1 win & 1 nomination.
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Heppelwhite (segment "The Little Black Bag")
Elihu Gorman / Red Conniston / Abe Blocker
- A Hat
... Red Conniston
General Hector Harder / Stanton Custer / Harry Riggs
Sheriff Asa Tanner
Colonel Casey Thompson / Col. Casey Thompson
- The Race
... Colonel Casey Thompson
Chief Clark (uncredited)
Francis the Talking Mule (voice, uncredited)
Pinky Jimpson - Narrator
Midget in Elevator (voice, uncredited)
Amateur Hour Lead Quartet Singer (as The Avalon Boys)
Way Out West
Lead Singer of the Singing Quartette / Stan's Bass Singing (as The Avalon Boys)
Lead Singer of Avalon Boys (as The Avalon Boys)
At Sea Ashore
Leader of The Avalon Four (uncredited)
Starred in a pilot for a western TV series called "Old Man Coffee."
1 Portrayal |
The Avalon Boys | Chill Wills and His Avalon Boys
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Did You Know?
While campaigning for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar in 1960, Wills took out a series of ads with the declaration "Win, lose or draw, you're all my cousins and I love you."It was signed "Your cousin, Chill Wills". One member of the Academy placed a response ad stating: "Dear Mr. Chill Wills, I am delighted to be your cousin but I voted for Sal Mineo
. "It was signed, Groucho Marx
Chill Wills claimed to have won a degree from the "Minsky College of Burlesque".