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You have a Enos Slaughter Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals Multi signed Baseball. Because the baseball cannot be attributed to a single season, it will have less of a value than a team baseball that is from a specific season. The key signatures like Enos Slaughter and Stan Musial will help determine the value. Most of the signatures you listed could be from the 1949 -1951 era. A couple of key signature that you did not list would be Garagiola, and Red Schoendienst. Baseballs from this era sell from about $200. -$600.

Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable. If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less. See Related Links for a St. Louis Cardinals Team Signed Baseball price guide which features links to full team rosters, and key signatures to help you determine a value,

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1959 St. Louis Cardinals Team Signed Baseball

A 1959 St. Louis Cardinals Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Musial, Boyer, White, McDaniel, and Gibson is worth about $200.-$300.

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1947 Detroit Tigers Team Signed BaseballA 1947 Detroit Tigers Team Signed Baseball with the key signatures: Kell, Newhouser, and Trucks is worth about $250.-$400.

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A Stan Musial signed baseball is worth about $80.-$150, But I don't know about Louis Berkowitz. You should get an estimate on it from a professional.

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Played Maggie Dale in "Advice to the Lovelorn" in 1981. Played Nurse Betty Nelson in "The Acorn People" in 1981. Played herself in "The Way They Were" in 1981. Performed in "Perfectly Frank" in 1981. Played herself in "Entertainment Tonight" in 1981. Played Bess Dischinger in "American Playhouse" in 1981. Played Agatha Blaine in "Miss All-American Beauty" in 1982. Played Sister Eugenio in "Dixie: Changing Habits" in 1983. Played Joan Greenway in "The Demon Murder Case" in 1983. Played Herself - Performer in "Screen Actors Guild 50th Anniversary Celebration" in 1984. Played Mary Kovacs in "Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter" in 1984. Played Charlotte Raynor in "Deadly Intentions" in 1985. Played herself in "American Masters" in 1985. Played herself in "Larry King Live" in 1985. Played Mrs. Anglin in "Love Is Never Silent" in 1985. Played Herself - Presenter in "The 42nd Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 1985. Played Fran Sato in "Blind Alleys" in 1985. Played herself in "The 46th Annual Golden Apple Awards" in 1986. Played herself in "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 1986. Played Miss Temple in "Our House" in 1986. Played Millie Crown in "Shadow Play" in 1986. Played herself in "The 3rd Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame Awards" in 1986. Played herself in "This Is Your Life" in 1987. Played herself in "Biography" in 1987. Played Margaret Shand in "Walk Like a Man" in 1987. Played The Witch in "Hansel and Gretel" in 1987. Played Beverly Ann Stickle in "The Facts of Life Down Under" in 1987. Played Mrs. Haldane in "Going to the Chapel" in 1988. Played herself in "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" in 1988. Played Mrs. McFarland in "Prancer" in 1989. Played herself in "The Arsenio Hall Show" in 1989. Played herself in "The Pat Sajak Show" in 1989. Played Mrs. Glick in "The Simpsons" in 1989. Played Ms. Frick in "The Nutt House" in 1989. Played Ruth Fine in "Fine Things" in 1990. Played Ruth Popper in "Texasville" in 1990. Played Grandma Margaret in "Ferris Bueller" in 1990. Played Ruth Weaver in "Love Hurts" in 1990. Played herself in "One on One with John Tesh" in 1991. Played herself in "Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show" in 1991. Played Ruth Westerman in "In Broad Daylight" in 1991. Played herself in "Picture This: The Times of Peter Bogdanovich in Archer City, Texas" in 1991. Played Georgianna Romani in "Sunday Dinner" in 1991. Played Enid Powers in "The Powers That Be" in 1992. Played herself in "HBO First Look" in 1992. Played herself in "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in 1992. Played Pamela Beale in "Spies" in 1992. Played Clara Mueller in "The Nanny" in 1993. Played Ruth in "Fade to Black" in 1993. Played Doc Betty in "Miracle Child" in 1993. Played herself in "Intimate Portrait" in 1993. Played Mrs. Samuels in "Without a Kiss Goodbye" in 1993. Played Granny in "The Beverly Hillbillies" in 1993. Played Sudie in "Diagnosis Murder" in 1993. Played Herself - Miss Chicago 1946 in "Miss America: Beyond the Crown" in 1994. Played herself in "Bravo Profiles" in 1994. Played Ruth in "Touched by an Angel" in 1994. Played Gnorga in "A Troll in Central Park" in 1994. Played Beasy in "Maybe This Time" in 1995. Played Grandma Albertson in "Now and Then" in 1995. Played Anna Collura in "Between Love and Honor" in 1995. Played herself in "50 Years of Funny Females" in 1995. Played Old Woman on Plane and Bus in "Beavis and Butt-Head Do America" in 1996. Played Olive in "Never Too Late" in 1996. Played Aunt Ethel Mooster in "Promised Land" in 1996. Played Herself - Past Winner in "The 70th Annual Academy Awards" in 1998. Played herself in "Hollywood Squares" in 1998. Played Herself - Winner: Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series and Presenter: Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series in "The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" in 1998. Played herself in "Family Guy" in 1999. Played Grammy Winthrop in "Thanks" in 1999. Played Assunta Guaspari in "Music of the Heart" in 1999. Played herself in "The Last Picture Show: A Look Back" in 1999. Performed in "The Titanic Chronicles" in 1999. Played Mrs. Beaumont in "The Norm Show" in 1999. Played herself in "Young Frankenstein: Building the Perfect Beast" in 1999. Played Mrs. Tensedge in "The Iron Giant" in 1999. Played Dolly Amati in "The Amati Girls" in 2000. Played Pat Mozell in "Hanging Up" in 2000. Played Ida in "Malcolm in the Middle" in 2000. Played Helga Kleinman in "Gen 13" in 2000. Played Dot Richmond in "The Ellen Show" in 2001. Played herself in "The John Kerwin Show" in 2001. Played Helen in "Manna from Heaven" in 2002. Played Mrs. Fremont in "The Twilight Zone" in 2002. Played herself in "The 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" in 2002. Performed in "Crazy Love" in 2003. Played Grandma in "Bad Santa" in 2003. Played Herself - Past Winner in "The 75th Annual Academy Awards" in 2003. Played Aunt Olive in "Joan of Arcadia" in 2003. Played herself in "Rome Is Burning" in 2003. Played Norma in "Two and a Half Men" in 2003. Played herself in "Eight Characters in Search of a Sitcom" in 2003. Played herself in "Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2003. Played Evelyn Wright in "Spanglish" in 2004. Played herself in "The 2nd Annual TV Land Awards" in 2004. Played Herself - Guest in "In the Mix" in 2005. Played Herself - Interviewee in "TV Land Confidential" in 2005. Played Lynette in "The Longest Yard" in 2005. Played herself in "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" in 2005. Played herself in "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List" in 2005. Played Aunt Aida in "Beach Girls" in 2005. Played Lily Hanaday in "The Office" in 2005. Played Eileen Boatwright in "The Californians" in 2005. Played herself in "James Dean: Forever Young" in 2005. Played Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in "11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" in 2005. Played herself in "Buzz" in 2005. Played Nurse Spex in "Sky High" in 2005. Performed in "The Great Malones" in 2006. Played herself in "The Megan Mullally Show" in 2006. Played Mrs. Norris in "Scary Movie 4" in 2006. Played Great Gam Gam in "Beerfest" in 2006. Played herself in "The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" in 2006. Played Herself - Round Table in "Chelsea Lately" in 2007. Played herself in "13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" in 2007. Played herself in "Brando" in 2007. Played Sadie Bickerman in "Lake Placid 2" in 2007. Played Edith Fleischman in "The Wedding Bells" in 2007. Played Assunta Guaspari in "Premio Donostia a Meryl Streep" in 2008. Played herself in "Pioneers of Television" in 2008. Played herself in "The Bonnie Hunt Show" in 2008. Played herself in "Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget" in 2008. Played herself in "TV Guide Live at the Emmy Awards" in 2008. Played herself in "The Wendy Williams Show" in 2008. Played herself in "The Doctors" in 2008. Played Kayo in "Gake no ue no Ponyo" in 2008. Played Mitzie (segment "Joshua Marston") in "New York, I Love You" in 2008. Played herself in "Speechless" in 2008. Played Grandma Gladys Gibson in "Family Dinner" in 2009. Played herself in "Cubed" in 2009. Played Miss Hattie Clarence in "Love Takes Wing" in 2009. Played Herself - Grand Marshal in "Tournament of Roses Parade" in 2009. Played Ms. Lachman in "Hawthorne" in 2009. Played Herself - Guest in "Watch What Happens: Live" in 2009. Played herself in "2009 Game Show Awards" in 2009. Played Sandy in "American Cowslip" in 2009. Performed in "Raising Hope" in 2010. Played Helen in "You Again" in 2010. Played herself in "Castle in the Sky: Character Sketches" in 2010. Played Peg in "Hot in Cleveland" in 2010. Played herself in "Top Gear USA" in 2010. Played Maw Maw in "Raising Hope" in 2010. Played Herself - Guest in "The Talk" in 2010. Played herself in "Castle in the Sky: The World of Laputa" in 2010. Played Annie in "Expecting Mary" in 2010. Played herself in "Totally Tracked Down" in 2010. Played herself in "Making a Scene" in 2010. Played herself in "The 9th Annual TV Land Awards" in 2011. Played Herself - Presenter in "MTV Video Music Awards 2011" in 2011. Played Gladys in "The Fields" in 2011. Played herself in "Katie" in 2012. Played Dotty Rounder in "The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure" in 2012. Played Herself - Presenter in "The 26th Annual Genesis Awards" in 2012. Played herself in "AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Mel Brooks" in 2013. Played Shirley Kluszewski in "Kirstie" in 2013. Played Herself - Guest in "The Queen Latifah Show" in 2013. Played Mary Anne in "Adult World" in 2013. Played Herself - Guest in "The Arsenio Hall Show" in 2013. Played Gran in "The Croods" in 2013. Played Narrator in "Unity" in 2014. Played Lilian Forrester in "The Bronx Bull" in 2014. Played herself in "Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age" in 2014. Performed in "The Wedding Ringer" in 2015.


What movie and television projects has Walter Matthau been in?

Walter Matthau has: Performed in "Kraft Television Theatre" in 1947. Played Harry in "Kraft Television Theatre" in 1947. Performed in "Studio One" in 1948. Played Stuart Benson in "The Philco Television Playhouse" in 1948. Played Iago in "The Philco Television Playhouse" in 1948. Played Jacobs in "Studio One" in 1948. Performed in "The Philco Television Playhouse" in 1948. Performed in "The Big Story" in 1949. Played Lawrence Stevens in "Suspense" in 1949. Played 1st Coastguardsman in "Lux Video Theatre" in 1950. Played Craig in "Lux Video Theatre" in 1950. Played Corliss Price in "Armstrong Circle Theatre" in 1950. Played Intermission Guest in "Lux Video Theatre" in 1950. Performed in "Danger" in 1950. Played Cop Number One in "Lux Video Theatre" in 1950. Played The Bartender in "Robert Montgomery Presents" in 1950. Played Extra in "Lux Video Theatre" in 1950. Performed in "Armstrong Circle Theatre" in 1950. Played Inspector in "Lux Video Theatre" in 1950. Performed in "Robert Montgomery Presents" in 1950. Played Major Hunter in "Goodyear Television Playhouse" in 1951. Performed in "Goodyear Television Playhouse" in 1951. Performed in "Shadow of the Cloak" in 1951. Played Julian in "Goodyear Television Playhouse" in 1951. Played Coach Burr in "Mister Peepers" in 1952. Performed in "Campbell Playhouse" in 1952. Played himself in "Today" in 1952. Played Dr. Spinelli in "The Motorola Television Hour" in 1953. Performed in "General Electric Theater" in 1953. Played Gordon Wagner in "The United States Steel Hour" in 1953. Played Tom Dutton in "General Electric Theater" in 1953. Performed in "Kraft Television Theatre" in 1953. Performed in "The United States Steel Hour" in 1953. Performed in "Center Stage" in 1954. Performed in "Justice" in 1954. Played Stan Bodine in "The Kentuckian" in 1955. Played Wes Todd in "The Indian Fighter" in 1955. Played Officer Chandler in "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" in 1955. Played Harry Wade in "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" in 1955. Played Moran in "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" in 1955. Played Phil in "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" in 1955. Played Bill Egan in "The Alcoa Hour" in 1955. Played George Barry in "The Alcoa Hour" in 1955. Played Wally Gibbs in "Bigger Than Life" in 1956. Played Al Dahlke in "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" in 1957. Played Mel Miller in "A Face in the Crowd" in 1957. Played Dr. Leon Karnes in "Voice in the Mirror" in 1958. Played Peter Kanopolis in "Naked City" in 1958. Played Maxie Fields in "King Creole" in 1958. Played Judge Kyle in "Ride a Crooked Trail" in 1958. Played Dr. Max Lewine in "Naked City" in 1958. Played Jack Martin in "Gangster Story" in 1959. Played James Hyland in "Play of the Week" in 1959. Performed in "Play of the Week" in 1959. Performed in "Juno and the Paycock" in 1960. Played Adam in "Insight" in 1960. Played Felix Anders in "Strangers When We Meet" in 1960. Played Sam Keep in "Route 66" in 1960. Played Narrator in "The DuPont Show of the Week" in 1961. Played Meredith in "The DuPont Show of the Week" in 1961. Played Lex Rogers in "Tallahassee 7000" in 1961. Played Franklin Gaer in "Dr. Kildare" in 1961. Played himself in "The Mike Douglas Show" in 1961. Played Martin Pitt in "The DuPont Show of the Week" in 1961. Played Tony Maruzella in "The DuPont Show of the Week" in 1961. Played Harley Downing in "The DuPont Show of the Week" in 1961. Played Michael Callahan in "Target: The Corruptors" in 1961. Played himself in "The Merv Griffin Show" in 1962. Played Charles Thatcher in "The Eleventh Hour" in 1962. Played himself in "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1962. Played Sheriff Morey Johnson in "Lonely Are the Brave" in 1962. Played Hamilton Bartholemew in "Charade" in 1963. Played Tony Dallas in "Island of Love" in 1963. Played Tom Gregory in "Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" in 1963. Played Himself - Presenter in "The 17th Annual Tony Awards" in 1963. Played Andrew Johnson in "Profiles in Courage" in 1964. Played himself in "Cinema" in 1964. Played Doc in "Ensign Pulver" in 1964. Played Gov. John Slaton in "Profiles in Courage" in 1964. Played Aram Rodesko in "The Rogues" in 1964. Played Sir Leopold Sartori in "Goodbye Charlie" in 1964. Played Groeteschele in "Fail-Safe" in 1964. Played Himself - Winner: Best Performance by Leading Actor in a Play in "The 19th Annual Tony Awards" in 1965. Played Ted Caselle in "Mirage" in 1965. Played Willie Gingrich in "The Fortune Cookie" in 1966. Played himself in "The Joey Bishop Show" in 1967. Played Paul Manning in "A Guide for the Married Man" in 1967. Played Himself - Winner: Best Actor in Supporting Role in "The 39th Annual Academy Awards" in 1967. Played Himself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in "The 40th Annual Academy Awards" in 1968. Played Oscar Madison in "The Odd Couple" in 1968. Played himself in "Carol Channing and 101 Men" in 1968. Played Gen. R.A. Smight in "Candy" in 1968. Played The Movie Star in "The Secret Life of an American Wife" in 1968. Played himself in "The David Frost Show" in 1969. Played Dr. Julian Winston in "Cactus Flower" in 1969. Played himself in "The 27th Annual Golden Globes Awards" in 1970. Played Himself - Host in "The 24th Annual Tony Awards" in 1970. Played himself in "King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis" in 1970. Played Henry Graham in "A New Leaf" in 1971. Played himself in "Great Performances" in 1971. Played Joseph P. Kotcher in "Kotch" in 1971. Played Himself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Leading Role in "The 43rd Annual Academy Awards" in 1971. Played Moe Axelrod in "Awake and Sing" in 1972. Played himself in "Clapper Board" in 1972. Played Sgt. Jake Martin SFPD in "The Laughing Policeman" in 1973. Played Charley Varrick in "Charley Varrick" in 1973. Played Walter Burns in "The Front Page" in 1974. Played Drunk in "Earthquake" in 1974. Played Police Lt. Zachary Garber in "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three" in 1974. Played Himself - Presenter in "The 29th Annual Tony Awards" in 1975. Played himself in "The Lion Roars Again" in 1975. Played himself in "Live from Lincoln Center" in 1976. Played himself in "The American Film Institute Presents a Salute to William Wyler" in 1976. Played himself in "The Barbara Walters Special" in 1976. Played Coach Morris Buttermaker in "The Bad News Bears" in 1976. Played Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role in "The 48th Annual Academy Awards" in 1976. Played Walter Matthau in "The George Burns Special" in 1976. Played Narrator in "The Gentleman Tramp" in 1976. Played Marvin Michaels in "California Suite" in 1978. Played Boris Thomashevsky in "Actor" in 1978. Played Dr. Charley Nichols in "House Calls" in 1978. Played Ebenezer Scrooge in "The Stingiest Man in Town" in 1978. Played Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Actress in a Leading Role in "The 50th Annual Academy Awards" in 1978. Played Himself - Presenter in "The 15th Annual Publicists Guild Awards" in 1978. Played himself in "The American Film Institute Salute to Alfred Hitchcock" in 1979. Played Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Supporting Actor in "The 52nd Annual Academy Awards" in 1980. Played himself in "The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Milton Berle" in 1980. Played himself in "The American Film Institute Salute to James Stewart" in 1980. Played Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Motion Picture in "The 38th Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 1981. Played Dan Snow in "First Monday in October" in 1981. Played Trabucco in "Buddy Buddy" in 1981. Played Herbert Tucker in "I Ought to Be in Pictures" in 1982. Performed in "I Love Liberty" in 1982. Played Himself - Co-Host in "Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter" in 1982. Played Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Director in "The 54th Annual Academy Awards" in 1982. Played Sonny Paluso in "The Survivors" in 1983. Played Himself - Co-Host in "The 55th Annual Academy Awards" in 1983. Played Himself - Performer in "The Stars Salute the U.S. Olympic Team" in 1984. Played himself in "Larry King Live" in 1985. Played Pete in "American Masters" in 1985. Played Himself - Audience Member in "One Voice" in 1986. Played himself in "The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts" in 1986. Played Captain Thomas Bartholomew Red in "Pirates" in 1986. Played himself in "The American Film Institute Salute to Billy Wilder" in 1986. Played himself in "The 4th Annual American Cinema Awards" in 1987. Played himself in "Change of Heart" in 1987. Played Himself - Performer in "We the People 200: The Constitutional Gala" in 1987. Played Himself - Speaker in "The Annual Tel Aviv Gala Presents a Salute to Goldie Hawn" in 1987. Played himself in "The American Film Institute Salute to Barbara Stanwyck" in 1987. Played Himself - Presenter in "The 41st Annual Tony Awards" in 1987. Played himself in "The 1st Annual American Comedy Awards" in 1987. Played himself in "A Beverly Hills Christmas" in 1987. Performed in "Parkinson One to One" in 1987. Played Himself - Presenter in "The 2nd Annual American Comedy Awards" in 1988. Played himself in "The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon" in 1988. Played Donald Becker in "The Couch Trip" in 1988. Played Maurice in "Il piccolo diavolo" in 1988. Played Himself - Presenter in "The 61st Annual Academy Awards" in 1989. Played himself in "The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards" in 1989. Played himself in "The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts" in 1990. Played Harmon Cobb in "The Incident" in 1990. Played himself in "7th Annual American Cinema Awards" in 1990. Played himself in "Reflections on the Silver Screen" in 1990. Played Himself - Presenter: Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in "The 62nd Annual Academy Awards" in 1990. Played Himself - Presenter: Cecil B. DeMille Award in "The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 1991. Played Himself - Presenter in "The Movie Awards" in 1991. Played Himself - Discussing The Sunshine Boys in "The Secrets of Dick Smith" in 1991. Played Clifford Pepperman in "Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love" in 1991. Played Senator Long in "JFK" in 1991. Played himself in "The 52th Annual Golden Apple Awards" in 1992. Played himself in "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in 1992. Played himself in "A Tribute to the Boys: Laurel and Hardy" in 1992. Played himself in "The American Film Institute Salute to Sidney Poitier" in 1992. Played Himself - Oscar Sequence in "Chaplin" in 1992. Played Harmon Cobb in "Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore" in 1992. Played himself in "The First Annual Comedy Hall of Fame" in 1993. Played Max Goldman in "Grumpy Old Men" in 1993. Played Mr. George Wilson in "Dennis the Menace" in 1993. Played himself in "Intimate Portrait" in 1993. Played Narrator in "The Making of The Last Best Hope of Earth: Abraham Lincoln and the Promise of America" in 1993. Played Harmon Cobb in "Incident in a Small Town" in 1994. Played Albert Einstein in "I.Q." in 1994. Played himself in "The Best of the Don Lane Show" in 1994. Played Himself - Concert Conductor in "Barbra: The Concert" in 1995. Played Judge Charlie Cool in "The Grass Harp" in 1995. Played himself in "Private Screenings" in 1995. Played Max Goldman in "Grumpier Old Men" in 1995. Played himself in "The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies" in 1995. Played Himself - Presenter in "The Annual 1995 ShoWest Awards" in 1995. Played himself in "Jack Lemmon" in 1996. Performed in "Elvis: His Life and Times" in 1997. Played Charlie Gordon in "Out to Sea" in 1997. Played Himself - Winner: Lifetime Achievement Award in Comedy in "The 11th Annual American Comedy Awards" in 1997. Played Frank Walsh in "The Marriage Fool" in 1998. Played Himself - interviewee in "The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg" in 1998. Played Oscar Madison in "The Odd Couple II" in 1998. Played Himself - Co-Presenter: Best Original Screenplay in "The 70th Annual Academy Awards" in 1998. Played himself in "Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 2" in 1999. Played himself in "Making Life Beautiful" in 1999. Played Lou Mozell in "Hanging Up" in 2000. Played Horace Vandergelder in "Twentieth Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years" in 2000. Played himself in "Backstory" in 2000. Played Himself (Memorial Tribute) in "The 73rd Annual Academy Awards" in 2001. Played himself in "Hollywood Remembers Walter Matthau" in 2001. Played himself in "The Orange British Academy Film Awards" in 2001. Played himself in "The Kid Stays in the Picture" in 2002. Played himself in "The Definitive Elvis: The Hollywood Years - Part I: 1956-1961" in 2002. Played himself in "Elvis at the Movies" in 2002. Played himself in "101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments" in 2004. Played himself in "Battleground" in 2004. Played himself in "The Last Mogul" in 2005. Played himself in "The Great Man: W.C. Fields" in 2005. Played himself in "Billy Wilder Speaks" in 2006. Played himself in "Dai nostri inviati: La Rai racconta la Mostra del Cinema di Venezia 1980-1989" in 2013.


What movie and television projects has Diane Keaton been in?

Toni Baker has: Played Himself - Keyboard Player in "Toast of the Town" in 1948. Played himself in "Thank Your Lucky Stars" in 1961. Played himself in "Beat City" in 1963. Played Himself (keyboardist, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas) in "The T.A.M.I. Show" in 1964. Played himself in "Pop Gear" in 1965. Played Half a Shilling Folk Band in "Phoenix Nights" in 2001.