Eugene Francis (Actor)

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(08-28-1917 - 04-10-2018) Age 101

Eugene Francis appeared in movies in the early 1940s and later wrote for television.




He appeared in the following episode of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
08/23/1976 0509 The Train Stops The train used to stop at the small town of Dandridge. Now the town doctor relates a story about two strangers who only himself and his daughter have met. She tells her father that she has fallen in love with a man who stops in town daily on the 5:16 train. No one else has seen him and he continues to stop in, even when the train doesn't.

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Eugene Francis was a child actor who, as a teenager, made his Broadway debut opposite Ethel Barrymore in 1934 in L'Aiglon. He played rich kid "Algy" Algernon Wilkes in 4 of the "East Side Kids" films. Following his service in WWII, he appeared on television in Studio One, Pulitzer Prize Playhouse, Martin Kane, Mama and The Goldbergs. As a voice actor, he was the TV voice and on-air personality for Goodyear Tires and Remington Shavers. On radio, he appeared on such programs as Dark Fantasy, Suspense and Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. As a writer, he wrote for a number of television programs including The Loretta Young Show and Calliope. He was a founding board member of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and served on the board for over 30 years.


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