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Howard Morris is a Actor and Director American born on 4 september 1919 at New York City (USA)

Howard Morris

Howard Morris
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Nationality USA
Birth 4 september 1919 at New York City (USA)
Death 21 may 2005 (at 85 years) at Hollywood (USA)

Howard "Howie" Morris (September 4, 1919 – May 21, 2005) was an American comic actor and director who was best known for his role in The Andy Griffith Show as Ernest T. Bass.

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Mel Brooks
Mel Brooks
(3 films)
Ralph Wright
Ralph Wright
(5 films)
Clint Howard
Clint Howard
(6 films)
Jackie Berger
Jackie Berger
(6 films)
Hal Smith
Hal Smith
(6 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Howard Morris (32 films)

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Actor

Tom and Jerry: The Movie, 1h16
Directed by Phil Roman
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Adventure, Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Films about children, Films about cats, Films about dogs, Mise en scène d'un rongeur, Musical films, Mise en scène d'une souris, Buddy films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Richard Kind, Dana Hill, Anndi McAfee, Charlotte Rae, Tony Jay, Ed Gilbert
Roles Squawk
Rating54% 2.717462.717462.717462.717462.71746
Tom and Jerry together with their owners are about to move to a new home. The moving van is at their old house waiting, and Tom doses in the back of the car. However when he notices Jerry he puts him on a stick, and Jerry, noticing no escape and knowing that he will fly, he grabs hold of Tom's whiskers so they fly together into the garden. Jerry quickly dashes into his mousehole and locks the door, Tom nailing wooden planks on the door. When Tom tries to get in the moving car, he ends up with a bulldog and ties up his ears so he cannot see. Tom runs into the house for safety and stays there for the night.
Life Stinks, 1h32
Directed by Mel Brooks
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama
Actors Lesley Ann Warren, Jeffrey Tambor, Mel Brooks, Howard Morris, Stuart Pankin, Billy Barty
Roles Sailor
Rating59% 2.996572.996572.996572.996572.99657
Goddard Bolt (Mel Brooks) is the callous CEO of Bolt Enterprises. Bolt shows little regard for other people's property or environmentalism, and has his eye on the slum of Los Angeles so he can tear it down. Bolt makes a bet with his biggest rival, Vance Crasswell (Jeffrey Tambor), who also has an interest in the property, that he can survive on those streets for 30 days. Should Bolt lose, Crasswell owns the property, but should Bolt win, Crasswell will sell it for practically nothing.
Dying Young, 1h51
Directed by Joel Schumacher
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Melodrama, Romance
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about cancer
Actors Julia Roberts, Campbell Scott, Vincent D'Onofrio, Colleen Dewhurst, David Selby, Ellen Burstyn
Roles Voice on Jetsons (voice)
Rating61% 3.054053.054053.054053.054053.05405
Hilary O'Neil (Julia Roberts) is a pretty, outgoing yet cautious young woman who has had little luck in work or love. After recently parting ways with her boyfriend when she caught him cheating, Hilary finds herself living with her eccentric mother (Ellen Burstyn).
Transylvania Twist, 1h30
Directed by Jim Wynorski
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Comedy horror films
Actors Teri Copley, Howard Morris, Jay Robinson, Angus Scrimm, Robert Vaughn, Monique Gabrielle
Roles Marinas Orlock
Rating53% 2.6629952.6629952.6629952.6629952.662995
The film opens with two short sequences before the main story line begins, first a prologue, and then a mock television advertisement. In the prologue, a seemingly helpless young woman is pursued by Jason Voorhees, Leatherface, and Freddy Krueger; she is then chased into a cave and reappears a few seconds later with an item from each of the three. She then faces the camera and laughs (showing her fangs) and says, "Amateurs!" The advertisement sequence is for a "mortuary, crematory, cemetery" called "Death City" where a salesman tries selling viewers "new and used coffins", with the help of his assistant Lovely Rita.
The Good, the Bad and Huckleberry Hound, 1h33
Directed by Ray Patterson, Charles August Nichols
Origin USA
Genres Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Animation
Themes Children's films
Actors Daws Butler, Frank Welker, Charles Adler, Michael Bell, Pat Buttram, Pat Fraley
Roles Mr. Peebles, Chuckling Chipmunk, Goldminer, Dentist, Governor, and Photographer
Rating68% 3.4301853.4301853.4301853.4301853.430185
The year is 1849. Huckleberry Hound rides west on his "faithful horsie" in hopes of starting a country farm; his journey takes him to the small town of Two-Bit, California, where the Dalton Gang are terrorizing the townsfolk. As Huck enters town, the Daltons race past him taking his possessions. Entering the local saloon, Huck tries to buy a drink with a large gold nugget; seeing this, the Daltons coerce Huck into playing poker, with the stakes being Huck's gold in return for his stolen possessions. Huck accuses them of cheating, so they challenge him to a fight in a boxing ring, which Huck (surprisingly) wins.
End of the Line, 1h43
Directed by Jay Russell
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy-drama, Action
Themes Transport films, Films about the labor movement, Rail transport films
Actors Wilford Brimley, Kevin Bacon, Mary Steenburgen, Levon Helm, Holly Hunter, Michael Beach
Rating56% 2.8052652.8052652.8052652.8052652.805265
Jugeant peu rentable certaines lignes de chemins de fer, une compagnie de transports ferroviaire décide d'en fermer. Cette fermeture marque la condamnation d'employés au chômage. Mais deux employés, refusant de se soumettre, décident de voler une locomotive afin de se rendre au siège de leur entreprise.
Return to Mayberry, 1h35
Directed by Bob Sweeney
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Ron Howard, Andy Griffith, Don Knotts, Howard Morris, Jim Nabors, George Lindsey
Roles Ernest T. Bass
Rating69% 3.4890253.4890253.4890253.4890253.489025
Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith), now a US Postal Inspector, returns to his hometown of Mayberry, North Carolina with wife Helen (Aneta Corsaut)—whom he had married in 1968, on the sequel series Mayberry R.F.D.—but without his second-born son Andy, Jr. (christened on R.F.D.). Andy returns to Mayberry to see son Opie (Ron Howard) into fatherhood. Also, Andy plans to run in the soon-to-be held sheriff's election, as he has already asked county clerk Howard Sprague to prepare the paperwork. Andy puts aside any thoughts of running when he learns that his old deputy and cousin, Barney Fife (Don Knotts), left Raleigh, and was appointed acting sheriff. Barney intends to win the elected position outright. However, the citizens question the easily riled Barney's sanity when he falls for a commercial ploy touting a Myer's Lake monster. Meanwhile, Opie ponders moving his family out of Mayberry to expand his journalism career.
Splash
Splash (1984)
, 1h51
Directed by Ron Howard
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Seafaring films, Transport films, Mermaids in film
Actors Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah, John Candy, Eugene Levy, Dody Goodman, Richard B. Shull
Roles Dr. Zidell
Rating62% 3.1499853.1499853.1499853.1499853.149985
As an eight-year-old boy, Allen Bauer (David Kreps) is vacationing with his family near Cape Cod. While taking a sight-seeing tour on a small boat, he gazes into the ocean and sees something below the surface that fascinates him, while his older brother Freddie Bauer is walking around the boat fascinated by the women. Allen jumps into the water, even though he cannot swim. He grasps the hands of a girl who is inexplicably under the water with him and an instant connection forms between the two. Allen can now breathe under water as he is in the hands of a mermaid. However, Allen is pulled to the surface by the deck hands and the two are separated, though apparently no one else sees the girl. After the ferry moves off, Allen looks back at the girl, who dives underwater showing her mermaid's tail. Allen comes to believe the encounter was a near-death hallucination, but his bond with the mermaid proves so strong that his subsequent relationships with women fail as he seeks the connection he felt with the mermaid.
Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore, 25minutes
Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman
Origin USA
Genres Animation
Themes Films about animals, Mise en scène d'un ours, Mise en scène d'un tigre, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Laurie Main, Paul Winchell, Jim Cummings, Will Ryan, Ralph Wright, Hal Smith
Rating73% 3.686793.686793.686793.686793.68679
The film begins with the invention of a racing game called Poohsticks in which Pooh takes a walk to a wooden bridge over a river where he likes to do nothing in particular. On this day, though, he finds a fir cone and picks it up. Pooh thinks up a rhyme to go with the fir cone, but he accidentally trips on a tree root and drops it in the river. Noticing that the flow of the river takes the cone under the bridge, Pooh invents a racing game out of it. As the game uses sticks instead of cones, he calls it "Poosticks".
History of the World: Part I, 1h32
Directed by Mel Brooks, Brian W. Cook
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Musical theatre, Musical
Themes Films set in Africa, La préhistoire, Films about religion, Musical films, Portrayals of Jesus in film, Children's films, Histoire de France, French Revolution films
Actors Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn, Cloris Leachman, Mel Brooks, Harvey Korman, Gregory Hines
Roles Court Spokesman - The Roman Empire
Rating68% 3.4493153.4493153.4493153.4493153.449315
The film is a parody of the historical spectacular film genre anthology, including the sword and sandal epic and the period costume drama subgenres. The four main segments consist of stories set during the Stone Age, the Roman Empire, the Spanish Inquisition, and the French Revolution. Other intermediate skits include reenactments of the giving of the Ten Commandments and the Last Supper.
The Munsters' Revenge, 1h36
Directed by Don Weis
Origin USA
Genres Fantastic, Comedy
Themes Films about animals, Films about magic and magicians, Wolves in film, Frankenstein films, Werewolves in film, Vampires in film, Comedy horror films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Fred Gwynne, Al Lewis, Yvonne De Carlo, K. C. Martel, Bob Hastings, Herb Voland
Roles Igor
Rating61% 3.0988353.0988353.0988353.0988353.098835
The film begins with the Munster family making a visit to the wax museum. They take a picture of themselves standing next to their wax replicas. When the family leaves, the statues in the museum (which are actually robots) mysteriously come to life and begin wreaking havoc across the city. Herman and Grandpa are then arrested for various crimes they did not commit and try to clear their names in time for the Halloween celebration at the Munster home.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, 1h14
Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman, Richard Rich, John Lounsbery, Edward Hansen
Origin USA
Genres Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Films about pigs, Mise en scène d'un lapin ou d'un lièvre, Films about birds, Mise en scène d'un ours, Mise en scène d'un tigre, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Sterling Holloway, Sebastian Cabot, John Fiedler, Junius Matthews, Paul Winchell, Barbara Luddy
Roles Gopher (voice)
Rating75% 3.799463.799463.799463.799463.79946
The film's content is derived from three previously released animated featurettes Disney produced based upon the Winnie-the-Pooh books by A. A. Milne: Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966), Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968), and Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974). Extra material used to link the three featurettes together was added to allow the stories to merge into each other.
High Anxiety, 1h34
Directed by Mel Brooks
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Musical
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about psychiatry
Actors Mel Brooks, Madeline Kahn, Cloris Leachman, Harvey Korman, Ron Carey, Howard Morris
Roles Professor Lilloman
Rating66% 3.3487553.3487553.3487553.3487553.348755
The story begins at Los Angeles International Airport, where Dr. Richard Thorndyke (Mel Brooks) has several odd encounters (such as a homosexual man disguised as a police officer). He leaves for the institute with his driver, Brophy (Ron Carey). Upon his arrival, he is greeted by the staff, Dr. Charles Montague (Harvey Korman), Dr. Philip Wentworth (Dick Van Patten) and Nurse Charlotte Diesel (Cloris Leachman). When he goes to his room, a large rock is thrown through the window, with a message of welcome from the violent ward.
Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, 25minutes
Directed by John Lounsbery
Origin USA
Genres Musical, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Mise en scène d'un ours, Mise en scène d'un tigre, Musical films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Sterling Holloway, Sebastian Cabot, Clint Howard, Paul Winchell, Junius Matthews, John Fiedler
Rating78% 3.943853.943853.943853.943853.94385
During the fall, Tigger has been bouncing on anyone he comes across for fun, especially Rabbit when he is gardening, which angers Rabbit, so he calls a meeting with Pooh and Piglet and formulates a plan to prevent Tigger from bouncing abandon Tigger in the woods, and find him the next day so hopefully Tigger will stop bouncing on his friends unexpectedly. Initially the plan seems to work, but when Rabbit, Pooh, and Piglet cannot find their way home, Pooh makes a suggestion about following a sandpit in order to find their way out of the forest. In an attempt to prove Pooh wrong, Rabbit wanders away. Pooh and Piglet then fall asleep, but are woken by Pooh's empty stomach. He explains to Piglet that his honeypots have been calling to his tummy from home and that he couldn't hear them over Rabbit's voice. Pooh and Piglet find their way out of the forest, but are immediately bounced by Tigger. Piglet, realizing that the plan failed, mentions Rabbit's plan, and Tigger goes into the forest to find him. Rabbit walks through the forest by himself, and is scared by numerous noises such as a caterpillar eating a leaf and frogs croaking. Rabbit tries to run away in a panic, only to be tackled by Tigger. Rabbit is humiliated that his plan to lose Tigger had failed. Tigger explains to him that "Tiggers never get lost", and takes Rabbit home.