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Al St. John

Ideal remembered for creating the comedic cowboy sidekick personality of ‘Fuzzy Q. Jones,’ this display acting professional and comedian made an appearance within the Lone Rider and Billy the Child film group of the 1940s. Early in his profession, he appeared within the 1937 Buster Keaton film Like Nest on Tires. During the period of his four-decade profession, he acted in almost 350 movies and was also a favorite performer with Tommy Scott’s journeying Wild West Display. His first relationship, to Lillian Marion Ball, lasted nine years and led to one young child. He was wedded three more instances: to June Cost Pearce, Yvonne St. John, and Flo-Bell Moore. He was the nephew of silent film acting professional Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle.

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