CHERISHING OUR VALLEY 2013
Henry Richard Hall used the stage name Huntz Hall. He was born in New York City, and lived and died in North Hollywood. He was, in vaudeville terms, a "real trooper: Hall began as a radio actor at the age of four, and performed regularly as he grew to adulthood in New York. His first major comedy role was as "Dipper" in Sidney Kingsley's play "Dead End." Huntz Hall never missed a performance in 85 weeks. His first Hollywood "gig" was for Samuel Goldwyn in the film "Dead Enders".
Huntz Hall worked in the San Fernando Valley at Warner Brothers in Burbank, and Universal Pictures. America loved him and made him a household name in the "Bowrey Boys" film series.
Henry Richard "Huntz" Hall 1920 to 1999.