Brennan played grandfather Amos McCoy. He looked like dad. In college, I did a great job imitating Brennan’s grandiose stories, West Virginny (actually Massachusetts) accent, and signature gait. While he mimicked a limp in many roles, Brennan didn’t have one of his own.
Brennan removed her teeth and replied: Teeth! (In 1932 he reportedly lost several teeth in an accident while shooting a movie, some claimed he was from one fromThe question then is: what did Walter Brennan die of?
While he mimicked a limp for many roles, Brennan didn’t have one of his own. He has become a trademark of many of his characters, perhaps an acronym for establishing a character. But he wasn’t handicapped like that.
September 21, 1974
San Fernando Mission Catholic Cemetery, Los Angeles, California, USA
Nolan’s most famous television role was Kate, wife of Luke McCoy (Richard Crenna), on the hit sitcom The Real McCoys. On February 23, 1961, she was thrown from her horse and injured while filming an episode. In the revamped story of the series, Nolan’s character is said to be dead.
Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Lydia Reed (born August 23, 1944) is a former American child actress best known for her role as Tallahassee Hassie McCoy from 1957 to 1963 in 145 episodes of ABC sitcom The Real McCoys starring Walter Brennan as grandfather Amos. McCoy.
July 25, 1894, Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Age 80 (1894-1974)