Russ Brown1892 — 1964 Age: 72 years old
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Russell Brown (May 30, 1892; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – October 19, 1964; Englewood, New Jersey) was an American Tony Award-winning actor of stage and film. Brown, a stage actor for decades, is best remembered by audiences as Captain Brackett in South Pacific (which he repeated in the movie version) and for his performances as 'Benny Van Buren' in the stage/film version of Damn Yankees in 1958, and the following year as park caretaker George Lemon in the classic courtroom drama, Anatomy of a Murder (1959). For his stage performance in "Damn Yankees!", he earned Broadway's Tony Award in 1956, as did actor Ray Walston, actress Gwen Verdon and her choreographer husband Bob Fosse, among others, all for the same Tony Award-winning musical.
May 30, 1892, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
October 19, 1964
1928 A Laugh or Two 1934 Moulin RougeJoe 1934 Let's Talk It OverBill 1938 Air ParadeMr Brittlebottle 1940 Millionaire PlayboyMr. Bob Norman 1958 South PacificCapt. J.M. Brackett, USN 1958 Damn YankeesBenny Van Buren 1959 Anatomy of a MurderGeorge Lemon 1959 It Happened to JaneUncle Otis 1962 Advise & ConsentMike, the Night Watchman 1963 The CardinalDr. Heller 1988 James Stewart's Wonderful Life(archive footage)