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|Birth date:||August 25, 1919, Clio, Alabama, United States|
|Death date:||September 13, 1998, Montgomery, Alabama, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter|
|Education:||University of Alabama School of Law, University of Alabama|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Cornelia Wallace (m. 1971–1978), Lurleen Wallace (m. 1943–1968)|
|Children:||George Wallace, Jr., Bobbi Jo Wallace, Peggy Sue Wallace, Janie Lee Wallace|
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George Wallace Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2016George Henry Wallace is an American comedian and actor. He is best known for his show at the Flamingo Las Vegas where he is known as "The New Mr. Vegas" and for his catchphrase, "Get your mess right." Wikipedia
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|Hopalong Cassidy||1953-1954||TV Series screenplay - 2 episodes|
|Ramar of the Jungle||1953||TV Series 1 episode|
|Untamed Women||1952||screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|A Modern Marriage||1950|
|Stage Struck||1948||original story - as George W. Sayre / screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Rocky||1948||story - as George Sayre|
|Terrors on Horseback||1946||story and screenplay - as George Milton|
|Black Market Babies||1945|
|Border Badmen||1945||original story - as George Milton / screenplay - as George Milton|
|Secrets of a Sorority Girl||1945||screenplay / story|
|The Shanghai Cobra||1945||screenplay|
|His Brother's Ghost||1945||original story - as George Milton|
|Forever Yours||1945||screenplay / story|
|Wild Horse Phantom||1944||original story and screenplay - as George Milton|
|The Contender||1944||screenplay - as George Sayre / story - as George Sayre|
|Where Are Your Children?||1943||screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Nearly Eighteen||1943||as George Sayre|
|The Renegade||1943||story and screenplay - as George Milton|
|Wings Over the Pacific||1943||story and screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Fugitive of the Plains||1943||original screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Queen of Broadway||1942||original story / screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Secrets of a Co-Ed||1942||story and screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Sheriff of Sage Valley||1942||original screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Jungle Siren||1942||screenplay - as George W. Sayre / story - as George W. Sayre|
|Billy the Kid's Smoking Guns||1942||original screenplay - as George Milton|
|Rolling Down the Great Divide||1942||story and screenplay - as George Milton|
|Am I Guilty?||1940||adaptation - as George Sayre|
|Unseen Guardians||1939||Short as George Sayre|
|The Man They Could Not Hang||1939||story|
|Passing Parade||1938||Short written by - as George Sayre|
|Flying Hostess||1936||story "Sky Fever"|
|Go-Get-'Em, Haines||1936||screenplay - as George Sayre|
|Song of the Trail||1936||screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Racing Luck||1935||screenplay - as George W. Sayre / story - as George W. Sayre|
|Code of the Mounted||1935||screenplay - as George W. Sayre|
|Big Time or Bust||1933||writer|
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