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Rube Goldberg Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

RUBE GOLDBERG
Born: July 4, 1883 in San Francisco, California
Died: December 7, 1970 in New York City, New York
Biography | show moreshow less
Reuben Lucius Goldberg (1883-1970), an engineer turned cartoonist, created the popular Professor Lucifer Butts, famous for his inventions of mechanical contrivances of absurdly unnecessary complexity as well as a comic strip featuring Boob McNutt, a young man whose interest in other people often got him into trouble (syndicated by Hearst from 1918-1933). He was awarded the 1948 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning for a work entitled "Peace Today".
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1929 She's a Pippin (Writer), 1928 Fish Stories (Writer), 1928 Shooting the Bull (Writer), 1928 Just Wait (Writer), 1928 Dates for Two (Writer), 1927 There's a Will (Writer), 1927 Dancing Fools (Writer), 1926 The Campus Flirt (Writer), 1916 Home Sweet Home (Writer), 1916 Nutty News (Writer), 1916 The Fatal Pie (Writer), 1916 Home Sweet Home (Director), 1916 Nutty News (Director), 1916 The Fatal Pie (Director), 2000 Modern Marvels (Other), Travel Gab (Producer), Travel Gab (Performer), 2011 Boardwalk Empire (Sound), 1959 Person to Person (in person), 1929 Early to Wed (Writer), 1929 Take Your Pick (Writer), 1928 And Morning Came (Writer), 1928 Cash Customers (Writer), 1928 Whose Wife (Writer), 1928 What a Party! (Writer), 1927 All for Uncle (Writer), 1916 From Kitchen Mechanic to Movie Star (Writer), 1916 From Kitchen Mechanic to Movie Star (Director), 1961 The DuPont Show of the Week (in person), 1956 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1929 Good Skates (Writer), 1929 Just the Type (Writer), 1929 Chaperons (Writer), 1929 This Way Please (Writer), 1928 Taking the Count (Writer), 1928 No Blondes Allowed (Writer), 1927 Oh, Mabel! (Writer), 1916/II Losing Weight (Writer), 1916 Leap Year (Writer), 1914 He Danced Himself to Death (Writer), 1914 He Danced Himself to Death (Director), 1916 Leap Year (Director), 1937 Artists & Models (Performer), 1914 He Danced Himself to Death (Performer), 1914 He Danced Himself to Death (Producer), 1940 Something for Nothing (in person), 1930 Soup to Nuts (Writer), 1929 Finishing School (Writer), 1929 Hold Your Horses (Writer), 1928 Husbands Won't Tell (Writer), 1928 Broke Out (Writer), 1928 Women Chasers (Writer), 1916 The Boob Weekly (Writer), 1916 The Boob Weekly (Director), 1916 The Boob Weekly (Performer), 1916 The Boob Weekly (Producer), 1970 The David Frost Show (in person), 1965 The Merv Griffin Show (in person), 1930 Soup to Nuts (in person)

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