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The last thing in the world I should have done was go into the theater because was inordinately shy as a young man. I couldn't open my mouth. At a party, I was the one stuck up against the wall. I was embarrassed about talking. I felt that I couldn't talk well.

Gale Gordon

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In 1950 Gordon played John Granby in the radio series Granby's Green Acres which became the basis for the 1960s television series Green Acres. He also built and restored his own furniture on the property and used the land to become one of the few commercial Carob growers in the United States. Scott on yet another radio hit The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show staying with the role as long as Rexall sponsored the show.

Gale Gordon (February 20 1906 – June 30 1995) was an American character actor perhaps best remembered as Lucille Ball's longtime television foil—and particularly as cantankerously combustible tightfisted bank executive Theodore J. Mooney on Ball's second television situation comedy The Lucy Show.

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