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Leo Durocher (1905–1991)

Leo Durocher was born on July 27, 1905 in West Springfield, Massachusetts, USA as Leo Ernest Durocher. He was an actor, known for Main Street to Broadway (1953), Matinee Theatre (1955) and Campbell Summer Soundstage (1952). He was married to Lynne Walker Goldblatt, Laraine Day, Grace Dozier and Ruby Hartley. He died on October 7, 1991 in Palm ... See full bio »

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 1964 The Donna Reed Show (TV Series)
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- Play Ball (1964) ... Leo Durocher
 1963 Mister Ed (TV Series)
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- Leo Durocher Meets Mister Ed (1963) ... Leo Durocher
 1963 The Beverly Hillbillies (TV Series)
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- The Clampetts and the Dodgers (1963) ... Leo Durocher
 1955 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
 1955 The George Gobel Show (TV Series)
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- Episode #2.5 (1955) ... NBC Executive
 1953 Main Street to Broadway
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 1943 Whistling in Brooklyn
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This is not an eighth-place ballclub. - after being hired as manager of the Chicago Cubs, who had finished eighth the previous season, and proceeded to finish last in his first season See more »


Left the Houston Astros after the 1973 season and retired from baseball when he felt he could no longer relate to the modern ballplayer. See more »


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