Jules Munshin

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Jules Munshin
Born (1915-02-22)February 22, 1915
Died February 19, 1970(1970-02-19) (aged 54)
Years active 1948-1969
  • Anne Renee Anderson
    (m. 1943; div. 1962)
  • Bonnie Lynn Pollman (m. 1962)

Jules Munshin (February 22, 1915 – February 19, 1970) was a song-and-dance artist who had made his name on Broadway when he starred in Call Me Mister. His additional Broadway credits include The Gay Life and Barefoot in the Park.

He appeared in such Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musicals as Easter Parade (1948), Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949), On the Town (1949) and Silk Stockings (1957).

Munshin died at the age of 54 from a heart attack, three days before his 55th birthday.[1] He had served in the United States Army during World War II.


Year Title Role Notes
1948 Easter Parade Headwaiter François
1949 Take Me Out to the Ball Game Nat Goldberg
1949 That Midnight Kiss Michael Pemberton
1949 On the Town Ozzie
1951 Nous irons à Monte Carlo Bullfighter in Musical Melange with Antoine (cameo appearance), Uncredited
1953 Monte Carlo Baby Antoine
1957 Ten Thousand Bedrooms Arthur
1957 Silk Stockings Bibinski
1959 A Christmas Festival The Manager TV movie
1960 Summer in New York TV movie
1960 The Emperor's Clothes TV movie
1964 Wild and Wonderful Rousseleau, TV Director
1967 Monkeys, Go Home! Monsieur Piastillio
1969 Kiss Me Kate Gangster TV movie
1976 Mastermind Israeli Agent #1 (final film role)


  1. ^ Monush, Barry (2003). Encyclopedia of Hollywood Film Actors, Vol. 1: From the Silent Era to 1965. Applause Theater & Cinema Books. p. 533. ISBN 978-1557835512.

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