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Birth date: January 2, 1889, Lima, Ohio, United States
Death date: January 27, 1977, Santa Monica, California, United States
Birth place: Lima, Ohio, USA
Profession:Actor

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Walter Baldwin (January 2, 1889 − January 27, 1977) was a prolific character actor whose career spanned five decades and 150 film and television roles, and numerous stage performances.Baldwin, who was born Walter S. Baldwin Jr. in Lima, Ohio from a theatrical family, served in the First World War.He was probably best known for playing the father of the handicapped sailor in The Best Years of Our Lives. He was the first actor to portray "Floyd the Barber" on The Andy Griffith Show.Prior to his first film roles in 1939, Baldwin had appeared in more than a dozen Broadway plays. He played Whit in the first Broadway production of Of Mice and Men, and also appeared in the original Grand Hotel in a small role, as well as serving as the production's stage manager. He originated the role of Bensinger, the prissy Chicago Tribune reporter, in the Broadway production of The Front Page.In the 1960s he had small acting roles in television shows such as Petticoat Junction and Green Acres. He continued to act in motion pictures, and one of his last roles was in Rosemary's Baby.Baldwin was known for playing solid middle class burghers, although sometimes he gave portrayals of eccentric characters. He played a customer seeking a prostitute in The Lost Weekend and the rebellious prison trusty Orvy in Cry of the City. Walter Baldwin was featured in a lot of John Deere Day Movies from 1949-59 where he played the farmer Tom Gordon. In this series of Deere Day movies over a decade he helped to introduce many new pieces of John Deere farm equipment year-by-year. In each yearly movie he would be shown on his in A Tom Gordon Family Film where he would be buying new John Deere farm equipment or a new green and yellow tractor.A picture of Walter Baldwin playing Tom Gordon can be found on page 108 of Bob Pripp's book John Deere Yesterday & TodayHal Erickson writes in Allmovie: "With a pinched Midwestern countenance that enabled him to portray taciturn farmers, obsequious grocery store clerks and the occasional sniveling coward, Baldwin was a familiar (if often unbilled) presence in Hollywood films for three decades." Wikipedia

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Nanny and the Professor1971TV SeriesMr. Trimble
Longstreet1971TV SeriesCharlie Porter
Petticoat Junction1964-1970TV SeriesGrandpappy Miller / Grandpa Miller
Hail, Hero!1969Nat Winder
Lancer1968TV SeriesStorekeeper
Rosemary's Baby1968Mr. Wees (uncredited)
The Invaders1968TV SeriesWalter
Mannix1967TV SeriesLuther
Gunsmoke1967TV SeriesOld Man
Green Acres1965-1966TV SeriesGrandpappy Miller
My Mother the Car1966TV SeriesSheriff Skinner
The Fugitive1965TV SeriesMr. Weaver
Cheyenne Autumn1964Jeremy Wright (uncredited)
The Dakotas1963TV SeriesArnold Foster
Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man1962Conductor (uncredited)
Room for One More1962TV SeriesMr. Farr
Wild in the Country1961Mr. Spangler (uncredited)
Lock Up1961TV SeriesMr. Scully
General Electric Theater1955-1961TV SeriesJohnson / Henry Clayburn / Spivak
The Andy Griffith Show1960TV SeriesFloyd the Barber
Wagon Train1960TV SeriesEddie Blake
Oklahoma Territory1960Ward Harlan
Lawman1959TV SeriesCal Satler / Telegraph Clerk
The Californians1959TV SeriesAsa Warren
Casey Jones1957TV SeriesConductor
The Millionaire1957TV SeriesDr. Frank Kenston
Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal1957TV Series
You Can't Run Away from It19561st Proprietor
Crossroads1956TV SeriesFlorist
The Fastest Gun Alive1956Blind Man (uncredited)
Screen Directors Playhouse1956TV SeriesFarmer Everett
Glory1956Doc Brock
Frontier1955TV SeriesBriggs
The Desperate Hours1955George Patterson (uncredited)
Lux Video Theatre1955TV SeriesMr. Brinker
Stage 71955TV SeriesSheriff Weston
Damon Runyon Theater1955TV Series
Interrupted Melody1955Jim Owens
Stranger on Horseback1955Vince Webb
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse1955TV SeriesGeorge
TV Reader's Digest1955TV Series
Destry1954Henry Skinner
Lassie1954TV SeriesMr. Selby
Living It Up1954Isaiah Jackson
The Long, Long Trailer1953Uncle Edgar
Ride, Vaquero!1953Adam Smith
Scandal at Scourie1953Michael Hayward
Something for the Birds1952Bigelow (uncredited)
Carrie1952Mr. Meeber - Carrie's Father
The Winning Team1952Pa Alexander
I Want You1951George Kress Sr.
The Racket1951Booking Sgt. Sullivan
A Millionaire for Christy1951Mr. Sloane (scenes deleted)
Rough Riders of Durango1951Cricket Adams
Storm Warning1951Coroner Bledsoe
The Jackpot1950Watch Buyer (uncredited)
Stella1950Farmer (uncredited)
Cheaper by the Dozen1950Jim Bracken (uncredited)
Thieves' Highway1949Officer Riley - Market Patrolman (uncredited)
Come to the Stable1949Claude Jarman - Realtor (uncredited)
Special Agent1949Pop Peters
Calamity Jane and Sam Bass1949Doc Purdy
The Gay Amigo1949Editor Stoneham
Cry of the City1948Orvy
Rachel and the Stranger1948Gallus
The Man from Colorado1948Tom Barton (uncredited)
Return of the Bad Men1948Muley Wilson
Hazard1948Alfred Clumby - Bookie
Winter Meeting1948Mr. Castle
Albuquerque1948Judge Fred Martin
Mourning Becomes Electra1947Amos Ames
The Unsuspected1947Judge Maynard - Justice of the Peace
Unconquered1947Villager (uncredited)
The Millerson Case1947Link Hazen, Lawyer (uncredited)
King of the Wild Horses1947Stationmaster DevineDuveen (uncredited)
Millie's Daughter1947Pavillion Manager (uncredited)
Framed1947Assistant Manager (uncredited)
The Beginning or the End1947Workman (uncredited)
The Perfect Marriage1947Horse Ring Attendant (uncredited)
Ladies' Man1947Clem (uncredited)
Cross My Heart1946Coroner (uncredited)
The Best Years of Our Lives1946Mr. Parrish
Sister Kenny1946Mr. Ferguson (uncredited)
Mr. Ace1946Bookie - Party Guest (uncredited)
Sing While You Dance1946Handy
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers1946Dempsey (uncredited)
Our Hearts Were Growing Up1946Druggist (uncredited)
The Bride Wore Boots1946Mr. Hodges - Postman (uncredited)
Dragonwyck1946Tom Wilson - Farmer (uncredited)
Johnny Comes Flying Home1946Henry (uncredited)
Talk About a Lady1946Clem (uncredited)
To Each His Own1946Sam Foreman (uncredited)
Young Widow1946Miller (uncredited)
Claudia and David1946Farmer (uncredited)
Abilene Town1946Train Conductor (uncredited)
The Lost Weekend1945Man from Albany (uncredited)
Why Girls Leave Home1945Wilbur Harris
Rhythm Round-Up1945Jed Morton
State Fair1945Farmer (uncredited)
Christmas in Connecticut1945Sheriff Potter (uncredited)
Murder, He Says1945Vic Hardy (uncredited)
Scared Stiff1945Deputy with Rifle (uncredited)
Captain Eddie1945Serious Man (uncredited)
Trail to Vengeance1945Bart Jackson
Blonde Ransom1945Sheriff (uncredited)
The Power of the Whistler1945Western Union agent (uncredited)
Bring on the Girls1945Henry (uncredited)
Roughly Speaking1945Jake - Wholesaler (uncredited)
Together Again1944Witherspoon (uncredited)
I'll Be Seeing You1944Train Vendor (replaced by Olin Howland) (uncredited)
Faces in the Fog1944Doan (jury foreman) (uncredited)
The Missing Juror1944Town Sheriff (uncredited)
I'm from Arkansas1944Packing Company Attorney
The Mark of the Whistler1944Fireman (uncredited)
Tall in the Saddle1944Stan - Depot Master (uncredited)
Dark Mountain1944Uncle Sam Bates
Reckless Age1944Conductor (uncredited)
Mr. Winkle Goes to War1944Mr. Plummer (mailman) (uncredited)
Louisiana Hayride1944Lem (uncredited)
Wilson1944Wilson Campaign Orator (uncredited)
Since You Went Away1944Train Station Gateman (uncredited)
You Can't Ration Love1944Deli Manager in Paramount Newsreel (uncredited)
The Ghost That Walks Alone1944Deputy (uncredited)
Happy Land1943Jake Hibbs
Sweet Rosie O'Grady1943Mailman (uncredited)
Always a Bridesmaid1943Ephraim - County Clerk
The Kansan1943Judge Lorrimer (uncredited)
A Stranger in Town1943Tom Cooney
Prairie Chickens1943Gas Station Attendant (uncredited)
After Midnight with Boston Blackie1943Diamond Ed Barnaby (uncredited)
Let's Have Fun1943Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Tennessee Johnson1942Captain Reporting Shooting (uncredited)
Laugh Your Blues Away1942Clerk (uncredited)
For Me and My Gal1942Bill (uncredited)
The Incredible Stranger1942ShortDoctor Peabody (uncredited)
Powder Town1942Jerry, Nitrate Technician (uncredited)
Syncopation1942Tom Jones (uncredited)
In This Our Life1942Worker (uncredited)
Scattergood Rides High1942Martin Knox
The Remarkable Andrew1942Hugo French (uncredited)
The Adventures of Martin Eden1942Postman (uncredited)
The Man Who Returned to Life1942Homer, the Barber (uncredited)
Kings Row1942Deputy Constable (uncredited)
Harvard, Here I Come!1941Prof. MacSquigley
Look Who's Laughing1941Bill
They Died with Their Boots On1941Settler (uncredited)
Miss Polly1941Lem Wiggins
The Devil and Daniel Webster1941Hank (uncredited)
Love at First Fright1941ShortZack Hatrack (uncredited)
Coffins on Wheels1941ShortMr. Martin - Car Buyer (uncredited)
The Devil Commands1941Seth Marcy
Arizona1940Man Who Declares for the South (uncredited)
I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now1940Elmer
Angels Over Broadway1940Rennick (uncredited)
Cafe Hostess1940Jones (uncredited)
The Secret of Dr. Kildare1939Finch (uncredited)
Those High Grey Walls1939Mr. Mason (uncredited)
Frontier Marshal1939scenes deleted
Peaceful Relations1936ShortMr. Brown

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#Fact
1Prolific American small part character actor, often seen wearing rimless spectacles and having few teeth. He had extensive experience on Broadway (1917-37) and acted in films from the mid-1930's. Baldwin invariably played lower middle-class, frequently downtrodden, small town inhabitants or bucolic types. He worked almost exclusively in television after 1956.
2Was the first actor to play "Floyd the Barber" on The Andy Griffith Show (1960), doing so in only one episode. Thereafter, Floyd was always played by Howard McNear, who fashioned him into one of the show's most memorable characters.


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