouse (voice)
    1953
    The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (TV Series) as
    The Groceryman
    - The Pancake Mix (1953) - The Groceryman
    1952
    The Little House (Short) as
    Narrator
    1952
    Susie the Little Blue Coupe (Short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    1951
    Lambert the Sheepish Lion (Short) as
    Narrator / Mr. Stork (voice)
    1951
    Alice in Wonderland as
    Cheshire Cat (voice)
    1951
    The Fred Waring Show (TV Series) as
    Cheshire Cat
    - Episode #3.26 (1951) - Cheshire Cat
    1950
    Hollywood Theatre Time (TV Series)
    - Emergencies, Inc. (1950)
    1949
    The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend as
    Basserman Boy
    1949
    Addio Mimí! as
    Aristide
    1949
    Your Show Time (TV Series)
    - A Capture (1949)
    1948
    Flat Feat (Short) as
    Officer Sterling Smith / Smith's Father
    1948
    Man or Mouse (Short) as
    Elmer Dinkle
    1947
    Speaking of Animals No. Y7-1: Dog Crazy (Short) as
    Dog Owner
    1947
    Mickey and the Beanstalk (Short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    1947
    Hectic Honeymoon (Short) as
    Eddie Jones
    1947
    Robin Hood of Texas as
    Droopy Haynes
    1947
    Saddle Pals as
    Waldo T. Brooks Jr.
    1947
    Twilight on the Rio Grande as
    Pokie
    1947
    The Scooper Dooper (Short) as
    Sterling Holloway
    1947
    Trail to San Antone as
    Droopy Stearns
    1946
    Moron Than Off (Short) as
    Elmer Fossdinkle
    1946
    Sioux City Sue as
    Nellie Bly
    1946
    Death Valley as
    Slim
    1946
    Peter and the Wolf (Short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    1946
    Mr. Wright Goes Wrong (Short)
    1946
    Make Mine Music as
    Narrator (segment "Peter and the Wolf") (voice)
    1945
    A Walk in the Sun as
    McWilliams
    1945
    Wildfire as
    Alkali Jones
    1945
    The Cold-Blooded Penguin (Short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    1944
    The Three Caballeros as
    Prof. Holloway (voice)
    1944
    The Pelican and the Snipe (Short) as
    Narrator (voice, uncredited)
    1942
    Star Spangled Rhythm as
    Sterling- 'Sweater, Sarong & Peekaboo Bang' Number
    1942
    Here We Go Again as
    Tommy, Western Union Messenger (uncredited)
    1942
    Iceland as
    Sverdrup Svenssen
    1942
    Bambi as
    Adult Flower (voice, uncredited)
    1942
    The Lady Is Willing as
    Arthur Miggle (uncredited)
    1942
    Don't Get Personal as
    Lucky
    1941
    Look Who's Laughing as
    Rusty- Soda Jerk (uncredited)
    1941
    Speaking of Animals in the Zoo (Short) as
    Zebra (voice)
    1941
    Dumbo as
    Mr. Stork (voice, uncredited)
    1941
    Top Sergeant Mulligan as
    Frank Snark
    1941
    New Wine as
    Otto - Bookkeeper
    1941
    Meet John Doe as
    Dan - Diner Counterman
    1941
    Cheers for Miss Bishop as
    Chris Jensen
    1940
    Little Men as
    Reporter
    1940
    Street of Memories as
    Student Barber
    1940
    Hit Parade of 1941 as
    Elmer - Soda Clerk
    1940
    The Blue Bird as
    Wild Plum
    1939
    Remember the Night as
    Willie
    1939
    Nick Carter, Master Detective as
    Bee-Catcher
    1939
    East Side of Heaven as
    Accordion Player (uncredited)
    1939
    St. Louis Blues as
    Boatman (uncredited)
    1938
    Spring Madness as
    Buck
    1938
    Professor Beware as
    The Groom
    1938
    Doctor Rhythm as
    Luke (Ice-Cream Man)
    1938
    Of Human Hearts as
    Chauncey Ames
    1937
    Behind the Mike as
    Tommy Astor
    1937
    Varsity Show as
    Trout
    1937
    The Woman I Love as
    Duprez
    1937
    When Love Is Young as
    Orville Kane
    1937
    Maid of Salem as
    Miles Corbin - Cow Herder
    1937
    Join the Marines as
    Alfred - the Steward
    1936
    Career Woman as
    George Rogers
    1936
    Palm Springs as
    Oscar
    1935
    The Unborn as
    Dr. Dorsey
    1935
    Rendezvous as
    Taxi Driver (uncredited)
    1935
    $1000 a Minute as
    Pete
    1935
    I Live My Life as
    Max
    1935
    Bring 'Em Back a Lie (Short)
    1935
    His Last Fling (Short)
    1935
    Doubting Thomas as
    Mr. Spindler
    1935
    Double Crossed (Short)
    1935
    My Girl Sally (Short)
    1935
    Life Begins at 40 as
    Chris
    1935
    Father Knows Best (Short) as
    Bashful Boy
    1935
    Lottery Lover as
    Cadet Harold Stump
    1934
    A Wicked Woman as
    Peter
    1934
    Girl O' My Dreams as
    Spec Early
    1934
    Sterling's Rival Romeo (Short) as
    Sterling
    1934
    The Merry Widow as
    Orderly Mishka
    1934
    Gift of Gab as
    Sound Effects Man
    1934
    Down to Their Last Yacht as
    Freddy Finn
    1934
    Picnic Perils (Short)
    1934
    Murder in the Private Car as
    Office Boy (uncredited)
    1934
    Pleasing Grandpa (Short)
    1934
    Operator 13 as
    Wounded Union Soldier (uncredited)
    1934
    Strictly Dynamite as
    Elmer Fleming
    1934
    Born April First (Short)
    1934
    The Cat and the Fiddle as
    Flower Messenger (uncredited)
    1933
    Going Hollywood as
    Radio Remote Technician (uncredited)
    1933
    Meeting Mazie (Short)
    1933
    Alice in Wonderland as
    Frog
    1933
    Advice to the Forlorn as
    Benny
    1933
    Dancing Lady as
    Pinky - the Show's Author
    1933
    Not the Marrying Kind (Short)
    1933
    Back Page as
    Bill Giddings
    1933
    Wild Boys of the Road as
    Ollie
    1933
    When Ladies Meet as
    Jerome - the Caddy (uncredited)
    1933
    Professional Sweetheart as
    Stu
    1933
    International House as
    Sailor
    1933
    Gold Diggers of 1933 as
    Second Messenger Boy with Hat (uncredited)
    1933
    One Track Minds (Short) as
    Train Snack Salesman
    1933
    Adorable as
    Emile, Karl's Valet (uncredited)
    1933
    Elmer, the Great as
    Nick Kane (as Sterling Halloway)
    1933
    Picture Snatcher as
    Journalism Student (uncredited)
    1933
    Hell Below as
    Seaman Jenks
    1933
    Fast Workers as
    Pinky Magoo
    1933
    The Trial of Vince Barnett (Short) as
    La Rue's Valet
    1933
    Blondie Johnson as
    Red
    1933
    Hard to Handle as
    Andy Heaney (uncredited)
    1932
    Lawyer Man as
    Olga's Dining Friend (uncredited)
    1932
    Rockabye as
    Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
    1932
    Faithless as
    Photographer (uncredited)
    1932
    Blonde Venus as
    Joe, Hiker (uncredited)
    1932
    American Madness as
    Oscar (uncredited)
    1928
    The Girl from Nowhere (Short) as
    Minor Role (uncredited)
    1927
    The Girl from Everywhere as
    Assistant Director
    1927
    Casey at the Bat as
    Elmer Putnam
    1926
    The Battling Kangaroo (Short) as
    Napolean French
    Miscellaneous
    1951
    Alice in Wonderland (live action model: Cheshire Cat)
    Soundtrack
    2023
    Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets (TV Mini Series documentary) (performer - 1 episode)
    - Under Authority (2023) - (performer: "Trust in Me (The Python's Song)" (1967) - uncredited)
    2009
    The Boys (Documentary) (performer: "Little Black Rain Cloud", "Up Down Touch The Ground", "Trust In Me")
    1977
    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (performer: "Up, Down, Touch the Ground", "Rumbly in My Tumbly", "(I'm Just A) Little Black Raincloud", "Mind Over Matter", "Like a Rather Blustery Day", "The Rain, Rain, Rain, Came Down, Down, Down", "Hip-Hip Pooh-ray!")
    1968
    Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (Short) (performer: "A Rather Blustery Day")
    1967
    The Jungle Book (performer: "Trust in Me (The Python's Song)" (1967) - uncredited)
    1966
    Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (Short) (performer: "Up, Down, and Touch the Ground", "Rumbly in My Tumbly", "Little Black Rain Cloud", "Mind Over Matter")
    1951
    Alice in Wonderland (performer: "'Twas Brillig" (1951) - uncredited)
    1946
    Make Mine Music ("Peter and the Wolf Op. 67" (1936))
    1942
    Star Spangled Rhythm (performer: "A Sweater, a Sarong and a Peek-a-Boo Bang")
    1941
    Dumbo (performer: "Rock-a-Bye Baby", "Happy Birthday" - uncredited)
    1939
    Remember the Night (performer: "A Perfect Day" (1910) - uncredited)
    1934
    The Merry Widow (performer: "Vilia" (1905) - uncredited)
    1934
    Down to Their Last Yacht ("Tiny Little Finger on Your Hand" (1934), uncredited)
    1933
    International House (performer: "She Was a China Tea-cup and He Was Just a Mug" (1933) - uncredited)
    Thanks
    1951
    The Fred Waring Show (TV Series) (our thanks to - 1 episode)
    - Episode #3.26 (1951) - (our thanks to)
    Self
    2004
    Mickey Mouse in Living Color Volume 2 (Documentary)
    1985
    The Disney Family Album (TV Series documentary short) as
    Self
    - Voice Actors (1985) - Self
    1982
    Stan Freberg Federal Budget Review (TV Special)
    1978
    Christmas at Walt Disney World (TV Special) as
    Sleeping Beauty Narrator (voice)
    1978
    Mickey's 50 (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1978
    The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Mickey's 50 (1978) - Self
    1976
    The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
    Self - Voice Actor / Winnie the Pooh
    - Episode #15.106 (1976) - Self - Voice Actor / Winnie the Pooh
    1975
    Cries (Documentary short) as
    Narrator (voice)
    1971
    The Grand Opening of Walt Disney World (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    1968
    The Don Rickles Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - David Janssen, Sterling Holloway (1968) - Self
    1968
    The Donald O'Connor Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 20 November 1968 (1968) - Self
    1967
    The Woody Woodbury Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 14 March 1968 (1968) - Self
    - Episode #1.7 (1967) - Self
    1967
    The Linkletter Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 4 December 1967 (1967) - Self
    1967
    Gypsy (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Sterling Holloway, Jack Sheldon (1967) - Self
    1964
    Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Stanley Holloway, Anne Bancroft, Victor Borge, Leonid Hambro (1964) - Self - Guest
    1964
    The Celebrity Game (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 13 September 1964 (1964) - Self
    1964
    The Restless Sea (TV Movie documentary) as
    Mr. H2O (voice)
    1962
    Chun King Chow Mein Hour (TV Special) as
    Sketch Actor
    1958
    The Tonight Show Starring Jack Paar (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.283 (1958) - Self
    - Episode #1.277 (1958) - Self
    - Episode #1.271 (1958) - Self
    1945
    Unusual Occupations L-5-2 (Documentary short) as
    Self
    Archive Footage
    2023
    Once Upon a Studio (Short) as
    Cheshire Cat / Kaa / Winnie the Pooh
    2023
    Stu's Show (Podcast Series)
    - Bob Leszczak: Part One (2023)
    2006
    It's a Small World of Fun (Video)
    2003
    Disney Sing-Along Songs: Sing a Song with Pooh Bear and Piglet Too! (Video short) as
    Pooh
    1997
    Walt Disney's 'The Jungle Book': The Making of a Musical Masterpiece (Video documentary) as
    Self
    1997
    Sing Me a Story with Belle (TV Series) as
    Winnie the Pooh
    - Friends in Books (1997) - Winnie the Pooh
    1996
    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The Story Behind the Masterpiece (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    1991
    The Republic Pictures Story (TV Movie documentary) as
    Nellie Bly (clip from Sioux City Sue (1946)) (uncredited)
    1988
    Disney Sing-Along Songs: You Can Fly! (Video short) as
    Winnie the Pooh
    1987
    Apocalypse Pooh (Video short) as
    Winnie the Pooh (uncredited)
    1987
    Disney Sing-Along Songs: The Bare Necessities (Video short) as
    Mr. Stork
    1987
    Disney Sing-Along Songs: Heigh-Ho (Video short) as
    Winnie the Pooh
    1954
    The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
    Kaa / Narrator: Peter and the Wolf / Narrator (segment "Peter and the Wolf") / ...
    - Disney's Greatest Villains (1977) - Kaa
    - Ben and Me/Peter and the Wolf (1964) - Narrator: Peter and the Wolf
    - The Fourth Anniversary Show (1957) - Narrator (segment "Peter and the Wolf")
    - Dumbo (1955) - Mr. Stork
    - Alice in Wonderland (1954) - The Cheshire Cat
    1976
    That's Entertainment, Part II (Documentary) as
    Clip from 'The Merry Widow' (1934) (uncredited)
    1960
    The Gun of Zangara (TV Movie) as
    Horace De Vilbill (uncredited)
    1956
    Columbia Laff Hour
    1954
    Superman and the Jungle Devil as
    Uncle Oscar
    1954
    Superman in Exile as
    Uncle Oscar Quinn

    References

    Sterling Holloway Wikipedia