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Theodore “Chill“ Wills
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Giant 1956, Warner Bros.
18 July 1903 - 15 December 1978
Character actor, as well as a musician, "Chill" performed from the age of twelve with tent shows, in vaudeville, and with theatre stock companies. He formed a musical group, Chill Wills and his Avalon Boys, performing until 1937 when he began a solo career as a character actor, primarily in westerns.
Appearing in 112 films, he was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role in The Alamo in 1960. Wills also supplied the voice of Francis the Talking Mule in the popular 1950s movie series.
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