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Leonard "Lennie" Bremen (13 November 1915 - 21 March 1986) was an American actor.

He appeared in films and television programs including:

  • The Babe Ruth Story (1948)
  • Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town (1950)
  • M (1951) as Lemke.
  • Four Star Playhouse (TV Series)
  • Public Defender (TV Series)
  • Captain Midnight (TV Series)
  • Damon Runyon Theater (TV Series)
  • Chevron Hall of Stars (TV Series)
  • Leave It to Beaver (TV Series) in the 1957 episode "It's a Small World" as the Milk Bar Proprietor
  • General Electric Theater (TV Series)
  • Beau James (1957) as Building Inspector Versali
  • The Helen Morgan Story (1957)
  • The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
  • The Thin Man (TV Series) in the 1959 episode "That's Gratitude" as Fred Dugan
  • The Danny Thomas Show (TV Series) in the 1959 episode "Danny's Big Fan" as Charlie the Doorman
  • Richard Diamond, Private Detective (TV Series)
  • The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)
  • Peter Gunn (TV Series) in the 1961 episode "The Murder Bond"
  • Death Valley Days (TV Series)
  • The Untouchables (TV Series)
  • Perry Mason (TV Series) in the 1962 episode "The Case of the Hateful Hero"
  • The Twilight Zone (TV Series) in the 1963 episode "The New Exhibit"
  • The New Phil Silvers Show (TV Series) as Lennie
  • Gidget (TV Series) in the 1966 episode "I Love You, I Love You, I Love You, I Think"
  • Bewitched (TV Series) in the 1966 episode "Prodigy" as the cab driver
  • Batman (TV Series) as Benny
  • Green Acres (TV Series) in the 1969 episode "Economy Flight to Washington"
  • The Beverly Hillbillies (TV Series)
  • Get Smart (TV Series)
  • That Girl (TV Series)
  • Mannix (TV Series)
  • The Brady Bunch (TV Series)
  • The Front Page (1974) as Butch
  • Medical Center (TV Series)
  • Trapper John, M.D. (TV Series)
  • Diff'rent Strokes (TV Series)

Ookiness

Bremen had three different roles in the original show. In "Morticia, the Matchmaker" he was the cab driver, in "Lurch and His Harpsichord" he was one of the moving men, and in "Gomez, the People's Choice" he was one of the workmen.

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