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Baker was best noted for his work on the television series [[You Asked For It]], for which be became affectionately dubbed, "your Genii with the light, white hair," between December 1950 and January 1958. The show featured a variety of magic acts.
 
Baker was best noted for his work on the television series [[You Asked For It]], for which be became affectionately dubbed, "your Genii with the light, white hair," between December 1950 and January 1958. The show featured a variety of magic acts.
  
He became the step-father of [[Bill Larsen]] and [[Milt Larsen]] when he married their mother, [[Gerrie Larsen]] on August the 11, 1957.<ref> Obituary [[Genii 1966 September]] </ref>
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He became the step-father of [[Bill Larsen]] and [[Milt Larsen]] when he married their mother, [[Gerrie Larsen]] on August the 11, 1957.<ref>[[Genii 1957 September]]</ref><ref> Obituary [[Genii 1966 September]] </ref>
 
   
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:04, 28 July 2012

Art Baker (January 7, 1898 – August 26, 1966) was a film, television and radio actor from the 1930s through the 1960s.

Baker, born Arthur Shank, appeared in over forty films including Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound (1945), The Farmer's Daughter (1947), Frank Capra's State of the Union (1948), Any Number Can Play (1949) starring Clark Gable, and The Underworld Story (1950).

Baker was best noted for his work on the television series You Asked For It, for which be became affectionately dubbed, "your Genii with the light, white hair," between December 1950 and January 1958. The show featured a variety of magic acts.

He became the step-father of Bill Larsen and Milt Larsen when he married their mother, Gerrie Larsen on August the 11, 1957.[1][2]

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  1. Genii 1957 September
  2. Obituary Genii 1966 September