Your filmography has Guy as a stagecoach passenger in "Blazing the Western Trail." You're wrong. The
stagecoach passenger was Budd Buster. I know because he was my grandfather's best friend. -Dave
Dave, you're right, but you're wrong too. Budd Buster was the stagecoach
passenger, but The Guy was in a second stagecoach, that was cut from the final version. His one line? "Follow that wagon!"
I remember Guy Warner's guest role on Love American Style as the accounting stiff who buys a magical cologne
from a hippie gypsy, then finds himself being literally mobbed by women. What a riot! He was such a facile comic
actor of the "straight man" variety, I'm sure he'd now be playing the kinds of roles that go to William Shatner and Leslie
Do you know if Guy did any other comic turns?
- Jeff Harrison
That scene's a favorite of mine, too, Jeff. And how about the waiter
in "The Mothers-in-law"? The one who kept interrupting an important conversation with questions about their orders?
And the hotel desk clerk in 'Banacek" who didn't understand why P.I. Banacek was asking
questions about a guest?
Come to think of it, he had quite a few comic turns, didn't he?