Elvia Allman Net Worth

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Elvia Allman (September 19, 1904 – March 6, 1992) was a character actress and voice over performer in Hollywood films and television programs for over 50 years. She is best remembered for her semi-regular roles on The Beverly Hillbillies and Petticoat Junction and for being the voice of Walt Disney's Clarabelle Cow. Her mark in TV history is also ensured by her memorable performance as the stern, no-nonsense boss in the classic I Love Lucy candy factory episode "Job Switching."
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Date Of BirthSeptember 19, 1904, Enochville, North Carolina, United States
DiedMarch 6, 1992, Santa Monica, California, United States
Place Of BirthEnochville, North Carolina, USA
ProfessionActress, Soundtrack
SpouseJerome Laveck Bayler (m. 1945–1978), C. C. Pyle (m. 1937–1939), Wesley Benton Tourtellotte (m. 1930–1933)
TV ShowsBlondie
Star SignVirgo
1Elvia's grandfather Nathaniel Alexander Allman (c. 1842-1890) was a private in Company B, 7th North Carolina Infantry (Confederate).
2Her first two marriages were brief. Her third and last, to Jerome Bayler, lasted 33 years until his death in 1978.
3Began her radio career in early 1926 at KHJ in Los Angeles as a programme arranger and children's story reader, as well as a singer.
4Her first husband, Wesley B. Tourtellotte, was a musician whom she married in 1930. The marriage was short-lived and produced one child. Her second was Charles "C.C." Pyle (March 25, 1882 - February 3, 1939), who was often called Cash and Carry Pyle, an Illinois theater owner and sports agent who represented American football star Harold 'Red' Grange and French tennis player Suzanne Lenglen. They married in 1937 but he died of a heart attack two years later.
5Made her debut on "The Pepsodent Show" starring Bob Hope on September 27, 1938, as man-chasing Cobina, a parody of society débutante Cobina Wright. She wound up portraying the popular role in motion pictures and even spoofed it in the Merrie Melodies cartoons.
6Voiced Clarabelle the Cow in 28 Disney cartoons from 1928 to 1942. She revived the voice of Clarabelle for the first time nearly 50 years later in Disney's Mickey Mouse cartoon feature version of The Prince and the Pauper (1990).
7Best known in the 50s and 60s as the shrewish foil/nemesis to the top comic stars of the day: Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, George Burns, et al.
8She was the original voice of Clarabelle the Cow


The Prince and the Pauper1990ShortClarabelle Cow (voice)
Murder, She Wrote1984-1989TV SeriesElderly Lady #1 Elderly Lady
Highway to Heaven1985TV SeriesMrs. Alexander
Alice1982-1983TV SeriesLillian
House Calls1982TV SeriesMrs. Chadwick
Herbie, the Love Bug1982TV SeriesMrs. Fumstrom / Mrs. Furnstrom
Gimme a Break!1982TV SeriesGrandma Kanisky
Darkroom1981TV SeriesMangeress
Private Benjamin1981TV Series
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn1981TV MovieAunt Sally
Sanford1981TV SeriesMrs. Thorndike
Quincy M.E.1980TV SeriesMrs. Oglesby
Starstruck1979TV MovieAbigal Mccallister
Halloween with the New Addams Family1977TV MovieMother Frump
The Odd Couple1973TV SeriesMrs. Madison
The Doris Day Show1970-1972TV SeriesNurse Sylvia Howard / Mrs. Fairburn / Harriet Henderson
Love, American Style1969-1971TV SeriesMrs. Saffron (segment "Love and the Bowling Ball") / Mabel
The Smith Family1971TV SeriesClara
The Bob Hope Show1970TV Series
Petticoat Junction1963-1970TV SeriesSelma Plout / Cora Watson / Gladys Stroud
The Beverly Hillbillies1963-1970TV SeriesElverna Bradshaw / Actress
The Debbie Reynolds Show1969TV SeriesTerrible Tessie
Adam-121969TV SeriesMrs. Lazwell
The Outsider1969TV SeriesMrs. Vaughn
Eight on the Lam1967Neighbor (uncredited)
The Lucy Show1966-1967TV SeriesMiss Allman / Hat Customer
My Three Sons1967TV SeriesMaude Prosser
The Phyllis Diller Show1966TV SeriesValerie
The Patty Duke Show1966TV SeriesMadame Olga
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet1956-1966TV SeriesMrs. Bradley / Mrs. Biddle / The Florist
The Munsters1966TV SeriesMrs. Harkness
McHale's Navy1966TV SeriesMiss Austin
Bewitched1966TV SeriesMrs. Luftwaffe
Green Acres1965TV SeriesCora Watson
My Brother the Angel1965TV SeriesEvelyn
The Dick Van Dyke Show1963-1965TV SeriesLuthuella / Mrs. Glimscher
The Addams Family1965TV SeriesPrincess Millicent von Schlepp
Many Happy Returns1965TV SeriesMrs. Sharp
Valentine's Day1964TV SeriesSandy Stevens
Vacation Playhouse1964TV SeriesMiss Whipple
Honeymoon Hotel1964Mrs. Sampson
My Favorite Martian1964TV SeriesMrs. Graham
Wagon Train1962-1964TV SeriesMrs. Tucker / Sabrina
The New Phil Silvers Show1964TV SeriesMrs. Friebus
The Jack Benny Program1958-1963TV SeriesMabel / Operator / Bickering Wife / ...
Johnny Cool1963Beauty Salon Receptionist (uncredited)
The Nutty Professor1963Edwina Kelp
Dennis the Menace1961-1962TV SeriesIsabel Tolliver / Edna
General Electric Theater1962TV SeriesWoman
The Red Skelton Hour1962TV SeriesMaw Kadiddlehopper / Wife
Hazel1962TV SeriesGertrude
Pete and Gladys1960-1962TV SeriesMrs. Haytin / Beautician
Perry Mason1960-1961TV SeriesJulia Slovak / Mrs. Forbes
Breakfast at Tiffany's1961Librarian
Mister Ed1961TV SeriesIda Brenner / Velma
The Pleasure of His Company1961Mrs. Mooney
The Real McCoys1961TV SeriesMrs. Pearson
Bachelor Father1958-1961TV SeriesMrs. Carmella Hogworthy / Mrs. Holworthy / Mrs. Parkhurst / ...
The Andy Griffith Show1961TV SeriesHenrietta Swanson
The Millionaire1960TV SeriesMrs. Case
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour1957-1959TV SeriesSecretary / Ida Thompson
The Bob Cummings Show1955-1959TV SeriesMrs. Montague
The Ann Sothern Show1958TV Series
Colgate Theatre1958TV Series
The People's Choice1955-1958TV SeriesDr. Hilda Larson / Aunt Hattie
December Bride1954-1958TV SeriesSarah Selkirk / Nora
Date with the Angels1957TV SeriesNurse Thompson
Blondie1957TV SeriesCora Dithers Mrs. Dithers Mrs. Woodley
The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna1957TV SeriesMrs. Smith
You Can't Run Away from It1956Ma, Vernon's Wife
The Kettles in the Ozarks1956Meek Man's Wife (uncredited)
I Love Lucy1952-1955TV SeriesNancy Graham / Minnie's Neighbour with glasses and a hat / Factory Foreman
Topper1955TV SeriesElsie Worble
Where's Raymond?1954TV SeriesMrs. Chalmers / Mrs. Charmers
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show1952-1954TV SeriesJane
Make Room for Daddy1954TV SeriesMaid
Little Boy Boo1954ShortMiss Prissy (voice, uncredited)
Duffy's Tavern1954TV Series
Our Miss Brooks1953TV SeriesKatie
The Abbott and Costello Show1952-1953TV SeriesMrs. Crumbcake / Stinky's Mother
I Married Joan1952TV SeriesAunt Vera
Week-End with Father1951Mrs. G., Brad's Housekeeper
Hollywood Theatre Time1951TV Series
The Noose Hangs High1948Woman (uncredited)
Carolina Blues1944Loud Kyser Fan (uncredited)
A Wave, a WAC and a Marine1944Elvira Allman - Woman in Cab
In Society1944Hysterical Widow (uncredited)
Three Hearts for Julia1943Eva (uncredited)
Sweetheart of the Fleet1942Cobina (as Brenda & Cobina)
The Cagey Canary1941ShortOld Woman (voice, uncredited)
Swing It Soldier1941Cobina
Time Out for Rhythm1941Cobrina
Sis Hopkins1941Ripple
Goofy Groceries1941ShortCow / Can Can Dancers (voice, uncredited)
Melody for Three1941Radio Station Receptionist (uncredited)
A Night at Earl Carroll's1940Cobina Gusher
Gallopin' Gals1940ShortVarious (voice, uncredited)
Pluto's Dream House1940ShortCooking Show Lady on Radio (voice, uncredited)
The Egg Hunt1940ShortVarious (voice, uncredited)
Road to Singapore1940Homely Girl (uncredited)
Mother Goose in Swingtime1939ShortBaby Snooks (voice, uncredited)
Hamateur Night1939ShortVarious (voice, uncredited)
Little Red Walking Hood1937ShortLittle Red Walking Hood / Granny (voice, uncredited)
Donald's Ostrich1937ShortLady Chef on Radio (voice, uncredited)
I Wanna Be a Sailor1937ShortMama (voice, uncredited)
Porky's Super Service1937ShortLady Motorist (voice, uncredited)
I Only Have Eyes for You1937ShortOld Maid (voice, uncredited)
Porky's Road Race1937ShortGreta Garbo / Elaine Barrie (voice, uncredited)
Porky's Moving Day1936ShortHomeowner (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Fire Brigade1935ShortClarabelle Cow (voice, uncredited)
Mickey's Mellerdrammer1933ShortClarabelle Cow (voice, uncredited)


Petticoat Junction1966-1967TV Series performer - 2 episodes


Bob Hope: Don't Shoot, It's Only Me1990TV SpecialHerself

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