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'Honeymooners' Actor Frank Marth Dies at 91
Frank Marth, a veteran character actor and member of Jackie Gleason's stock company on The Honeymooners, died Sunday of congestive heart failure and Alzheimer's disease in Rancho Mirage, Calif., a family friend told The . He was 91.
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He played several characters on the classic Jackie Gleason sitcom and authority figures in such films as "Madame X" and "Madigan" and on TV's "Hogan's Heroes. " Frank Marth , a veteran character actor and member of Jackie Gleason 's stock company on The Honeymooners , died Sunday of congestive heart failure and Alzheimer’s disease in Rancho Mirage, Calif. , a family friend told The Hollywood Reporter. Often cast as an authority figure, Marth appeared on scores of TV shows and in many films during his more than 50 years in show business. He played a detective in Madame X (1966) opposite Lana Turner , a police lieutenant working with Richard Widmark in Madigan (1968), an Air Force man in the Gregory Peck film Marooned (1969) and a Nazi officer on the sitcom Hogan's Heroes. The tall and slender Marth, though, is probably best remembered for his assortment of background roles on The Honeymooners , which starred Gleason and Audrey Meadows as Ralph and Alice Kramden, with Art Carney as their upstairs neighbor, Ed Norton. Marth played Harvey Wohlstetter, who hires Alice to babysit his son, Harvey Jr. , as Ralph jumps to conclusions and thinks his wife is having an affair. He was one of the hoods who holds the Kramdens and Norton hostage after Ralph witnesses a bank robbery, the newsman who gets Ralph in trouble at home after he quotes the bus driver in the paper boasting that he's the "head of the household," and... Other "classic 39" episodes had him as Ralph's co-worker or pool-room buddy. Before and after The Honeymooners in the mid-1950s, Marth worked with Gleason on the comedian's variety shows Cavalcade of Stars and American Scene Magazine , the latter beamed from Miami Beach, Fla. In Meadows' 1994 book Love, Alice: My Life as a Honeymooner , Marth noted that Gleason always called him Francis. On the show, "I always felt like I was going to a party, instead of work," he recalled. PHOTOS: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2013. Born and raised in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, Marth began his career on the stage and made his first TV appearance in 1949 on the series Mama. Marth later appeared on such primetime shows as The Fugitive , Combat. The Man From U. N. C. L. E. , Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea , The Wild Wild West, The Big Valley , Mission: Impossible , The F. B. I. , Cannon , M*A*S*H, The Streets of San Francisco , Quincy M. E. , Dirty Dozen: The Series and Airwolf. He portrayed an escaped murderer in Fright (1956) and was in such other films as Pendulum (1969), The Lost Man (1969), Telefon (1977) and Loving Deadly (1994), his final credit. Survivors include his wife of 45 years, actress Hope Holiday , who shared a memorable night of self-pity (and quite a few drinks) with Jack Lemmon on Christmas Eve in Billy Wilder 's The Apartment (1960). Services will be private.
Frank X. Tolbert's Original Bowl of Red (suet, cayenne, dried ancho chile, oregano, garlic, cumin, beef, masa harina, salt, hot sauce)
Frank's Redhot Buffalo Chicken Wings (blue cheese, butter, celery, chicken, cucumber, hot sauce)
Breakfast Burritos de Frank (cheddar cheese, eggs, vegetable oil)
Frank's Famous Spaghetti Sauce (black pepper, basil, oregano, garlic, green pepper, mushroom, olive oil, onions, turkey)
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Frank Marth; Born (1922-07-29) July 29, 1922 New York City, New York, U.S. Died: January 12, 2014 (2014-01-12) (aged 91) Rancho Mirage, California, U.S.
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