Gale Gordon appeared in a number of comedic films, always bringing a spark of joy and laughter to whatever role he takes on. In the early stages of his career, Gordon acted in comedies like "Here We Go Again" (1942), "A Woman of Distinction" (1950) with Ray Milland and Rosalind Russell and "Here Come the Nelsons" (1952) with Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Nelson. Gordon worked in television around the start of his acting career with a role on "Make Room For Daddy" (1953-1964). He was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for "Our Miss Brooks" in 1955. This new success propelled him to seek out a role in "Rally Round the Flag, Boys!" (1958). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the Jerry Lewis comedy "Don't Give Up the Ship" (1959), the fantastical comedy "The 30-Foot Bride of Candy Rock" (1959) with Lou Costello and "Visit to a Small Planet" (1960) with Jerry Lewis. He also appeared in the Dean Martin comedy adaptation "All in a Night's Work" (1960). Additionally, he appeared in a number of television specials, including "The Royal Follies of 1933" (1967-68), "The Lucille Ball Special" (1977-78) and "Lucy Moves to NBC" (1979-1980). He followed this recognition with roles in "The Lucille Ball Special" (1977-78), "Lucy Moves to NBC" (1979-1980), and the comedy "The 'Burbs" (1989) with Tom Hanks. Gordon last appeared in "Lucy & Desi: TV's First Couple" (1994-95). Gordon was nominated for an Outstanding Performance By an Actor In a Supporting Role Primetime Emmy Award for "The Lucy Show" in 1968 as well as for an Outstanding Performance By an Actor In a Supporting Role Primetime Emmy Award for "The Lucy Show" in 1967.