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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

ALAN YOUNG WOODLAND HILLS ACTOR

BUILDING A GREAT MUSEUM FOR THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

How many people can claim successful careers in radio, motion pictures, the stage, animation and even old time vaudeville? Well, lifelong Woodland Hills resident Alan Young did just that.Young, for five seasons, was the voice of the talking horse Mr. Ed on CBS television. He starred in the science fiction film, The Time Machine, and was the beloved voice of Donald Duck's uncle Scrooge McDuck for Disney. He was honored at the Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio City in 1989 by the Pacific Pioneer Broadcaster.

Alan Young - actor - Woodland Hills - Gift to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley from Gerald Fecht 2014.  (click on image to enlarge it.)


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2 comments:

mrpostcard@charter.net said...

Great story Jerry, thanks.

Steven Lester said...

Didn't he also play Wilber, Mr. Ed's owner and
foible? I never knew he was also the horse's voice.