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Pat Buttram: Rocking-Chair Humorist Credits DVDs

The Known Works of Pat Buttram


As you can see, Pat was one busy man. He did it all – radio, TV, movies, and theater, not to mention books and recordings.

Click on any of the links below to go to that section of Pat Buttram’s credits.

Radio
Plays
Movies
TV Series
TV Guest Appearances
Recordings
Newspaper and Magazine Columns
Books



Radio

1957 to ?:
Just Entertainment, CBS, every weekday

? to 1956:
Melody Ranch, CBS

1934-1948:
WLS, Chicago, Illinois

1934:
WSGN, Birmingham, Alabama

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Plays

1934:
The Heathers At Home – Birmingham-Southern College

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Movies

1995:
A Goofy Movie (Walt Disney Pictures)

1990:
Return to Green Acres (Arnold Productions / JayGee Productions / Orion TV)
Back to the Future, Part III (Universal Pictures / Amblin Entertainment)


1988:
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (Amblin / Silver Screen / Touchstone)

1981:
Fox and the Hound (Walt Disney Pictures)
Choices (Oaktree)


1979:
The Sacketts (MB Scott / Media Productions / Shalako)
Angels’ Brigade (Arista)


1977:
The Rescuers (Walt Disney Pictures)

1976:
Joys (Hope Enterprises)

1973:
Robin Hood (Walt Disney Pictures)
The Gatlin Gun (Broadway Enterprises / Universal Entertainment)


1972:
Evil Roy Slade (Universal TV)

1970:
The Aristocats (Walt Disney Pictures)

1968:
The Sweet Ride (Twentieth Century-Fox / Euterpe Inc.)
I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew (National Telefilm Ass / United National)


1965:
Sergeant Dead Head (Alta Vista Productions / American International Pictures)

1964:
Roustabout (Hal Wallace Productions / Paramount Pictures)
The Hanged Man (Revue Studios)


1963:
Twilight of Honor (MGM)

1961:
Wild in the Country (Twentieth Century-Fox)

1952:
The Old West (Gene Autry Productions)
Night Stage to Galveston (Gene Autry Productions)
Apache Country (Gene Autry Productions)
Barbed Wire (Gene Autry Productions)
Wagon Team (Gene Autry Productions)
Blue Canadian Rockies (Gene Autry Productions)


1951:
Gene Autry and the Mounties (Gene Autry Productions)
Texans Never Cry (Gene Autry Productions)
Silver Canyon (Gene Autry Productions)
The Hills of Utah (Gene Autry Productions)
Valley of Fire (Gene Autry Productions)


1950:
Mule Train (Gene Autry Productions)
Beyond the Purple Hills (Gene Autry Productions)
Indian Territory (Gene Autry Productions)
The Blazing Sun (Gene Autry Productions)


1949:
Riders In the Sky (Gene Autry Productions)

1948:
The Strawberry Roan (Gene Autry Productions)

1943:
National Barn Dance (Paramount Pictures)

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TV Series

1991-1993:
Harvey Shine Presents

1990:
Gravedale High – voice

19871989:
Melody Ranch Theatre – himself

1965-1971:
Green Acres – Eustace Charleton Haney

1958(?):
The Pat Buttram Show – himself

1950-1956:
The Gene Autry Show – sidekicks Pat Buttram, Pat Jensen, Patrick Smith & Hap Wallace

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TV Guest Appearances

1991:
Tiny Toon Adventures, “Son of Wacko World of Sports” – Voice of Bicycle Bob
Who’s the Boss?, “The Road to Washington”, parts 1 & 2 – Chappy


1990:
Garfield and Friends, “Urban Arbuckle” – Voice
Who’s the Boss?, “Broadcast Blues” – Chappy


1989:
Garfield and Friends, “Cactus Makes Perfect” – Voice of Cactus Jake

1988:
Garfield and Friends, “The Legend of Polecat Flats” – Voice of Cactus Jake
Garfield and Friends, “Cactus Jake Rides Again” – Voice of Cactus Jake


1986:
Knight Rider, “Fright Knight” – Buck

1983:
The Fall Guy, “Happy Trails” – himself
The Love Boat, episode 6.27 – the chef
The Love Boat, episode 6.28 – the chef


1982:
Simon & Simon, “Rough Rider Rides Again” – Jonathan Evans
Father Murphy, “John Michael Murphy, R.I.P.”


1981:
Darkroom, “The Partnership” – Tad Miller

1979:
The Dukes of Hazzard, “Days of Shine and Roses” – Sam

1977:
Chico and the Man, “Gregory Peck Is a Rooster” – Jed Gibson

1974:
Love, American Style, “Love and the Competitors”
Emergency!, “Floor Brigade” – Hermit


1973:
Adam-12, “Keeping Tabs” – drunk man
The Dean Martin Show, “Celebrity Roast: Ed McMahon” – himself

The Dean Martin Show, “Celebrity Roast: Bette Davis” – himself

1972:
Alias Smith and Jones, “Bad Night in Big Butte”
Love, American Style, “Love and the Country Girl”


1970:
Love, American Style, “Love and the Longest Night”

1969:
Petticoat Junction, “The Other Woman” – Mr. Haney
Petticoat Junction, “A Most Momentous Occasion” – Mr. Haney


1968:
The Dean Martin Show, March 14, 1968 – himself

1967:
Pistols ‘n’ Petticoats, “The Golden Fleece” – Jake Turner
Toast of the Town, March 26, 1967 – himself


1966:
Petticoat Junction, “The County Fair” – Mr. Eustace Charleton Haney
Pistols ‘n’ Petticoats, “A Crooked Line” – Pa Turner


1965:
The Munsters, “All-Star Munster” – Pop Mallory
The Cara Williams Show, “Paradise Lost and Found” – Charlie Paradise
The Cara Williams Show, “Paradise Freezes Over” – Charlie Paradise
Vacation Playhouse, “Down Home” – Hardy Madison


1964:
Toast of the Town, January 19, 1964 – himself
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, “The Jar” – Charlie Hill
Toast of the Town, September 6, 1964 – himself
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, “Lonely Place” – Emery


1963:
Toast of the Town, February 24, 1963 – himself
Toast of the Town, May 26, 1963 – himself
The Real McCoys, “The Partners” – Pat
Toast of the Town, August 4, 1963 – himself
Make Room for Daddy, “Here’s the $50 Back”


1962:
The Real McCoys, “Luke, the Reporter” – Pat Clemens
Toast of the Town, March 11, 1962 – himself


1961:
Hot Off the Wire, “Once Upon a Moose”

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Recordings

Single:
Get Up Early in the Morning / Mom’s Golden Coffee Pot (Filmways Records)

LPs:
We Wuz Poor (Ovation)
Laffter Sweet and Profane (KNX)
Off His Rocker! (Warner)
As I Look Into Your Faces (Dore)
The Comedy Show / Spot with Dick Cavett (Clayton Webster Corp.)


CDs:
The Funniest Roasts of the Century, Volumes 1 & 2 (Laugh.Com)

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Newspaper and Magazine Columns

“Buttram Butts In”, Stand By, WLS-radio
“Whittlin’s”, Stand By, WLS-radio
“Pat Buttram Sez”, Hollywood Citizen-News, then nationally syndicated

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Books

Baseball Joke Book (© 1972, Pat Buttram Co.)
Poems For Out-Loud Readin’: Gotten Together By Pat Buttram (© 1960, Pat Buttram)

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Pat Buttram: Rocking-Chair Humorist, by Sandra Grabman,
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